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PAGE TWO

THEW MICIAN DAILY

SUNDY, ANURY , 027

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FOOTBALL MEN HOLD'
Candidates for Michigan's next foot-
ball team met yesterday afternoon in
the 'Union for the purp(Ise oft"gettin7g
acquainted and keeping in touch with
each other." This meeting was the
first of a series of similar gatherings,
to be held throughout the wintev.
More than 35 men attended'. In thel
n~ext meeting a different'' grouzp will
gather for intimate discussions. Line-
coach 'Tad" Wieman has sent out let-
ters to sixty men, asking them to m; et;
at different times in the year.
Coach Fielding 14. Yost talked to'
the men about- getting and keeping
in condition. "The success of ata.
he said, "depends on the coaches _ t.-
ting the players to do the things they
should when the whistle blow;,. For,;
after all, it is the individuals t hat
make up a team and everything conts

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force a ix ring ot ttheir Ilew ri a-
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"The condition of m~en, therefore, ice; and Ambassador Suod Bey of rTun-
determines considerably the slieceSi; !key, both stationed here, exchanged
of any athletic team," he continued,' ratifienwtot -y l7, ig aue of a t 1r--at v ~f
"and you can't get good condition frienr ship ei w t bl (Vi Tn W'

STARTING TODAY.}
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The Most Remarkable
Engagement in the Historyg
of the Majestic Theatre!
Old Man Of 'the Screen

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America's Most :beloved Actor.
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HARDEE KIRKLAND
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WM. C. DEMILLE'S
Brilliant Sketch
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Jesse L. ]Lasky

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when her baby is in daiiger-
the jewel pageant; ile nmost
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"---the Rioman festival where a
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for ,a lie-the pursuit by the
armed cojst~tbulary -and a
smashing climax as thrilling as
the screen can give.
It's Wonderful!

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T i-US has been hailed as the greatest
film comedy ever mnaue! The world
is rocking with laughter following the dizzy
adventures of these three rolling Rhine-
stones!
They Patrolled the Rhine-on bicycles- c
and stirred up a riot of mirth such as
,you'ye never witnessed !t
You'll be son-v if jioi don't join this wiatch]
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ALSO A D)ELU1XE ADDIED)PIOR.

withm
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LAIRE WINDSOR
G~EORGE COOPER
BERT RIOACHL
TOM O'BRIE N

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