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October 26, 1922 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-26

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By

STON~E 'TO0SPEARK TON IGTj
e Cabinet AT PRESS CLUB CONFERENCE
Premier Bonar Law (Continued from Page One)
subject to be "The Press and Public
Opinion."
On Friday afternoon President Dav-
id Friday of the Michigan Agricultur-
al College and Casper S. Yost editor
of the St. Louis Globe Democrat, are
j expected to deliver papers on subjects
considered vital to newspaper work.
On Friday evening at the cc:nplimin-i
ary dinner, given the visiting editors,
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lichigan Union, President Marion L.
l3urton will speak on "The University
Program."
4W, reAll reservations for the banqaet
must be made by 9 o'clock this morn-
ing. Tickets will be on sale at Gra-
hamns bo >kstfre until that time.

ATTACK OF "FLU"
I.larry Kipke, '24, halfback on the
Varsity football team has a slight at-
tack of the "flu" and is confined in
the University Health Servile. Kip-
ke was out for practice Monday and
Tuesday but yesterday was not feel'
ing well and physicians advised his
entry to the hospital where he will
have the proper care and treatment.
His case, however, is not serious and
he will probably be in shape to start
the game against Illinois Saturday.
Try a "Daily" liner if you want to
get real results.-Adv.
If you lose your hog, a daily classi-
fied ad will find it for you.-Adv.

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Photographer to
Michigan Students

In 1851 there were 57 students in the Literary Depart-
ment and 155 in the Medical Department. Buildings
were few and scattered.

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Forest at Willard
Creole Pralines

Phone 2641-R.

For Michiganensian
Pictures
Phone 598

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)Iarquis of Sallsbury

Luncheon 12-2

Sunday Night Supper 5-7:30
Evening Dinner by Arrangement

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Afternoon Tea 3:30-5:30

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Students Supply tore

1111 South University Ave.

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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

CUSTOM TAILOR

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Tuxedos
Evening Clothes
Golf Suits
SATISFACTION

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Stlniley Baldwin Lora Derby

THEODORE ROBERTS

LINOIS PEP' MEETIN
SCHEDULED FOR FRIDLY
AM LITTLE WILL MAKE FIRST
P A lWT AIPEAANCE; BAND
TO B3E PRESENT
Coach George Little will make his
at public appearance before the stu-
nt body of the University at the
inois pep meeting to be held Fri-s
y night in Hill auditorium. Both
ach Fielding H. Yost and George
tle will talk at this meeting, giv-
some inside details of the 0. S. U.-
chigan game and the team's pros-
cts for' the 'present season.
rhe Varsity football squad willoc-
py seats in the ;front of the hall
oughout the entire meeting. Ar-
gemenits have been made to have
band present to lead in the sing-
and the new corps of cheerlead-
that officiated at Michigan's late
tory will call for the cheers. In
w of the exceptional spirit shown
ring the game, of last week, mem-
rs of the Student .council in charge
the gathering, look for a larger
nout than ever and are, according-
endeavoring to secure the best .
mni and faculty speakers to ad-
ss the gathering,
orsythe To Address Prescott Club
)r. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
University Health service, will
ress a meeting of the Prescott elub
7:30 this evening, in roonm 309 '4
Chemistry building. His subject
1 be "The Historical Conception
Disease."
he Prescott club is 'composed
efly of students in the pharmacy
hool. Raymond Morris, '23P, presi-
it of the organization, will presideI
r the meeting and the discussion
.ot something for sale? A "Daily"
ssified ad will sell it for you--Adv.
;t Something? Let a "Daily" class-
d ad find it for you.-Adv.

which follows. Admission is open to
the entire University.
Dr. Stevens Ends Ann Arbor Visit
Dr. A. B. Stevens, formerly dean of
the college or Pharmacy, of the Uni-
Versity, who has been visiting friends
in Ann Arbor and the vicinity for thej
last two months, departed this morn-
ing for his home in Escondito, Cal.
A REAL GOOD MEAL
CHOP SUEY - STEAKS
Everything good at
Ann Arbor Chop Suey
314 S. State-Second Floor
SIHORTHAND1
Beginning Class - October 30
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE
State and William Streets

Nickels Arcade

IN
"The Old
Homestead"
ALSO
LLOYD (HAM) HAMILTON
IN
"THE SPEEDER"
COMING FRIDAY
LIONEL BARRYMORE
IN
"THE FACE IN THE FOG"
COMING SUNDAY
NORM TALMADGE
IN
"THE ETERNAL FLAME"

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WLOOKINO
THE PART"

What happens when

you save?

The money you deposit in your bank is not stored away and hoarded.
Of course a reasonable amount is kept as a reserve, but a greater portion of it
is put to work. It builds homes, aids business enterprises, and performs the
thousand and one functions demanded of it by our complex economic system.
The money deposited in this bank serves a double purpose. Not only is
it of use in itself, but its importance to the welfare of Ann Arbor cannot be
over-emphasized. Our loans to Ann Arbor home owners and business men

A writing man once remarked
that the way to spend your
last dime is to split it fifty-fifty
-a nickel for a loaf of Ibread
and a nickel for a carnation.
He had the right slant on the
Value of looking the part-
though we don't recommend
carnations for business.
For most of us, looking the
part means wearing good
clothes. It's a kind of simple
statement that we believe in
ourselves.

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Society Brand Clothes
look just what they are
-.smart raiment, so
honestly tailored that
the style will last till the
fabric gives up the gh ist

,K REG. U. S%.J'AT.0PFy,
UGINALwIDE
ATER
r the name 'E.Z.*"
ou buy a vpide-web
tifles the genuine-the
garter that has no slides,
or bothersome adjustments,
ury and solid comfort.
t,everywhere, 'in single-grip and the
rip, and the E. Z. Sport Garter. Made
fe Thos. P. Taylor Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
ired by Leading Student
Silpplies Stores

give us a distinct role in her industrial growth.

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
"THE BANK OF FRIENDLY SERVICE"

Wadhams & Company
Two Stores: State Street, and Main Street

RESOURCES $5,600,000

TWO OFFICES

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