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September 27, 1923 - Image 2

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PAGE TWO TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY THU SDAK
rbut m to give th ete tudents more Cain '24 resident of the town%.I''4tr.1iV 9ir tnonIi nwoesadar niostleofc
HII~Wopportunity to progress faster. A A hletc association, Dorothy IJffrey Du~le io anl rrcrwhich appeared i f ai l as.aeo iwn t ta.good strt I le' <i n the i,
stJ udeebeter P 1. f ;iiz:n ; fpogn e ne w hchad aetaxs the211-
Istudent who withdraws is given the '24, president of the Y. W . C. A., ri- STe re c t) iil ut l Bult in it 1 m;",, u," iL n o f i ._hi____ . .n
privilege to take makeup examina-1daDiekhoff, '24, icopres..dnt of the was5 given .t( understand that Econo- I.1t is . 27 oa{' l'ist ot-rexiiweek.
LUU u r ~tions so that any conditions he may lI Ii-ague, Alice Powell, 25, treasurer, Ic- 1 wcuid notL be ffered this se- ----
S~ O~ llI O Shav, will be removed before his schol- Olive McKay, '25,s recording secretary, me~te. cnolm i*,84 is the con r v 1I lea vlo wetr angers of t wleir I
er4.,1.. institution. ponding secretary. semester's curricula. Curse 31 will tes of tk'euusw', s~';eePiny other "pLt arce reunest ed to et Dils
acult y Committee Formulates Two - Th e offered this semester. listed It the 1'teai of 5auid en o l 'e d ,n1'toch withi the Intramural lore' I i

Y, SEPTEMBER 27, 1923
in the Press building ancl
At on the lbulletin board.
WILLI IIAVER1t NC31)LO
rsuanmce of The Michigan
l pin of service, an ex-

019KJI(MUSTAUUMYNY
L ECT URE APPLICTIUNSi
All applications for reserved seats
for the Oratorical association course
for this year nMust be accompanicd by
a check for the necessary amount and
stamped self-addressed envelope, ac-f
cording to a policy determined at a
meeting of the oratorical board yes-
terday afternoon.
Regular application blanks for these'
tickets are being prepared, now that
the entire course has practically been
determined, and will be ready for cam-
pus distribution as soon as they cen
be printed.j
All mail orders for these season tic-
kets will be filled before the tickets
go on general sale and preference will
be according to the carder received.
Mail orders should be sent to Franil
ff. Backstrom, treasurer, 806 Hill1
street.!

hour storm did Igrea.t (damage
city and1( okoliania.

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e11- .oseveral li zo -e ! L1aIS a d taI
this Iorvga311'/. 0,Cc'l1 'ea (i1'. A oe '
lTitraim'alO c2Istny oiila

t gets trdof /
therrufalin k
..quality is a con- ~
/r ~stant satisfaction. f
l -~ O R IG IN A L ', C H
*"The On~e Cigarette "old. the World Over"

WANTED .--TWO STUDENTS
Willing to Work
TO BUY A PAYING BUSINESS
You can work your way thru coilege
during your sure hours. - This is a
going business that has been established
for 15 years. Present owner leaving
the city.
Small Amopunt of Capital will Handle.
Address: Box 50

CO RNWELL COAL/

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West tVa. D an rd _. I

Pocahontas and Coke
I i14P AT E, DELIVERY
COMMON AND FACE BRICK'
CORN WELL 4COAL
P11ONE S 8.-Fl and 2141,0
Of.ic,- - Cornwell Block

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GLORIA SWANSON

In the Spicy Freach C'omiedy Dr um
0 LUESARDIS 8TH -WIS"
ALL THE OTHER IVES CAM~ TO HER WEDDIG-~
WHAT FOR I'I
ALSO
BEN TURPIN I'
In
"THE SHRIEK OF ARABY" SHOW!
AU7GHY TED C ONCERT ORCHESTRA
FRIDAY --IAROLD MAC GRATH'S
Thrilling Novel of the South Sees
"THE RAGGED EDGE"

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KENNEDY~
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MUSiC BY
GRANGER 4ACADEMY
PIL b DAMOND, DIR3CTFOA

Pure foods together with quality
and service at -a fair price is the

T ICKETS AT1
BOO 00KSHC 2)__-- CO YLAR DRUG
GANGCIE . S ACADJEMY

argument why

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All as-s .miics are INFOR~MAL includii,
0'i LN!NG ASSEMBLY

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