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February 23, 1923 - Image 2

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TE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, F

ian nut to send the measure back to the com-

D UDBED~ IJED Hbo ken Waterfront Conflaration
TreatenedAs Liner Burns At Dmock
INTER CARNIVAL1~~~ -..... . . . . ..........

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[ Ng r mittee, developed today in the confer -
g~ppINSence held by the 'leaders while the il-
TflflIibuster of the bill's opponents was
[IGHTM91 CME T00911 continuing full blast.
1Those conducting the filibuster de-
_clared the Republican leaders; had
Washington, Feb. 22-(By A. P.-- about been convinced that passage of
A prospect that the bitter senate fight temasr a mosbe
over the shipping bill may end tomor- Threwa possibl, i a ad
row with the adoption of a motiontatfnlaioonheminmgt
have to go over until Saturday al-
though many were said to be anxious
'+TUDENT AGENTS for a decision to p~ermit consideration
)take Big Money Selling of other legislation during the last
uA TfI 1tk II A z T Jt'Ti lTit week of the session.

2J AN V : u.'A' I IA1 3i0N., (IVE
? ANCY i h 1A'NEX11I B'Tl1ONS
('"iin#a iatclimax to thiS Sea-
. 5.ttrl'5 round( of tall kinds of winter1
sports the ice carnival1 held hi, en
begsColiseum "I't 1ug~t wta bil-
liant sucecss. This wa,<s the first af-
fair of its Idind ever put on by the
Univeroity nd lame as a rsut W'
the unurinlx ntrest that bas been
rialniten;ted in Yw iter activithicrthis;
year.
lI Inndredts of speptator in all man-
ncer of garb) lined the sides and bal-
cony of the coliseum when the hock-
ey game began with Notre Damne at
7 o'clock. By the time the first period
wus over the building was packed.
(liipion Racer P'erforms
1etwecn the fist and second pe-
rlorN TFip Drsce, cf Detroit, gave An1
e.'iition of fast and clover fancy
c:' ~ in. 1orsc, who i only 19
years old, ini the last three years has
won first in the boys' sigles races
at the state chanrionship meet at De-
troit and secon~d in the men's single
race. He is exceedingly speedy on the1
ice and goes through his curves and
whirls at a fast rate of speed. He is
onef of the youngest boy champions kien
that has held the title'in Michigan.1 ers
In the next period David and Jean tota
Thomas, brother and sister from D- -
troit, were introduced. The outstand-
ing feature of their exhibition was tionJ
the igacefulnecis of movement and thei toI
poise that they showed throughout clu(
he performance. They showed a great dee
amount of experience in handling the Tos
skates and their performance together
was almost perfect.
Following the game the eight lap
free-for-all, race was held in which
Alugusret urkhnesei Detroit, one and
two mile state champion, ,was the Fein- a
ner. He was awarded a prze o a
pair of fancy 'ice, skates by '.e Ath--
letic association.',lie is a mei~r of
the Michigan Amateur Skating asso-
cia t y~n.-
Mliss Meary Percola, of Detroit, con-
cluded the r ofesional finyskating
of tilo oaei1 with an exhibition of
butterfly RAd fligre skating. Miss Per-
cola lhas won the fany, skating prize
in the Dtroit. ice carnivals for four j
year ~.Shie is now state champion
fancy slater, ;:aving conmc up from
secaGii l place which she held, last
year.m°
Varsfy ilyaid Ftiiriisles Nisic
Members of the Varsity band furn-
shed music throughout the perform-
ance from the inclosed1 and box at:
the end of the ink. W~omen ot the -
University sold refreshments car theI
a ff~ir for the benefit of the Univer-
sily of Michigan league.
FAST BINGLIMINATED:
INPI(+'IINT (OiF~i~kNMEN
huac, 'el. 22---{h;4> AP.)----Ialy ~
jmmd Brus bu aucratic acline, the
f4 ??unnermn Iof which has beenI
i he pii~~ic r.a l aim of ni'o'a
i ltln g)verrlme'nts sinethe rmis
Uce, is finally, under the virile and
strenuzous <adinisration of Nreie '
".u solini. abiout to crumble. Ili
gsEvermn ment lis-just lput into effect
thrreugh lithe is guance of a royal O-
carne, a 5sc1hGodosgnMd to gve tno
rnamnm eflciosicy for tie least cos
to tll tho serricecs 01fthe stat.
At (,no blow the new decree rAt res
.llIt ;t an. ployes over 65 years o'
age, enad" those .,ho have served for
a' period of 40 years. All employs'

who, by reason of incapacity, are not
able properly to perform the jue-
SHUSER Pop.iMts5. Tues.O
26* :mod 50c
The Bonstello Company
}'a]Y111"e ai d Frderi le 1atlins
spark lng ('o~ile&v plit
"WE GIRLS"3
G A I Nights l- - 5" 4 to
A RI S edMat. - 500 to .4
Julia Sanaderson
In tiet(-u,.,Calomedy Tlriumph I
" TANGERINE"r
FRANK CRUMVMITT-FRANK{ LALO1
And Original N. Y. Calt

Honolulu-(By A .P.) -The Japan-
ese language newspaper Niippui Jiji
says the Tokio government announc-
ed it was considering a proposal to
remove age limits from Its expatria-
tion laws, so Japs in other countries
may renounce citizenship at any time.
and official of Uruguay.
Be sure that every dlay in ., eery
way you use the "Daily Classifiers
Column"". It will make you better
and Better.--Adv.
Do you do business with "Jinimlo
The Ad Taker"? He can help you out
in most every way.-Adv.

An imported novelty. A lighter
that always works. No flint and
steel, no friction. It just lights,
we don't know hlow. Smokers
are crazy about the Radio
Lighters and buy on sight. Make
fine, presents and delightful
favors for social functions.
A sample lighter, with order
1!00h and f'iil ageits instructions
seat tby Express, C", 0.l)., with
lprivilege oW examilna t oii.
Write for particulars. Send
Do mhonfey.
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1117 Graudvilw Avenue
COLUMBUS, 01fIG

Try a Classified Ad--it pays.-Adv.

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EVERY MORNING FOR A
DIME,

A STA('K OF WHEAT OR RUCKWEAT CAKES IVITH
SYRUP AND BUTTER-AT
THE UTOPIAN CAFE~
One and One-Half Blocks East of the Engineering Arch

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Sad ur, sh owfng a, sevenly digreU list, after i h- fire
Fast work by New York and Mew Jersey fire departments prevented a waterfront conflagration 1Dn1-obo-
iwhen the Atlantic Fruit company liner, $agua, caught fire at her dock. For a time docksu and two other hin-
were in danger. The ship, now listing at a 70 degree angle from water poured into the hold, is believed a
al loss. No lives were lost.
ns for which they are employed, are Those who, through their long sere-- sum equal to six months' pay. Thoso
be dispensed with. This will inz- ice for the state are entitled to draw who have served less than 20 year,
.de those whose services are nc tpsirmsons. will be accorded that priv- will receive as miany months' pay as
med satisfactory by their super-, 1 ilego under the new decree. They .al- years they" have spent in the, state
s. i so will be alloted on retirement a service.

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