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April 06, 1923 - Image 2

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:DISAGREESI COLONEL TALKS TO1 ALASKAN EXPOR TS
IN FOSTER TRIALI ARMY NAVY CLUB SHOW INCREASE,
Joseph, Mich., April 5-(By A.. Col. William A. Wallace, chief ofI Washington, April 5-(By A. P.)- x
The jury trying Win. Z. Foster on !staff of the thirty-second divislin, ad- Desp'te serious handicaps during the
es of criminal syndicalism dis- I
4d anid was discharged at :5 o'- dressed the Army and -Navy club of piast few years, industrial Alaska has #
tonight by Judge Charles Ann Arbor at its monthly meeting last' recovered its stability and, in th e r
~. Te Jror tok 3 balotsnigt. oloel Wllae tok s ~ words of a Denartment of Interior an-
.ing 6' to 6 all the time they were general subject the function of the nucmni iigoc oeo
1 hours and 15 minutes. anu ncryn uttepoiin even keel "like a ship rightin~g
clbncarinutterviinso herself after a terrible gale".
RE fEYBkO the national defense act of 192'0. 1 The forecast of smooth sailing,.
RED REA'fF0 G GVESstressed particularly one "one army"
VERSATILE POETRY ItECITAL ofteatId ftecr ahead is based on the report of the-
-provision o h c n ftecr collector of customs at Juneau, ,just'
(Continued fromPaeO) dial relations which h7ave come to. ex- receivd in Washinigton. trl fauPaoOn)}py" .isbewnthtrecmoensf,
satig faueo h lyitbtee h he opnnso The year closed with an increase
the Catfish, the "longitudinous, th'e arrmy, the regular army, the na- in the c'ommerce of the territory over,
rdinous, altituidinous God", of the toa urd n1h ognzdr-1921 of $20,780,401 and with a Healthy
town,, played by Hermnann Lyon, ;serves. hegolg d- ot liin ptcall te~d
The other members of the cast, ProfW. 11. Hobbs of tres"eaysthesateengisuedfom
ic C Jhienaste urhe;partment, Col. A. C!. Pack, Majors the department of Secretary Work,
'R. Adams asRbertArthruangMars;S.Alelnn,"Exports from the territory of Alaska
asteBrges !li and Rev. S. S. Robins were other'
epanshi, '25, as Candidate Blue; spaeso h eeig aho more than doubled' the, imports, lean_
Warren E. Bower, as Candidate spaesoih viig aho ing the balance of trade in Alaska''s
- al pove thmsevesto e alewhom spoke on some phase pf nation-I favor by a handsome maini.
al defense_______
!Capt. H. A. I+urlong, '24M, president
e etr-rperformance-wasanoce GUILD PLAY2ERS GIVE "SHAM"
second of a series being present- of the club,anoce a number of
nertec bidaupcsostanding committees. The next meet- ND"HEFNGR FGOV
nsies and the American Associa- ing of the 'club will be IMay 3.-
~s.Hobart guild players presented twol1
of University Women. Daily Classifieds for real results.-£ one act plays liast might in Harris hall,
.1 A r1 *T'f.t l tTT ;1+y" Adv. "Sham" by Frank G. Tompkinas, and

'The Finger of God," by Percival
Wilde.' The first piny was the best
executed of the two, Gordon Chamn-
bers, '26, being especially convincing
in the role of an intellectual',burglar.
Others who took part 'in this play
*ere Margaret Geddes, '26, Laurence
Clarke, '25, and Edward Vadakin, '25E.
rhose in the cast of "The Finger of

God" were Sears Herbert, '25E, Doro-
thy Frierson, '26, and Willijin Wood,
grad. It was directed by Lucy Turn-
er, '23Ed, while "Sham" wvas directed
by Howard Williams, '26.
You're losing money, if you're not
using' the classified columns.-Adv.

JUST GOOD
PLUMBERS

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BJUFFiALO ALjUM -I I1 i'IT
STUDENTS TO) tU ClLE0
Michigan alumn~i of Buffalo will
hold a luncheon April 12 in the oil
Statler hotel in Buffalo, and all Blif.
falo stuidents in the U~niversity are
urged to attend . A special progranm
has been prepared which is to in-
clude speeches by alumni and men whoc
are enrolled in the University at the
present time.
Catholic Chiapel to Haive Seri es
Services at the Catholic students'
chapel will be held at 8: 30 o'clock~
Sunday mor'nings during vacation.

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FLOWERS

Aplain toe oxfovdl in-
black an~d brown calf I
With low 'hel.',excel,-
= lent for street wear.
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Wahtr' ShoepSor
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Neiflelon Shoes

Many are kept awray from Europe by an flnag-
inary blank wall of expense.
Get the facts about our cabin service of 14 de-
lighifrul ships before you make vacation plans
this: year. The broadening experience of Euro.
pear travel, the pleasures of a sea voyager may
be within your means.
Passage money as low, as $115 entitles you to
the best the ship affords in food and service, full
enjoyment of all her spacious decks and attrac-
tive public rooms--all" the pleasures of summer
days at sea and carefree. nights.
The thousands who have been lured away by
the fascinations of unknown peoples and storied
places-professional people, students, men anid
womnen of affirs- you will meet them on our
cabin steamers.

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vvhin y, FBI, and SAT,, April 20m 2
"The Unique Event of the Dramatic Yrear"- . iY. World

OT.LL-FRIDAT EVE AT S
(With Mr. H~ampden in the role of Othello)
'TIlER1ING OF TRUTil-SAT. M4ATINE
A new play by Arthur Goodrich andl kose A. Palmner, based upon
ICobert Browning's "The Ring and the Book.."
A NEW WAY TO PAY LOL1DD OT-:AT. kViXC
(With Mr. a{ampden as Sir. Giles Overeach in Philip M- lssinger's sar-
donic comedy made. famous by Edmund Keanl, F. L. Davenprort and
EdIwin 'Boothi.)

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Plants

Corsages

Palms and Ferts
to Rent
FLOWERS BY WIRE
Cousins &Hall
611 EAST UNIVERSITY AVE&

Write today for our booklet- eYour 3Tripf
to Europe"- and detailed information.

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Mr. Hampden anmnounces that this will be his last visit to Ann
Arbor prior to assuming noxt September the lease of thle National
Theatre, New York, which from. that time on will b'ecome his
produicing headquarters.

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21.4 Majestic Bldg.,. Detroit,, or E. Kuebler, Ann Arbor, Phone 1384

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MAIL ORDERWSNOW
Mail orders accomrpanied by chck tor' niohey order ini al~r of the
Whlitney Theatre Avill be filled now in tine order of their receipt..
plealse enclose self-addlressed envelope to insure safe return of tickets.
Prices: Nights and Sat. MNat., $2.75, $2.20,$1C,11.

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T hr Nor folk Is oly one
of tw, many smart
t.pring suits we're dih.-
playing . All the new
tlrkcolors, $ 30 to

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We'ar a to coat during
<;prhng vac allon. 'these
are suited to the sea-.
sonl. Everythijig th~t's
new. From $25* to $45i

Here's one o lthar
Schiaff ter &1 Marx' new-
est for 'golf aind otAhix
shorts. There's a par
of knickers to naeidic.

Th-e ryFrc faGirl Who WiVe
aCii War. Bathing Suit-,
at First!.
If grandma were 'young, could she compete again~st the, flappei?"
Miss, Emmy Lou tried both crinoline and crepe de chine methods.

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L-ook your blest
wring vacation!

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EN wvant to look their
best when they go home
during vacation. Sometime
they, get the wvrong clothes.
These by Hat Schaffner&
Marx are right.' You'll know
it; Sol will everyone else.

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You'll find that a tray-.
eling bag is about the
handiest jpece of lug-
gaige you can own.
These are of leather.
All sizes. Black or tan.
$o to $28.
With a w ardrobe trunk
yon lwon't have a 11011-
ext's -worry about your

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