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WHA'S GOING ON

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L CLUB BRINGS
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author of the
for the settlement
ion in this coun-
"What Shall We
ys" Monday even-
Natural Science

ss will be under the au-
aMichigan Students' Lib-
nd will be open to the
.ehood, or Plumb plan,
ilroad emplyes are still
despite the return of the
der the Esch-Cummins
,ive the railroad' workers
the management of the
share in the receipts.
imely issue has ever been
>re Michigan students,"
I Guenther, president of
:ub, in announcing Mr.
"agement*to speak;here.
is reputed to be a vigor-
and it is certain that he
point of view that must
with.
the address there will be
vr. Plumb's honor at the
on Monday evening.

SUNDAY
12:00-leeting of Discussion Group
of students led by Prof. Hugh Cabot
in Congregational church. Topic:
"Religion' and Evolution."
4:30-Congregational Students' club
meets in Congregational church.
Welsh choir will sing.
6:30-Christiiui Endeavor meets in
Presbyterian church. Professor Hen-
derson will speak on ,"Modern
Problems of the Church."
6:30-Unitarian Guild Forum, illus-
trated lecture on "Aerial Photo-
graphy," by Theodore Williams of
Detroit.
6:30-Wesleyan guild meets with Mar-
garet Kraus as leader. A social half
hour will immediately precede.s
MONDAY
3:15-Senior engineers' hatting prae-
tice. Game -with. junior lits called
at 3:45.
7:00-11 Circolo D'Annunzlo meets in
the Cercle Francais rooms, Mason
hall.
TUESDAY
4:00 - New Comedy club members
meet in room ,205, Mason hall.
7:00-Kalamazoo Normal club meet
in Lane hall.
7:00--Freshman band meets in Uni-
versity hall.
7:1--Pennsylvania club meets in Un-
ion.
7*:30-IC"higan Dames meet in Lane
hail. A "pot luck supper" will be
served. Those who attend are,-re-
quested to bring their own knife,
fork, spoon, cup ,and plate.
7:30~-Comedy club meets In Sarah
Caswell Angell all. Election of
officers.

of the station and talks by staff
members.I
A. Herman,,21L, addresses Intereol-
legiate Socialist society at 8 o'clock
Tuesday in room P.162.N., S.
ITALIAN CLUB WILL ELECT
OFFICERS AT TUESDAY MEET
Il Circolo D'Annunzio, the Italian
club, will meet Tuesday evening at 7
o'clock in the Cercle Francaise room,
Mason hall, for the election of officers
for the nett semester.
On accoun of the May festival the
regular meeting has been changed
from Wednesday to Tuesday evening.
This will be the final meeting of the
club for the year.
Flying daily at Carpenter's Crossing,
Packard Road. Take Ypsi car. Call
236.-Adv.

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The distinguishing feature of this suit is the
"hinge principle of the sleeves that instantly
expand to any demand made upon them, revert-
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cleverly hidden pleats automatically opening
and closing. No binding of. coat across shoul-
dlers to prevent getting full distance and an easy
"follow through."
Many will order both trousers and kickers,
thus providing practically two suits - one for
golf, the other for general outing wear.
These garments are manufactured in our own
shop and are carefully fitted before being com-
pleted.
You may choose from any one of 50 imported
scotch patterns; that are guaranteed to be pure
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Scotland.
It takes time to produce these garments and
we advise you to place your order now.

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first; third, Phillips (C).
5 feet, 6 inches. 120 high
won .by Beardsley (M); sec-
nne (M) ; third, Hall (C).
_6 seconds. Discus, won by
(C); second, Baker (M);
unne (M). Distance, 123 feet,
s.
riife run, won by Otis (C) ; sec-
"nard "M)*; third, Dooley (M).
0:03. 220 yard low hurdles,
Hall (C); second, Beardsley,
.rd, Dunne (M). Time, 25 2-5
Half mile, won by Speer
cond, Burkholder (M); third,
(M). Time_ 2:01 2-5. Ham-
w, won by Higgins (C)H; sec
pe (M); third, Dunne (M).
132 feet, 5 inches. Javelin
von by Hoffman (M); second,
(M); third, McWilliams (C).
142 feet, 9 inches.
RLAND VOTES WHETHER
JOIN LEAGUE O14 NATIONS
May 15.-The referendum to
vhether Switzerland shall be-
nember of the League of Na-
gan this evening. The polls
open from 6 to 8 tpnight and
in the morning until 2. The
results will not be known
nLay evening. The vote is'ex-
be close.
PROPOSES ARMISTICE
WEEN JAPAN AND SERBIA
ostok, May 1d.-The Russian
government has proposed an
e between the Japanese and
, according to a dispatch from
Establishment of a neutral
ween the Japanese and Rus-
ces is necessary to help the
people.
TION INTRODUCED TO
ECOGNIZE IRISH REPUBLIC
ngton, May -15.-Representa-
on, Republican of Illinois, in-
a resolution urging Presi-
ison to recognize the Irish
and assuring him that con-
ly awaited his action before
g funds for beginning diplo-
lations with Russia.
OF WALES
THROWN FROM HORSE
Church, New Zealand, May
Prince of Wales was thrown
orse today at the horse race
rton. The prince was not in-
>u a true Michigan Man? If
in touch with all the teams,
and abroad by reading The
eh morning.-Adv.

7 -B 0. T. C. elub meets in room
325 of the Union.
U-NOTICES
art exhibition open daily from 2 to
5 o'clock at 'Memorial hall. 1
There will be a meeting of the men
that were taken into Sphinx and
Triangles at the recent initiations
at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morning at
the Union. All Sphinx and Trian-
gle neophytes will meet there at 11
All former students who have signed
up to attend the coming biological
session or' are interested in learning
more about the coming 'session are
urged to be present at a meeting at
8 o'clock Wednesday in room 2P1 of
the Natural Science puilding. Views

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204 Houston St.,
Fo t Worth, Texas.

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We have a big display of the
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CALABASH
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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every'custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arlo Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $600,000.00
Resources, $4,740,000.00

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Candy
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Men-Hats are high; your last
seasodn's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and "save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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SOUP
Willits' Best
Wafers

MILANE
TURIN
LUCERNE
MOROCCO
WINDSOR

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TRIANGLE.
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Js a Pleasure
even on. the hottest summer
day when you employ elec-
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electrical way is the easiest,
most satisfying, and least ex-
pensive.
Our irons, toasters and washers
are of high standard and are
kept in repair as long as you
use them.

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A FEW
PRIVATE LESSONS
AT THE
SCHOOL OF DANCING
WITH EITHER
MISS JEANETTE KRUSZKA
or
PHILIP RAE MILLER, '23
will prepare you forĀ°Spring
' Activities
STUDIO:
514 E. William Street
Phone I 422-J

Combination Salad
Sliced Tomato and Head Lettuce
Roast Sirloin of Beef
Brown Gravy
Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuit'
Early June Peas
Mashed Potatoes
"DESSERT
Iuckleberry Pie
Strawberry Short Cake'
Vanilla Ice Cream

GUARANTEED

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to suit the most exacting taste
will be found in our aksortment
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Tea

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Milk

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and talk it over.
CITY CIGAR
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.A ia Carte Service, 5 to 7 P. M.
WILLITS CAFE
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Phone 173

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1 Union (300)
en's Chorus 500

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