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ThAlCIGNDAL

'hie a

tiher Colk

P (lfl

Ho? Ye Beauties!
Portrait Painter
Says, "You Ain't"

LITS AM)" EN0UXEERS TO Vote in the campus elections to-,
# RE'C1IYE CALPS AN'D GOWNS morrow.

down ithie scalper a
cell devised by those in
Junior Prom whereby1
!ase~ tickets will have
nce committee a photo-
selves. On the night of
Iers of tickets will be
h their photos and re-
,nee if the resemblance

for Callifornia'%S memorial stad'ium. A
large 500 horse power motor is being
used in the sluicing; pro ess.
*W Nsngto-Men with artistic mnus-
taches and -women with sporty flap-
per -tonguedl shoe-s will be seized b3y
the men o f iT, e chemical classes. A
pair of sci :sors will speedily remove

Caps and gowns for the lits and en-:
gfineers will be ready for distribution
at 1 o'clock, today, at George Moe's
sport shoe. 3
Nine cases containing the senior
paraphenalia have been received, but
five more cases o1 caps -and gownts for
the laws, medics, and pharmics have
been delayed: on the road. The date
for their ditribuition will beannounc-flP

Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
VICTOR AlfU E \DE GIER
PIANO} TUNING'
S'ieoflof .NiisiT Tuner
Office at Ices., 418 Nr. M vision St.

R EX BEACH'S
"SNUB" POLL
IN
bDIG UP"

LAST
TIMES
'ODAY

1. !

At
30
i
"e
to

the in splaIced eyebrows and tile flap- .... .,edaconsthyari.
per-onguS. I ~
34 ,4 '1'1e II. 0. T. C . unit here __
Cnider Amustements Edudatlonal
c'hosen a co-ed as 1the0,h~lot o y ' v'a,.ka-- \. lnmber of ChneseI Lno, pi 0(yA..-h
nel of the body. It is her duaty tofofCieebiILnnApl30-B A.)Th
:hder ancllocreme and th autto studients 1 ore arce1eling to defray f la,~ Itest method of education in vogue in
fresrent at the review of the unitthi cnesb tehnghetu Lngan is to take entire classes on
dents how to plaly "Mah Jong" the ylh-ein 'ltin oot-rct
game that fs rapidly superceding ies. Recently-a class of 25 boys3 frolm
bridge as a favrtc card gsame Tettenhall College, Staffordlshire, a
"idl Stae-Thea reireents hforr n peparlatory school, camve on such a
'ielmn sac-dsechhm caei- 1 cryman in the senior journey to London.
:irlsc god loswicasvry?-cas ihave a chance to prove yyTheir trip includted not only visits
is very essentia;O third good hse h tresi o to all of the ni pac-es of histoiC'a in-
ners; fourth clothes; fifth a car, ze''et.Ec <~etattrsbt lot haer n acs
in, a' good voice or a pipe; sixth il 11" l; b, c'xai uncd il}y tbe omttee 1fX :+ he authorities softhe schoo)l saythle f
I ll ' cY illtl ly te, cmmiteeexperience had the greatest broaden-
d dancer, mulst not eat onions he nod~ ci ue la t.~t ~ .*. n fec ni ,by&mn
date; seventh populalrity with e i ~le~ ya elkonhi --
1national fraternity, p rlsona'lity seli te ridwils r.Th : r i+ ;4 I r: se.:,good values cheap, thru the
character. These were the ,uali- ___ IGegodvlschptr te
only requirementotlied n tes1a closely shaven __Classified columns.-adv.
whichwerefoundoutlned i theurl)(_lip xv"l ithe star tig guln isSi lbnOrn
o State library, f'ired.l
Sir > ll. <n lr in 1The way to rent a room is wltb e
4' - ~America's so-called "beauties" andI"
InestaTatth onr yses s how that the "Venuses" were given a severe joltul ihrb blsid ri1 b
ildeiterbe b~hsfed r im-Gaett wichb ias sar.ated here 1i1n when Sir William Orpen, noted per- ,
ed Is fthe general feeling amnong ;18t} is the oldest, college newspaper tatpitr elrdh a ee
stu ent. Te fultlie inthein America. Daniel Webster was one
diciouzs attitude takenl by the pro- of the contr.1ibutors to the paper. seen a erfect moclel or realiv pretty "I
ors, according to a. statemnent by:- oe i 'i 5 eq o anm
president of the. student council "ea~rh aetgf oth o o ikta rud
h e u i e s t .~n o n n a p ig . in th e - -T It K ,C O I N G W E D -N E S DI A YT
form of a chester white Te_ t. pal;to TBuffalo Aluminii I . moma4 Jf.&uzce, rcrnts
)1a Stal'c.--A class in c ooling- for pig will be sold at auction and the Coc " , . "H os-ef ese- f~
ibeiys of the Forestry schocol here proceeds used,for the fund. dayfr faoNto hreh ~o
ben r T zelfo he smespring -y last slight at a meeting of the Eluffalo "
~ter Th clss eet evry Wisconsil-"rLet ,your conscience Mchigan Alumani association, Theto-
root afternoon and receive? 'E h your guide," and "downwith the hball mentor was also the guest of hon-.
ctical instruction in thepru- chaperon s," were* the battle cries of oradmipae tagteigo
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ' cokn"n urto.tewomen of the university at a re-
w~ p~sui~ flO~i~J~.J ~ cet reoltmas metin togai ad the local, high' school athletes, four
ra r minte re eing used to di cetoaredomssmehnight, atsa reels of Michigan football pictures 1)etrig l7IEE'
awramithe aeben-u~ ing showln.at. this time.. The., coachDUGA A AUI
hlid inxcvt wlngrtrntoAn rbM.bdy CU LAN rINUT
COlum )7),1--A student. here who has wilrt, t n Abrtda EI{YL
T CEF . Ai£TES bRII)Y 1een blind since childhood' has be- i A LXl MNT
11F1T IN; 11 TO NEW. 4, Y1'4?.t, con.e vic e-president o cf his class. andl If' that check didn't come, let "Tin-i
li swrighswa hog colmie" sell something for you to tide' The Thlimouls (ItOTENTOT'l Stalr
estera~r w, ,..lore thantimhe la Tcisnwo'itin ghi a, through sch ou ,vr-Av
_ ' iCl~aI1T~iO32 r{?- 'JL LJ3nP t LLJV L 1 y 3 V 3"; -AI

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To college students prepa-
ing for a business career, NORTH-
WESTERN UNIVERSITY offcrs
an unusuaal combination of inten-
sive business training in Chicago
and all the benefits of campus
life in Evanston.
Courses in School of Commerce include
field work, inspection trips and special in-
vestigations in co-operation with various
manufacturing, financiral and merchzandis-
ing establishmrents of CHI CAGO.
A University Pro fczaionaISc!-.ooZ,
Graduate Division-To those having
professional or bachelor's degree from an
institution of approved standing, a year
of graduate work is offered leading to de-
greeof Master in Business Administration.
Undergraduate Division-To those hav-
ing two years of credit from college of
arproved standing. N. U. School of Comn-
merce offers a two-year course leaing to
degree. Bachelor of Sciences in Cominerce.
Opportunity to Specialize in
Aocmnnttng Traifrm-and Trnn'-,-tI'do
Biankinra nnd 'inanen Erniloment .M'an;t , r,^rat
Fsetory ar a:ment anti Lakwr AdminfItritioui
llUsin~ce Administration Pubic u~nd.$ocial Service
Sales , Managemont ComnmrNITeaacbing
Advertiing Cho-ber of Coanemrco A&d
b'oroign 'Trade rinlutrtion
Merchandising
Summer Session offers opportunity 'to
carry summer courses on the cool shore
of Lake Michigan.__________

1= ~Arriving Daily m
LATEST MODELS
!E! fW and «
1 REAL HONEST - TO -GOODNESS
K FABRICS
Yet -
-S -
REASONABLY PRICED at
I E from $25.00 to®$45.00Q
LUTZ, CLOTHING STORE
- l ?DOWNTOWN I
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M~'EDILL SCHOOL. OF JOURNALISMY
To students having two years of cu -
legiate credit, a two-year coarse is
offered leading to B. S. in Jlournalism.
To college graduntes, one-year course
in journalism is offered leading to
degree, Master of Science.

'E

ore May Day for Coach Fieldig
Yost, whose fifty-second birthaday
was. "Hurry Up" celebated the
asion by leaving for Buffalo to
Tal at the Michigan Alumni Club.
he coach was born in Fairview,l
Est' Virginia, April 30, 1871 and
ing his undergradua';e days at-
sled Lalfay ette and West Virginia.
the last twenty-two years he has
ched Michigan's gridiron teams;'
Ienjoys the reputation of having'
ned out more All-American foot-
I players and more really great
ms than any other coach in -the

WIOR K FOR CHEMICAL
SUDENTS ASSURED

I',_

ANNOUNCEMENT

IAll Junior and senior chemical en-
ginteers can be given employmenit this
Summer in the kind of plants in which:
they- intend to work' after leaving
s col, according to Prof. W. P. Wood,
+,ho is in charge of placing the Stu-
dents.I
ILast summer 94 percent of the up-
perclassmien who did not attend sum-
mer school secured employment of'
seone nature, the greater part being!1
employed by chemical concerns. It
is anticipated that the employment by3
,hese coniceriis will the 100 percent
this vyacation. . .
Do you use' Classified ads' system-

For' your convenience we have opened a regu-
lar Western Union office at Number 9, °Nickels Ar-
cade.
At the present messages may be filed at this
branch durin~g the hours of 9 A. M. to'6 P. M.t and,
if found necessary arrangements will be made to
extend the hours
WESTER~N UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY

Bulletin Now Ready
In sending coupon below, please mention sub-
joct in which you are interested.
Northwestern University
School of Commerce
223 Harris Hall Evanstoni, Ill.
r - PLEASE SEND TOIDAY
I booklet fully describingg ourses andI
eclal advunntaggs of N tT I STF'li
U UNIVERSITY h0 olCommerce,
S Name...................................I
tFull Addres......... ................ C

AST TIMES
7:00 .8:30

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th Bend_(, April 30(yA..
to Notre Dame at South D;
daiy. Te Notre Dame bat
piled 'u p a Score ag;grega"ting
wile the Badger nline ec
runig'u1) only two eeulLT
ujnayfollows:

yeti
l +nd
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low.s

Il. ARRICK w+"!4 _r o $2.50'l
I ~Sat.. Mat. - fOc to S,"~
Sky High usixnicryfoFdy

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ONEIEC E, ALL-LEA THER COVERS
'lC~T:rUJSSVTL Loose Leaf Ring $MyBudet$ sacmatltl
1i tedr:; lhaie one-niece coy 'r6 account book, )nade for the
of . .niliec cWh )ide that wvill not special use of the College st>ud-
w ar out, or bcc thue shabby- cue t, to aid him in keeping a I
loos ilg.T1d in sizes an(1 record of his expenditures. En-
style s to ft every need. dorsed by leading educators.
i~ii;001 os $ Iy ilances"$ is a
*,h~I.;IIes moreiat'-nced aceound
sy IFhlaawicsw$ ook thai' makles a fine
$1:M ldt-eI gift for Of, ftamily fi.
1,or ~Stale by 0. D 1). -IRITL
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°IIO Kind of Story That tak~es 4ou
sit Up 111ll the (Wee Sn Hours) to
Fiish the Book.

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Personally Directed by
VICTOR. SCH-ERTZINGER
IN ADDITION
BABY'S WELCOME ."'

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'ta4Cobe
Stacomb keeps hair in place
all day-No more trouble
with rumpled hair.
ldeal also after washing your
hair-supplies natural, bene-
. EciaI oils which add lifec and
lustre and keep the hair in place.
Ask your barber_ for a Sta-
rcomb Rub.
At all druggists.

A Cliristie Comedy
GrapIeCartooni
.ARCAIDE ORCH'ESTRA

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EE5G. U.S. PAT. OFFICE

A Hodkin son Re-tune

STARTING

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flit!

Makes the Hair Stay Combed

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of the
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JOHNSON

presents her

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for the l.enefit of the

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ho s ou M ANY men who are prticular abou t the.
make of their clothes, hat, shoes, sockIs
and underwear will take. any shirt offered that
has 'a good "store° look ", ,
Ask for Eagle Shirts, a trade-marked, guaran-
teed make, of trade-marke&dPguaranteed fabrics.
You'll get the same fit each timye, the same fine
workmanship, the same: abso tcy shrinkless
neckband, the same shirt-long center-plait
made gapless by six buttons.
You'll get the same unlimited satisfaction.
*It pays to specify Eagle Shirts.

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The Famous
Hottentot Stai
A Wild West Hero, a Dress
Suit Villain, a. pret-
'~ty Girl in the old
home town--and a
kid who turned out W
to be a cupi~d.
Thrills, Laughter,
Eitin -Aen Irz

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with '1
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