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TT I [fR ' ', I l'taltY 25 12i

T.4I I MlIHIIGAN DILY

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l SPEAKINGJCONTEST

World Fliers, Chafing At Air

Service

Conditions, Resign

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C"leges Throughout. Country
Compet e In Orations On
Constitution

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iII P .ft t £1:t ,S 1 ,TRY OUR Beauty Parlor. Rain Water
_ Shampoo, face and scalp treatment..
If Von r a telephone subs criber-cal~l Jie Special prices on all appointments.
the . .l-,ahc:, i ai 212i f, aid your w~ant ad Trojanowsk i Beauty Parlor, 1,110 S.
1;~ ill lie hrpei~cl. University, side entrance. Phone
Iihe Ilaichi g<.3n Jlwily r"Cl-vrxs t e right- to}
eias i fy all vwant ads -iwder app ,roprae head- ,535 tu, th, sat.-tf.
1l1;; andi to revise or withl-,d objectionable -
'ihis column cio~es at .3 P. MI. -late pre cet NEW VICTOR Record releases every
in puiblicationl. Notice of any error must lie Friday. You'll always find the hat-
given in time for the second injsertion. est andl best on Victor records.
C ASH RATES Schaeberle & Son, 110 S. Main St..
Ten cents per readin 1g linre (oin the basis of tr.
six average \\ 01 (IS to the line) for one or tWot
I itisert tAil ,
:Nine cents5 per reading line for three or inore VJATI~
{'ash clissifieds receivo~d at the Daily otlie
i The Press Building on Mlayllard Street. LENGTHEN the life of your clothes by
CONTRACT RATES giving thenm proper attention. Cheer.
Special standardizedl rates given on pilc- up). Wahi's,7914. 7-8-9-10.11-12.
tioti.

OFFER SEVEN PRIZES

Colleges and uitnversities through-
but the United States will participate f
In the second national intercollegiate
oratorical contest on the Constitution, 'f
which is being sponsored by thie Let- 1
terAmeicaFederations of California
as a citize'nship contribution. The
prizes, aggregating $5,000 in cash, will
go to the seven national finalists, ac- j. 's
cording to a recent announcement. I-
This competition, in which 317 of E'fhc t ound-the-wvorld fliers arc
the leading colleges participated last ! has caused resigiiatonusof two of thi
spring, represents! the first nation- plat form for some months. The tre
wide test of the kind in the history; Leigh Wade, Leslie Arnold, Lowell S]
of higher education :
Undergraduate students in institu- Further information may be obtain-l
tions of higher education in the court-; ed from contest headquarters. 605tr r lgbe o ~iproe f
the contest the country has been di- IitsbidnWsigo,1.C
vided into seven regions. The finals
in each of these regions will b~e held I want a room? Read Page Seven
between May 17 and May 31. and use the Classified columns.-Adv.

en 't smiling as broadly as IHlis tii S C'Z 5. ~issatisfaction with lh r'nelt (condition";In tile armi-y air' Service
itm, Wade and~ Ogden, anJ a th r d, S mifhis.l- preparimg to. qutit. A ioutrlh, Ila2rdinlg, has been on 1.he
eni are seen in Washington ita etOe c, ellsicn of the iipioneer glo e circaling fhiz 1w bil wf t)right, -- -
jmithi 1-erry Ogden. Erik NO sonm, John ifla ~rtl i]1.

al ready
lecture
Lieuts.

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mnentionedi in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy munt
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.

c'(;lock in i'om 1025,A ngelhail. Iat.
-I RE IIGIOUS
('lass ill 1, sIeranto, lunder UrI. . {. S. Thrlllsd~y
1OEnderdonk, will meet aIt 5:15 o'clock
n room 1021, Angell hall. An interdenominational student,-sup-
_________per will he held at 6 o'clock at liar-
ris hall. P'ev. Alvin M~agary of D~e-
At th~e ('o niined monthbly m~ceeting of ;trait, will speak..
he Geogra phical and Jour'nai clubhs at1 Reverend Magary will also speak at
8 o'clock in room 4137, natural Scienee an interdlenominiational service, inI
Imilding;, t. 13. 1I mu of the geography whfich all the Protestant mlintisters in
department, will give an illustrated; town will take part, at 7:30 o'clock in
lecetre oil "Geoflraphical Notes on St. Andrew's church.

C r FlEN iI A L
D~r. F. S. Onderdonk will lectutre
oan "Blolshevismrn n ?sked'l at 4 :15

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In action
Williams shows Its stuff!
JU ST a small squeeze of rich, white Williams
Shaving Cream whips up into dense, wet
lather. Lather that quickly saturates your beard,
that softens the razor's ,touch, that leaves your
face cool and sootl~ed.! Try this master shaving
cream. Large-.size tube 35c; double-size 50c,
containing twice as much. At all dealers'.
A LW A YS I NS IS T ON W I LL IAM S

Matinees 7:0N-gh4s
2:00-3:40e®7:084
Prices ®Prices
AS, 5cTonight
10c, 35c, 50c
WI THE FLOOD OF BLAZING OIL UPON THEM!V
A seething lake of blazing oil, behind a rotten dam! Flood waters
( ! swirling down on the sea of flame!
1 ~A crash ! A ripping of earth! A hissing of steam in a threnody of
l doom!
The dam bursts like pent-up beasts of prey! The lurid tide, flows
down upon the little cottage, where Danny O'Neil's mother and sweetheart
K are waiting-Aghast!
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WITH
~ Mlcom ac~ego -Pauin Gaon Mry:ar
LAES NEW
KathrineGran Lucen Lttleiel
TylerBrooe GetrudeAsto ORCESTR

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On Display

THE SOCK KING
1113 So. University Ave.
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$P -.*Y
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RE GALS-On the feet
of College Men from

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~Coast to Coast!
ate~ Pried rt
Our Direct Selling Service is operated on the
Principal Campuses of America by Factory
Representatives who regularly display new mod -
els especially designed for the College Man.

Below are a few of the Universities where
Regals are the accepted footgear styles-and
the recognized standard of shoe values.

Princeton
Lehigh/
Stevens
PennvlvanialUfl11

Dartmouth
Brown
Washington
Califotrn ia

Northwestern
Ohio State
Oregon State
Illino~is

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