SOCIETY WILL Anderson Is Unable to
IN NEW CLUB ROOM Speak. for Press Clubi
'34, D. M. Levine, '32, D. W. Lyon, Word has been received that
'34, K. Mack, '34, W. S. McDowell, Sherwood Anderson will not be able
'34, J. R. McNitt, '33, R. W. Merritt, to speak at the University Press
'33, B. R. Moshier, '33, J. C. Norton, club convention.
'32, J. D. O'Brien, '33, A. B. O'Don- The convention wvill meet at Ann
nell, '33, B. R. Porter, '32, W. H. Arbor Nov. 19, 20, and 21, under
Powewrs, '32, H. S. Rockwood, '34 the auspices of the journalism de-
C. 0. Rogers, '32, T. H. Roughley, partment. Newspaper iiuen from all
'33, Bruce S. Shannon, '33, Bert D. parts of the state will attend.
Schroeder, '33, "P. S. Smith, '33,
Gaylord L. Strehl, '31, L. 0. Wal-
ton, '33, Leo Weimer, '34, George
Winters, '34, R. A. Wurster, '33.
HELD IN NEW YORE iC
Aluimni, Friends Gather Before o You will get more out G
Prg cet noGme.your University cre
Princetn am' e E if yu are ale-to une
More than 225 alumni and peo-
ple interested in the University at-
tended an interstsing and well be-
haved alumn i smoker held Friday
night in New York, according to T.
Hawley Tapping, general secretary
of the alumni association.
Movietonies of last year's football
gam~es and the games this year
with Ohio and Illinois were shown
at the dinner. The speakers at the
banquet were Walter Trumbull,
New York columnist, Big Bill Ed-
wards, famouse Princeton athlete,
William S. Langford, well-known
football official and member of the
rules committee, Henry Hammiond,
'0$E, Michigan' athlete, and Field-
ing H. Yost, Director of Athletics
The Alumni headquarters, which
was maintained at the Princeton
Inn in Princeton on Saturday, was
the most successful ever' held, Tap-
ping said, with more alumni regis-
trations than ever before.
The total gas production in Ohio
in 1930 was 63,394,000,000 cubic feet. I
Fow yrc.veine e9f~ h
w I ur wotrs.cisw aea
A SK any girl you know to name her
favorite smoke-for men! Ten to
one she'll say a pipe!
She's discovered--trust her bright
little eyes-that it's the BIG men, on
the campus and off, who welcome the
and relaxation they tfo hsra
And if she's very F
wise in the ways of
smokers, she'll gof
one better than
that. Shell tell you a
the men who know,
smoke Edgeworth! She lilies a pipe-
No two ways for you l
about it, you do get a doubly, satisfy-
ing smoke when you fill up your pipe
with this famous old blend. It's a happy
combination of choice burleys - cut
long to' give you
a cool, slow-
And its mellow
flavor and rich
;. Edgeworth the
tobacco on 42
out of 50 cam-
A real man's smoke puses.
to a pipeful next time someone pulls
Edgeworth out of his pocket. Pick up
the familiar blue tin yourself at any
good tobacco stand. Or for a special
free sample packet write toLarus & Bro.
Co., 105 S. 22d St., Richmond, Va.
Edgeworth is a blend of fine old bres
with its natural savor enhanced by Edge.
and exclusive elev.
enth process. Buy "
where in two fortes '-dwrhey (
Rubdand Edge- tHRrD
worth Plug Slice. All RAD b~
sizes, 150 pocket ier
package to S$1.50
pound humidor tin.
J~u Ncl~ eaninlg we employ
only the most modern methods
of work euship...... ..
Even at ocur new' low prices' you
are assured of receiving the sam e
careful treatment which our cus-
tomers have been accustomed to
# f f y
Iiview of outr present prices we
hive not sacrified quality. there
is no attempt. past to get by.W
La idy& Dry Cleaning Co.
Mayna grd St,
609 Packard St.
all the campus
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