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THEIHI GAN DAILY

SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1927

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LOCAL EVENTS
T'oday
147. R. S., wii speak on "'Racing with
D~eath in Antarctic IBlizzard"cini
Hill auditorium.
Holiday
S :O-ChlnreslUpsoni Clark -wilpeaih
on "Greater Roumania" in Hill
auditorium.

When you want a nice, juicy Steak, stop at the
ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT
And be convinced.
The An Arbor Restaurant'
t: 215 South Main St.

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q iAI'Vest-s fdr extra warmth, we h..ivc all kinds.

"eguearbridge and(I laa1c' i 'i ;t1:102 Svhe i 19 ; .l ! :'.'j111'i. 0{? "Je
natinentlfs; sho uldcomp('011';)1-..I ,, " ("N I
as soon l1.8 po'ssille \apr "a 115 11( ug ''Il ?:1)0 ( !' l t) 2
Onae round la day B b;':41tl'' ta~ mw 4
conltes its *'houlId be arneh 1(1 clcl(S '
Althlough similar touramnA 0 a Y'r:1rS7o' n tt~
beenii conducted by U nba house r, wll lb the ro e 1c~14ravfor that o.-
mIttees; inlpastya',oc' eo4Ib!ZiO1
have1 tis ecoltestsbadb, uaIa1,-
Lester F. Johj~lson~ G ex nkXv I elve
the I 'on, be loes.Moeicth:
ever bef;oru have center e c.:(122 0(I'Sr ,:
tionz, he ( stat edl, 0 U (I;(iVei\nl rx('PAl zoO" ]U'lraA spic
and night the lobby is ('o Nded with l T- 7L "

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Leather Coals

Jackets

students followingI ;lf
Players.

he progress'ofth J1IIIIM)ly LILI) Mayor I .lasae(hh)o'A~t :¢ , ti i1 !a
Cruy Dobbs appear to pyIh>d f a
I Con I ~oecse Crev aksesreo alking. They dclibe' 'b .a vta:T.;a
~.C IO Sof thbe Order of the saril '< Eas nrew ordianee:.-andt l aaa v aU
' Y will speak at 8 o'clock tonight in ..

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GzrIa tn aestod for .*Jai'
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Lane hall auditorium. General (ire-,
M e ls fu jcagl e 0 rle." The lectur'e is undl~er [he
auspices of the Theosophical SocietyI
of Ann Arbor.
MVi'. JA Krishnamurti came to Amae-
Tic~a last summner with Mrs. Anna Be-
sank, the head of the American Theoso-
phical society. lie spoke before thae con-
vention of the .Nmerican society inj
Chicago and1( exp~lained his purp~se and i
his message. Acmpanying hli.044s3
when he was there, yea Bishop (1.
j AW . cil Aar of the St. Aubens
1IJhAbral ("atholie; churebl in 'Sydn ey
:Australia.
Gleneral trevinkl will expiain Mr'.
Krieshnaninrt's pliace as a spiritual
leader and as a vehicle for the cmn ilag
of the AWorld Teacher.lie w l: 1aB-
swer the niewsp~apers in t heir past'
Misleading reports as to Mr. rIsh-N
namurt i being himself the World'
'.eacher or Messiah. It was generally
understood (luring the sunimer that
ho claimed to be the M~essiah. Hie
has receivcd a gre,i deal of comment;
ad ( his comning toe America hasI
aronsed groat interdlt.I[Je is the head

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for Ladles ai lest
For your' selection we are offerinc, a larme assortment of W ool Blouses,
Leathecr Coats and Jackets in Tan or Grey Suede, By-own Reindeer Fiesher,
Black and B~rown Napa and Horse Hide. Also Corduroys, Wool Plaids
and Wool Navakotes, all at a saving.

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All kinds, for every need, just what you need these cold nights.
Also a large showing of Auto Robes and Steamer Rugs

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Hadn't a Penny
Lived Lk Lord!
l-le rode :l axs w; Icbe igl'agIs fo, every-
body. BLu' e C C ib ~llc ~~~bills. So
his wife left him fBa;, ianl he sta.-tcd out to make a
mjllion, and win Iher bnck.
P. S 1 I te, - 'e g teMOrey-----yotl yTe vot'tile time of
your life lin {Cv & ::at, this rollickingr, frolicking
film advcen UY(1

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Skating and Coasting Breeches, Wool and Sweat Shirts, Puttecs,
Wool Hose, Leather Helmets, Fleece Bedroom Slippers, Etc.

"It Will NIT Yyou to Avalk :t few blacks."

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Suibscribe for The Michigan~ Daily., li.A ~ is ope'~I ii' public.
The BestfntMas
Whether for fraternities end sororities
or for' the private fami ly, we are ready
at all times tos~uppl'y the finest quality
meats at prices that are right.
~223 NrhMrnSt. Phone 4208
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GratrCLAIRE WINDSOR
CtExcuse fh° OWEN MOORE
Met" BERT ROACH
&~A. From the story by RUPERT IIUGE.S.
Photoplay by Frederic and Fanny Hatton.
Screen adaptationz by Jessie Burns and
~yq Bernard Vorhans. Directed by ARCHIE
PIOTU1M.
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