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THE-.N41CF.JTGAN DAILY

PAGP THRRVI

jg o a ntitu ides of thio sc stu dents w ho B U M P I , C "1 '-C
Sinltend to eter upon a Journalistic
PROF. BRJMLN-' vi -c dviefrsein
who he V2 eneurigcnent adfounda-
Introduced wholly with the idiea of, rm ,~ 1 1
giving the sophomore students bent Tp,, ourse xpected t
upolt a journalistic career, a founda-1T1Uj ) i _olfl, an Ud if it does,
tion and introduction to the future, a I wi1 I v e a notli seinestens starting#
new course in journalism is iein" ;nc, ii
considered, according to Prof. John L,--.-
B3rumm, head of the journalism do-t A~PPOINTED
ParmessorlBrumm feels that if the' TO NEW OSIT IONI
plan goes through a long felt. want!
will be :greatly remdiedl. Sophomnrfes Wordl has; just beenh received1 of the!
in the literary college h lae ne : or ; apnment, of Frank S. Cobe, former-I
quite understood just whit the study ly 01 Anin Arbor and1a student at the l
of journalism involved and what pos- I i ivrt~fo 92 o12,t h
sibilities a future in it held for them.
The course, therefore, has been do- posit ionl of (emergenfcy qgneer of
signed to serve as a foundation for i the bi:_i ngham, Alabama, Water and
subsequent journalistic work and at iPower Light Comany, which is in -
the sampe time as a means of testing directly connected with Mluscle Shoals.

T- - .,.,G N A L YP n~P~ T m

Fleis& hman'
New 'Testarn

A nnounces ,1 a u scripts For
lent Contest Due Thursday

_.

Manuscripts for the Thomas E. TI.1 The preliminary contests are on
Black New Testament contest are now Miarch 22 and 23, and the contestants
due and should be handed in beforet
Thursay, Erl U.Fle~shmanof s 111lldrewv for their speaking order
Public speaking department, whis i n these contsts upon handing in their
charge of the contest, announced yes- mfanuhscriplts to Mr. Fleishman. The
terday afternoon. elimination contest will take place in
The speeches are limited to 1850 2,"02 Mason hall at 4 o'clock when the
words and must 1)e based upon anyI finalists will b~e chosen for the con-
ideas or Inspirations suggested by the! test on April .22. The winner of first
New Testament. Religious prejudice honors wil receive $100 and a gold
and theological controversy should be medial, and the winner of second place
avoided, Mr. ;Fleishman said. will receive $50,

Have

you

tried one of Bill

and Mert's

famous

ham-

burgers

lately?

Why not, drop in

after the

show tonig ht?
Meal Tickets, $5.50 for $5.00
Bill and Metye
Campus Lunch
338" South SMate

ANNOUNCE APPOI NTMENTS
Carl F. Burger, '28. has been ap-
pointed managing editor and Charles
T. Lee, '27, has been appointed bus-
iness manager of the Freshman hand-,
book, compiled annually by the Stu-
dent Christian association, it was an-
nounced yesterday by George H. Li-
kert, '27, president of the association.
1~~1
I.
I RROX
SHIRT
I ARROVV L
COLLAR
on it. This shirt has
the long point collar.
I It is made of a genu-
ine imported English
Broadcloth-the best !
in collars and in shirts
that you can buy.
Alsk Your Dealer
NAT J&B>
The Sak Sui
The SillulSuitin fcn
servative stvle '-Insmart
fabrics.
$4
AND MORE
ON
PERMANENT
DISPLAY1
At
11 010 T S. e

QUICK MEAL COil Stoves.

MEAL Stove to meet the requirements of any
family. The most vital part of an oil stove is the
burner and the QUICK MEAL Oil Stoves are

equipped with Lorain High: Speed

3 10- South State St.

Dial 5015.

Oil Burners,

giving an intense heat, clean flame, and the corn-
bustion tube can not burn out.
St ate S teet Hardware
"Successors to Larned Hardware Co."

w pi

Mass 'Bertha Bauier, director of the1 founded the school 60 years ago and
Cilncinnati Conservatory of Music, has IMiss Bauer wvent to Cincinnati 48 years
tutore'd 20,000 students. 11cr aunt f ago from Ann Arbor, MNich.
I t

Wherever gas is. not available, we suggest the

There is a QUICK

,411 a y ORE and more men are demanding
[1.comfort. The makers of Williams
Shaving Cream have answered that dem~.nd
with Aqua Velva, 'a scientific liquid made
expressly for use after shaving. A few drops
of Aqua Velva slapped on the newly-shaven
face give it an exhilarating thrill--keep it as
comnfortabhle all day long as Williams Shaving
Cream--n cf't :t. In big 5-oz. bottles --Soc,
W ,Ii w+ nis'" h l a

Here'sAn Ida
Nothing makes a more appropriate gift than a
box of candy. We have a complete assortment of
Norris' and Gilbert's best candy from. which you
can choose. Get a box for your friends-you are
sure that your present will be appreciated.
Cowie in and try our delicious sundaes, sodas,
and MALTED MILKS. You will agree with

many others that we offer

the best in fountain

r

_ _.__..

service.
-CRIPPEN'$
3STORE
"A Store in Every Shoeping Ceniter." ,

"S ingers

must be

I

cautious regarding
their throats. Like

other singers, I pre-
fer Lucky Strikes be-.
causethey are never
irritating andbet.
cause 6f their finer-
flavor."1

723 N. Univ.'
Phone 9797

217" N. Main
Phone: 851 1

2 19 S. M±'ain
Phone 6811

i

Florence Easton,. prima don
of the Metropolitan Opera Compn
The perfect condition of ,her voice
always wins applause

Lu.cky

Strikes

are mild and

mellow-the..finest

cigarettes

yo-

ever smoked. They are made of the
fnsTuksan:dcos,properly aged and blended with

Ctte ahn ;j Onfthe: 5~reenMk
Ater se all thBeautiful Ldur-ia i Lve Stao~y 7'dt'lIm k
"ave You Think Spring Ha Come!
2b oeThu II c.

riri
t
P ,.".:k.::., ....:

great

sill,

and

there is an

extra

process in treating the tobacco.

t It's

toasted"-no harshness, not a bit of
bite. r_'~

t

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