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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ulcers for next year con-
def business of the meet-
>smopolitan club whichI
night in University hall.
22, was elected president
>r the ensuing year and
men were elected to the
ctors: E. M. Beresford,
baugh, '22, Namio Ohto-
H. Lii, '22E, Prof. A. W.'
physics department, Prof.
er, of the German depart-
arold R. Chapman, and

The proposed institution of higher
learning would be located in Northern
Florida, and definite plans for its
establishment there have been made, it
was asserted by Mrs. O'Hare, who said
the plans were drawn up by herself
and co-workers, with Debs in the At-
lanta prison, where they visited him
just before coming here.
Students will have to earn their way
through the college by manual labor,
giving over their afternoons.
SCIENTIFIC FRATERNITY TO
WELCOME 56 NEW MEMBERS i

YEAR ANTICIPATED-
Professor Friday Says Profits Will
Not Be as Small as
in 1915
TELLS OF CONDITIONS IN
JUNE REVIEW OF REVIEWS

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ting of the club will be
bt in room 302 of Uni-'
which time the plans
he new officers will be
e members of the club

EGE INI
[AY BE FORMED

Sigma Xi, national honorary scien-
tific fraternity, will initiate 56 men, in-
cluding one faculty member, 25 gradu-
ate students and 30 seniors, with an
annual banquet at 6:15 o'clock this
evening at the Union.
Prof. John C. Parker, of the electri-
cal engineering department, retiring
president of the Michigan Chapter, will
speak upon, "Research--An Outside
View" following the initiation.
Ionia Women Hear Prof. Henderson
Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the Ex-
tension service, lectured yesterday
afternoon before the Ionia county Fed-
eration of Women's clubs on the sub-
ject, "The New World and the New

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V. Debs, in the form of
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ere all may live in a
sphere," may become a
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"Profits for the year will not be as
large as they were during war tim,
but they will not be as small as they
were before 1915," according to the
article, "Is. a Business Revival in
Sight?", by Prof. David Friday of the
economics department, in the June
number of the Review of Reviews.
Professor Friday states that revival
in the buying of things which the pub-
lic needs in order to maintain its or-
dinary standard of living is rapidlyI
approaching normal, while the demand
for durable goods such as copper, iron
and steel is reviving less rapidly.
May 1920 High
"In May, 1920, wholesale prices
stood at 272 per cent of the prices of
1913," said Professor Friday. "Since
then the level has declined until in
March of this year it was 162. It would
not be surprising if the statistics for
May showed prices =close to 150 per
cent of those of 1913.The extreme
rise of prices had shaken the public.
confidence in their future level and
produced the buyers strike, which was
the real crux of the business depres-
sion. The fall in prices has been pro-
nounced enough to bring a consider-
able revival of purchases in the field
of retail trade. Food, clothing, boots
and shoes are being bought freely. The
department stores in March and April
showeda large volume of sales. Stocks'
of goods have been pretty well ex-
hausted and the manufacturers of all
these commodities have a substantial
volume of orders. This phase of our
industry has revived, until its condi-
tion today is rapidly approaching nor-
mal.
Public Suspicious
"There is as yet no great activity
in the production of durable goods like
houses which are used to satisfy the
immediate wants of the people, or for

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production of goods like office and fac-
tory buildings, machines, steel rails,
and all those things that are needed
to expand the permanent wealth of the
community. In the case of long-lived
things like houses, the public is still
suspicious of the future price level.
"It seems likely now that building
labor and the prices of building ma-
terials will adjust themselves in a few
months so that building activities can
absorb a considerabletportion' of the
nation's labor and other productive
resources which are now idle. The
outlook for the construction of new
plant facilities is less favorable for
the immediate future.
European. Situation Uncertain
"The European situation is alto-:

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A FRIEND of mine.
WHO COULDN'T speak.
A WORD of French.
WENT TO Paris.
AND THE first time.
HE HAD to get.
A HAIRCUT and shave.
HE PRACTICED an hour.
MAKING SIGNS.
IN THE looking glass.
SO THE French barber.
WOULD UNDERSTAND him.
AND THEN he went in.
AND WIGGLED his fingers.
THROUGH HIS hair.
AND STROKED his chin.
AND THE barber grinned.
AND FINISHED the job.
THEN MY friend thought.
HE'D BE polite.
SO H E gave the barber.
AN AMERICAN cigarette.
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WHICH THE barber smoked.
AND MY friend pointed.
TO HIS mouth.
AND SAID "Likee voo.",
AND THE barber roared.
AND SAID "You BET.
I USED to smoke 'em.
EN I worked.
* * *
IN INDIANAPOLIS.-
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AND BELIEVE me.
THEY -SATISFYI"

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Air- ight Tine of 50,
Ask your dealer to show
you the new vacuum-
sealed tins of 50 Chester-
fields. A compact, con-
venient and absolutely
AIR- TIGHTpacking-
the cigarettes keep fresh
,indefinitely.

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HERE'S a smoke that talks in any
language and needs no inter-
preter. Light up a Chesterfield,
draw deep-and more plainly than
words your smile will tell the world
"They Satisfy". It's the blend that
does it-and you can't get "Satisfy"
anywhere except in Chesterfields, for
that blend can't be copied!

CH & SON CO.

I EAST LIBERTY STREET

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gether uncertain and promises no re-
lief at an early date. But with more
than six million farms actively at work
bringing forth a volume of product
which will approximate $15,000,000,000
in value for the year, and with the
greatest consuming public in the world
demanding goods to maintain their
high standard of living and to improve
the standard of housing, we may ex-
pect a substantial degree of prosperity
for the year."

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APPOINTMENTS ANNOUNCED
TO CRIMES LOWER STAFF1

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Appointments to the lower business
staff of the Chimes for next year were
made yesterday by Thomas C. Truss,!
'22, business manager, as follows: G.
C. Beeman, '23, L. B. Ettblson, '24,
Meyer Frank, '24, M. W. Meade, '24, V.
F. Rohe, '24, F. H. Sime, '24, A. M.
Smith, '24, E. U. Swink, '24, F. C. Swi-
gert, '24E, J. Kent Torrey, '23, John

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LIGGETT & MYERS TOBACCO Co.

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Automobiles for Ire
By Hour or by Trip
REASONABLE PRICES
Cars running to Whitmore Lake
d every day
$.00 Round Trip
Phone 903-M
Not less than five Passengers
KEEP A TIGHT GRIP
ON YOUR -"OUGH -
SEE HOW FAR YOUR
CASH'
W1 LL
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EVERY man is in duty bound
to protect his finances.
Every dollar you get a hold of
should be examined closely to
see how much comfort-value it
contains. Any of'1 your money
that is spent here for plumbing
will bring you the prper re-
turns in contentment.

DETROIT WOMiN

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Suits
AND

Warren, '24, and H. A. Zeldes, '24.
DON'T FORGET

TO OBTAIN SOME OF

Vhite Flannel Trousers
PRICED FROM $10 TO $25
HAVE YOUR SIZE IN STOCK-WHY NOT
IE IN AND RESERVE WHAT YOU NEED
WHILE THE STOCK IS NEW?

SWAIN'S
Views of the Campus and
Huron River for your
M-Book.
Especiallh careful service in
film developing and printing

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One of the oldest firms in Detroit is receiving applications
from University Women for positions on its sales force. The
remuneration is exceptionally high and the opportunities for
advancement are greater than in any other field to which
women are eligible.
Applicants for these positions must be residents of Detroit.
Permanent positions are open to graduates. A limited num-
ber of Juniors can secure employment for the Summer.
One University of Michigan Woman, Class of
1915, earned $519.50 with our organization in her
first month. .'This woman left social service work to
enter a more remunerative field, where she had the
opportunity of mpaintaining her right to compete with
business men on an equal basis.
The application of college training in 'History, Sociology,
psychology and Economics in the sales field is direct. ACol-
lege Woman is as eligible- to sell *as she is to teach. The
methods employed in each field are the same. A short course
of training is givven all applicants selected for the work.
Application blanles will be mailed on request.
JOHN WARD HOWLAND, INC.
Established 1S59
833 Dime Bank Building, Dept. S.
DETROIT; MICHIGAN

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BERENAK & MARTIN

for amateurs.

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IALCOLM

PLUMBING HEATING
REPAIRING
Phone 2452
820 NORTH MAIN STREET

A Representative of the Company will
office of the Dean of Women Wednesday, 3
a. m.-1:30 to 4 p. m.

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713 E. UNIVERSITY AV.

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