I THE MTCHTGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, ?IPRII, 22, 19211,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY - THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 192~
Two Publications Announce
Essay Contest For Student~s
Announcement has been made by 4,400 )wards :n lenzg th aznd should 1w
the Nation of their second annual Itypewritt en.
prize essay contest open to gradluate '['h essay, wAith null infoinatimil
and undergraduate students enrolled ,concerning the conft estant an~d the
in American universities or colleges name oif a nmnelbci of the faculty who
who are planning to work at least vouches for his or 1her eligibility,
two months as laborers during" the must be inl the hands of the maagazine
.Summer of 1926. bjy November 1, 1 92. Winners will
For the best account of a student's lhe annotmnred and prives a« artlcdl e-
experience and interpretation of tho tore .Jlual1., 1927.
Industrial situation involved, the Na-
tion will award a. first prize of $104; Military tanu and US .- Vau e to
year by the Army and Navy Journal
Typewritten laanuscripts not Cexceed
ing 500 wvords in length must see in 1
the office of the mag;azine iby June2,
marked "Comititee on Awarids.
iAs an aid to prospective cont i 4 tn,
a series o1: seven conisecutive articles;
onl lacifi-sm in the United States will
appiear in the Army and1( Navy Jour-
nal. prepared by Fred Rt. Marvin, edli-!
t or-in-chief of the New York Coniner-
A round trip ticket to Yellowston
Dark with $25 toward expenses will
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a secondi award of $50 will also be
made. Manuscripts mnust not exceed l
iAmierican youth iis thie subject. of in !
essay contest being condu~cted this
A1 andJe InIc.
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Several hundred college men have found sell-
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Read The Daily
Co lumn s
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The most complete line of instruments
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ARCADE MUSIC SHOP}
14 NICKELS ARCADE
Green Tree Inn
You will require a
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For Warm Weather!
Barth has a fine selection of goods at the right price
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Wednesday, April 28
- - 11:30--1:30
- - - 5:30--7:00
Special Parties bey Arrangement
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We have on hand an arr'ay of appetizing candies
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dUNE A., ARLOW
Youth Will Be Served
And iTifa. 1iherty anA