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by Lloyd
as.
TARDS"
y Prof. E.

State and Huron Streets
10:30-The Open Door in Religion.,
Address by Rev. R. S. Loring.
6:30-Psychological Tests as Applied;
in the Army. Address by Prof. J.

SECOND
SEMESTER

And

STUDENTS
For All De:

MIS-

F. Shepard before the Student
ciety. The public is invited.

So-

ilITl TO SING
ON STUDENTS TO
HIS AFTERNOON TO
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for 'Croup
ons for Con-
of Asafoetida,
Away.

e Sore Throat
li in the Ann Arbor

Editor, The Michigan Daily:
At 3 o'clock (eastern standard time)
this afternoon the Michigan Union
will hold its first All-campus sing.
Words and music to the national airs
of the United States and the Allies
have been furnished by the Grinnell
Music company.
It is impossible to invite person-
ally all the friends and members of
the Union to take part in the program,
and we therefore ask the courtesy
of your columns to invite all who read'
this communication to take part in
the exercises.
GEORGE F. HURLEY,
President.

Athletic association banquet tick-
ets should be purchased before Tues-
day night. Cotillion tickets may be
secured for the asking at the office
of the dean of women.
A meeting of those wishing to sew
for the Smith college reconstruction
unit will be held Thursday evening
at the home of Miss Eunice Wead, 18
Cutting apartments.
Mrs. H. C. Adams, 1421 Hill street,,
will be at home to University wom-
en from 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon. Mrs. A. S. Whitney, 833 East
University avenue, willkbe at home
from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
Prof. I. Leo Sharfman will speak on
the economic phase of the "World
Today," at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon at Barbour gymnasium.

We have a complete stock of
FLASH LIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batteries

Wi

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UNIVERSITY

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in
with

I ~310 STATE
New and Secondhan

Chased me1
I top of the Bed,
et Away,
my Neck with
kND CROTON

rub

Bought and

ENGINEER'S CORPS
INCREASED BY

39

certain facts gleaned by
ervation, it ccurs to us
r the poet limited the re-
e spring-etc.," to the

'In t'
men.

r indication that the 'vernal
is with us is the nice large
g carried by east-bound Lib-
et pedestrians of the female

There may be vacuity,in a cogno-
is men but let us at least N. B. that C. S.
is Sucher is a physician and surgeon.

practice starts Monday, the
thee behind me, old Jimmy
s, for some of us; 'tis ever

an ill
e All-
. is to

we
of

itizen. And
oppressive
nies a re-

NOW THAT--
Spring's here, last year's light shoes
and cold remedies come .back into
their own.
The Crease Dance is over, change
may be counted and, the foam blown
once again.
The Opera cast is announced, anx-
iety has flown the brow, to be replac-
ed by anxiety plus.
Ann Arbor is to be breadless in two
weeks, we can stop worrying about
wheatlpss days.
She is wearing her new Spring hat
every day, snow may be expected.
This column is ended, thanks and
bricks may be passed.
COTILLION TICKETS LIMITED
TO 300; SECURE THEM SOON

Thirty-nine more men have com-
pleted requirements for enlistment in
-the engineers' reserve corps, accord-
ing to the list given out yesterday by
Secretary L. A. Hopkins of the engin-
eering college. Following are the new
names on the roll:
Wylie E. Groves, '19E.
Harold R. Snow,
Donald S. Wait, '19E.
Wm. G. Stuefer, '18E.
John W. Oltman, '20E., 1
Leonard G. Shirk, '20E.
Lester A. Pirdgeon, '20E.
G. W. Holcombe, '1SE.
Donald M. Ferris, '19E.
David G. Bovee, '19E.
Ray V. Beshgetoor, Grad.
Paul V. Lorzer, '20E.
J. T. Lynch, '19E.
R. C. Vorhees, '19E.
S. Popkins, '20E.
H. A. Seeger, '18E.
R. G. Jepson, '18E.
H. C. Koch, '19E.
F. E. Richardson, Grad.
E. B. Featherstone, '18E.
W. C. Bobitt.
Carlton R. Sabin, '18E.
A. V. Livingstone, '18E.
A. M. McConnell, '18E.
Wi. H. Stone, '20E.
D. G. Moorhead, '18E.
C. L. Bassett, '18E.
C. H. Cramer, '18E.
J. F. Fairman, '18E.
C. F. Mayer, '18E.
S. C. Zylstra, '19E.
T. W. Conant, '18E.
A. Bonney, Jr., '18E.
E. P. Langerham, '20E.
R. Dueltgen, '19E.
C. W. Listmann, '21E.
H. W. Platt, '1SE.
D. Borland, '19E.
H. T. Winsemius, '20E.
N. D. FALCOINE TO FEATURE IN
U. OF N. ORCHESTRA PROGRAM
Under the'baton of Mr. Samuel P.
Lockwood, the University Symphony
orchestra will make its third appear-
ance this season at 4:15 o'clock
Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, in Hill
auditorium. A feature of the program
will be a clarinet solo by N. D. Fal-
cone.
Buy your alarm cloes at J. L
Chapman's, Jewefer. 11 S. Main:

The Women's chorus of the opera
,will rehearse at 4 o'clock tomorrow
afterno on at the Union. The entire
cast and chorus will rehearse .at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night at the Union.
Acting Dean Agnes E. Wells will not
be at home to college women on
Thursday, Feb. 28, owing to her ab-
sence from the city.
Junior Girls play practice will be
held at 5 o'clock Monday in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Helen Bullis,'18, Wins Athletic Honor
The first athletic honor point for
keeping a hygiene card for a month,}
has been awarded to Helen Bullis, '18.'

Slater's Book
Phone 430

The University Menorah society will
elect officers for this semester at the
meeting to be held at 8 o'clock tonight
in the Bible Chair House, 444 South
State street. A. J. Gornetzky '19L,
will give a report of the quinquennial
Menorah convention. Other business
of importance will be brought up at
this meeting.
There i always an opportunity to
increavie your business through Daily
advertising. Try t.-Adv.

hair
$1.00

p.-

336

Cor.

i.

Just

Menorali Society Meets TonightI

Unpacked.

fond of
his own
ing just
us sings.
S college
>rized, he
g of dis-
are in-

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DETROIT UNIT.i
Between Detroit, Ann Arb
(1Iflective May 22,
Detroit Limited and Expr
m.. 8:io a. m, and hourly to
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-
every twvo hours to 6:48 n.
8:48 p. m.
Jackson Express Cars '1o
At~n Arbor)-9 :48 a. in. znd
to -'-48 p11 .
Local cars East Bound-
a. m., 7:os a. m. and evrry
p. Mn.. 8:o; p. m-, 9:0S p.
To Ypsilanti only, 9:2o a.
2:0. m'. In., 6:05 P. ni9, 4.S;
12:2o a. i1 ::o a. n., r :_o
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound-
a. m.. 102n . n.m.. 1:zo a
We have both the in
the equipment to fu
best in banking
The Ann Arbor Sa'
INCORPOR.ATED
Capital and Surplus
Resources ..
Northwest Corner
Huron.Stre

A large

aSSortment,

of WEBER'S

newest and

most novel packages.

"A 4 q

yard to
s. Loc
i by t
having
ock. Ba
ors, a

In order to give the best possible
banquet next Friday, the Woman's
Athletic association has requested all
a who expect to' go to secure their tick-
cal ets by Tuesday. These may be ob-
he tained from Miss Alice Evans or Miss
a Louise Potter. The number is limit-
k- ed to 300.
nd A cotillion will follow the banquet
ur and a popular favor dance will be
featured. It is desired that, in order
of to avoid confusion, every girl have
nd her partner for the evening on' her
cy arrival.
of' _ /
nd Rugs cleaied and washed. Satisfac-
ese tion guaranteed. Koch and Henn.-

In order to introduce Weber's to.you

there will be a Special Candy Sale each = 707 North Univ
afternoon this week. -

ers

"Just a LittleI

Y

ICE
for

II

nee

11 of i
11 as i

BEST YET!

Busy Bee
POPULAR

of

13 Dinners (Oren's Annex).......... ... ..

... $4.25

Breakfast Cash Card (good any time at Serv-Self... . $1.25
Total ................ ....... .... $5.50

313 S. State

Phone 1-3

Special Price (till June)$5.00

0

's Annex*

Oren's Serv-Self
1 1 111 0 -FT-'-

P. S.-Did you get a thimble?

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