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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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nain open

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources ......... 6,000,000.1)
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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EDISON NOW HAS A9
NEW OUESTID0NA1IE
Latest Quiz Runs from Attar of Roses
to Location of Thyroid
Gland
TEST IS UNREPRESENTATIVE, .'
BIASED, SAYS UNIVERSITY MAN
Due to much publicity given the
original questionaire in -his famous
intelligence test recently made for
choosing applicants for employment in
his firm, Thomas A. Edison has pre-
pared a new list in which the follow-
ing are the general run of questions:
Where do we get most of our sap-

JUNIOR LIT DANCE
OPEN TO CAMPUS
To clear up all doubts concerning
those who are eligible to attend the
evening dance of the junior lits to be
held from 8 to 12 o'clock Saturday
night, May 21, in Barbour gymnasium,
the committe has announced that, al-
,though sponsored by the junior lits,
the affair will be open to the entire
campus. Two hundred tickets will be
sold and it is urged that junior lits
secure theirs early. They are on sale
at each of Graham's book stores and
also at Wahr's book store. The price
is $2 a couple.
It has -been decided to have the
party semi-formal as regards dress.
Sumner formal attire, white trousers
or tuxedos will. be optional for the
men.

St- Will Win

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TAKE HER FOR A RIDE
in one of our autos. She and,
auto livery service is so reason-
you will enjoy it amazingly as
you spin along the pleasant
highway. It will not besan ex-
pensive pleasure either. Our
able that one can indulge in the
pleasure frequently without fi-

CITY TAXI
PHONE 230

&E EBERBACH & SONCO.
00 - 204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

phires?
In what states do the Apache In-e
dians now live?t
In what country is Lake Lucerne?
What is the capital of Mississippi?
What are the special properties of
the metal magnesium?
What country manufactures the
most wine?
What country owns the island of
Madagascar?
Where is Madagascar situa ?
Where is the Corinth canal?-
Who owns the Suez canal?
What country built it, and what Was
the name of the engineer?1
What is the depth below sea level
of Death valley?
What is T. N. T.?
Who was Saladin?
Who was Marshall Field?
Who was Faber?
In what part of England was Shake$
speare born?1
What country produces most attar
of roses?
From what country do we import
most of our perfume?
What city has the finest harbor in
the world?
What is colloid? Give three exam-

Drugs

The Spotlight quartette has been se-
cured as entertainers in addition to
those provided by the orchestra. The
quartette will appear in a program,
of songs and novelty numbers.
HARDING ACCEPTS M 10BERSHIP
IN 11)NORARlY LAW FRATERNITY
President Harding has accepted the
invitation of Sigma Delta Kappa law
fraternity to honorary membership,
and will be initiated the latter part
of June in Washington by representa-
tives of the grand chapter of the fra-
ternity.
The invitation was extended through
the members of the national conven-
tion of Sigma Delta Kappa chapters'
which was held in Indianapolis last
week. President Harding's answer
reads as follows:
"I am glad to accept honorary mem-
bership in your fraternity. Please ex-
press my thanks and best wishes to
assembled members.
"WARREN G. HARDING."
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach 'the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-AdV.

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ANY shirts start offwell,but they can't stand
the gaff of a long race-the constant fric-
tion at the wrists, the neck, the waist, the
frequent trips to the tub. Eagle Shirts win because
the yarns in their quality fabrics have staying power.
They give great service per dollar. In buying shirts
as II everything else
Quality always pays

Toilet Articles

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Chemicals

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LOW HEEL WALKING

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Laboratory Supplies

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SHOES

The Turkish Ci arette

ples.
Where is the thyroid gland?
Carl R. Brown, of the psychology
department, when asked what he
thought of this test, said: "I believe
that this mental test is probably bi-
ased, and that it is not thoroughly rep-
resentative. It is a test on general
information and examines one as to
the extent of his store of facts on sub-
rjects of general information.,"
Gillespie, 'oL 'Gets
Circuit.Judgeship

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Sunday Dinner!
Try
Some of my meat
Specials!
Chickens!
Choice Pork Chops!
Veal Rosettes!
Sirloin Steaks!

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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-!

The great outdoor Walkover for Women.
Essentially a sport Shoe but worn by women
everywhere for city wear. Made with the new
Vamp Saddle patterns in black and brovwn calf.
PRICE $10.00

Glen C. Gillespie, '10L, has been ap-
pointed circuit judge of Oakdale coun-
ty by Governor Alex '. Groesbeck. He
will fill the vacancy caused by the
death of Judge K. P. Rockwell.
Judge Gillespie is 36 years of age,
was born insOakland county, and
opened a law office in Pontiac in Sep-
tember, 1910, following his graduation.
In 1912 he was appointed assistant
prosecuting attorney, and in 1916 was
elected prosecuting attorney, serving
'in that capacity until January 1, 1921.
'Since February of the present year he
has been director of the Department
of Law, City of Pontiac.
Freshmen Must Complete Exams
Freshmen were urged by Dr.. G. A.
May, director of Waterman gymna-
sium, to complete unfinished examina-
tions as soon as posible. A number
of men have not reported at the gym,
although the greater part of the work
has been completed.

THE
CENTURY MARKET
CALL 1091
QUICK SERVICE

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Tens of thousands of smokers
-tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this -
"Judge for Yourself-!"

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Money--The Sinews of Travel
Money gives strength for the journey and com-
fort by the way. If you use and recommend to
others.
AMERICAN
"A. B.. A." BANKERS CHEQUES
ASSOCIATION
You can rest assured as to the safety of your
money, and theirs.
Issued in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100 in convenient wallets.
ASK ABOUT THEM

We are showing the finest line of Straw Hats
in the city at the right prices. Before buying
your Straw Hat give Corbett the once-over and
you will have no regrets afterwards.
We are also showing the biggest line of the
new Brown Herringbone Suits at popular prices.
The Fitform make of suits are real young men's
- Built to fit - Guaranteed to wear and give

Satisfaction. Pure all wool garments.

TOM CORBETT
116 EAST LIBERTY STREET

FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
NICKELS ARCADE MAIN AND HURON STS.

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Clothes are Sold

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