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April 19, 1929 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1929-04-19

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ICH-IGAN

DAILY

PAOE TWO THEM ICHICAN DAILY

PRESIDENT LIT TLE
'EFFORT TO

TURNS FIRE FIGHTER IN VALIANT
SAVE ISSUE OF ALUMNUS FROM FLAMES

OSCAR 0. M. VOGEL MARTGIN HT. VOGE
IV:, RO.MARK"ET

Continuing his career at the
University in a blazing path;' of
glory, President Clarence Cook
Little turnied fire fighter long
enough Wednesday afternoon to
help foreman Gustav Dicks put out
a dangerous fire which had started
in th~e Alumni Press in the rear of
the Economics building.
According to Dicks, the flames were
caused by a jamming up of paper
in one of the bed presses which was
printing part of this week's issue
of the Michigan Alumnus. Dicks
was alone in the building at the
I:Detroit Theaters I
LAFAYETTE j
SHUBERT
Matinees Thurs.-Sat., 50e - $1.50
Nights ..5c to $2.50
Detroit's One Real Hit!
ARLEM
CASS THEATRE
Nights, _$1 to $3
Satuirda~y Matifee, $1 to $2 50
BOOM BOOM
With Frank McIntyre and
* Jeanette MacDonald

time and had just inspected theI
press and found that it wads work-
ing perfectly. He had therefore
turned to some other work and
did not notice the fast spreading~
blaze until the hungry flames had
begun to lap the ceiling,.lHe rush-
ed over and started to use a small
fire extinguisher but the fire
still burned stronger and smoke
was beginning to fill the room
when someone suddenly jumped in 1
through the window and began to
assist him.I
After about ten minutes of hur- 1

quieting the stubborn flames much
to the joy of a few students watch-
ing the proceedings from the. out-
side. Suddenly one of the students
peered th-rough the window of the
Alumni Press and said, "Gee,
that's President Little helping in
there."
Prexy turned to Dicks and asked
if it was the Alumnus which was
being printed on the ill-fated press
and when receiving an affirmative
answer he merely said, "Certain-:
ly ought to be a hot issue" and
walked quietly out oanto the eamn-
Pus.

Phone 6656

339 South Main Street

SPECIALS
2cans Home grown Peas Early June . 25C'
2cans Tomatoes., White Haven Brand,25c:,
3. cans Savoy Pineapple.............0c'
Nut' Brown Coffee, none better........ 49e
2Packages Pilsbury Cake Flour and
Bowl free .................... 76c
Try .somte of choice quality roats of Beef, Pork, Veal, And genu in~e
Soring Lamb . Chickens to roast, and boil Fresh dressed Spring
Broilers.
Read the Classified Ads

ned activity they succeeded

in

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KINNEY SHOES

For Men - For

Women

QUALITY at POULA PRICES

Width
in
AA
c WOMEN~
Leather 0
Spike liee.
FANCY HOSIERY

Styles
in
TBeige
T wo Tone
Tan
Patent
$3.98
$4.98

..w

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N''S Patent
)p er a Pump.

6

CHliFFON
SHADOW HEEL

$1.59
..$x.95

C
SAWY WS

TENNIS AND GYTM SHOES FOR ALL
117 South Main

ZEPHYR-W EIGHTAIYNWEAR
T HE very latest wet Breather
protectorsfo college men
sad wno rnenthese lightest
weight garments are made of
balloon cloth and tendered ab-
solutely waterproof by the fa-
MnOOS Sawyer process.
"Forain" garmrentts are comfot--
eble and so 'pliant that they can
bae tucked ~awayfin a very small
spiace when not in use.,
The, Sawye's "Foraln'* street
coast weighs only 20 ozs.,. This
linre includes a Golf Blouse, Fish-
ing Shit, Sport Shirt, andI a com-
plete suit for speedboat racing,
yachting, etc.
,See thiem aot your fabet'itc shops'
1A5T C~ack.MASS.'
t. . .. Y . C . 1).. 1./A . . uS $l . liI . M A A ,O. Z. T,.

EPISCOPALIAN STUDENTS
BANQUET
7 P.'M., TUESDAY, APRIL 23
Union Ballroomi
Mr. Clarence Cook Little
will speak on
E"Re1* igin eksus- Clrisiiainty"
TICKL:-TS $1I
Ticket's may be' obtained ntow at I-laris[Jall

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~ The Home of Hart Schaffner and Marx"
SOWINGT
IHartSchaffner&Mrx
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I~made in many New* Soft Cloths
Tweeds---Herr°ing Bones and Flannels
- One Knicker and One Regular Trouser
f -=
_ a.
In the new shades of Pigeon Gray and
. Malacca Browns. Priced at
I-
$ 3000 t 40
~ Cnli &Wetherb'ee
o 118 E. Washngton - Down Town s

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Roared as v
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and of
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drama-
picture Cii

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Thrilling stoify of
ijust who was bil
the literary bug,
his love for a sw+
-a tremendous,4
tie and appealing

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APPOINTMENTS
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SPANISH
CRFTSME
PARAMOUT
NE-WS
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COSMOPOLITAN OPENING SATURDAY

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SEN SAT1-IN A L!I

JOHN
GILBERT

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Are I The Jn."EIegHity I

LAST DAYS!

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II GLORIOUS DAYS! II

iere's an annoublnceit with-
out an adjective. The facts talk
for themselves:

Clarence
Brown',
prodic lion

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