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Il IE. MICH-IGAN AL

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German Factions Solidly *Back
OFFICIAL DJL TNI br uoReparationsPlc
Bulletin is constructive noti ce to all members ofinA !I
rpy received until 3.34 D. m. (11:30 a. n. SahirdayF.)°

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3 FRIDAY, AP'RIL 27, 1923 Number 11 I
Lecture, Change of Dale:
ssor Theodore do Lagana, Professor of Philosophy at B~ryn
lege, will speak on "W'aste in Edcucaation" today, Friday, April 2?,
in . in the large lecture room, second floor of Tappan Hall.
e lecture originally arranged for Thursday, April 26; delay by ,a
ek has made the postponement necessary: The public is invited.

couple, Ori 5 cents ?for sn le aiisi- '+i91ibiHIII ilflthII i thIllitHiII ![II 9: Ei 6 91 9l3lI",3ii E~inn 10in m3f ili i91
in nay 1weotie from any iner-
pit f C}the Mority p -. 7hy .1R~lide?
Batoli, archa<eolog-istZat Rjomne uni- -a bis(anlterintl.' fesir J-iS wily eled by i:'ih
ver'sit, a 2nnoinces the discovery at _ 1...i,1 .,, 1oleg a . such1 Pl .iiieasure has been tahui.
1eenin the 'tus can birthplace of out o0ftthe luxur'Y classy"our CSh Coupo n plan.
the EmprorOto) of an :pcnint the-'
ater dating fr~om the second century.TH M LLION STA LE
after Crs.36E n t
toe 7 '26 E.Ani. _ - Fb
When you. have a wa.nt, call 96i0. ' IMI ;Ir 4ri"Nsr v1 t t a s '

re will be
Z.O. T. C.
the truck
300 yardsi.

firing on the outdoor range Friday afternoon. Truck
Office at 1 p. m. Firing at 200 yard range... Saturday
will leave the R. 0. T. C. Office at 8:30 a.i. Firing at
Every man will receive individual instruction.
F. E. C OLLINS,'
Capt. Inf. D).0. 11.

FLOWERS
Palms ad1Fern
MI1 EAS T UiEBI AVE.
I'ytll 1115,

FENTELGNN NEETD

Your banik should be sound, accurate and

efficient. But thiat is not enough.

Banking

service to be of the ms use to you shiould
be iaIso intellignt anud interested.

iniuugion for Rho Chii Prize:
The examination will he held at 9 o'clock, Saturday, April 28, In Room
Chemistry building. L. RI. WAGENER.
Iphi-Mphla Diu Freshman Debate.
The freshmien of the two debating societies,. Adolph! and Alpha Nuu, *
hold their annual contest tonight at 8 o'clock irk University Hall. The
ect of debate is, "Resolved, that a ,Federal Lawy requiring the nomiua-
of presidential candidates by direct' primaries tor bp;fheld simultanc-
yr throughout the United States should be adopted." The public_ is cor-
y invitedl. EDWARD RAIVSDELL,
Pres. Oratorical Assn.

jkft, C "1licelloi' Wilhelm C m~; rn: S, 1xesiodnEbert
Though Foreign Minister iron Rosenberg's llew pehi eCra
reiehstag is considered 'in the light of a bona flde x'prati ions p)roposa..l, t
deputies, representtig all parties in tthe debate whikh followved", lined up1
-solidly behind the Ebert-Cuno policy of continued as -1rss1 cei h
IRehr.
TE9 rk IMr. and Mrs. Terrin Long, Mr.. and
1, 1 BOM Mrs. Robert Angell and ,IVr. and N rs.

That is wvhat this bank tries to be.

FARMTERS -;& MECHANICS BANK

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- ISATUJRDAY YI
2 :0-'Veterans of Foreign Wars dane
ON 2 in assembly hall of the Union.
gam- at Ferry field.I
t :00--Thl D1elta Epilon dtinner InI
n should room 31.9 of the Union.
lock of' C :W~-leht '' Signia Rho dinner in mrom
4321 of the Union.

100 .TENNIS RACKETS

DANCE TOMO10LI?-OW
Both University and town w=.omen

FRIDAY
Law ifacIty lunch in privatte
g room of the Union.
r,. W. C. F~ord spealks In 'Nat ur-
[Once auditoriumn.
'ongTegationl stuident banquet
)ngregational church for Dean
I Sperry of H-arvard-Andoverj
ity School.
Peers club dinner In room 31i9

7::00-AlphA ~Tau Omega dinner in
room 318 of the Union.
7.30 -Decem'rerites meet in room 3161
of the Union.j
s :00--Pythagoreans -meet in room 302
of the Union.

will be furnished by TedBent'
orchestra. Tickets w hic i , 1H H1111 t11 DH hHH are $:1i1 9 I( i.a
1)OROTII Y R. LOWIRY --
I CHRPRACTR-
H fours, 1.0' m. Phonle 401-3

Visiting Musicians to Play at Union
Hiisted and Sorrestino's orchestra,
of riradford, Pa., which will play at
the Military ball tonight, will play
f i=o 2:30 to 5 o'clock tomorrow after-
noon at the Union, This dance, which
is being given b~y the veterans on the1
campus, is open to the ;public. .Ad-]
iss- ion will be $1. The same orches-
tra vIll play, tomorrow' night from
8:3 t ,o 12 at the Packard academy.

EVERY ONE GUARANTEED

are invitedl to take tea at the Chinese
tea room, which the members of Col-
leglate Sorosis are conducting this,
afternoon and tomorrow afternoon at
1501 Washtenaw avenue for the bena-
Ifit'of the University of Michigan Lea-
gue building fund. Chinese linen of
all kinds, rugs of oriental workmnan-
ship and design, jewelry and variolls
other articles of Chinese origin Nwill
be on display, which may b~e pur-
chased at moderate prices. Mrs., Jesse,
Reeves, Mrs. Joseph B~ursley, MArs.
}Raymond Kleene, Mrs. Henrly llates,
Mlrs. W. 14. Fdaust , Mrs. T. HT. lide-
, brandt and Mrs. Rene' Talannon Nvill
"pour.
Chaperones for the dance which the
sorority, is giving on Saturday eve-
( ning for t the benefit of the Leago
fund will include IMrs. 'J. A. StevN'art,

meet in room .302

lenir, JLiterary 0cile meets in
all.
sity Ihall.
litary ball ini Waterman and
it gymnasiums.

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