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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Fo Seniors
From New York Alumni
e can helpyou socially, to
d. a suitable home, anal in
siness, if you will make
urself known to us prompt-
on arrival in New York.
you will seek a position,
ng a University reference.
of M, Club of N.Y
Pres : C. A. Riegelman, '99
44 Cedar St., Tel. John 972
Se'y: $. F. A. Stone, '12
Si Fulton St., Tel. Beekman, 4225
The folks at home
will appreciate
Ietsy Ross
We wrap and mail.
boxes anywhere
Leave your order early
THE
etsy Ross Shop
600 E. Liberty St.

T THE
)Iajestic-'
trcade--I~
.Corner In
)rpheum
le Race."

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THEATERS
TODAY s
"The Hypocrites."
arguerite Snow in *
n Cotton."
- Victor Moore in *
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At the Majestic
"Hypocrites," which is at the Ma-
jestic Thursday and Friday, is a beau-
tifully presented film story, staged for
the most part out of doors in wonder-
fully leafy woodland. The piece por-
trays True h holding up the mirror and
revealing the immorality, vanity, and
deceit thathypocrites coverrwith
cloaks of charity, modesty, religion
and love.
WHAT IS THE BET FORM
OF POLIY T'
This is a question frequently asked
us. Our answer is "The form which
will satisfy you ten, twenty, thirty
years hence as completely as it does
today."
If a general statement is required,
we would say that fifty-one years' ob-
servation of the practical working out
of insurance convinces us that the
policy which covers the most needs
in the largest number of cases, and
covers them to the greatest satisfac-
tion of the insured, is a policy that
protects the whole period of the in-
sured's expected career and then be-
comes payable to him for its face val-
ue in cash should he survive that
period.
The premium for such a policy in
The Provident Life and Trust com-
pany is for the younger ages actually
less than the premium usually charged
for an Ordinary Life policy.
Such a policy can also be written
upon the Twenty Payment Plan, in
which case the premium charged by
the Provident will for the younger
ages beactually less than the premi-
um usually charged for a Twenty
Payment Life policy.
Not only does this policy give all
the protection of a life policy, but
should the insured survive, it abso-
lutely guarantees the payment of the
policy upon the stipulated date, thus
entirely eliminating any question of
estimate as to when the policy shall
mature.
It is entirely business-like in that
it meets the convenience of the in-
sured as shown by experience, and
when examined from the point of view
of cost, it will be found that the re-
sults are exceedingly advantageous
and attractive.
Why not talk it over with HARRY
BACHER? 516 E. Madison street,
phone 735-M. j8,9.10
Is it worth fifty cents to walk down
town? Then come down to Davis' and
save fifty cents on a suit o~ underwear.
119 S. Main St. j8
Regatta Ball at Armory, Friday,
June 9. Tickets at Busy Bee. J8,9

STRIKING COLLECTION OF
.URNS 'IN MEMORIAL HLL~
Ancient Roman Funeral Jars of Many
Sizes Kept in Prof. F. W.
Kelsey's Office
A striking collection of antique Ro-;
man funeral urns are owned by the
university and kept in Prof. F. W.
Kelsey's office in Alumni Memorial
hall.
This collection consists of urns
ranging from about the size of a small
water pitcher to a large house shaped
jar weighing perhaps 150 pounds. One
of the urns, which is shaped like a
large water jar, contains human bones
of either a boy of 14 years of age or
of a woman. The bones, which are
the remnants of the crematory pro-
cess used by the ancient Romans, have
beenanalyzed by Dr. G L.Streeter,
formerly professor of anatomy at the
university, with the above result.
Another of the urns is inscriled with
the name of Marcus Aulis Secundus.
It was buried on the date of December
13, 32 A. D., one. year before Christ's
crucifixion. This urn is about a foot
in height.
Perhaps the most interesting of the
urns from a purely artistic standpoint
is the Etruscan sarcophagus, with a
relief representing the combat between
Eteocles and Polynices. The urn is
light gray in color, with the helmet
and trappings of Eteocles painted red.
The helmet of Polynices is stained
blue.
Another vase which shows the fashion
of the times is the house shaped urn
chiseled from solid stone, with a roof
shaped top. This urn is about two
feet and a half in height and is very
heavy.
Grolvth of Camp
Davis is Rapid
Recet Improvements Have Made Camp
Pleasure Place as Well
as Training Ground
In the early fall of 1907 Henry W.
Bogardus, an old Michigan lumber-
man, offered the representatives of
the University of Michigan 1,500 acres
of woodland on the shores of Lake
Douglas in the northern tip of the
the Lower Peninsula in return for a
small payment and a promise that the
applies to the biological camp on the
uated in connection with the land.
Thus it was that tents were first
pitched on 'State Street" in the sum-
mer of 1908 and Camp Davis became
the permanent base for the summer
operations of the transit crews. The
original name "Camp Bogardus" now
aplies to the biological camp on the
same grounds. Camp Davis is named
in honor of Professor-Emeritus J. B.
Davis of the department of surveying
who was at the head of the depart-
ment from 1872 until he retired in
1911 to be replaced by Professor C.
T. Johnston, the present professor of
surveying.
Since 1908 there have been a great
many chapters written in the history
of Camp Davis. The University of
Michigan has purchased 1,500 acres in
addition to the original number. The
tents are being replaced by buildings
with steel sides and roofs and with
concrete flooring. A perment kitchen
has been built and equipped with mod-
ern conveniences. Complete electric
light and water systems are kept in

operation by the camp power house
and a modern seweragesand drainage
equipment has been, installed.
The University Health service sends
a representative to camp every sum-
mer. Dr. C. B. Stouffer has been the
camp physician for severalyears but
Dr.~ C. P. Drury will take the trip
this year.
Extensive plans have been made
for future improvements. This sum-
mer a 35-foot launch will be placed
afloat on Burt Lake, thus giving the
engineers over 150 miles of lakes and
rivers over which surveying opera-
tions can be extended. In the near
future a motor tractor will be pur-
chased to carry passengers and bag-
gage to and from the boat at Burt
Lake and the railway stations at
Topinabee and Pelston.
Some day a volume of Camp Davis
history and stories of camp life will
be published but until then you must
talk to a "Camp Alumnus" if you
would know the joys of the big woods,
or better still, visit the wigwam at
Lake Douglas and learn for yourself
why the boys dream of the campfire,
the plunge in the clear, cool waters of
the lake, and learn to swear by camp
"grub.'
May Festival Artists make Victor
Records. Schaeberle & Son. tf

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ANNOUNCE DENT EXAM LIST

Firstha,(r Men
9; Lust Test

(let ~ o !soluyi June

o'clock, June 12; dental surgery, 1:30
o'clock, June 12; pathology, 8:00
o'clock, June 13; porcelain, 1:30
o'clock, June 13; operative principles,
8:00 o'clock, June 14; therapeutics,
8:00 o'clock, June 15.
Ladies-Have you looked over the
Sport Oxford's at the Walk-Over Boot
Shop, Main street? White duck, tan
leather trimmed, rubber soles and
heels. Price; $3.50. j8,9,10

Students taiying for summer school A drop of flavor is a small thing,
w4o desire to work on the editorial but it makes a great difference in the
staff of the Wolverine call Verne Bur- taste of ice cream or ices. That is
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nothing but pure Jersey cream, flav-
Buy your calling cards at Shee- ored with pure fruit juice is ever used
han's. tf in the making. Bloomfield's. j8

The schedule for examinations in the
Dental college has been announced
and is as follows:
First year: Histology, 1:00 o'clock,
June 9; qualitative chemistry, 1:00
o'clock. June 10.
Second year: Materia medica, 8:00
o'clock, June 12; pathology, 1:30
o'clock, June 12; dental anatomy, 8:00
o'clock, June 13.
Third year: Oral surgery, 8:00

Summer classes in business
stenography will commence July
Enroll now. Hamilton Business
lege, State and William

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At Granger's-Regular assemblies
will be held at Granger's every Wed-
nesday and Saturday evening up to
and including June 24.
Call 830 for saddle ponies. tf

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