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ITIAGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1926

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 192G
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oMke Nation Physically Fit Was 'ALUMNUS' ARTICLE,
A Ambition of W alter Ca pas Y sDR W T E T O
An article "I Have Seen Business
-Th-rt tet abiioninWaler In 3EJ s ; f te nurcial la- Clean House" written by R. Perry
"Tn'gnatstamitonin Wltr n ea~r o te n~lci~a payShrt, 06,and published in the
-7np: It,'said Fielding H. Yost, ,grtu sd, i.Eaz of which ('amn was a! hrs 6
Waltr Cmp (ay ' Clmp'October issue of the Nation's Business
tki a otWleCap dy to be p~ione, M._ ost said, "Walter ('m has received special mcntion in the
obetVH hV(ton-orrow, "was to was a:;mutch ino,resed in the youthl
ia -ch aicfit physically." aa3d tbe factory workers of our cu(01 eaersDi1-.
M.(i,.wo yeduigtetIti ewsi olg ihei.i o The article appearing in the officialj
publication of the United States Chain-
\VrIdW a I~~1cldieto f h lei'a cppags oifii'~>tL ber of Commerce at Washington gives
airz i<v aa wa-Also in charge of hecalth oc :the..f iulory vworker This the reactions of the Michigan graduate
shyi 4 develonument in all navy' mov(nlr1 will ;Cr( ggreater impe)tus as to b~sines development. Honesty is
4rauimigcams, ws supried t fid th yea-c oslt f"orth by Mr. Shorts as the best
so mai y young men' unable for service j Th augl Walter C'amp has; be en policy for business' men. The author
because of physical unfitness. It was (lead more than a year, the ideals for l of the article is at present vice-pres-
because° of such experiences that! which h,°,f ood go marching oni," con-I ident of the second National Bank
Camp created his "daily dozen." tained th co ach. "It is highly'fitting i Saginaw.
Yost declar'ed that it Is "because of that am r tal to his memory be
the many changes that Camp wrought; er ec l d a t e w Haven. F+ootball fans
in the 'game of football, that he will who atilend :fotmorrow's; game -will,I
always be known as the father of the 'am s-We .bc glad to sujbscribe to tihe
game. IHI created the 'eleven,' the anpmr i lwhich will stand for many You cannot afford to ov(
'scrimmnage,' the quarterback,' yards ycar, to cam ,s a symbol of Walter
to gain' andi many, other features." Cam;; 's Ihizi ideals." I

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Led By MtoitOsIK EBESE"Tea for Three"
__1_ Alpha Nu, local chapter of Kappa.:
ccording to a compilation of the Phi Sigma, national literary society, .
nvi byl trot o ebrhpti . ,n h efstens whna n rolffling afternoon in the club's rooms on the -
m yth tuet we erli fourth floor of Angell hall. Letter~s -an
year, the Methodist church has have been sent to all fraternities Virg- an h w'
most members on the campus and lug men, especially freshmen, to try I
areferredl by the most students. out for the organization, and any stu- 1
dent on the campus is eligible to mem-
e than 2,000 neither belonged to aj bership. - ISH'I S PLAYLTI USE -
rch nor had any preference, the At the conclusion of the business - J
e showed.I meeting held last night two newthem- Phone 8908
he complete rating was: Methodist, bers were taken into the organization Lon=
sbyterian, Episcopal, Congrega- and at previous try outs fourteen were
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-an, and Christian Science.

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appearance you desire.

Thie leading restaturant in Ann Arbor.
L unc heo'n, 11 A. M. to 2 P. M.
65c
We also serve steaks and chops of
any kind, of the best quality, at
reasonable prices.
Special Chicken Dinners on Sundays.

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extreme care, incorporlates all of the latest style notions.
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Tailor
608 East Liberty St.
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spective and his pocketbook !
Kuppenheimer :and Belmont
Suits and Overcoats
$35 to $60

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21'1 South Main
"Where You May Buy with Confidence."

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Did Joe Foley. Stop That "Locomotive?
He pitted a loony's speed aigainast that of an iron mionster
rushing to its down.. And talk; about action! It's the biggcest
railroad thrill you ever NW
ALSO A HELEN AND WARREN COMEDY-NEWS-ORCHESTRA

( STARIN1G SUNDAY

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-the'funnaienst Show C1oni ever p tut on the sereii!

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