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November 18, 1922 - Image 11

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mit him to arrange for the handling .
of his $1,800,000 estate.C
"No man going to the penitentiary eto LhTFtatOUNGmnPLANS
ought to have that much money," Jus- -
tice Thompson commented. Preliminary plans have been com-1
pleted for the annual fall band
TWIN CITY WOMEN bounce to be given Nov. 28 in Hill
TO ASSIST LEAGUE aunitorium, according to Carleton
Pierce, '24M, business manager.

iTvarsity banjo quintette will play.

Save your numbers for the Arcade display at Carl Bay's Arcade Jewel- Lost Sor
arber Shon's Christmas watch on ry.-Adv. ified ad

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Washington, Nov. 17.-The state de.
partment tonight announced -the ap-
pointment of John, Bassett }Moore as
the American representative on the;
International commission of jurists to
consider changes in the rules of in-
ternational law.. The commission is
being formed persuant to a resolu-{
tion adopted by the Washington arms
conference. Mr. Moore is now at the
Hague where th ecommission is sched-
uled to hold its first meet.ing Dec.
LLOYD CONTINUES FIGHT
Chicago, Nov. 17.-A move to obtain
a pardon from Governor Small of Il- I
linois for William Bross Lloyd, weal-
thy communist party leader, who with
17 others of the party have lost their
fight to escape imprisonment and fine,
was declared yesterday by Frank
Coineford, a special prosecutor, to be
under way..
The mandate, ordering Lloyd to Jo-
liet prison for fiYe years, has been
put in the mails, addressed to Sher-
iff Peters, of Cook county.
Chief Justice Thompson of the state
supreme court, last midnight denied
Lloyd's plea for a 30 day stay to per-

Howard Donahue, '24, and Bethany
Lovell, '25, will play the stellar roles
in a one-act farce, "The Scoop," writ-
ten by "De Joisey Boid" and Cali-
gula,"
Tie bill will close with the "Vic-
tors," rendered by the bnandl.
Badgers Will Install (:rid fG raplh
A "grid graph" reporting the games
play by play has been installed in the
Wisconsin gymnasium. Wisconsin
students were so enthusiastic over the
results of the first trial of the device
that the athletic board has decided to
purchase it.

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"Michigan-Minnesota night" will be
celebrated Nov. 25 in Minneapoils at
the Shubert theater, when the Bain-
bridge players will present "Nice'
People;" for the benefit of the Uni-
versity of Michigan League fund. The
performance is being given under the
auspicesof the Michigan Women's
club of the Twin Cities.
"There will be specia Michigan mu-
slc, decorations, and pep' to helprcel-
ebrate that Michigan victory," writes
Miss Dorothy Davies, '19, vice-presi-
dent of the club: "The Women's club
hopes by the presentation of this play'
to be. ableto make a worth while,!con-
tribution to the new Michigan League
building."
Tickets for the performance may be
obtained at the box bfFice.
Fall Games Oificluls to Meet
All student councilmen and other
upperclassmen who have consented to
help with the Fall games between the
sophomores and freshman classes'
will report at 9:15 o'clock this morn-
ing at the Student .ouncil office in
University hall.

On the tentative program drawn up
are included numbers by the Varsity
band, a marimbaphone solo by Bur-I
ton Hyde, '25M, and vocal selections
by Robert Dieterle, '=3M. Hortense
Hoad, '24, and Gordon Wier, '24, will
offer a specialty dance number, the

WE JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU SOME-
THING THAT EVERYONE IN ANN ARBOR
ALREADY KNOWS -

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SENTIMENT
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Engagement Gift. Of all gifts between loved one,, noth-
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its selection - of its color, cutting and brilliancy.
We specialize in the finest diamonds for Engagement Rings.
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they REALLY come back with the buttons on and with

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Most people don't believe that up-

tii they send their clothes once and see..

But when once

they know - well, that is why we have such a large

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THE best music is Victrola
music, for the world's leading
artists make Victor Records.
The world's greatest music
would be lost to most of us did
not the Victrola and Victor
Records perpetuate its beauty
for every one.
Let us send out your
Fictrola today. All models,
and prices, on our conven-.
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the People just Phone
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Midnight Sons Quartette
Native Hawaiian Artists
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48 Male Voices

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