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nnin ufr seveliralywes her e x birt PC SM [ l
natfhsealwesTh lth WOK FL O SI OFRD if] M 1 traces the history of text books]fl thi of(j 9 (
hfllxf afU country, sat with the ones usediMaf
ifl 11111 fl' ahrl fer it wa .s first s '.tled1 il D I 0O0 TDCLRDSUST ;
- -_ Th e aet .Lthe end lof the coirirlc~ WIL B11V11RU1 O OO~ l TDN s If
4. list of the courses vich w -,ill b s ie vrt he caestye0 Spocial three-week lecture courses , Fellowsl ,ps inl social service work
en durin ;ftho cotriin in any subjects willof bed iofterecouttryfor colored: students have been offer- mitt
~Law sch~ool hals recently been is- ,nown ilas the "horn book", which conl- . ed for the year 1923- 4 by the Nationial perf
~d.A crrculm f 11 c~rses~ lists of at paddlle shapoed piece of wvood, stliiner1by European univerities for Urban league. These fellowvships are ( take
has ben co (i ed wih i).relmi .t, 111 ,T Iich <l ( ,ie ..neft of merorn codeoredndstudentsore onlynt andly for f thosese tte
has b e e n carraned , w th a acu ty le ter , dothe c ar ct rs to be i c tac hert;s. The U niversity of eipsig.I colored students w ho -have , attended ifair
13me.Inlue aon hefa-nioriz:ed. In theo same case are a numI- was theljeader in this last year and recognized colleges or for persons who -
.y are Prof. J7. W. Bngham i of Sta In her of examples of the famous New the lectur es} were so successful tha t it can present <evidence of equivalent
(I unlivQIsity an'd Prof;. lFrt~aciS S. ri i and Primer, which aimned to teach was ma;,lde pc:ssible to repeat .them. , training.
ilbrck f te Uivesit ofIll- te aphaet y mansof erss.^the universities that will give the ,gionthly payments of :$50 for living,
is law school. (T, illn another case is a group of twelve corestis summlner are the tUnivcrz- expenses during the school year in
copies o ieannoauncceent C b tlmtc heerie+ igoe pub- sities of Heidelberg, Franlk~fort on. the addition to scholarships covering tui-
~ur'd at the offic e of the secretar'y lished in London in 1654. More than Main, Gothenbuirg, <and Sweden. Tihe inaledgscolofoilsrv
the Law, school, and ha.ve also been1 15 copies of early grammars, many of wo rk will ta~ke -about 45 hours, ex-'W will be paid to the winners of the
ste l on the bulletin boards in the them exceedingly rare are also shown. tenoed ov4er a three week perio 1. The _ellowhi ,Ips.
rridors of the Law building. Particula rly, interesting is a "Poly- fields of ~literature, art, music, peda-
; lot G:%) uiar", of Ijebrew, Chaldee, gog'y, and the financial and economic!
ibray xhbts n Grmnii retd y hcladngpofssr Syriac, , Latin, English, French.pr oblems of thle old wsorldl will b~~E ATE COMMTTEE MEET
Ea' exlO Js 'reduacedI to acomnn syntax. be ~e1~ce.Alpha Nu Debating society was
---- Try a zC af edkdi pays.---Adv. granted official permission to affiliate
Ali exhilbit o' early Arerican and 1 f thlat check didn' t come, let "Jim-
g 'li text o;ol- s h een placed on mu i" sell1 somieth:ing for you to tid( ______________________________________________
play in the is?.Er corridor o?'cf te you over: -Advcl.--E.

'A the national dIebating. fraternity,
ppa Phi Sigma, at the last meeting
the Senate Commiitte cn Student
airs.
11l eligibility lists for dramatic and
csical organizations must be sent,. to
chairman of the eligibility com-
ttee at least one week before the
formance of the organization is to
ce place. This action was taken by
Senate Committee on Student Af-
xs due to the great amiount of con-

fusion whichi results from organiza- !
tions not seunding in their eligibility
lists until imnmediately before the
event in which the students are Eo take1
part is due to occur.
Official recognition of a local soci-'
ety o .' University women wias g-rantedl
at this meeting of the committee, The
society will be known as Delta Pi.

Mis

B0onstolle Co
in the Highly Colo
Dramatic Play of Sj
"SPAIIISH

Get good values cheap, thru
Classifecd cola ns.--AdN-.

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A ood Selection of"Easter Hats

for

Lad ies, Misses and Kiddie
Popular Price Hat Shop
333$S. MAIN

The Messrs. Shunberl
~Irfpringdinie 1
Thie Pei-feet %usiaali
Super Cast
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Htarry 1eelly .Flea
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Read the Market Pagesf
The merchants that advertise in the Michigan Daily
Market pages have some real news for you. If you will
glve their ads the attention they deserve you .will be well
repaid.

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With all maodtern impr~aovements-
" ; you with the best at the lowest .prices

E ° O.-to
N 1E Week Days as Usual
c SA1LOR Lnhen,1 t°
Afternoon Tea, 3:30 to 5:30'
Dinners by Arrangement, 6 to 7
SPECIAL PARTIES
PHONE 2641-R
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LA ST TIMES I
TONIHT esserts of "efmeient _
__ --Can Always BeIc Had At Trubey's
V 'CTOR SCHERTZINGER p esents sSeilBik.ossso
T hi_ - . e se' e p u d i n g B i k c n i s so"Te K n go i h n
Fresh Strawberry Sher bet
M6ore appealing Than
!"THE MIRACL E lf mAN"
More 'Thrilling Than ... e 11c1Gu5
'THE BIRTH OF A NATION°'".
Phone 166
SIN'DAY --MO DAY-TUESDAY T' EY '
It Has Everyt h ingEery Movie °TUE'
Patrn Lies!218 S. MAIN ST.
PatronLikes!___ I~-
CALL 114,
K Announcing the Merger of .
THlE IDEAL DATI~
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CREAMERY -
Coo. 1st and Iv. Libserty

-we are ready to ser
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We will make Sausages of all kinds in our own market-,
the finest materials.

SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK

Smoked Ham ........22c
Pot Roast ..........l C 17c
Spare Ribs.... ..........13 c
Leaf Lard .. .......... l2/2c

Call
1091

Fresh Chickens . .
Rendered Lard, 3 lbs.
EFggs ............
Short Ribs Beef.....

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Special Rates on Staple Groceries
HOUSE STEWARDS-LET' US HELP YOU'J

R! oSEEGERor L
THE CENTIURY MARE T

213 'N. MAIN Suf.

PHONE 1091

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Last. night aI had
The nicest dream,
Wh'ile sleeping 'peacef ullyi,
I dreamed ihat
C'+cr's Ice Ceam
Was my daily luxzrly.

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This1 "luxuary" costs less than
food of equal nutritive value.

almost any other

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NEXT
SUNDAY
SPECIAL
BRICK
BLACK WALNUTf
("il up your dealer now,
and pk'ece ou. order.

Easy on. digestion-easy on the purse---won~der-
>fully palatable.

Insist on Connor's; made of
purest materials under ideal
sanitary cwnditions.

C. A. CONNOR ICEtm CREAM CO. -

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THE

Ideal, Electropure Creamery

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Announcin~g the 3Merger o

LEONARD MCALLA'S IDEAL DAIRYR

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Pleasant Surrounidings

The' greatly increased facilities for service, resulting from this merger will make
it wortih your while to try us.
The sooner you start, the longer you'll live
watch Us Grow
All Business Will Be Transacted at the Creamery, Coy. First and W. Liberty

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