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March 04, 1923 - Image 5

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THEICHIGANDAILY PAGE

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MOVE SIGN FARTHER? pijO WIil VlOP

FICTION IS MOST p- T
READ AT LIBRARY GOD wL M n i T

Washingi 013. March (By AT.)-
The Ford otor company was granted
a preliminary permit yesterday by the
Federal Power conmission to devel-
op power at the high dam erected
a cross the Mississippi river between
St. Paul and Minneapolis by the gov-
rnment as an aid to navigation.

What is the most popular form ofi
periodical literature read by collegej
students? The observation of the staff,
of the periodical roomof the Library
in answer to this question is that fic-
tion is the most popular form. They
state that the Cosmopolitan magazine'
is the one most in demand.
The records on file of the number
who use the library daily show that
it is an indispensable factor in Uni-

Charles W. Good of the Meclian ica1
Engineering department spoke before
a meeting ot the Association of Com-
mercial Secretaries of the state C
Michigan yesterday morning in FlintE
His topic was "The University and
Industry"
THE POLICY WON'T
KEEP HIM AWAY

\r. Good was recently appointed be obtained at, the Summer Session
{a"sitant to the director of engineer- oflice or at room 449 in the Natural
in research.Siene uildig. The campsat Doug-
las Lake will extend this summer
Biodcrgical Camp Rmllefins Ready from July, 2 to Aug. 24, one week lat-
Bulletins containing announcements er than last year.
for the summer Biological Station of _
the University, the foremost fresh- Got a room t.o rentl A Daily classi-
water station in.. America, may now fied nd will finn a roomer.-Adv

Under terms of the grant the motor versity life. From three to four thous-
rompany is given four months in and students make use of the lower
which to complete and file with thee study hall alone in connection with
commission its plans for the project their work.
and also its plans for disposal of sur- The high water mark days are Wed-
:plus power. nesday and Saturday. On these days
alone, from five hundred to a thous-
The company will he required to and students do some sort of reading
pay a reaionable price to the govern- ,in this room. One thousand one bun-
ment. dred and fifty was the greatest num-
The grant of the preliminary permit ber reported for any one day last se-
was interpre.ed by Ford representa- mester.
rives as being equivalent to a per-
manent lease. Gold.Stadrts Stampede
In expressing approval today of the Vancouver, Mar. 3. --. Twenty-two
Ford plan representatives of the dollars and fiften cents worth of gold,
twin cities claimed the right to use taken from the craw of a dead goose
any surplus power developed by the by a housewife at Invermere, B. C.,
Ford company. caused a wild stampede up Brady
___ -creek. The goose-was fattened in a.
rIESHMEN "BIBLES" GIVEN .barnyard that includes the creek in
r110 NEW M N ' AT j Ai ts boundaries.

Qhiit; Ohirt Usra INutU

s Open

Sunday from 5 to 10 p. m.

Signs like the one in the photo above appear at frequent intervals
along the border of the territory now how held by France in Germany's
industrial heart. Will they move the signs farther and use them as ban-
ners on a concerted march to Berlin or eventually carry them bcack to
France? Germany wonders.

but there's a lot of satisfaction in
having one just the same. If a night
prowler steals your valuables you
can recover your losses if you have
a burglary insurance policy in our
company. The premium is low--the
results certain.
We will be glad to call on you and
explain more fully about this protec-
tion. Phone us your adress.

for (among other things)

Real Chicken Salad

Come in before or after the Show

Freshmen "Bibles" are now on hand Crissinger Receives Appointment
TWENTY-FIVE NEW DEPUTIES the drivers who whirl around town at the main desk in Lane hall and may Washington, March 3.-(By A.P.)-
SEEK FRONT SEAT CI{ROWDERS with three people perched on the be obtaitled by all new men who have The Senate confirmed the name of Dr.
steering wheel. A little card, proper-: not yet received them by calling for la. R. Crissinger, of Marion, Ohio, toi
Ann Arbor motorists who crave a ly filled out by one of the new "cops" them there. The "Bibles" are hand- ! be governor of the federal reserve
seething mass of , humanity in the will be sufficient in bringing the de- books giving the traditions of Mich- board. Ile has been serving as comp-
front seat of a tiny Ford coupe, be- linquents to the Court House. The igan, the songs, freshmen rules, and troller of the currency.
ware. charges run around ten dollars fine, what Michigan expects of her newr
Twenty-five new deputies, enlisted with court expenses added on. men. All Fre hmen and new men are Rigg's, "Depreciation of Public Uti.
from the populace of this city, have - expected to have these books and ity Properties" received at Wahr's
been instructed to wreak havoc among Try a Classified Ad--it pays.--Adv. should ca-ll for them right away. University Book store.-Adv.

Fudge Ice Cream that is Right
Coffee and our Special Fruit Cake
Chocolate with Whipped Cream
Candy without a rival

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IT IS THE BIRTHDAY OF BETTER ENTERTAINMENT FOR
ANN ARBOR-WE HAVE GATHERED TOGETHER A COM-
POSITE SHOW WHICH WE SINCERELY BELIEVE WILL
PROVE A FITTING CEREMONIAL FOR THE PLEASURE-
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Three Feature

Attractions on Stage and Screen of equal

Value.-

A D~yniamno ofLauighs

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Reginald Barker
I4'IIO MADE "THE S1,O1M"
OFFERS HIS FILM VEIRSiON OF

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On The Stage

Ll ds of 'rossed Wires

Bt No Short (ircut to the

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Fun

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The Noyel of the Michigan North Woods

"TIMBER" by Harold Titus

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in his high voltag klaugh vibrator
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An organization that played the Penn State Prom and theatrical engagements
in the East. This is their first appearance in the Middle West, and we are
confident it will be most successful.

SYNOPSIS

Buster is taking a course in botany frno a correspotience school. A'
the graduation he secures the diploma of an elecrical engineer by mistake
The father of the girl he admires hires him to outfit his home with all
modern electrical appliances. To be near the girl Muster accepts the job
without revealing that he knows little or nothing of the intricate workings
of electricity. While the family is away for a vacation Euster installs the
home with wires, buttons and irick equipment. The family returns and
Buster displays his handiwork, which performs nobly.

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