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June 02, 1923 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-06-02

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THE MTHA N DAILY

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mU. &CLO®S ES ACTIVITIES
The University Chamber of Comn-
mer ce held a banquet 'and lfinal mexet-
ing of the school yea.r Thursday night
in Lane hal, Prof. Edmund E. Day,!
head of the economics department,
was the first speaker of the eve-
ning. lie emphasized the importance
of scholarship, stating that business
men pay more attention to the schol-
arship of the prospective emnployed

than college students believe.
Blair N. Swartz, 23, spoke on-the
history of the Vniversity Chamber and
its future aims. Mr. Harvey Camp-
bell, of the Detroit Board of Corn-,
mierce, spoke upon' the proper pur-
pose and 'activity of a chamber of
commerce, and gave instances of the
activities of the Detroit Board and
that of the United Stat e O ii~nicr of
Commerce.
The IMichigan Song 13o(k --Doii't
fail to take one home with you .-

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TODAY ONLY

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"TH :E LOVE LETTER t
AND
REGINALD DNNY
IN
"THE NEW LEATHER PUSHiERS"

11:

FontuPens--of all -the bestsI "Jimmie" starts work early in
makTes jat: Wahrs Bookstore.-Adv. morning for, you and doesn't stop

the
un-

COMING SUNDAY
MARIEi PROVO&S
AND
'MONTE BLUE
I "BRASS

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THE LAST SHOT
At $500.00 will be fired To--day or Tomerrow. AFTER SATURDAY
YOU'VE LOST YOUR CHANCE TO work for the Fuller lBrueh
Company. The chance to make the money you need.
TALK IT OVER WITH BURBY
ROOM 304, UNION. TO-NIGHT AT 7:00

y'r James C. Dalmnin In hs "blaclz
shirt"
rayor James C. Dahlman, of Omnahia,
accepted the office of "grand lie-,
"of the Fascisti in America. This
aniaztion is not oflhliated with tbe
ssolinl movement in Italy. The
ils are similar to those of the Ku
m but the practices are different.
AT TUB TILEATEU,"

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LAST
TONIGHT
7:00 x- 3

11

once Budington
Kell and's

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8ereena-_Tod

*Arcade - "Back~bone"; comedy;
Universal news.
Majestic- Tbackeray's "Vanity
Fair," with Mabel flalin; com-
edy; news.
Orpheumi - Gladlys 'Walton, in
"The Love Letter" Reginald
Denny in "The Leather Plush-
ers."
Wuerth-Tom Mix in "Catch My
Smoke"; Monty Banks in
"Spooks andi Spirits."

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S';ATURDAY EVENING
POST
- ory th rccei ved such international
A :'cognitioa _Ifor h accurate reproduc-
bioll of the Lawxless North Country, it
abounds ill
Fight!..Loe! and
Thrills!.-That's-'

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LAST- TIMES TODAY

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Stage-- AL, Is wept.

MAYBT1 IT WAS HER BA'3Y "TARE;
=MAYB -!'ITW AS I-ERKSM11,E
MAYBE IT WAS HER ANGEL BYES--
M4Y BE!
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LOOS. OUT-- -

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company in

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Do you ktiow
why you~r den-
tist prescribes
'_ii1k of Mag-
nesiz for "Acid
Mouth?"
Ask us about
Mag-Lac
The Milk cf
magnesia
Tooth Waste
Large tub~e 50c,
lasts 11-weks

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Aticention, Girls
Here's a story ab'out the Boy who buys you a soda and
showing you a good time UNT11;?-tic accidentally breal
faithful garter and stands humiliated before the ONLY C.

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'Nvs ail , (frebl .Stro

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When a Womazn has .the Eye;
f an Angel and, the Souel of a
Vamj, ire-- --LO OK OUT!

i L~,S Poduction 0f
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NS-FLEECHER DRUG 60,
'3ii4 I. STATE
31 S. UNTv~ m

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Thacery

When women voluntarily tes-
tify to thc superior qualities
oll the Dutro Be-lle, tlwre must
be a good reason.
Duro Belie quality is estab.-
lished o. Wre want you to learn
_ for yourself. Try a few and
get the sat'sfae-
tiona that comes
withwearng the
guy tem by Mme
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MABEL BALLIN as BECKY SHARE

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-SUPPORTZD BY-

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Wihen ,Walter fHiersa
small - town Romeo t
a Jacqueline L~ogan for an
to ride at sixty cents
hour, t*hings begin to1
[EDY pen like sixty, too. It'

HOBART BOSWO3RTH
'HARRISON FORD
ELEANOR BOARDMAN
GE~ORGE WALSH

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