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November 26, 1922 - Image 2

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____ ____ ____ ___THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"I W A NCH ER--

IThe council committee which" will quarter with a 38 yard run that nm y call for them at the time which l nterurban Czar burnis to Ground
arrange for the different phases of the threatened a touchdown. In desl~era- wil be announced in Tuesday's issue Short circuit in the trolley man's
celebration are H. Liverance, '23,: tion the Maroons hurled passes to all of The Daily. booth caused a w«estbound car on the
George Hoffmnan, '24, G. F. Young,' corners of the field in the closing n- n- Detroit, Jacksoni and Chicago rail-
I '24D, J. A. Rice,='24, C. A. Campbell, utes, but the Badgers pounded them'C RAM A)way due in Ann Arbor at 7:50 0'-
'24E, R tom. Kdams, '23, and C. w and kicked out of danger before the clock Friday night, to burnti) to theD
Rice, '20 The arrangements were Chicagoans were within striping dis- Igr1 A VAM RTUN between_ Ypsilanti and Anni
laid out at a special meeting of the tance of the goal. Arbor. Traffic was delayed until 1
Student council held at 7:15 o'clock More than 3000 Michigani rooters, (;clock Saturday morning. The eec-
last night. Banid Contributions to 1~e Rth'undiedl assemblled iu Hill auditor"ium nester-, tric wires weA re burned in two lbut no
Those students who gave money to I(day, afternoon to cheer the Michigan ione was injured.
WISCONSIN TEAM BAT 1TLEShl edtebndt inst i team's victory as seen on the Grid: -
i CHIICAGO TO fir-SCORE TW I' raph. The band was present in full, Pavlf; Ieftjre : i Edwardslmrfg
____have their contributions refunded to uniformiandi William Firank~hauser, Proj. C. 0. Davi s. oft the School o,
(Cnine ro ae n) them sometime the latter part of this '24L, led the crow d in the cheering. 1 dcucation le'v erIed an extension
te Baglne, week if they will go to the Snudent lcueFia n~wrsu
couciloffcedngherecodlfoorof Lose something? A classified, in______ ____
In te lat qarte Coch SaggUniversity hall between the hours oz the Daily w ill find it.-Adv. Mcia al n hmsfr$.O
played' his trump card and sent Micndg3no'clockanondaymafternoon.and
JonyToahsgetpugn n 'lc odyatonadfull back, into the game to replace sign up for the amount that they con -__________________
V orn. Thomas had little luck, how- tiutd .IVICWA.iltS, gD.S.C. 11 SLEPxNYWARBU
ever and, the' Badgers smothered hint The Student council will total the E AT T REAP
before he could get started. susrpioswtHhemnyonhnEHRO O IT J CLUB LU1. +{1ll
PihVl-,k1 Thrills Croivd, and then will divide it up as itw s 700' frst Nat. BanLIk Bldg. '10. Arbor Street
Pulaski, the Wisconsin end, thrill- given in. Thle money will be p~laced 1n1 Phaone 1746J lI Near State and .Packarxd Streets
ed the 32,000 spectators in the second separ'ate envelopes and the givers I_________________

Latest photograph of Michigan's Varsity band, takeni recently in front of Lane hall. This
o ,anlzaition will appear infx ull force at the annual fal'l Bzc Bounce TFuesday in H-ill auditor-
him.

SCHOOL OF
DANCING
Private Lessons in
iiALLET DAMPI tG
ORITENTAL IDANXCING~
AESTHETIC )A7 CBl'
MODERN
BALLROOM DANCING
STUDIO:
2ND FLOOR CHUBB HOUSE
PHONE 2325-M
JEANETTE
KRUSZKA JOHNSON
Instructor

CAL AND

CHy-IOICE SELECTION OF

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SEE OUR

II fl ID S 24, w.ith Gordon Wier, '2-, will theni
II ~give a Russian dance. After a second
0 -N B6 EE HIS goupby the band, Robert Dieterle
YAWED ~ A Will render abaritone solo.
P O~ ~farce "The Scoop," writtenr by De
Annual Entertaiz>nment Tus day Nigh , joisey B~oid and Caligula, in which
Wll.Iinclude "Iu lc, Ihlkiucing, two former "leading ladies" in cam-
(3nea ct Fasre pus dramatics -a'iil play the stellar
roles. Bethany Lovell, '25, who play-,
_ N E cd the leading feminine part in theI
VARSITY JAN~W F 1i 1 '.(H Ik Comedy;club ]play, "Arms and the
W!D RAGE F SJJE'U fl an," last year, and Howard Dona
hiue, '24, who was leading lady in thel
-Numbers by the Varsity band, thel Union opera last year, will play op-I
V arsi ty banjo quintette, Burton Hyde, posite each other in' this farce.
'25-1, raid Robert Dicterle, '23M, are l After' a number by the Vasity ban-
in~cluded in the program of the annual jo cluintette, the band will finish the
fall Baud Bounce, wrhich wuill be giv-j program with "The Victors."
eTusanihIn ll uioin.The band will start the perform-1r "Martha Ann Fruit Cake" for
antce w it h four numibers of varied iin- Thanksgiving. Tices, 117 So. Main
terest, ranging from classical to po- St.-Adv.
puilar selections, under the direction 1- -
of Captain Wilfred Wilson, Burton Martha Washington Candies. Fresh
Hfyde's mairiinbaphone solo will be the every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. 1A7
next nnmnber.; and H1ortense Hoad, S. Main.-.adv.

THOUS ANDS WILL
GREET THE TEAM;
(Continued from Page One)
es will be directed by the Underclass I
Conduct committee.
Most of tlhe local stores will be dec- I
orated with signs welcoming the

fFOUNTAIN PENS, and
EVERSHARP' PENCILS for
FATHER, MOTHER, BROTHER,.
Sf8 TER, or SWEETHEART
NTHING MORE APPROPRIATE
NOW JS THlE TIME
.DE'S PEN SHOP
ITHE' PLACE FOR SERVICE

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f"Champions of the N
the business places

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have already

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placed streamers and banners in
their winodws, but others will do so
today. Signs will be painted with
lwhich to decorate the streets, and a
huge nilaca rd will bid the victors wet-
come to the campus when they come
up) from the station.
When the procession with the
coaches and players reaches the cam-
puts the rest of the great celebration
will be held, and it is expected that
free moving pictures will be shown
i~ward at the theaters. Motion
pictresof the whole aaffirl will he
taken by }Pathe News.
SEE OUR
I HISTMAS
S TOC KI
It s Fine and Complete
RIDER'S PEN SHOPj

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TODAY

TODAY
THRU

TUESD AV

Anounsing
that:

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New York . Philadelphia
wil Visit
ULNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
thruout the coming coilej year
with the Newest and hest in con-
-servativly correct footwear at
prices ranjing from $7 to $10.
-The next display of the season wil
'be at:
KYER'S
} C orincr N. Un varsity Avye. and Thayer St.
Noveite° 28, 29, Dec. 1, 2

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General Offises :1111.Duane iret
Isew York City

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The thousands upon thou-
sands who have respond-
ed to the sound of the
above words are leaders
in all parts of the world.
When returning or pass-
ing through the city they
still send out the call with
a ring which speaks of
happy memories.

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"o. w2 Ij Shops
190t"03 Broadway
just bela Times s quart
Q111 in downwwofinhatt~n
and BrooItynr

Ph Iladclphi a Shop ;
1221- 23 Chestnut' street
fast Belo the
Hiotel Adeiphia

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20%

DISCOUNT
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Chritms Gre eing Cards
- AND -
C rist it Stationery
This large, well assorted stock includes
Hurd, Crane, Whiting and other well

We extend the greeting
to you

known lines.

Prices range from $1.00

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to $20.00 per box. 41J A deposit will .hold
any purchase until Dcgcember 10. 41J Ted
per cent discount on engraving orders re-

mlare radiantly gorgeous
--more scintilla ting- -more fascinating
--and yet more humainly appealing.
in her-latest drama of a m-ysteriously iridescent cup- of
the worshipping crook who }tole it, to bring her happiness
when a foolish lover b lindly drove her'-from a glitterin-g
social pedestal to the fringe of the underworld.
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"STILL GOINGI STRONG"
41§RCIIAM) FEI1iE
SPORT lREVI EW A RC ADE RC1i
T~ANK~llM PW A MPRS 0 NA
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ceived before December 5.

Bring your

die or name plate.

EjJOpen evenings.

"The Quarry"
Drug and .Prescription MSore
On CLAUDE 'DRAKE
PROPRIETOR
Phone 308

0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE

SUNDAiY PRICES
and Fie., All Seats bec

SUN DAY 'SCHEPL~flJ

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