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October 13, 1922 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-13

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The Illinois delegation to the Amer-
ican Legion convention at New Or-
leans, 58 strong, will go instructed to
support only such candidates for elec-
tion openly in favor of the bonus for
ex-service men. William Setliff, State
Commander Charles W. Schick, and
HARTMAN THEATRE
Columbus-Oct.20-21

which will include Bloomington's fa-
mous "40 and 8" band in its Parisian
uniforms, which have attracted great
attention because of its snappy ap-
pearance.

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$1,50
$2.00.

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Bloomington's famons "40 and 8" band, and iuserts,'upper left, State Commander
go; right William 0. Scliff, state ad utant, Bloomington; and, lower center, William
Commander.

$3.50
$4.75

MAIL ORDERS accompanied by re-
mittance in full and self-addressed
envelope will be honored in order of
receipt. BE SURE to specify WHICH
performance Saturday desired. Make
all remittances and send orderA to R.
F. Boda, Manager Hartman Theatre,
Columbus, Ohio. Prices: $1.10,'$165
$2.20, $2.75, including Tax.

V

HALLER'S

JEWELER

STATE

Charles W. Schick, Chica-
McCauley, Olney, ex-State

. .;

TU BETA P1 MEN
Calls Fraternity's Quest for Quality
a Solution of Modern
Problems
CONVENTION PROGRAM ENDS
IN DETROIT THIS EVENING
President Marion L. Burton, repre-
senting the University, gave the ad-
dres'. of welcome to the delegates of
the twenty-first national convention
of Tau Beta Pi at the Union yesterday
afternoon. . Forty delegates from as
many engineering schools throughout
the country were present at the open-
ing session.
President Burton emphasized the
necessity for quality in modern edu-
cation and commended the fraternity
for its work in promoting a higher
standard of scholarship among tech-
nical students. He said, "I am of
the opinion that American institu-
tions of higher learning must take se-
riously the work for which these in-
stitutions exist. A great many people
throughout the country are convinced
tat thi emphasis is not placed. If we
are to retain our self-respect we must
have an organized standing for just
what you represent,vthe highest
standard of work in every line.
"Need Quality"
"At the present time we are en-
gaged in the quest for quality," he
stated. "In America the quest seems
to be for quantity, the big and medi-
ocre. Quality is a spiritual thing that
is related to personality," he said.
In closing, President Burton said,
"There are splendid helps for an or-
ganization such as yours. Arms are
wide open for a man who can do
things the way.they ought to be done.
T.he present generation has more un-
precedented and momentous issues
than any other preceding generation.'
It is a challenge to an organization in
quest of quality. I believe in you and
what you do and' hope that you as
never before will hold to the standard
quality.
Offleers Chosen
At the short business session which
followed the President's 'speech, H
R. Howells of the University of.Call-
fornia was elected president of the
convention and Lee 0. Case, ;grad.,
the local chapter's representative, was
chosen as secretary. Entertainment
provided for the delegates yesterday
included an automobile tour around
the city and a smoker in the, evening
at which the secretary-treasurer, Prof.
R. C. Matthews of the University of
Tennessee, gave his annual report.
Past President John P. Fair, of the
University of Cincinnati, is also pres-
ent at the convention.
Today's program is as follows: 9
o'clock, business session at the
Union; 1 o'clock, members leave for
Ford Motor company of Highland Park
and will attend the theater in the
evening.

MIMES THEATRE

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Friday

- Saturday

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October 13-14

CARL

Cd"U SKY

IN

A ONE:ACTPLAY
AND FOUR OTHER ACTS

Reserved Seats Now
at Theatre

Admission
50c

Be

A serious warning
More Carefutl
in7Ordlering

AFETERIA service here
has only one drawback:
the tempting array of foods
often results in your over-
buying - and overeating.
Watch this. Order a bal-
anced ration. Avoid too
much meat. You'll get the,
same food value at a much
lower cost!

Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffuer-& Marx

Extra trousers give you

double

wear!

They 're included with suits we sell
A N extra pair of trousers with your
fall suit - that's the one thing
above all else to insist upon, for with
the added pair you'll get double wear
and' fewer pressing charges. As for
quality and style, you're protected by
the Reule Conlin guarantee of satisfac
tion - or money back.

Michigan
Cafeteria

argoyle Staff Tryouts Meet Today
All men interested in trying out for
the Gargoyle business staff report at
the Press building between 1 and 5
o'clock in the afternoon.

612 East Liberty

$3O

$42,

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Plain and sports back suits of
rich brolvn mixtures are in favor
right now with well-dressed men.
We have them here in all sizes.

A Complete

L i n e

of

Drug Sundries and

Toilet Articles.

The

Reule

Conlin

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Connor's Ice

Cream

Companiy
flar Street at Washington

Gilbert's Chocolates
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded

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