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THE MICHIGAN DAILY''

THURSDAY, IlP.C1aDI1 f?3ti 10, 1925

T1-T~. MICT-IICAM flAtlY ThURSDAY. DECEMBER 10, 192~

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DIIOBSE DEBATERlS IWHEN THE SIXTY-NINTH CONGRESS OPENED FILMS SHOW VIEWS OF
AT TRYOUT TODAY FN MUSCLE SHOLS PLNT

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C clitrali League 'Teautis 11'111I) i~cu .
Question Of SubsIdizim' The
Commercial Air Service
WILL DEBATE JAN. 15

Varsity debate teams to represent
the University in the Central league
will be chosen at the 'final try out.t-
which will be held at 2 o'ldock today
in' room 3209 Angell hail. The choice%
of the personnel for the two teams,
affirmative and negative., ill be made <
from a "group of 18 men chosen lass;ro
sparing for the class in intercollegiate
debating.
Debates 4n the Central league will
be held Jan. 15, with Michigan's at-!
firmative team meeting Ohio Statew
university in hill auditorium,. and
Michigan's negative team mneel in
Northwestern at 'Evanston, Ill. Th e u j c o e a e il b : " e o v d
that the federal government should'
subsidize our commercial air ser- P+
Students planning to try out for
next semester's class in intercollegi-
chten deaingforomthh i l-etl eeTe view is that of the Senate( an7l louse assemblledl in ~joint sessi c
cosmeteamins r ahn d Wst leaue Ito the annual message of PresidentUCoolidge, indlicat ed by arrow. The pn te toh a t etr ustda .et C ol g ,Tce P sd nt D w s w ois rsd nt ft e se t) a d
Selection of the two teams will be of the h ouse.
made by G. E. .Densmore, coach, and1
other members of the public speaking7 1
~Dih en department.:uptnracotuld DeEtirel
Viitrs oSee Eliminated By 1930-Sunawallj
Castle's .13eaUIY IThatdiphtheria could be entirely thei.If t h ey(10, 1the (leat hs inst leV
eliminatedl in the United States by 'charged to the ignoranice or negli-
NAPLES, Dec. 9. - After thirty 1930 was the opinion of Prof. John Bence of the lparents," lhe adldedl.
years of intermittent efforts on the Sinlxall of the public health and A program of personal hygienic e(1-
part of the successive mayors of r3ge~ lprmn, al ulcys cation like the one now being uni-
Naples, supported by prominent art b in eatet aepbiys
loves, i ha bee 'deide n t r er. I tedy rofessor Sunudeall substan- dertaken by the State hIealthm board (4l
the luser o unighly bi~dn~tat ed the statement of Dr. Lee E.,Michigan was advocated by Professor
the custe of nsigtly uildngs'Sundwall to stain') out , lie disea-e.
which so long has marred the superb IlFrankel of the Metropolitan Life In--
beaty f he amu~ trnghldsurance c ompany who declared thait More than 150,000 children of the1t
beut f(hefmoiptonh l tei o ( e ie u nNwstate were fnoculated against diph-
known as the Castel NuFovo.Idpxhracud ewpdoti o
Th atlNuv a ulti 29'York state in a few years. theri by three consecutive treat- f
TheCasel uoo ws biltin127- I< e have a toxin-antitoxin for ments several monhs ago as a begin.
83 by Charles I of Anjou from a deC-' nine of the slate's program.
sign supposedly upidbyper dildhtelieria, best adlministered be-;c
dynicut adsplenlarg ired'st een the ages of six months andl Complete elimination of diphtheria
cessively by -Aphonso I in 1442, by three years, which rendlers complete;
Don Pedro de Toledo in 1546 and byI immunity to the disease,"' saidl Profes-'
Charles III in 1735. The kings of (sor Sundwall. "Trhere is absolutely. All Wool Pre-Shrunk in Be;imitifu
the houses of Anjou and Aragon and no excuse for children to (lie of dipth- ; L
the Spanish viceroys one after anoth-j
er used it as a dwelling, -
Besides its ,outwardI architectural I PAY 1i
~~~~~~aqbeauty the castle contains 'mn. D~?If1 T''

('oustriietion Anid Operation Scenes Of
$110,000,000) Project Seen
Films of the Muscle Shoals series'
from the Indlustrial America picturesE
were shown yesterday in Natural Sci-
ence auditorium through courtesy ofj
the tourist bureau of Muscle Shoals.I
The history of construction was given
along with views of present day operat-
ig conditions. Views were shown of
the Tennessee river, Wilson dam, the;
huge nitrate plants, the power house!l
Swith its immense turbines,. the limieI
kilns, ore furnaces and of Wilson lake.,
The entire project to (late represents
an investment of $110,000,000 by the;
IUnited States government. The power'
house contains the largest steam tur-
bine in the world. At present the
plant is ready for operation at forty-
eight hours notice. The operation of
the plant means a saving of $175,000,-1
000 annually. The power house covers'
1 1 acres. The location was chosen
because 37 different minerals are found
within a radius of 50 miles, most of
them quite useful. The water power;
supplied means a saving of 3,500,000,
toins of coal per year while the (lain
forms a very b~eautiful lake, 17 miles'
long and from 10 to 96 feet deep.

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Luncheon
Dinner

- - 11:30--1:30
- - - 5.30--7:00

Green Tree Inn

Sp-'cical Pr b /1 ?rran;Qc tent

Phone 9646

205 S. State

USED CA'R SL E
STARTING THURSDAY
We must sell every used car we have on hand, regardless of
price. We have a very select lot of slightly used cars, from
$25.00 up.

on in the 1Douse chamnber, listening
ortraits are striking ones of Presi.
Id Nicholas5 LoigwXortli, new speaker

The plan has received tiie endorse-
nment of more than fifty of the coun-
try's leadling educators and businessI
men who based their approval on the
ground that American business needs
better trained executives, and is find-
ing it increasingly dlifficult to obtain'
them.

from auburn, New Fork, a city 'of
36,000, was accomplhished by Dr. Sears
of the Alilibank Demonstration by &et-
tizng the peoiple of the city to take
immeelation. asserted Professor Sund -
\vaI.I
'Post BOy s' Given

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TERMS

Scholarship Fund
Plans have been perfected by the
Curtis Publishing company of Phila-
dlelphia. to loan $250,000 to the boys
employed in delivering Curtis publica-
tions who wvish to attend college. An
amount, up to $1500 will be loaned to
each boy who can qualify, until the
entire amount is outstanding.
,i '0 Fabrcs Thlat Will Not Fade.
OVERCOATS
aired by
i&CO.
to 't'ailors of (Cincinnati.

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Detri
Frequent Service
CENTRAL

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COVERT MOTOR SALES

500 E. Washin'gton St.

Phone 3915 or. 3 714

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"Classified" ,Column

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lofty Gothic armory.
For every article for sale, there is
a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.

For Alen's Used Clothing.
Phione 4310 11) 'W. Washington
It R ENJAIMUN

1tl ttti £171 (1
A. NASH
Tibe iFaniolls GoleniU111(

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Mlatiees
10c--25)c
.Nights

SPECIAL, CHINESE DISHES!
Have you tried them yet?)
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They are all prepared by a-- Chinese chef, =
Drop in the next time you are in Ypsi.
COLLEGE CAFE ANNEX-
14 NORTH WASH INGTON-YPSILANTI -
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Phone 9736
And ash that a representative of the NASH CO. call upon you to
shiow samples and styles.
STYLE, FI'T, WORKM)-ANSill 1' A NI)WE ARING QUALITIES
GUARlANTEElD.
Some of the Ibest dressed people ymn meet are wvearing Nash clothes.

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ORGANIZED 1863i
Savings Department
Trust Department

All polmlar Brogue models, on display
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
336 South Mate Street
Ann Arbor, ii.
lasfs and Potterns ex'clusive y our own design

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Adventure and Romance Abound
a Wonderful Love Story Full
of Swift Action.

Oldest National Bank in Michigan

WHITEHOUS &HARD)
NCORP0ORATED
BROADWAY AT 40T" STREET 144 WEST 4211D STREET
METROPOLITAN OPERA IRoust: Bi.D. KNICKERBOCKER >BURLDI NG
84 BROADWAf'Y-A' WALL STREET

CHRISTMAS
Flowers and Plants

Corliwell --fCoal -- Coke

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Ruled this dog's le - love .jor his red.
hate for his enemies -an never did he faltci,
in his lavish -davotion or-punishing wnea~cnce.
The Greatesk Dag Hero
ever seen in any pthotog6~. His intelligence
will amaze, his bravery awe, his s pl en di d
beautyj charm, his great strength 'anc!
-reasncrs startle you.\

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Poi nsettias,

Roses,

Violets,

Cherries

Begonias, Cyclamen

Scranton, Pocahontas, 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."

and all seasonable

flowers.

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USE OUR FLOWERS BY WIRE.
SSERVICE GUARANTEED.

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We believe it pays to do business in "a friendly way.
'think so too, let's get together.

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