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October 14, 1923 - Image 2

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__________________THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ SMNJAYt, O

'OBER 14, 1923

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will assume the form of a mixer. A 'PROF. WENLEY D~EFENDS
musical program will be rendered and ACTION ON IhRiiI
refreshments served.
I (Continued from Patge One0)
UN ) TOASSIGN party issue in the United States. ifIf
MORE. ADVISORS w di r ikrhmo k
as death and C a (-3. Soowner ori a ter

ree(nt inl particular c'ase, ,wxhen a flir'n
by t,,tI~e T;;),. ,tno)appe.,a11 'wn Read the IWant Ads
tcaken. 'T-!tt s 1 her fl ( s )~
no retrial of tI h' Case Cin te pesW
Is this possiblec? I fe ar not.
"Thus, with treferencne to the U2
now under diseussion, while we rn-; A .1W1-II1 T R F.

R'i<ead The Daily- "Classified" Columns.

say tOat the Board errs, we C"''. ar~i-

Oi'nA i~ io~ ~i~ an 81e;Alsub-
ma ege vidn,,-vii Oecup('I y the
attention 01t-eCent<alCamnpaign

Letters from the Upperclass Advis- we shall have to reject some cyan::, riyt sid;a~i v
Eory commuittee will be sent to 125 up- and( then a noisy group, arising on thecid,
ierclassmen who signified their wil- bind leg of citizenship,' will try to-
i nCeS to serve as' advisors but who 'ennoble the vulgarity of its pet aick- )tiuie Leagrue t ie ~ ~ 1ejwt eeunl ob cmost ep s ihtelaoo atri ypoi elo ewigive dance j
frehmn tmoro. Tisisthefist "On the other biandl, it; is hllhly de-! and supper party at4 o'clock Tues-t
tine thaGt there has been an exce5sof surable that certain jl; blie istzes lay alternsooin, Oct. 16, at tIe Schooli
ravs, acodn toCaesMr should he ventilated betlore our fu- of 1'.usic. School ot Music students
nim,'251B, chairman of the commit- t ure citizens. But,,-iF Ibis is to)be are invited.
tee.~~~~~~ dlonle, the Regents mu-.t appit <con)- I- ___________
The letters that will be mailed to mittee of experts fromh whos(' jadg- Patronize- The IDaily Advertisers.
the upperclassmen explain the sitiia- -
tion that prevails in regard to the !-11iuI[hl1111111 fII n[I 11117111111'1111'iiIIIIfulil
large number of advisors. Apologies r 4 . o "c
ar xed d t h m f r nt bi g=able to use them, in the letter. i - ----- -----__ _ __-_-- -°'__
Tihe large number of upperclassmen "^, r
willing to l]end their services in in- ,%.
structing the freshmen is unusual in f_________ ---
the history of the committee, accord-= -
rb to Merriam. The freshman class i iU '6l
this year is average in size and the I ___--_____
excess of advisors can only be due -= tite Peole an t1d Mo ily Girls : atlurdtand Sun3, 113.114;
to more upperclassmen co-operating,1 - dsl.aia
he stated. ' = ! D NlNG (~ID
Ford Profit Shiarig Plan Piiblti .'~ led
Washington, Oct. 13-(By A.)-
11enry Ford's plan of profit sharingonZ B G II WGT SH X
t the Detroit, Toledo, and Iro'htowvn -=
railroad, which he bought two {years -SAT'RDA UI 1'- ST1ARTS 11 01 14C A
ago, was fully explainied today in a
report mnade public by the Interstate Be her, it 11 o'clock sharp
Commerce commission.

it
a$
may cause a lot of dlamage. If you
have no insurance on your house o?
furniture you must suffer the entire V
loss.
A FIRE INSURANCE
POLICY
-will cost a trifling sumn yearly and
will save ,you thou sands o' dila zm i.'''
the case of :fire.
PHONE 11lBui'0-:ian hih

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Constance knows You love to laugh aat the discomifiture of other, so she made this to give you a treat.
The laughs are on her, shoe admits. rihat is, all bout the last laugh. And, as Daulcy says: "He who laughs
last ."
so leave old mnan TDsginity behind and conie prepared to have the time of your young life.

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