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November 18, 1922 - Image 22

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-18

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A5T., NOV.I, 1922

x When th S user has left Ferry Field
after the Wescanin game is ended, it will
be hi last opportuaity as an under-
gaduate to witness a Michigan team in
ar tionaFero thenhis thoughts will
tursn nasurally to that great sad evet-

Stadium wreekers de lust or a Michigan ---
ebarioteer resting his steed of tin 'ere
setting out on his pilgrimage to Columbus.

To influeneevoters is eon-
sdeed a egal error, assets puss-
ishable s by law, hut 'itli sueds a
elerk for register, list wiulnst
want to he influsencede, andI let
f elsehelass'"gos hansg?"
leading characters in the one-aet farce "Tile Scoop" n__A
to be presented November 2a in the Annual Band
Bounce in Hilt Auditorium.
w Edwin R. Meiss, '23,
who is the author of
the 19123 Michigan Union
Opein, "In and Out."
'' " The lyrics and music arc
-- i * as the products of his

Ann Arbor, thc town41
beautiful. If aoether ice
storm like this stirikesN" ;~r xU When winter comes, tine
here, geologists will beUno ta-omwlnt
able to recordi suffcent be as deserted as it is i
interesting data to enm- p c this picture, which was
pile a new tcxt book. Ala's- taken while the campus
Suggested title: "A Cam- /1t was temporarily trans-
pus of Ice" Photo by , potted to Columbus
Stone.) '- b (Photo by Stone.)

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