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MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRiIDAY, M~4AY 3, 1929

~PAGETWc~ ~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRANTIC FOREST
"FANATICS FEEL
FLING OF FAME
About sixty members of the stu-j
dent body and faculty of the School
of Forestry and Conservation will
gather -at Saginaw forest out Lib-1
erty. street' for the annual Forest-
er's Field Day to be held on Satur-
day, May 4.
Acording to Robert K. Winter,'
Grad., chairman of the event, the
group will assemble at the forest at,
about 8 o'clock in the morning.'
. The day will consist of a program1
in the morning and afternoon,
broken only by a forester's dinner to
be served at the school woods. The
affair is being sponsored by the
Forestry club, of p*which Willis C.j
Branch, '29F., is president.
The events of the day's program
will consist of sawing a log and
chopping a log, the chopping being
clear through the log and to a line.
Pistol shooting of both large and
small bore arms will also number
among the events.

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RECENT NEWS FROM YPSILANTI
and w;
SOPHS GET JUST DESSERTS DARTMOUTH PREFERS
WASHINGTON AND JEFFERSON ITS WOMEN SPEEDY
UNIVERSITY-The freshmen fooled ----
sophomores who spent all night DARTMOUTH COLLEGE-Accord-1O
looking for them by holding their ing to an annual questionnaire cir-
banquet at 6 o'clock in the morn- culated among seniors, 21 students
ing. out of 177 admitted that they had L
STEAM FROM CAYUGA'S WATERS!
CORNELL-Contradicting the re- GIFTS for ALL OCCASIONS
port several years ago that kissing
decreased one's span of life, a recent At rock bottom prices
scientific announcement says that
osculating makes one healthy. From No
now on when we address a woman 49th Anniversary Sale
in regard to her plumpness she may Burr, Patterson and Auld Co.
be expected to consider it flattery 603 Church Street
instead of insult.__
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been kissed. The favorite
girl had brown hair, blue eyes,
vas "fast."
PTICALt
DEPARTMENT t
Lenses and Frames made
To Order
Optical Prescriptions
Filled
HALLERS
State St. Jewelers
Want Ads Pay

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FLOODLIGHTS
FOR PARTIES
Just the thing for bright-
ening up the decorations
and making the scenery
more attractive
Rented at the Small
Charge of 75c
a Night
25c Additional for Colors
ERNST BROS.
Electrical Shop
2 10So. Fourth Ave.

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Strings.. Supplies
. .Repairs . .
for all Musical Instruments
Scheeberle & Son
MUSIC HOUSE
110 S. Main St.

5 Passengers0S c
1 Passenger 35c
ANYWHERE IN THE CITY
DeLuxe Cab
and Baggage Co.
All 7 Passenger Cabs
24-Hour Service

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IOOE L BROS. ARKET

Phone 6656

339 South Main Street

That's Our
"Cash &Carry"
service,
Open to,
LAUNDRY COMPANY
Across from the Majestic
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SPECIALS

A headline in the New York
Times (Dem.), reads as follows:
Raskob Appoints Shouse To Lead I
Revival of Party.

2 Pillsbury's Cake Flour
bowl free

and mixing

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MIC I ANNOW!

DIAL 6870
"Snappy Service"
C. J. MARSH, Prop.

4 cans Peaches, large size $1.00
12 Palm and Olive Soap .60
2 cans Home Grown Peas, Early June .25
White House Coffee . . ... .. . .47
Ham End, good size, per lb. .15 I
Genuine Spring Lamb, and Fresh Broilers
Fowl and Roasting ChickensBC
Don't forget our HI. & A. Canadian Baconj

LOVE!

THRILLS!

LAUGHS

Society deb steals from lover to save family honor-

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SHOES

MARK TIHE MAN

Beautiful
women
Handsome
men
Mysterious
strangers
Rum
runners
$1,000,00
wanted
SEE ITI
and
LOVE IT!

Ann Arbor Is Still Roaring!

PICK YOUR SHOES

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as carefully as your tie
PEOPLE pay attention to the
things successful men wear as
well as what they say. The
first step toward success is to
look successful ... and shoes
.mark the man.
This is the season for light-
weight and feather-weight
shoes .. . tans in the day-
time, blacks at night, and
sport shoes to suit your
playtime whims. We have
them all; and here's anew
model feather-weight tan -
that's smart as an Aire-
dale for any man whose
face wears a healthy
coat of summer tan.

LAST
TIMES
TODAY

CHAMBERLIN & HIMES
Featured Comedy Dancers at the
ZIEGFELD FOLLIES
HAMILTON SISTERS. & FORDYCE
in
"PLAYTIME"
STARTING SUNDAY
SPRINGTIME JUBILEE CARNIVAL
LEAVITT & LOCKWOOD - BUSTER KEATON

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