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lectures by outside speak-
members, and members of

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i Thursday, Friday, and
inee, Dec. 11, 12, and 13,
ey theater, there are cer-
afloat which should be

Made For Upperclass
to be Held In
Union

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are numerous
with regard to
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the opera, as
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Among the plans formulated by
the student branch .of the American
Society of Mechanical Engineers is a
trip to Detroit which . will be made
Friday, Nov. 28. The members will
be excused from their classes and will
go in a special c~r starting at 6:10
o'clock from the interurban station.
At 9:15 the society will assemble at
the Burroughs Adding:Machine com-
pany. The Cadillac plant will be
visited at 1:30 o'clock in the after-
noon.
Plans have also been made for an
upperclass smoker which will prob-
ably take place at the Michigan Un-
ion, Dec. 10. Tags will be sold for a
small amount, as the society will as-
sume the expenses. The entire me-
chanical faculty will be invited and
several of them will give short talks.
A program of .music and songs by
,members of the classes has already
been prepared.
An industrial movie together with
a lecture will constitute part of a
program .of one of the meetings to be
held after Christmas holidays. There.

The A. S. M. E. has just begun its
fall campaign for the new members.
All students of mechanical engineer-
ing who have 34 hours or more to
their credit are eligible. Cards may
be secured from the membership com-
mittee of which C. -R. Nyman, '20E,
is chairman.
VARSITY DEBATERS BEGIN
WORK FOR COMING SCHEDULE

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Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

Capital and Surplus, $5
Resources........$4,00
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Concentrated work for the next
week and a half, without knowledge
of which team they will be on is the
prograrmi for the eight students chosen
last Saturday for the Varsity debat-
ing team.
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood is again
coaching the team. Michigan will de-
bate'the affirmative side of the ques-
tion, regarding the government own-
ership of coal mines, against North-
western on Friday, Dec, 16, in Chi-
cago, at which time the negative team
will meet the debaters of the- Univer-
sity of Chicago here.
At the same time Northwestern will
debate Chicago in Chicago. For the
first time there are two women on the
final squad.

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Amateurs Finishing and Enlarging
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the worst-in a story
so great it couldn't~ be
told in words.

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From the reek of
New York's underworld
to a sleepy New Eng-
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crooks, prowling for
"easy pickings." The,
"Dope," a weasel of
Chinatown; the "Fr,"
a counterfeit cripple;
Tom Burke, a "Confi-
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lipped Rose,. as fair of
form as het heart is
black.

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the "boobs" who think
he can heal them by
faith.... Then the mir-
acle! Not such a mir-
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know the human heart.

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A romance of 'under-
world rogues who
sought "easy pickings"
and found them. But
when the arch crook
and the girl with the
painted face also found
a wondrous thing they
had 'never known be-
fore-Do you know
what love is?

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live a' life in an hour!

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To the moods. of this
Master Photoplay
THE
Augmented Orchestra
has builded a background of won-
drously beautiful syncronized melo-
dies.

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