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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER

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'THEI MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THRKM

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1l~26 PAGE THRETI

FRTNIYCONQR" ESX LXON VET OF INCREASING VULGAITY'

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iTO COVENE NOV. 2
Wad Of George Washington nii-er-
sity Will Address ,Conference
In New York City
COMMITTEES TO REPORT
National and local fraternities will
meet in the next plenary congress of
the Interfraternity conference at the
:Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City, j
Nov. 26 and 27.
In general ,the conference in its
meeting will follow the lines laid
dlown" in previous congresses. The
program will con 4t of the usual re-
ports of committecs in addition to !#
three addresses by prominent educa- 1
tors interested in the work of the
American fraternities. They are Dr.
x Boyd Edwards, headmaster of hill
school; Dean Floyd Field, of the Geor-
gia Institute of Technology who is~
president of the American College
deans; and President William Mather
Lewis, head of George Washington
university.z
In addition there will be a discus-
sion of fraternity finance, led by Wil-
liam L. Phillips of Richmond, Va..,.
Who has been recently elected to the i.
executive committee.
The report of the committee on1
scholarship, which has been in the I
process of preparation for nearly a
year by Alvin E. Duerr, may not be
quite ready for the conference. The
amount 'of material gathered by Mr.
Duerr has become so voluminous that
it, might not be ready./
REb 'THE WANT ADS

Branuding th e modern newspaper as I he had ones are growing worse.'"
giving particular emp~hasis to crime, ju'irther pointing out, however, I ha;t it
sex news, andl "photographs of scant- 'a ; the latter class which L, rgrowing
Icy clad young ladies",Bruce Blivenj and "the worse they are tho fasitor
of ''The New Republic" declared in the'y grow."
anf article published recently in Tihe Mr. Pliven goes on to say tha t "l here
Christian Advocate that in to race for !arc enough good peCople in the ITnik'dl
bigger circulation and a desire to give States to bring about marked impP ovc-
the public what it wants the "good ;ment in this situation in a single
newspapers are growing better andI month, V they cared to, by the simplej

VCI' Much."'
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In c(onciuding his article Mr. Bliven
S thati the fault of the editor of this
.Iovv ei class of newspapers is that he
V_,-31 insist that his readers do not
w Nant anything else than what they
gtet. Instead of giving his readers as
, .ao l news of high quality as they will
j sandllhe gives them as much bad

and~~~ I aPish t y of 1,h1 pa uer to jstunff as he can discover or invent.

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F ord Sedan-Runs like a top.

This car will be sold

for balance owing on it ............. ...... $67,50
Ford Roadsters-Priced from .......... $60.00 to $200'
One Dandy Dodge Touring .................. 165.00
Nice late model Buick Touring ................ 365.00

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Visit our show room and see

our list of used cars.

You will find that they are the best bargains in town.
University Chevorlet
Huron and Ashley Sts.

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The coat he wvears is made by Hlart,
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ders, narrow lines and plenty of length.
Beautiful overcoats from $33.50 to
$45.00.

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DISCOVERY NIGHT
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Starring
JUNG0 D U T

/IDid Joe Foley Stop That Locomotive?
lie pitted a pony's speed against that of an iron monster
rushing to its doom. Anid talk about action!I. t~s the biggest
railroad thrill you ever saw!
ALSO A HELEN AND WARREN COMEDY-NEWS--ORCHESTPA

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