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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FBIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1925

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1 92~

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OFFICIAL S

OPPOSE'

UNIFIED AIR SERVICE

PROSPECTS FOR RI
TEAM AE BRILLIANT
Prospects were declared to appearl
)right for a crack rifle team for the
season 1925-26 according tto, a state-
ment made by Capt. George WV. Du~xn
executive officer of the U. of M . Rifle
and Pistol club at the initial, meet-
ing of the club Wednesday night. Sev-
eral new men were present and the
total attendance amounted to 62, from
whichi, it was said, a skilled team may
beC selected for Big Ten competition.
New officers for the comning year
f were elected: President, Prof. Clyde

E. Wilson of the mechanical engineer-'the club in the cdiv leaguec competition
ing department; vice-president, A. W. last June was exh~ibilkd.
Myers, special; secretary, ieut. A. B.
Turner, Inf. D. 0. L.; treasurer, Walt-; R ad j)T'rljAA
er C. Groff, '20. The trophy won by K.1A°' d t e ' ant Ads

SUITS AND AtOVECOTy
At 0101
Man ufactured by

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Every Footba ll Fan
should have fa copy of
IOU"O n 1924;
A book of schedules and com-
plet e information on America's
most thrilling sport.
Send 25c in stamps or coin to
FOOTBALL-Amsterdamw, N. Y.

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9736 AND ASK( THIAT
COMPANY CALL UPON
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MEASUIRE FOR A SF! £ OR OVERCVOAT
BE P.ROITUD.

Little hope looms for an unified air service in the immediate futurec, as thie special aircraft inquiry com-
mission speeds the taking of testim-)ny in its probe in Washington, anii a victory is seen for the army and
navy chiefs who oppose the plan. Navy officials are seen in attendance at the hearing, "interested spectators.
Left to right: Secretary Wilbur, Admiral Joseph Strauss, Maj. Gen. Le leune, commandant of Marine Corps;
fRear Admiral Moffett, chief navy aer )nautics bureau; Admiral E. W.,-EJerise, chief of naval operations.

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place where you can secure real home-
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Combined with the quality of our food E
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can tell you.
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SATURDAY and SUNDAY, Oct. 3 artd 4

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IOpens at
Ambassador
T~~2heatre
N-ew York
Next Month

RICHARD HERNDON Presents
The Tremendouslyp Popular Comedy Success

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"A sauce"

See It
Before
New York
Sees It

"You can pay more for your suits or
overcoats, but you can't get them any
better! Del Prete's clothes are tail-
ored by the famous, tailors at Adler
who specializes in suits and overcoats
f or the college man. The }prices are
unusually reasonable. Two-pant suits
for $35, $40, and $45. Overcoats
$35 to $46.50 -AND WHAT
HOT' TIES AND SOCKS!
COME AND SEE THEM!

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By BARRY CON NERS
Ran Conlinuously for Six Months at LaSalle, Theatre, Chicago
Excellent Cast and Production
AMY LESLIE, the eminent critic of the Chicago News, said: "Everybody
should go and see "APPLESAUCE." You will be refreshed and taught
something between laughs. The exquisite cleanliness, the homeliness and the IZ
truth of it plants a joy in the listener's heart which clings.'.'
MAIL ORDERS NOW
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