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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SC .A. ANNOUNCES
HOLIDAY BARNUET

Europe Cradle
Of Man, He Says
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Foreign Students Will Be Entertained
At Thanksgiving Day Dinner
To Be Given At Union
EX-GOVERNOR TO SPEAK
Foreign students on the campus will
be guests at the third international
Thanksgiving banquet given by the
Student Christian association and Y.
W. C. A. Wednesday, Nov. 25, in the
assembly hall of the Union. Former
Governor William Sweet of Colorado,
has been secured as the principal)
speaker for the occasion; Shirley
Smith, secretary of the University,
will be toastmaster. Music will be
furnished by an orchestra composed
of Chinese students.
Faculty members, townspeople and
American students will act as hosts
to the students from foreign lands.
The seating arrangement at the tables
will be such as to commingle the var-
ious nationalities and races so as to
promote greater friendship.
Invitations will be mailed out to
all foreign students who are regis-
tered at Lane hall. Those who have
not yet done so may register next
week. Students who wish to attend
the banquet may obtain tickets at
Lane hall at $1.50 per plate.
Hutchins' Book Is
Praised By Paper
Dr. Henry C. Hutchins' book in the
"Printing of Robinson Crusoe" was
given a comprehensive and sympa-
thetic review in a recent issue of the
literary supplement of the London
Times. Dr. Hutchins has been a mem-
ber of the English department fac-
ulty since the fall of 1924. The vol-
tme, which was the result of ex-
tended research among the various
editions of the book, was printed by
the Columbia University Press last;
summer.
State Officers Aid
Local Police Today
Local police officers will be aided
in guard and traffic duty for this aft-
ernoon's game by the addition of 2&*
state troopers and 12 police from To-'
ledo. Extraordinarily large crowds
are expected by city officials and ev-
ery precaution will be taken to in-
sure the efficient conducting of traf-j
NEW YORK.-May Williams, hav-
ing outbid Henry Ford, has purchased
the Andrew Jackson figurehead of thef
frigate constitution for her private
museum.

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Dr. Alex Ilrdlicka
T'aking issue with Roy Chapman
Andrews, noted explorer, who has
just returned from Gobi desert withl
evidence which he says shows Asia
was the cradle of man, Dr. Alex
Hrdlicka (above) Smithsonian Insti
tute, Washington, declares that "first
man" emerged from savagery some-
where in southwestern Europe.
Cestre Arrives;
Will Teach Here
Prof. Charles Cestre of the ┬žor-
bonne, Paris, who will offer courses
in the English and romance languagesf
departments of the University next{
semester, has arrived in this country.
At present Professor Cestre is of-I
fering a series of lectures at Bryn
Mawr college.
Following a brief stay at the east-I
ern college, the lecturer will enter1
upon a speaking tour under the aus-
pices of the Alliance Francaise, which
will last until February, and will
carry him to the leading cities of
the nation.j
Union Will Post
Scores Of Games

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DAWNDONTS
Are made of tle finest materials in a clean, sanitary shop.
in neat containers. We are not ashamed to put our name
goods.
Ask for Genuine
DA WNDONTS
At Your Grocer
This Adv. is good for a free sample when presented
at our Bakery.

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on our

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WORDEN & WESTENHOFER, Props.
216 E. Wasl1dgioni St. An' Arbor, Michign

Chop Suey, 29c
Society Rolls, 29c
1-lb. M-Boxes, 89c

Chocolate Fudge, 25c
Vanilla Fudge, 25c
2-lb. M-Boxes, $1.75

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that so characterizes Preketes. Our Salads, Chop Sueys,
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and more than satisfy you.

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Sugar Bowl
109 S. Main

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Scores of important football games
this afternoon, including several in
the East, will be posted by quarters
on the scoreboard in the lobby of the
Union today. A private Western Un-
ion wire will furnish the Union with
the scores, beginning shortly after 2
o'clock.
Insulin is now being extracted from i
certain fish at a cost of one-fifth of
that product a year ago.

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Laundry

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Poultry and
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early this week end We
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Your clothes will look whiter and last longer.

STUDENT BUNDLES GIVEN SPECIAL
ATTENTION

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Pure Cane Sugar,

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5 lbs. .......29c

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Special Prices on Lots of Six
Sure Pop Corn, pkg..............10c
Full Cream Cheese, lb. ..........32c
Spy Apples, peck ..............50l

Milk was your first food. It is still your best food.
Increase your health order by phoning us today.

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