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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FEW AUTHORS

Beginning

Mon.,

June

2

BOOKS AR

Y

UDED IN

THIS SALE
Bennett
Beach
Conrad
Chambers
Dickens
Doyle
gipling
London,
Leacock
Locke
O'Henry
Poole
Porter
Riley
Stevenson
Service
Twain
Thackery
Wells

we are offering our entire stock of

VISIT
OUR
SALE
AND
SECURE
THE BEST

Books,

Stationery

and

SECURE A
SUPPLY OF
STATIONERY
AT THIS
UNUSUAL
OPPORTUNITY

A FEW
MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLES ALSO
INCLUDED IN
THIS SALE
M Scrap ,Books
M Book Racks
College Jewelry
"eather Nate Books
Tennis Rackets
Chess ,Sets
Golf Gods
Leather Novelties
Dictionaries
Tourist Tablets
Card Sets
Poker Chips
Pocket Books
Movie Rolls
Boston Bags
. Stationery
Wards 'ine a Day

MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES

at greatly

Reduced Prices

Terms Cash

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NEW LOCATION
822 S. STATE ST.
1 Door North of
Calkins Drug Store

We expect to move on or about
-JULY 25-
and will be pleased to serve you with
a complete line of
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NEW LOCATION
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greater safety results. However, be-
fore flying will become a common
thing, landing places must be secur-
ed, for this is the greatest necessity
for airplane travel. At first it will
be afad, indulged in by the rich as
was done in the case of the automo-
bile, but the time will come when air
transportation will be as common as
travel by auto."

subscription list was closed. Sub-
scribers will have to pay $1.60 in ad-
dition to their $1 deposit, and cash
sales will be made for $3.50 per book,
the usual price.
There will be more pages and illus-

trations In the 919 book tha ever be-
fore. It is about a third again.as large
as any Michiganensian hitherto pub-
lished.
etudents read ' 'he Dally.v

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SUCCESS OF, NC-4 FLIGHT,
OF EPOCHAL IMPORTANCE
PROF. PAWLOWSKI SAYS EVENT
INSURES PRACTIBILITY OF
AIRPLANE
"People who ridicule the trans-At-
lantic flight of the NC-4 and do not
believe it proves the practibility of
the airplane, show lack of vision and
ignorance," said Prof.' E. L. Pawlow-
ski of the engineering college.
"The event is one of the epochal im-
portance. It has been only a few
years since the airplane was invent-
ted and yet it has accomplished this
marvelous feat. A much longer time
elapsed between the invention of the
steamboat and before crossing the
ocean by one, and when 'it did reach
the European side of the Atlantic, the
ship had done so with the help of
sails, for' only about 18 miles of the
distance was traversed under steam
power," continued Professor Pawlow-
ski.
Airplane Develops Rapidly
"In a short period the airplane has
been developed to greater perfection
than any of the other transportation
inventions in the same amount of
time. The, same people who ridicule
the flight of the NC-4, also laughed at
the flight across the English channel of
an airplane only nine years ago."
Professor Pawlowski then went on
to tell of the future of the airplane.
"Of course the NC-4 was especially
built for the flight, but it will not be
long until a trip across the Atlantic
by airplane is a common thing. The
present one, in a way, came as a result
of improvements made during the war
and these are bound to continue."
Only Safe Method for Speed
"I look for flying to become ,a com-
mon method of transportation, prin-
cipally because it is the only method
of travel by which safety increases in
the greater speed. As one journeys
on the train or by auto, the chances of
aidentAi minnv but in an aian

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LAS IFIE
ADVERTI SI N G

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The May number of the Inlander,
which will appear on the campus this
week, will probably be the last ap-
pearance of this magazine. This
number contains 36 pafes of interest-
ing material, including two articles,
one of them illustrated, and three un-
usual short stories.
"The Old Houses of Ann Arbor,"
is the title of an essay by Prof.
Fiske Kimball, acting head of the fine
arts department. Students who have
heard Professor Kimball lecture on
this subject will want a copy of this
article and the photographs which ac-
company it.
In an illuminating discussion, Earl
F. Boxell, '21, has attempted a so-
lution of what he terms "The Michi-
gan Union Question." His treatment
.of this subjebt is fair and impar-
tial, and is consistently loyal to what
he considers the best interests of the
Union and the University. Those stu-
dents whose attitude toward the
Union has been habitually and un-
reasonably antagonistic will find this
article worth reading, and it should
clear up in their minds any misun-
derstanding as to the aim and pur-
pose of the greatest of Michigan's stu-
dent organizations.
The 1919 Michiganensian will be put
on sale on the campus Wednesday or
Thursday morning.
The last shipment of pages was sent
to the binders in Detroit yesterday via
motor truck, where the binding work
will be rushed.
Booths will be open in campus build-
ings to enable students to secure their
books at the earliest possible moment.
Subscribers wil be given first choice,
and cash sales will be limited. Those
who wish their books will have to
secure th m early, according to the
business tanager, J. Duncan Camer-
on, '19, because there has been an ex-
entinnal demand for bnoks sinee the

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sitting at the table. How
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Maybe it is an evening
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