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May 02, 1924 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-02

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rhalisin, and to
ditors some con-
ced stages of the

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Forty Schools
uin Arbor :May
9, 10

will

SOCIETYI

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-
tion.j
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
Succeeds Murphy!~UEJIlIIL
..........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"
Charles Jo,!eS

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These are the points of security which

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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
sentence.
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.
$155 Roundtrlp SCOTLAND+
$155 Roundtrip ENGLANID
13190 Rundtr p FRANCE'
5203 Ratdfrip GERMANY'
116 day tour Fnilland, France S'SSO
E. I(UEER
S teamshtp Agt. Ph. 1284

"No t a Dl's

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Was Heard"

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Read the Want Ads

Offer tas a real protection for clothes, furs
and garments.
We have a complete line of these cedar bags
75c to $2.50.
Eberbach & Son, Co.,
200.-204 E. Liberty St.

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D ETROIT

This is the store in
Detroit which gives
5i per cent of your
purchase to the Lea-
gue Fund.

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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11TOMORROW
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Thea Frock

DL.ebonair

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$ '9,50
Tub Silk

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John

' BRO1DWAY

DOROTHY
DL TON
in the Paramount Picture
"MORAL SINNER"
A Story of Crooks
its the Parisian Undierw.w1d
"DA.?I)EyltA) N','"
A Christie Coiacdy
1IiNOG~RA.11S

-SI XGE--
MAXBLOOM
and
ALICE SHER
in
"6j'he Wail of thie Lonesome

Charley Chase in
"AT FIRST SIGHT"

Pa the News
Wuerth Orchestra

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--NEXT WEEK-

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THIAT'SIY HOW-,E

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.

CORINNE

CON WAY

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11tue Sliding, Dihiniug tCo llledia-z
ROSOEAILS
AND.

IN cz

KATIE PtULLMAN

HE COMMON' LAW"

WITH II

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Sho3wing Fat
Regular Pr.,ices

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assured

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that her thinnest gxarmnents are
handled with careif he would

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drop in

any

time and

inspect

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our laundry methods.

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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,
riigthrough love
atml sacrifice, to a
life of hapmpiness.

We do a great

deal of this

special

Work.

That surely is

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proof 'of satisfactory service.

CAL
LAEMLE
presents

Pone 2076 or 20 '77

the beautiful "'Ierryt' o Round" Girl in

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Base ,l oi OwenKild ari,'s Flife story
"ITY .1A.1111'ROSE!"

"Mary. Philbin is lvcna
cannot forget hvr loveliness for

er, even more appealing than
in that picture is Mlary Philbin

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