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Friendship, True FellowshipMark

AI.llN P FG Is

lJIUMIIII I ILUJ "riendship, comnraderie, the true!4
spirit of good fellowship-these a.re
t the things I note and most appreciate}
CLOD CONVENTION rationyesterday'
s EV ERAi1 HUINDRED) NI MSPAPBit. - of Marion R. Herseman, member of
__N .;'('0V F:NEi: g AN-N ARBOR the West Virginia legislature. He is,
O(04.BER 26 entered here as a senior at the Law,
-- - ischool. Herseman" is the youngest
jMARCOSSON'S LECTURE state' legislator in the United States.
FEATURE OF PROGRAM "Amsteull smuha m o
rjre enlaw cdol covet a knowlcd9E oil
_. w __ _the miwstern way of thinking andl

AUTO ROUTINGS TO For those whlo merely wis~h inform-
.-, S U O TANA LE sdnas to whih cities and villages
Go .. dC?; ermine the route, maps are enr-
loc in the lette~r retu rnet1. T .e,
fSneciazl bulletins giving in detaili a w. a routes traffic thsrou.gh the fob
satisnatorLpy routing for automiobile~s lowi ng communicmties, from Toledo:
from.IDetroit to Columbus have been Perry }burg,Boin Green, Portage,
lrepared by the 1MiJiga n State High- Cyg'et, Van Lm'ren, Ib'indlay, Carey,
v.Ta deartent nd ay e obaindftoy eH, Uper andusky, Little San-'
way epatmen an ma be btaneddusky, Marion, Waldo, Norton, ?Dela-
by writing to the department at ILans- w are, Worthington, and Columbus.
incr. Mihand eriosing a self-ad-_____ ____
drssed stamped envelope. The bullet-' Special rates for students at Y. M.
ins are preparedl in the form of a
"log," describing the route in detail, C. A. Sixty foot white tile swimming
together with a sketched mape. pool.-Adv.

VONE

A

PALACE 'OF S a,,VEETS

Just Ease of Vas Gas Station

xity Sponsrs Thursdy
M.1elvil e K St~ie; couci1 'of the EA~-
Ssociated er.sp, and, i fftimer general
mxranage ,wil be '~iFen te. first day
':of the conferenc-i of ,te Unver~ity,
Press club 6t Micxigan'to beield here
October 26, 27, 2, and will be the
honor guest at the Sigma Delta Chi
dinner Thursday evening. Members ofj
' the- Press club will be the guests of
the University Oratorical association
at Mr. Marcosson's lecture on "The
Changing East," to be given Wednes-
day evening, Oct. 2, but the confer-
ence will not start until 'Thursday.
General discussion as to the aca-
demic and practical aspects of the
Journalistic curriculum will , take
place at. the first meeting" Thursday
afternoon.,In addition, S. E. Thoma-'
pon, business .m nagr of the Chicago
'iTrbun, and'4 a..rMUchign, aumns,
'sill speal .oxna tpic of spealiter,
I'mt to the .business side of a newspa-
4cr office.
¢ .Sigma Delta Chi, national journal-
, stir fratarnity. aistkrAnl ;Aror; .spn-
fors the t, Th asday' eveiting, diner
which 4wia1, ,b Bald "ijnthe icgan-
Union Aiugriun,MVelvife .Stoe
~will be 1110no,gust , and:1 .pin ipa.
espeaker, and Prof. Fred N3. Scott wvill
act as toastmaster. Fielding H. Yost
will also be present.
Friday morning's program will
feature three faculty men, namely;
Robert M. Wenley, who will discourse
$,on the subject, "An 'Ancient ,to Mod-
erns"; Prof. John D. Waite, of the
law school, whose topic is "Newspa-
pers and Crime"; and Prof. Thomas
HIL Reed, of the political science de-
tpartment, who will speak on "The'
Press and Public Opinion."
Friday afterpoon will' be devoted to
'two or more program features, th
tfirst of .'Viich 'tl 'e the s eech of
#} resd t 1avi ' Friayof1 Mlvic xxgai
~Agricu1Mr fCo1 t ge, 'l iAwib o
special interest to the mn of th
eekcly section of the state press. Cas-
- lobe i# zor1t, ith 4jpeI nrjIly ,ra
through f le ieeita iewll'I pSnl;
~paper on 'tie suject oTf he'Jgrniiula
tion -of a code of journalistic ethics
urfor American newspaper offices. ~ri-
(llay nigh4 is the night of the comple-
lnetary dinner, given the visiting edi-
ors, by the University authorities, in
he Michigan Unionf 'wTan Presiet
urton will addres hi newspaper
lien on "Thxe Unive I4ogram."
Saturday morning will b' evoted tos
ransaction of, Press club business,t
nd to an inspection of the building;
peration~ ,of the nivprsity 9atr-
hegu is f F1i e t 'Ilkost at the'
During the"convention the Press
club members will inspect the pilas
for a proposed building to house the
}department of journalism at the Uni-
versity. Thy pans are the result of
two years of co~operation between the
University Press club and the "Univer
sity authorities.
President Arthur W.d Stace, of
Grand Rapids, has called au meeting of
the Michigan Associated Press editor-'
ial' association for Friday noon. This
organization is composed of the man-
s ging editors of the Associated Press
papers of the state.
SStuart H. Perry of Adrian, pxresi-
~dent of the Michigan Dailies assoia-
Ion, .(h larger .ailies of the state)
Wbas called a special meeting of tisI
ussocition for Thrsday noon, when
;a luncheon programn will he held at
the Union. President C. -A. Finch f
Monroe, has called a meetig, of the
Aylichigan League °of lloie~ a~
; smaller daily papers of the stte for
the same times. President F. D1. 'Ks-
ter, of Ionia, has ,called a meeting of
"the Michigani Press association, week.-
ly newspapers of the state, during the
conference. President Charles 'T. An-
dre'ws, of the. Students Press club,
campus organization, will aso con-'
vene his members to serve the confer-
ence in any way possible.

doing things, averred Mr. 1-ersemnan.
"Out here things seem mnore alit e. "'T
tbought seems. more spontaneou' thani
ixnthe,44st. I like the,'get-there' spir-
it one finds among the students." wwY
Mr. Hersem n was elected to ).
l g s a u e o ra e t V r i i in 12sh rl af e hi gr d a i n f o th!University of his state. W hile in the s
legislature he has been active in the ~
promotion* of measures aimed to bet-' p
ter education. His term expires Jan-
uary, 1923, and he will not seek re- 'Moir Iti . llersman~z
election as hie wished to complete his
law studies,"' he said.J Marion R. Hlersmnan, America's
"I have not decided :whether I will yongs state legislator, attFndts the
return to a political career after grad- ; Law. school.
uating," said Mr. Herseman, "anid I
will not be certain on that point un- D.II' hsbe onetdwt
til I receive my degree." D.unstyofetrascognnecewth
During the war Mr.' Her's lan serv- teUiest fStastr ic h
ed a a sec~.dlietennt f }e ~occuiation ;of, Alsace by: the French.
;f atry. 'Hie is, a mmber' of' 'Kappaiedh~~a
'Sigma, uation?.l frater~nity. 1' ncy uniersity,France.

BRUSHES--
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FLOOR
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PAINT
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STOVE
WINDOW
TOILET
CLOTHES
HAIR
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BOOS-- SEER AL KND
Off'GOOD VALUES

'HIS ISITTODA

Dr Andre P. Bouin, prod essor of
,medicine in the University of Strass-
burg, Ap~ace, ;ai~d kxnown .throughop.0
Europe 4s' Ta, le fing mnember ofi lie
medical profession, will conclude his
visit here as the guest of Dr. C. Carl j
1-luber of the Medical school and re-
turn. to New York Wednesday.
Dr. -Bouin is in this country as a
member of the French commission
brought to this country by the ltocike
feller institute for the purpose ofI
*studying American medical education.
The various members of the French
commission visited different promin,.
ent medical schools throughout the
country, Dr. Bouin choosing Michigan..

txrateiiizt~e Club 'to Jicorg-nnizei Tonight
IAll memnbers of the gradu tte schiool
afid their azi e : vJnie oat-
'tend 'the first meetinrg of the Cry dtate
club t be held at 8 o'clock tonight, at
13,arbour gymlnasiui. IDean .Alfred H3.
hlIo ,d of the. Graduate school -will
r t>Pelk t ,the ert nizat~oi A geneiral
ieorganizatib-n'of the 'societ+ will take
lc.Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
gsIIusr:RT Nightsa 50-75-.$1.00
MI GHIGAN Pop. Mats. Tues.,7hurs
Opposite Caillac Hc.tei Main 770
In~lar Hay's Brillant Comedy
, Romic, andI augbtcr Told in Gay
and (1Sp ark ling I.ie~
NEXrW Ei'K-"ETAST IS WCL.ST"

AND
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GOCEDAR OIL
LIQUID WAX
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LIQUIDVENEER
MOPPOIS

'John ~~e'DlotS.ei-Kna City CastI
FRIDAY and SATURDAYI
Twy.1Mtne ardylct912

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purchased. Baked xwith pork
in our own huge ovens after
the good old fashioned Bos-
ton style. They Tform a health.-
ful, appetizing, economical
bas.is for any meal. Try them
today at 12c.

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LA3 TIES TODA

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Bebe Daniels i."PIINK GODS")
CHM-4 N1 0RETUR NS PLAY'BY PLAY
SAT U DYAFTE 00K
COMING S'UNIAY
Theodore Roberts in "the Old Homestead"

Anee mi~eP. dramla of tile leader of
Smltne men, iwho ,,.,s lost; his don. Eveking
2:00 le, whl)o twav, founid;^ and his 7:00
3:30-wie, -wNho dd aot Jinowv. ' 8 :30
ALST. JOHN N "THE CITY CHAP"

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"LITTLE MISS SMILES"
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SPECIAL Mid.o-G 10 ATTRACTION
rCPLIMBUS.

MAIL ORD~ERS accomanied by remrittance in full a,,nd self-adilressed envelope
mill be honored in order of re~eipt.'31i1 SUTIE to spcif'y IICI performance
Saturday desired. Make all ,riitfmnces and send oviders to R. F. B3od a, MXaim-
ager Hartman Theatre, Colman us, Oio. Prices: 1.0,$.Ge, $2.20, $2 .Th In-
cl u ding tax.

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