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Whales proving somewhat scarce,
funds had to raised by contribution,
subscription and loans. A group of
Jews contributed to a special fund for
erection of the steeple.

storic Trinity
ray tomorrow
cial services
the granting
illiam III of

Gilliam Thomas Manning
r. Charles L. Slattery of
ch will offiiate at the
rvice, and Bishop Daniel
'ttle of St. Louis, presid-
of the church, at the
ervice.
6, 1697, a group of New
escribing themselves as
of the church of England"
°nor Fletcher for an act of
n in conformity with the
t of 1693. The charter
1 the same day.
1 Charter Preserved
ial charter covers three
ts of parchment. It is
ntique style, with a great
wax. The document still

LONDON OBSERVES
ANCIENT CUSTOM
London, April 13.-Westminster
Abbey was the scene today of one of
those quaint medieval customs of'
which many still survive in some
form in London. This" was the annual
distribution of the King's "Maundy
money" by the Lord High Almoner,
the Dean of Wells.
Custom decrees that the number
of recipients of this bounty shall be
twice the King's age and as King
George is now. 57 years old there;
were 57 old men and a similar num-
ber of old ,women seated in the choir
stalls to receive the money, surround-
ed by a number of the Yoemaxn of the
Guard in their pictu-resque costumes.
At the beginning of the service, a
procession was formed in the: nave..
Nosegays were carried in medieval
days to counteract unsavory smells
from the lack of sanitation and to
keep off the plague. Flowers were
carried today but only to'keep up old
custom and not for the original'pur-
pose.
At the head of the procession.came
the Sergeant-Major of the Yoemen
carrying a gold dish on which were
114 red and white kid purses con-
taining the Maundy money which
consists of small silver coins, once
current coins of the realm, but which'
now are minted especially for the oc-
casion.

LOOK OVERNB iCKSFOR
ATHLETIC__FIELD HOUSE
GENERAL PLANS OF BUILDING
ARE NOW DECIDED
UPON
How many varieties of building
bricks arq there? A clew to the
answer may be obtained by strolling
into the offlce of Coach Fielding H.
Yost, where manufacturers of the
Irish confetti have furnishedabund-
ant. samples of the 'kind of material
they would like to use . in the new
field house to be constructed this
summer.x
The visitor is greeted by several
rows of the building - material laid
neatly upon the floor. There are red,
bricks, yellow bricks, rough bricks
and smooth bricks. And then there
are some just plain bricks.
"There are some more over there,"
says the football mentor and the
visitor casts his eye into the corner
where stand several, bundles of speci-
mens, still tied up and waiting to be
arranged in rows on the floor as the
others which arrived before them.
"And up there-" says the coach,
pointing to the top of a letter file.
Yes, even up there. One cannot re-
frain from looking under the desk;
but there he is disappointed.
"We've decided upon the general
plans for the field house," says the
Old Man smiling, "but we'haven't de-
cided just what dress to put her in
as yet."
SUMMERl SCHOOL, COURSES IN
LIBRARY METHODS ANNOUNCED
Announcements of courses in .li-
brary methods in the Summer session
may be obtained in the office of the
Summer sesgon, room 8, University
hall. The courses offered include
those in high school libraries, book.
selection and book buying, elements
of classification and ordering, and
many othersuch courses intended to
give both an elementary knowledge of
library science to University, stu-
debts, as well as to aid librarians re-
viewing their work in pursuing ad-
vanced courses.

cation for the the transfer of their
credits not later than. May 20. On
account of the great amount of cleri-
cal work involved in the transfers,
all those' students who have any in-
tentions of changing should apply for
transcripts immediately in order that
the details may be worked out, and
'that they nay start work in their new
collegeor school at the beginning of
the next school year.

COMPLETION OF HOSPITAL I nment of the University. T:
AWAITS ACTION BY STATE I the main building and the
- of the administration bu
Work has stopped on the new U ni-;now complete.
The work of finishing
versity hospital except an occasional structure cannot be done un
bit of grading and maintenance work appropriation is made by
by the buildings and grounds depart- legislature.

Schumacher Hardware CO .
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

M. S. P. A. TO MEET
HERE, JUNE 6, 7,

8

308-10-12 SO. MAIN ST.

PHONES 174-175

The Michigan State Pharmaceutical
association will hold its annual con-
vention on June 6-8 in Ann Arbor.
The Union will be the headquarters
for the affair, although many lectures.
will be delivered in the college of
pharmacy rooms and in Hill auditor-
ium.
Included in the list of speakers are:
President Marion L.' Burton, Prof.
Alexander Ruthven, of the botany de-
partment, Prof. William A. Paton, of
the Econo-hnics department Henry J.
Steining, president'of the National As-
sociation of -Drug Clerks, Samuel C.
Henry, secretary of the National As-
sociation of Retail Druggists, Lieut.
Col. A. H. White, of the chemical en-
gineering department of the Univer-
sity, W: A. McDonald, of the Connor
Ice Cream company, and George R.
.Swain, official photographer for the
Kelsey expedition.
More ,than four hundred Michigan
pharmacists are expected to attend.
They will be entertained by an elab-
orate program lasting over the three
days they will be here.

Clean-up
CARPET BEATERS
CARPET SWEEPERS
HOOVER CLEANERS
SMOPS
MOP PAILS
POLISHES
STEP LADDERS
STEP CHAIRS
DUSTERS
DUSTERS
DUST CLOTHS
WASTE BASKETS
MOP STICKS
"YALE" - LOCKS AND

Paint-
PAINTS
VARNISH
ENAMEL
PAINT BRUSHES
FLOOR POLISHERS
GLASS CUTTERS
SCREEN PAINT
FLOOR BRUSHES
FLOOR StRAPERS
CARRIAGE PAINT
VARNISH REMOVER
WHIZ POLISH

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mble sets forth that there
o public church or building
city and' that Trinity was
arish church. The rector
ed to be "a good and suffl-
estant minister" and the
dens and vestrymen of the
w York were required to
"the sums which, accord-
provisions of the said act,
required to raise for the
the ministry in the city,
of their failing to do so,
for the time being -was
to bring an 'action against
ty court of record within
e."
ity Church Erected
e charter had been grant-
tion of a church had been
e corporation at this time
ductive estate, and to help
nses, the governor granted
r wrecks and drift whales.
t authorized the wardens
wrecks, drift whales and
r else drives from the high
ten lost below high water
ot having a lawful owcner

HARDWARE - "YALE"

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LIBRARY ASSOGIATION MEET
IS SCHEDULED FOR JUNE

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Delegates to the annual convention
of the American Library association,
which will be held in Detroit the lat-,
ter part of June, will come to Ann
Arbor June3 29, for that day's session
of the conference.
'The party will arrive from Detroit
at 11:30 o'clock on a special train
and will go directly to the Union.
where they will be the guests of the
University at luncheon.
Following the session in the
afternoon a$sur of the campus will!
be made, and later the visitors will
attendp.musicalprogram at Hill au-
ditorium.

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FOR DS

'ANSFERS FROM LITERARY
SCHOOL ASKED TO APPLY NOW
All literary students planningog
hanser to other schools and colleges
ethe University .should make appli-

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We have Speedster and Racer Bodies for Fords.
The above body sells for $45
Placed on new or used Chassis. Come in end see our complete line
Seeley-Lumby Company
DETRlOIT at CATHERINE STS.

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Restoredr
VERY important point in Michigan
can again be reached by Long
Distance. Poles and wires crushed by
storm have been replaced sufficiently.
to meet demands of busine.=

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It was an appalling task. Nearly 20,000
poles arid 6,500 miles of circuits were
destroyed, with tremendous losses
in money.
But the people of the Telephone
Company realized the dependence of
the industrial and social welfare 'of
every community on the wires and
made every effort to restore service.
Not a minute; night or day, did they
relax their efforts.
Today, therefore, their first task-that
of establishing emergency circuits-is
finished. And they appreciate the
patience and understanding of their
difficulties shown by users of the
Toll wires.
We are pleased to announce that
Long Distance is again at your service.

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