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FRIDYAY, OCTOER 24, 1.24
r~tiiai Phillips sees. Davis Victory
G AY LU I~flLShould Election Go To House
M1DKIAL UENProfessc.r Magnets With Republan Opinion' That Hueo ersna
M -3ardil Gras Gathering is Planned by NmneI tt

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Student Council theu election of the PresidentI votes on the Democratic candidate,
goes in the Hlouse of ltepresentatives, but hie declined, saying that he would I
BAND TO LEAD PARADE, I predict that John NV. Davis will lled rather do so "ini two Weeks."'
llallwe' thi yea wil be ele eectedi to the rres idency." This w~as B c ce e ie
Hallwe'e thi yea wil be ede-the reply that Prof. U. B. Pijillips, of IB eee eie
brated in Ann Arbor in the form of
a Mardi Gras festival which will take the history department, gave to the' By Dar!to u'th M~en
place on the *night of Oct. 31. If pos- chief republican contention of the _____
sible it is planned to hold the c0010- day that in case the vote for P-resi-1 Hanover, N. H., Oct. 23.-When a
braton in Sleepy Hollow. IBonfires (lent has to go to the House andl thej large department store announced a
andeletrc lght wll l~uinte hevote for Vice-president is put in sale here, several members of one of
cianefthidwayledraibooh and rl the Senate, the decision will rest be the oldest fraternities at Dartmouth
tweenmdwa lied ithboohsandd each purchased a bicycle. Others have
fortune telling caves will provide en-; renCoig n Bryan. followed suit. and the. fashion is.
tertanment "Davs woud beelected,"' Profes- spreading rapidly.t
Everything connected with the fes- 1 .rPilips Continued, "because Cool- --____
tival is to be ;free. Apple will be I dt has no chance in the House. 11 AVE YOU SUBSCRIBED YTET?
passed out, and smiles only will be Fni'tilerinole, the Republicans. will
taken in payment. Pageantry and taeeIymast rvn ra
theatricals of all kinds will feature framk illingry e m ea s id p ent air. I- "-
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on the program which is being word~- 1sicl1 a man as IHenry Cabot Lodge
ed out by committees appointed by wr ntelwrHos mcran TONITE
Prs .H ulr fteCabrthat he would make every effort toI
of Commence. Alfred B. Connable, swing votes in favor of Davis if theme AMATEUR NIGHT
president of the Student council, will was any possibility of having Bryan lI
have charge of the University' s share for' President. If iBryan should be, Big Amateur SWow
in providing talent for the evening. elected Vice-president, vwhile uimuall- i
The ichganban wil lad he ei;taneously no majority is reached for as
pad.a President in the House, wtihin 24' JACK PICKFOR-D
Prizes 'will h e given ,for .the bes'a '. ouirs Davis would be elected instead l In
Haloween ostme an con ptitonof allowing Bryan to succeed to the
is expected in -the 'shape' of fairie s,Iprsdnilca.( "CR SOSFNSH
goblnsgnoesandwithes Pr- I"Surely the Laloliette votes will'
vidinig Sleepy Hlollow can be rscour--not go to Coolidge, and the Demno .IgRaig ~r
ed, a pageant will be pres ented. 1 crats will stand by Davis. So the i selected Conmedy
cards are stackced for Davis in the . latrilay and Sunday
W[ overt of the vote going into tine House
SA L R SPEAKS 9T of .2?eeZ2:les."tothJppuar ,B1 NNETLT'SIUSC.
Professor Phillips was asked to C~E~
Ngive __n___________as__tothe__pop____

JdahPd0:
No welt dressed college mhan is
without one. It's the original,
correct slicker andthere's noth-
ing as smart or sensible for
rough weather and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow water-
proof oiled fabric. Has all-
'round strap on collar and elas.
tic at wrist-Bands.
Clasp-closing style
Button-closing style
Stamp the correct name in your
memory, and buy no other.
The "Standard Student" is
made only by the Standard
Oiled Clothing Co., N. Y. C.
Shp one on at

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4 lisc sses Great .kes-S1. ILowrenc=3
Waterway Before Engineering
k, Convention
S Prof. Il. C. Sadler of the marine en-
_._Egineering. department presented a
~,.,paper yesterday at the afternoon ses-
,, ..sion of the American Society of CivilI
Engineers which is meeting in Detroit
fithis week..
Jj Professor Sadler discussed "the~
' Great Lakes to St. Lawrence water-
way.
ti$ Approximately 450 engineers from
all over the country are attending the;
ii~ convention. Among the other pro-
E ' Innt engineers to discuss the St.}
y Lawrence project were: Francis C.
Shenehon of Minneapolis Minn., H3. D..
Parsons of New York city, L. C. Sabin,
'00E, of Saginaw, and Thomas HI.
s~ I-Iogg of Toronto, Canada.f
'f By means of the St. Lawrence wa-t
at terwa.y it is expected that ships loaded
a~t Duluth, and other- Great Lakes por&
7Tah travel directlyto the port of their,
dlestination. In addition to shipping{
advantages -which the xatervay willa
r duothe engineers say that a con-
sidlerable block of powrer can be~ trans-
init'ted to the surrlunding state. inl
Nvew vEzglan d.
'TY TAP BOOM EQLUlP11MENYl':
IConsistent with other changes that3
h ?ave been made in the Union equip-
ment this year is the addition of 200
r ew chairs for the tap room. The
chairs, are somewhat more elaborate
than those adorning the room in the
, nMat and a~dd co~nsiderable life aindI

Utae
TONIGHT AND) TOMO6RROW
JACKMULHALL and EDNA MURPHY
',,INTO THE NET"
RICHARD E. ENRIGHT
Police Commissioner of New York City
IN AD)DITIOTN
Kenneth MacDonald in
"Dynamite Dan"

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Jib no'Is Game ine additii to those
show-Ingthe first half,.
Sun.l - Wari ng's e8ny0aian

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"People always see]
your hair first

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'Don't let unkempt hair
spoil your whole appearance!

atmosphere to the cafeteria quarters
with their, contrasting colors of red,
yellow, and black.
The cost was $8 apiece.f
Lafayrette, Ind., Oct. 23.-Adhesive !
tape, 216 miles of it, in 12-in rolls
and 20 Miles of muslin for, bandages
1?as been supplied by the university
health service to Dave Woodward, the'
athletic department trainer at Pur-I
due university.

N o matter how carefully you
are dressed-you cannot look
your best if your hair is straggly,
unkempt.
Today well-dressed men, in col-
lege and in business, have found just
what they need to keep their hair
in place-Stacomb. This delicate,
invisible cream will keep the most
unruly hair in place all davt long.

In jars and tubes; at your, college
drug store. Apply a little Stacomb
tomorrow morning, and look your
best all day!1
KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACE

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SLEEP' ANYWHERE, BUT
THE CLUB LUNCH
J712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Sts.

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Flowers never fail 'to express your Most tender sentiments, either at
times of sorrow or. of joy.
No matter how formal or how intimate the pccasion, our floral ar-
rangements meet the requirements exactly.
rbor Floral Co.

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by Rafael -Sabatini
A Romantic Drama of Buccaneer
Days On the Spanish Main!
Lren ERSONALL2Y SE I;Ii) BY RAFAEL SABATINI
TO PLA~Y 1 lE ROLE OF

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