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JI I DAY, NOVEM l[3ER 13, 1925

rHEI MICHIGAN DAILY

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iii 'iAll PrtkOf (Counitry
Of ovld Curt
HERS FOR TWO DAYS
Fjollowring the suggestion made by
the tudcnt council in its mleeting?
Wednedaythe Student Christian as-
soctie will. sponsor anti arrange for,
a Joi Court confer:ince, composed

Aerobile Success In Germany

MANY FELLOWSHIP DVVNER lof DEATH BED
OPFN TO STUDENTS of NPFUEMSOUGHT

4VALUED AT $1200 EACH-
T 0l A hp3for French uiniversi-
ties in mrore than 30 fields of study,
are open to rten students here upon
aplplication to Dr. Stephen P. Duggan,
;ooretawry of the American Field Serv-
i uo lV eliow: ships for French IUniversi-

rc El 1resc ntativco from althtol ies, Inc'., 52Fifth avenue, ew York
lgsini theistate, to Ile held in 4nnj.
Arbor . 11J and Dec. 1. This con :r~i:>:.>:hese;;;fellowships, not to".. .ox-
-e,, y~, .: ' ":: --:E l1iillut}r ~.le tf ,rence NwAilocc apy the first two days teced a1 in umberire(vaeat,$be-i
of InternlationIal xweep. Speakers from 0 n retnbefr n er e
:s.11 pa its of the county will bi! w. .,:l;,:: apiai ; p rovida cd yea upes
brought here lUringi the week to ad- .IllOifpoie i~ii~a~c
resthe studet body o the Worlcl riirant it
C u t a d t uetion- of;:America's;. ;3,-,r'u, oiflgrowth of the $ociety r
Entran,;ce iiit() it unter the terms of < i~liO lii l)itE1'.<n IFrench5V1iersiche
th:e? Ilardiulg-llutighes.-Coolidge pro- adde Aibafel Field servicenwhich
poal are amtin~thueli zadi
Seve al peak rs ave lre dy b end Pt ii i ,.ia ,(Oi t he tlite, f thlte A mt-
se~icured by the Student Christian as- IaI C, evceFloshp o
sa edcation for their part of the pro- ~~11 is iogohrt~gt
WAp;I.,r,}."..}i. ;{k9:'vi}?It~EI n innv rsdje otIner, thinsOa
gram) of the week. Ex-Coav. William :=%>: '; >:;m.;l nal understand:ing, and
1. Sweet of Cocloradlo, Kirb~y Page, I .:.b wWl ey irlcsz t1
( c mad J 'lroffanhorsecretnaro tendt States :' and to develope a bet-
World StiudenIt Christian association, I . French.Lionandiversitia io e
ill give the main addresses at sev- ,Ii~tos ieno nd s ofFrnchniverascitis-
cer- Iof the meetings of that week. t7 I ' tie antig fleloiws Iths telms-
. noherspake r wll be brought here r 1 uthe ra tlntngaofaflalshisto Am-
by the *Leal gue of Nations Non-P'arti- (.
, an league, to address a gathering W.:_________
whch hywilsoso uin ht A combination of auto and airplane(, with foliMa - wings ,:lndipaimrat- ,IOB B t I /E
Committees have not been appoint- ic wheels that make it equally usefuil onl land or lin the air, is beiing iman-' NE W.Y R r
ed as yet, accordiing to Rensis Likert,, ufactured in Germany for popular use. It can be hioused in an o tEiia OR N W O K
r'26, president of the Student Chris- garage. One of the machines i s shown.lro. ilam I.obsfthge-
tian as5sociation, but will be within a j- - {ret levethsYftr
[~d .VEays and will include men from of the committee and is going ahead, conlference at Princeton and will, witil c' dopart .n ,l willlevthsaer
a:.vrycnpu c vtoh ihohorrigmeisn to spend ten days in New York
1r aly vr amu11ivt.JhnIwt'1h0raneet. ^results froni 1all fthe oth.er uiiiv~ler adasinto rgarding sev-
' i.1lliott '26, who was tile delegate During tile week, a straw vote xvi ' J rs ned t o ges b ri,. .llitd asnt matt e i on eto
from Michigan, to the recent confer- be conducted on the campus to ascer-!
d l egate elected at the conferenlce. NN,,11tile proposed University ofE
one in New York city for the purpose tain the feeling of the student body;,,l41a' h frtatmto nlr ihan epdiin t reln
ofarrang ingfor the IntercollegLate upon. the qustinso ths cunty's, toifitlnatteheitofuAm er- t summ lerpwhichtion toGreentond
Iol Cou?"t conference to be held at entr~ance into the Worl Court. Tihe I nr;01aypltia sua-re.Pofso ob shpflo
I l ilceton, Dec. 11, is acting chairman result of this vote will be sent to theI cordinlg to },lliott. making definite progress in the way

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COFMAN SENT BY S.C.A.
TO WPFAK AT RINDIIFT'

Many trips lhave leay been
scheduled for meulbers o th:e exten-
sion group, inchu iing c:neuto Tcui-
seh which necessitts a ngl'iupof
nearly 35 student sekr.rneet

E (Byp Associated lPress)
FIS1, Nov. 12... Who 1)OC:; OS.eS1
Napoleonl's (loath bed again is a qutes-1
tion1 that is makimng antiquaries forgot1
x war debts and taxes.
Th'le Countess of Laperoue great
granddaughter of Gener'al Montholon,1
to whom Napoleon was supposed tot
harve willed his death bed, attests to l
the genuinenmess of her possession by k
documents duly verified by mlotaries.
Prince Murat is said to h4ave the1
real relic, which cameiniztJe M'urats
famuily by will from Carlimte 1Bont-'
parte, queen of Naples.l Supp Qters
of Montholon conitenid teat tis I. d is,
only a camp~ bed to which, thle re-
mal~ins of the emperor wxv e=ftrantsfer-
m-ed after his decath.
Now 'omies air Alneric u ialnateuir I
c-olltetor on the trail of tihe "re'al"
death bed. It was offe:redl fori-sale
ati ifeauvilie last sme. IPec
admjirers of the '"Little Co;rporal" lie-
001110 anxioas lest this pl'(cicxu 5 piece
he oxIoited f rm Franco. They . tart-
ed a subscription for it'; pnlruja '
While waitinlg its final disposition in'
Paris, someone started a contiover~s V
as to the authenticity of tie beid.
The owners of two otiher ~aplo
death lbeds are keeping dark;'or-'tihe
inolne~nt, vaiting to See how the .conz1
troversy turns before deciding wh fat
line to take.

I U Ul LnllII ni UIFVL1 I lug all grouzpsof catus ativitis,
according to Ezra.Youg, 2,cir
larold C. Coffman, general secre- ;irran of the extension 'nitte
terry of thr Student Chlristian associa--'_____
tion, addressed time father and son's NF
bangquet of the Ithaca high school I NW YORK-One OYR. ofntie mst sev-r
\\ ednesday night as part of the pro- Iereatqasoft : ra.r c
grain of the extension dlepartment inl orded 'Tuesdaiy oii the sjmogahat
fur1nishing speakers for meeting: all!i Fordham n iiversity'.
over the state. Mr. Coffman is the;---
eighth speaker to be senit out this The Italian government w -ill sub-
fail. Trhe eight speakers have ad-; sidize hydroelectricplns
dressed four meetings totalling more --" -_______
than 2,000 people, Patronize Daily Advertis ers.

Leave ouders at -Wahr's, Graham's,
later's, Barbour Gymnasium, Mack
&Coo', and Candy Booth in Univ.
Hall.

Limited issue. Pledges
filled before public sale.
Christmas gifts be sets of

will be
Let your

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during his eastern trip. }

DETROIT T14 TREE
THIS WEEK

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Schber Laaye af aye tatShcy
xl1ii 'day, hcst et~ Sd at tt., 5cc try $2.50
The STUDENT PRINCE;
The Musical Triumph
of a &G-serrationi

$1 per Pack

Benefit Leacue Bu'ding

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OUR COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVE
MR. JAMES 'LONG
WILL DISPLAY
SPORTS APPAREL
OF INTEREST TO
ALL STUDENTS AT
HOTEL ALLE ~mEL

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AD _ Eves. w - 5~c to $1.50
Wed. Mat. 50c to $3.50
Sat. Mat. 50c to $2.00!
Positively Last 6 Days
A 'E' IRISH ROS
Last Time November 14
SEE IT NOW t
uutistflr la ouseTues. lhn s rs a.
Mat;. 50C and m5c
Woodward at Eliot Tel. Glendale 9792
TW~O "WEEKS nONLY
The BONSTELLE Co.
In the Molnar Ilour nijeComedy
AR Played 1)y Eva [_e Calliemine

ZOur Wail Paper Experience
Has taught us that the way to please the women is to carry
an eKiensive line, well colored, with a variety of patterns.
This we have. Quaint designs for children's, rooms, artistic
al1-over patterns fo:r living rooms, tapestry patterns .for dining
Yrooms-in fact;- a pleasing design for every room in the house.
We not only have the papers but can have them HUNG
PROPERLY as well.

Shuld

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The Home of Wall-Paper and Paint 'Satisf ac'-01.

Phone
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Ser-ed at All Hours
SPECIAL IDINNERS
1i 6} a.m.-W pan. & 5 :30-S p.m.
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NOV. 13

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NOV. 14

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