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wia-Statistics show that not one
of ten students in the university
from out of the state, while less
one per cent of the graduates are
ggners. 'Out of 4,249 students, 3,-
3re natives of the state.
rthwestern-At the time of the
t Northwestern circus a grossly
ational publication will appear
d the "Surkuss Solly." The motto
iis publication is, ,Truth First-
ry Later." All secrets concerning
inent characters on the campus
be disclosed at that time.
xas'-Chi Phi fraternity at the
ersity of Texas gave a novel
e. It was strictly a baby dance,
all the "babies" were required to,
down a long slide before enter-I
the room. The members of the
estra were dressed as children and
,haperones as nurses.

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WHATFARE ASTNEEDS
Miss Weithy Honsinger of New York
City, educator and traveler, who spoke]
at the Methodist church Sunday even-
ing, described conditions in the strick-
en areas in China and India and cer-,
tain devastated areas in Russia'
France and Belgium.
Miss Honsinger declared in an in-
terview afterwards that the principal
need of the afflicted people in the Far
East was education and transportation.
"For many years," stated Miss Hon-
singer, "the very ground that the Chi-
nese people live on has been known to
cpntain minerals such as copper and
coal, but the superstition of the peo-
ple has prevented the use of them.
Now when the people are no longer a
slave to that superstition they lack the
money and the transportation facilities
to mipe this."
Miss Honsinger declared that it is
the duty of University men and women
to lead the movement in co-operation
with the Chinese for the regeneration
of China. "There is at present a great
renaissance movement in China," she
stated. "Magazines and other litera-
ture is being brought to the Far East
and translated and the foreign peoples.
are receiving the benefit of that source
of enlightenment. The educated peo-
ples of the' world, particularly, must
push this movement along and work
for the betterment of the great eastern
peoples."
Want anything? If you want what
you want, when you want it, use a
Want Ad in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
IRUBE Y I

Orville Harrold, tenor soloist with
the Metropolitan Opera company, will
sing in the-opening concert of the May
Festival on Wednesday evening, May
18th.
Eight years ago Oscar Hammerstein.
first recognized the extraordinary pos-
sibilities of Mr. Harrold and engaged
him for grand opera at the Manhattan
Opera House. This tenor's work is
said to have,taken New York by storm.
Two years later his appearance in
London was equally successful. At
the present time he holds a place
among those in the highest rank of
opera singers.
His performance with the Chicago
Symphony orchestra, Frederick Stock
conducting, includes the singing of one
of Dvorak's most inspired overtures,
"Husitzka," Opus 67, a work in which
religion and patriotism mingle. An-
other interesting number will be the
symphonic poem, "Juventus," by de
Sabata. This program ends with the
playing of Dr. A. A. Stanley's "Chorus
Triomphalis," march-fantasia for or-
chestra, chorus, and organ, Opus 14.
This work will be played at the spe-
cial request of music lovers of Ann
Arbor.

sity students in various church con-
stituencies has increased 164 per cent
within the last decade, while the in-
crease in the attendance of the uni-
versity during that some length of
time is only 141 per cent, 23 per cent
less than that of the church constitu-
encies.' By church constituency is
meant those students who are mem-
bers of, or express their preference
for a certain church.
The Jewish constituency shows the
greatest percentage of growth. Dur-
ing the last 10 years -it has increased
633 per cent. The Catholic church is
second, having increased 200 per cent.
The- United Brethren and Methodist
churches are third and fourth, with in-
creases of 175 per cent and 169 per
cent respectively.
COMEDY CLUB WILL HOLD
TRYOUTS NEXT SATURDAY

FESTIVAL NOTES

O. S. U. STUDENTS
ARE CHURCH GOERS
Registration of Ohio State univer-

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Amateur Finishing
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Suits Made to Measure in our
own'Shop.

Spring tryouts for the Comedy club
will meet in University hall auditorium
next Saturday morning, from 9 to 11
o'clock.
Everyone interested in dramatics, in-
cluding those men who did not 'make
the club in January, is urged to try
out. Owing to the graduation of many
of the members in June, there will be
a number of vacancies, and the Comedy
=club 'furnishes opportunity for dra-
matic -practice.
All those intending to try out are
advised to prepare some short selec-
tion, otherwise the' committee will as-
sign something from which to read.
It is hoped that everyone possessing
dramatic talent will be present so that
there will be good material for next
year's annual play.
Try a Classified Ad for results.-Adv.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.

Where they all go

ADDRESS PHI BETA
AT WASRINTON "U"

of. Robert M. Wenley of the phil-
hy department, will leave for St.
s, Mo., next Thursday to deliver
hi Beta Kappa address at Wash-'
in university in that city.
ere will be no lectures in phil-
by 1 and 5h on Thursday, but-the
ons of course 1 will meet as usual.

Home-made Candies
and Box, Candies
Discount on Box Candlies.
218 S. MAIN STREET

Careful attention
Alterations,

paid

to

113 S. Main St.

1116 So. University Ave.
RE4
r 7fe Per fei l I uthpi Ce
Men-who know pipe satisfaction
r fi will tell you that they prefer
REPAbINOL to any other
mouthpiece because it has just
the right feel on the teeth.
REDMANOL is as transparent and beau-
tifulas amber; but stronger. Modern
science has made it tasteless and odorless.
. ,' Whether you are buying a cigarette
holder, a cigar holder, or a "jimmy" pipe,
ask your dealer' to show you one with a
REDMANOL bit.
All Shapes-AlI Prices
If your local dealer doesn't carry REDMANOL
pipes andholders send us his name and address.
Redmanol Chemical Products Co.
657 West 22nd Street

Second Floor

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Phone 166

and. satisfactory
to every custom-
e account b large

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Incorporated 1869
1 and Surplus, $025,000.00
Ces ..........$5,000,000.0O
North University Ave.
rest Cor. Main & Huron

No Wardrobe
Is Complete
Without One
The Priscilla Dean Tam,

ayingYour Own Way
You are interested in profitable work which will add in a
direct way to your college education.

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A good proposition for you selling brushes in your home
town or elsewhere during the summer months. Accepted ap-
plicants will be trained free before school is out-no time lost!
For further information write 1007 E. Huron or Call

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Thermos Bottles, Cameras
Sterno Stoves
Flashlights

1268 between 6:30 and 7:15 P. M

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White . . . Flannels

'THE EBERBACH & SON Co.
200 - -204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Like a long putt -that
goes straight home,
Coca-Cola reaches thirst
every time.
THE COCA-COLA COMPANY
ATLANTA, GA.

Spring parties are now coming on and
you will need Flannels.
We are showing a splendid assortment
of ,white flannel and black and white

stripe flannels .for your approval.

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Flowers of Quiality

Our Prices are Right.

213 EAST LIBERTY STREET
715 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

DOBBS' 1921 STRAWS

Open: for your inspection.

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PHONE 294F-1 F2

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WHY

DO YOU
SUPPOSE

SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL
COLLEGE GOODS AT,
DARLING & MALLEAUX

TINKER & COMPANY
Clothes, Furnis1ings and Hats
342 S. STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

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TUTTLE'S

ALWAYS

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224 - 226 S. State Street N

7.Nickels Arcade

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