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May 18, 1928 - Image 3

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PTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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KELLOGG TO ADDRESS
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB

Two Honor Students
Receive Fellowships

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TYPEITI1ThRS
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Remington, iRoyal.
We have all makes.
colored duco finishes.
MORRILL,

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Two English students, John M.7
bertson of the University of GI

Dr. John H. Kellogg, superintendent of Christ church, Oxford, have b
of the Battle Creek sanitarium, will awarded fellowships at the Univer
be the principal speaker at the an- by the Commonwealth Fund ofI
nual banquet of the Cosmopolitan club York, it was announced yestcr(
This is the fourth annual award
to be held at 6 o'clock, Monday night, these fellowships, which include st
May 21, in the Union ball room. His for two years at some Americani
subject will be "How to Live Long versity and extensive travel in
and Well." country during the first summer
In addition to being supervisor. and cation.
surgeon of, his sanitarium, Dr. Kel- Both students are honor gradu<
of their respective universities,
logg is president of Battle Creek col- bertson~ majoring in organic chier
lege, editor of the Good Health maga- try, while White will (10 resea
mne, and founder of the Race Better-1I work in American History. The
ment Foundation. He is the author lowships are not awarded as a
suit of examinations but on the car
of many books, magazine articles,, and date's university and general rec4
technical papers, most of his works following a personal interview v
being of a medical and 'hygenic na- the committee of award. Since
ture. fund was established in 1925, 85
The remainder of the ,program will dents have been awarded feliowsl
consist of a group of native songs of and have been. brought to this co
India, sung by Mrs. A. J. Diakoff; a try for study.
violin solo by Benito Lopez, '30; and __________
an address by Marion A. Wenger, '28, WOMAN JUDGE TO SPE
whose topic is "The Vision of a Sen-. Oeo h irttowmnt
io."Oeo h is w oe oTickets for the banquet, which is admitted to the American bar ta:
being held in the honor of the senior ciation, Judge Mary B. Grossnr
members of the club, are priced at $1 of the Municipal Court of Clevele
for members and $11.25 for others. H. is to speak on "Law and 1-mi
C. Chang, Grad., general chairman, is Conduct" at 4 o'clock next Sun
in charge of the reservations. All those atron a 0a h illf
wishing to attend the banquet should dation. Judge Grossman began pi
address their reservations to Chang at Lice in 1912, was admitted to
Lanehal no laer hantomorrow. American Bar association in 1918,
Lanehallnot aterthanbecame municipal Judge in 1923.

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Mc inney's Cottoni Pickers 'Orchestra
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17 Nlickels Arcade.

Phone 6615.

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This Ad wiith 14 -Cents
SUNDAY--"WEST POINT"'
with W)L IHAINES

Jtlc1iarmids

715 N. University

Next to Arcade Theater

CLASSIFIED ADS PAY__

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Assorted Cream Wafers

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During May Festival

L LAST TIMES TO DAY.. DOUBLE FEATURE PROGRAM
Another of WARWICK IDEEPING'S Famous Stories

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NOW SOWINGt

The picturization of
ON isstory'sdcliax
as written by 'Mr.
Deeping is mtior e
thrilling thtan niany
of the sup~er attrac-'
lioins.

Whose Last Classic was
"SORRELL and SON"

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Splendid

Art Materials

Those who use artists' materials find Wenzel's a
good place to buy them. We have a good stock of
quality materials in which you'll be interested.
ARTISTS' 3MATERIALS
Canvas Canvas Board
Academy Board Stretcher Pieces
Water Color in TubeL Fitted Oil Color Boxes
1Water Color Boxes Art Stencil. Sets,
Stencil Outfits Pastels
Artist's Brushes Clay Moulding Outfits
Oil Colors in Tubes Oil

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Chased by lions, hissed by a
chimpanzee, pursued by can-
nibal head-hunters, our hero
gets his daily thrifls-And
Howl

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The Magnificent Techni-color P'roduic-
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Phone 6713

207 F. Liberty St.

A PPOINTIENTS
A Christie Comedy
"LONG HOSE"
PARAMOUNT MIHCHIG~AN A liT ANI)
NEWS LOCALS BEAUTY

2 I estimate that...... .. ........people have walked w
2over the Herrick Heirloom Chinese Rug which has been out on the
Ssidewalk in front of Quarry's corner, N orlt Unlveasity and State2
street, Annt Arbor, for fourteen days. fronm 8:00 A. 31. to 10:30 P. M.
2In rain and sun, May. 5th to May 19th, 1928.
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The erson coming nearest to the correct numiber gets tihe bean.
tfl"Jewetlre u shown at Quarry's.
Ann Arbor, Mich.c
- PERMANENT DISPLAY, 928 CHURCH ST.
- Evenings by Appointment Only-Phone 3155

"A NIGHT AT THE CLUB"
HOLL IS DEVANY,
and
MALE OCTETTE
KARL IEI)EJI OL1)'S M'III xN ORICHIESTRA.

ICOSMOPOLITAN OPENING SAT, MAY 19th i

HERE A T POPULAR PRICES!f

FIRES

OF YOUTH

AND LOV!'°

IKINO4GRAMS__
t 2:00 and 3:30

FOIE SALE
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HIAROLD) LOlING
7 :414) audi 8$:4A)
10-50

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Rupert Hughes never, told a
finer love story ! Never was it
love so tested ! A cabaret girl
dancing through life! 'A boy
spoiled by applause ! Yet they
loved-with the fire of youth!I

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