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THE MICHIGAN

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L Railroad Tickets For Special Trains
To Ohio State Game On Sale At Union
SC For the convenience of students road expect this number will be
who intend to take one of the spec- greatly exceeded on the remaining
Prizes of almost $3,000 in value ial trains to Columbus for the days of the week. The booth will
wll be awarded to college ichigan-Ohio State game this be kept open each day till Friday
work of eridt inolitica sci-t wek-end, tickets are being placed evening. Tickets are purchaseable
for work of merit in political sci- on sale at the Union, by the Ann at the station until train time, how-
ce nand allied fields during the Arbor railroad which is offering the ever.
special transportation services. There will be two trains run to!
W. C. Durant, noted automobile I The booth at the main desk of the Ohio capital. One, made up
manufacturer and financier, has the Union is being used for the sale entirely of Pullmans will go to Co-
offered $25,000 for the best and of reservations. It was opened, at lumbus Friday night and will re-
most practicable plan to make the 9 o'clock yesterday morning, re- turn Saturday night. The other,
eighteenth amendment effective. maining open until 5 o'clock. The composed exclusively of day coach-
Though Durant believes that the sale was slow yesterday, only 100 es, will leave early Saturday morn-
majority of the people do not want being sold, but officials of the rail- ing and return that evening.
the amendment, he holds the busi-
ness leaders responsible for the IIC111111l11111111111111IIII~Ill!111111i111llltlli
widespread disobedience of it. le;=
has made his offer in order to give '
expression .to the soundest thought
.in the country on this vital quen- B T V ict -
The Harris political science~
prizes, amounting to $250, award-
ed annually to the authors of the
two best papers on specially des- Y
ignated phases of public affairs, O der
are offered by Professor Harris of
Northwestern university in order'
to further good citizenship, pro- # N G R A VE J
mote interest in law, order; and
the Constitution, and to encourage rir 'r NTr
more intensive study INof all ques- G R EET IN
tions relating to public welfare.
Participants in the contest have a "
choice of nineteen subjects, all of
which are concerned with petin-
en~t problems. Any, information.
regarding the contest may be se- =
po itical i scieer Reeves of the Supplying you with Personal Engraved Greeting Cards is not ~
is a member of the committee in , such an easy matter as passinng you a pencil over the counter.
charge. First your name or insignia must be engraved on a copper plate
The Baldwin prize of one hun-
dred dollars will be given for the -and this operation requires some time . . . about two weeks
most valuable paper dealing with from the time you place your order until the cards are
municipal government. A choice= delivered.
of four topics relevant to city or-
ganization and management has -
been offered to prospective en- Save 10 % by Ordering Before Nov. 1st.
trants. -
Intramural Athletics
Show More Activity a
With increased interest being Stationers, Printers, Binders Office Outfitters
displayed in handball and squash
at the new Intramural building, 112 South Main Street Phone 4515
the number of men students using
! the athletic equipment there is 1
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Columbus, Ohio, Oct.20th
SPECIAL TRAINS
Lv. Ann Arbor 10:30 p. m. (E. T.) October 19th
Lv. Ann Arbor 7:30 a. m. (E. T.) October 20th
(Night train via Pennsylvania R. R.; Day train via Hocking Valley Ry.)
$5.00 ROUND TRIP $5.00
Pullman Rates (one way) Lower Berth $3.75; Upper Berth $3.00;
Compartment $10.50; Drawing Room $13.50; Seat Rate 98c.
Equipment of night train will consist of Pullman Cars only; day train,
Pullman Parlor Cars and Day Coaches.
Railroad and Pullman tickets now on sale at Ann Arbor station and
Michigan Union.
STUDENTS ARE RESPECTFULLY REQUESTED TO PURCHASE
TICKETS IN ADVANCE AND AVOID CONFUSION AND DELAY AT
TRAIN TIME.
ANN ARBOR RAILROAD

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