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May 05, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-05-05

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ILECT BUNDLESTOA I I

PROF. HUMPHREYS VISITING week visiting several high schools of to each high school in th
HIGH SCHOOLS THIS WEEK the slate, including Battle Creek and least once every three year
Jackson, for the purpose of examining that teaching methods may
them for University certification. It is wised and that the Univers.
Prof. Wilbur R. Humphreys, of the the custom of the Department of Edu- satisfied that the schools a
English department, is spending the cation to send a member of the faculty their work up to standard.

W HATS

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STUDENTS AND
ASKED TOv
CAST-OFF

TOWN SPEOPILE
CONTRIBUTE
CLOTHES

With acknowledgments to K. C,

NNETS

SPLITS

'0

:OKS PANAMAS

$3.50 and up

Wcqdhams & Co.

In accordance with a decree of Con-
gress designating today as "Bundle
Day" for the relief of destitute Armen-
ians, it is asked by the local commit-
tee that all'old clothing be 'bundled
and taken to the station in McMillan
hall, on State street, across from the
Ann Arbor high school.
Countless men, women and children
in the Near East are destitute of cloth-
ing, and thousands have no covering
whatever save the thinnest rags. The
need is so urgent that Near East Re-
lief, the American organization incor-'
porated by Congress to administer re-
lief in this area, is making a national
drive to secure for these people Amer-
ican cast-off garments which mean lit-
tle or nothing to us, but much to them.
The intensive period of the cam-
paign will be but a single day and
will be conducted simultaneously in
practically every state in the Union.
Bundle stations will be open for 12
hours, between the hours of 9 a. m. and'
9 p. m. In this way it is hoped to
secure the co-operation of every per-
son in the community. The city cam-
paign is under the control of the W.
C. T. U. of Ann -Arbor.
COOLEY SPEAKS AT
ALUMNI BANQUETI

to 9 '

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State

Hemvy even qcarres
ma'tches now

Str eet

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JIowersfor
CUT FLOWERS{
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IN VARIETY

Corsages'
Plants.

Grand Rapids' alumni of the Univer-
sity held their annual meeting last
Thursday night at the Peninsular club
of that city. More than 200 former
students of the University attended the
5affair.
! Mortimer E. Cooley, dean of the
-!engineering college, was the principal
speaker of the evening. In referring
to the revision of the curricula of the
institution to meet the practical needs
of business he stated that, "We have
found that business men are complain-
ing because our students go forth de-
ficent in their education on account
of the college having held too strictly
to specific lines and we are going to
give them studies embracing a wider
and more general scope, especially in
the technical department." Henry M.
SBates, dean of the law school, who was
also to have spoken, was unable to be
" present. Lawrence W. Smith, of Grand
S Rapids, acted as toastmaster.
, Officers for the ensuing year were
elected and are as follows: President,
John Arthur Whitworth; vice-presi-
dent, Joseph R. Gillard; secretary, E.
E. More; treasurer, Colin P. Campbell.
N. Y. Alumni Publication Issued
"The Gothamite," official publication
of the University ,of Michigan club of
New York, in its recently issued April
number, contains accounts of the ac-
tivities o4 prominent Michigan gradu-
ates and general news concerning the
campus. An editorial contains a sur-
vey of the high spots in Michigan's
career and that of her illustrious
alumni and urges a campaign of ad-
vertising on the part of all loyal grad-
uates.

HENRY WAS "near."
* * *
IN OTHER words, tight.
HE CARRIED two packs.
OF CIGARETTES.
ONE FOR friend Henry.
* * *
FULL OF "Satisfys."
. * * *'
AND THE other containing.
JUST ONE cigarette.
* * *
AND THAT lone cigarette.
WAS ALWAYS offered.
* * *
TO SMOKELESS friends.
WHO WERE all polite.
AND REFUSED to take it.
AND SOMEHOW Henry.
WAS NOT popular.
* * *
TILL ONE day by mistake.
HE PULLED the full pack.
AND EV ERYON E fell' on it.
WITH LOUD cries of glee.
HIS STRONG constitution.
* * *
CARRIED HENRY through.
AND DAY by day. -
HE GREW more popular.
* * *
AND HENRY knew why.
FOR H E'S nobody's dummy.
* * .
AND NOWADAYS he not only,
* * *
CARRIES THE cigarettes.
THAT SATISFY.
* * *
BUT FORCES 'em on, people.
GIVES AWAY packs o>''em.
AND, SHUCKS.
,HENRY COUOLD run fnr Mayor.
AND GET away with it. now,

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Delivered
Anywhere

Air- ight Tins of 50
Ask your dealer to show
you the new vacuum2-
sealed tins of 50.Chester-
fields. A compact, con-.
venient and absolutely
AIR -TIG HT7'packing-
the cigarettes kee~p fresh
indefinitely.

IV 'u,
thin,

reid
-n to~
ey'1l
ournd

in this wonder
Domestic blend
that by com
'way V olt of its
and i's. "They Sa

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Direct W. U, Wire
From
BLuMAIZE
BL~OSSOM

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Use Classified advertising and sell
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CHUMACHER HARoWARE COMPANY.1

308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STRUT

A STORE 'OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

GHELER UP

frIOTIIM

RIDS and SAVE

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WITH A BOX OF OUR DELICIOUS
Betsy Ross Chocolates
APPROPRIATELY PACKED IN FANCY
BASKETS THAT WILL BE USEFUL RE-
MINDERS FOR ALL TIME

You can't walk as cheaply as you can ride a Bicycle.

You can't buy carfare as cheaply as you can ride a Bicycle-figuring
the time you save.
So, on a strict dollar-and-c ns, bads-4isregarding the sport, the con-
venience, the healthfulness of Bydi g-buya Bicycle as a good investment.

PRICES FROM $1-00 TO $1500

DROP IN & PICK OUT A BOX TODAY
PACKED, WRAPPED AND MAILED WITHOUT
TROUBLE TO ~OU

RIDE AND SAVE - "DO IT WITH A BICYCLE"

*1

Bring the Children to our New Second Floor Children's Vehicle De
partment - the largest, roomiest, and best. - Here you will find Kiddie
Kars, Scudder Kars, Automobiles, Velocipides, Shooflys, Rockin Horses,
Baby Walkers, Wheelbarrows, Scooters, Pedi-Kars, Giryd s, Boycycles.

B etsy

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BRING T.E CHILDREN

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