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March 28, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-03-28

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THE MICHIGt-:ZI DAIL

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TRAT'S GOING ON Ii
personis or societies using this
an shiould include in their notices
hour, and place. All notices
mt this data will be disregarded.
FRIDAY
t-Law% faculty luncheon, Union.
-Noondy prayers, Harris hall.
-Violin group of Matinee MusicalIe
ets at home of Mrs. Byrl Bacher, j
3 Ferdon iroad. ,
-University lectuire; West Phys-
lecture room.
-vening serilce, Harris hall.
-Mathematics a-ub dinner, roon
Union.
-W. It. Day club meets in room
Union.
-Pouia Literary society meets
Lane hail.
-Chinese Students' Christian as-
jatlon meets in Lane hail.
-Yonng peoples' religious con-
A, St. Paul's Lutheran church.
-Lect!ire on earthquakes 'by '
of. IV. El. Hobbs, Natural 'Science
ditorium. /
-Westerners' club dance, Bar-
ur gymnasium.
-Freshman Frolic, Union.
SATURDAY
-Rounfd-Up) club danece Union.,
-Oihu club meets for hike,
ngregational church.
-Graduate History club meets,
)m 302, Union.
ris' Glee Club
To Give Con cert,

Ithaca, N. Y. March 27.-Original Rome, March 27. Fifty persons
working drawings of the done of the were killed in a landslide at the sea-
national capitol at Washington are port of Amnalfi 23 miles southeast ot
on exhibit at Cornell university this; Naples, according to a dispatch to the
week. Giornale D'Ttalia.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anythingi It's true efficiency to use Dailj
quickly.-Adv. Classifleds.-Adv.

GARRICK

Nigthts hoe to $ 2.50 1
Sat. Mat. 50* to $2.00'
Wed. Mat. oc to $1.50

F. Ray Comstock and Morris Lecst
Present
"FOLLY PREFERRED"
With
G~enevieve TO BIN'
Gay Bolton's gay comiedy of the movies
NEXT AVEEK-LEW fIELDS j

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Europe, Orient, Etc.
To get tl~e better reservations, It will be very
liecessnry thzt yout arrarige your plait soon.
BOOK EARLSailing List Rates; 1st,
2nd, Cabin or 3rd Class
ALL STEAMSHIP LINES, TOURS AND CRUISES
A smanl ep-i secures space. Ii~cay nn o ,
E. G. KVEBLER, A i roS-,. 19
Ltecnsed and Bonded Steamship and Isurance Aijent
WE WRITE ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE

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SLEEP AINYWIER-E, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THlE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

IRVINO WARMOLTS, D. S. C.
j Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
r 07 N~rth University Phone 2652

LOOK OR THIlS NAME ON THE NCK3A-ND
The name is all
you need to know!
, t'A good name and the high
r , standard which it invariably
stands for are inseparable.
So it is that, to well -dressed
men, "Cheney", in the neck-
band of a cravat, has come to
mean correctness of style and
pattern, craftsmanship of
weave, and excellence of
materials.
ALSO TUBULAR.S AND HAT WINGS
Made by
The makers of Cheney Silks

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ENGLISH

BROGUE OXFORDS

For College Men

Black or tan
Calfskin
These are genuine English Oxfords, made in
England for R. H. Fyfe & Co.. The style
featured is one of our new Cambridge models.

Now on display at

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niverity Girls' Glee club, under. ,1.'i. iAJiUZ-'UV.
direction of Maude Kleyn,"'will be F.DHAM & CO.
and in a local concert for the first ;J 1. 1UECO.
ie this year at the regular Sunday
,ernoon facultty concert at 4:15 'o'- e
ek Sunday in Hill auditorium.____________________________________
rman Lockwood, pianist, 'and a tII.IlilI1III1llhIiIIIEI~f1911191111iIIIIIIIl.IIIBi1111IllilIItIIillIIll '
artet group consisting of Albert jjIIIIIItius I
ckwood, Sainuel P. Lockwood, Mar- -
.Struble-Freeman, and Ora Lai-,-
i11are also 'on the program., )J. Open Evenings=
J=I_ 1 r. Lockwood will present a group '
selections of his own composition. '""(1
ong the choral numbers sung by- F.s VUnl. . ,'i
entire glee club are several for- - i___E____________________
;n. folk tunes. arranged by Taylor.
o. final number on the program: is =)
spiano quartet in C i~ihor; play id I-
rnano, violin, viola, and vic loncello - -
'Radio SnqAphotsChO . 5ERSalads, Sndwiches.
ir ()' ' flirst tlime the efntire fbod'Jr7t 3r Oupltain Ser'vice e
ochhold"]rs of the conlnlotilweal! 1ii._<b
isoli compnany, between 34,000 an Id= -
0410 innu er listened to the pro-I -
2dings of the annual stockholders = r
Feing when the entire .session ,' I~H~111111111I~ i lII11131IIilll1111111111lI~1111111
b)dcast from Sttzion. KYW, Chicago, --
The co pass receiving set is des-
or, according~ to radio authorities,
take a large part in the maintaln-.
ce of the "law~s of the air" in fut- ; _ -
eyears. I3y rits means ilijc~Fthro?4- '
stern, infr act ors of the tine, illlings, _
LI~ owner of aset w h ed re-broadcast (I: "
.y be lctdadpnse.I.,
Speaking of t3'2 demrand by the Ac - -
5' Equity association for pay for "
Co nerf'orfnances, E. P. McDonald,
esident of the Nation l A r ociati."'on
izrcadca ;teirs, says: "If the actors
d alctresses.: are displaced with the
e pu.blicity they are getting, the-
ijo Stations will refrain from gnv'g .=- -
to themr. Perhaps they'll wont thew-er -
wsp)ap)e rs to pay for printing their,-
Mtures next."
'There will he a radio plank in the
xtpre idlential platform," prophle-'I aster T i1 i
>o'hn S. Lehman, a Cleveland un-
ority, in a speech a fewe days ago. «. oL*
Mare tiran ,idozen tlcrippled patients; = .C o n frIec t i ...J11--J1
thn University hospital wer'e con-
(,tnl on ,) visit to the University o0-
rvatory yesterday morning by men-
so toiahervicde pa rtmntao.:-S p ecialties
rsn :oa thervitudertiant assc',
---M- - i?4Out stock and assortment of Easter Candies
ATTE T E TR sthe most complete in Ann Arbor. Weca
offer candies of the animal variety in form for,
Sereen-"to~ia the children ; for the whole family we have large
Arcde "Te extCorer.~ r pure chocolate eggs with appropriate candied
with Conway Tearlc, and Dor-tilsothm
othly Mach1aill. We have made special arrangements for the
M;i-Hn "Pin" wA' ith T-S'to mcslintrand sending of caindv iandwill be glad..

M arquardt's Tailor Shop
608 EAST LIBERTY
ANN ARBOR

S TEP'to the 'phone. Call: 13.
Give your order. That's, all
you need bother about. And you
know that your suit will be called
for, cleaned in Benzol,- pressed
and returned- to you the same
day. Tha ?t's real service!_
GO0L D MAN"X
Telepone i1

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Chiadwiick and George Walsh. - :
NWuerth-Bryant Washburn and
Eva Novak in "Temptat on." -
O)rpheum- Percy -Marrnont in
-Br atwy broke." C
Stage-Tb Is Week
Garrick (Detroit) - Genevieve I I
T'obin in "Folly Preferred."-
SENIOR CAPS A-ND GWNS I
SHOULD BE ORDERED) NOW 1

to assist you in sending your Easter token {home.
We are able to send the most delicately made
candy animals and Easter tokens with a surety
of their safe arrival.
Fraternities and sororities let us supply your
house with a candied house insignia.

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of the sea son's frmst
style _idea i n suits fo

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