THE ',MICHIGAN DAILY
T' ISSUE OCTOBER
teemnt'1(,(l f]1(fin 1the plant. In wf1i Di esig-n 2Tickets
dir, will bf a siwall job resa
pr'fues nd sev teral ca .s of type. .For 0. S. L. Gam
Thi latrwill oen!!)l2 ho Abunnuls to
have mu ]]ch more variaion in heads lI
tha.n ]a_; been] possile heren-to-fore. Thickects printed in three colors,
lrjurjtli; fct JJIF lzCd a .fter a custom of many years ago,
ia <nk Glass , formlerly w ithi the De- will be p~rovided for thc Ohio State
Foundersr 'clopany has an ''yp, ime to be played ta Columbus,No-
byt~dlr the s soi!i toLak een cmpleteVember 15. The tickets will have on
chargeo of the entire shop. All of the
equipmelnt is now on hand andl is be-
in in;stalled in the room providedr.
'In ul(Ilion to the main room, theda
Univeity has lprovided two smaller
rcomns, o ic of whfihtill be utilize
<f. r room for p1 otographby work
and I-he other will be used for paper
Thle Alumni. association, according1
to Mr. Shaw, does not plan to enterAsa
intCo ompetition with thle printing.A ani
plants of thec city, but will only a at Michi
hiandle work: for the association.
one sidle the two end towers of the
Ohio Stadium worked in with the let-
ters, "OH10." They are being de-,
signed by Prof. 'Thomas E. French,
of Ohio State University, nationally,
known as a designer of book plates.
Prof. French also is president of the
Athletic .Board at .Ohio State. Tickets
for the other'games will" be the same
FOR THE FALL
Doors Open at 4:40
RE-OPENING I II
Fifteenr thousand dollars has been
expendedl by the Alumni association
ere in preparing a complete print-
nig plant for the publication of the
1lujinus, official organ of the asso-1
latlon, and for other work needed l
>y the general offices here. The plant
s being set up at the present time in
ooms provided by the University.
Twelve hundred feet of floor space'
ias been donated, as well as the
tower necessary to run the presses
.nd linotype machine. The entire
pack of the basement section of the
'hysiology and Piharmocology build-
ng will be utilized for this m urpose.
'hese rooms were used last year by
he economics department.
The first issue of the Alumnus,
hich is to appear Oct. 9, will bie
ompletely set up and printed here.
,n enlargement of the magazine is
Being provided for. Twenty-f ourt
a.ges, of the sarhec size as the Out-
ok, 8 1-2 by 11 inches will be put
ut. The cover of the book will now
e done in two colors.
The enlargment of the size of the
ages in the book now brings it up
the usual standard maintain~ed by
nilversiy alumni, papers. In all
robability there will be two columnns
n the editorial and three on tho
st of the pages, W'ilfred 13. Shaw,
4, general secretary of the assiocia-
A Mergenthaler linotype, a Kelly
ress, capable of printing 300 imnpres-
'ons an hour and equipped wiha,
elf-feeder, a Dexter folding machinie
tthe latest type, and a Goulding
caper cutter make up, the majority of
introduction to your campus ;life
iigan, procure a "M" Book and
IRegent 13I'. S. llan~clett yesterdaIy
ez~ires ed great delight in the newl
buildin +s rand~ the rapidity in which
tlhey are beingj erected. "When our,
'building prog,,ram his completed," he l
said,"Mhin will be the leader of
all tiie universities in this country."
Today Reg;ent 1i [nlchetv"w1ilslnspec
the necw building s that ares finished
anl theo cons.truction work on thae
others. There have been rumors that
the new hospital is cracking and
crumbling. "'These," he said, "wereI
fo iand unfounded for the build-1
iuglhas weathered two winters in an
urn fiished0 condition and it is only re-
asnal ta the .top dressing should;
crack asit w.ill on any large building."
To furtih er assure himself, he will
carefully inspect it.
The regeCnt will be in town a fetw
days while his son is convalescing]
from a slight operation on his nose. '
begin pasting, your' first, clippings ipf
Ann- Arbor into it. You'll, appreciate
in after years the clippings that you
KATHLXN WILLIAMS AND ROBERTI MC KIM
te w iwiwIk
Developing and 'Printin
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" A GOi4LDFIH STORY"
Withr Agnes Ayres in "When a Girl Loves" -
the Orpheum inaugrates its new policy
of "clean, entertaining pictures for the
whole faml. The Orpheumn will show
entirely first, run pictures, with the ex-f
ception of the super-specials which. will
be ;given a second Ann Arbor showing
in theQrphieumn at popular, prices.
Thle first of the supver-specials will be
announcedl next week. Watch for it..
lAdults .~ c.
Kiddies ..- lc.'
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