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November 19, 1922 - Image 2

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GE TO ' THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUxnDA " NVME

Y, NOVEMBER

CHI PSI WINS CUP fin a
FOR DECOR ATIONSNesOTh 'a
CliiPsiConstantinople-(AP)-The Sultan
ChiPsiwasawarded, the cup yes- I is said to have told friends he would
terda~y for the Kest decorated house keep his throne "until removed by
in ',the' contest conducted by the Stu- force."
dent council and' the Ann ArborI Budapest-(AP)-Tile Hung a r i a nu
Chamber of Commerce. Honorable
mention was given to Delta Klp# Fascisti organization has been inter -
1Epsilon, Kappa Nui, Delta Upsilon and dieted by the government, dlue to anti-
Ph Det:Tea Jewish movements cat Mosom.
h eltjudgeta.r ro. ml or
ofThe collgeofwrhietro.EilLrch Washington, Nov. 18.-President
of thRoliegassisanthitocthre, pr. i-Harding has not changed his mind on
Entbinastndto.'S. els, of thethe subject of prohibition, it was said
Btu-Maize Blossom Shop.atheWieHueody
- 1 Berlin-(AP)-The press says the
$2.ei() ANT) $8.00) TICKETS I American election shows the Yankees
FOR 11j NNkSOTA GAME GONhE still aloof, and -that the' Democrats'
increased power "is not likely to
1Minneapolis, M~inn., Nov. 18.-All change this.
$2.50 and $3.00 tickets for the Michi-
gan-Minnesota game Nov. 25 have NINE MEN ARE INITIATED
been sold'througli mail olders, it :was INTO PHIl DELTA KiAPPA
announced by athlete authorities late
yesterday. The demand for tickets in (Continued from Page One)
advance of the game has been so great a very prominent figure in education-
that al of them for these sections al circles; and Prof. F. N. Freeman,
have gone- out. Requests are still head of the department of research of
coming in. Chicago university, is an authority in
- his field. Educators from all over
W('rks Thiroutgh School, IHelps Familly' Michigan were also present, making a
Minneapolis, Mi., Nov. 18.-Tak- total, attendance of . more. than 0
ing, first place in the intelligence tests men.
given t~o 1,200 entering freshmen in Protest Editor's Dismissal
addition to working himself through New York, Nov. 18.-The entire staff
kcollege and supportingr mother andofte"ess"heumr agzn
sister, is the record of Robert Thomp-cfte"ser"tehmr agzn
son, 22 year old member of the fresh-'o oubauiesthsrsge
s ;.in protest of the action suspending
Fman class.. Corey Ford, '23, editor in chief, for
i I the publication of his editorial en-
Spaulding Sees Wisconsini Ganme titled "The Metropolitan Champion-
Coach Spaulding, Minnesota mien- ship.
tor, sat in the stands at Ferry field -
yesterday afternzoon and saw the 0. S. U. Has 7,104 Students
Wolverines emerge triumphant in the Columbus, 0., Nov., 1.-The total'
Badger game. enrollment at Ohio State Universit~l

this year numbers 7,914 with 2,206 Dance at Ypsi every Friday even-
women sutdents. ing, 8:X30-Adv.

MO!RENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARB3OR BUS
Schedule in Dffcct October 18, 921
Central Tim~e (Slow Time)
D' x x D
P.M. A.M. P'.M. P.M.
2:55- 6:55 Lv. Morenci .Ar. i:35 4:35
(Hotel)
3:45 7:45 .. Adrian .... 2:45 8:45
4:15 8:f5 ...' Teciunieh ... 12:i5 8:15
4:30 8:30 ,.." Clinton ... 2:00 8:oo
$.t5 9:15 . ~Saline . ... iIt 7:15
5:45 49:45 Ar Nnn ArborLv. 10.:45' 6:45
(Court House Square) A. M.
D-Daily. Y-Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian j-45. leaves,
Ann Ar-bOr 4:45:
JAMEiS HlL LLIOTT, Proprietor
IPhonla 926-M - Adrian, Mich.

Industrious men and women want-:
ed to retail the. genuine Watkins Pro
ducts in city territories. Exceptional
l opportunity to tie up with oldest and
largest company of its kind. Our
hustlers' average income is $1.10 an
h our. Are you doing as well? If not,
1write today for free samples and par-
ticulars.
STHE J. R. WATIN 009
Dept. 82
1 f'1Tf' IM A '1MINN.

DR.'''W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PI#YSICUN
616 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office'. oar Phone j
9.142; 127O- 821-pi

DOROTHY B. LOWRY
CHIROPRACTOR.
60~6 1st 'Nat'l Bank Bldg.
Roars, 1-$ pan. Phtoie 401J

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HOW HIGH A PRICE?
King Richard offered his kingdom .for a horse.
It's not necessary to give so high a price. We
have plenty of well-trained saddle hoarses for
hire at $1.00 per hour, and our cash-coupon" plan
makes them even cheaper than that.
TH F MULLISON STABLES
Est .Ann Phone 8 7

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STANDARDS
In the cleaning of clothes there are
many STANlDARDS, but, prices being
EQUAL, the P U B L I C demandst the
BEST.
The man whose standard in clothes
cleaning is quality is the one who is on
the road to success.
With the Swiss Garment Cleaning Company supplying him'
with that type of 'cleaning, he has "'othiingX more to wish for in,
. othe cleaning line.
We make a specialty of velours, silks, etc.
ENERGINE is the only solvent that brightens the cloth, and
lWves no' odor.

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For your dinner today:

One, of the best
rneus ever!

FA 1RE stretching several
'rpoints to _make Sunday
dinner "one of the best by gv-
ing even a greater variety
than usual. The iinu' s as
complete as.c an be iag-
fined-; 'the prices are at their
usual low level.

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and
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SPORTS COATS . . $19.50 to $ 59.50

DRESS COAT. .. $29.50
EVENING GOWNS . $27.50
SUITS ... ....$25.00
SIJJK FR OCS.. . $22.50

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