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THE MTlCHT1GAN ,DAILY

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Atftorne12y John H. drs
ihn H. Edwards, new solicitor gem-l
for the department of the interior,
ierly set an enviable record in tl~m
e position. of the post~ofilce deriart:-
t. He is an Indiana lawyer oil
E K S T O I N U R
posed O d n n e W u g I c e s
JP a s s e n ~g e r I s r ate n
)river's bond
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HHQVO S ST FOR-
HOD RHP H I PRI.ZE BI)ISCAP TY W E R T N
(ContN iur 'from Page One)
/Cn l il won the Lame 12 to 0, but the wrthy paper .and envelopes,
Px n ation r, - ~(~aewotyo ou red
v ('T 6 sictr a otteB gr la f b'p.Provide yourself with
cr iy i a re oegn at:z o in(: tl e WiiMs out c f the game a box. of ours and every note,
monninro 0o h le r rl Yu write Will bear the air of
bufl ng7hec, 1of10I edist n( ion and quality All
awardedn to the first ycar stun n fth i s rod fteccloirs and all prices.
the College of I'lrinn is ]nt.ec ea ;onu]] expected to be on
best~~i solti codb hn i atno i the;weathler 0. I), rORRILL
examinaion and UPO) ti C )l.-y i'(7 T . 'ente heae- 7Nickes Arcade.
mar' Te eamiatin 1 1 eJ~Mclods lat Sturday failed to
qstions con ;tenraX31 i fo . .(:h e flly 7t,00COO-,rsons away from [i~pir~r&Sainr tr
well as those on] s jcece. isi otI Oogue and today at least
the eonijpetition ~ill be 1 ad!e hnowfln c0 i)Ocare expect ed to put ian jlt is
nex)l)pparance. type)A
next_______________________________________ _______________________________________________ er I111111n . er in
. expel
s r~a B. E. Thrifty sayss Saving that f w
COM TO THE UNI N costs a mran's self-respect is mig}hty bl
poor economV1 . rleftpas
SATURDAY AFTERNONAPIL28pss
t thianegicnb teVetera &hs taste 1-1 When yol lI nb ladyo-or oil on you're O
Socrrestino Orchestra. newr odes lae n ocdtee bon
j$1.09 2:30 -5:009 -PU sT or
a.. Th1ere7's no en<joymenit i31, lu the ..boa
__________________________Season with soblethiing t1..11 lohsy life
lollllhlIll ii lEiqll1lIlIIHlI 111T.1 a laters bird inest po-rced on your
eind
- - a. Your Qef-wect is wo(r1 t1the utile a :-
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SEE THE .NEW CORONA TODAY

the newest dgvelopment An
writers-an otfW4 e typewrit-
e portable form~-yet so in-
sive that every home cani
one.
ED: The Stantdard Port-
Keyboard, with right an~d
shift keys, cannot be sutr-
ed for simplicity and swift-
of operation.
VEN'IFSCE sAutomatic Fi-
Reverse, Two Color Ribbon,
"a Wide Carriage (10-inch)
Clete visibility of writing-
yy modern imrhiovement. For-
language or techn~ical key-
:d at no extra cost.

STRETII;.oroina is bilt to
stand roughA usage - Corona;
have been dropped fomevr
kin f conveyance, includinai
areoplane, yet there is no 1te-
ord of a Corona. trame evey habv-
ing been broken?
SE RVICE RE*JOIIIY: Corona is
the only portable whose sturdi-
ness has been tested by 16 years
of use. More Coronas are in iuse
than all other makes of port-
ables comined1.
Price with case, $,5J.00. Otlier
typewriters accepted in part
payment. Easy installments if
desir'ed.

0. D. MORRILL

17 Nickel's' Arode

The Typetirraer and 'Stationery Store

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" . e3 r afas i{a t £ 11 3 Ec, f :3£J;'3 y s a ?3Gei k le lail8 a "; a&: 9iE: C19 0ae o c ia n n 4.
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'o improve the taxi service in A nn
or and give passengers a greater
gin of safety while riding in pab-
cabs, Harley AAW. DavidsonI, man-
r of the Black and W ,hite Taxi
pany will ask the common coun-
for a new city ordinan;ce regulat-
taxi operations. The ordinance,.
ic has the approval of three of
largest taxi companies in Ann
or will provide $5,000 insurance
a single passenger or $10,000 fogr
group, and a bond of $,500 placed
n each d!river.
Collected Data
r. Davidson has collected a con-
grable amount of da ta concerning1
operation of taxicabs in Ann Ar-
statistic's concerning accidents
w that Ann Arbor has/ had few:;
eks in the past years, but Prin the
es shown the passengers receive-d
dequate compensation fo;r their in-
es. The ordinance, Mr. avidson
eves should include a clause pro-
ng superviision over t_-'e taxiceab
ipanies i the city.l
Under the present ordinance cov-
ag the ohirationi of tax;icabs5, co 1-
lea are compelled to ca rry only
1,000 bond to pr otect pA? :STS 'grs
case of accident," said Mr. Dvd
Dai-"That is not sufficiently safe
protect passengers. B;ecaus e vwe
e escaped serious accideants in Ainn
o0r of I,- eurCe;.ul t
smash-ups which ar-e likl'y to
ur under the present ordinance.
Should Corry iurn
A.:nn Arbor -should hv ea r<< .-
oconmpelling taxi operain.Ig corn1-
ies to carry $,0 nsrnaot
ingle passenger, or . 10,000 coy-_
ge for any accident. Th.en a$5}}00
Il should be placed upnon e~ah
v_ r to insure a better clas s or m(n 1
that job). The data which I havze
coted from well-estalisahed taxi
«panies will be placed[ before tlhe'
[;-.on council as Conlclusive evi-
ce that further steps aeneces-
yas precautionary measures."
11' know we are right, w henr it
nes to clothes. 1'yer's.-Adv.
50 and $10.00 Crawford shoes spe-!
ial at $5.00 Saturday. Davis -Tog-
cry Shop, 119 S. -Main., Adv.
Babson Institute seeks fifty men who
will apply themselves for one or two
years to an intensive stundy of busi-
ness principles. This will include
daily discussions in small groups di-
rected b: men with year s of business
experience, and conferences with
active factory and oflkce executives.
This p ractical. background bridges
the gap between university training
and actual business ,practic~e. It fits
you or an extecuti eposition.
B~abson Institute, an edu.>cational n- f
stitution endowed fo-r the purpose of
fitting men for executive :e~ponsiil:-
ities, invites you to send for the
book, "Train-ing and Business Lead-
ersh.ip." Write today. -No obaligation.
;abson5Institute]
Wellasley W'11,it 3s, S f ) MafSS. P

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BLAST IM1
TONIGHT

Whe SoppigDwtowin
Students when shopping downitowvn have found the food
at the Xarolyn Kitchen delicious anid satisfying. in the
hot, weather of summer you will find that cooling salads3
and 4dainty ;andwicehs secured heire are just the food you
require. A trial will convince you.

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From the World-faiaous Stage Sut-
cess ty Horace Hodges and T. W. Per-

STARRING-

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THEODORE t,.ROBIERTS
In his greatest of all roles

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MAY
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and
CONRAD
N.AGEL
rgreat* Paruanmint
Cast

KAROLYN

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Pleasrant surroundings

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Tuttles Liunrch Room

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338 Maynard St.

South of Majestic

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SEVE RETSMSIN(E'TSi tA-F 1OF ACTION,
51IYVERY T'II ES, 1EA Th E FYIUN G STUN. TS AND I) UP110 RI

W'e call hones,'ly .sh;? tAtfi - "S,,,y at
greatest ue-caeyhi screen

N posiively the
history.

Are you in trouble? Tell Grumpy. Are
you in love? Confide in Grumpy. Hie's
the grouchiest;. wisest, most lovable
here you ever saw on the -screen.
He was just a rich, profane, old 'man
with a terrible temper.
Till a slick young fellow stole a $400,-
000' dMamiond 'from him and tried to
steal his pretty, granddaughter.
Then Grumpy m~iled and camne to life..

'JAT1LNEES

T (.lAiciy... 2

C earTaix ... . AIL.

FE°ENINGS
All seats .. .. 4 i
War Tax .O0Jc
Total . 00
Kiddies, 1)c

--ALSO'-
LLOYD. HAMILTON
EXTRA! EXTRA!t

COMING :SUNDAY:

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day in and dlay ot

( 0OI(II GSUM)AY

ON THE STAGE
* ORCHESTRA
with
SKIN YOUNG
BrandNeStgAt

I'PARAM^,-'OUNT SPECIAL
"ThEGLiMPSS
R iOF THE MOON
t w t hTWE D A N I E L S
and
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Liss lacDonad will be
seen in a r ole ulever be-
fare attemipted and wtill'
instanrtly -vini your ap-
proval. BE SlRE TO'
SEE TIS UNITSITA;L
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