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…SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 To Secure More Effective Prohibition Enforcement We print below the essay which won MILTON DREYFUSS imposed laws was naturally held in for Milton Dreyfuss the fourth prize more or less high repute. This con- in a national essay contest of which been proverbially hard upon the pea- government spy, the soldier's bayo- eption of government they brougt the Intercollegiate Prohibition Asso...…

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…VAUX TWU THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. WARC'?1, '21 PROHIBITION so effectively employed by the Pro-'- (Continued from Page One) hiitionists irior to the enactment Presidentia Proclamation, or plot- of the 18tht amendment ao again be aa effectively ause. The irect ela-I cat platform, or judicial decree. It ti etiwee aleoltol and prostitution, I / is the clea, definite, final determiina- crime, poverty, ill health dimitished O u u t m r ion of a ma...…

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…,U NDAY, 1 H "', £1 THE MICHIGAN DAILY fA*+tt4'4 OUR BANKS Are prepared to Help You Soilve Any of Your Financial Problems Farmers & Mechanics Bank 101-106 SOUTH MAIN 330 SOUTH STATE Frosted Windows IMLAC BOIE ERSE11'"P IN IliTOWN oli f tU) HAM A444J4; IM 11,ivs lki frozes freshtiess, Sonnet fromntte Pandtentonitns 1 ike wtitted tightls. 'then tanse a white stiletto neatit a!BtIomte. nmaer . rOf coalthttreadt ctoud; gents glitterett TI .) A...…

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…PAGE FOUR THE MICHIGAN DAiL, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 and sneak up to steal our wife and B ooks tapestries and gold drinking ces." Since I have fallen to quoting I SO BIG, By Edna Ferber. Doubleday, feel I must include that pungent com- Page, & Co. 1923. mnentary on the University, Miss Fer- When Edna Ferber wrote about her described two classes in the in- petticoat salesmanship she was amus -stitutions, the Classifieds and the Un- ing and w...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1924 THE MICHIGAN DAILYPG I1 The Reviewer Is Reveiwe&'Mr. Cowles on Mr. Le i.acock DOROTHY TYLER "A playerc shall cease to be an ama- anuscript; that at another point in THUE REVIEIVER,, one of those- lit- Gynt," which reveals Isei's humor teur by. . playing for a money prize his, dicours he mst rn his fingers erary quarterlies which pay 'in famse more fully than any other of his play, or gafe receipts:' through his scraggly ...…

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…k'Ate, THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 194 Divine Requiem, ('ome'. letis weep over His passng- NEWELL BEBOUT a finite world, enjoy ourselves antro- out; ('ant you not see that we are pomorhically? We are in distresso in iistress? c'n we now aspire? To God? Hle i wretched, for having nothing definite for an idol; Let ito weep! This Spiral into thenih called dead. We can as pire if at all, only( to wonder about, wenih wonder abot al D~yVI0AV...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 924 THE'MICHIGAN DAILY VAGe Vr been called a "golden rule," but "Que! remarkably pregnant statement: it. very happy and spiritual death, an All we hae gained then byouotr tout nest pas or qu 'on sit lure" means that man's natural activity is object for which we could rennciate unbelief 'T use this Christian doctrine one : sef-furtherance, not self-denial, and our bodies. Is-i Kingdom we eardI Is a life of doubt iversifid by fa...…

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…PA m PIG55T THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH 1G, 1924 Goldfarb Says:-- t: God disikea sin uthy did lie C cra e epotentialityforiti*i*4 Whether the gods created man or not i ertain that man created the gods. Is it fair that a Mexican bandit should look upon fornication as a pastime and apparently suffer no ill effects from it. while an honest yong ank clerk with ut a single fall frotm grace chalked up against lim should spent the rest of h...…

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