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PACE TWO

THE MIC'HICIAN DAIT .Y

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CON ITE"1~ST7 ENTR'IEXSI cording to an annlouncemnent made
MEET TOMOR1Ohe pre1minavy cont est Nill be

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051,141nrcletRai aig f .iltfrnOraorial ssciaionareexectd ention, unless other rn, .4~ ut:~
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$tiOfoh 'iioIIx )itl3Pr .---> '''' * to at tend a meeting at 4 o'clock tomor0I- jsttes are prepared to r' tt the pact
Allotted Drive WorI~4IS I m, r . f a rowa .oisn Oroomat ee^0, Uiversity halac- j)s.mutaIeouy.
Workers in the 1926 Community Opening of
Ftund campaign will enter tomorrow'
tbe 'fnal two lays of thei. rdivle to p "*' IMBURKE 3S
raike the $52,800 called for by the :e., ' BU KE
lclwelfare budget for 1927. Soi- . k
sitars must raise qpproximately 5A5,- a ' /WHuITMO~jiR. LAKE INN
000FO before Tuesday night to rlake t.he ; ;f' :<;;.;;;;;s ; :. '' ' -
Campaign a success, $37,600 already a _' omry nwia fI~ia4' 11
having been collected by noon yes-ter-Ltr1rt lykonas7eond'In
day. i sff r{ y Na
A dinner meeting was announced '.*/, ''
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fortomnorrgw afternoon at the Chun- j ^
ber of Commerce by leiaders at the?_
last assembly of division leaders ana Ilec e are t1w .x?.y - r ~ io ' ns piots for the armvy's flight from -"= e will serve roast turkey, oose and chi1cken from -
teA ncaptains. According to GCeorg' 11,11 a ,±'lsuZLe tds, a., to xntu ily 'ellry South America n county: (apt 12:00 noon until 10Q . MV. Also everyday in the week
J. Burke, general chairmnan of the A. BL. V'CA ) retIni hrge) and I iuO [) D. cThorn sn ; y yro 2:0 onuti 00 P \I
campaig, complete reports. 1: the a-Iafo :0nonutl00 .M
fignedI districts will be call~d for at =,lll11llllllIII1 1"I111 il 1 ii lii1I IIii it 11f] 111.1U l l 1 °
this 'timde. ; :-e t
Should some leaders be unable to -= W ae opiaeprisadbnut ttbrlg
mare favorable reports for their ternrr ri 0 tUo 1 00.
totles, another meeting will I)e called ml. .. "-
at headquarters In the Ford Servic i~i'0 YOU nijo } Whcoltsoffood~.C Fv
building at 1. o'clock Tuesday after-' -giv prvat dinnlg rooms.
noon. Districts will be reassigned ,dainv~t~iy served? eerainsLk
tAo experienced workers and~ a final- For rsrain phone 29 Whitmor e exchane qic
effort to reach the goal will be mlader
in the afternoon. = r yu d y~din r
Campaigners are optimitco I r u 7 X
results of the campaign and otmsifeel on-het / JrjjCay 'vn o 'Cd] Ij t-
ftdent that the remaining $15,000 canJI
be raised in the two remaining days. - P SIH'S P AV"YT111j 1Y
NDN Lneliefrmi'pv,phesied by Prof. Julian Huxley in°PrpitradMng.
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TODAY-TOMORROW-T ODAY
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They called him Blizzard King of tihe San Francisco:
cndrwor:----1ie_'lss, deformed, hating society as no m an
cou.ld Bate. L11 el in logve with beauty £and innocence
-a love te'rj't lc in its consequences. At the depths of
his degradation, you will pity him. A greta story and
a greater actor.

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nalias showed him ! Showed him in a
way that mnade hint cheer-uiade him,
forget that his own soni had to thirnsh
hfim before hte'd admit thme boyr wasn't am
a mat eur gentlemi ~.-bait" a perleetgen.-
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