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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PECEMBEAt 11, 192f;
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WAGE TWO SATURJ)AY, D F~CEMBF~R 11, 1926 TI-IF. MICHIGAN DAILY

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R. O.T.C.
Connects
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Excellent rest
month of operat
less station 8A3
~by the signal cc
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according to Lie
berg, who is in
tions have been
stations, in each

Rii i 1.111t)wrfill ~the tcotunlt r. Tbis xwill be l
~ ilhed i 11 oat.i l th c oopea tioc:
~~~1 X1thN i\7r ai l o h of the United
~)at C )Y t is hoped that this (de-
rnateur SetS partlle:t o: the national army xwilli
ai nn ~n ?Q pi rcpriation of the
P.,C(s, aCyv(Auipiaxohfoir the >use of
;ults during thx'3 far , hei a .V .
tion of the radio-ware- L1r~(~ the sta tion is 1ein g
XZ, which is operated; c ,,(' r 0.1 'll :1 verage of twelvej
;ores unit of the Rt. t.' bour l a week, this work being per-'
it, have been obtained, fcr; m is I ~Ifc4nellst 1udent operators.
eut. Robert T. Schloss-.
icharge. Commiunica- Wf Y~' E CTED
obtained with amateur LL~

World's Largest' Lift Bridge 1Will

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/n11n ero n lCour thind ?sic?1, chairmnan, Louiisa
Bay Announce Person tinuith, '%illiam M,-a zer", .Tane11tre c-
Of Ju io itray bley, KIatherine Kyer, and Isabel
Cla ss Comm ittees for~~'~ w~c
.I S, ou iSO E astman u, etafr
.jlCJean Greenshields, Robert
E Ini1CuCmlenIt of ccmmitt ces for 'm 31.;gh, .James F. Miller, Jr., hid-
~the ,.Jt nor Literary (lass was mfatte' war d Lange, William Prescott, Paul
TheCaAy Ivares follberts: r i- Ed ies, Albert "Gillingham, Ruth
nh~i. Tey ae a folows vlcrcand William Campbell.
^-A:dv iory committee, Wayne Schroe--_________________________
Cassam WNilson and Katherine Fer-
K { guson. Athletic comittee, James j rs, Skeet Florida Oranges, $3
.: ;.. PoicaimnIlrn ahtr er box of three hundred, large sifze.
Maxwell Nickerson, Frenton Raber, ;crlfui n atsatongaa,
and Norman Gabel. Financial com-te!o onybc.We pay, expvress
}.mittee, Louis Gilbert, chairman,tedomnyba.
George Annable, George Hammond, charges. A box of these makes an
q } ".;";Robert Leland, William Lee, and Wn- appreciated Christmas gift. Remit
Hall Smith. Publicity. committee, !With order.
Farmum Bunckingham, chairman, Carl-
tonl Champe, James Hughey, Georgej ACHE FARMS
B ivonne and Nicholson, and Herbert Vedder. Audit-
nore and Ohio. .ing committee, Thomas Fitzgibbons, Ca ie viIe, 'lorida, .
chahrman, Luther Carpenter, Laurence i---
Cotun' Pettibonie, John Glover, and William W N
Ve~nn.Class Book committee, READATTE-ADS

In the United States. Stations in
Brazll have been picked up at various
times by the operators, but so far nto'
reports have been received from
South America of the rec~ption of
SAXZ there.
Plans are now under way to i
,crease the power of the station from:
60 watts to 250 watts, which action

Ott ('''r, '2 r A, was elected
(n the IVbt. Clemens club
whl:ih was organized recently. All
e eat ( . oinin-ittee xwas appointedI
Ctf wh Qi iyrle S. AIubin was chosen
chairman.
LONDON.- The economic situation

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will make the station one of the most in Egypt is growing worse.

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BYRON MRGA
.°t a t r, nd You Know 1W at '1111t .Mealls
_N151'FACES ON'- TIE SCIREEN!
T prel lest girs inn handsomest youths in Amier.
.cea-- ll niew' faces !-lay n sparkling comiedy cocktail
ofjoyous, .iaicig, roiiiincing dutertainnient. A
faslhion display of gowns--a carnival of sports. A.
siIII, ovig loge Istory ok' aneniC1tirely new type!

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Griffith this day our daily

Can you imagine anything funnier
than Ray trying to solve a murder-
mystery in ten minutes so as to be
able to use a, couple of theatre
laughs! tickets! !

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A.1HOY, MATES!-Here 's a side-s i1itter
for you?.
Beer- and Hatton, the inimitable pair
of "Behind the Front," are I THE
NAVY OW! And, shades of Davy
Jones! but there's a treat in kstore in
this highly hilarious com~edy of the
high seers an'd the shy shes!

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A mad. and,,merry} yarn of a comical
coroner who's just dying to hand pic-
ture-patrons the laugh of their lives.
w+T"
DOROTHY SEBASTAN, EARLE WILLIAS

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