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TLIF. MICHIGAN DAILY ~DN~S DAY, JANTJAPX 4, 1q28

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OPER ('ST KLAOMASTATE TOOPS GUARD CAPITOL CHAMBERS F oresters To Visit UNION POSTPONES
AS HOUSE MEMBERS AT TEMPI" TO USE SENATE ROOMS Schol Drin-We BOWLING TOiURN EY
I~hOO Dul e helIowlng tournament, sponsored
AFE811S tyI j . __________ ate 1Myiofte1ntdby the; Union and the intramural [de-
____________________HMeerfteU ite partment, has been postponed until
tia llnSlthe thest erxior e an nd :Shirley the first of the week.of the Second se-
.Allen.of.te Amer an.F"stry a.-meSte, acording to an annlonce-
O LN O PR D C I Noc ationwlloh istheUit met made by the nmanagement of the

w THE£ RAE
LJAS4T 'i)ES TODAY
LON CHA.NEY"
"Tell, It, to the Marines"
Children, Wec; Adults, :sac
-'Read The.W ant. Ad s

THtAN LAST11 YEAR'S, PLAY.......S.............
TO%)CAPACIITY lQ SS {-
.WILL PLAYAFTER J-IOP, y r x'z
'TheJ10 Same T1 0You" Receiv es FIi2r j or
able Comnmenit Fronm Easteru
Critics i Pila deiph i.t
"The Same To You," 22nd annual w ., ,.f>-il.
production of Mimes and of the Un-
ion, completed one of the n -ost sue- Sclurds of ;t~tr1I:ocis have 1i,'en exercising dIaily on 'i sgroaunis o? tIlie 0Oklhoma state capitol at Oklahoma
cessful tours in the history of the ; ity, where thn'y have Ie]n onl guard since Inec. 12, by ordo*1 ci (ioverlot' 11- zl'y S. Johnson, to p~revent the" legislature
Opera when it gave the last of 21 ftram ing ii ti: the . 'ho~tSG ell':a seCl-l-oVenle( session to i ii f: rid othe- stalte officials on imipeachmnent charges.
performances Saturday night at Or-; The gcv: rnor withdrewv the troops from the senatie claimm her and peran 0 co nmembers of the ,upper branch to con-
chestra hall in Detrqlit. Following this :(ht the ir ses,,iols. 'V ha a'.nlta lpassed a resolution grant ing perm les> ;on to the house memb~ers, whose chambers-
presentation the company brokze up ere undc'er gulardta use the un guat-ded seniate ehnmbero Wit'l the house members tried to tzse the chambers the
until Feb. 4, at which time a special guardl was restored.
performance will be given on Sat ur -______________________________________
day afternoon .fol lowing the ainnual D~ tr n e e S
OtsFr her OCteoaneRceve
T-hep trip this~ year, while not Ne sFroColge uskegon Fans' Gift
extensive as 'that undiertaken -by
"Front Page Stuff" of last year, wvhen ! ATIrON ( f'O)URSF 1NSTI''TItFD have ,otters tog ether for dramatic ptir- i nie Oosterbaan, captain of the"
New York, Washington and Indian- Avl _M7'(I~LL BsiAE R01 LA Nf,(LUB poses. It was unsatisfactory to see the;: 1927 football team, is the proud re-
apolis were visited, was more suec-
playng t caacit hoses - ~T hrst men diresse(1 as women in t he dentI of a diamond signet ring, the
cessful i ingt aait ossI Mcicl University, Montreal.- ACliuristagitoth
al aon he wa. h pec de t wa c ure fo sud ns ho ar ntret d (ranmatic association plays. Smith t a git o th admirers from
all lon theway Th preedet wa , oure fo stdent wh ar Intresed i; homxe town of Muskegon, Michigan.
set in Ann Arbor the openinig week in flying htas bjeen inaugurated at Mc- I ulndler'graduates lfelt fie sanieway The ring was purchased with the do-
when more tickets were sold, for 1lo- ('ill under thle auispices of the Mion- about: seeing womeni in mona' roles. nat ions of thce townspeople, and it is
cal performances than ever before., The two associations now lend each uiqua~e in style. The stone is set in
treat Light Aeroplane club. Pilots
The show was'given in all four times; other to the other, and real women - plattinum and on one side is engraved
in Detroit, and Orchieslra ;tall was are tieing hired, and students will lbe take part in the Amherst plays, and at. fire in football garb catching
welfle teeyocso.Rvc iven a thorough training in the relme n h mihply.a orward pas. Onl the other side is
well-filld at evey occasint red ae bbseeaamenplayere atitbat.yBe-
ers in this city declared that no Mi-I groundwork of aviation. The coursepitrdaasllllyeatb.B-
es production of the past had rivalled' takes the form of a series of lectuves CA0 AI)IA.N IEBATIIDS OBSERVE ? low the stone a lone basketball is en-r
"The Same To You' in kaleidoscopic and demonstrations. COLL1!G F IFEAT i3IIN N I'SOTI' graved. Abcove the stone is the Michi-
richness and beauty and1 that it madle ______gan seal and surrounding that is a
its strongest appeal through its color qOui.It SCHOOLS WILL CARRY ON~ St. Paiil.-A studly of d'ollegifate ife siuitable inscription.
and anim'ation. II31ISSOURI VALLEY ('ON IEEVI at the university will be made tonsight
East Gom niliinents Show lvi 4 y members of the Iiversity of
The greatest compliments rendered( St. Louis.-The Missouri Valley To.ronto debate team who mnet thle ! , a
the production were given ini theI Conference continues to live. Despite Gophers in the music auditorium. The
East, where there is considerable the withdrawal of the six largest I Caniadians, who have mnade a reqjuest
competition in: the college, opera field schools from the conference, leaving to observe university life at an Amerii-
from such organizations as tiele only four smaller ones, that organiza- ( can school at close range, will stay at "t
Princeton Triangle club and the Uni- tion will continue to exist 'under its; fraternity houses on 'the campus, ac--
versity of Pennsylvania Mask andI present names, with the privilege ofj cording to students in charge of thel
Wig, The Buffalo Consistory, the adding new members at will. affair.
ePhiladelphia Academy oEey uiofiumatic, atindThe nw"i i"woenm a
teEmery adtrn2a icnaintbe officially sx chosen , will meet
were all filled for the performnances i in May to complete its organization. Osteopathic Physicians
in those cities. While a greater part; Dil56
of every audience was made uip of SMITH COLLEG~E AND A-MUERST Drs. Bert and Beth
alu ni'i and friends of the University, UNITE IOR D)RAMATIC('UPRPOS ES, H beer -
there was a marked attendlance of --Ad-hca curss o yuFni
outsiders indicated by box office irec-1 Amherst, Mass. - The women of Specayznardintreet ver sity courses and be prepared,
orris. Smith college and the men of Amherst forY a position in a great and

this week. Meyer comes today, while
Allen will be here at the end of the
week. Meyer was formerly stationed
at tile Northeastern Forest Experi-
ment station at Amherst., Mass., of
which Dean Samuel T. Dana, of the
School of' Forestry and Conservation
was formerly in .charge.'

The postponenment was due1 in part
to a petition sent to the Union mange-
ment by 11 of the men who have
qualified for the tournament. The
petition pointed out that a tournament
might "interfere seriously. with the
necessary preparations for final ex-
aininations."

Paiper's Praise .lProthic ion
The Public Ledger described the
show as "the most gorgeous and pep-
piest of all simiar pieces,-' while the
Inquirer specially praised tile pro-
fessional aspects of many of the num-
bers including the fan dance. A lIarge
delegation from Mask and Wv\ig at-j
tended the Philadelphia performance
an expressed adm~iration for-.the work
of the company.
Seats for every performance during
the Michigan part of tii~e toiur, coii-
ducted earlier in the trip, were with-
out reservation sold out long beforej
the day of presentation. 'Grand Ra-
pids, Lansing, Flint, and Saginaw all
contributed to the success of the un-
dertaking, while Cleveland and Trole-
do accepted the production more than
cordially. Regular social functions
were 'a part of the trip in almost ev-
ery city visited,. and these were sup-
ported and attended by alumni of
the University. These events took
the form of ball, tea dances, and sup-.
per dances held in the University
clubs and hotels where, the opera
made its headquarters. The Biuffalo
Athletic club andl the Penin Athletic
club were both thrown open to the
members' of the company, andl all
privileges of members were granted.
Franklin C. Chapman ached as host in
Philadelphia.
In' this city, also a special trip to
the United States navy yardi and a
tour of various points of historical in-
terest was arranged. This includedI
inspeclon by special permnissionl ofj
the new Saratoga, naval airplane car-
rier.

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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
NvIii find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.
703 Packard St.

!interesting proession where em-I
lploylnent is certain and the I
'opportunity for advancement un-
surp assed0(.
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A Sodia, welc in- Back- From t-he Holiday Acivities Tha~t Is
Sure to Uit Your Funnmy-Bone for a Flock of LauaghIs
and Agve You a Good Send-off for the 'New Year

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for "Breakig
Columbus, Ohio
Larm& Br. Co March 10, 1927
Larus & Br.o
Richmond, Va.
Gentlemen:
Two years ago my wife gave me an
expensive pipe. I smoked it a great
deal for two or three weeks, put it aside,
then began smoking it again. This
time it was very strong. Veterans told
me that it had been smoked too hard
for a new pipe and should be put away.
The pipe; was laid away again. A
short time ago I got it out and smoked
one of the common brands of tobacco
in it. The results were disappointing.
I told the druggist of my experience
with it. 'He asked if I had tried Edge-
worth. I told him I never had. I fol-
lowed his suggestion, and I am honest
when I say that it has restored the
sweetness to the pipe, and has made
me wonder. Was it the pipe or the
brand of tobacco that caused me to
lay it away for the long period of time?
As a novice, I prefer Edgeworth. II
am going to stick to it, as I feel satis-
fied that there is none better on the
miarket.
Sincerely yours,
Philip C. Shera

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