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TH1 IEMICHIGAN DAILY FRMTA, ARTH I1, 1192

DATE OF ORATORICAL'

UNION II A ,RORN
AT J0I4_PARKkR'S I

Lun L~i~ I on~ r ~ig was done. As a result, within one
week after the po0o1 had been open ..I,
ive ,ft dceiit ('Vciez ''Tt (Votipete j the room was cmopleted at a cost of
('oitest or Pivrp ose Of Picking 1$21,600 and formally opened and dled-
jUniversity 1{ereseiitaitive heiated to the memory of Edward
--- Waldo )Pendleton.
LARGE PRIZE IS OFFEREDW The last two steps of progress have
_ been t ward making the union a
In orderl to avoid a conflict with the permainent organization for the stu-
Oratorical asHsociation lecture series dents and under control of the stu-
number scheduled for next T1uesday det.T cag fetdb h
night, the date of the University Ora- Board of Regents in 1926 makes allj
torical contest finals which were to those life nwrnh ls of thle Union who
have been held on the same night has pay their Uniyrsity tuition for a;
been moved forward to Tuesday night, period of four. years.
March 27, it was announced yesterday. L"astly tl i pelendi~t passled thi's
Five studenits have been chosen to year will make for passin~g the con-!
compete in this contest. They are: trol of the l~nionx more largely into the
William C. Bishop, '28, Fred R. Mock, "hands of the stlitlents as well as add-
'28, Bernard Goldman, '29, William in to the efienc~swith which the
McDonald, '29, and Howard Simon, 'D0. adminustrioQ departmenttcif the
This group were chosen following Union opjerts.
three contests held last Tuesday after-
noon, in the senior class contest,E
Laura M. Osgood, '28Ed, was picked as *~I

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and have your break
fast too, choose a
cereal that is nourish.-
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Shredded Wheat can
be eaten in a' hurry if

SAT. ONLY
The ost alkedof
Star in t he VWorld!
fra r. i i :. w glow f. ti s UQ
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AVictor
Produton

ain alternate, Jarl Andeer, '29, placed
third in the junior contest, and(IVfr-
gna Haughton, 'si0, wa, ; selected to be
the sophomore alternate.
To they winner of the final contest
will 1)e presented a cash prize of $10(0
anid to the student placing secondl an
aiward1 of $50 will he made. Willam}
Bishop, who is competing in the finalm I
agin this year, lilaced second last
spring to Miss ElizabethI Rabinoff,
'27EI.
Miss PRahinoff also ielpresent ed the
University in the Northiern Oratorical.
ieaguie contests at Iowa City, placingI
second. The winner of the University
Oratorical contest will represent
Michigan in the contest to() le held
,again this year.
The dlate of the. leagiue contest is
,Vay 4. It is to he hold at Minneapolis.
Another award of $100 is offered to
the -winner with a pi'zes of $0 to be
given to the 'speaker taking secondI in
the competition.
UNIVERSYPY OF WASHINGTON-
The dean of the school of journalism
at the University of Washington, co-
rohorates'with a famous English ar-
tist in 'burlesquing "Advice to the
Lovelorn."

Mis P.R.Mllr
"WIY GIRLS 9
B~ACKHOW,
OTT (t NO ll
Thlis4 "Ad" iwith I10c
SOON
j BEN HUR
Switches Rack
Peoria, Ill.
Aug. 26, 1926
Messrs. Larus & Tiro. Co.
Richmond, Va.
Dear Sirs:
Just aconfession and an appreciation.
A n~umber of years ago I was a user
of your Edgeworth si ppking tobacco.
But like some others, perhaps, I was led
by alluring advertisements to change.
A few days ago I wenti ir~to a drt~g
store to get some tobacco, and on thei
case was the familiar can of Ed georth.
I bought it and since thenr I leave en-
joyed old-time comfort.
So my confession is that I made a
mistake in changing to other brands,
Iarnd my appreciation is such t hat Edge-
worth will be my Smoke Pal while life
Ilasts, which may not he long, for I
have passed my 'three score years and
I tenl."
Very truly yours,
(signed) t, P. Fishburn.
_fExtra THgh Grade
Smoking Tqbacco

necessary --the crisp
shreds and the rough-
age keep it healthful
even when "bolted'

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Shredded
EAT IT WITH WHOLE MILK

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3 ARCADE

7.40
8.46

KEEN FLASHING
BLADES-THE
FIELD OF HONOR!
ROD LA ROCQUE
IN
'THE FIGHTING EAGLE'
HAROLD LLOYD
"THE KID0 BROTHER"

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"Ann Arbor's Origindl Sandwich and Coffee Shop"

110)8 S.O. UiNIVESITY

Opposite IEnilne-erinug Arch

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Fresh Strawberry Shortcake
Club and Chicken Sandwiches
Pecan Waffles

The the Producers, of
"iVARIETY," "METROPOLIS,""FAUST"9
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1 r3om Osear SIIIi'
laxis la operIetta, 101101
sC01Cpl a sma~lshjig 5it-
(ess at the (CeItItIry
Thleatre., New York.
As brillianut and dJazz-
liugl as "'I'lie M e~j'ry
ISTARTING SUNDAY MATINEE
3rd Annual Spring:
Brightest of Broadway Shows
M1ore girls Hum ha le Scandals! Fiunier thuan Will Rogers.
T be fastest fait of Broadway ever filmed!S
WrS WILSONtGEORGE .ARtIUR

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A 14841-* I tcy Special, "CA ME TH'IE DAWN" IA)VAIS-NEWS
W ith 3MAX DAVIDSON I-rAJESI'IC ORCHESTRA
TH-EY'RE Now We'll Tell You Whatf
HONMES This Theatre Has for Enter-f
tainment Anniversary Week
STlARTING SUNDAY THROUGH WEDNEsDAYR'SIE HA ED 1...A
WrrIH THE ~160 -Ei (EN I4q"111
C'MON YOU RED!

Mexican

Tamales

These and- a score of other sandwiches and
specialties await you at The Den.

Ou r Gala Celebration March 18 to 24th

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