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THE. MICHIGAN,

DAILY:

WEDNESDjAY, ''R

DeanG. W Patersn (DELUGE OF OLD GOLDS S
PROGRAM TO BE GIVEN AT GRAND OPENING DeanGHeWdPatersoank CHIN ESE DIPLOMAT ;CASE CLUB TRIALS CAMUSNDE __L
I IAI~f~ [LI~DIA~T~fh~h~flBy E. F. F et
ff [ ISTN TIR L AN UJLIN 'lW}LIIUDSU LflILIETERLAST RUND U A new epidemic on the campus- thnkso
fIL O ~<:::BAKv:L;::.: Thi sehWi r(il eeiePrz nicotined fingers. Men and wom- anh~
ai" ihigi ueu mle i-TI M' ia en, nonre have been forgotten, aregetlsto
ULNOTLPNXT R SUSIRDY tresofghthg s ame ntr n wiln1 ( cia
MONLING A' A buraces ftesamaueadwl Aids Materially In Developing Of $100. Second Gets all trying to keep up with the gen- No d
rental Leaders $50 Reward erosity of the Old Gold company. 'and ev
nKeping, wth the generale Tin box-adened postmen stagger ters
STEAY GO Wt-IIS EEN'poicyof akig avantge f te LCTUES O CUB OURCLUS ETERup to all student dweling p laces need us
houslaetdevn eelopm ent no bakgs.with the gifts of the Old Gold case.
Reception Program Will Include, hosesgter r~n ae makers. Chattering Annl Arbor " A rus
SeetosB nvriy surrounding the tellers and clerks; Michigan ranks not, only high, Semi-final rounds in the second lnlde aebe wp ako h
SnpnvOcetain the new First National Bank. A;. but the very highest of American 'year arguments in the Case clubs'
____small railing consisting of fourunvrtisaog Cieesu'hebenrcedndhefal into dismal halls by students seek- low ver
(CniudFotPg n) small cross-bars isteoiy sugges dents," declared Dr. Tehyi Hsieh, {have been set for Founder's day !ig their packages of Old Golds4 become
tion of the former system. 'This is K Chinese diplomat, in an interview, April 26, according to Prof. E. ly- and possessing hopes of keeping make v
biogtfo l oe h ntd mounted on an imported black r with a Daily reporter following ai the Stason, of the Law school. Theths ofherrinsrrom lato
k'ates. Although Ann Arbor firms an odma l outrw Ich lecture before 200 members of the' final round of the arguments in mates. Early to bed and early tof "The
weeepoe hrvrpsilturn is supported by a white marblej Student Fellowship of the Congre-1 the first year clubs have been rise makes a student healthy, now 'th
t .was necessary to call outside help facing. The individual enclosures National church Sunday evening. reached and the finals will be held wealthy, and owner of somebody curse o
fr 'some of the special construe- in which the telleys and clerks; "Many of China's leaders are( in each group about March 25. else's box of Old Golds. 1'les 'ov
tion work such as the installation carry7 on business are separated' byi graduates or former students at The semi-final arguments of the one now doesn't have to walk a and e
of the elevator system, blower vei- steel walls just high enough to in- ! Michigan," he said, naming among; second year men 'will take place 1 mile, and he can reach for a sweetl Smith ;
tilating, fans, and special metal sure certain division, but not high them Dr. C. T. Wang, twice premier, 'between representatives of Story ,and still smoke. The Scotch stu- ( swollen
decorations. Altogether '33 com- enough to obstruct the view from and now minister of forein af- and Marshall clubs, and between!,-
paiswr mlydi h o-one enclosure to the other. Da eogIVPatro fairs and C. C. Wang, now dire- the representatives of Holmes and
ploton o th-- An Abor ky=President of the First National
srper.no te n Abrsy re Full nsurancedmgetoBnwhc will open the doors o At present eighty Chinese stu-; two -brackets will meet in a final
The/newr is atioal ankit nurtean her o to its new building to the public for( dents are on the campus here, argument on Founder's day, April T
Thidig's ne a'rstoNational peBan ixtrewiquartersdand theFcontsthe first time Thursday evening, among them being twelve women.f 26. Prizes of $100 willo to the
obkbuildingnexmpeifche yiav ixues iscaridnytFirs Dean Patterson is associate deanI Dr Hsieh sees a continuation ofk winners of this final rund, andi
massive and m'onurmental appear- building and its contents are alsoI of the Colleges of engineering and the United States as an education- 1$50 will go to the runners-up.
anc". The emphasis upon the insured against damage of any architecture in addition to his pos- ja center for Chinese students, a- There are four finalists in each 'idngSTARTINGpese TOIo speidn fte ak hog tth aetmeh oe o h'forcusamn h irtS A
buidig carctr i eprsse i kid tin a pesden o te bnk thug a th smetim h~fre-ofthefor lub aon th frs
the design of- the exterior, rather Bo
simle i odiiedRoaneque Bokkepin euipment for facili-;which he has held for eight years. casts a complete disappearance of year men. These in each club will:t
simp in odifed RmanequeI Chinese labor in this country. -The1 argue in a Anal match about March
style:' The entire exterior of the tating the complicated; and exact-!,ecmlt ihn3'2,an h orwneswl e
buidig i smpe. nddigifeding process of preparing daily rec- Pollock Chosen H[ead exdswlb
builing'is ges eand igniiedyears, he said, by which time ceive a two 'ear's subscription to
luxury: is suggested by the ex- ords of the bank include computing ' Educational Clb there will be no Chinese working-! the Law Review as first prize.
celeice of design rather than the machines and journalizers of the Clbmnfrwme nte ntdEtts Th ei-iaitsadfiait
menor wandnCanada."ntedStaesinTheach of aithe ounclbsfollows
lavish' use of ornament, latest and most advanced type.: anCanda.
The fifished building represents These correspond to the many de- iAtoghCiaisteedosyHles:h Junie ouErdb Robin-:
the results of ,approximately' 10 vcswihseetornderhih Ofcr o h oigsmse populated, the area of the land, son and David Rawson. Freshman;---"
and'one-half months of- construe-I efficiency on the part of the; were elected Monday night by the greater than the United States and C. W. Brownell, R. E. Doyle, E. R.
ion work' beginning with the thirteen employees actively engaged Men's Educational Club, as follows: Alaska combined, is ~more than Latty and J.R. Orth.
wecking of the Wadhams build- in the affairs of the bank. caable of supprig n:Jnor;Mw.Bwro
ing in February 1928. The first A steady growth;. consistent with PisdnJmsRPlok ie nese in the world. alteCi and William Stockwell. Freshmen;
tenants were in the new edifice on conservative banking- policies, has President, John Luyendyke: Sec- China's reputed poverty, Dr. J. P. Hoffman, Thomas Osborne,uy^
Dec.- 15, 1928. marked the progress of the First retary, William Luitje; Treasurer, Hsieh says, is a delusion, based,i Theodore Weiss, and.R..L. Quinn.SE
Novel Lighting :EfBets 'National Bank,as shown by a sur- 'Ormund J. Drake. however, on the fact that theI Story: Juniors; Robert Cendenin N
Ivof the total deposits and total' wealth has been hearded by power- arnd Thomias'Koykka. Freshmen, ~
Every detail of the building has ~ The spaker for the evening wasfilamie. BrrdKvaMlcmAch'neote\
been carefully worked out by the 'resources of the institution since ___fil__families.__Bolnd KlJamesSpn, andlmArh-neorth
architects. The special lightin g 1882, the year since which completePrfShleAlnoteScol____________j rastm-
recods'f te bnk ae aailble OfForetryand'Coseratio, wo C- Mor.try-comedies
fixtu.res were designed' in the lab-reodoftebnaravialfFrsryndCoevtowh Co-eds at the University of UtahMor ever filmed.
ora tory of Oscar Bach of New YorkTh bank cirries insurance against told of his educational work in the have no stated hours nor specified'Mrhl:JnosE.HMye
City who produced the railings robberies, forgeries and against the schools of the state. He also il.-. nights for dates, but come and goI and Norton Rider. Freshmen; T.
an1 the grill for the bank. The alteration of checks. These policies lustrated a teaching device which at will As a result'there Is more;L Conlon, D. L.'Seps, M. L. Rubin,
main lighting in the bank is fur- together with the new alarm sys-'i illustrated the past, present, and; self -reliance and coeds seem to' and Howard Shout. iT
nished by 'three large, wrought- ternserve as protectors to 'the future conditions of Michigan'sj do as well in scholarship as at any I~
iron chiandeliers, while the second- clientele of the bank: forests. nvriy . a Comical Ces-
-_ Detroi't Th71eaters 7Jxmter lescolldy run
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Id.IA ,, -~lO~

'MOTHERS
DUD OF SMOKE
Lre sending up prayers or
;iing 'to Old Gold rearers
ping; that their 'boxes won't
in transit or in some one's
in.
istinction has been mnade,
en the 'women have gottbn
rnokes and now no fair one
e hebr boy friend's cigarette
;h on all Old Gold supplies
campus is expected to' fol-
y shortly, when the students
conscience-stricken and
,ows to buy Old Golds' for at
ne week's allowance worth.
Treasure of Them All" is
e talk of the town and the
rf every landlady who stum-
,er heaps of- cigarette butts
mnpty tin cans, while,. the
Brothers look on with tear-
L eyes.
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CORNWELL COAL - COKE

Scranton, Pocahontas
el tucky and' West Virginia -Coal
Solvay and Gas oke

This business has been Irowing ever
prince it was establishedC. The s cret.-
"gi~ving gbsolule satisfaction to oaur
cus4tomers." We believe it pays to do
b usias in x frienfdly way. If .YOU
think so too. let r get together.
CORN WELL COAL -_CKE
OFFICE, CORNWELL BLOCK
Phone*. Office WI-514552 Yard Office : 5152

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CASS THEATRE
LAST WEEK
Evenings--S1.00 to $3.00;
Sat. Mat nee--$1.04 to $2.50
Schwab & Mandel present
"GOOD NEWS"
SHUIBERT
LAFAYETTE
Stratford-Upon -Avon Festival
Company.
Wednesday Evening, Feb. 20
"MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR"

CHESTER CONKLIN +& THELMA TODD,

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Presents All1 This Week

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Now the Law of Easy Travcl,
So tlic PAvecnt Lab. reveals,
Says the Maximum of Cushion
Js in GoodyearwWiug foot HIeels.

--an~d then her Broadway
past clouds hier happiness.
Does her dream end at -the
altar? Does her life, drift
again in the careless current
it; knew before she found
real, hontest,' living- love?:
Com and see.

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MURELERNT.- N EIL HAM ILION -VICTOR t{L
TOl WNAMARA - MTEI.CLAI-TON - CONSTANCE HOWAR1
]P A JA OHNSON Y 01N({ " i mt tyt'R1TIVIpg 'J O H
He's back again in Short Comedies
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Remember this when you need to buy
new heels--when you need new spring
in your step, quiet, easy walking and re-

THERE IS NO TEACHER like

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HEELS THAN ON ANY OTHER*.K ND I
They, are all fresh, live rubber, xand
you know howv rubber gives and lifts
and helps. They last longer, look
better, and cushion deeper.

ON FIJI}'.STAGE

MARY H,,AYNES
"4AMONG US MORTALS")
Seinae Good Natu red Travesty oni Iutman

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lilet tromn tirin g, noisy, ardiilheels. Your friend, the.Shoe Repaairman,
And remember that out of the can put them' on -betwtieen
teachingIs of experience - case. te"n owada
MORE PEOPLE WALK ON inezwG-oodyear Winufoot
GQQ0.DYEAR WJNGFOOT Heels xtody.'

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