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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIITJRSDAY, DEC BER :3: 1925-

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Leape, Four Sister

Ships, Meet iery Fate

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de len.Mo t i(. of1!]('(i1i' "i"u" S} r' i !.'rff
heave nlot r',eeved a lpit of an- -:; l.:r".
thracit al0 Isine I he p i of l1C ? /
a sEttI ,A ..t, ( c tsIhe only Ii to o!
for im 12l2(hle relT'H,(lealur say.the
city's ent ire ' u511} , of aiit1rcC''T coal C
he elisis rahave bwn ;
wid( g ;er h{pi!o f Tz.:fj
v,;ii su.'t *tua Oir1oPe, 'oeahon t as,!
niio tl le;the sit uation;t
,(I..0'.1A oh I eeiS a su iicien-t'
q ~ Y )1 S iitIcoalsmii ], Ct pro-
"Vide oheI : I GilP rf5 Jed .5'. heavzyI
571),J 1 t2 f m -wiiI.i*S(a i , h a (he- x
layp lin ~ the;~i.11 o'f 1(h7(fuelthat{
age i............
That;cih njIiraite 'I;th n
.ot.torlev >cemi, ais.e-.
pott eing done in oni c apsterncities, w sI The hand of fate is hanging heavily
declared by local (dealTers to) be arn-! ever ships of the New York-Jackson-
practicable this far inland. Tlic for--I yule line. Preparations are being,
eign1 coal cost, $18a ton at the mines, m gade to junk the flame-gutted hulk of
and wiith an71 additional- $3 a tIon for ltlhe S. S. Lenape, fifth -of the line to'
trans portfationovres the price toI be involved in a disaster by fire. All
the consumer would be practically of the 2£a passengers were save-],
prohibitive. and only one of the crew was lost,
---- - -when the blaze was discovered off At-
nr lantic City. The sister ship of the'
nnLenape, the Comanche, was destroyed'
F s(Aly a month ago. Photos show the
I S TAKN R'(nd some of the survivors.
:Mrs. Anna Fraceel e:,.y ;Smithl, 1f D MILITIA BUREAUI
wIf , of Prof. ArthurW,.. Smihi of the
ph!ysics department-. died at 6 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon , I ;hr residIence BER ERSI ANNUAL REPORT
1008 Oakland avenue.

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~SPAKATSEVIESI- Convenience
Ihleological School head 'Takes rI1pie -
For 1Discussioni -
WAS POPULAR MINISTER An Impo rtanlt Factor
D ean Thomas W. Grahamr, of Ober- i Tur ,,
lin college, will speaki on "The Great I 'JU kji I UZ
IUniversity Man" at the third of the -
series of University services. at 4
o'clock next Sunday nighrt in Hill aui
torium. Dr. Graham has been in un---
versity student work practically all
his life and is now considered one of
the foremost leaders of American=
youth.-
S After graduation from the Univer- -hone A=1#
sity of Toronto, Dr. Graham went to .ufl
Miinneapolis where hie became generalf r f ic e t,-nd~
secretary of the Y. M. C. A. at the f r e fc e tl uh r
.University of M~linnesota. He left ac- ~-
tine participation in Y. M. C. A. work
to take up the ministry and became service-
pastor of 'the First Congregational =
church at Madison, Wis. His sermons
and student groups provedl popular.=
tAt the entrance of America into the
World war, Dr. Graham became chap- -
lain to one of the national guard
regiments and went to France. Upon .
his return after the armistice, Dr. .:-.-
Graham became a member of the fac--
ulty o)f Oberlin college. In 1923, he =
succCee Dr. I. P. Bosworth, retiredf-
as (lean of the theological school.
Sunday will mark Dr. Graham's w-
first appearance in Ann Arbor in re-
cent years.
Matinees
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chapti1er of the Daughters of the An-! secretary to handle all national guard
ercnRevolution. She was a found- affairs under appropriations separate'
SotHe Ann Arb)or B.ook andrpl ,i j-from those for the regular army, is,
hi~clu an wa pesientles yer.recommended by Maj. Gen. George C.
he is urive, b her ! h usband, a Richards,: head 'of the Pennsylvania
daugter" , nthiaPerylitli, and a LImnational guard,- in his annual report
brother =, lFre(l P'. Berry of l?,etroit. made public today as chief of the bu-
Thle funeral service, whi i e i'eau.
pr te ill be at the re csidc at Pr-ogress of the national guard has.
2 o'c:lock Friday. Rev. T)(rbert A, been hindered as a whole, General'
Jump ] will ofiiate, intermeont 'wi1 Rickards dec~ared, by "the tendency
he a t Forest 1 1!111 cemetery. 1Frien4 of I(it theVWaP department: general staff
ma call at1te home from 13 to . to take over certain administrative
ocokThiurauy afternoon and '7:30 function. of the chief of the militia 1
1.lo'clock Thnursday eveniing. bure au.

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Is One Picture
In A Million!
Here at last is the motion
picture about which an en-
tire nation is talking-Here
at last is the picture pro-
claimed by ten million
women as the finest pro-
A: °'-jected by the silver
Sscreen since the
__ k very dawn of the
photoplay- as an
instrument of en-
tertainment!

Advertising in College Papers
j~-is like radio broadcasting' the one you ran in the
which is delivered to; an unseen Princetonian this morning it s "
A audience, and the "broadcaster" would be a pleasure to, read
; knows nothing of the message a paper of nothing but ads:'
registration unless responses are "Tesuet«eei a.
kJohnHsnnocin. over not only read the ad-
Ij*4 In ecemer he ohn ancckt vertisements but also patron. ~i
,.+ ran in this paper an advertise-. ize, the advertisers."
141 ment headed "Do College Stu- "'The advertisement in the
'i dents Read Advertisements? " Ihunt is written from the col ,
Here are some of the responses: lege students' point of view.
"Your advertisement in the Ia believete inn insurance be-
Dartmouth was an unusual cueo h on economic
'd oeand I want toexpress principles which underlie it.
"ne There remains then only the
"If, there were more ads like pang. What have you got'?"~
i The Yohn Hancock Mutual is particularly ineerestea in in'surig college men and }
women and obtaining ambitious coflcge grad uates for the Personnel of its field staff.
OvrSixty Years in,
',t Busness.Nowlnsuring
t ason3,0000Li,*s Qa 0000 NASAC,,U.IT
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'IILITZEII ORGALN
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-Ben Turpin
in the
"Wild Goose Chaser"~

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0SOON-JAMES CRUZE'S LATEST "THE PONY EXPRESS"

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What
THE" DANGER LINE
y} means to you
If you will look in a mirror, you will see a
tiny V-shaped crevice around each tooth
where it joins the gums. This is The Danger
Line. Food particles lodge there. and ferment,,
forming acids which lead to Acid Decay.' The
gums also suffer from the effect of these acids,
becoming irritated and sore--perhaps reced-
ing from the teeth. Then you have conditions
favorable to Pyorrhea.
Serious diseases often result from infection
due to Acid Decay at The Danger Line.
Heart and kidney trouble' and rheumatism
are among them.
Make The Danger Line safe
Squibb's Dental Cream, because it is made
with Squibb's Milk? of Magnesia, protects
against Acid Decay, relieves conditions favor-
able. to Pyorrhea, cleans and polishes beauti-
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Milk of Magnesia has long been recognized
throughout the dental profession as a safe,
scientific means of counteracting acids danger-
ous to the teeth and, gums.
Buy. Squibb's Dental Cream, made with
Squibb's Milk of Magnesia--today. It is de-
lightful to use. It is free from abrasives and
injurious astringents. It make's The Danger
Line safe.

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