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November 10, 1928 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-11-10

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Calvin Alumni: 'B IG P N I GH D O I E
CIA CB[ IThere wll be a meeting of Calvin Alumni at the home of Mr. RIDGE SPANNING HUDSON RIVER
George Alder, 309 N. Division, on Saturday evening, November 10. RAPIDLY NEARING COMPLETION
The Secretary
lletin is constructive notice to all members army and Navy Club Dinner:
)py received by th - Assstant to the Presi- The Army and Navy Club will hold its first dinner meeting in the:,
(11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Michigan Union tonight at 6:15. Professor Hobbs will discuss "Flying
Routes to Europe" and will illustrate his talk with moving pictures y {Erwin Benz
, NOVEMBER 10, 1928 42 taken in Greenland during the past summer. - Appoint A
Alfred H. White i * : Classes

Beta Kappa Rho:
The next meeting of Beta Kappa Rho will be held at 8:15 Saturday
evening, November 10, in the W. A. A. building.
Louise J. Lingel, President
J-Hop Committeemen:
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen Sunday in
room 304 of the Union.
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman
Faculty Women's Gymnasium Group:
The regular meeting of this group on Monday evening will begin
at seven on November 12, in order that those who wish to attend the
concert will be free. Any member of the Faculty Women's Club is
Katharine B. Greene
'Varsity Band:
Formation this morning at 9:45 at Morris Hall to go to Detroit. Full
uniform with cape. Basses and drummers come early to pack your
R. A. Campbell

The transpontine highway o ver the Hudson river from New
York to New Jersey is rapidly ne aring completion. Above is shown
one of the giant concrete mixers and distributators which is being
used to complete a section of th e anchorage on the Gotham side.


Chinese Students' Club: r
The Club picture will be taken on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11, at
2 o'clock in Rentschler Studio, 319 E. Huron. Every member is requested
to be there at 2 sharp.
Y. E. Chang, President
The Student Fellowship for Christian Life Service:
There will be a Student Fellowship get-together in Room 302, Mich-
igan Union, this afternoon and evening.
Paul I. Wilcox
It i, imperative that you make your Michiganensian picture
appointment immediately.| The business office on the second floor of
the Press building is open every afternoon from 1 to 5, and upon
payment here of $3.00 you are in a position to make your appointments,
with any one.-of the four official photographers, namely, Dey, Randall,
Rentschler, or Spedding. $2.00 of this amount will be allowed by the
photographers on any private order which may be given before Christ-
mas. Act now, and get a convenient appointment.
Thomas Thomas, Managing Editor


The American quick-lunch cour
ter is surpassed by the French dir
ing car. In either of the two com
partments for smokers or abstai
ers, the diner is confronted with
table arrayed with all sized bottl
of cheap, expensive, sweet or so'
wines and liquors, and a stackc
three or four plates. He immediat
ly selects his beverage while ti
' pile of plates diminish, being fille
with food and at once wliisk
away when emptied. Miraculous];
however, as he flits to and fro, t
waiter manages to politely offer
second helping.
The swift meal is culminated b

FRENCH DINING CAR tMembers of the committees In
FREN H DNING CAR the engineering college are :
Sophomore prom: W. Ross, J.
Diehl, W. Bird, and G. We lek.
the swishing onto your last plate Social: B. Johnson, R. 'Turner,
n- of a huge slice of ice cream that is H. Gilmartin, and L. Logan.
n- followed by coffee and the presence Finance: G. Johnson, A. R.
of the "sommellier" or liquor ven- Storrs, J. Dodds, and D. Miller.
a- der with a quantity of bottles con- Jackets: N. Skae, J V. Davis, L.
- taining cognac, Benedictine, and Ansel, and D. Gerdon.
a Chartreuse. He desires only the Athletic: P. Campbell, J. Wilson,
les sale of a thimbleful, and fades be- L. Zanosf, and F. Myers.
ur fore the cashier, who, scanning the Advisory: H. Stafford, L. John-
of tables for empty bottles, coffee son, C. Dybrig, and W. H. Fouch.
e- cups, and glasses, scribbles the bill, Members of the committees in
affixing it with French revenue tax the architectural school are:
ed stamps. Social: Fred Schweitzer, Mor-
I Satisfied but stupified by the tiner Hawkins, N. E. Craw, Neil
swiftness of it all, the patron Warenn, and John Wheeler.
quickly leaves the dining car to Athletic: John Pottle, Harry
a relish the effect of his meal and to Church, and Thornton Brady.
marvel at the pace at which he has Finance: Fred Arnet, Fred Flegl
y been fed. er, and Floyd Johnson.


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