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February 19, 1922 - Image 8

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sociated Press)
. 18.-Drastic measures
n by the five judges for
division of the circuit
court of criminal cor-
n order to prevent an
ndsman from vouching
of prisoners. A set of
to the qualifications of
e been agreed upon by
and the police depart-
s instructed to strictly
es as a safeguard for
e, a check will be kept
Ian's financial standing
e w1g he be permitted
ext~eding the amount
ty's value.sAssets on
e of a bondsman may
an no longer be listed,
ad be regarded as se-

American Marines
Champs Of China
Peking, Feb. 18 (By mall).-The
football championship of China has
now been won by a team representing'
the American marines stationed in1
Peking as the legation guard. The
title was won after the championship
of North China, had been clinched by
a defeat of the 15th infantry, and by
a game with the team from the Ameri-
can club of Shanghai, which, went to
the credit of Peking by the score of
35 to 10. The final game was played
in Shanghai before a crowd of 2,000
spectators on the 31st of December.
The marine team had practiced for
about two months under the coaching
of Captain Tenney, a former halfback
at Brown University, and two former
Princeton players. The brand of foot-
ball which they put up would -have
compared favorably with that of many
college teams in America and through-
out the short season of. three games
the marine squad was relieved of all
other duties.qThe trip to Shanghai
was taken by 17 men, and the the
squad was accompanied by Colonel
Kamniany, commander of the legation
guard in Peking, as well as by Coach
Tenney and the marine athletic offi-
cer.
LIT STUDENTS TO '25 MAY
ET TEACHING CERTIFICATES
Life certificates for teaching will be
granted to students who take the re-
quired courses,, but who are not en-
rolled in the School of Education, up
to the year 1925. Beginning with that
year no life certificates will be granted
unless the student has been fully en-
rolled in that school.
This,,is in accordance with a deci-
sion. rendered by the faculty of \the
School of Education this week. The
postponement of this rule until 1925
was made in order that students al-
ready registered in the literary college
may continue there.
$500,000 for a club house for foreign
students have been given by John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., to the Intercollegiate
Cosmolitan club of New York. Plans
call for' the building on, Riverside
Drive opposite Grant's Tomb. It will
accommodate five hundred students.
This club, the largest of its kind, has
620 members from 65 countries, at-
tending 41 colleges and universities
in New York City.

. 0. T. C. UNIT RECEIVES
OF MTJMITION S AND UNI
Military Equipment at Un
Now Valued at More Th
$150,000
"The valuation of the R. ?
unit at Michigan is now mo
$150,000," said Major Robert
yesterday.
A new load of equipmentj
within the last few days, in
mortars, machine riflels ain
latest model rifles, and unifo
is planned to have practicev
new guns on several occasion
the next few months.
The unit has purchased t

LOAD banners. One is a regulation national
IIFORIIS' standard, while the other is a regi-
mental flag, bearing the official seal
ilversity of the University of Michigan with
an - "Reserve Officers Training Corps" em-
broidered below. The colors are maize
on blue,
O. T. C. Enrollment in the corps has fallen
re than down considerably this semester as
Arthur compared to last. It is urged by Ma-
jor Arthur that more men report for
received this work. 411 men in the University
ncluding are eligible for enrollment.
d guns,
rms. It The Chinese Students' Christ n As-
with the sociation in North America has about
s ,during 1,500 members. The student R. M. C.
A. in China has 174 associations and
wo new 19,000 members.

TUTTL

A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt

TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

l,
State Savings Bank'

Shows at
2-3:30
7-8:30

Adults
Kiddies

Cor. Main and Washington

TODAY -MONDAY - TUESDAY
AMEPFACOCK.

:es will be SUff-
aliflcation of a
harging an ex-
surety. These
declared, were
nt of infringing
risoner to bail
e to insure the
e and as a pro-
in case a bond

Capital $300-000 Surls$0,0

Resources $4,000,000

,.

RMACY MEETING
HELD HERE IN JUNE
will be the meeting place
gan Pharmaceutical asso-
6 to 8, it was decided by
e committee at a meeting
ciation h'eld recently in
ess administration of the
vill provide speakers on
aining tothe management
store. Among the enter-
ature promised for the
:ing are a theater party,
d an athletic program in
rmnasium. University and
organization will be en-

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IS JUST AS NOURISNINI AND DELICIOUS
DURING THE WINTER MONTNS AS IT IS IN
SUMMER. IT KEEPS YOU IN GOOD NEALTN
THE YEAR 'ROUND

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[usical Presentation

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Selection

from G. Verdi's Opera
"La Forza Del Destino"
L. Falcone, Conducting

it seemed i bit of cleverness for the spies who sought the
overthrow of Disraeli's plans to be camping at his elbow but
this greatest of all English statesmen wanted them there-so
he could watch them. '
Here's a story of treason and intrigue-youthful love and
domestic devotion-full of action and with suspense that holds
you to the very end of the story.
Portrayed by one of the foremost actors of the day and an
all star cast that has neet been supassed

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