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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

W!,.I)N~lSDA', JANUARY 19, 1927

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FLORIDA CONVENTION
ATiTE OLED BY FISHER;

Discuss Plans For Peace In Nicaragua ! HIGH COST OF CLEANLINESS PUTS
HEAVY EXPENSE BURDEN ON UNION V
;a:.' ."? a~a; massdustless tabletops, fiom $22000 to 25000 a ear Tis ? ' '
Idirtias morer adglsteing floors !includes the w~ages ot the 1"l1mU e
,;_,. t t 3 : i i okU in the. U'r*** ****1--bA4tlme a1 t J. fCnd aLt4 fumr'- n, ;lJ rz. . ,'w.~w, "" . ": war' .

y le lftav i n' eiProfcs;or Finds
lhi lnki Comtipletely3' Recoere'd
From Ifluricane
CONDITIONS UNCERTAIN

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Prof. E. M. Fisher, of the Realty
Management department of the School
of Business Administration, returnedl
this week from Miami, Fla., where he
attended the mid-winter meeting of the
National Association of Real Estate
Boards, as an official delegate from
Ann Arbor, and a member of the edu-.
cational committee of the a'ssociation.
Special stress was given the educa, -
tjonal program of the association in
the inaugural, address of C. C. lHieatt,I
newly elected president of the organi-
zation./
The University of Michigan is thei
only university to have a full time
teacher in the field of real estate.
This post is held by Professor Fisher,
who for three years prior to 1927 was
the association's educational director.
SNumerous other institutions through- i
out the country, however, have part-
time teachers and some plan to fol-
low Michigan's lead.
The condition of real estate in
Florida, following the greatest specu-I
lation boom in hitstory, Professor
Fisher characterized ase totally uncer-
tain. In dlefense of this statement he!
pointed; to the presence of some soeC'ii
lntion inl a periodl of reactionary dIo-
T1he inost striking impression which
Professor Fisher received oil his trip,
was the sight of Miami is completely
rocovered from the devastating hurni-
cane of last September. All of the
\VT ckage is cleared away andl many ,
niew buildings have spring up. Only
a few reminders of the disaster are
to be found.
3HILIPPINE CLUB
WILL SE FILMS
One set of tle Alumni association's
motion pictures films will be sent to
the Philippines soon, as the first leg
on an itinerary to University of Mich-
igan clubs in dependencies and for-
cgn countries, it was announced yes-
1 caday by T. Hawley Tapping, field
,ecretary of the association,.
After its use in the Philippines, the
film will be sent to Tokio, Pekin, and
-uenos Aires.C

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onily th oug~h considerable expense to, plies which must be given them.
the man7a.ement. Dusting, shining, scrubbing and
Cleailiness, the pride of the house- cleaning-up a litter of candy wrep-
men, is ailntained at a cost,. accord- pers, cigarettes and trash keep bu y
iug to t he organization's books, off this force of men, who, fIgure .sliov:,
consumed more than ,C0 xortta or
~ soap arid cleaning powder alone dui-
~ A I IR ing particularly bad weeks when al
____________________excessive amount of muddy footprint.s,'
FRA-CES STARR I are left at the entranceways.
;Ia a %smashng Comedy SUccess_______
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An Austrian General Lommand!:

The state departmenit is reported to have approved! a move io br ing;
opposing Nicaraguan factions togeth er. Photo shows Aie andrco (CEsa-,
envoy trove the Diaz government in Nicaragua, in conference with Secre-
tary of Sgtate Frank B. Kellogg, right.

'IlAT SIR, it, I I SPIII >S, APPE AR
AT MIDNIUM (CLOTHIED)ONLY

ARMY OFFICERS, Alumni In, Florida
WILL CONVENE' Organize New Club-
Su nnerall, Careen And Others WXill !With the recent organizatio o the
Ad(re~s Detroit Ateeting Palm Beach University of Michiga l
club, the Alumni association has
DETROIT, Jan. 18.-Arrangements :establishedl its first active connectijon
are practically completed for the en- with the University's graduates in
tertaining oof more than 500 Reserve!Foia
officers of Michigan who will convene W ~hen the club wvasoi'ganizcd. 19;
for 'their annual winter meeting' Feb. ! alumni, including graduates from theo
12 and 13 at the Hotel Tuller. classes of 171. to 1924, wtre li'eselt
Leading the list of distinguished at the meeting.j
officers who will address the confer- Since Florida has been added to thc.
once is the name of Maj. Gen. Chai les! territory .active in alumni work, the
P. Summerall, chief of staff of the Uasoatond hree foita counwtris,
S. army. Other speakers will be Gentatsadtrefrincutis
Fred W. Green, governor of the state; besides the District of Columbia, the
Col. John S. Bursey, adjutant general HawNaijaifislands, and the Philippines.j
offiher'stasatBin ofn.tHenitdy hvebenarstdasarsut
Reilly, first president of the Reserve LONDON-A number of Commun-
States,' and Maj. Gen. Guy M. Wilson, discovery of a plot against the govern-
commanding general of the 32nd di- } et,
v ision of F lin t. __________________________________
General Reilly has just returned _____ _______
from a nine months' visit to China,
Tribune.1
The committee in charge of the en-,
tertainment has planned many novel alleeh rpeetd th hc ~
features, which will be given at theT o a l m n, -
banquet Feb. 12 and the luncheon inm e v

CA.SS 'Nighlt $1.040 to
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DETROITl7acwto $1.30
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anent, to restrict pardon and parole1 PORT' HURON.- The Owen Sound
sowers, will be brought before the Board of Trade is behindl a move -
Legislature. ( ment to have a bridge constructed
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M.A YDE you've spent half your life and
Ion tune on this old hobby--collecting
everyt''hin,-g from peace-pipes down to the
latest "L and Maria" underslung. Maybe
yo,,, know the pipe encyclopedia from
amL er Americanuis to Zula zuago.
I" -it if yo ' ire a pipe smoker, you learned
long ago thatL no matter how much a
man may Iknow about trick pipes and
pipe tricks what he gets out of any pipe
depends on what he puts in it.
And if you know your tobaccos, you
know that any pipe's a sweeter smoke
when packed with grand and glorious
old Granger Rough Cut... The finest
Burley that grows, mellowed WelIlman's
way, and specially cut for pipes..
A man may have a hundred pipes but
he needs only one tobacco... and that's
Granger. For whether you put. it in a.
meerschaum or a corn-cob, Granger is al-
ways the same cool, sweet tobacco...
worthy of any pipe uSf the world.

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We have listed for sale a large brick house
which, without alterations, would accommo-
date an organization. There are nine bed-
rooms and dormitory space ; three baths;
large hall and livi'ng room; hot water heat.

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Other desirable houses. Let us show them
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TheSunday Jan. -23
TeWorld's Greatest Lovers United to Brieg
You to the Ultimate Realm of Affection
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