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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGET HREM

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COFIREI'E Hk IS ED
In New York, Are Now, Available
For Publication
JOHNSON PMAKESREORT:

1 Rumors hav'e it that Ty Cobb and I VrIACA.--Cornell loses 16 veterans C
Tris Speaker seek the Boston Red from her football squad this year.
Sox, the former as owner ani4 the lat- haveen of tbelse mien played backfield
ter manager.I positions.

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Gift Suggraesti6ons

The TCosy Corner Tea Room
For
Sunday Dinner
12:30-2:00 P. M.

Workmanship,

uncomparable

service

Reporis from theac18th Tnterfratern-I
ity conference, held a t(,w weeks ago i
in New York. city, are now completed1
and avsai1ab'hl for pliblication. In the
report of the chainian, I-enry R. John-
son, a review of the work of his ad-
ministration was mnade with particular3
stress to its specil. interests, n nEly, i
the spiritu~al side of fraternity lffe, the "'
sectional organization of fraternity al-
Mumni, and the scholastic activities of I
fraternities.
Mr. Johnson poinltedi out that the
fostering of the spiritual side of fra-
ternity life depends largely up)on the
peraoiial contact of those in executive
ipositions with ulylergra(Iuates.
The sectional organi T za! ion of the
Conference, according to M~r. Johnlson,
will be proceeded upon slowly. "as the
work is beset with more difficulties
than would appear on the face there-
of.':
The work accomplished inl the field-
of scholarship is gone into at some
length b~y Mr. Johnson, who expressed
himself as, particularly, pleased at the
close relationship now existing be- - .
tween fraternity and college officials.
"We are confident," said Johnson
at the conclusion of his report, "that"
the fraternity m~euent, the founda-
tions of which were so firmly laid a
few years ago,,will continue to growX
and expand.
Seals Are Not Being
Issued ByIRed Cross
Det ofsosithsaeoChristmas seals The D)aily has been
requested by the local Red Cr oss
chapter to point out to the public that
the American Red Cros(does not is-
sue the seals.
The fact that the -seal campaign
follows immediately after the annualI
Rled Cross Roll Call causes the mis-
conception.
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and unexcelled "freshness and white-
ness of laundry work.
204 North Main St. Dial 3916

Kodaks
Vanity Sets
Ivory
Imported Perfumes
Atomizers

Perfume Lamps
Seal Stationery
Manicuring Se
Pipes and C igars
Gilbert's Chocolates

See OuT Windows.

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I aynlard 't.
Opposite
l Ickels Arceade
1 ial 21714

Supper a la Carte
5:00--8: 00 P. M.

Service All Afternoon

A RAL HOME-COOKE
CHICKEN DINNER.
With All the Fixin's
One Dollar
("aon p.It's 1a,(Goo-6l PlMce to lnt.
3'~2 South State St. Over Fer

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(Good Seats Tonight
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Ilamovie Soc. INightf
L\FAYETTE at WAYNE

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Sat. Mlat, at 2:15
PHONE A4DILLA 11'

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107 Soutli Main St.

1 112 S. University Ave.

Store No. 1 Store No. 2

Seventh Seis~tloni'l Week Starts Witha This Evrening's Performuance
Russell Jaa'iey Presents
"The Vagabond King"
Based on Justin McCarty's "IF I WERE IKIN(A
l'nder Directloia of August linecke
Music by FRIM
D)o't Miss Tina Incomparable Example of Massed singing:
"SONG OF THE VAGABOND)S"
Distinguished Cast of Singing Actors and Actresses, Including:
John 3lealey, If. Cooper Cliffe, Mark 4Fiuuaith, Enil ilHoch
(Gemae Wallina, Jane Victory, Ethel Pasztor
(Cast and ()relistra 125--Beautiful (Corps de Ballet
reights, _$1.00 to $3.00; Sat. 'Matinee, 75c to $2.50 (Plus 10% Tax)
No Sunday Show Today

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Travel Seric
Plan your European Trip now.
The American Express- Travel
Service is at your command.,
For information call on
I AMERICAN RAILWAY EXPRESS
: 120} North Fourth Ave. Phone 7101
-~S u ert-Lafayette
"Afayette Blvd. and Shelby-]Phone Cadl. 8705-
WARNER BROS, present
JOH-N BARRY MORE
AND
_ VITAPHONE
READ W hAT D)ETRII~T CRITICS SAIl):
- " 'Don luan' . is a splendid choice of a picture for the occasion.
Barry-more. contributes some of the best character delineation of hisE?
-screen, career As the reckless, polished and handsome lover, he is
Sthe Idol of every wonman and the envy of every male in the audience.-
Vita phone, Which made its bow at the Shubert-Lafayette Wednesday
nigh1t, Is in every sense an innovation, and one that is certain to
i'cvolutio nhe movie presentationis. "-CHAS. J. RICHARDSON, Times.
- "'Don Juan' as a super sophisticated picture has everything to
-recomnmendl it, story, cast, direction, incident, and marvelous settings
and gowns. Mr. Barrymore exceeds all his past efforts in pictures." j

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