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March 21, 1926 - Image 2

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PA WO THE MICHIGAN, DAILY._______

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Gold Seekers

'Jump Off' For

New Eldorado

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STUDENT STUDY OF NSTYRHGE

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ham :ollege, and arrangements have
been made to grant three hours cr edit
for those engaging in the experinment.
SMr. TLlanshard stated that appr oxi-
i iately 610 studlents of the University
of Michigan have signified their in-I
tention of taking part. Any ot hers
EUiterestedl may secure further infor-
n at.iom by get tinag ini ROuch with Ati-
old Anderson, '27, of the Student
Christian association.
MOSCOW.-Grovernmentgraina pur-
chases in February wNere. slightly i
.more than 1 ,000,000 tcns.

Make your party dis-
tinctive. by; using our

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place cards,

nut cups

°i('1 sc c. v (f r u ill) Of Proposal
BLANSHARD HEADS PLAN
Paul Dianshard. '14, left inn Arbor
yesterday after concluding his series
'talks at the Union with a discus-
-ion group on "Students in Industry."
ihthe intent ion of giving Michigan
college students an insight. into the;
existing condlitions of industry, Mr.
ilanshard stated plans have beenI
E Made to conduct a study of the ?n-
dustrial system in D~etroit this suns- I
muer. Headquarters will be maintain-
ed1 in that city from June 28 untilj
Labor Day. tla u tnn
jwork: from headquarters, secnuring po -
sitions in Detroit factories on an equal!
basis with the regular laborer, associ-
ating regularly with them, and living
in the came conditions. The workersI
willgather at- least once a week for
informal discussion of their findings.i
Detroit headquarters will be under the!
direction of Professor Morris of Earl-

T've Shop fo~r

APPLIED. ARTS '.
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Unique Gifts

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Luncheon
Afternoon Tea
Dinner

Tel. for Reservations
225 South Thayer

Despite intense cold( and great difficulties along the route, prospecto rs are flocking into Ried Lake district
of Ontario, Canada, where gold has been discovered in great quantities. P hoto shows Hudson, on the Canadian
National railway, the "jumping off" place, and a. dog team starting out over the six-day trail.

Behind Hill Auditorium

Dial 394 1

Martin Haller
FURNITURE --RUGs 11 2 E. LIBERTY ST.

STARTING TODAY

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NOW SHOWING

NESTED TABLES
Are Most Popular
These handsome tables, made of mahogany or

TODAY

CONTINUOUSj

PERFORMANCE
2:00 P. M. to 10:30 P. M.
PRICES
25 c--0c

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WEEK DAY
MATINEES
2:00-3:40
IPrices T109, 24c(, :i)c
NIGHTS
7 :00~~8 :40
Prices 1(f, l =), 50c

£? Romance of, the Gold Rush.D y
of '49, lvi t Pola as a fiery Spanish Belle

maple arc handy for cards, as occasional
--for the hall.

tables

Nest of three tables-as pictured-in solid
Mahogany .... ................$22.50
Nest of four tables--tapering posts-in solid
Mahogany ...... .............$25.00
Nest of four tables-Spool turnings-in
Amber Maple................. $29.00

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