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THE MICHIGAN DjLY

EUTON HATRED BREAK OUT
IN ARMED RESISTANCE TO FRENCH? umcr nr m ov rrn

Commerce ha ber ybuilding. Mr. Grommet is thq
S e e k s New Rights tical association. Both of the peak
ers were from Detroit.

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REPRESENTATIVE IN NORTHERNj
LEAGUE TO BE CHOSEN IN
ELIMINATION TRIALSt
All orations for the preliminaries in
the Northern league oratorical con-I
test must be handed in by Feb. 20 to
Prof. Ray K. Immel of the public;
speaking department. The orations1
are limited to 1850 words and if they'
are longer they will not be accepted.i
According to Professor Immel severer
al persons have already signified theirt
intention of writing orations and it is t
expected that the number of orationq
submitted will exceed previous years,!
All persons submitting orations will
be given a chance to deliver them.
By means of a series of elimination
contests held for the different classes
one sophomore, two juniors, and twq1
seniors will be chosen to compete in a
public contest here and the winner,'
will represent Michigan in the Nor-
tern league contest which will bq:
.,)d this year at the University of Min-f
nesota at Minneapolis, Minn., next
Alay.
Orations should be submitted to
Professor Immel in room 303 Mas6rv
hall.
Lose something? A classified in7
classified ad will sell ft for you.-Adv.

A letter from the Detroit Board of
Commerce to national chamber at
Washington, D. Q., recommending a
change in the by-laws of the consti-
tution to allow the University chani-

Player"' Club Gives Social

Members of the Players' club and
their friends were entertained at a
club get-to-gether last night in the IlWe Call For and Del
Women's league room of Darbour gym-iI HORACE CLAVEAU

ber certain membership and govern- nasium. The social was given by the CLEANING & PRESSIN
mental rights, was read before the di- organization in order to better ac- Fine Custom Tailoring
rectors of the student organization quaint the members with one another 802 S. STATE 3
last night at a meeting in the Union. and to stimulate greater interest in
The letter, among other things, the club.-[
pointed out the good which the Uni-
versity chambers could effect by fam- Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. Read the W ant
iliarizing students with the purposes.
customs and work carried on by the
municipal bodies, so that after. grad-
uation the city chamber would be as- ++
ured of an experienced and com- TEL I AGENT AND INTEREST
patent membership.I_.

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Third Orchestra Chosen for 1o1)
"The Keystone Serenaders," one ol
the prominent orchestras of the East
has been chosen to play for the 1924
J-Hop in the place left vacpnt by the
Henry Theis' orchestra of Detroit
which had formally contracted to
play for the dance. Theiss was forc-
ed to break his engagement because
of an unavoidable conflict in dates.
Detroiters Address Prescott Club
Two of Michigan's leading pharma-
cists, George Grommet. and J. H. Web-
ster, talked to the membeis of thet
Prescott club at a meeting of the or-
ganization last night in the Chemist

Your bank should be sound, accurate and
efficient. But that is not enough. Banking
service to be of the most use to you should
be also intelligent and interested.

That is what this bank tries to be:

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

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German sccurity police camped iii square at actrolp
Rerorts are current that the Germans may offer armed resistance Jo further invasion of their country by
the French. It is rumored that Field Marshalh Hindenburg and Lunden- dorf, former idols of Germany, are be
coming restless and are being lookeI upon by the Teutons to save themfrom the French. German troops, un
der the guise of security police are said to be gathering at out of the waycenters, according to advices from F'
rance

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A Cold weather has not hindered the
Threaten English Security niersity building program nor in
any way tended to retard its pro-
-TURNER gress, according to reports from the
---- -office of Prof. John F. Shepard, of the
"England's territorial security 4iq theatened invasion by Spain h4't- p h Lolgy department, superviso res
now endangered as it has been en* the destruction of the Armada, 1'58: 1 -ve Teen made to prevent freezing
dangered not more than three times fh danger from Napoleon just b or '' thf concrete before setting, and
before In rmodern history," declared the battle of Waterloo; and tl' , er- L h.:ir:g has gone on as formerly.
Prof. Edward R. Turner of the Euro- ma'- tep obektruhat
man's attempt to break through 1~ th
pean history department yesterday. French coast opposite Great 1_. _. Got something for sale? A "Daily"
"France commands' the English,
channel. With 10 aeroplanes to E ng-during the Great war. the Daily will find it.-Adv.
land's one, she could have airmen
across the Channel in thirty minutes,
and within 24 hours London would b.
at her mercy. England's navy would
be of no use against a concerted ai7
attack, and in addition French guns
command the whole width of thrFA
Channel. ;Correct Fo rmral Attire
"England produces less than half -e
enough food stuffs to support her pop- - rt
ulation. If imports were cut off, her
people could survive for a short time
on limited rations, but within a month' It is always best to p 1 a c e
the pinch' of starvation would be 'felt."
French submarinewarfare might iso- yourself in the hands of an
late the British Isles and reduce Eng-
land to submission, as the Germansjexperienced tailor when buyig
nearly succeeded in doing during the formal clothes or furnishings
Great war; Professor Turner states.
The bright side of 'the situation, in
Professor Turner's opinion, is the fact
that the nations have been for a num-
ber of years in close alliance and no
likelihood of a break under present
conditions is seen.
The three previous crises referred
to by Professor Turner were the

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prepared to give you. Along with your laundry send us your

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MANYCARS TO ENTER
ANNARBO9AUTO SHOW
More than.65 cars of various maker'
and modeis will be on exhibit at the
Ann Arbor Auto show which is to be
held Ian. 31 to Feb. 3 in the new fac-
tory building at the extreme north end
of Main street.-
The exhibit, which is the first an-
nual, show of the Ann Arbor Auto
dealers' association, is being staged
under the direction of the Michigan
automotive trade association which ih
conducting similar shows in eleven
other cities in the state.
The decorations for the show rooms
which are valued 'at -$6,000 will be
sent here from: Pontiac where the first
show is being held.
The building in which the show 1,1
to be placed has been declared by an!
official of the trade association to be
the most adaptable that has beentpro,
vided in the whole circuit. A luncl a
room will be provided in the build-'
ing and will be directed by the ladies!
of the German Bethlehem church.
Parking facilities in the neighbor-
hood of the building are especially
good, a large area for that purpose be-
ing now arranged which will accom-
modate more than 500 cars.
Music will be furnished for the en-s
tertainment of guests during the
show. Twenty minute buss service
will be provided to and from the show
building, busses leaving and return-
ing from the . post office corner and
the Chamber of Commerce Inn. Ar
rangements have been made where-
by the foyer of the Inn may be used
as a waiting room for those who arq
waiting to take busses to the show.
Admission to the show will be 35
cents.,

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ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
612 East Liberty St.

24-- HOUR SERVICE
OR LESS
On Pressing alone-12 hours or less
Extra trousers pressed . . . 15c
Cleaned and pressed.... . 50c
PHONE 165

We have installed one of the most modern
cleaning plants in the country.
Hundreds have had their
clothes cleaned and press-
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pressing for One Dollar.
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Pin this coupon to your dress, and
Phone 165. We will call for, clean, and
return. With this coupon, you will save
25 per cent on all work sent us before
January 27.
WHITE SWAN CLEANERS.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO

Dresses Cleaned
This Week at
Discount
PROVIDED THIS COUPON
IS USED

OUR CONTINUOUS PROCESS
CLEANING SYSTEM
By "continuous process" we mean the
process which keeps our cleaning solu-
tion absolutely clean at all times; We
can clean dirty, greasy overalls and then
put white flannels in the machine and
they will come out absolutely spotless
and white as snow. That is because the
solution is continually changing and pur-
ifying itself so it is always perfectly
clean.

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Phone 165

PHONE 87

RIGHT THIS MINUTE

The Muilison Stables

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Nebraska Favors Ford for PreslaentI
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 25.-(By A.'.)---
Officers here of the American Econom
ic league said today that three times'
as many signatures as are necessar I
to place the name of Henry Ford, or
Nebraska's presidential primary ballot

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