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April 04, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-04-04

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I Of Threats To
Kill Classmate

provement is noted one day, relapse
is suffered the next.
Dr. W. E. Brower, of Hillsdale col-
lege, has been appointed to fill his
temporary absence.
CHESS MEN MEET TONIGHT
TO PERFECT ORGANIZATION
A meeting of all students of the
University interested in chess will be
held tonight in room 323 of the Union
for t'he purpose of forming. a chess
club. It is planned to hold weekly

or monthly meetings In which chess
will be the topic of discussion. George
Barnes, '24, campus chess champion,
is one of the organizers of the club.
The Chess club of Detroit Junior
college has already challenged the
Michigan organization to a series of
games. Many of the schools of this
section of the country have similar
clubs and it is probable that matches
with other universities will be arrang-
ed at an earlydate.

OR FOOD

1 3.-The Ameri-
United States have
)00 in the last six
of distressed peo-
ast, as shown by
g in the Near East
Congress today by
general secretary.

"I refuse to talk for publication
and refer you to my attorneys," said
a prominent member of the lass of
'25, when closely questioned yester-
day in regard to the rumor of his ar-
rest for a crime committed last week.
This statement was the result of
painstaking investigation in running
down a campus rumor and has result-
ed in a number of disclosures.. The
entire matter has been kept dark by
the authorities in an endeavor to hush
the whole tragedy up.
Investigations disclose the fact that
this member -of the yearling class,

"RIDER for PENS."-Adv

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Ar- name to be withheld for time being,
sub- while engaged in a quarrel with one
East of his classmates threatened to kill
,d it him. The quarrel was continued to
here such an extent that the accused pur-
mren sued the red-headed freshman down
safe the corridor on the fouth floor of Uni-
ider versity hall and before witnesses of
rs. ,the Athena Debating society shot him.
in- Whether the victim was killed or
are not has not been ascertained A notice
to- osted in a very secluded spot for mem-
ime bers of the jury which will try the
,me case emphatically states that the de-
iian ceased will not appear.
s in The trial is to be held at 7 o'clock
een tonight in the rooms of the Adelphi
eks, House of Representatives on the fourth
om floor of University hall. Members of
of Athens society will meet with Adelphi
rish in conductifg the trial, which, will
nine be open to the public.
nds
ilia Little (hange in Dr. Grim's Condition
and Dr. Burton G. Grim, appointed
Friday assistant professor in the rhe-
toric department, has had little change
in his illness which necessitated his
removal to the hospital last week. His
H illness is dpe to infection of the peri-
phery gland, and though slight im-

Arnold' J e welrfy Store
220 S. MAIN STREET
The largest stock of Jewelry and
Diamonds.
The lowest prices and highest
quality.
The Best Service. The Finest Workman-
ship.
The Fairest Treatment. The Money Sav-
ing Store.
50 Years Under Same Management.

Today,
April 4

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with$Samples of Ready-made Clothing,
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
For Spring
Send for "The Care of the Wardrobe"

Telephone Murray Hill 88oo
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT

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And here's our conception of corking good amusement
enjoyment, entertainment---call it what you will---this is IT'
But press agents' expletives won't convince your half as
quick as your neighbor's honest " Great Show." will. ASK
HIM. We aren't afraid of his saying anything different !

Realawt Pictm
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The cackling tale of a
pretty pullet who
tried to be a rooster.-
Who dressed liked a boy
and crowed at cock-
fights!
Who finally fell a vic-
tim of love and a hootch-
running plot that sizzles
with thrills from Cuba to
Dryburg (?), Mass.
Every scene a sensa-
tion!

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ADDED
The Laughable CHESTER
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hopes wer
The Prize
Twenty - few

SPECIAL
MATINEE
for school children
Wednesday after-
noon at
4 O'clock
All kiddit s a dine

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diameter that of ConstancT TaI-
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