rhalisin, and to
ditors some con-
ced stages of the
uin Arbor :May
from more thIan 40'
ghout this state will
n Ar bor for the thirdj
tion of the Michigan In-
Press association, to be
9, and 10, under the
igma Delta Chi, nation-
al Journalistic frater-
Those on the committee are: Pro-
gramns, Robert Tarr, '24; housing-, Wil-
'1Lam Stoneman, '25; registration, Dav-
id Bramble, '25; arrangements, J.
Logan Stevens, '24; judging, E. G.
IBurrows, of the journalism depart-
m aent, Prof. John la. Brumin, of the+
journalism department, Donal Ham-
ilton Haines, managing editor of the
Mbichigan Alumnus, and Robert Moriar-
Ity, '24; discussion, Ralph .Smith, '24;
~printing, Paul Einstein, '25.
A special committee, of which flo'dert
Moriarty, '24, is chairman, is to have
charge of the, cups which will be,
given to the winner of the seveeral de-
cisions, based ,upon..the. best weekly,
bi-weekly, monthly, and-annual pub-
lications represented; in the associa-
Special programs are to be arranged
to enable the delegates to attend the
0. S. IT. track meet, the spr ing tgares,
and other events of considerble imn-
t portance scheduled for, that time.
Other announcements of the complete
program will be given out at a later
Harry Heilmnan and Ty Cobb,. both of
the Detroit Tigers, are standing first
and second respectively, in the batting ]
standings of the American League.
Patronize Dailv Advertisers.--Ad.
Y1ois "Boss" +ISTIE T 1JEflFOR
..........VI.OLAMU lON OF STOP LA
Police c ntinuthi drive against
te hi ieinfraction of traffic rules yesterday,
making their first ari osts for vloaltion
of th~f stop street ruling. Orville
>.,;'>.....Bond, '26, pleaded guilty before Judge
< I John D. Thlomais and along with
First Run Pictures"
These are the points of security which
Wayne Cedar Wardrobes
Moth Proof Dust Proof Moisture Pr
,esentatives of the schools who!
2nmbers of the association will
in town Thursday, and the first
g will be held that same after-
Nothsing as to programs has
efnitely decided upon~, although
bought that there will be two
ssions each dayv of the meeting,
[so several smaller business
gs to be arranged at the con-
ce of the delegates themselves.
purpose of the annual gather,-
fthe association, according to
tSchoonmaker, '25, general
an for the fraternity of the
cnvention, is to promote. better
Carl Castens who was arraigned yes-
terday morning, wai~ fined with costs1
$13.45. In addition five were arrested
f or speeding.
In passing sentence, Judge Thomas
said: "There are no excuses for viol-
ations of pthis ordinance.. The signs
have been placed .for nearly three
weeks and all drivers should be aec-
customed to stopping. Penalty for
the second violation will be a jail
Fraternity athletic managers who do i
not receive a copy of the weekly base-
1 hall schedules by Saturday of each'
iveek, should call the Intramural of-
fice at once.
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116 day tour Fnilland, France S'SSO
S teamshtp Agt. Ph. 1284
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Read the Want Ads
Offer tas a real protection for clothes, furs
We have a complete line of these cedar bags
75c to $2.50.
Eberbach & Son, Co.,
200.-204 E. Liberty St.
This is the store in
Detroit which gives
5i per cent of your
purchase to the Lea-
George E. Brennan
The death of Charles F. Murphy of
New York leaves George Brennan as
the most powerful individual among
all D~emocratic party leaders.
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in the Paramount Picture
A Story of Crooks
its the Parisian Undierw.w1d
A Christie Coiacdy
"6j'he Wail of thie Lonesome
Charley Chase in
"AT FIRST SIGHT"
Pa the News
l' l wl
My dears, iI you haven't a tub-silk frock, you'd betuer stay in your room
SatuirdaLy afternoon instead of dancing ait the Union-ocr ,playing golf--or
st olling or. the boulevard. Tub-silk frocks are a la mode-they're bouyant
---you can wear one anywhere!l
Adorable poeclcs; boish collars; boson, fronts-tucged and
Plain; .~narppVl ies; mono grams--thy clevecrness of a dozens
fr ocil in onc !
Candp stripes in aill theeme color combinalions. Solid coi-
ors : LnvinZ, bQananac, ell u', echl, blue anrd rhite.
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HE COMMON' LAW"
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wit' tes ' .
Milady would be
that her thinnest gxarmnents are
handled with careif he would
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our laundry methods.
A romance of New
Ytlorkc-its true soul
bared to the world-
here in gripping pic-
tures> is the story of
one of its-daughters,
atml sacrifice, to a
life of hapmpiness.
We do a great
deal of this
That surely is
proof 'of satisfactory service.
Pone 2076 or 20 '77
the beautiful "'Ierryt' o Round" Girl in
a Y ' 41
Base ,l oi OwenKild ari,'s Flife story
"Mary. Philbin is lvcna
cannot forget hvr loveliness for
er, even more appealing than
in that picture is Mlary Philbin
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