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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PACE TITREE

ALUMNI SECRETARIE:S PPlans Nw York To
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Whi1feyThaeON NIGHT ONLY Feb 19
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THE BiG;GESTl SENSATION SINCE
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Fcmember You're Booked for the Arc, Sund-y
T.eItr7ainICmeySce
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Object Of G(ht hering Is To Bring All,
{lssINto Closer T.ouch
With University
TO DISCUSS PROBLEMS
Alumni secretaries of all classes
wvill gather here on March 5 at the
Union in response to a letter sent out
yesterday from the President's office.
The object of the meeting is to bring
the class organizations, into closer

touch Iwith the Unliversity, its problemsI1 {> :;.
and programs, and to discuss ways and
mneans of improving the efficiency of ,
the class organizations through uni-
form procedure and cooperation withf"4
'the general alumni ornlcers.f
President Little states' in his letter
tht"we have felt it would be a very
..useful. thing to bring together inAn"f.~ . .
rotaries of all the classes which have '"h,. 4:f
,any sort of class organization. This ::
feeling is cordially reciprocated by'
Mr. E. J. Ottaway, president of the
:Alumni associations, by Mr. W. B. Lieut. Corn. Noel Davis, above.
Shaw, its general secretary, and Mr. formerly in comnmand of the air sta-
THawley Tapping, its field secretary." tion at Squantuni, Mass., now inj
This meeting will bring together the charge of naval reserve activities,
representatives from all, the classes has announced his intention of at- Yo
which have graduated from the Un- tmtn eW okt'Prsn iY OU
Versity and who have an active organi- !stop flight to win a $25,000 prize of-
zations. 'It is: planned to begin theI fered by Raymond Orteig of New PIE-
session at 10 o'clock on Saturday York. Commander Davis expects to;I 'tC
mnorning, March 5, in the Union. raise between $75,000 and $100,000 to
4sue &on d all ~~Subscribe for The 1ciaDil.
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CRY, GASP AT THE STARK
Off THIS THRILLING PLAY

VERA GORDON and NAT CARR
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-lowaer 't gar $2.a f; I3.1caliy $2a'?0, ._I. e>, 1t; Gallery 75c
Tlie,,c ai'rices Inulide .'ax.

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Fu31ll "ally .l y vLo Lc
A second meeting for those second I
.qemester freshmen and sophomores
who wish to try out for The Daily
editorial staff will be held at 4 o'clock
Monday in the offices in the Press
building. Anyone wishing to tryout
for other publications is asked to re-
port any afternoon next week.
Wolves are preying on live stock in
ai village only 20 miles from Chicago.
AT THE DETROIT THEATERS
Last Week Beginninig-Monday, Feb. 14
W oodward at Elliott BONStRILF Playhouse
Nights 75c-11I.50. Mat., Tues. Thar., Sat. hoc-75c
ONE
of the clean hits of New York
ONE
OF THE FAMILY
MORE1 WEEK O© HEARTY LAUGHS
GARRICK TONIGHT
LAST Wl EK
MATS WED. ST 1 S0 .0EAs
G~eorge S. 'Vise Cracking
Kauif an's Comedy lilt
The BUT I"ER and EGG MAN
-M ih REGOI Y 1KELLY
Br11illin Over -with Laughs
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POP. MAT.W RD
SIllin a Class by Iiself
STUDENT PRINCE
Suprome 7etjli, I-a
Singing TUh Iusc
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BOYLE WOOLFOLK'S
Surprise Unit Revue
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Borde &Robinson
"The Surprise Comedian"

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Doyle 8& Shirmer
"Surp~rises from the l Vest"
Helen and Mae
Murray
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SHUBERT LAFAYETTE
THEATRE.-I3ETRQIT
Last Chance

Arthur Kiuth

Theresa Walsh

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Michiganm this year. Antd
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