THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ity of Michgan
1 by President
address in the
urday night, when he spoke of the
importance of a building to serve the
women of the University as the Mich-
igan Union serves the. men.
Word has been received from
groups throughout the country to the
effect that they enjoyed the "Michigan
Night" by radio.
ATTR ACTION EXTRAORDINARY i
WILL FLRNISH UNIVERSITY NEWS
TO EIGHT PAPERS IN
The University is now recognized
by the eight Booth Publishing cpm-
pany papers in Michigan as . on the
same news plane as the state capital
at Lansing. This week 'the papers.
opened in Ann Arbor a special bu-
reau with a staff correspondent in
charge. At the 'same time a policy
was announced for the bureau which
marks a distinct step in advancement
in the relations of the Booth papers
to the oUniversity and to university
Bruen in Charge
The correspondent in charge of the
bureau is Edward J. Bruen, Yale, 1895.
He has served on the staffs of news-
papersin Eoston, Washington and
"New York. w
The policy of the bureau is set forth
in brief as follows:
To keep the people of Michigan in-
formed s to major matters of inter-
est developing .in connection with the
University; to draw upon the Uni-
versity's fund of knoweldge in se-
curing correct interpr~etation of 'the
world news of the day; to seek help-
ful comment and opinion from com-
petent authorities on new develop-
GLEE CLUB CONCERT NETS
LEAGUE FUN D DYER $100
Proceeds from the concert given by
the University Girls' Glee club Sat-
urday at Northern high school, De-
troit, will amount to over $100. The
concert was given under the auspices
of the Detroit Association of Univer-
; sity of Michigan Women.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pay5.-AdV
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ABOUT HAT CLEANING
NOTICE: - To correct any impression to the
contrary, we wish to inform our patrons, and the
public, that we have no Hat Cleaning Agencies in
the City anywhere; and that we do not make a bus-
iness of calling for and delivering hats., There are
no hatters, doing high class work, in Detroit, or any
other city,. who call for and deliver hats. The nature
of hat work is sucb. that it cannot be done satisfac-
torily. High class hat work necessitates the pres-
. ence of the customer to select the style. We are
the only hatters in Ann Arbor who are not mixed
up in the shoe shining business. We are not shoe
skmners'; and no first-class hatters anywhere are:
We know our business, and do work at as' low a
price as any first-class hatters in the country. If
you have a .good hat that needs cleaning, take it to
a good place, and have it cleaned in a sanitary way.
We do all kinds of Straw and 'Panama hats like new.
The dirt is removed, and the hat made clean and
properly bleached; instead of the dirt being covered
up with a lot of paste and the hat ruined with acids.
' Please get your hats in early, -so they will be. ready
when you want them.
FACTORY HAT STORE;
x Phone 1792. .617 Packard St.
Union Suits in,
DAYS - STARTING
HESTRA - -
Lieut. John N. Ryan of the U. S Reserve Corps, fo
in the regular army is now at the stables 'of G. L. Mu
326 E. Ann St. and offers a course in Horsemanshipc
dual instruction at extremely low rates.
GET THE MOST OUT OF.
ments is the arts, sciences, econom-
ics, statecraft, politics, international
relations, and the like; to call upon
the University's resources for aid in
solving issues and problems arising
from time to time in they state and in
indivdiual communities; in a word, to
be a medium whlireby the University
may be 'drawn closer tp the lives of
the people who support it, and where-
by the people may utilize to a larger
r- measure the University's learning,
wisdom, and intellectual leadership.
, -: While this bureau shall be a news
or bureau, aixning'to report fairly, accutr-
Or ately, and comprehensively matters of
interest to the public it always shall
keep prominently in - mind its dis-
tinguishing function as a' medium of
conveying the University's knowledge,
views and opinions ,to the people for
their information'and guidance.
_7_ Service Bro~d}
The papers served by the bureau
have a combined circulation of ap-
proximately ,2b0,000, reaching up-
wards of 1,000,000 persons in the
state every week-day. They are: The
Grande.R~spids Press, ;Flint Journal,
Saginaw News-Courier,,Bay City
Times-Tribune, Jackson Citizen-Pa-
triot, Muskegon Chonicle, Kalamazoo
Gazette, and Ann Arbor Times-News.
The offlces of the Bureau are 10-
cated in the Times-News building.
Patronize Daily Advertlsera.-Adv.
Learn to play Polo, Jump, ride cross country, play
games on horseback, etc.
iecial class rates for complete course in Horsemanship.
RATES UPON APPLICATION
is the first attribute
citizen of te world.
Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx
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Few books can impart
it, yet it comes natural-
ly with college training.
Such easy familiarity
with the-good things of
life leads naturally to
Melachrino, "the one iga-
rette sold theworld over"
You don't leant to read them
We don't ivant to print them
o here's where we stand. If you're
_M looking for cheap prices only,
this store is nio place to come to. .lBut
if you want fine quality in clothes, at
the lowest possible cost - there ,isn't
a better place to find it.
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Remember that Melachrino is a master
blend of only the finestTurkishTobaccos
as originated by Miltiades Melachrino.
Egyptian cigarettes are simply those
that originated in Egypt. But the te-
bacco is what you want to know about
-and if it's Melachrino -it's right
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