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P ~tv Wchx i iadO up of TI A Athletic Program 1has a person-'
IPresident Burton ndw l (";;'n £eiaa (&ghtrour in !woth edt orial andf
D o 6u .KnOW and Sayer; fin nc, c inposed of IRe- business departi ents. This is a C
Igents Lelanjl Sam p-r and Huihbard; grand total of 259 students who are"na.isHgws re unnadacalyOthsafsf axus b
-----_____ slaries,1R1 : an gorourIsis, land iaualy n testfsofcmusp
Wh'leln was the licononIJcS building (l gents }le Lt, Hanchtt , and Hub---r
built? hard ; liirar y, Rtegeants Cl nen-lts, ,Iu )- La Sociedad Hisp nica has, for its
A What is the M-entor and Assembly h ard and Gore; educational policies. ups h rmtino neeti
syste in? Pres ident burton and Regents Lelandlpros h n
W'hen was the College of P'harmlacy; and C ore ; 1promIotion u; r. :,ea:rch, Re- the Spanish language and literature
organized' gent. Hianchett, Ci nwnts and?: ao- and in the relations of the occident-
yep'; stud ent w-l'ar e, Reg puts : lur - al Latin countries to the United States.',
1 l~'~J1IJA SERSfinIL~c i t nd cal.nw irs li~~ he organization has a limited nuns-
Q T'heU'niversity eight Regents. ed person onl chCifleiscair- h1er (o; active members. Associate'
President MarioI, aLrton is e x-offi- ian. membiers have the privilege of par-
elo resient ~ te . rd. on. un ~ticipation in all its activities but do
ius L. Beal of An ,. Arbor and Hon. ;. The Daily leads in rn ber of mecn not have thie right to vote. They are.DLea d o D tri a e R -!a tv, on s fs. Th re re 7 aof
gents whose terms of office expire miembers, 4G editoriai, 29 business. The oriyevte of h active membe rs ya a
Dec .11, 1923. Hon. William BR. Clem-, Michiganensian has 54 on its staffs, I-
ents, of Bay City, and Hon. Jamnes'41 on editorial, 11 on tihe business. The
0. Murfin, of Detroit, have until Dec. Gargoyle has a total of 25 staff momu-
31, 1925, to serve on tile board. In : hers. T~here are 10 on the editorial
1927, on Dec. 31, the terms of Hon. and 15 on tile busness staf'fs. The~ Law
and lHon. Lucius L. Hubbard, llou. h- i al staff. Chimes has 22 students, 111
tonejxpire. HThetsGraHn Raplsteviewbohabsi23sstudno h editor- '
IL Sawyer, of IHilsda1e, and of Hon.. Tety isithenedn h taf f
Q Victor M. Gore, B~enton Harbor, do the Student Directory, Sixteen are Two mnnt s} ad
not expire until Dec. 31, 1929. Shirley on the eorAl while four are on thee
N. Smith and Robeit A. Campbell, are business staff. Thl Optic and Technic
rsectitryeldy. eaureltotheboadreaveight15tostand-othdeprn-FirttIineary-ey haveSed eseccvel.eightareeont thed Swes Ten'sveeac eihutinful wedn'sbeatiflalkesandwa
Ind; connltlee1 of the Regents name- editorial avd 7 on thle b siness staffs. speciatlCourse of Lectures in MT

faortnigtlyot. Lecture andl dramatic'-'
also play a part ini the orgaizion .

ADRIN-NN ARBOR Bk:A;isS
Schedile in Fffect O~ctobepr z£, 1922
( -ritrai 'Ti)"ie (S,,'T. H i e)
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P.MX. KM. P.M'..P.M.
3:45 7=4S ...A1i an...2:5 P-:45
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4:30 8:31. .(lritn ..i2 :o0089:00
2:15 9:v5.....Saline . . 1:15; 715
;:5o:' Arhunn rbotbv. 10:47 6:45
Chambher of Co;-melrce Inlg.
0----rDaily. X-Daily esccmptSi,4ays
and f4Holdys. rriday and S sura r-cial
bens for ;studients lea ves Adrian T leaves
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JAMSS H. LLIOTT. fProprietor
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CORNWEL..L CO AL.

Kentucky Egg and Lump

West va: Egg and Lttmp

Pocahontas and Coke

br,, wllas ;;pecial iesl ivitia s on th~e occaisir01of1W Iiit"1fIIt I11"
Ba ti rian cGhateau district, S wis,, ar'id Ty ro,'leen l \ ps, hech? 1l-
iLu Rine, inciud:img, if desired, a specikil Cor ,e of Lecturn t l
Univeriticsof CLpz rig amd .I ilelb~t. rg; Or1 jwii on oin1iul
iat the State'l Conlservatry tLizg;a lse.l(ore nEvoa
0111n Woldt'oininerc° at O lie Ulv11L ry of Frank"' orl , a'..
TidI'tinerary-England, H ollaild, lginmnk, Prance, Sw it z1ran'!,
Ita.ly 10heRhine; sightseeing. recreation, . "aOfedand (1comuir;caL nsiVC
route; great M'etropolises of Western Ellurope, SisAlps, an Ial :o
Lakes, Florence, Rome, Venice, Naples, l inlpell,MeirrnaAd-
a:it ic and Rhine Region.
Ask for Booklt t 1 loploi e ryant 79HlS
Th Vest 42nd Street, Suite 719-IF iNew Y Vork ('ity

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some that will inalee vqur e,,es pop with
deliht. No matter wihat you desire in
the line of modish attire, we are able to
L\vely Wraps o
SportsCots
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N\ifty Suits

COMMON AND FACE BRICK
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Office -- Cornwell Block.

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BEAUEOf' THE ISIS"I'lNT I)EIIANoDS O rrIIO SA-lIOs
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A Special Screen Six
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