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May 17, 1927 - Image 3

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TUESDAY, MTAY47, 11927

TH ± MICHIGAN

DAILY.

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TO MEDIGAL MEETINGI
Seven members of the University
hospital m~edical staff left yesterday
for Washington, D. C. where they will
attend the sevenity-eighth annual con-
vention of the American Medical as-r
sociation from Maiy 16 to 20, which
more than 12,000 physicians from all
lilarts of the country are expected to
attend,
Doctor U. 3. Wile and Dr. G. H.
Delote of the dermatology department,
Dr. E. A. Pohle and Dr. P. M. Hickey
of the roentgenology department, Dr.l
W. P. Parker of the ophthalmology d e-
° partment, and Dr. A. C. Curtis, med-
ical dlepartment from /the Universityl
Hospital are the physicians who will
attend the convention.
Diagnostic clinics in which recent
developments in medical science have
been made evil l'be held in various lo-
cal hospitals. Tomorrow the conven-
tion will divide into fifteen ;groups for
the discuission of a widely varied
range of medical~ subjects, including
discussions and (demonstrations of re-[
cent advances in professional ethics
and medical standards, public health
education, am'd' methods' of protecting
the public figainst'tunscrupulous quack
doctors. More than 350 papers aref
scheduled to be. read during these
Meetings wvhichi will constitute the re-1
mainder of the session. The subject of
governmental encroachment of the
mnedical nractic~e is expected to be one
of the chi~ef topics of discussion by
the council of delegates, and will prob)-
ably include debates on the medical
value, of alcohol.
IWAV.ROSS
ione, 6293.
Typing Can Be Left at
SIFT'S 1RRiTcGSTORE

Elizabeth Lucas, '28, Wins First place
In Atkinson Oratori cal Contest Sunday

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1Fivst honors for the Atlinson Ora-
toric'al contest held Sunday night in
the auditorium of Lantd Bail wereI
awarded to Elizabeth' Lucas, '28,
wvhose oration was "The Rediscovery
of Jesus' Teachings". Bly taking first'
place, Mtiss Lucas won $40 and *a gold
medal.j
Second place, carrying an award of5
$25, w~as won by Jarl Andeer, '29, who
spoke on "The Ideal of Faith". Third
place, which carried an award of $10,

was won by Patricia Hodgson, '27Ed, i
whose topic was "A Modern Chris-!
tian."
The contest was estabiished by Mr.'
0. C. Atkinson of B~attle Creek in lion-
or of his son, and was under the per-
sonal supervision of Mr. Lewis C. Pei- t
mann of Lane hall
INDIANA. - Construction of aa
field house costing $250,000 is planned
for next year.

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TELEPHONE CO00
Long Distance Telepho ne Servic
Sells Flour For Voight
¢ywlonS~becr~e.e14enga CRANDRAP108,MtCn. Duec. 7th, 14;;0.
U~r. E. H. Dickey.
Mihigan Bell Telephone Co..
City.
Deer MIr. Dickey:-
We thought it would be maell to let you know of
the improvement in the long dietanoee ervice. We have from ten
to twenty calla a day, long distance, and we own cheerfully nay
that it helps materially in getting ordere on Voigt's'Creaent
flour and other'Voigt produts.
Re hope that the good service that you~ have been
rendering will continue and with best wishee, we are.
Very truly yours.
V0IOT MILLIHG O~P
C8Vfea
dowel'.

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Auhnic Sle
tIJE bought for an earlier season bu~t it did
r._ not, come. Good merchandiing pri1ciples;
demnds, that we, have this sale. T'zis is d#ot
stock bought for sale ,purposes but it is mnerj han-
dise of 'our regular high stadard at
ma 1ey saving prices

S UIT$
One huntred and eighty SPRING suits
tailed by LANGROCK and SCLLEYER

Typewriting

ands

Mimeographing
Prompt sei'~iie. Experienced oper-
ators: Modterate rates.
0." D. MORRILL
Time Typewriter and
Stationery Store.
17 Nickels Arcade Phone 6615,
]DRY CLEANING
PRESSING
REPAIRING
All work guaranteed.
Sine our'Tailor Custom
Made Stilts.
CHAS. DOUKAS
1°3h19 S. Universtiy Ave.

reducd to

\ 35'

All Tapcats

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TUXEDOS at 13off

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Original $2.50 and, 2.00,now...
Original, $1 .7S'5ancl 1.5+0 now ...

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A11,07 00Felt hats.
All of our regular. stock at
Sport.Jackel
Complete, stock of leather.
and cloth jacket at

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CO4NDI-,TI6WS' OF SALE

Modern smoking pleasure
that never f ails

Strictly a CASHI SALIE---N4qt hingI chargg,
2. 4A$i.Q eposit ho44yourlselect for ti

w4~efeks
3, Aleratioi;s wil,

be charged for at os.

THE smokers of this age are the most
independent ever known. 'Accepting
no hearsay, they have smoked out the
facts. They have learned that the
choicest Turkish and Domestic to-
baccos grown are rolled into Camels,
.w that here is the incomparable blend-
ing for goodness, that 'Camels simply

will never fail you, never give you
any but the finest thrill of smoking
pleasure. This is why Camel's popu-
larity, by far the largest. in the modern
world, keeps overwhelmingly in the
lead. As modern taste becomes more
insistent upon choice tobaccos, in-
creasing millions discover Camel's in-

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