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April 18, 1923 - Image 8

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n~n should
'clock ot
assemhblyI

on treasurer. The secretary will be Al
Ofl McDonald and the mnaager E. C.
JJ/Iarvel Besdes the officers, the board of
directors includes Ray Dolph, .Lana
H scock, Guy Cross, R. 0. Donisteel,
Eugene Stein, and Russel A. Dodge.
Dodg;e is a University instructor in
engineering mechanics.

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'a - -i 9 Mr~e~ I!, ,vii irat.hon dancers whio touredI
I CKETSTOR PClHifI f L 'U' 11 rce ;i tes after they had one step-
IIJUL u 1e continuously in dance halls and
PH ~v-riivan for 68 hour°s and 40 mIiI-
B LI ON 'MI TODAY te, E l 's r 1ecord:1.

Tickets to the"Aciecs a Par-

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AT THlE THEATERS

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r"ty,;to be held MNay 11 in Barb)our :;ym-
nasium w «ill be sold from 1 to n o*-1
clock this afternoon in the nmain lob-1
by of the Un1ion. The tickets for the
formal party wvill_ cost $5.50 each.!
Engraved ivitations on which is emi-
bossed the Mtichiganl seal will be dis-
tributed With th-e',ticketS.
Three sets of tick~ets are being sold
for the dance. ~ach set h las a spe-.
3 cial color anld assigns its holder to
one of tie three luncheon sections.
IThose who were 'notified that they
E were put on the wrai1~ng list for ticets
'will report from 3 to > o'clc to-
morrow afternoon at the 1Union1 n-1
stead of on Saturday a requlr eed
Iin the notices sent out.byMa,17il.
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4 TTWEN'TY
w visualize
yourself at forty,
~without having~
employed the
habit of savings.

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In room
In~ pril.
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Arcade--"The Isle of Lost Ships,"
'with Milton Sills and Anna Q.
Nilsson; comedy and news.
Majestic- Poll Negri in "Bella'
Donna",; Buster Keaton In
"The Balloonatie"; augmented
concert orchestra.

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116 S. La Salle St. 42 Cedar Street
CHICAGO NEW YORtK

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mneets i
auditor-
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have been
twined at
ttponftd to

innextEUion
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I ,orpheum -- Mary Anderson in
lien Funk "Bluebird, Sr."; comedy and j
lien Funk, son of Congressmnan news.
Frank Funk, of Bloomington, Ill., and }
a student at Yale, has attracted at- { Wuerth -- Barbara LaMarr in nino oigcrls ols TeHr.
an authority than Dave Fitzgerald, ___
veteran referee, declares F'unk is the s
greatest amateur lie has ever seen.
NEIFIIC Ilu p
In Whitney - *alter Hampden int
?Qi 4 "Othnellc"', r lay; turda y
TO OPEN HR A matineein The Te Ring00L
r tut" and Saturd'Cay evi ing
-inl "A Ne'w ay to Pay Old I
Capitalized at $100,000 and incor-! Debts".
porated under the laws of the 'State
if Michigan, the Ann Arbor Financo IGarrick (D1-etroit)--Ed die Cantor
conipay, which is at present being in "Mkitnap"
formed here, will be open for busi-
ness by May 1. The purpose of thzis ' Slzrert Mi~chigan (Detroit)---
concern will be to discount purchase I Jseih AM. Gites presents I
money notes and to discount accounts "Take It from Me."
receivable for goods sold by mer-__________
cligmts. Accounts will be taken over,
on various types of staple coinmlodi- N Yi() R ;S!
ties, making their purchase possible Get the htighiest salary and the posi-
to both students and towvnspeople. tioa you waist as a teacher. Open-
Jay W. Pray, Ann Arbor bustiness unigs in all States. Ask for free en-
mnan, is to be president of the coin- rollment blank and list of Mlichigan
pany. William A. Taylor, local gro1'c- !graduiates placedl by us.
er, will be vice-president, and Mtiorris Specialists" Edire~ttional ithrau
Yarned, State street hardware dealer, dg-en Bldg. 'St. Louis, 1Mo.

BRING OUTER
t\F HBRN1
~ ~ - uoCoats,
FORSALE

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st'oped V ra Sheppard an'd Y? The .

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Ickets. on sale
today1 in the
uts and prices
oril are pot-
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architectural

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ibrary

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AT LOCA TORES
A J.TOWER.cQ
4>'BOSTON,-

Everythi nMadeFo
Made Recipe- s.
We care Demoinstr.ating
t IreF Line Allof This W
This is Your Opportu rai1
Our Hlome Made Good
Free Samples At Our S
of This Wee.

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Meeting of the
~nght inMa-
KazarinoNfof
mment and Prof.
mry of the en-f
Azarinoff spoke
ima of Double
Hopkins spoke
the Asteroid,
able at lluos

Work in which ,your
college career, counts

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Choose a life-work in which all you have
learned will count -where you will continue to
learn through association with men of high
calibre--where your education will be an aid in
meeting men.
Enter the inisurance profession. Insurance-
Fire, Marine aind Casualty -places you at once
in touch with big business men. Not only will all
you have learned be an asset but you will be daily
increasing your education along economic and
industrial lines. The Insurance business makes big
men. Choose Insurance as your life-work.,
The Insurance Company of North America is
a national, historical institution -founded in'
1792--with over a century and a quarter of well
earned prestige. Conservative policies and= de-
pendable service have been' responsible for the
gowth and for the constructive activities of the
Company in the development of the entire
insurance profession.

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Insurance Cmpany of
To ;Nojrth. America
JKTAI PEIPHILADELPHIA
=ASY r~oj r+Gand the
^4GR ne n"eO~L o .,~.Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
rew ow~write practically every form of insIrance except life.
a POSSJBLE'

Come iand Hear the

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Just Received

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SPECIAL_____SEAS
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BALLS
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Rackets e-strung

Victor Record No.
Farewell Blues--Fox Trot
Apple Saiice-Fox 'rrot
Victor Record No.
Buruhag, Sands -Pox Trot
Fall!in-,'-Fox Trot
Victor Record No.
V kl~foi Record No.

190:'2
19033
19034

Mitt Know)_ Yoiu fBe3long' #o Somebdy E ls-P+. T.
itfor Recoard No. 190-40
Huntgarian Rhla podyt, , o.-PrI(Ls)
Victor r d cal Recor-d No. 7481
-uN'?..i hasoy, 2 ! Pi rl.1 (iszt)
Victor Rd H ei (}sC'i'Ud iNo. 17480
POPLARVOCAL,
Yoif Know Youl eL~long tsio ;)4rSoi4tiboy Else
'When the Leaves Come iiiilun i
Victor Reord No. 19026
You've (Got to See alta E'rii'h
VcoReodNo?. 19027
No i 9ne loe) Yot: iiny e~vterThan Your

Maiy IDawn Yonder la 'Now Orle ans---Fox Trot
Umeareat- Fox Trot
Victor Record No. 19030
StiarlighltHay-Fox Trot
T.h'iink o Me-Fox Trot or Shimmy One Step

Paul . Altemaui and
His Orchestra
Thce lBensollOrchles-
tra of Chicago
The Virgl"1.11S
Thw Virginians
P'aul W1hiteinlan ad..
]is Orchestra
13iaiteunan and Orclu.
zeez(COufirey & Orchi.'
The Virginians
T he Vl rglulis
Beuiiainino fdgll
Igave 1Paderewskld
Herry Barr
Aileeuit Stanley-Billy
11u rrayg
Aileen Stanlley-Silly
Murray
Miss Patrecola with
Virginians
filly 3Iurray-~Ed
5111.1l1e, virginianls
Ailieu Stanley with
VTirgli ils

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MoneyCn Secure. And We '
Only thes Best MVateri als Obtal
able.
Don't Forget to Come in 2
Makes Us Prove WhaRt WeSa
Our New a,1nd 1Up -o -Date Pi,,
is Locaoted a Our NMain Store,
Wi2'll Be a Pleasure to Show N
What Wel Have in Store For Y
Qualit n Lo est Pril
Miain Store: 1.18 E. Liberty. 'Pihoi
Branch' Store: 721 E. Huvrotn.'Phol
Branch Store: 420filler Av 'Phop
Pi ncE Va iir Orders Earix

I)oi't IfihakitVou'll Be 3is sed

Victr ReordNo. 93
These are spealrelass. oullwant to hiear them-Come to

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