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April 22, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-04-22

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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY

nlri rriare the onl on s w o c n sop uch iff ren al mni mag zin s. r. haw Cherbourg, April ?l.-Russian rnii- I
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i~ignand to what Michigan stands for committe of five on advertising and been employed as :tevedoes "hile
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POLE I N 11lEU thyihitaterttdooho l ave endaymenigf, o ahv omdasve n
that__ commzittee. :,d to handle snail from the Olympic.j
misIi ma mr nn Nln h- Delegates from Harvard, Princeton.
LJ.IIRI rnillI andILW-Virginia were present at ryYOUR (GROV' RHAS VES('ENTE
ityr of Miich 'igimprove ,tJHflIW flU IILJILI the sessions be~ides the Michigan dele- N)FPIANE-11031E SYI' M.K'?[tl-
apahie of sell govern-'*.I~a~~t
g to earth the man or U RU IMI I_________gates._________________
esponsible for the in- lL IVII I Nf1 II SII __________________________________

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LUX ENBERG .CLOTHES
TALK NO. 1,
CLEAR REASONING,
If we had begun these talks when wve stagyted business in
Sptmeof12, you would very natural y have said, "Let
them try them out first."
From the number of men we have clothed since then, you
may be assured that the "trying out" days are over.
The worth of LUXENBERG CLOTHES has been
proved b~y the thousands of repeat orders that pour 'in day by
day.
No. 1 of a Series of Talkes With Tips for Men
Who Dress Well
To take care of our growing trade, we have been compelled
to open branches at
.177 BROADWAY
NEW ARK, N. J.
Homne Stare, As Always
NEW1 YORK CITY,
NAT LUXENBERG & BS.3

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.1. ~ :G)-,~ 30TODAY AND WEDNESDAY 1
Thre Beautifl DrThwaa
. ~The touching romance o a 'young man and girl to.w N-i, fate had been unkin~d
bgut wvho are caught in the magic spell and made beautiful through the power-
fiil alchemy of lode. COME--e mystic -spell wt~ill holdl you with its_
charm.

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and pretty
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Fr~om Sir Arthur Wing
1PIiero's Grheat Play

To Ihe en.rchanted cottage.
Where honeymooners from timhe of, old have made
their trysts.
Where roomns and halls 'echo to the soft tread of
the ,spirits of many lovers.
W reghostly fingers reach out to caress a peach.
b~lown cheek.
Wlhere. kisses sweet are. wafted through latticed
windows on summer's perfumed breeze.

-A DDED-
"OH-, MA! THE RENT TAKER"
It's a Federated Comedy
Topics-Intern ation~al News--Arcade Orchestra

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VIOLA DANA j GLORIA SWANSON

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