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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE ELEVEN

TliV1~SDAY, N~VE3~ER 1, Th45 PAGIi ELEVEN

Senior Pictures for Year Book Due January 10

CASUAL

Glossy Print,
Three by Five
Is Specified

Ensian
Trip to

Suggests Early
Photographer

All seniors wishing to have their
pictures in the 1946 Michiganensian
are advised that the pictures will be.
due by January 10.
Ehsian staff members suggest that
the pictures be taken in November
r early December to avoid the
Christmas rush.
Specifications for the pictures are
that they be 3"x5" without a border,
glossy print, light background, and
22" from crown to chin.
Sale of senior picture coupons will
begin within a few weeks, and the
fee charged will cover the cost of
engraving. The coupon serves as a
contract between the senior and the
yearbook.
Buy Victory Bonds!

Former State
Governor Is
Zeta Psi Guest
William Comstock, governor of
Michigan from 1933 to 1935, was the
guest of honor of the Zeta Psi fra-
ternity at a banquet last Friday in the
chapter house.
The occasion marked the fiftieth
anniversary of Mr. Comstock's initia-
tion into the fraternity. Guests from
other Zeta Psi chapters in Canada
and the United States were present.
The banquet at the chapter house,
1443 Washtenaw, signalled the open-
ing of the chapter after five seme-
sters of University occupation. The
house was purchased by Zeta Psi in
1942.
Representatives of the following
universities sent representatives to
the banquet: Yale, Williams, Bow-
doin, Brown, Tufts, Cornell, Lafay-
ette, College of Eastern Pennsylva-
nia, New York University, McGill,
the University of Wisconsin, the Uni-
versity of Minnesota and the Univer-
sity of Illinois. This was the largest
gathering of the fraternity ever held
in the middle west.

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tightly knit neck and cuffs helps
to make this a sweater you'll en-
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plus delicate pastels. Sizes 34
to 40.
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skirts, or stocks, 100% all
virgin wool. All colors,. sizes
34 to 40
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ARCHITECT'S DRAWING OF PROPOSED MARRIE D STUDENTS' DORMITORY-The University plans to
build the eight-unit dormitory on Washington Heights off Observatory Road. Each unit will contain 22 apart-
ments, the entire project accommodating approximately 350 residents. Cost of the dormitories is estimated at
$832,900.

HOLD THOSE WAR BONDS!

CHAMP HATS
by
LaSalle
Pure fur felt in covert,
blue, or brown.
$6.5 -$7.50
Kuohn's Clothes Shop
122 E. Liberty-On the Corner

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IF YOU

WRITE,

WE HAVE I T

HEADQUARTERS
for Student and OffIce Supplies,
Typewriter and Fountain Pen Repairs

PROPOSED CHEMISTRY ANNEX-University building plans visualize erection of a wing to the present
Chemistry Building opposite Barbour Gymnasium. 'The new addition will be utilized by the Department of
Chemistry, the College of Pharmacy and Chemical S torage.

Typewriters of all makes
bought, renfed,
cleaned and repaired

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THE OVERBECK BOOKSTORE is a small new
store located at 1216 South University Avenue.
While we , specialize in LAW, MEDICAL,
DENTAL and PUBLIC HEALTH books, we
also carry a large stock of STUDENT SUP-
PLIES, STATIONERY, GENERAL BOOKS, etc.
Our browsing room contains thousands of
REAL BOOK BARGAINS, including texts and
reference books.

Colleges To Vie
In Bond Contest
A contest to discover the college
having the most effective war bond
drive has been announced by the
treasury department.
The contest, which began October
15, will run until December 15.
The winning school will receive or-
iginal manuscripts of Sherwood And-
erson's "Memoirs," Hans Habe's "A
Thousand Shall Fall," Margaret Hal-
sey's "Some of My Best Friends Are
Soldiers," George Stewart's "Names
on the Land," and Glenway Wescott's
"Apartment in Athens."
For the outstanding student or fac-
ulty photography of bond activities,
the well known American photogra-
pher, Captain Edward Steichen,
USNR, has contributed an original
camera study.
For distinguished Bond programs
in member colleges, the National As-
sociation of Deans and Registrars of
Negro Colleges has announced a spe-
cial contest.

New Debating
Coach Was Ex
War Analyist
Dr. Charles W. Lomas, who will fill-
the post recently vacated by Dr. Ken-
neth G. Hance as University debat-
ing coach, was formerly war prop-
aganda analyst for the Office of War
Information in San Francisco and
also professor of speech and debating
at both Stanford University and the
University of Pittsburg.
Both professors are members of
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary speech
fraternity. Dr. Lomas was National
Vice-President of that fraternity and
Dr. Hance was Executive Secretary.
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Correspondence Stationery

Orders now being taken for CORONA PORTABLES

Loose Leaf Notebooks

SPECIAL SALE on Leather Pocket Books, priced to clear.
Fluorescent Lamps, Goose Neck Lamps, Indirect Lamps
0. D MoUstORRILL
304 South State Street

SINCE 1908 - THE TYPEWRITER AND STATIONERY

STORE - PHONE 6615

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The New
OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN RING
designed and manufactured by the L. G. Balfour Co.
Will be released very soon!
Available in sterling . . . 10 karat . . . stone set and

signet styles in a wide range of prices. Two separate
and distinct designs for men and women. I May be
mounted with Block "M" or fraternity or sorority coats

*BUY VICTORY BONDS-
F~OR SEEPS

of arms by your OFFICIAL Jeweler.

Watch for the

release date It will be featured in our show window

and announced in The Daily.

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