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II T DY,1I'BR1JARY 22, 1927

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IA y I I~ U L S H B L E I at the convention by n w p p
ANNdMUQi MAsflAVE OF ANNUiV AL PRESS uly mcnl bcrT of the, Univer 'ity
IM, NrW N CONFERENC vo of the articles, The En
STATION.L#A dinlstrat ioj of Justice" by
NELI, T TO J<dcn It. Svn ierlud o e~the
Bua lk ,(n3 of the proceed±ngs at the'- ol as P hsinlzn
eighth : :inval meeting of the Univer- nalism" by 11r ofcssor BImm,
CiItefus~ to ;tt st1)lort Ypsilantl iliicity Press club held in Ann Arbor are________________
_Ihudsty k Ctruocteirprt now available and in the mails. Pub-: N S a
Ma eCntutdlication has been under the C upe-WA.at21
vision of Prof. John L. Brumm, head UAML t1
TO HOLD AVIATION MEET of the journalism department. 3 ocpullar it 'lceto-lay
The booklet includes all addresses i Thle Msct atri
TalnhortepesnaIlat delivered at the Press club conven- ~jIP~ ~ji
proposition fto cooperate with the city' hon, which was held under the aus-1jI1 'L
co fteUiest eatetof Ypsilantt i n outftting an airport pice fte nvriY department ofI#IS EE
for the nmutual 1usze of both municipal- joutrlisil last fail. The }bulletin con- l E1;v< q , iLi! to $ .3(
ities, the boatrd of directors of the Ann tains a foreword by Professor Brumm A 1 ~d.~(to $.5
Arbor Chamb ler of Commerce voted; in addition to 22 articles as delivered tE~ o ~.4
yesterday to support unofficially and- -__________________________ ---
indirectly a commercial aviation meet; AT THE DETROIT THEWATERS I
to be held at Ypsilanti 's air field, July--
1, 2 and 3:. - -R'L AETT
0. Eckley, secretary of the Ypsi- T7 W'iHU t TLFYE I
lanti Chamber of Commerce, outlined! 3I~~Ifein.Stu, Fteb. 20 TeFnis n otTr
befoi'e the meeting plans for the con- Thle Brilliant Invent of ing Picture 1?ero SoQni"
struction of hangars and preparation, the Sea,,oii
of a 160 acre plot ownedl by Ypsilanti ", . WOOlI)DS rea nts -~
businessmen for use as a landing! IiclN' oXIioslt Actress
~t~i I s~INE CORNELL
field for commercial air" companies., il~JAlf'
The land, which is half a mile square, E;t¢nlstr
has already heen drained and the! sGEN A
fences removed; a hangar is being N igirts . 50c to $250
constructed by two Ypsilanti men. Sat. 7 Ael,0c to $2.AX)
The chamber secretary, declaring Pop. Mat. )'ree.-A0c to $l.0 it?
that interes t in aviation must be I
aroused to make the proposition a ________________
success, stated thavt the commercial Week Beglliing f4 i
air meet would have an educationalola i b 1'
effect upon the public, convincing i Wowr t]lo
them of the safety of aviation. The! Vonstelle
fa ct that the Ford air route lies over I PIAYIJOU7SE '
the field and the possibilities of a!I
N G T:transcontinental .route, being shifted (I75cto $11.5
to include DLeiroit, were cited as ar- r Il. ATIEESdi dAidteCow t
guments for the i*fmediate comple- I Tuesday - Ttrdahed vodP h e rouranet
tion of the fieldl. aSurotVllerdayMN -PQLLCK'S2:15th ( )inaJfranc:1s
To finance the meet,aHuoValyCANN OLCS):'T4IE ALY :V
fynclbhsbefomd een'Soul-Stirring Play Sunday ),Tats. at l
tffair llub hbe fonderdationeron-,IT'S THEENEMY Nights, i'oe.to $1.50;, Mats., i~
tir afar ~iI 't indr atina Aro I'SA tGOOD' SHOW! to $1.00. Phone Caidlia 8701
nautical assodiafibi arrangements. ~,

ernieri b;een pubished by request as they
yfac- Wr given att the convention two
years eg o.
nglish Approximately 500 copies have been
Prof. pry*-iared3, expenses b~eing covered by
a:Jour- ,
have'

voluntary contributions from memni
hers of the University Press club. I
A. movie studio pays 150 policemen
Fto guard the lot against sightseers.

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UTTLE LUNCH
Good Home Cooking
Highest in Quality
Good Service

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Opening
Sunda.. Night
Feb. 27

CROWNING GLORY
OF SCREENING
GENIUS.
CROWDING BIG
THEATRES
EVERYWHERE

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first man I
moves-
and shoot
to kil!"'
Mutiny and nin~ .A.
corner of the ' i+7 i
Hell," thle cesc.r tlor
Herbert Brenlon s Parazuaun! iroau.x"
"the years greatest nreod a
PICES:
.1 tiees, " }e to $1.10
1 ights, 5ieC to $1.65
Seat Sale-Fed. 23

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And if you want some-
thing you've never had
before; you'll lie the
new timber 'Tans.
KUJPPENHEIMER & BELMONT
_ ~Suits and T.p1E o s
Masten &Chase
211 S. MAIN ST.
'Where You May Bu~gy with Confidence."

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35c - Special - 35c
Best Noonday Lunch in the City

SANDWICHES

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Symphony 0r-diestra
of Twenty
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Monday and Tuesday
Nighits at 8:30)

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The Arbor Fountain

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TODAY A WO'RTHY HOLIDAY TO CELEBRATE

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WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY

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/ r ©FOLKS!
:. You Just gotta lah with and
at this, master craftsman of a
the art.
yV'~. ie's Funnier '
h 'l'eT an Evert
In the screen world Harold
' Lloyd stands alone and unique.
f , He is a beloved American x~
~ )stitution. The bare announce-
4 .~ .~' ent that his new~est picture r~
u i .. E.t thUe MArc is sufficient to focus"
the whole town's interest on
I that theatre.
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t: 5 ~~~Call th-e lManager 3:31
< rFo secalMatinee.
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And the Feminine Lead Is' Balcony
Capably Handled by b0e
Nabn Floor
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This is what --,u can get by bring-
ing your lau~ndry to our Press Build-
ing, Slation across from the "Maj."
-. This saving on your laundry each
week will amount to a great deal by
the end of the year.

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o'clock. You capi leave the bundle
on your way to th*c theatre.

MR. CARL P. HOFFMAN
the Florsheim factory repreren-
tative, will exhibit an unzisually,
large selection of the nevi spring
shoes for young men.
TUES, THEI LAST DAY
HUSTON'S BILLIARD
PARLORS
The displtay includes the sort of
footwear all well dressed college
men favor. No one builds a
young mans shoe like Florsheim.
Be sure to drop in.
Ca pjus Bootery
S. STATE ST.

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