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April 22, 1926 - Image 2

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I THE MTCHTGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, ?IPRII, 22, 19211,

THE MICHIGAN DAILY - THURSDAY. APRIL 22, 192~

Two Publications Announce
Essay Contest For Student~s

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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-
cial1.
A round trip ticket to Yellowston
Dark with $25 toward expenses will
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GIBSON
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UNIVERSITY
music HOUSE

RAZE
Today and-Friday
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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

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IF ISNW
SHEET MUSIC or RECORDS
WE, HAVE IT!

TAILORING
The Highest Gradie of
Workmanship in
CLEANING
PRESSING
RE-PAIRING
Remodeling a Specialty.
LOUI S U N DEMAN S2S tt i hn79

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Always means increased use for your
KODAK
We carry them inl all sizes and all models.
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PROFITABLE SUMMER WORK
Several hundred college men have found sell-
ing Fuller Products during their summer va-
cati on great graining and profitable. So will
you. Talk it over with one of the following :
Myron W. Barnes W. E. Taylor
445 South Fifth Ave. 913 East Huron St.
Phone 7574 Phone 9207
M. L. Shadley W. Glenn Donaldson
806 Sybil St. 1408 Washitenaw Ave.
Phone 8565 Phone 6717

Read The Daily

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50c Each, Th-ree for $1.x.9
The most complete line of instruments
and Supplies in the City.
DON ROSSO'S
ARCADE MUSIC SHOP}
14 NICKELS ARCADE

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Green Tree Inn

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You will require a
Top Coat or Light Suit
For Warm Weather!
Barth has a fine selection of goods at the right price
which meet the approval of the college man for summer
wear. Suits and topcoats are both, made in the latest
cut and style with tailoring that guarantees satisfaction.
"Everything in Tailoring"
619 EAST WILLIAM

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Whitney Theatre
Wednesday, April 28

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Luncheon
Dinner

- - 11:30--1:30
- - - 5:30--7:00

Special Parties bey Arrangement

Phone 9646

205 S. State

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Candies

WILLIAM STREETT
has the honor to announce
MARGARET
in her sensational comedy success
By W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
(miithor of "Thirle" and co-authlor of "Rain")
WITH A GREAT CAST
Selected and Directed by Miss ANGLIN
Prices-Orchestra $2.75; Balcony $1.10, $1.65, $2.20

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Candies

We have on hand an arr'ay of appetizing candies
that will satisfy the taste of everyone. Drop in
and try -some of the sweets which are always fresh
from the candy kitchen.
Friday-Saturday Special--5 Oc
Parcel Post Service.

Matinees
2:00-3:40
Prices
10c, 25c, 35c

Tu TRT .
WIN

Nights
7:00-8:40
Prices
10c, 35c, 50c

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On the Campus

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-When Friends Drop In
ERE'S a treat that is always sure to please
Hone's friends. De Luxe, Ice Cream de-
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smooth, so rich and flavorful, It wins instant
favor with lovers of fine ice, cream. This
triumph of ice cream quality is factory packed
in pint cartons in order to carefully protect its
perfect texture and delicate flavors. When
callers drop in just phone your dealer for
'... De Luxe Vanilla, De Luxe Chocolate or De"°'
:_Luxe Toasted Almond.

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