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January 16, 1923 - Image 2

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CH' TROOPS ON THEIR WA Y TO "TAKE"' ESSEN

landl managed the white Sox from
1915 to 1918. winning the wor-]ld'3
champnionship in 1917. After leaving
the A mericanl leag ue he obtained- an
interest andi imnaged the Milwaukee
club of the American association, and
later managed Columbus.
Signui IDelta ii Cli 'iture Todhii
iMembers of Sigma Dleta Chi will
mreet at 4 o'clock this ifternooa at the
+Dey studio for their Michiganesian
picture

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That a- isfiefereel ing-
If you really want to enjoy a deli-
cious dinner that. will satisfyv as

noene other.
the excellent h a b i1t that

acquire

m anyT of your friends .have, of eating
one of our

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caue hs ntrnceinseveral games
in the last few minut s of play, re-
suitedI in Stanford's switch from the,

LEARN TODANtCI
HAL SEY'S
DANCE 'STUDIOS
Hours 1isa 7.10 'Wuertli Arcade

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DELICIOUS : EA I

DINNERS

Poilvs , in the famous horlzoh blue, crossing the Milnje at Jayeiiee in practice inionvers.
Tha~t French mailitary officials decided months ago that seizure of Essen and the flwtuhr basin world be neces-
sary to c~ollect reparation payment from C.ermany Is indicated by this phot :, which has just reachedc the IT. S.
It shows French troops, practicing means of crossing the Rhine wh'ile, Stationed at Mayence, one of the thre

YOUR

occasionally,-
Once . you've tried- one you'll come again--of ten.

CHILDREN'S 7

GARG YLE W '. ILL APP F EAR TOMV~ORROW 147 ('sis~bc~liNew inford ( Crid L eadesr x'aa ("Ots Umpiir~ing'Jolb
Palto Alto, Calif.., Jan. 15---(B3y A. Chxicargo, Jan. 15_---- A.l) -Clar
Witrsot.wo aktbl oOCU) h afl)Sdrn P.)-Jo~n CP. Camxpbell,,of San Fran- ence Rtowland, for four years mnanager~
A;V 11~ei' fom !rtketbal to 1 ccupy he r~uzilu.cdurin,,1reserve quarterbackrserof uthee192k2o the -92h':Chicagoh WhiteU Sox, Sa tonighth waa
Skiing on the IBoulevard ara; comibined months in a imanner that n1,.~~lI. (RonU1Stanford football team, has been elect- Pre.ident Ban Johnone
t hat will be placed on the campus to- attractive to say the least. I he191 OlUited * 1.y Lr"xex a o n
muorrow . It i's a "Wt inter Sports" num-i The cover deviates from this rain, ;ed captain of the 19214 team. Camip- of the Americanx league, as a mnember
ber, and w°;ithl pictures and articles, 'I "(somewhat in presenting a girl .itll bell was elected, it was stated, be- of the umpiiiring staff for 1923. Row-
presents thle phases of activity tlia "checkered career" which bas beer
in the January issue of the Car s y e wished upon her in an unu,"Alta manj
" --- .norhiut the preface is a book review
ALY M G ZN of an "Anthology of Winter Sports" PAL ER'
STAFF REIGNS -Fe'aturi';das one of the prom1inef'.li jLO IJO N S A
- pages is o xe devoted entirely to draw-
ings from life of the mnembers of the.;
(Conitinned frour P ge One) i ma or qad.Teyaerh
i Mihign curt qua. Tey aeIteIoa .Sensitive skin this Cmlxo oap [
was enitirely ol 1)o ed to an I knox x vorVt of James 1-louse, '24L. Copexo
noth1ing, a )utI the undlerhxand mxxethiod 1"Bon Ton with the Women's League" fis particular ly benefIcial:

H EALTH

BESIMER'S
WEST HURON .STREET
Across from Interurban 'Station.

Depends not only Ion, how
much Milk they drink-but
on the Purity, and Quality
of ; t..
Thie} het~ means so far de-
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wh-ich 1had ~obeenresoarted towinl an ci'-l
tart to get the stoiry inltoprint by
trickig the Maniaginig Editor.
Th :sol"u t^n or(Athe.1resi111gni
members tCl oliow:
WUEEA3,the B1oard in Control of
Stude(nt IPublicutions ;has 'persistenti y
IZ,,r;taed arepressive ipolimy toward
studlenz puliatonchecking and
supprcssp I)_stude nt opinion, and
WVIiiE' 'S,this po'Icy of 'repres-
sio1n has bieeni especially marked in the
atttitudle of the Board toward Thle
Siunday 1Magazine, cu.Ilminamting in the
establishment with'out valid reason' of
a cenisorship ovr ~kits subject atzter,

is two pages of fashions. With illus-
trations that occupy the large, part of
the spiace. and with a write up des-S
cribing them the M~ate is suprposedl, ac-
cording to the wish of the Gargoylo
editors, to set the fashions' for women:
at the IUiversity' for next year.
Poetry is usedl in the comments on1
Nvinter sports in a poem modele I after,
the style of Edgar Guest. It leadhs1
from "winter snow" to cheers fo-'
"go d and Henry Ford".
Fiction is presented in two,- stor-
ft-s. The first "For the Honor of Mich-
igan" tellsr of, the struggles in the
north arnd final victory. "Northwrard

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Under the guidance of an
expert the quality of our

FRAMED. PICTURES
it will pa~y you to come in aind take advantage

IThe Eberbach&So
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masterpieces for your, room. -- Hand carved
f ramnes for that, Christmnas picture -- at .substan'-

ll d b s of a like nature. Police arcI
Vi 1IlPESflt Sunday Magazine is ! imtrodluced for it is an account o;
tChe onl.y :stu1den, t i. ?xic rtion wchich has " Oliver Birdseed, the Gargoyle's ow i
express2ed 117hamPercd st udenlt 'pinl- jdetcti ve".;
ioni, nd it: staff is convinced that ______
cell sorship twould i tlvert and (lest roy1'A t ,y.O('a Won Will i~t1ect fi yea !
the whole purpse of the publication; Eelomo ofcr allote m
be itAorta nt business will bie transacted at
RZESO}LVED, thai~t we, th~e undler ign- Itheme annual meeting of the Ann Arbor
ed inevlbe"s of the 'Aff o3 the Sunday; Art as ,ociation at 4:15 o'clock this of-"
MVagazine, do hereby tender ol joint
an~ nanmou reignaion totak ternoon in the wvest gallery of Aluni
anduualinou rsig~ai( lsto o r oMemorial hall. .A iroposed change in
immeldiate of ,et, ini conerete protest jti by-las s=lhe:ctdx laths
against the establishmient of any cun- mein.Al ebrsaeugty
sorship on this or any othe r student reqeeinuested to en attend.
public.ationi, and against thl attitude
of he oar inConrolof tudntThe Michigan calendar-limited edi-
Publicatiofndii the University Ad-Lon 75c. Take one home with you.
mninistration which hxas led to inch Walir's Univ 'sitv B3ookstore---Adv'.
,-fpressive me-ure-
Delbert Clark, Jane t .EIliagsoscn,; classified ad will sell it for you -.-Adv.
Leo L. NC'idzliski, W. BErnard But- I, ..
li-r, Bethany Lovell, VrnaV. Try-
sonl,JI' Jr.,Hele n G.Lynch, Do1 aId Con'-' T E S H O
ey, Saul Carson, dames 13.-ouse, Jr., IREMIER
Mlax Eing, -Martin A. Kiaver, ber-! HALSE'S 1DANUE SVUDIOS
tense 0. Miller, Dorian G. Snyder. I Witeit rcade~t

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tIN (LARE JKUMER'S VI(GO)ROUS'
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"THE MOUNTAIN MAN"
AS Played by Sydney 13 Ilackmer
Th~ DINTIST LETERJ
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0s D. WMORRILL
1 7 NiCiKELS ARCADE

ll.'1THFIATHE'WIWRE EVERYONE LIKiES TO 60

Sunday the Greatfest N11umber of People for This Season Filed:Ihru
Ou~r Doors--Jor that Reason there are already Thousanlds Of
Local Salesmen for this Picture!!
STHAT'S WHY WE DON'T NEED TO
SAY MORE ABOUT
1 j11 :tijopl;ior rare )edutty and dramiatic, 1i rce, writtell,
adp -maddretd1 temaker of .,fi'h(Pi' soner of
Zeua a?= d r'ThcFour liom semeln.
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