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Classifies Persons
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j hur'crs that arec round and sloping.I muscles. The trunk is~ incl
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a r qt-ty ^otb a ws' 1, rlJ 1 hones "and(lthick, short in: at the waist."

(CoQntinued from Page One)~
everlasting" (From the Daughtero
~Jarus), Mr. Wheeler; March by Sa
lome, Mrs. Rhead.
1Bible classes will meet in Wesle:
hall at 12 o'clock. Wesley Hll4wl]
be open from 5:30 to 6 :30 o'clock ii
the afternoon. Mr. Julius fdIanslovsh
will lead the Wesleyan guild devo-
tional meetin~g at 6: 30 o 'clock, and this
meeting will be followed by a Wesley-
an guild lecture. Mr. Raymond Robin,
will speak on "The Outla'wry of War
the Next Step in World Civilization."
"The Ideal Public Worship" is the
subject- of Rev. L. P. Gunderman's
serman at the , Trinity' Lutheran
church. Bible school will hold its
meeting at 9:30 o'clock in the morn-
ill ISpeak Oil service
At the First Presbyterian church,
Rev. L. A. Barrett will speak on "The
Call to Service". At 12 o'clock, stu-
dent classes will meet. The Students
Social houir will begin at 5:30 o'clock,
and wil be followed by the Young1
People's meeting at 6:30 o'clock, the
topic for\ discussioni of which wpill be,
"Has Pe~ace Prejudice a Place Inx
Gb ristiarn Civilization?' Is, there a
Chosen Race?" John Allen, '26, will
be the leader.
Holy Communion will be held at
St. Andrew's church' at 8 o'clock this
morning. At 10:30 o'clock, there will
be morning: .prayer' and a sermon by
Rev. George Craig Stewart, D., of
St. Luk' church, Evanston, Illinois.
"The Man Who Tried Again" will be
the subject of the evening address. by
the rector. At 6 o'clock, there will
be supper at Harris Hall for students
and other young people. Rev. Andrew
S. Gill, Rector of St. Matthias' church.
Detroit, will speak on' "Law and Pr'ay-
er". On St. Mark's cday, Wednesday,
there will be open' house at Harris
Hall. On Thursday at 7 o'clock in
the morning, there will be Holy Com-
munion in Williamis MezrprialChapel,'
H-arris Hall.
Discuss Foreign Colonies
Herbert A. Jump will speak on.
"The Creed of Progressive Christian-
ity" thi's morninig at the Congrega-
tional church. The student's Bible
class will meet at. 9:30 O'clock' this
morning. At the firesid~e chat, at 6: 30'
'clock, "Tomorrow, a Survey "of the
Foreign Colonies in Ann Arbor" will
be presented' in a talk 'and a discus-
The Church of Christ will hold its
regular Sunday services. "The Doc-
trine of Atoniement" will be the sub-
Ject of the morning meeting, at '10: 30
o'clock. Sunday School will mneet at
11:45_ o'clock.
A sermon in German will be deliv-
Bred at St. Paul's Lutheran church
at 9:30 o'clock this morning. There
will be Bible slcol at '10: 30 o'clock,
followed 'by a service i English at
3.1 :30 o'clock. The subjects of the
'sermons will be, "The Sorrow and Joy,
of Believers anldIUnbelievers". 'There
~will be no evening service.'

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~vr ete n pr erwl ~ Are you a long-neckged,, hatchet-;a lower jaw that is small, na rrow and;~ D IN E
he mian features of display in th ced lnaedhgbo or just a sa~ otsrnl developed, says dM ,
. or, invdulwt hbyarr Dr. Stockard. "The teeth in this in-; -I N E
} { ....style show which is to be given at 41srtinvdulwhcubyam; dividual will usually be rowdled and1 l~3MENU
A 'o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Mackc's and legs commonly termed a lowbrow? ill set. Te neck will be lo gand'2 Soup
store, for the benefit of the University!. In a recent interview, Prof. Ci arica small in cir cumfere ce ad t hi e C. Cream of Tomato
.,of M\ichigan League building fund. Corel Wafers
1aMti., ofthe carngappre whth 11 Sto hard, ofConl medical cl- shoulders high, squr and annuar.
Much ofeth tepesngonpgreldwhicendOlivesCelery Radishes
i lege, reputed to e one of the. e Ii" The. limbs will be longoaat Beslender -
" w~ill lho shown, awas selected recently authorties on huan tpe'ad the musles and bones following titIL n e P t y Prime M ll y 2 .gr wh evlibn, iid d thoasticinton.ItBeefe t a d' aus Y u g hik njuhsrssn
Music will be furnished during the human species into two groups, theesenderness. Almost all inear per- 1AprgsTiso os
v ~afternoon by the Hlelen Newberry linear type and the lateral type, de- I sons ave short trunks which tper '= .Mashed Potatoes Strawberry Shortcake
clhsr.hr il en diso arng that all ordinary persons fall dw otewit Rolls Salad ' ihWiped Cream
Sfee. ! more or less eatyi one orth On the other hand, hie coninued, the ead Lettuce and Tomato Strawberry Sundae
""iReceipts'are given for anything that ;other of the two. swhety ndullyaexprsseisthea c teom=Mde ApperPe T aniCoffeeCra
a } ~~~~~is bought in the ready-to-w ear depart- If you w ould classify yourself in the w e ul x r s e , i h x c o e M d p l P eT a O MCfe f e r c $
etof Mack's store and the League; linear division you must be thin, a-' antithesis of the linear type in all I 12 to 2P.M- PRIVATE DINING RO M -Piea
fudreceives a certain per cent from though not necessarily tall, and must respects mentioned. "The ead grows'=h= TITVT' __
ths ahmnh nvriywmnhave a tendency toward rapid dove wide and not long. The eyes are set;- ho eV/3V-ILLI 313S ta
are urged to save their receipts and; lopmnentt. If you are slower in matr-; well apart, the_ nose bridge is wide
to turn themi into Katherine Monti ing and have a stocky or rounded piY- and usually low, the inouth arch is;$ 11111II~~h~llIIIIIJII~IIl~l~lhIII~I~lI~lWIlhlfh
siqe, henyou must fall in the lt- wie andl low wietehta r
e ral division. smooth and well set fill the jaws, Thle
The linear type will have a nose; lower jaw is large and stronly
$". Kawakamnt ANNUAL RUJMMAGE1 bridge that is high and narrow, mouth developed. A short neck, large i
Ni. Kawehl klwo'rereal thews- SAL ~Di-ti~ arch that follows the same rule, nd circumference nestles down 1betwenFr®B HL'
pape, isthe irstJapaese orropon- Aprl 27 and 28 are the date; set for ___________________________
dettp) oaedi ahntn the second annual rummage whichLs.
D. C~, permanently. I-h~-.~- . - g-


_________________-will be "held at the city Y. W. C. A.,'
I on' Fourth avenue and will benefit
11O 11.'V; S P IiAI ) hE, ,3 r l) !thle Michigan League fund. Proceeds
'ftpSPF~i IER APIL I froma the sale last year amounted to
HerertI-I Hlls '01Yvie pesi 1$251, which the' committee expects will
Hebr - .il, 01W.vc r~ I- i ~ 4~

Actu al

tests show that

.'7 .suutejurm
of style coqwry

Benzol removes 'spots u n-

dent of distribution of the Packard
Motor company of Detroit, wil speakI
the afternoon of Sund:ay, April 29, at
Ithe Union under the auspices of the
Union reception department.
Mr. Hills became sales ma^nager of
the Packard Motor company in 1309,1
and general sal's maniager of the
company in 1411. In 1 16 lie was pro-I
moted to the rcsiticn of aista7 t #gen-1
oral m inaga 'r nd-iin, 1919 he w-A*

Do exeete tA~tinsL1 year.j
All women in the University, as well
as faculty women have been asked to ;
contribute as much as possible. An}
added attrac ion wvill be the sale of
4many. new articles from Detroit and
Cleveland stores. Those who wish to,
contribute should communicate wvith il
P1,amela Brow n, '24, chnairnman of the
e ommi e.Articles will, be called I

affected by

other agents

'We JBenzol-clean and press
men's wuits for $1.50


l A L 11IAC4E -fc-il LL.1A0 r r for in tracks. "
mace vice presidenti of the company."
His present. position. gives him -___________
charge of sales, service, advertisig,! Wi ' I-oisl-AlI chapters of the Ku
and braniches. Mr. Hills' talk is plan- Klux Klan, including the one in Mad!1-
ned to .be of s pecial interest to thoseI son, have agreed to change the name
who are going- to enter the automotive of the junior interfraternity society to
field. j 'T umas". According to the pres#-
- - dent of the Wisconsin chapter, the,
Ifentuciky -Aceused of murdering' change was made because they were
a campus policeman, a student was 'unider the formier name often confused
tried and' acquitted in forty minutes' withMthefwell-known non-collegiate
a few days ago. The killing occured; Klan
several weeks ago 'on the campus one
night when,, in ordering a car to halt, Harvard-Four prominent law pro-
the officer wa's shot dead by ohie of fessors were recently granted an in-
the occupants of the motor car. junction restraining certain' persons
from selling notes 'of their thectures in
Look over the values in the classi- f the Harvard law school by Judge
fieds.-Adv.1 Crosby of the State Supreme ,court.
There's A ljifferenceA
In the quality of milk1

We call for. -nd dli-er

Style undreamed :of by the girl 6f
yesterday-lowpwide heels, blucher mockl
without. tips, and the rnewest thing out
----se vamps-, Black hunter calf.





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115 S. Main St.

[Ulucky for Spots


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When buying, be assured of highest quality



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West Vlrghtila - Because 250 fresh-
mein flunked in one semester here, all
first year menl under 2" years of age
are prohibited from~ joining any frater-
nity or other society of a similar na-,
_ Sunday Dinner
Served in a pleasant a m s ee-
512 E. WilhimE








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