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March 23, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-03-23

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o SHOP:

WANDIS JS RESULT4
of AUTIIMORILE SMASH'
Mr s. John Kersey, colored cook at
the Phi Sigma lPelta fraternity, dtied
at 11:30 o'clock yesterdlay~ morning in

the. University hospital where she un- T'hesimashup occured when a Buick;
derwent an operation for internal in- sedn div .;b Lle'HI Torrcy.'24, and
juries sustained inan automobie aci-an tO'aklandtour~ring; car driven by Sam
dtent late Friday night at Smut' anda rais collideod at the intersection of
East University avenues. Hospital an- the I;wo st4reets4. The other occupants
thpirtles stated that her condition was<of h cas wre badIly si aklei t2upandl
very critical at the time shewa-- isd.Bthauooble er sv

Boy Is Injured
By Rifle Bullet
Jospeh Jaroszvlk. 13 was accidently
fshot while plaing; in the baisement of
his home at 517 West Summit street,
yesterday morning . Sever al childlren
when it wasdicag.

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The bullet entered the boy
Just below the collar bone amd
betw=een the shoulder blades.
)ties at tliq University hospita
that his coodition was not Seri
that thus tar no effort had bee
Wo robe for the bullet.

Al lodged
Author-
al stated
°us and
,en made

ich is thought to have r-
mi an overturned oil stove
an old frame barn at the
9 E. Liberty st. shortly af'-
ck yesterday afternoon. The
s estimated at several hun-

E. G. KUdEEoR,
L,ccn~ed and Bonded Ste
WE WRITE ALL KIN~

taken from the scene of lte accidenlt
and that' little hope wvas heldI( for '
her recovery.

Patromnize Daily Advertisers.-Ady.

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"JiAnmie thec adtaker" sells anything
uick ly.Adr.

he structure, which is owned by
Electric Service shop, was ren ted
L. . :.Donnell of the electrical en-
eering department, who used it a'
plant for the manufacture of radio
d-speakers. The fine, dry wool!
oh is used in the radio cabinets
ved to be highly inflammable.
hurry call to the Ann Arbor fire
iartment wvas misunderstood andl
engines lost time by going to the
Arbor Steam Dye works before
true location of the blaze was11
ned. After this delay the fire had
Lied considerable proportions, and
roof was practically demolished
ore the engines arrived on the
ne.
Vithin a few minutes after their
ial, the firemen had the blaze un-
control, and the buildings of the
ITo,) Taxi company and Ann Ar-
Merchants' Delivery, adjoinin~g.
e safeguarded.
oest of the electrical equipmnent inl
building was taken out before the
gained much headwra ,. So fair
could be <.i.eitained, neither strua-
:e nor content-s were covered by
nranCe-
CHITECTS9 AY PARTY
1l BE COLOFULAUFAI
[1 arLti ,_ .~de ls, h lf :ti;rv
lent in i Jl theif:r."'g= an'old t
r books under the( ir arm s Cre all
IC se'En at< the fifth Lannul i h
s ' M a y l r Y , to 5 b ie Ad i M y 1 £ 1 b I , r i 1 3 l l 1 {) . i (
ts of the ~cietrlclee ~
cceiit l; Ceting of the corln titt JIn
r'ge of arra'2ng1eme1nts i t was (Je-
that a seedepicing thle IL&*.inl
rter would ie the most atatv
would lend it:se i l m or e (ef ctiveel>'at o h i ', l O
;-h were sug -gesited.
he etting will akle 1possile .oae
arktbiy, suple and y&.e', fea~tive.
Llgmsfcrthe ,-tudents. aeri-,an
~is4i ,, pacfles, d anhacns ;oSf th u
or 4 Vt' udarm~es, music"i,ir--..,
5,.11 1 Intrt&lie S lit streel x
l~iia t r tfl . i r ticketof-
n out Tuiesday and hrdyfo
5 at booth in teUinlby
price has been fixed at t:,5-0, burl
a l~imitd numbrer of tickets w ill
tvailable, owring to th~e small site
hie gynasium .
rdanus Return
From Trip Abroad

START ING
TODAY

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STARTVING
SUNDAY

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Flash in - Thie Queen

Of

ihe

!Apaches!

Beautiful-

Modish-

Then

Tigerish
Camp cuing!,
Tatc ciating!

*and -Mrs. ?"'rederick . J ordan
d in! New York yesterday after
g toured Europe for nearly twoq
s, according to a telegramr re-
+d by Pr Of. R. AT. Wenley of tlhe
isophy de~artment. Mr. Jordan
an assistant to the University i-
an and Mrs. Jordan was fo-
y the clean of women 1-p1 to the
of their departure for Euro"pe
years ago. 'They expect to re-
to Ann Arbor next month.
AILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMVEN'T
RiAN-AANN ARBOR _IMS LJ %h
Central Time (Slow Timue)
Leave Chafrzber of Commerce
Week Days Sundays
6:45 a. m. 6:45 a. m,
12 :45 P. m. .-45 P. m,.
4:45 P. W
JAS. H. ELLIOTT, Prioprietor
hoe 926-M Adrian, Mich.

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ON NE minute a fashionable
society woman and the next
an Apache 'terror in the most
notcrious underworld den in
Paris-match that 'for a Negri
rQIC if you can!

Fr.

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ode Shoppe,
Aboi e Arcade

Street and Aftecrnoon

)wns anid Blouses
For All Occasions
Aliso Hemst itching
SCHALLHORN

w

KEPYOUR
EYE ON THE
MAJESTIC

Kelth Vaudeville Feature

THE INVARIABLE SI10W STOPPERS

JOE

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IN

AIM A DOw 8
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OF

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BETTY 'BLYTEE

THlE HATE NO EQUALS

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Shbow,,;Sun day

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