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May 18, 1927 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DILY

WEDNESDAY, MAY IS, 1937

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CONSTANT ACT! VITIES WILL OCCUPY
ISTUDENTS DURING FRESHMAN WEEKI

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(k'orfn'in1 d fl-mm Page 01nc) ) etter able to adv}Se the studIents re-
Notbniy J b55 u, also flkaiay g-aiding their studies.
fleids of specialization ill be cov- "(fnr Suday afternoon every fresh-
ered. A scsvee:of rcund Itable confer- k ran wrill be ur ged to at tend the
tmices' for those students who havel dhm1cii of his preference. FcA those
made up t heir nvinds as to their life !deianitely expressing no choice, a
work will be hld, and _ini small jsmall religious convocation will be
groups so they will b)e able to talk; provided."
with leadlers in th~ei r various fields - - -- -----_______ ____
and proessions, also with eminent
practictioners when possible. I.
"MAaniy plans have b~een miade to 11111 RET'
!)!at i~. ci."oiiz .op- (" ( gj2 /JSouth State St.
toni Wliibn~~i~'~de farvv-Specil This Week
Cry on: ; o )breaf'-iA; o spefrvdFreak
sport '. it, rcd y attEcr on W .ill ln<ViiYt
give Vo"(-e to g-i Pies, eg i "'ieIby
the i airl(e~r l(n ~ili
r vry ';i, freshman<;.. 'lb ese a:re not 1di
to serve as u fnt rance rt' r~.ns ds
rataner w,, 1hoiw by,11(4 nfenN; to 1)e
For th Ie 1,g0'! 4vt w h: do icIhigan -rings, bracelets, cigarette
( ca';e,,s I,l):1(t: is_ and pum W %e have also a complete assortment of
II ),imant5 aid banners
Pho e J"'1 1111 Rotli University Phonie 4744
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The shirt is exposed.i For faultless appearanice
the shirt must be laundered perfectly. We are
able to do 'this excellently -for you by our hand
laundry methods..
THE MOE LAUNDRY
D IAL 3 916
Downtown 204 N. Main St.

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4-Dlue erformancesDa«y-4
SPECIAL
EXTRA
Orchestra
Will Play
All Matinecs
for Don Juan. cclaimed
MfiNow
A agrnificent U Playiw
In s p r a tion&V f
_ MARY

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Lord Byron"s Famous/
Pom eli v Ie~is Ag-ainAl tr
fo mor ir Pasiire. Ad3 tr
SuIported by
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2:00) anid:3
Main Floor 50c
Children 15c
'7:00 and 8:40
All Seats W4e
(1k \~Children, 25C
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-- Directed by
ALAN ' COSLAND

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Un'expeted
The object being to
raise cash.

jOilng to Great Length of Thisj, Production, i'lures of Spring Galmes anid 'Iigof-War
I Our Added; Subjects Are Limited t Also lKetiiuck DerbyClscI
ITopics - C.rtoon - NewsYi
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.On all Street. Shoes
$14 Shoes, now.3.$1:050
Others .$8.60 to $11.25

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WILLIAM BOY!)
EP NOR FAIR,,
a' JUNIOR COGHLAN
j and WALTER LONG;.
Fromu the story byDENISON CLIFT
- ~Directed by _RUPEaT JULLAN ,'

RACING SHIPS
A tremiendouis realistic dra-
ipo of the tea-whien -white-
winged greyhiounds battled
for glory and 'the supremacy
of the ocean-An absorbing
picture ronmance tha4t carries
youi hreatblessly half arounid
the world to one of the most
gripping climaxes ever seen
on the screen.

Y ou must meet her! SENORITA.
No ore, -Aeeter. Step up -aIn geet
her--at the -MaJesic in this clever
cc.medy, spiced with the dash of ad-
ventur-e and toupped with the charm of---

Off
_On ail
S port Shoes
$1.50 dhoes new $9.20
Q lers $8O to $9.610

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ON THE STAGE
"DI COVERY
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