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__________THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, MNACH :3

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FOOD AND AMMUNITION FOR MARINES IN NICARAGUAN FAMOUS LAWYER COMMENTS ON
MOUNTAINS MAINTAINED BY PACK. MULE TRANSPORTS SUBJECT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES

k "Public utilities have become per- camne to investigate the situation, he
o g haps the mvost fertile field for thou- found a practically new field, where
sans of investors in recent years," peeeti rciewst )s'
declared Arthur H. Ryall, '02L, onelyth eaycss. C squny
of the most noted of the public utili- the field of public utility commtission
ty lawyers in the United States, who
practice has been A very interesting
is n An Abo atthe~rseit tmeone and presents many problems for
^.atdelivering a series of lectures. telwe.Teewsltl iea
"War conditions had a great deal
tod it h rign oto a ture to be found on the subject righlt
ldeter milat o nlof certaing standards illafter -the war," he concluded.
public utilities which were necessary SYAUEAnwtpifltrr
cirer to pilaeal hem andthrse magazine to contain only material not
..u ti :o.a.ealy sundbass i of a humorous nature has been in-
th ys fte ulc, eco e. stituted at Syracuse university. The
"When the war brought great cor-
porations to the realization that such mgzn ilsl ttncns
Food and ammunition for U.S. marines in the mounti. us of Nicairagua are supplied thr ough pack mule trains, ___mattersasrates__andvaluationsas
the only\ means of penetrating the interior of the country in wet weather. This photo shows a marine supply trinii'well as rate of return ideas were fac-' {B1S N
fodngasteminte iaaga i nt nditic.1tors which had to be re-vamped andr SUPPLIES
___________________________________________________________worked over in a number of in-
stances, many comnmissions grew up for all makes of
tv r m O h r a(l lg sfor the purpose of regulation and TYPEWRITERS
INLA IJ[ A~til1J!tII' N w s roi O t er ollgesaid to the public utilities of the coun- Rapid turnover, fresh stock Inisures!
11,T I Ilh h IPtry," R ya hl m aintained.B e t R lt 1 eler e ri e
sT1A':FORI) FRES113EN 1EDI1T itotal registration of 3131 as oppose~d) "hntel 'wowsite- bs ultya oeaeprie
F Ufl~flUUIYIINU LUIIIUI~ FROSII. EDITION 0OF PAPER! to riumers ot a wholesale dismissal 01 este n pte lerewommsinsr-M RRI
C.__ A. Smith, secretary ctf the'land in pulblic utility work as a whole 17 Nickels Arcade. phone 665
'!able Of Vonitents On Tall Cardboard STANFORD UNIVERSITY.-FreshI- faculty, announced recently.
C'over 'Will Replace G~rey Palter men here recently published an all-
Formially Used frosh edition of the university daily E
palter, completely written and edited A____________________
P~iTR PRZE IS OSEDby members of the class of '31. Nearly TARIE llH~ 1OlTHE RAE
POETY !PIZE S POTED ereall the articlesxwere about freshmen,NO
~ ~~RWhen thW next issue of the Inland- iinl(jud.Ug an edlitorial extolling the Sly ONi
er is placed on sale Tuesday, April 3,meit o te las fo31 h
it will be larger and different from WISCONSIN RUMORS SHOWIN T O"OOSBESCOKM CHGA
ary publication,- according to the - )-G.IW Attraction
edtos f h mgain.UNIVERSITY 0OF WISCONSIN. - Michigan Locals Comedy I
edtrso temaain.Only 443 or 5.45 per cent of the under- Ti'I "Ad" -withi 10c
The coining issue will be printed graduate students were dropped by the , AN INVITATION IS CORDIALLY EXTEND
on larger paper and will have at least 'University of Wisconsin during and at Satu d Rh:G1NALl) VENNY
40 ,pages. Replacing the grayinl the end of the first semester out of a lit "RO11LING HOM)E" WE ARE SURE TO PLEASE YC
_g pga ioeum cuts and paper covers of the_______________________________________

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I Cosmnopolitan Opening, Sat. March 31
The Soul of a Saint in the Body of a Giant!
THAT WAS JEAN VALJEFAN

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by3 Victor Hlugo--'prinoe of
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yout canlsee ]tinti, faithfully
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greatest story of all tine-
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have You Seen Our Display of Our ┬░Tasty Sandwiches, Luncheons and
Easter Candies? Dinners Are Prepared to Satisfy
~selection which will more than delight the' We invite you to try a delicious Toasted Sand-
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.andies of the highest qualities from our own Milks.
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