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November 25, 1922 - Image 11

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Annual all iEvent to Hielp. Defray
11J 1tses of Bland~ For
Year
Q0JE ACT FARCtE (OFFERJS
VARIETY IN' VZOROdA-1
Plans for the annual fall Band
Blounce, which will be giv en Tuesday
in Hill audtoriumn by the Varsity boandr
to help delfray the current expenses
of the organization, are nearing con-
pleti~n, only the finishiljg touches be-
ing . necessary before the~ presenta1
tion-ofthe programi.
On the bill are three numbersb'
the band, each a collection of 'coinpo-
sitions varying from Michigan songs
to Spanish rhapsody. Burton Hyde,
'2611, will appear on the program with
a inarimbapJhone solo;' Hortense
Hoade. '24, and' Gordon AWier, '24, will
do a Rusin dance; the Varsity ban-
jo du ntette will play; and Robert
Dietere, '23M, will render vocal se-
lections.
Ay 'a departure froift- the musical
nature of thie remainder of thie pro-
grain, IBethany Lovell, '25, and How-
ard D~onahuie, '24, will co-star in a ones
act fare, "The Scoop," written by
.De Joisey Boid and Caligula," r
The band will close the progr~am
with "The Victors".
Last season the band made an ex-
perimental concert tour to forM
gacities~. Onaccounit of theMunu-'
ual success of this first trip, on which
all fou~r 'cities asked return engage-
nients, the band contemplates taking!
a more extensive trip this spring, and
plans are under way for all itinerary
which.'will include eight cities in four
different states. It is primarily in an
effort to finance the contemplated con-
cert, tour that the Band Bounce is be-
ing staged.
Tickets will be sold, starting Mon-
day, by teams assigned to the var-
ious districts of tie' city, and will also,
be on~ sale in the, State street book
stores, an~d on the campius. The tick-
ets will sell at 50 and 35 cents.
Cl'vii Serivice Appjlcat ns Isued
Applicants for :Unite. States Civil
Service examination Dec. 13 and. 14 .
here for Junior engineer and deck of-!
flcer under the United States Coast
and Geodetic survey are directed to I
apply to 'the secretary of the local
Board of examiners at the postofficei
or' at Sta~tion 1, Nickels arcade for the
necessary blanaks. E~xamnations for
these poitions have been held, several
times during the past year,"'without
producing a sufficient number of eli-1
giliesto m~eet the needs of'the serv-
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Varsity Band

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PROF. SADLE FAVORS

BI One of- nte inrter c:V n'pha es of thie
. SHIP SUBSIDY L (-uestion, accorii g to Professolr Sad-
let-, is the fct tha t the farm "loc,'
l ) (' A I E S P I Q P S E ) E A U R n d f a r m ,g r a n ge s a r a g n t t e a
9d1:.° w 1' N 9 RtALei bill, whien as a matter of fact they'
Is tllPPN( ' will be the clas s mos-t directly be ,-, 0
efited by the passage ofsuch a im;as- --
"hip subsidy is one of the few tire. Ili normal time s by farthtie
means of dLeveloping our shipping so Iof cfarrrp iiielroct\ ,
that it eanl adeluatply compete with a wider inarlhet is developed, sulus 1lL'
1 ignations in 'tehat will soon be fa rmin)W ,c 's c(<<n1b1)0 (liSCd o'
thle 'gratst comueotition' for worlds'labroad tints, avoiding foddmres
tra de:thathseeeitd, declaredI with the consequent low pries in. this
1'rof1. llcrbct (. Sadler , head of the country.
departmnent of imariine engiroering,' I 'is unf2ortunal te," Zlhe s ad 11"that
yesterday. the wor'd .'subsidy'hasalysbn(
"The so-called ;hip subsidy bill attached to anylt ting latn t
which P'residlenrt 'Hard tingis 'bringing m ierchant marine. W e cAlli l other .,
before congress has attraIcted a good fermjs of subsidy, 'lu rotcti-e tariiff'. IT(
deal of attentlion and , in some guar- is, i.; realjity a subsidy tol labor, o.' in
ters, opposition for variouis readsos-mrecu1phoinius i 'ms a rot'ct ivE BT
mostly .politic-Al," hie said. "A good tariff' which cauises oar High(r,,cages .
(1teal of Ithe opposition is also b)ased andI standards of iving as ('oinpared-i -
upr4 m misconception and imisinforn'a, wits other countie. 'We 'protect'
tion, or a lacy, of knowledge of what. everything that goes into the mI-11~l( a~drt ecatmrn en o fcueo h ; ao
tile pIC{ple of this cool tiy'.tenal, and , ,Ish is bui'lt elo<:,;
Diring the war, the, goods piled up her wvit% a 11; h1op)eratinrg ('(t or the
onl the 'Atlantic seal, oard in enormous
(quantitieos, all because we were forc-
ed to (depend upon foreign ships for I~ir 4' . t tJIMO cE iorovres oMn
uroesacomrce. Even inl ol"1 -,r,:1,-1r1 , -dA4_ -

'tati'on and where this is inadequate' or s;
.xpensive, trade condlitions aire bound.,e

ame rejsons, and yet send her ouit to Michigan Daily and Crimes for $4
-ompete witli the foreigner w~ithout _
n~y 'prote ctioni.'"
- Irving Warmi~ots, UD S. C.
B, sand Meet Today ' CHIROPODIS'T
M emb~ers of the Vairsity- band will 706 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
ssemble today in. front of Hill audi-j
'oriumn to play durinig the 'receiving' Phone 1746-J
f returns from the Minnesota game.

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SHUB1AERRT li~ht s 5-75"51.0x
~ C H I1GA Npop. "W'ats. Tuo:.,Thurt
0osite Ca dilac Hlotgl Main 771
TH BONSTEL LE CO
In JIran A rt'II-'aIi's Comedy
"CALL THE DOCTOR"
Sonnethingr New-A Doctor
of Domestic iViff;c~e
tARR IC ' Nights 50C to $2.5,
Wc1.Mat.FOCto $2.1t
Sad. Mat. 50C to $201
Direct from t0eN. Y. Whrter'Gardeh
Zeliz . S I if .I9 2 2 I1 J c
resents La
VALJrSKA SORATT La
3rcnddl and Burt, 1Mi'lgie Miller, Sam Hear
'Llora Hoffm,'n, Others, 'lnd 2
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diiajzy, tizzes Wve are at the mercy of
I our com pet itors for the world's
trade. "One of the, mini costs of do-.
iing iusin ems is the itemn of tranispor,-

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Almn Michigan Men every-
where i-othe following message
recall1s many. hapipy (lays,
for that call hias been-sound-
ed1 by thjousan Lds of Michigan
Alumni for a quarter century
on the Corner"

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J01111 W. Lawton, 9'0-1
Who has been called "the dean ocf
allJ university Bjrun, majors" by ell-
thusiastic alum~ni who have seen him ,
in' action oil Ferry field this year,
This is the second year that he has
been the field marshal of the Varsity,
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MEAN ANYTHING
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Our Kitchen was
that passed
A- J. State Inspection.
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of hedayi te soliclae..t all-_
its enrinethandtbenefitsng Bepsure
ielioma ito a ifore ou hvthe,
one instrument which the greates t
artists themselves have chosen to re-
produce their art. x

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"TheQuarry"
-Drag and 'Prescription Store
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PROPRIETOR
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JO' B 1ilions more now can see -- what onlyea fe were thrille(
it I mto read in the Satur~ay Evenngpost.
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I "WHITTE I, OIDE DAZZLES WITH DRAA--WITH RO-
MANCP, AND T IlE IN'1TIPEOF sOiUTHIERN vCOURITSIP1
o: - A T ! ' A 'DI C K I E R E A D R I O K T O M F O R M A N
f .E(N06RA31S -----A ,.,uivhiiie Cmey - IICESTRi
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SATURDAY AFTERNOON
ishi innesoa
FOOTBALL RESULTS
?) P~~ y play on iniature/ grildron, movin~g football, scoreboard , etc,
'spreciali leased Wire t)age. I adtion toabhwe phiotoplay progran
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The Fountain "Pen 'w h the Little Red 'Purnp-Hande
The Dunn-Pen, "because it has no
rubber sac, holds several: times
more ink than any rubber sact
self-filler of the same size.:
You pump it full with
the Little Red" Pump-
Handle and it will
write for a month.
It cleans itself
as it fills. The Diunn-Pen never clogs or leaks.
It has only four major parts-nothing
to get out of order. r
Unlimited guarantee of absolute satisfaction
with each .Dunn-Pen. 27 styles (hard rubber
and transparent .bakelite b.Arrels), $2.75 and up.
0. D. MORRI L
lak DEALER
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Let us help you select your Victrola and
Victor Gift Records. Our stocks are corn-
plete. We are open evenings. Do it early.

How often do you hear that, expression.!

Lt uso-d to be, in ths days of long

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ago that a washing machine was considered a convc-'iience. Btt not so any.
more. Unhappy and unfortunate is the wotuan who now-ra-dtivs falls heir
to a washing machine.
THE BODERN AY IS TO LET A AUND Y
They are equippedl to do it in an efficient and grope. manner. ' liehave all
the facilities with which to work and so what may lie drudg ry to ti e house-
wife is only lay ,to them.

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Axed that is why less and less students are sending their laundry home.

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are one of those ,who still hold to the old, outgrown custom' of sending your

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laundry home, we ask you to stop and think it over.
view of it will tell ,you to send your laundry to us.

A good common sense

Annual Fall

$SBUD" DIETERLE
GORDON WEIR
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HORTENSE HOAD

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Varsity Band

Tuesay, o'v,, 2

WE MEND AND DARN,
CALL .FOR ANAP
DELIVER

ONE. -DAYO SERVICE
ON REQ UEST.Y

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BURT HYDE

A "one-act Far'ce Written by the
JOISEY BClD
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Hull 'itoriut

The White Swan LaundrydCo

Tickets

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35c and 50c

INUFF SED'

TPUT YOUR DUDS IN OUR SUDS"

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