I Applications are now being accept-
ed for the 1922 Citizens Military
training camp to be held at Camp
IE Custer, Battle Creek, Michigan, be-
tween August and September. All
men between the ages of 17 and 27
are eligible, providing they meet the
of physical requirements.
th Candidates may enroll in the infan-
try, cavalry, artillery, aviation, or
engineering sections. All expenses
are being paid by the government in-
he cluding transportation, uniforms,,
te quarters, and equipment.
ti The four weeks course is especially,
ld designed for university freshmen and
sophomores who are not eligible to at-
tend the R. 0. T. C. training camps.
There will be room available for 3000
on students from Michigan, Illinois, and'
nd Application blanks may be obtained
as from the recruiting board of Washte-
dy naw county which consists of Daniel
le i Zimmerman, State Savings Bank;
n- Col. Alfred H. Lovell, 270 Engineer-
ill ing Bldg., and T. R. Piersol, 820 Hill
I be laid out o
rest of the pre
ion of the group
ion has alrea
and drainage ti
r and a half i
mixed gravel wi
by 120 foot are
elow the finishe
DUKES LECTURES TUESDAY
Experiences in Soviet Russia to be'
"Secret Service in Red Russia" is
to be the subject of the lecture to be
delivered by Sir Paul Dukes in Hill
auditorium at 8 o'clock next Tues-
day. Sir Dukes, who has been on
a lecture tour in this country since
last January, comes to Ann Arbor on
this date with a message from revo-
lution-torn Russia, having spent from
1918 to 1920 penetrating into the in-
nermost heart of the Soviet country
unde ' various disguises and aliases.
"Red Dusk and the Morrow" has
brought the young author into con-
siderable prominence because of its
vivid historical background portray-
ing the conditions as thy actually
exist in Russia.
This lecture has been substituted
for the one to have been 'given by
Irvin S. Cobb. Holders. of the coupon.
for the tenth lecture of the Oratorical
association series will be admitted to
or anyone else who has furni-
ture to be repaired or new
piecestto be constructed!
Our equipment and workmen
insure you of the most satisfac-
P. B. HAR DING
218 EAST HURON STREET
All kinds, at lower prices.,
Rain coats from $4.50 up.
the lecture on presentation of the j ton at a meeting of the National Re- Departmhent of Health and t
coupon or on payment of the single ;search council. - ment of Public Safety. The
admission price. Clean Up week will be "
Provide for Clean Up Week paint up, and keep it up."
Bartlett Still in Washington Clean up and Fire Prevention week
Prof. Harley H. Bartlett, of the bot- will begin May 1, according to an Lost something? A Class:
any department, is still in Washing- announcement sent out by the State The Daily will 8nd it for
and weedTop oat
Breeches, Knickers and Knicker Suits, large assortment.
Khaki Breeches priced up from $2.25
Sport Suits, Sweaters, Tom Wye Coats, 0. D. Serge Army and fine Khaki Dress
Light weight Underwear and Hose all kinds.
Dress Shoes, Army Shoes, Hiking Shoes, Packs, Ladies
High Tops, Leggings, etc.
Canoe Blankets, Auto Robes and Army Blankt
nts of;expansion material a ong
laying lines will avoid the neces-
'or laying thebcourt in one block.
joints will be covered with a
ete coating to insure true
ce. The ends of the court will be
tan inch higher than the center, I
roper drainage into a small ditch
ath the net.
e surface of the old court will
ro inches thick, rolled and finish-r
ke concrete pavement, with pre-
ons to secure as smboth and true,
'face as possible.4
e total cost of the improvements,
ding. the erection of walls and
back-stops about the new court,
be approximntely $1,500.
IMSIES CHOOSES ,MEN
IR STAFF POSITIONS
w Whimsies 'editors were chosen
special meeting of the staff held
Tuesday evening. Lawrence- H.
ad, '23, is the only present mem-
if he staff who will return ,next
-Chimes Cartoon Stolen
Cartoon by Fontaine Fox,
noted cartoonist, which was e
stolen from the Chimes office'the
early part of the week; is still
missing. The cartoon wash to have
been used in May issue of
Haversacks, Pack-Rolls, Canteens, Mess Cans,, Pup tents, Squad
Ponchos, Cots, Camp Furniture, Stoves, Grills, etc.
SURPLUS SUPPLY STORE, 213 N. 4th,
E. Me WURSTER
"It pays to walk a few blocks"
___________,.____ _ __ _
osition to be
ember of the
that se wil
is to be
You can continue your ad-
vancement scholastically this
summer without foregoing the
desired change and recreation
that summer should bring.
You will be refreshed and dlveloped,'
physically and mentally, through
attendance this summer at
o " SESSION '
On the WOODED SHORE
OF LAKE MIGHIGAN
Come to Evanston, the beauty spot
of Northern .Illinois. Boat, swim, play
tennis, enjoy concerts, dramatic perform-
ances and inspiring lectures. Earn credits
toward College, Professional, or Advanced
degrees. Faculty includes teachers of note
from other leading institutions.
Summer Session includes the following sehools:
' raduate School School of Jougrnalism-
College of Llberal Arta, Lw School
School o4 Commerce School ofr Msi
School of Education School at Speech
Courses covering full year's workindGeneral
'Chemistry, Physics, or Zoology for students
entering Medicine, Dentistry orEngineering.
School of Commerce offers courses in
"Salesmanship," "Factory Management,"
"Insurance," etc. School of Journalism
features practical newspaper work.
Many courses supplemented by trips
,.to leading industrial Anid financ~il
,, centers of Chicago, close b6y
' *" NOW READY
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I PLEASE SEND TODAY 1
1 booke describing in full the courses of NORTH. N
WESTEJRN UNIVERSITY Summer Session and
I other advantages, recreational and educational. I
l Full Address. .....
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Address WaLiER DILL SCOTT, President
604 University Hail EVANSTON, ILL.
TODAY THRU SATURDAY
See the APACHE DEN and GILDED. CABARET of the DANCING DARLING OF F
e. Plans are being made for
er of subscriptions for next
e 17 Houses to New Sites "
een home sites are being laid
Washington heights by the
bor Asphalt company where
ses moved off Church street
t University aVenue, to make
the new engineeriy; shops,
As "Genelle," the Apache, she is vii
cious and daring.
Her "Columbine in the pantomi
dance with Theodore Kosloff is pi-
quant and dainty.
YOU WILL ENJOY
Dances-more sensatiorral than you have ever seen be
Thrills-of the Paris underworld and the jeweled balir
Romance--o a beautiful dancing girl and her strugg
love and happiness.
one having an idea as to
'ms for cheer' leaders are
sted to describd same in a
and send to A. 0. Cuth-
1016 E. University Ave.
From khe Story
" TH E N O OSE "
BY CONSTANCE LINDSAY SKINNER
WILLIAM D. TAYLOR
pen For Business
BEST ORCHESTRA MUSIC
A ll sats .......... 6
Kiddies 1k0 Always
Evening .... ..,...7:00-5:30
LOOK WHO IS HE
THIS IS GOOD
SON OF A SEA-COOK ! ! !
12 P. M.
in" he E gy
O E'S PaCE
Corner Huron and 4fh
Shimmy your timbers! Buster Keaton launches the first smile-ship. It runs on chuckles and makes
not a knot under 90 laughs an hour. Note.-If there was one more laugh in this picture it would be
inhumane to show it.
CMING SUNDAY--MAE MURRAY IN " FASCINLATION