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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TO DE11 HELD TONIGHI
rials for(let ermining the members
of the Varsity Glece club who will rep-
resent the t';:rversity in the Intercol-I
legiate g lec Odubi contest for schools
of the Miclle We'st, to be held Marchi
21, in Chicaigo,: NWill be0 held at 7
o'clock tonight in the Union. From thel
50 men now enrolled in the club, 241
will be chosen to make the Chicago
trip, this number being the maximum
allowed by the contest rules.
Tryouts will be made in quartets,
and the six quartets selected will hold
special rehearsals in the two weeks
that remain before the contest. All
schools of the Big Ten will be repre-
sented in the contest, and several
others in this section, bringing' the to-,
tal of colleges participating to more
than 15. The winner of the Chicago
gathering will represent the schools,
of the Middle West 'in the National
intercollegiate glee club contest
which will be held in New York dur-
ing the first part of April.f
Leaving Ann, Arbor Sunday morn
ing, March 20, the representatives of
the University will entrain for Chi-,
cago, in order to broadcast a program l
from radio station WEBH, the Edge-1
water Beach hotel, that night. Monday
noon they will be entertained at al
Michigan club luncheon, where they l
will present a short program. The
contest will take place Monday night
in Orchestra hall, after which the
singers will return to Ann Arbor.

PLAN S AR SHIPPED TO NICARAGUA:I TEXA.-For. the first time in his-
, ;Ctory freshmen and sophomores will
~ :':':":'-1<.'no clasp rush. but will end hos-
~' 1 at a s at a. l dance.

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The Training School For
Jewish Social Work
Of fers a fifteen months' course
of study in Jewish Family Case
Work, Child Care, Community
Centers', Federations and H-ealth
Centers.
Several scholarships and fellow-
ships ranging from $250 to $1500
are available for especially quali-
fied students.
For information, address
The Director
The Training School for
Jewvish Social Work
210 W. 91st St., New York City.

The Goodeats

609 East William St.
Just a good place to eat.
Home Cooked Meals.

Cafeteria

Lunch from 11l A. M. to 1 P. MC.-35c.

Dinner from 5 to 7--40c.
Come in and be convinced.
Managed by
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The U. S. S. "Altair," loaded w ith airplanes of the Marine corps and
officers to man them, is photograph ed departing from San Diego, Calif.,
for Nicaragua.

Justly Phrased as the Year's Dramatic Sensation!

TODAY
IS THE LAST DAY
At -wihj orders for the 1927 'Ens'ian can be receiv e[.

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" lighted march; -* Yes.
SOME ..DAY WE'LL HAVE
CLEAN AIR.
Bu ti o e ui u o ,.ihas turned from its purity to sooty
grime.. It reveals what the people
of 'D)t'roit do.= not recognize ordin,;*
arily=-th'at Detroit is a very dirty
city; that the air we breathe is
heavy with smoke and soot, and
that there is no escape from breath-
ing the contamination, for it is
everywhere.
Some day we shall learn how
to heat our homes without end an-
geeing our lungs, Some day' we
shall know hows' nuch it costs us
to let chimneys belch black columns
of smoke and load the air with Filth,I
to settle upon our buildings, our
linen and our pers'ons. -Theoreti-
cally we. know now" that all this is.
needless, but, we have not develop-
ed a conscience on the subject.
Probably the People, of medieval
cities came to know 'that filthy gt=t
e were not eshetic and that
te-ere even dangeroug long be,
~ft 'hey -were. -willinig' t0. PaY for
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The householders of Ann Arbor-
can end t *e r smoke nuisance
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SMOKE and soot can be banished now from your home
-your neighborhood--your city- banished without
anybody spending an extra dollar or doing an extra tap
of work.
Residences make over 6o% of all the smoke in the
atmosphere of our large cities, says the U. S. Bureau of
Mines in its Bulletin No. 2.42. This report also recom-
mends as follows :
"Coke should be burned for heating houses because
it is a clean and convenient fuel. It eliminates smoke,
reduces the necessity of cleaning furnaces and flues,
requires less attention than coal,.and gives a more uniform
temperature in the house."
START TODAY to burn Semet-SolvayCoke, the clean
fuel. No matter what furnace you have-hot air, hot
water, or steam--Semet Solvay Coke is your ideal fuel.
It comes in all sizes for all types of heating plants.
Semet-Solvay Coke keeps your whole house clean be-
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AND THEII Topical-- Today's News
OTHIER EVENTS I Cornments - Mich. Local?

THURSDAY IS JUST LIKE SUNDAY AT THE ARCADE
OUR MID-WEEK ATTRACTIONS ARE ALWAYS SMART!
("mIlon IlI
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I Habit ;ecer! tShe gets hers, at so
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--Excerpt from an editorial in
the Detroit News, January
25, 1927.

Be sure you get the ORIGINAL Semet-Solvay Coke. Order TODAY from an authorized
Semet-Solvay dealer. He sells the ORIGINAL Semet-Sol;; y Coke, made especially by the
Semet-Solvay Company for household heating purposes. It is the perfected fuel, developed
through forty years of successful experience in combustion engineering--made by the world's
largest producers of household coke.

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