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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDPA, NVME 7, 1:12C

110 1 'iO19 M1

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WHAT'S GOING ON
,; ,Th appear in this column must
<< I , i i ; ,x at the Daily office
;t~ dcd for !.'-,t purpose before 4:00
hk pre(ceding thie day of issue.
SUNDAY
Prof. Preston E. Slosson will be the
pierof the second biweekly sup-
!Ir o! !e Cosmopolitan club at 61
n lu i Lane hall auditorium. He
vi Il ik -s his subject "Democrat-
MONDAY
'Vhe A( n Educational club will
holIdI i~ eua meeting at 7 o'clock
in~~~~h rui O lheUnion. Dr S. .A..
rCourt i or;11 w ;! :i jof of Education
ill delirat talk.
Priof. Robert G. Rockey, of the ec-
onom is department, will address the
W'ashtenaw chapter, Sons of the Arn-
erican Revolution, at 7-30 o'clock. The
meeting will be held at 716 Forest
avenue.
Swimming meet open to all fresh-I
meen men will be fheld at 4:30 o'clocl
in the Anion pool.
SiiboerIbe f or The Michigan Daily.

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Sunday Dinner
12:30--2:00 P. M.
'Supper a la Carte
5:00---8:CO P. M.

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toward a Union Life Membership Subscription-
Vote "Yes" at the Amendment

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Nov. 17

Mcembers of the Life Membership Adjustment Corn-
miec will discuss lsour individual case from 2 to 5 o'clock
any i ftcrinoon this week it, the st'udent offices on the third
floor of the' Union.

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Columbus, November 13, 1926

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awhole lot about Russian Grand Dukes, but

HOCKING VALL EY TRAIN

.s~E A n n Airbor.........7[:004)A. 1IN
A4r r e (o l t I s5_ .......11:50 A. i
I all uInindus..........7:01 a0 P. 13.
.A vr;- Iwn Artor.......11 :50 P. ?31.

(E.T.) Nov. 13
(E.T.) Nov. 13
(E.T.) Nov. 13

N.Y.C. NIGHT TRAIN
.Leavie Ann Arbor ...12:00 Midnight (E.T.) Nov. 12
Arrive Columbus ........... 5:45 A. M. E.T.) Nov. 13
Leave Columibus ......12:00 Midnight (E.T.) Nov. 13
Arrive Ann Arbor........ 5:45 A. M. (E.T.) Nov. 14

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Those who ds'lre to renaiii in Columibus and return In
r'# llar trains Sunday, November 14th, round trip fare
will be $8.75.
ROUND TRIP PULLMAN TARE~
Lower Berth, $7.50; Upper Berth, $6.00; Draw ing Room, $27.06;
Comp~artmnent, $21.00; Seat Rate, $1.95.
SECURE YOUR RAILROAD .AND * PULLMAN, TICKETS NOW
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MICHIGAN UNION OR ANN ARBOR R. R. TICKET OFFICES

Our Laff Section
A Buster Brown Comedy
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MuSical. score com piled and
synchronized by
N. D. FALCONE, Director.
Wuerth Orchestra

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THAT DRAMATIC EVENT OF TE SAO.

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