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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NC)VF,.,TPER.

21, 1 S)23

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 192~

LOCA ID[ATEfl Clu Fo medgive a: opportunity for students to
Club Fo med !offer any suggestions or complaints,
TH ,1 IBSy Studen 1 they may have regarding the manage-i
"Ilr Any student in the School of Busi-;
Nun M NAG V BYOfB, flC il ss A ministations ligible forac
___i__ tive membership, and provision is
a i adeforthe dmisio ofother stu-
. Iz orer o "ceat an nteliget ;dents of the U-niversity, who are in-
0 U ei intrest in business administration, to terested, as associate members. The
afor- basis of fellowship for tepronlo h ru ilas n
SdERe _'6TIic;tir i .al Jknr rise Co. Of students of the School of Business i chle honorary members.
1letroit ibeases Wu d aeibAnd Administrationi, and to provide contactR etnsaet ehl the first
Orphe~ll houseswith current problems of comnmerce f'hrdyofec oth n n
a~rz inusty",who is interested1 is invited to conie
a didsr" a business administra-I tot the first regular meeting, Dec. 3,
ALL U.NDER OND HEAD tiont club has recently been formed.! obcm cuine1ihtecu
______One of the distinctive features of~ and its activities, and to apply for
Withlthleasing of* the, Wuierth and the organization is the committee on ,ebrh~atta ie
rpemtetrtohePjuTh-school relations, which shall receive e~es~ tta ie
Jrcal Enteirprise rJ ofI:& c onstructive criticism of the methods[
trotannuned husda b W. ;;. nd practices of the school or any For every article- for sale, there is
Butefildojreit t iIhfC opn, phrase of its administration. This will a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.I
for of AtnnArb1or'smo i oues are
Snow runder roe nngei l. Te =010 mIii litiil11119!0101111111011111111 I I I IIL
WiuErthr theater of Y i JI:tH was also
Included in the lae
'transfer of the hog ses w as- made -
bOn a long term lease , the mew com--
pany to take possess :ionz of the three
theaters at ingt today. Tfhe_
Wuertli and Orpheum nz theaters will be =
nder the nin iageit of llowa~d = -
Sweet, present mnge 1the, 'Martha l -
Washington teaerof Ypslar nti.
Mr. Bultterfield nnoi1yel tat themel-
w~ouldi be no rchange in)the p)olicy orl
personne1 of lehue.Both them
Majestic anrcl f I~ 'theate1rs, under
the control of ihe )i o pany, will
rewniuinunder theyr sat manage -
Includedamong I Mr. Butterfield'a
theatrical plans bI r Ann x Arbor is the
construction of a new~ Capitol theaterT
in. the campu s distrct work to begin - EX Q U ISITE H A TS is f tr orad ob on
pletd aoutOctoer f 127.Lovely models in metallic, faille,
pletedabout _______of._927._ satin, gold lace, velvet and felt, suit-
able for street, dance and evening s
EstellaVislit
. = wear. Boutonnieres for coats.
T1ow n To Stud~y Flowers for dresses. Curtain drop
veils for hats,, and fancy kerchiefs
. Scho 1 Sy tem =and scarfs. -
F ctlipe E"stella, secretary of the Uni- HLI-
b'?5,;or thPhilippinUYEAR'&aHINTZAnn
ers'y o th Phlipine, ws i An
weel xP~k studying the sse
,I :Jorg'alliation, of the, Uiversity 328 SOUTH MAIN -
bu esoffices, which lie has char-;t1111t1110111I01111111 1i011i 1111111111111111111:
a O or-zea as layiin nc te eniciency oftua

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1 -lb. M-Boxes, 89c
75c Boxes Fine

CANDY
SPEC IAL
for the
Big Game
2-lb. M-Boxes, $1.75
Chocolates-50c

JERSEY"
MILK
"Every day is a visiting day."
PHONE 8088 ANN ARBOR, MICHi.

Extra Fancy Lunches
Prepared with all the care and served with all the daintiness
that so characterizes Preketes. Our Salads, Chop Sueys,
Toasted Sandwiches and other specials are sure to please
arnd more than satisfy you.
Prekete 's
S ungat 109 S.1Main

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Monday,

Nov.23

ornwell --Coal--Ccke-
Scraniton, P cahontas, Kentucky\
and West Virginia Coal
Solvay and Gas Coke
This business has been growing ever since it was established.
The secret is "GIVING ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION
TO OUR CUSTOMERS."
We believe it pays to do business in a friendly way. If you
think so too, let's get together.

YOUR ATTYENVTION
C U RTA ION 0%S mARP

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BERTRAM C. WHITNEY
pr.esentst5
STHE OUTSTANDING
DRAMATIC EVENT
OF A DECADE
LATEST-O3REA TEST PLAY.

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"p lerfect machine." M~r. 1lstella left
hsere yv sterday for Indiana university
and Ohio State university, where he
will ma :ke a similar study before visit-
ing all of the principal colleges and
universities in the East for a like pur-
pose.
:kbr. 1stella spent some time at a]l.I
of i lie leading universities in theWet-
andt Mriddle West before cominrg to(
Anno Arbor and will not return to the
Philipphines for at least six months...
Ile is particularly inuterested in thel
control of accounts and budgets of
state universities, and expressed him-
slasgreatly impressed with thel
functAioniing of the secretary's orrice
oi the University.
In discussing the University of the
Phillippines, the secretary remarked
th[)at that institution h-as made unde-
iabhlec progress during its brief ex-
i1tecxe of 17 years. T a. this period .
ithsestabl ished all of the schools
wild colleges that the University of
Mi lchigaen maiintains and in addition
hals an agricultural and forestry col-
l;,ge. It is supported by the Philip-
pine government and at the present
imas, a coedlucational enrollment
o," GA00 situ~lents.
WVork is underway on the installa-
nonr of a new $6,000 refrigerating
plant In the old hospital, to make!l
that building ready for use of conva-
lescent_ patients.I

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Cornwell
Phones 4551 and 4552

Office, Cornwell Block

THE BEST OF MEATS
THE ,,BE$T OF SERVICE
What More Can BeAskeed For?
Especial Attention given to

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Success .of Two Continents ex actIy
Q s roucdone year at Empire,.
- ad arrckTheatres Ntw York
Aow 112 Its thnd E n ,Tglancd
NO ONE SEATED

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FRATERNITIES,

SORORITIES AND CLUBS

DURING FIRST

ACT

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A. R. GFELL

Stylish PUP
In Several New Authentic Patterns
to Select From

223 North Main St.

Phone 4208

We feature qualify, of course.

GAUSS

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for Chritmas aI
G RAFLEX1a-
r Features include Kodak An-
astigmat lens f.4.5, reflecting
mirror,. focal plane shutter-=
- but let us show you.r
i= =1
I Whether it's a snapshot of some holiday happening, or
4 an action picture of the season's sports, the Graflex assures.
{ - superior results. It's the camera that many an amateur longs
to own.C
Shutter speeds upĀ° to 1-1000, and the' mirror to show
c you when the focus is sharp, are advantages which, alone,2
=make a Graflexthe camera gift de luxe.;
-,
Prices $62.50Up-
7 Calkins-Fletchier Drug C ..
1- 3 Dependable Stores R
I--.1R

"The Balkan"
A plain pump in satin
or patent for street or
dress wear.
$8.50

$8.00

"The Renee"
A stylish pump in dull or
patent with large steel
buckle.

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Zippers for the Game

Wahr
Downtown

's Shoe Store

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108 S. Main

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