WI IEI WI WW 1U1U1U1 U UUIUP
ATION UNIT BEING AGITATED;
iTREE SUMMER CAMPS TO
uipment for the military unit at
University has reached a total
e of $150,000. With the exception
he isste of uniforms this total
rs the cost of 400 Springfield
s, the heavy field pieces for the
lery corps, two heavy Browning
hine guns, two light automatic
ining rifles, one three-inch trench
ar, one 37 millimeter gun, and
Want Aviation Unit
cent, agitation for an aviation unit
been considered anid it is the opin-
of Major Robert Arthur that such
oject may be assured if enough
who are not now members of the
. T. C. enroll for the work. It
ilikely that a flying field can be
red but a thorough ground course
be given if additional floor space
ovided. Several such units have
established at other schools and
believed that one here would be
e Civilian Camp association is pre-
Ug for its summer camps and ap-
tions may be had at the R. 0. T.,
fices in a few days. The Red,
e and Blue camps will be run this
seer as previously; civilians with-
military experience" going to the
camp; those with army, service
ieir credit will be admitted to the
o and Blue camps according to
xtent of former service. Commis-
3 in the Officers' Reserve corps
be given men who complete the,
ing at the Blue canips.
For those students who desire travel
or study in foreign countries this sum-
mer there seems torbe abundant op-
portunity in the form of organized
tours. At the present time there are
more than 12 tours receiving enroll-
ment at the University, two of which
are being led by members of the fac-
By far the large majority are being
formed for the study of the life and
customs of the people of Europe, al-
though there is one, under the auspices
of the National university of Mexico,
whose main object is the study of the
literature and customs of Latin Amer-
ica. It also offers a course of study
on the "political and legal organiza-
tion of Mexico," which will doubtless'
prove to be interesting.
Prof. Rene Talamon. of the French
department, and Prof. C. P. Wagner,
of the Spanish department, to con-
duct pilgrimages to France andrSpain
respectively. These two tours are
similar in character in that they are
to combine attendance at foreign uni-
versities with excursions to many
points of historical interest.
A new departure in the line of tours
are those offered by the Italian gov-
ernment, and those offered by the Uni-
versity of Poitiers in France. These
are under direct governmental super-
Vision. The itinerary of the former is
to include excursions to Tuscany, Un
bria, and, mand of the interesting
towns around Florence.
Students who have investigated de-
clare that there is a variety of foods
served at the Arcade Cafeteria un-
equalled anywhere else in town.-Adv.
I imes Theater
"Bonnie May tcatrn . Ica' i Or
will be the comedy-drama film attrac-
tion at the Mimes tonight and tomor-
row night. The vivacious star is said
to be at her best in this draina of fun
In addition three reels of "Screen
Snapshots" an innovaton is se
creations will be shown. Thesie ,pi)c-
tures show film stars in informal ap-
pearances and will have their first
showing in Ann Arbor at the Mim
Try a1-ily Want Ad. 't ,sv" -Ad.
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
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, 111 South University Ave.
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BEN TURPIN IN "STEP FORWARD"
Pe)PY nd Mirthful to the I ast Scene
Stationery Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf Books
Cameras ard Supplies
Wiliam WrigleyJr.,and Prosperity
That business is improving in the East and that this condition is spreading to the Mid-
dle West by degrees, is the opinion of William Wrigley, Jr., president of the William Wrig-
ley fr. Co., Chicago.
The good old American dollar is coming back into its own. People from one end of
the nation to the others are getting around to the idea that the only basis for real prosperity
is an honest day's work for a fair day's wage.
The United States as a whole has been on a "business spree" for the past five years.
Prices, up to recently, were out of all sense of proportion for the, value received.
The greatest cure for hard times, Mr. Wrigley says, is to stop talking about hard times,
get to work and keep money and goods circulating.
"The year 1921 was regarded as a pretty bad period for lots of concerns in the East
and Middle West," said Mr. Wrigley. "For us it was the best year in the thirty years I
have been in the chewing gum manufacturing industry.
from Boss to
order that University lovers of
may become acquainted, at least
rt, with the careers of the vari-
rtists scheduled for the coming
Festival from May 17 to 20, and
ome of the works to be rendered,
es of/short articles,beach deal-
ith some phase of the Festival
n, will appear at regular inter-'
fnder the above head.
Mario Chamlee, Tenor
,o Chamlee, tentor with the Met-
tan Opera company, will be the
t at the opening May Festival
rt Wednesday evening, May 17.
progress of this young American'
with the Metropolitan Opera
,ny, has been exceptionally rapid,
addition to a voice of unusual
aneity and power, he has much
as an actor. Critics have also
sed approval with regard to the
tion of his style and the clear-
f his diction.
is particularly indicative of
.ee, the man-that he desires at
eriod of his recognized artistry,
blicly attribute a great part of
ccess to the work of his teacher,
e Alberti of Los Angelos, where
ee spent the early part of his
Hailed as "Young Caruso"
he time of his debut at the New
Opera oHuse, Mario Cavaradossi
osca," he waspractically un-
, but since that time. he has
hailed by some as-the real young
so." Of this first appearance the
'vative Richard Aldrich says, "It
tifying to note the favorable im-
on MI. Chamlee nade last even-
Ele disclosed a tenor voice of ex-
quality, of unspoiled freshness,
ithout warmth and color, vi-
r and power, and made intelli-
se of it. He sang spontaneously;
Chamlee takes the place of Lu-
Juratore, previously announced
Wednesday evening soloist. Mr.
ore ha been forced to cancel his
ement due to a recent operation'
pendicitis, the result of which
e complete rest until the fall.
engagement of Evelyn M.
'24, to Burr K. Osborn, '18E,
nnounced last Saturday.
C(hapliN's on tbe job agaim
"ain ou uproar at over-
sin e rates. -
Casli in on the Cachinnauion!
11 his very latest
"We are, spending $11I,0,00 a day this year to push Wrigley's Chewing Gum.
The judicious use of printers' ink is the greatest selling force in the world.
business on a world-wide basis, or even in - the locality encompasse . within a
you have got to keep the people interested or you won't sell them your goods."
If you do
ritten and DiretDed by
At work he wields a wick-
ed pick, 'oftimes he lays a
wayward brick; He toils
and boils and sweats there,
there's nOt a job he will
i'OSLT EIY HI LATEST AM) BEST
A 1 S
Expressing Your Personality
im"HOUSE OF YOUTH"
HE representative College Girl
eagerly awaits, each season, the
fashions from "The House of Youth"
-theforemost creators of Youthful
Clothes in America. For, this establish-
ment has studied the College Girl verily
on her native heath, and has woven
her characteristics, her dreams-the
veryessence of her refined, modernself-
into its fashions.
Have you seen the new "House of
Youth" Frocks, Suits and Wraps for
Spring? You will find them admirable!
A certain smart shop in your town has
them. If you do not know which one,
please do us the honour of communicat-
ing directly with us.
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THE HOUSE OF YOUTH
SCHULMAN & HAUPTMAN
38 East 29th Street, New York
3 Avenue De L'Operd, Paris
Every genuine "House of 'outh" garment
bears this label-
Whether you call her "newthought-
er" or "nut," you'll laugh till you
ache at ie stunts of this girl who
tried to be "diferent."
See what befel icr in one of those
artist-poet xlaces where she went
to "'express herself."
LAST TIME TODAY
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of slavery? 1
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beauty, bunk and
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