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May 19, 1923 - Image 11

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~TH MICHIIGAN DAILY __

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Dry Agehts ratre YW, TO HOLD ANNUAL
ntains Of Mou"nIR Dew"? MYUEKFS hA
: ~ "Hand painted programs, special mu-
sic, and spring decorations will comn-
* ~ ~$~*~*.bine to make the annual May break-
~ .;.~ ~fast to be given this morning at Bar-.
''. hour gymnasium bythe UivrstyY.
y t .s; a IW. C. A. a novel affair. A breakfast
Y s of this kind is, given each year during
>. 3+; the MAay Festival week, for the putr-
;' .*' .~.. ~pose of the entertainmient of festival
... guests. Breakfast will 1)e° served at
. ~ two different hours, 8:'30 and.9: 30 o'-
% rs$ z?': :Clock.
$ 2#r'f { Avon Rich,, '23, Hope Halliday, 124,
and Josephine Connable, '23, will fur-
nish a continuous program of special
s: f " Imusic. Maize and blue have been
;,. f:: r $ I used as the color scheme for decora-
tions, and spring flowers will add
:::~ .::<>::.:.::.:::: ".; to the attractiveness. Groups which
have reserved special tables will fur-
.;;.'.. ...Wish other decorations.

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At Packard and State, where interurn'b
and State street meet, there is a cigar store
whose specialty is the best of cigars, tobac-.
cos and periodicals, coupled with a service
that means what the word implies. Stop
in some day.

Cigars

Ma zines

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Twio stills captured in Tennessee mountains neair Cha~ttanooga
Izzy Einstein and Moe Smith may~ be the -pize' hooch hunters~ of Ne~w
York but they have nothing on the Williams brothers, Victor. and Eli, :whose
pet objectives are the "Mountain Dew Fountains"~ of .the Tennessee -hills.
Th~ey recently seized 'two' giant stilly in the mountains near Chattanooga,
long 'a mToonshiners' stronghold. Because of the activities of Vic and Eli"
'mountain dew" is flowing less swiftly.

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play are as follows: Acts 5, 1, 2, at
,7 o'clock Monday in Sarah Caswel
Atgel hall ; 'courtiers, "retainers, and
amen-at-arms at 4 o'clock Tuesdaiy;
fiisat 5 o'clock Tuesday; acts 2

ASSOCIATION TWILL FELEOT
OFFICERS AT YPSILAINTI

RE EWARE OF' LETT'ING YOUR
DOG RUX ON FERRY FIELD
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I Dogs may be dogs andth tey 1
hav'e made use of the campus as
a laying ground, but no longerj
Iwill they b~e allowed to run loose
S on Ferry field. No longer will the
crowd~d grandstands have the
opportunity of whi s t1'g t I
'poor dog until the unfortunate
F cannine is at a loss as to his {{
.real friends.' In the future any4
dogs found ru~nning loose on anyC
Iportion of PFerry field will be cor-
ailed, penned and disposed of by
f the Athletic association. These,
jnmeasures may appear somewhat
jharsh, but so say's the "Grand
Old Alan,',, so it must be true.J
ICall off your dog or he may no
(longer be yours.

Mfrs. Zell Hark Deming
Mrs.' Zell Hark Deming, publisher
j of the Warren, Ohio, Tribune, is the
first woman to be elected an officer of
teAssociated Press. She. has been
made a ,member of the central advis-
!ory board of the Associated Press.
Mrs. Deming has been Irunning her
piper for 20 years during which time
she has not had a strike in'her plant.

Tobacco

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at 4 o'clock Wedne~day in the
of Harbour' gymnasium; acts
5 at 4 op'clock Thursday in Sar-
well Angell halls.a

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Senior Girls'
I Monday aft-!

All the tennis matches in the sec-
~ond_ roudare required to, be played
off by Wednesday, May 23., The nets
will be up all todlay for as many
nmatches to be played off as possible.,
Sigma Delta Phi will meet "at 10:30"
o'clock this morning at Martha Cook
building.'

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Members of the American Associa-
tion of University women are planning
Ito hold an annual .meeting and picnic
Saturday,1 May 26, at Ypsilanti. Elec-
tion of officers for the coming year
will take place and reports will, be1
given concerning the work that has
been accomplished by the organiza-
tion. Children from the training1
school will be presenit at. an out-door
pageant to entertain the guests. De-!
tails concern~ing the time of the meet-
ing will be announced later.
SUMMER'MONEYt
We teach you everything, direct you4
in your work and 'can a'ssure1 you of
'substantial earnings as a salesman
in> our big selling campaign which
starts June 15 at Flint, Michigan. See
Mr. Roab at Michigan Union Upper'
Reading Room 7:30 Wednesday eve-
ning, May 23.-Adv.
GIRLS-If you are inter'ested in,
selling this summer,, call 3221-J. any
afternoon' for appointme'nt.- Adv.
Smith '& Wesson .38 ICalibre Revolver.
for sale cheap. Mountjoy, 549? S.
Divisiel , tel. 2649-J.-Adv.

lulinian FaiscFati Thireaten Jews
Bukarest, May 18.-(By' A.F.)'-Ru-';
mnanian Fascisti threaten to kill Jews
continuing to attend the University of
Bukarest as professors or students.
Professor Rteiner was told 'by phone
he 'would be slain if he tried to resume
his lectures.
The Way to rent a room is with a

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freshman of yesterday
Last night you advanced a step
forward- in your College career.

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X"4rvuze me.uaiiy advertisers.

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PORTIA SOCIE'TY ELECTS
Portia Literary society held its semi-
'annual elections Thursday evening
in room 302 Mason hall. The follow-
in~g officers were chosen: president,
Charlotte Blagdon, '25; vice-president,
Elizabeth Vani~alkenburgh, '26;. sec-
retary, Elzabeth Liebermian, 125;
treasurer, Vera Kenaga, '24; Orators-
clboard del'egate, Charlotte Blagdon,
'25. Th final meeting. of the year
will be the annual plcnic which' will
be held~ Thursday evening, May 24, at
the fireplace.

Lovely Pattern ats, TPattern-Veils,
YYVeiling, Flowers for Ht-is or
Dresses
Gage, Fiske and Hart Sports.Hats

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years 'youi

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442et it-bcause it is such an im
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two of the Premier Sharpener on any knife or scissors blade
produces a keen-cutting edge instantly. Written guarantee
makes it easy to sell. Write at once for complete information or send
50c for sample, stating what territory 'you wish us to reservo for you.
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