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October 11, 1928 - Image 2

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DAI LoY

THURSDAY, O

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INTRAMURAL BUILDING ATTRACTS MICHIGAN STUDENTS,

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Increased interest in the new In facilities of the latest addition to now not yet complete, and -he
tramural building is being taken the Michigan athletic plant. gymnasium, ready for use by thej
each day by the men students of At present, the use of the build- end of the week. In a short whil
the University, it is indicated by ing is limited to the handball and this department will give instruc-
the number of lockers requested. squash courts, and the showers. It tions in various sports, it is plan-
Up to yesterday afternoon, nearly is the hope of the Intramural de- An announcement to that effect
175 had already secured lockers partment to have the remaindergd sm
and were taking advantage of the of the courts in which lighting is giving full details wifl be made in
the near future by the ie :tment.

Notice!

-- Riding for Men

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Do you need a few pointers on good riding to era c you t
enjoy your rides better - - and to ride in better form? I will
send an instructor with groups of men FRIDAY ftc;,oons
at 1 :30, 3:00 and 4:30 o'clock, with no extra charge. Reserve
your mount for one of these rides.
ULLISON RIDING STABLES
326 E. Ann St.
Phone 7418

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g as a service men's organization Airplane Trips Will be Offered; U
estined to care for university and Rickenbacker, Stout, McClure
a)lege men abroad. It was insti- To speak Hee This Year
ite as a decidedly philanthriopicj
gan1iation and immnediately es- SOCIETY ELECTS OFFICERS
£lished branch offices in London
ad Rome, with the main office in Ihe Aeronautical society of the
ris. IsCollege of Engineering made its
Office Supports Hotel ibid, for popularity Monday night
The Paris office supported a ho- I when it changed its constitution to
jl for the benefit of the service make all students of the univer-
ien in Paris, which housed at sity eligible for -membership. Up
[iferent times the students and to this .time the society has been
umni from more than five hui- exclusively for students of the with
,ed American universities and Aeronautical engineering school.
alleges. Besides this the Unioni The club now has four women CHESTER CONKLIN
Lintaifled a hospital and tended! members from the Literary college. Sam lardy Alice White, Ned Sparks, Bodil osing
the distribution of all mail. The The remainder of the evening
ork accomplished was so success- was utilized in electing officers and Yesterday a lowly subway guard; today
al that the end of the war found planning a program for the com- the talk of the towf-and even HE didn't
.e Union supported by 168 Uni- ing year. Those elected were W. E. know what the noise was all about! You
ersities and colleges. Koneczeny, pres.; L. M. Ball, vice must see Comical Chester Conklin rush-
Sensing the possibilities of such pres.; J. T. Elliott, sec'y.; and S. B. ing through a maze of perfectly amazing
a organization the board of trus- Chadman, treas. Under these of- merriment with snappy Alice White add-
es, of which President Emeritus ficei's, the club plans a very ex-g e a
arry B. Hutchins of the Univer- tensive program. Balloon and air- -On the Stage-
ty was chairman for three years, plane trips are offered and balloon4
eemed it advisable to continue races will be promoted. In 1925
PAUL TREMAIN
ie organization on a permanent the etry of this organization
ble by the support of the Laura balloon race. In the World of Jazz There Is But One
pellman Rockefeller M e m o r i a 1 Ainother feature of their meet- and His
and which will subsidize the Tn-, ings this year will be the promi- RECORDING ORCHESTRA
>n for the ensuing ten years. hent speakers which they will
Foremost among the purposes of bring here, among them McClure,-Y othfu Ei rI r -_
e organization is the promotion the famous English flier, W. B.
! closer relations between the Eu- Stout, the manufacturer of Ford Master melodists in a potpourri of novelties, torrid jazz, hila'ious
opean and American universities planes, and Eddie' Rickenbacker, comedy and symphonic rhythms.
nd colleges, by bringing about an the American "Ace."
1c ange of professors and stm-
ents. Beyond this it has made iliiillillii1lllil111lllli11i 1lttlfiiill'iliifi31l11!II -1tti11111ilihi11h 1ltlli
ossible an equivalent grading sys-
em which makes possible the I
cansference of credits ,for their A cCCT ''(K
or1 value from the schools of the .ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
w6 continents.I
Grotup Furnishes Information ,
The Paris office was composed of
rof. Vibbert, his assistant Dr. H.
. Krans, three secretaries, and a
lerk., This group furnishes infor-
ntion for students and professors
Lerk Thiegrup urishseiforI 'tmmE stl . e-
f both continents as to financial
onditions, living conditions, and
n fact, every mode of life that the°_
tudent is apt to encounter during
Is years abroad. - -ir . v. .. : .'.
Prof. Vibbert spent eleven weeks SEASON TICKETS SOLD U
f his year abroad lecturing in 16- Kc r '.t'
tench provincial universities. His
eport shows a great decency in
Lie manner of receptiori that is
ccorded to the American students -
a the countries of Europe. And
"ontrary to the common belief, he NT O
hates that the body of American
tudents enrolled in the schoolsSO
broad are of a serious frame of SPECIAL SEASON PASSES FOR THE NINE
hind which makes 'it possible for--
hem to secure practically unli m- NUMBERS WILL BE SOLD AT $3.00 TO DESIG
ed enrollment in any of the col W L O D$.0 ..-'u
ed aboan ny- NATED SEATS IN EXTREME LEFT SECTION
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PLEASE NOTE
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