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November 09, 1919 - Image 5

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FOR THE BEST ADVERTISEMENT
OF PHOTOGRAPILS MADE AT THE RANDALL STUDI(
The Advertisement is to fill a 2-column by 3-inch. space.
There must be NO picture in the advertisement.
All copy must be delivered to the Randall Studio, 121 E.
ington St., by November 20, 1919.
The writer of the best advertisement will receive a cash p
$25.00. The writers of other advertisements which are used v
ceive $5.00 in trade at the Randall Studio.
The judges will be Mr. G. C. M edel, proprietor of the I
Studio, Professors J. R. Brumm and H. F. Adams.
Randall Studio.

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VIRGINIA FAIRFAX AND KATHERY N MILLS, IN "TWIN BEDS" AT THE
WHITNEY THEATER SATURDAY MATINEE AND EVENING, NOV. 15.

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'FRENCH ACADEMY TO RECEIVE
MARSHAL FOCH IN JANUARY

Paris, 'Nov. 8. - The reception of
Marshal Foch by the Freilch Academy,
of which he was elected a member last
year, will occur in January. The re-
ception speech will be made b'y Presi-
dent Poincare. General Lyautey, who
has been a member-elect since 1917,
but has been unable to arrange for his
reception on account of his duties in
Morocco, will be received in March.
Woman Prosecutor at Red Tribunal
Poltava, Russia, Nov. 8.-- A young
woman, about twenty-two years- of age,
known here simply as "Rosa", was the
prosecutor at the Red tribunal during
a great part of the Bolshevik oecupa-
tion of Poltava. It is said she, herself,
shot with a revolver seven anti-Bol-
shevik and civilian prisoners.
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STANDAR OIL GOHAS6
tUUENTS
Dr. Albert Snowden, '02, now in the
service of the Standard Oil company
of New Yolk is In Ann Arbor and is
now devoting his time to securing men
for the foreign service of his company..
Dr. Snowden is well acluainted\ with
the University and the class of men
who attend the school. He is at the
Allenel hotel here. - Anyone thnking
of wordg in the Far East and the Le
vant are asked to meet him there.
S. $ent to Training Schools
Applicants for these foreign posi-
tions, if accepted, ar first .sent to the
company's training school in New York
city for 'three or four, months at the
expense of the company. If they pass
the requirements they are assigned to
foreign posts with an initial salary of
$166.66. As they improve promotions
are mnade and advancements are said
to be very rapid for the right men.
Though not absolutely necessary, men
are expected to stay in the east for
three years at the end of which period
they are given a furlough of four and
one-half months at the expense of the
company.
Dan Endorses Plan
The duties range from office work
and sales management up to the or-
ganization and development of agen-
cies. Commenting on the plan Dean
Effinger, of the Literary department
said: "Personally I think it is a very
fine opportunity for the right- men.
There are many men who are wrth
$5000 a year but the $10,000 and $15,000
men- are not so plentiful. If these
companies can find a man of the $15,-
000 type they will not hesitate topay
him that much."
SODA. SHOPS USE
SANITAR Y METHODS
Reports as .to the unsanitary con-
ditions in Ann Arbor confectionery
shops seem to have been exaggerated
if ,the State street stores are fair ex
amples.
The deadly germ which lurks in the
residue of the chocolate soda is hav-
ing a hard time finding enough nour-
ishment to sustain -life .in most of the
State street establishments. Boiling
hot water. is naturally distasteful to
him, and it seems very likely that the
'specie will son ive another proof of
Darwin's theory, by dying out because
it is not suited to its environment.
Storekeepers are doing much to
hasten the end, and the time is not
far away when students may eat any
quantity o their favorite food without
having any feeling that they have got
more than they paid for.
The kitchens and soda fountains on
State street inspected by a Daily re-
porter are reasonably clean and ade-
quate facilities are provided for wash-
ing all .utensils in hot, and rinsing
them in cold, water. In a few cases,
hard candies are left uncovered on the
tops of showcases, but n most stores
all candy is kept under glass. All of
these stores are visited by state in-
spectors, and the proprietors say that
they have always been found in a stts-
factory condition

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ANNUAL TOUR OF THE LAU
A. S. STERN and SELWYN CO
The Funniest Play in the Engli

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Lyndon and Comp
-Established 1905-
Books Albu
Eastman Kodaks and Suppli
Amateurs Finishing and Enlar
We lead while others follov
19, North University

By SALISBURY FIELD AND MARARET MAi
with LOIN BOLTON
Same Special Cast Intact as played, the New D
"Twin Beds" is a joyous bundle of hearthy fun
missed if you know what's good for you.
A Laugh and a Scream Every Minute

PRICES, 50c TO $2.00

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Charcoal Grilled Porterh
Steaks

becoming a pipe smoking country. Every
lore men are realizing the comfort, the satis-
my of the pipe. And by natural selection,
are smoking W D C Pipes. This is not
W D C Pipes offer the utmost in pipe value.
seasoned by our own special process make
sweet and mellow. Coupled with that is a
pipe makers whose sole object is to fashion
ut peers in all the, world. And it has been
LV 0ood dealer.

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5:30 p.m. to 8:p.m.

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