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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

The urkih Oarette

We go 6000 miles for the
Turkish tobacco
used in Murad-Why?
-Because--Turkish has a taste--Turkish has a
mildness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure.
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts-Facts-FACTS-!

INSTITUTIONS OFFER
MINNINGIELLOWSKIPS'
Four research fellowships in min-
ing, ceramic and metallurgical re-
search at the value of $900 each per
year beginning July 1, 1921, are being
offered for research in the college of
mines, University of Washington, and
the Northwest Experiment station, U.
S. Bureau of Mines, Seattle, Wash., ac-
cording to a letter recently received
by Shirley W. Smith, secretary of the
University.
This offer has for its purposes an
attempt at the solution of various
problems being studied by the United
States Bureau of Mines that are of
especial importance to the state of
Washington, the Pacific northwest and
Alaska.
Applicants must send a copy of their
collegiate records from the registrar's
office of the college from which they
are to graduate. Applications must be
received not later than June 1, and
should be addressed to the Dean, Col-
lege of Mines, Seattle, Wash.
FORMER SCHOOL OF MUSIC MAN
ARRIVES IN N. YL FROM PARIS
Fiske C. Church, baritone soloist of
the American church at Paris, France,
arrived in New York April 8 on the
steamer Aquitania and since that time
has been visiting friends in that city.
Mr. Church is a former student of the
University School of Music and when
in Ann Arbor he studied under Theo-
dore Harrison and Nora Crane Hunt.
After a brief visit with his friends
he will sail for Paris where he-intends
to give a recital on June 24.
Local Concern Authorizes Bond Issue
The Produiction Foundries company
of Ann Arbor has authorized the issue
of $100,000 ' of debenture bonds, con-
vertible into common stock of the
company at the option of the holder.
The, stock of the foundry has been
closely held by business men of Ann
Arbor and Detroit.
1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c per
pound. Three jars Prune, Fruit Jam,,
$1.00. Schultz Grocery, State St.-Advy
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Managing editors and business
managers of The Michigan Daily,
Michiganensian, Gargoyle, Chimes,
Students' Directory, Athletic pro-
gram, and the managing editor of
the Wolverine, and any other pub-
lication officers needed, will be
appointed for the ensuing year by
the Board in Control of Student
Publications on Saturday, April 30,
1921.
Applications, in writing, for any
of these positions should be filed
with Miss Allen at the Board in
Control office in the Press build-
ing, not later than Thursday, April
28. Such application should con-
tain a statement of the candidate's
previous experience, his special
qualifications, and any other facts
which might have some bearing
upon his candidacy.
E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager of the Board in
Control of Student Publications.

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FESTIVAL NOTES
Arthur Middleton, .one of the best
known concert and oratorio singers
in America, will sing the two roles of
Amanasro and Ramphis at the per-
formance of Verdi's "Aida" on Satur-
day night of the festival week.
It was while singing in Utica, N. Y.,
in the concert form of "Aida" that the
operatic possibilities of Mr. Middle
ton's voice were brought to the atten-
tion 'of Mme. France Alda, wife of
Giulio Gatti-Casazza, general managerl
of the Metropolitan Opera company.
It was arranged that he should sing
before the directorate of the company,
and, after doing so, was at once en-
gaged.
His opera repertoire includes Aida,
Parsival, Lohengrin, FidelQ, Carmen,
Rheingold, Euryanthe, Faust,' Martha,
and Der Freischutz. The fact that this
bass-baritone sings more than 50
oratorios without notes shows the
wonderful musical meniory which he
has. His popularity is shown by the
fact that he has appeared over 200
times in the Messiah Wand 150 times in
the Elijah.
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Men who know pipe satisfaction
will tell you that they prefer
REDMANOL to any other
mouthpiece because it has just
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REDM dNOLis as transparent and beau-
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science has made it tasteless and odorless.
Y Whether you are buying a cigarette
holder, a cigar holder, or a' jimmy" pipe,
ask your dealer to show you one with a
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All Shapes-All Prices
If your local dealer doesn't carry REDMANOL
pipes and holders send us his name and address.
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Evanston-Chicago
SUMMER SESSION
On the Shore of Lake Michigan
The University Campus (a half-hour's ride
north of the city of Chicago) extends for
nearly a mile along the shore of Lake Mich-
igan. Boating available, bathing beaches
right on the Campus, tennis courts and
gymnasium near. Dormitories for me,
and women. Organized excursions to inter-
esting points in and near Chicago, and lake
trips toother cities on Lake Michigan. Lec-
tures, concerts, recitals and dramatic per-
formnances on the Campus.
THE COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS-Courses
leading to B.S. and B.A. degrees. Regular
college subjects including courses in Zoology,
Chemistry and £'yse for pre-medical stu-
dents. Nine semester hours of credit obtain-
able. Eight weeks' course.
THE SCHOOL OF COMMERCE-Courses
leading to the degrees Bachelor of Science in,
Commerce Materof Business Administrati~n
and Certified Public Accountant. Courses in
Accountiun.!Advertising, Finance, Business
Organization, Sales Management, Factory
Management etc. Special trips of inspection
to factories, banks and stores in Chicago. Nine
semester hours of credit obtainable. Eight
weeks' course.z
THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION-Courses
leading to B.S., B.A.,M.A.,and Ph.D.degrees,
'with special iploma in l~ducatin. Profes-
sional courses for high school teachers,.el -
irentaryteachers, city superintendents, high
school principals, professors of Education in
normal schools and colleges, and educational
leaders. Nine semester hours of credit ob-
tainable. Eight weeks' course.
TIlE LAW SCHOOL - John H. Wigmore,
Dean. Classes conducted in the city of Chi-
cago. Courses leading to the degres of Juris
Doctor and LL.Bt Summer Faculty contains
udg'!s of ,state supreme courts of Illinois,
North Dakota, Mississippi and Washington.
Fourteen hours of credit obtainable. Ten
weeks' course.1
THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC-Peter C. DLtkin
Dean. Courses in Public School Music and
P'iano Normal Methods with demonstration
classes. Private instruction in Piano, Voice,
Organ, Violin Cello; class instruction in Har-
nony, Musical Analysis, Ear-Training, Solfeg-
gio. Six weeks' pourse.
THE SCHOOL OF ORATORY - Ral ph B.
Dennis, Director. Courses leading to B.i . and
13.A, degrees, or diplomas in Oratory. Class
work and private instruction for teachers of
Public Speaking for teachers of English and
for professional and amateur readers and
speakers who want greater platform skill and
power. Courses in Debate and Public Speak-
ing for college students. Ten hours of credit
obtainable. Eight weeks' course.
THE GRADUATE SCHOOL-Courses leading
to M.A. and Ph. D. degrees. Unusual library
facilities in Evanston and Chicago. Nine hours
of credit obtainable.
(ourses open Monday, Jun. 27,t1921.
Ford' book of Campus views and detailed
description of courses address
"'ALTER DILL SCOTT, President
g 7 University Hall, Evanston, Illinois
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