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November 10, 1923 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-11-10

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SATURDAY, tiO'VE MBER 10, 1923

T'HE' MICHIGAN DAILY

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1~, 192~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE

Interior Of New Field House

Pearl Dining Rooms
Special Home-cooked Chicken Dinners
"Lie You Get at Home"
Call 1079-R for Reservations I
614 MONROE STREET
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Wed. MAt. 60cCtoK1.60 Eat at the Greystone
FIRST TIME IN DETROIT 1030 EAST UNIVERSITY
"UP SHE GOES" ROAST PORK DRESSING APPLE SAUCE
-b 1ii SWEET AND IRISH POTATOES SALAD
a Superb Singing, Dancing -:
and Acting Cast HIO \IE MADE MINCE PIE

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Varsity sport events formerly he'd in Waterman gymnasium will be
held to a large extent in the new field houso in tke future. The seating ca-
} :city' s several times that of the gymnasium and thus it will be possible
cor many more to see the major conte its than have during the past seasons.
It is planned to hold Varsity footb ill practice in the building during in-
element weather -and after dark. Altiough the present clubhouse will still
Jo used there will. be rooms in the new structure for she accommodation of
t11e athletes.
Connecticut Sailors Became
First Marines 148 Years Ago

Special
Orchestra

MICHIGAN NOVELTIES
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One hundred and forty-eight years
ago, eight "well-spirited and equipped"
members of the Connecticut state navy
were selected to guard a large sum
of money on its route from Hartford,f
Conn., to Fort Ticonderoga. -They:
were the first marines in history, al-
though new groups were organized'
within that year. "
June 15, 1775, the marines of the
Rhode Island navy were serving on
board the U. S. S. Katy and U. S. S.
Washington when these vessels cap-
tured an armed tender of the British
frigate Rose. This was the first hostile
vessel to be captured by an American
armed ship.
It was not unti Oct 5, 1775, that the)
Continental Congress used the word

VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
WELCOME MARINES TO CITY
Richard N. Hall post of the
Veterans of Foreign Wars wish
to welcome the Marines to Ann
Arbor. To you men who served
in the World War, we offer all
ties of friendship and hope your
short stay will not soon be for-
gotten. As you parade down the
field we will think of days gone
by and we hope that feeling will
not soon be forgotten. Your
I brief visit allows us only to
offer you a very sincere welcome
fbound by mutual friendship. .

New line just received: Vanity Cases, Puff Cases, Lip-stick Holders, Small

Mirrors, Perfume Flasks, Ladies' Pendants, Pins and Rings.

You have to

see to appreciate.

Take a look at our WINDOW DISPLAY.

Al favors

for the house party.

"Marines" for -the flrst time. It oc-
curred on the occasion of a resolution
directing General Washington to ac-
quire two armed vessels and.use them
to capture two British brigs loaded
with mur itions that had sailed unes-
corted froi England. In this resolu-
tion Washington was also instructed
to give orders for the "proper encour-
agement" of the "marines and sea-'
men" serving on those vessels.
Today the marines observe the 148th,
anniversary of their natal day, which
was Nov. 10, 1775, when the Congress
by resolution directed that a regiment
of 'two battalions of marines be raised.
Since that eventful day that branch of

the service has grown in size and rep-
utation until it is now considered one
of the world's greatest fighting ma-
chines, marching to the four corners
of the earth and sailing on the five
seas.
Clements Library to Open for Alumni
William Clements library will be
open this morning in order to allow
alumni in Ann Arbor for the Marine
game to inspect the new building.
Alumni are welcomed at the library,
and will be shown the collections that
have been housed there.

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For the benefit of those who will want to remember today's
making this

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$1.50 worth of Michigan-Marine Pictures for $i.oo

ANY THREE LARGE PICTURES FOR $1.00
ANY FIVE LARGE PICTURES FOR $1.50
ENTIRE! SET FOR ONLY $3.25

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LYNDON & CO.
719 N. UNIVERSITY, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Send to-
The piL"'res which I have checked below. (If you
want only one photo send just fifty cents.)
[ ]I -Parade showing Marines.
I ] 2-Dedication exercises in Yost Feld House,
showing Sec'y Denby, Marines and Band.
[ ] 3--Bleachers-Marine section.
[ ] 4-Sec'y Denby and party in box.
[ ] 5-View of Yost Field House.
[ ] 6-Michigan Union.
[ ] 7-Bleachers- Mark here location of
Ferry Field. your seat in stands ....
[ 8-Coach Yost
r [ ] 9-Capt. Kipke--Michigan.
(All Americans Half-hpark)

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