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October 18, 1924 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY si

ITON TO CNE
ITH ALUMNI NO 7
4 Delegates Will Gather Here The
"ee6-end 'ofiNrthwestern
TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS
November 7 and 8, the week-end
fthe Northwestern game, have been
A by President Marion L. Burton as
e the time for his annual discussion
University problems with the
umni. It was also announced yes-
rday by the Alumni association that
ee fall meeting of the board of
overnors of the association will
robably be held at the same time.
Discussions of the University and
means by which it can best serve
e public will occupy delegates to
he conference. The delegates will
iclude more than 100 outstanding
lumni. The aim of the conference
to gather a small.number of care-
ily selected and sucessful alumni to
iscuss problems facing the Univer-
ity.
Th' first session of the meeting
ill be held at 2 o'clock Friday after-
ton at the Union. At 5 o'clock Pres-
Lent and Mrs. Burton will receive
t their home the alumni who have
den invited to attend the conference,
hile a dinner will be served at 7
clock at the Union.
The second session will be held at
S'clocknSaturday in the Union,
rhe, luncheon will be served at
ton. The Northwestern football
ime wll conclude tre program as
wr as the President is concerned.
This year's gathering, which will be
1r largest since its inception will ex-
nd over two days. It has been cus-
>mary for the President annually to
vite certain distinguished graduates
) discuss problems with him and
Hs year a greater opportunity will
3 given for the alumni to submit
teir views on the subjects under dis-
tssion.
tudent Killed By
Flyer When Riding
On Railroad T ack
John R. Rhoades, '27E, of St. Ignace,
as instantly killed yesterday after-
on when the Wolverine flyer of the
ichigan Central railway struck him
hilo he was riding horseback in the
iddle of the railroad tracks near
oster's station, about three miles
est of Ann Arbor.
'Rhoades, who was 20 years old, wavs
cked up by the train crew from the
de of the railroad track where he
as thrown. The body was badly
angled and it was found that the
atch in his pocket had been stopped
4:22 o'clock, the time the flyer
sses that point. The train brought
e body back to Annl Arbor where i,
As taken to the Muehlig undertak
g parlors.:
Rhoades lived with his aunt. Miss
ana Richardson of 115 E. Liberty
reet. He was not accompanied by
zyone on his trip, so far as could be
arned, and it is not known how he
.me to be riding on the railroad
ack, or why he was unable to hear
e approach of the train.
The parents of the student were
tified immediately and the father
1i arrive tomorrow to make arrange-
ants fcr the funeral.

Trying To Set Up
Stable Ministry
In Shaky Giee

500 SCOUTS TO USHER
More than 500 Boy Scouts will aid
in ushering the crowds to their seats
in football games at Ferry Field this
fall, according to the local scout
leader in charge of the work. Eleven
Xa:::<;z'ja cities will be re-
presented by the scouts, the majority
coming from Ann Arbor, Detroit,
Jackson, Lansing, Ypsilanti, and
Saginaw.
Each scout has been sent a bulle-
tin which explains the work. Be-
sides having their dinners donated
FINE-CLOTHES

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and having aisle seats at the games. Scouts ushering at the Wisconsin
the boys are given $1 each toward game must report to their executive
the transportation cost, with the ex- at Yost Field house before they can
ception of those from Ypsilanti who enter the field. Dinner will be served
receive 50 cents. to all scouts and leaders at 11 :30.
ONE
CAR
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After You've Heard the
Winning Results of the Illinois

Game, Come to

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PER
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DELIVERED WHILE IT LASTS

Ann Arbor Restaurant
215 South Main Street

a awi '±u0. F.* DLAESS
Smart Types in Mid-Season Hats
The VELVET The FELT
The SATIN The METAL
Consisting of Black and Various Colors
Popular Price Hat hop
- 333 South Main
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Where you can get the most savory and best cooked food
in Ann Arbor

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Fl ow r
That are sure to please

A. Michalakopouli , formef minister
pf' national economy and Greece's new!
premier, is endeavoring at present to
set up a stable government.
Washington, Oct. 17.-The Red race
is gaining inpopulation, sigures is-
sued by the .Indian bureau show. Not-
able increases were made in Oklahoma
and Michigan.
Norfolk, Oct. 17.-The surrender of
Cornwallis will be celebrated here Sat-
arday. The governors of the 13 or-1
iginal states have been invited to at-
tend.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

Clothes
which area Superior
in-s
Style., and ,uality
Invite your Inspection,.
haves been-i a Standard
for 7(en
over a quarter of a
Century.

Our years of experience added
to the utmost in facilities quali-
fy us to be Ann Arbor's pre
mier florist.
We feel that we can satisfy
you. Our service is unexcelled
and our prices are very reason-
able.

Tea Room

VanB oven
Cress & Thompson
Slate Street
oouth University

Open Daily

1

Luncheon, 12:00 to 2:00

Tea, 3:30-5:00

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Diner, 6:00-7:30

Sunday Dinner, 12:00 to 2:00

Supper, 5:00 to 8:30

Ann Arbor Floral Co
Corner Liberty and Fourth Streets

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W hen the game

is over

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Address Orders to Box 35

You'll need a bit of refresh-
ment. Our tasty sweets and
luncheons will please you.

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double b
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boxes of .
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Right

ly Days gives us
inting fever.
y a day in the woods
re you will find many
of those 12 or 1gauge
hammerless Crescent
er shotguns and a few
shells.
old by
ARDWARE CO.
Hardware Company
- - Service Prompt
Phone 1610

One Block East of Engineering Arch

mee
Cast

Voters
748 Ballots

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r the 748 applications for absent
rs ballots turned into the Repub-
i club in their recent canvas, 194
e from states other than Michigan,
as learned from officials of the
yesterday. The states were as
ws: New York, Washington, Ohio,
ana, Wisconsin, Utah, Maine, Illi-
Idaho, Alabama, California, Iowa,
h Dakota Oklahoma, North Da-
New Jersey, Nebraska, Montana,
ouri, Mississippi, Minnesota, Mas-
usetts, Wyoming, and, West Vir-
,; a total of 24 out of the 32 states
°c absent voting is possible.
e total number included appli-
ns by 170 women, of which 33
from states other than Michigan.
service was offered by the Re-
can club, and at a later date free
'y service on the ballots them-
s will also be given.
Nadu To Discuss
Indian Situation
K. T. Paul, general secretary of
ational council of the Y. M. C. A.
dia, will speak at S o'clock Sun-
night, in Lane Hall auditorium.
ng the year's activities of tie
ga.n in India club. This mee.;-
tyled "World Service Night" by
un, will be open to the public.
Paul is a native of south India,
graduate of Madras university.
as directed his efforts in India
3 aid of the peasants, teaching
modern means of cultivating
and maintaning public and per-

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indry prolblem.

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"Along Came Ruth"

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WI tIND BREESE- ICI{AQD THIORPE
t.lAlTY CAQQ -" WILLIAM BAILEY
EMMAYLMvR-P.WsEGRIFFIN
Soby atn Pale)
Scenaio by GeraldC.Dufily t
DUr ected by Kennetheb h
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in its solutiol,

Phone 2076 or 2077

Ic6 gn vs. Illinois

FOOTOALL

RETURNS

health.
hough Mr. Paul has not an-
:ed a topic, it is understood that
il talk on economic and social

Play by Play Reports-Instantaneous as the Game Progresses
Moving Football-Scoreboard
Special Leased Wire Direct to Stage
Saturday Afternoon

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