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The Michigan Daily, 1925-11-22

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 22; 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"T PAGE I HREIR

Sophomore Prom Applications
Will Be Ready For Distribution GWEEKI;Doe MstB vi
THNKGVIGWE
Ticket applications for the S a BusikPhonograph company un- $.Intel atiori of E 1 (r T inihuvi w iel eh rgrasm wehae rrangwil our table of
Soho ruswc *l ius ent itha pe'wii.t-zdouble hill tl'it issure to be receiel witl eitliulasmn.
more prom to be held Dec. 11 in the til the present season. At 11:30 o'- i I #",* .fl 1 ~~~oe ~~u n'uf)thiln n
b a l l r o o m o f t h e U n i o n , w i l l . b e r e a d y c l o c k o n t h e n i g h t o f t h e p r o m , t h e l m t r f s i u t o s .' 1 4 e n = t t e a t i i l b e p e e t d \ ' t i t n 1 e l e d a d I 1 v 6 l Un oo p ro r h s r - w lb e ia l IS i n p i e.fri t i u i n f o mu t 5' cc k e nt n gi hKytn' sly r ss
tomorrow at the corner desk in the that continuous music will be playedl
Union. It is advisable that applicants from midnight until the close of the
fill out and return their requests as party at 2 o'clock.
r soon as possible, as the number of1 The patterned, silver-plated com-It sr
tcesiliieto20Aplcnspacts that were ordered last Thurs- A s l t yi re f Y
tcesslmtdt25.Apiat~Ddfrom the members of the class of '281 day will be issued with the tickets. 1b o ilife e t.nd f i l
Whose University standing is satis-I ' I~(
factory will receive first consideration flfj'I aloudSuWith
by the Invitation committee; it is es-ru 1111
been paid. the' ir ®n, r'unrarrh A tand
Plans for the decorations for the hI ihJFOR IUVU h il n
affair are nearing completion, Paul"
mittee, a n u c d ysed y h n- N m ro sltesfr U iest t L u g h s a (4 ,g , ! 1 .& V -
yetra . C a g u eosltesfrU iest t -es in the appearances of the ball room dents, received by the postoflfce ev-
wil be accomplished entirely by indi-i ery day, can not be deliver ed because
rect methods of lighting. Flood- of insuficient address and after a
lights will play upon the orchestraI short time must e sent to the (ead i
both from the ceiling and from theI letter office if unclaimed. Students (yl
floor. At the base of each column whose names were published in yes- ( A PlCIII -NOYEL, D IAV~I" '0
in the room a spot-light will be con- terday's Daily as. having such mail IATIVE,11 EA T(It'll R PIN(eadandictduwrtopyatheosff mygttbyalngIFLE1IVT 10AC ,Al-rf
upon the natural color scheme of the at the general delivery window at the VENTURE, LOY1ALT Y ,AM)VII ,
sroom. The lghsthemselves proba-imain office before. Nov. 30.( 1/ V 0 B T WL~l ILL CST -Inar
F l ilnot be colored, asitis- I If students would fill out the pink iuYUAWI~3lN t'TI!1
Sieved by committee mmesta cards, placed by postal authorities in pu
the original- color scheme of the hal t many places about the campus early
ca ebogtotmr itntvl!in the fall, the difflulty of delivering uk
wihtepanlgt.1 student mail without' sufficient ad- FiI
KeysoesSrnaesIh r dress would be remedied, and it s 11
Playing in various restaurants in De- I advised that all students who have
troit this season, have been engaged not done this obtain cards from the a1
to furnish the music for the occasion. Postoftce immediately._
This eleven-piece musical organiza---
tion has been making records for the jJu nior Engineers ;-Sipporl ed by a
Makes Offer ForJ Pick Another Hue ,I H MN L TRCA T
Go enm n LnFor iGlass Jacket 'ol flestry113 en.1111 VD eci ed lbyi
-In response to a petition signed byIy°
X(By Associated Press) more than 50 members of the Junio _
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20.-1. Stan- engineering class who were dissatis- +
ey Dollar, vice-president of the Do- fled with the class apparel previusly
lar lines, announced late today that eetd akbu odryjc
he would submit an offer to the ship trimmed with a yelo bttm an
ping board tomorrow for the charter has been chosen as the distinctive=D
of the Admiral-Oriental Line for fiveI dress for this year.-
ch s;w s m d r m a sot e o 6years, to b-c followed by its pur- The selection of the present coat ]iii T i "
representing every hue °-and color ION1 '
CHICGO.-hicao's ,000police-f available from local merchants.
men =would be instructed to lend no-
further support to enforcement of thej DUBLIN.-A bomb today wrecked)ni rorsFaoij
prohibition law, but to spend their a motion pictueAtheterswFchvhsrite
tima.-In running down criminals, un-k been showing a film of the Battle off
der a resolution prepared by the eom- Ypres Two pplicemen were shot, one . " )
mittee on judiciary for submission to! seriously, when raiders threw the
the city council. bomb. Pi ..
Natural Interest Holds W #~- m n h
- ~at the -->-
- Successful
RAYSTONE BALLROOM IsAsite ~Ebpening P
DETROITKEN MEDGLEY
Detroit's smartest ballroom. w odru rhsrspoiecn_ n
_ ~~~tinuous dancing.NOETMMNS
Graystone Dancing Nightly Except Monday ANDT XYLOPHONESIV
- ' Act AppearsSunday
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Soul the SMandel
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I o Insl aac"-d d isa' I a ow hat iii' sre i'wnsiuan othr o
for cosy S u nrd ay n ig h t r h+ iac' psoIi atHr. 1a-doxdin' eally lIove Jo(hn tv~jal~s
you. 11s ,ll i o .awta e rs sjs tIi;fu~nh
Sadppe rs f en joy G- ilespie I h town d uak sad, is really a uti-nllion re? A
it - t i + lIt, i rs th ei to iviuiie u's s 0 i e ts- 3 o i 'll lau g h u p ro yr li u '
golden-brown w ea. ia s? Dn', ir I' er
',AND IN AI1IION IIWITHllTHEIS STANS
made electrically. The Those Funny PICTORIAL GAY OETML
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COMMENTS ORCHESTRA AD :MA'NY OTHERS
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