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', NOVEMBER 23, 1927.

THE MICHGAN DAILY

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SUMMER tuR PLAS
]Ieweseiihitives Of "RI Te" Cllees
flake Necessary Arrangeneits
For European 't'rip
INLLUDE OLYMPIC GAMES
Reprsetaiv students of the uni-
Aversities included in the "Big Ten"
have completed plans for ,a tour of
Europe. The cruise, which will in-
clude the Olympic games, will start
-earl~y next summer.
Those organizing the expedition are:
Cortland C. Smith, '28, University of
Michigan; John Ejffinger, '30, Univer-
sity, of Michigan; Arnold Johnson,
president of the student body,. Uni-
versity┬░ of Chicago; Gordon Dawson,
recipient of the Iron Cross ait the
University of Wisconsin; Harry C.
Thoma, president of the senior class,
University of Wisonsin; Russell
Brackett, president of the all-Minne-
sota council, University of Minnesota;!
Hlarold Stassen, president of the fresh-
man advisory committee at the Uni-
versity of Minnesota; Stewart Howe,
editor, of the Illinois Magazine at the
University of Illinois. William 0.
Gamble, senior president, University
of Iowa; Richard L. Lowe, president of
the interfraternity council at the Pur-
dlue university; Carl French, president
of the senior class, Northwestern uni-
versity; and William C. Ramsey, di-
rector of Indiana Union, University of
Indiana.
*Maor John L. Grifth, intercolleg-
iate athletic commissioner, is honor-
ary chairman of the group. He was a
leafier of the tour to the Olympic
games in Paris in 1924. Miss Maria
Leonatrd, Dean of Women at the Uni-
versity of Illinois, is to be hostess for
the, voyage.
Members of the party will sail from
New York on the S.S. "Ryndam" of the
Holland-American line. This ship was
the one formerly used by the around-
the-world university cruise. There
will be a number of sailings for the
return voyage. *,popular dance or-
chestra selected from one of the "Big
Ten" colleges will accompany each
group.
Places included in the itinerary of
the cruise include England, Belgium,
Holland, Germany, Switzerland, and
France. At olland the party will
see the Olympic games, seats in the
grandstand having been reserved for
they group. The party will divide into
three groups in Germany, and these
r groups will have slightly different
sailing times for the return trip.
CUPS OFFERED AS
*TOURNEY AWARDS
Plans have been made for the an-
nual all-camnpus pool and billiard
tournament to be held at the UnionI
starting next Monday. Enrollment for
the tournament will be held from Nov.
22 to Nov. 26.
Prizes are in the form of four lov-
ing :cups which will be awarded to the
' winners. If enough enter the tourna-
mernts, 'it was announced there will be
a possibility of six cups being
awarded.
Detroit Theaters : i

I IES IN HOSPI TAL
GIVEN TO SCHOOL'

IReently Publied P4?ITING I HISTORY
Copiesof Ann Arbor FILM TO BE HERE
History Go On Sale! "e Romanc~J e of Printing,'" a fI
'deictng hesceneCs andI characte:'
Prof. associatel wi ttedeveloIpflliit 0
Copies W0 rf Orlndo W.E art from its inception t)ole rsn
Stephenson's.''Ann Arbor-the First day, will be shown_ in -Natura;lSinc
I lundred Yea rs'' which is being pub- auditorium, ait 7:30, Thtz ' ursdy e.
LP ,tct and distributed by the Ann! Replicas of presses used liv 'bt..
AbrChamber of Commerce were re- tenbcrg and Benjamin lFra nhiiuwr
tzE'iFe(1 here hit e yesterdy and went - - - - - -
onl sale shortly afIterwards. .i
Going back to the earliest begin-,
ngs of the city, Professor Stephen- A E I A U
son describes the country as it ap-1

acier.s;,, .e 1'. ilThe modail 1ES ave been
go, b;y h 'tl pte a fAmer-
icati 111'(!1, vrO-┬░ ithe diection thelC
o~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ thea rpae.'Te ua co
GvaplH ALISL 'M~lillin New York
t1,ai iea atti' VO i itoii o1 print-
, ac iwiiig ofliials

STESON]

piear ed at tnc time and the general
'~ *. chiaract eristics of those who first set-
tled in t he University city. With the
z story he has also secured more than
1110 cut portraying stages in the
r ciy's decvelopmlent. Phe earliest of
the pictures is one taken in 1852 and
1.is piroliably the earliest picture now in
- existence. There are, however, also
pictures of the founders of the early
4 town, John and Ann Allen.
One of the early chapters o1' the book
is devoted to the coming of the first
G ermians to the vicinity and the begin-
ning o;" their settlement in 1829 and
As. .CandJdler'. 18)0. An extensive portion of the
Soft dr ink king andI tinancer, who book is (devotedl to the history of
(ldied r ecently in the hospital wvhich ha schools and education in Ann Arbor
had given to Emnroy University in At- with three chapters beiiig devoted to anaG.HsbefcistotethsorofhegwhofheU-
school totalled $7,000,000. versity.
T1he first commencement aind first
Three members of League for De-I finial -examinations are outlined and
fense of Religious Liberty have been the story of the growth of enrollment
arrested in Mexico City as leaders of1 and erection of new buildings is told
recent plot to assassiniate General " with many of the lighter and less
Obregon. known incidient s being amplifiedl.
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"I cmd to smoke Lucky Strikes
whea read asiola's advice"

Said Madeleine Northway to her ,partner, George
Chiles, before presenting their dance numbers at
The Cascades at the Biltmore Hotel, Newyork City.

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PLAYHOUSE
Second Week Beginning
Xonday, NOV. 21
NIGHTS: 75c, $r.5o. Mats. Tues.,
Thur. and Sat., 50c, 75c
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BEAUTIFUL!

"An Extension Telephone Is The
Gift For Mother"
The lady of the house suggests it,
and Santa Claus agrees with her.
An Extension 'telephone upstairs
is a year 'round gift that the whole
family can share with Mother-
it's a gift that never wears out.
An Extension Telephone Costs
Only A Few Cents A Day
MICHIGAN BELL
TE'LEPHNECO.

You, too, will find that LUCKY

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After the show, the concert, or a dance you will always find the-
Crippen Subway Sandwich Shoppe=
a delightful place to obtain refreshments. Sandwiches, salads, lunches, and =
fountain service are our specialties. Our quality and service being unex--
celled one is always completely satisfied after eating at the latest addition
= of Crippen Service to the students of this University.
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blended with great skill,,and
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Mario asio~a
Metropolitan Opera Star,
writes:
"More and more I note that men and
women, whose voices are their livelihood
and whose voices must be kept in condi.
Lion, now smoke Lucky Strikes. I find they
do not affect my throat in the sligzhtest."~

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