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April 01, 1922 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-01

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the li-
stood,"j

d History Study
"I do not think that the average stu-
nt will have occasion to refer to
e works often, for I do not think that
is necessary for him to go back to

sources. But there will be at the dis-
posal of the graduate student books on
chartography, books of discovery, and
contemporary woifks that gill be in-
valuable.
"Concerning the administration of
the new library there is little for me
to say. That will be in the hands of
University authorities."

FRIDAY and SATURDAY

MA

7:00 and 8:30

2

STUDENT PUBLICATIONS' NOTICE

n whic
ecognizE
kind' in
second
uich libi
5 years
the H

uantity has
Regent Clen
here the c
many pla
are of valu

wore. Managing editors and business managers of The Michi-
earl an Daily, Michiganensian, Gargoyle, Chimes, Students'
early Directory, Athletic program, the managing editor of the
ifinite Wolverine and any other publication oflicers needed, will be
appointed for the ensuing year by' the Board in Gontrol of
h the! Student Publications oil Saturday, April 22, 1922.
d as Applications for'any of these positions will be received
n this by the Board at any time prior to said meeting. Applications
I only and. recommendations should be addressed to the chairman
raries of the Board, Prof. F. N. Scott, and may be mailed or handed \
were to him or may be filed with Miss Allen at the Board office
.at the Press building.
form The Board rules relative to appointments are as follows:
Sec. 3. On or before the first day of 'May of each year,
been' the managing editor and business manager of each of the
ments. publications under the control of this Board, shall recom-
ollec- mend, by letter to the chairman of this Board, members of.
ces it their staffs to fill.the positions of managing editor and
te to business manager, respectively. The letters of recommen-
erest- dation'shall set forth the names of the men on the staff con-
istory sidered available for the place, their qualifications and
terms of service on the'publication in question and the rea-
sons for choosing the person receiving the highest recom-
mendation before the others.
E jSec..4. At any tiie before the date set for the appoint-
ment of the business manager and managing editor of pub-
lication or publications under the control of this Board, any
student in the University may make application for either
position by letter addressed to the chairman of this Board,
setting forth the experience and qualifications of the appli-
cant for the position sought. All such applications will be
en seti considered by this Board at the time of making the ap-
tk for pointments.

"D ice

a,

H. B. WARN:
The Screen's Beau Brummel
A man's man. A woman's hero.
A dignified, polished' star in a role made to
Jimmy Doyle, ex-jewel thief, plays square
straight.
A human, sympathetic, heart-winning part dist
compelling.

9

GREATEST PRODUCTION
Greater than
"Alias jimmy Valentine"
.A stirring romance, thrilling as a burglar hunt, merry
with laughter and surprising as a Jack-in-the-box.
It is adapted from John Mtoroso's novel, "The People
Against Nancy Preston."
ALSO
iAR OLD 'LIOYD Comedy and PATI

Page 1)
i has be
Lch mon

man of naU
make the ad-
r'der to get the
ntry, they are
entire Univer-
rtnent or ac-
on will speak

E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager of the Board in Control
of Student Publications.
THOUSANDS of smokers have proved it-and now
give the verdict to you-
Of all the other tobaccos,NATURE has produced
- none can approach the finest vaiieties of pure Turkish
for cigarettes-
None has the delicious FLAVOR of the finest Turkish-
None gives the ENJOYMENT of the finest Turkish-
None will SATISFY you as will the finest Turkish-
None but the highest grade and personally selected
Turkish tobaccos is used in MURAD.

25 cents

EVERYBODY OU

b.

hat can
scien-.
n," he!

One has to have a

I,

,s encv
venience it*
as' work in
administra-
d described
of getting
Ordinances
mment of Ec-
tanks, bar-
e protected
rtser step
re obtained
Base-produe'-

SCARF

THE

To enjoy:100%pure
Turkish at its VERY
BEST-to reach the
PEAK of Cigarette
Quality-you have but
to smoke MURAD -
Try MURAD to-
day and.
"Judge for.
Yourself-!"

T'S the smartest novelty of the Season to wear with
Tweed suits, coats and other sports apparel. No
woman's waldrobe is complete without one.

Sill scarfs of plain and fancy
weave in Roman stripes and
plain colors awill be on special
sale Saturday.

the

20.C

priatingj
t month.
campus
the loss
the en-,

I-

ANARGYRO S.
C.-A STOCKI OWNDBY P . O RILAAO coQ

WILL PLAY
ABOUT NOTHING"
ut Nothing" will bej
Loui Eich's classes
Reading at 8 o'clockl
.April 4, in Univer-
will be - one of the
c appearances of the
e semester. No 'ad-,
':rged.
ing At St. Joseph's
iss, '24, assistant on
ss staff, has been ill
s with pneumonia.
n tools a turn for the
nd yesterday he was
ing. He is at St. Jo-

A group of scarfs some in henna and black, of
orchid, blue, green and tan combined with con
colors. These scarfs regularly sell for $4.50 but
on sale Saturday for $2.95.
Quaint old-fashioned paisley effects are now the
in scarfs with fringed ends or honey shade or'
blue-green are regularly priced $6.50 will be on
$4.95 Saturday.
Plain colored scarfs come in orchid, rose, grey, tai
mato, and green. They are finely woven and a
wide. The shades will wear nicely with summe
or with Tweed suits. Values to $8.50 will sell for
(Second Floor)

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PAJA

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You know, the kind that the buttons never come off.e
there are no buttons. This idea is the best ever.
one. You'll say so too, if you do.
Priced ,$2.00 to $5.00

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T

t & COMPANY,

S. State St. at Willi

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