THI MICI-IIGAN DAILY
SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 28, 1026.
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RDf'I TDID M411I C ILiberal Resign s
n itrtio s F r M iita y ±11 will be broadcast in its entirety. Mop I tance will be discussed at this time,
j j~In g pictures wil also be taken of the a full attendance is, re quested.
R ea y;O rc es ra id Re ei ed affair for showings in news reels, All members of group three should
R eady;,'____OrcheGeorerC.WBitesR26,einerldchIreport at 4:1.5 o'clock for the purpose
Geore C Wetze, '6, eneal hai- Iof electing a new secretary, to fll the'
With the (late of the annual Mil-! Little and Mrs. Little. Gov. Alex maanucdysedy;acnyi hsofc u ogradnua-
-4tdon. Included in group three are the
itary ball, April 23, but a few weeks Groesbeck and Mrs. Groesbeck, Brie ?rrn ~~ lfllfM fo cllowing fraternities: Chi Psi, Phi
off, the committee is getting the ar- Gen. Guy M. Wilson of Flint, the !L1 fR 111 I! b LGamma Delta. Delta Tau Delta, Sigma!
rangcment~s for the affair under con- ideans of the University and their # Chi. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Sigma
tract. Bids from all the pr'ominent ;wirvesa, number of faculty members!G elaCh hiIPi uAela Sigmat
orchestras of the Middle West have; ad iprominent service officers -in theWI LI 'ELLOITliEt! OFFIllpha Mu,- Phi Kappa, and Kappa Del-I
been received and contracts will bie, state. to Rho.I
= igedSauda, arh6pbyth ppictin will be out about,
signd ~auru~~, Mrch ~ byLilC Applcatins htent meetingoth nrf-
comtteen achmm15 eeand ilbe secured through whBOBAY.- Naivesin te stte o
c I n vitationsihave dust been forw ard- i t h o m te m n o t t e d s n i e n t o n i, x hc il b e d t - u s r r e r rz y a t g r wt
ed to guests. Some of the guests, the Union. The exact time will be morrow at 4 :30 o'clock in room 3(12 a maimed paw, which has killed 17,
wxill include President Clarence Cook announced shortly. The Military ball of 'the Union. As matters of im or'- 1ner,' 0n.
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The resignation of Sir Alfred Mlond
from the Liberal party has caused a
furpre in England, since he has lon;
been one of the three leaders, the
Earl of Oxford and Asquith and Lloyd
George being the others. 1His disagree-
ment with the "nationalization ofj
l44nds" platform to wvhich the latter ;
has% committed the Liberals, is given
as -the cause. He now considers him-t
self a Conservative.f
AT THE THEATER ii
Arcade-"Sally of the Sawvdust,"
with W. C Fields andi Carol
Majestic"-"Go West," with Bust-
# O AW
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H (RACE GREELEY said, ""Go
West!" Buster went. But little
did Greeley dream that his advice
would :result in such an irresistible
assaulit on the world's funny-bone.
You mnust see Buster and his cow-
star, Brown eyes, in this great comw
ed y o f the wide-o pen spaces!
Wuerth - 0"A Woman of
World," with Pola Negri.
Garrick (Detroit) - "Kosher
IBonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)-
"The Man Who Came Back."
Shubert Lafayette (Detroit) -
"Greenwich Village Follies."
New ,Detroit (Detroit) - "~The
Show-Off," with, Louis John
Bartels and HEelen Lowell.
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Residents of Martha Cook dormitory
are entertaining their friends and
alumbni. this evening with an informal
party. r at, the .Martha, Cook residence.
Dancing will be the main entertain-
ment torthe party and 'a local orches-
tra will furnish music for the occa-
sion. Miss Marguerite D~utton, '26,
chairman of the social events of Mar-
tha 'Cook, is in charge of the eve-
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Sloe in New York, Brooklyn, Newark
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Oilrder, i idson st, New York City,
A THOUSAND ,gattle running
wild in a big city-and Buster,
cau.nc, to round them up!
Talc~ abou~t a bull in a china shop! Bus-
ter pursued song-horns in Turkish-baths,
cows in barber shops and . calves in the
police station! Y'ou'll say this is the fun-
niest film you ever saw. +Laughs is what
it has nothing else but!
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The Nationally Famous
Victor Record Artist
Maiker of Q. It. S. Piano Rolls
NV-.rler : of"IKitten on the Keys"
I Stumblhing," "Dizzy Fingers"
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