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THURSDAY, APRIL. 30, 1925 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HISTORY SOCIETY
WILL MEET HER
IlissiSipl iValley Associatioii ('o~aiii n
'I'o W. L. C'lemnits' Library}
For Session Tomonirrow
KAE1RPINSKI TO SPEAK
'_ Members of the Mississippi Valley
hIistorical association, which opens its
18th annual convention in Detroit to-I
flay, will hold their second lay ses-
sion in the William L. Clement >' Ii-
lbrary tomorrow morning.{
Randolph G. Adams, custodian of
~the library, will give the welcoliling
address. Prof.' Louis Karpin ski, ofIl
ithe mathematics department, will dis-x
(,us;; "Map Collections Relating (ol
the Hlistory. of the_ Mississippi Val-
1cy" andl Nelson V. Rlussell, of the}
hiistory department will give a pa1wr
~on the "Spirit ofDevelopment of the
4liritish Administration of 11lichigan."
fProg. C. 1-1. Van Tyne of the historyj
dl epartient, will preside at the meet-
ing which will begin at 10 o'clock.j
At noon Robert M. Rieser, assistantj
~attorney general of the state of Wis- 1
~consin will give an address on the
"WisconsinMichigan Boundary Dis-1
'pute." Mr. Rieser, who represents
Wisconsin in the controversy now
pending before the United States Sni-
1jreme court, will eXplain the case of
atiplied history, and will show why
-legislative bodies should take care to
preserve their historical records.
On the return to Detroit the delega-
tlion will have dinner at the College
t)of the City of Detroit, following which
thbere will be a business, meeting.

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EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
71 2 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Sts.

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Dinner de Luxe each evening (except Sunday) in Blue
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Club Breakfast in Venetian Room, 859' and $1.00.
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Thousands of Ann Arborities
Have Laughed Until Tears Rolled
Down Their Cheeks
You'll Climb' the Exalted Heights of
Farce with the Inimitable Syd and
Roar at the Home-coming
at the Finis

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ill the PrOverbial Role of
Sir Fancourt IBabberly "Babbs" assisted
the greatest array of star comedians ever
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pictuic wil male you richer by a. thousand whole-
some, hearty laughs. The screeni has never iore
offeed so full ami evening of hilarious emite 111n-
ment and care free full as '°Charley's Aunt" I Lgs
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