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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

aTaH. MICIN-L -IAN D \AB Y s ..

TI DAX I 'I ~ITAI1Y 1 1 ~1
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EDUATONL OCET European Commerce,
NIT/ilS il~ H Copetition Grows
fPIIILA!I'WLIIIA, Feb. 1IS.-Europe:
is now ol'( i:g " greater" trad(10corn j)-
ridc T~vii S(hool TIeatchers Are In- Lion to tlie! Unit I'd ;Mateo., aicording
dueld Ito 'Jj l~eta ~ipni, to !),%. Jaln,; N 1011], dire~'or' of the
AY £n {w,)3'Sor-ifety, iAt BdF"-4I(1 Ui ('(I ("tlStat?. iureau o1 Foreignl and~
Do:ic~1P:('on~crewho s e1)-
INDI ANA IDEANSPEAKS te or elgn l'olcyaSSl t if
I At a aqe as h tthe :?r Its'' sod her foreign Itr" hec
t1 4, lat igh Wf lc'the World W ii'," he st, a ndh
Union, ten fcteachers and principls otiiii . , ari hml.A io
hig-h schools of Michigani, I ndiana u s wzziaaif ord tarvaly now fAeeus.
Ohio and Idaho became members of tons orl ureprivsry o wfeS sr
Phi Delta Kappa, honorary edtl~:ation-Dfin 96 iz xot t etr
al society. The initiation cc re,;nori E IUra1)""wer'e somewhat smzaller in
preceded the banquet, and were di-I vatv tihanz they were for 'the samze
rectedl by three alumni, L. W. Fast, perlo(1 of 1925, due 'chiefly to rlecliln-
~. L. Bowsher, and C. J. tihitney. I ug cotton jprices. our greatest eornl-f
LeRoy elmeier, '271d., was the solo- petitor is (Crta. Britin. ,wh ore prodl-
ist in the initiation. ucticen costs are only a lit tle less than
Lester WV. Smith, dean of the school ours. It will require a greater deter-
of education of Indiana university (Ic- Iina-Jon, not. despair, on thle part of
livered the main address of the evefl- oar e, rte, to retain the foreign'
luig, C. L. Anspiach acting as toa,- trade we no0w enjoy."
master. The initiates included John
Porter and Thomab J Gunn fl rhtcs 1o M e
Detroit, Roy R.llman, arietsville, A c iccs O
Ohio; John.$ Gunther, L'Anzse, Mich- For Annual ISmoker
igan; Wendl Vreeland, Ann Arbor,
Michiga n; Paul J. Misner of Ypsilanti,,
M1ichigan; Gerald V. Harrison, Fern- Architectural students of the Uni-
(rule, Michigan; Wesley Darling, Mt. versity will hold their annual smoker
Clemens, Michigan ; William WV. Arz- !and get-together atI7 : 30 o'clock,
old, Ionia, Michigan~, and I. R. Apple- Thursday, Feb. 24, at the Masonic
inan, Salmuon, Idaho.j hall, located on South Fifth avenue,1

GASOLINE WRECKS ENGLISH VESSEL

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LAS TIESTODAY

Vic w of' the English freighter 'E sex
ico, following a gasoline explosion.

1SIC.'.. ;3"f'lIi gat Tjamnpico, IlexS-

rMatinees
2:00, 3:30
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One iNIgid t ni~', tri' l. , 't . 'T
;bail Orders ~'ioi - Spait', A. 2
"A performance so perfect it stands jufst this sidec of
--Frank Vreeland, N. Y. Telegram.
GLENN H11UNTER
-w~iha great eastin
"YOUNG WOODL EY'
Prices: 7Ne, $1. a, $ L5, s-2.ho, 1us tax

paradix.e."

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according to Stanley Podielmiak,j
TSBA, who is chairman of the affair.^

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SPEED and ;EMIN I E
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wonderful 'KIK' cong

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The Best, in Meat S
Whether for fraternities and sororities
or for the private family, we. are ready
at all times to supply the finest quality

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Electric
Waffle - e vot
You are able any day during
the month of February to add
to the, charm and comfort of
your breakfast -table by the
purchase, at reduced price, of
an electric waffle-iron.

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Under cur new policy we are servicing
all makes of sets.
S-pecial Insjiettion Service
Everything tested and checked on your Radio

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Cooked

by electricity, the

waffle becomes the most
toothsome of breakfast
dishes. It is made at the table,
without trouble, without
muss, without grease, with-

out delay.

Served instantly,

hot, crisp, delicious.

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