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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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for Town and Country
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Telephone Murray Hill 88oo

Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT

MUST OBEY ROLES
Infractions of University Picture
Regulations Will Jeopardize
Success of Authors
MANUSCRIPTS TO BECOME
PROPERTY OF THE DAILY
Minor infractions of the rules for
the University motion picture that is
being sponsored by The Daily are oc-
curing in the scenarios that are be-
ing turned in, according to an an-
zouncement issued yesterday by the
judges of the contest. These rules are
all necessary to the sucessful man-
agement of the competitors and any
infractions by prospective writers will
render their chances of success doubt-
ful.
The most important requirement of
the judges is that the writers mark on
their manuscripts "Submitted accord-
ing to the rules of The Michigan Daily
scenario contest." In this way only
will the manuscripts become the
property of The Daily, a requirement
made by the producers.
The other rules for the contest fol-
low:
1. All manuscripts must be type-
written on white 8%x11 inch paper.
Original copies, not carbons, must be*
submitted.
2. Manuscripts should average 1,500
words in length.
3. The writer's name and address
must be on the upper left hand corner
of the first page of the manuscript.
4. Manuscripts not accepted will be
returned only if self=addressed and
stamped envelopes are enclosed.
5. Manuscripts will be judged by
competent judges picked by The Daily
and the producers.
6. Two prizes will be awarded, the
first of $50 and the second of $25.
7. Manuscripts should be addressed
to The Daily in care of the scenario
editor.
8. The contest closes at 6 o'┬▒ock
Saturday night, Dec. 3, 1921.
BANQUET OPENS
RELIGIOUS MEET
Coming as a climax to one of the
- busiest weeks for some time in Uni-
versity religious circles, the State
Christian Callings conference will open
at 6:00 o'clock Friday night with a
banqjuet in the Methodist church. This
will be the first of the meetings that
will be held Friday night and all day
Saturday.
This conference is to include repre-
sentatives from all the colleges and
junior colleges in the state as well as
representatives from the University.
Preliminary reports indicate that at-
tedance will pass the 250 mark and
that more than half of these will be
from outside schools. Accomodations
for the visitors are being arranged
through the different organizations
here, but at present not enough rooms
have been volunteered to take care of
the number. It is requested that any
person who can provide sleeping quar-
ters for some of the delegates for Fri-
day night to notify Louis Reiman at
Lane hall.
Engagement Announced
The engagement of Wilber Morgan
Seelye, '22, '24L, to Mabel F. Vanden-
berg, of Kalamazoo, was announced
at the Sigma Delta Kappa fraternity
Sunday.

War Debts Chosen
For debate Topic'
Cancellation of war debts of the
Allies is the question decided upon by
the Midwest Debating league of, Illi-
nois, Michigan and Wisconsin. It is
expected that the Michigan negative
team will go to Wisconsin this year.
Prospective tryouts will study the
question in preparation for prelimin-
ary eliminations to be held immediate-
y after Christmas vacation. The de-
bates will take place in February or
March.
Dr. Sundwall To Speak at Lansing
Dr. John Sundwall, Director of Stu-
dents' Physical Welfare department
leaves for Lansing tomorrow morn-
ing where he will address the state
department of health on the subject
of "Training for Public Health."
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
EXAMINES ROOMING PROBLEM
Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 28.-,Owing to
the high cost of room and board at
private rooming houses here, a com-
mittee has been appointed to examine
the . living condition of the Univer-
sity students. It will act in conjunc-
tion with the Dormitory committee,
which is formulating plans for the

Perfume Gift Sets
Christmas packages from leading
American and foreign makers

erection of several dormitories. At tion students are forced to pay ex
present there are none at the Uni- orbitant prices, in many cases, fo
versity of California so no0-oania- rooms and board.

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We have the largest and most
Complete Stock in the City
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NARCISSUS 2BULJIS
from our large stock
The Slater. hook Shop
334 S. State Street

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To-day and Tomorrow
November 29 and 30

with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Fall
Send for "The Art of Tying the Cravat"

What kind of candy do you
like? Chocolate creams?
Chocolates -with nut or
fruit centerstMarshmal-
low-fruit, paste or what?
We have what you want
in pure wholesome candy
and we'll pack a box to
suit you. This shop suc-
ceeds in pleasing folks.
Our candy makes good
because it's made good.

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Furniture Sale

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Chiffoniers
$15

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Mattresses
$4 to $12.50
Solid Oak Dining
Chairs $2.35
Entire Stock at equally
Low Prices
THE ST!. CLAIR SHOP

Huron Street
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DAY and NIGHT SERVICE

WAHR'S SHOE STORE
Down Town .108So.

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Phone 445

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309-311 No. 4th Ave.

Select Your Christmas
Gifts Now
The largest stock of Fine Jewelry,
Diamonds, Watches and Silverware
Lower prices and larger assortment
to choose from.
A comparison on diamond prices
will convince you of the wonderful
values we offer.

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