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November 09, 1924 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 11-9-1924

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'BIOOGISS (i "Radicar Lis New
Ly OF IIL U L TItILOIT STUDY Canon Of British WHAT'S GIING ON
.1 I N A rr ESHEIS pNotcei to appear i this columa must
ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of I Religious Shrine, p left in th bo at the Daly office
versity. Copy received by the Assistant to thoi President until UILi I SOUTI'cokreedgthdaofsu.
m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays , ~.~:~ 11SNA
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Yhi~ai'e gecnzft#,Per4l~eun 1:30-Young People's corus sings
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l f<n =ing, Mich.. Nov. 7.-A plan to
o e trcaifric on trunk line M-17, away AC1 tc
L'orm the city streets of Ann Arbor ! om1p cte Sofc
s uDined before the pubilc utilities_
(:-flflriis lon todayF. The state High- .1 '
\V:,-y di Cartmnft aslked permission to ! .)= I
~os-; the DI. U. R. tracks on Packard
tree ,ju t outside An ti A rbor, w ith I=A
belt line highway around the city and!=-
designating it M-17.=
The belt line intercepts Packard r TT~UIE R S IYj
street and would circle around to con- setwthM1 n h tersd o A RS«
the city. The Highway department=
requested that if the crossing is grant-
ed the D. 11. R. be compelled to stop-
interurban cars at the intersection. "t!1 llllltU 111lH tt ll1111111 11111111 lp iIiIIil 111i IIIiIi[IIIII II IIflIIII II: 1l IIIM

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League of Nations Non-Partisan Association:
Prof. William A. Prayer of the History Department will speak on, "The
League of Nations as a Nion-Partisan Is'§ue" at the next meeting of the
League of Nations Study Group, at 7:45 o'clock Tuesday night, Nov. 11, in
Room 318-324, IUnion. Members of the Association and all others interested
are invited to attend. Edgar H. Ailes.

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