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THE MICHIGAN.

DAILY

T VESDAY, SEPTrETli&714, .193

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WORK ADVANCES ON
Work on the Student Directory isI
well under way, according to thel
editors of the publication, and the
registration files are rapidly .near-
ing completion so that the general
sale of.the book may begin before
the end of October. The staff has
alreadybegun to compile'the copy'
for the book so that it may be
ready at the earliest possible date
As in the past the Directory wli
contain the names, addresses and
telephone numbers of all the stu-
dents, together with the name of
the city or town in which they live.
The faculty section will contain the
name, title, home address and tele-
phone number, together with .the
location and telephone number of
the campus office of every memberl
of the teaching and administrative3
staff. The third section of the book
will contain the personnel of the
various university and campus or-
ganizations, while the fourth sec-
tion will again be devoted to the
membership lists of the fraternities
and sororities.R
The selling price of the Direc-"
tories will be one dollar, and the;
campus sale will begin on a date to
be announced definitely later.

Guggenheim Named
Newest Ambassador

85 Incoming Freshmen Attend Patterson LakeI
Rendezvous During Pre-Regrstration Weekend,

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Harry E. Guggenheim
Multi-millionaire friend of Lind-
bergh's, president of the Guggen-
heim Foundation for the Advance-'
ment of Aviation; is new ambassa-
dor to Cuba, succeeding Noble
Brandon Judah, Chicago lawyer.

Attending the Freshman Rendez- Prof. F. N. Menefee- of the Engi-
vous, held annually by the Student. neering college explained the scope
Christian association in the week of their respective depnrtments.
end preceding registration, 85 for- 'Speakers representing the Uni-
mer high school leaders who are versity generally included Joseph A.t
entering Michigan this fall gained Bursley, dean of students; Ira M. '
their first insight into the Univer- Smith, registrar; and Robert A.
sity life from faculty and student Campbell, treasurer.
speakers.
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister, of the The Rendezvous lasting from Fri-
public speaking department intro- day to Sunday was held at Pat-
duced the new students to the fea- terson Lake, 30 miles northwest of
today in the first group of ad- Ann Arbor, under the general di-
tures of Freshman week starting rection of John E. Webster, '30P,
dresses; while Prof. Philip E. Burs-.president of the Student Christian
ley, chairman of Freshman week, ps idtof.
explained .the aim of the intro- association.
ductory period at the luncheon Sat-
urday. Herring has been found an aid:?
Prof. Alexander G. Ruthven, dean to beauty, it was recently discov-
church services held Sunday on an Jered by beauty experts, and large
inspirational theme. Prof. Howard quantities are being exported to use
B. 'Lewis, of the Medical School and in manufacturing artificial parls.
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DISTINCTIVE FOOTWEAR
WELCOME!!t
0 our many friends of-last
year, and to the class of
1933 The J. Murphy Boot
Shop'extends a most hearty
welcome.
It willbe our pleasure at all
times to have you consult us re-
gardrng the correct footwear
for all occasions.
We invite you to make this
shop your headquarters where
courtesy and thoughtful consid-
eration will be yours.
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The Shop of
Correct Fittings
INICKELS ARCADE

Brown To Test Gas
For 'Knock' Factor
If manufacturers and distributors:
of motor fuels take advantage of
the offer to be made them by the
Department of Engineering Re-
search of the University of Michi-

issued to the gasoline trade by the
Departmenit states that the labor:-
tory at the University is now pre-'
pared to make certified tests of

An entire family have enrolld
In the University of Illinois this fell,
including the father, mother and
daughter.

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Most Colleges
'went Sheafler'

Like athletic leadership, sales leadership comes
only with merit. Sheaffer leads in actual sales at
73 of the 119 foremost American universities and
collees*. To know why, just write with one at
your Sheaffer dealer's. You'll e told that.Sheaffer's
Lifetime* is .guaranteed for the rest of your life...
against everything except loss. See the modern desibn
of the Balanced Lifetime*, and experience its restful
"feel". That's why it takes notes so swiftly in class and
races throuwh Iong, themes without tiring, the hand. Once
you've used Sheaffer's Lifetime0pens and pencils, you'll
never be satisfied with any others!
* This was proved by a disinterested ortanization whose sole purpose was to find
the'real pen leader. Documents covering this survey are available to anyone.
All fountain pens are guaranteed against defects, but Sheaffer's
Lifetime* is guaranteed unconditiontfly'for -Your life, and -othr
Sheafier products 'are forever -uaranteed Mainst defect in mate-
rials and workmanship. Green and black Lifetime* pens, $8.75;
Ladies', $7.50 and $8.25. Black and Pearl De tue, $10.00; Ladies',
X8.50 and $9.0. Pencils,$500.Others"lower.

gan, motorists will in future pos- l samples of gasoline for "knock rat-
sess far better information as to ing" on the universal test enigine.
the amount of "knock", or lack of iThese tests, it is explained, will be
made on samples of not less than
it, in every gallon of gasoline they a gallon, a moderate service charge
buy. being made for the work.
An announcement shortly to be

At better stores every*here

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SAFETY SKRIP,
Successor to ink, 50c.
Refils, 3 for25c. Prac-
tically non-breakable,
can't spill. Carry it to
cl asses!

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RIGHT

Attend Your Church on Freshmen Sunday
SEPTEMBER 29

METHODIST
State at Washington
10:30-Morning Worship.
7:00-Open House.
CONGREGATIONAL
Cor State and William
10:45-Morning Worship-"The Win-
ning of the Best." Rev. Heas.
5:30-Student Fellowship. S o c i a 1
Hour with Supper.
BAPTIST
East Huron, near Division
10:30-Morning Worship-"The
Overcoming." Rev. Sayles.
5:30-Student Fellowship at Guild
House.
PRESBYTERIAN
Huron at Division
10:45-Morning Worship-Address to
Students-Rev. Anderson.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.

CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Hill and Tappan
10:30-Morning Worship-Address
Students. Dr. Cowin.
6:30- Student Fellowship. Refre
ments.

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EPISCOPALIAN
Catherine and Division
11:00- Morning Worship-Address to
Frehmen. Rev. Lewis.
6: 3-Student Supper at Harris Hall.
TRINITY LUTHERAN
East William and Fifth

when the world grows stake
and we are drugged
with business and decorum
we want spirituous refreshment

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reinvigoration
old friends

familiar faces
good times recounted -
"the poetry of books also restor s"
and with this intent the

10:30-Church Service-"God
ing." Rev. McMichael.

Speak-

ZION LUTHERAN
Washington at Fifth
10:30-Church Service - Address by
Pastor Stellhorn.'

michiganensian is
designed.

Conclude the Day
By Attending the
FRESHMAN CONVOCATION

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