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!'III I I)AY, JAN .1k 119, "1.92

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE THREE

TI! 1'BSt)AY, .JAN U A BY 19, 1 92~ - PAGE THREE

N thecoming internaltonal convent ion
BW 0M OB O~a vrisers, which is; ire b11hll

SERE O ECUE
In reOsponlse 10anl invitation by the
*Wonen's Advertising club of DJetrioit,
Prof'. John L. Drumm, head of the
,jcurnalis-m Wlelartmeut, will b~roadl-
cast eight lectures over station WWJ 1
on the "Advertiser and Consumer."
TheI~ first l eeturc will be given in the
m1idlelof Febiruary, withI one to fol-
low' eaclh week.. This series of talks
15, initended to( interest the public in

MXoordiiig jo al1C"( eliw y hrthe
Suna 1l bullet in 01 thbe In i ersity !Amis.
club ISils!t, )ing issued. itinc Ind s
addresses 0giv enl dat W latesl 12uln -
in g of Lhe club. P rofe-ssor rti,
editor of the tlA( n. will d it 'hue
the Publicationiito i10w5s8l~r of los
stte and(1to mu Il 081 lig )2 p01'sout -
side the state, as; well as lo scunerl
schiools5 and( (101)8rtimnuls (wjovnl-

EXTRA COPIES OF
HANDBOOK READY
A numb~er (ot extra c(opies o0 I11e
frif'lla11 handh10k pu blished(1arn i-
ally byL the Stud~ents ('hristian as-
s(I(i ation <II d thLe University are
av\a ilab)1le foranyone (desirouis of ohb-
i nin lg copies, ac cording 1to1 an l-
rnoun(cmellt made yesterday biy Carl
F. Murger, '28. Conies 'will also bie
a va1iabl)1 at the beginning of next
semlesiete foilmoming students.
Atplicat ions for the ' business man-
agement. and edit orship (of the fresh-
m an h1an dbook for n ext yea r may also
We oacle at, the S. C. A. headquarters
at, thisllsine11, it Awas announed yes-}
IcrliaV.j

TWENTY-TWO SI
Employment of students who are
working to support themselves is not
limited to lunch rooms and soda
:fountains, as 22 such students can
test ifv. Ushers, door-t ender:-, and
maintenanlce men at Ann Arbor's new
theater comprise this group of 22
self-supporting college men.

rUDftN1S ASSIST1 AT NWTHEATER ,TYPEWRITER
All the uniformed ushers t1181 direc'tJ served at the ticket window by Mici-, All makes of un-
the theater-goer about the ne0w 111v- ganm students, and oince seated, listen cehi ndOurequip-
ing hoseae ebes ot music by an orchestra which boastsisoniedam g
i~~i('t lI~~e of at least six studhent members. The tebs ntesae h eute
the stud~ent body. Thie two doormen tehs ntesae h euto
at tih? entrance, and even tihe assist- relief projectionist is also a student. twvety years' careful building.
ali mnagr if hehoueattill soror)ities of Northwestern r'e- 0. D. MI OR R I L L
clsos at teningest eteaecently sponsored an inter-sorority 1 i Nl Arcade. Phone 661).
Pesn'tedn h hae r bridge tournament.

i sm.
Th'ie subject mnat#er (ot
deals exclusively wl"t 11
journaiist 11' lprof i) 1111.

tlhe !leIltet'in
irno'ei o a10 !

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GET rREADY
Let us Clean and Press your clothes so they
Neill be in perfect condition for
the J-Hop
WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY,
CASH AND CARRY BRANCH OFFICE
Maynard St., Opposite the "Mal" Open 7 a. m. to 8 p. ii.

MEN'S FANCY SILK SOX, 25c pair
WITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS,
COLLAR ATTACHED, A VERY
FINE QUALITY BROADCLOTH
$2 X25 VALUE-$1.501
Ann Arbor Dry Goods Co.
316S. Main St.

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January Sale of Men's O'coats
and Frnishings!

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NON-PROFESSIONAL TRY-OUTS
DISCOERY IGH
' --and on the screen tonight and balance of 'week-
A gi'e~ofi 111111an, gip~pinlg'
1pJ'Iic 'e stor'y of :.1I a na's ire-
g(,ner aliomi I hrouagitthe love,.' " +" -.
fidelil y and 414210114)1 of his .
clod;-A themie at once dra-
111:11Wi, hrilling ,11aPl aaeal- _
hig-t1lietoplay youa'll never
forget.
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WE ARE

OFFERING A NEW AND CQMPLTE

STOCK

OF

FURNISHINGS& OVERCOATS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!

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OVERCOATS $ 5
In All Patterns, 5
Values up to $70.00 ...
SCARFS & GLOVES
All our silk or wooi scarfs and $ 9
Pigskin. Deerskin. Buckskin or 09
Calfskin Gloves Special....

$ 'SUITS
29 50We have a few ready
made suits, values up to
$55.00-Specially priced.
ANY TIES IN THE STORE
1 for $1.15 or 2 for $1.95
YOUR CHOICE OF ANY PAIR; OF SOCKS IN THlE STORE
AT lE 171 AR, PRICE, THlE SECONDI)R~Al FOR 200

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SUNDAY-G-EORGE O'BRII

AbjD SALLY RAND)
EN in "EAST SIDE, WEST SIDE"

All
Caps
$1.65

A. F. MARQUARDT

Shirt"
Special
$1.95

TAILOR
608 E. LIBERTY

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