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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,

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THEMIHIANDALY.AURAY.NVEBE 8

S. U PREARES
OR HOMECOMING1
ieye.lolverhne I"attle is Center1
of Interest ; Comwittees Plan
iThiiy Featlures
OADS TO BE MARKED
(Special to The Daily)
Aumbus, Nov. 7.-Olhio State is

Tell Proper Way
To Use Telephone.
As an aid toward better telephone
service, the Michigan Bell Telephone
company offers the suggestion that
the subscriber use the pronunciation.
of words and numbers that is taught
to operators.
The letter "o" should bie p railouncco
quite long. The final "n" in the fig-
ure one should be held. "tR" is roll-
ed and the two "'s" in three are
held. Four, seven, and nine become

PROGRA9M ARRANGED
FOR ARDY

an invocation offering Thankligiving
for the peace that has been given the
world through the sacrifice of the Am-I
erican soldiers. Rev. Father Com-
man will deliver an invocation con-
secrating America to the great work
of the future.

Patriotle Organizations of Citya
Unite i Cceratiou; Public
Program Planined
BLAKESLEE TO SPEAK
Armistice Day will be celebrat

The National Guard and the Naval
to Reserve will attend the service in a
body. The arrangements for the Arm-
istice Day program are under the di-
rection of Capt. 1. C. Holm of the U. S.
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// / xvgnts Jac to $2.50
fGA RRICK Wd a.- o o15
Sat.. at. - oc to $2.00
The SELWYNS Present
CHANNING POLLOCK'S
-"he FooI"=~
STUDENTS:
We announce this fall a high quality
line of Suits and Overcoats at
$24.50 and $29.50
Tailored to your individual measure
with the guarantee of complete satis-
faction.
Also, Waterproof Topcoats from
Small Deposit with order.
$12.00 to $30.00
INTERSTATE TAILORS,
American Hotel
Call or Phone 123 for Appointment

FOR BANQUETS

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For Sale in Lots of
50 or 100 by

MICHIGAN SONGS

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stering all its forces these days in t bords of two syllables. The other
numbers are pronounce! as usual ex-
paration for its Forty-ninth Annualf cept that they should be pronounced

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amecoming, main interest in which
nters about the Wolverine-Buckeye
ash in the stadium on November 15.1
Under the guidance of an executive
mnmittee of th'ree prominent stu-
nt~s, ten subordinate conunittees are
orking to effect an organization for
e busy week-end. Chief among the,
ska assigned are listing of rooms
r the incoming crowds, establish-!
ent of information bureaus, andt
nmpleting plans for the MichiganI
adquarters.
The committee is preparing the
ircassian Circus"-a mammoth
ow which will be presented at the
>liseum on the eve of the game.
ractically every student organiza-
on of the campus is assisting in the;
-eparation of this show. Greatest in-!
rest at present centers around the
dection of a Homecoming Queen to
a1ct the principal role in the pageant
-that of.Ute 'pit of Ohio. The Uni-
ersity's twelve most beautiful giis,
Zosen at a meeting of representatives
fall camipus organizations, comprise
ic group from which the queen will
e selected.

more distinctly than in or
versation.

Binary con- I

Chicago, Nov. 7.- Plenty of good
seed corn will be available for theI
coming season, according to a survey
completed by the American Farm Biad o
eau federation.

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London, Nov. 7.--Dancing and high
thinking are mutually incompatible in
the opinion of George Bernard Shaw,
famous author.

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this year by a union of all the patriotic
organizations in the city. An Armis-
tice Day program at the Chamber of
Commerce luncheon Tuesday noon,
will start the day's activity. At this
luncheon all civic organizations in
the city will participate. Willis
Blakeslee will speak on the mean-
ing of Nov. 11, to veterans of all wars.
A mass meeting will be held at 8
o'clock in Pattengill auditorium of the
Ann Arbor high school. Tribute will
1) paid to the boys who gave their
lives in France, and the significance
of Armistice Day will be explained.
Rev. Merle H. Anderson will deliver.
SH ALES
SERVICE
No
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IC A TIO N n
Faces
th of Packard Street
HRAKE LINING, WRECKING at

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University c7Y~itn
usuall follow
traditions,
A !
L' . Lcudth
Conidr heir apparance
and har. isah they
a;.reiatc.
lA PR& IN E (LIJIIIE
fra acer of a ecntury
\/AN BOVEN, CRESS &
THOMPSON
state St. and S. University

wiches has been started.

Only loc

elivery
of those delicious barbecued meat sand-

One-half Block Sou
COMPLETE EQUIPAIENT, I1

charged for the delivery service, which
extends from 9 P. M. to 11:30 P. M.
--Orders of six or more accepted.

STRAIGHTENING FRAMES AND AXLES AND REPAIRING

the

An added attraction this year is the
senior "Kids' Frolic" which is being
staged for the first time. With the
slogan, "Your last chkance to be a kid,"
the senior tradition committee is mak-
ing a personal solicitation calling on
every senior man to come out and be
a "reg'lar feller" when the whistle
blows for play time at 10 o'clock onI
the morning of November 15. Kiddie
Kar races, marble contests, and a top
spinning tournament are already on
the program.
Throughthe courtesy of the De-
troit, Toledo, and Columbus Automo-
bile clubs, the roads from Ann Arbor
to Ohio's stadium will be well marked.
Once the caravan hits Franklin coun-
ty (of which Columbus is the county
seat,) no difficulty will be encounter-
ed in finding places of interest as the
city will be heavily marked with .
placards.
J. M. Bookecker of Brooklyn has
been elected captain of the Prince-
ton University baseball team for 1925.,
For the last two years he has played
third base on the Tiger team.
Lansing, Mich., Nov. 7.-Rep. Grant
M. Hudson, re-elected by a large ma-
jority, left yesterday for Washington,
where he will prepare two -bills for
the coming congress.
D A NCIN G-
Learn to dance. Start nov. Open
daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Aduilt" class
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
TERRACE GARDEN
ANCING STUDOS
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R i

Dance

521 South Main St.

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The selection of a gift often becomes a
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