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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, J

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istinct Economic Progress British Publisher jflg ISTMN GCEDETSNRAE
MaeI .92Sasov r eecsAercn Representative!TEM Iora AccrteDiagnosis Brings Toll
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istinct economic progress has ness and commerce has gajned sub-
Si't Arl,,4inn'r thp n~ cti Ai* arnc1 3,,tantiaj ascendency over 4truotti°v""r

(.Continued from Page One) Reports recently made public by
these. Miller and Haggarly were sen- the American Society for the Control,
sational in their floor work, howevrer,; of Cancer show that the .niumber of;
the h-utter proving himself, an swcep- deaths from cancer in the United
z jtionally fast r~an, and himself being' States during 1921, was ,9,,000, or
jres cnsiblo forxa. trio of field goals in 4000 more than were reported in
the seco-nd half. Kipke played well' 1920.
r.,iat for-war: and guard duning the sec-! These figures, it is stated, however,
orcd h li when Le sub~tituted for Hag- should not he taken to mean that
arity and T'aper the number of deaths from cancer is
At thie guard~s Cappon and Pager increasing, but merely that more ac-
-were nvin}cile. The Farmers were curate diagnoses are being made by
able to M~ace but tfour fi'eld goals in physicians as to causes of death. Cans
the~ entire garme, their threo free cer is a difficult disease to recognize
t row s being responsible for the re-, and this is thought to be responsible
murduder of their points.,!for the fewer number of diagnosedl
For M'4i. A. C., Fefsaendlen, at guard, deaths from cancer in former years.
was almost the only min to diistin-! The report also discloses the fact
guish himself doing somne exceeption- that the death rate from cancer 11)
ally brilliant work at times, but being higher in the northern states than in ;
tunable to cone, almost single ban . the South, and is practically the same'
with the swift -atta:ck of the 'Wolmr-i for the white and colored races.. The
m}, ie forwards. The Argle~ played fair' highest death rate from this disease
b akotball,,at tines showing ra1: in 1921 was 99.6 per 100,000 'popula!
lburs ts of sne 1, but Ilchigan's g"ard- tion for Massachusetts, and the lowest
lag ;h ld them down to a oe lsr;w~ 47.6 in 100,000 for South Care-
than they gaemed capuable of taking. lina.
Ne-w After the first few roanm, tf play
lot- tit was a corapv.rati rely Interesting House Judiciary Comnmittee to Meet
s the game to watch, 'ar more st, t lst,+ Washington, Jan. 3.-The Housej
the~~~~~~~~ thn'eoeigee~trwt o judiciary committee will meet lbehind

MODE RN LANG UAGE Professor Hainford was elected
T HOLD chairman of the Milton-Spenser group
,t' tE . N rof the as o: iation for next year, Pre-
fessor Camipbell wa re-elected chair-
IFour Professors Represelit XMihiar nman. of the WVordsworthi group, and1
at Yil lx~t Profes sor Mioor e vas named on n
____C'Cmmittee to Jinvestig ,te a Middle
Prof. J. H. Hanford, Prof. O. J.' E{nglish dictionary.
Campbell, Prof. Samuel Moore, and
Prof. S. F. Gingerich, of th{: English a klhan, iis a ared Froiai Ja r
deprtrment, attended the nmeeting ot« Chicao,.Jan. -E-lder' Jutstice M.
I te odern Language Association of: L. MKclinley oJ the Criinal , Court
America on Dec. 28, 29, and 30 in1 here ha!s brrdmembers of the° Ku
c Philadelphia. 1pro . C. C.-Fries, o Klux Klan from i, ri on the grand
the Etngish department, attended the Jury."
meeting of the central branch of the
association in Chicago.
Professor Campbell read a raper at, You W1ll 1, rn -Bore R apidly
one of the meetings, on the subject, lRin ta Few
'Recent Work on Shakespeare",'Proc-1'
fessor Fries read a paer on "Ameri- N r RJ C
,can. Usage in Regard to 'Shall' ant! ASY' AC SU~O
'Will' ", Professor Hanford discussed
the topic, "Milton's Library". anti
Professor Voore discussed "Problems SHUSE,;'7 i )Ms50x75-31.00
and Methods in Early Middle English MI CHIGAN Pop. ndMats.25TuendSOThr
sMorphology". Professor Gingerich's--_____________
paper dealt with the contribution o,0T1g
Arthur Beatty to the study of Words- ! "

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STRICTLY 11O3E COOKING
HEP LER'S
STUDENT
LUNCH
409 EAST JEFRSON ST.

The Wols. Weaed.&St
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"MAKE ITSNPY
A- myRevue, All New
PRICES: 4ihi~50c to $2
c .~eto $2.29

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ciosea aoors tomorrow to aeciae rvnat i

tre uZ'amt. in actual noor -workit n 1-- v:a'vua vvw cu V1
both attac k zand dlefensu Tichigan1 to do about the Keller imnpeachment
will bre a hiard- tea to quat, bu un-i charge ag in ;t Attorney GJeneral
lefss the'Woiverinea tatte hbetter Mm 4t Daugherty.
the basket. hopes for the $4'g Ten ti-
tle will not. & bright as they! Michigan Song Book, Memory
could bie. f looke. *Panner and_ Pennants at
i Tahvr's Trn~irprit", Rol<-,~nre-Adv_

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Lind, and in detail and, coloring IA ex.. $49,000,000 was bet at the four oine-
tremely accuraite.( mile race tracks. in Maryland last,
year it i,. shown in, the third annual
Idependenits to Organize Team; ( jreport of the racing comnmission,
I which has been sent to Gov. Ritcehie.
Independents on the campus and the This is about $5,0 00,000. less than in
students that are attending the dif 1921. Despite the falling off in bet-
feret chrchs otAnn rbo wil beting the revenue to the state increased
given a chance to organize basketball fo 6393t 6163
teama this 'winter and enter thorn in I rm$7,73t 6163
the independent and church leagues .At1(11,O
that will be organized by the Intra - ?"Y uosalI

MICHIGANM.. .I
miller....... ........... ive llen'
i -ggerty ......l.f ............. Nuttila
E'ly (Cant.), ..,. ............. .lsn
Cappon ........r.g.......lt esemnden
Paper .........l.g.. .......... -
Substitutions: Micliigaii, Mice for
Ely, Kiphce for Haggert, laggerty i
for Kipke, Kipke for Paper; 4I. A. C.,
' Kidman for M1VIMllen, Ytalston for
Nuttila., Hultman for M~tason, Swanaonu
for Fiessenden, Archboid for Ev 1
Field goadsa: Eily 6;.1Miller a', Has-
utn 2.
Free throws: Wille~r 4, lily ~, Nut-!
tila 1,IMCIillen I.
Officials: Referee, Villqrd, lllhnois'
Wesleyan ; umpire, Ray, Illinois.

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Prinee of Wles Not Engaged
London,. Jan. 3.-Emphatic denial
was issued tonight of the rumors. of
the betrothal of the Prince of Wvalesj
The Prince returned to London todaM
from Sandrlngton, where he had spent
Christmas with the royal family.

m'ural department, it was antnounwod'
yesterday at that office.. Winners of
thes-e two leagues will be given
charms by the Intramural department,
am a reward for their efforts.

m~ew I U'ki, jaII..' .---torLcarsCV.na I
'trucks killed 1,902 persons in New
York In 1922.. Of this numbher, 890
wet their deaths on the streets of New
York City.

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THEY MUST GO
Every Overcoat a+nd Suit -- the finest ever
made by Fashion - Park and other well -
known nP:akes--will be sold in this sale for
76% of their value
This includes our whole stock of
Men' aa Bos'.Ove rcoats
and Suits.
many with two pairs of trousers; nothing

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ment-reduct s imde at time of pur- T :i'
chase. -..
Men's Overcoats.,............. $37.50 and as low as $18.75
Men's Best Suits ....... ...... $37:50Oand as low as $15.00t
Boys' Overcoats............... $15.00 and as low as $ 5.25
Bays' Suits, "with extra pants.'..... ;$13,50 anti as late as $ 4.50
WieMen Will Grab These Of seferi gs
COOPER'S UNDERWEAR, EAGLE AND EMERY SHIRTS, BRIGHTON
PAJAMAS, NIGHT SHIRTS,. HATS AND CAPS, SWEATERS. BATH
ROBES, GLOVES AND MITTENS AND, ODD TROUSERS ARE NOW
reduced 20
Do not hesitate a moment, but come e arty and get in on First Choice.

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Fashion Park Clothiers
NEXT TO WUERTH THEATER

ALTERATIONS
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Tickets at Graham's $1
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