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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ _r_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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DCIE Endurance KinzgsITo Fly
OF ALOMNIIS Across U. S. Without A Stop,

PROFESSOR,
DISCUS

1 larbit eaitls Ireland EPvedicis Irish Peace says peace will be made soon
SHIPHY Dublin, May 2 (By A. P.)-Jvines PFaris, 'May 2 (By A. P.)-.-Franlcis J.' tary Roover, he added, wvill
SIS AHT IT, i ILarkin, Irish labor agtator, deported Low<e of the (American) Friends of trade commissioner from th fo.AeiaasnudriabhsteIihFeeStjstrmutln ttswenheivlarso
ABTt riveci at 1Kingstown.

Mlore than 1,500 copies of the last is-'.
sue of The Alumnus have been sent
out to seniors on the campus during x r mat
the past week. These have been pre-
sented to the seniors by the Alumnn
association with subscription blanks }
by which they may sign up for the f
mnagaine at the special rate of $2.50',,...
Letters of appreciation of The Alum- .
nus are received every day from alum- .*
ni throughout the country, according '
to Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of the$
association. The following letter wvasy
sent Mr. Shaw by William McAndrew,
of the New York 'ward~ of supervisors"'
of education: "Steadily and surelya,
The Michigani Alumnus grows in influ- ..
ence, interest and indespensability.
Reading it goes a long way towards
naking one seem as if he is in college r
once more, such is the variety and vi-
vidness of it pages."
Subscriptions to the magazine are
being received every day at the offices'
in Alumni Memiorial hall. By special )4 {:. >
permission of the B1oard of Regents thef
su s rpi n c1.r e m y as ep ydwith the diplom a fee at the treasurer's
offlce, 'this charge also includes men-'
bershit, to the Ahinni association. ,
Engineers' Club
To Elect Officers'
Officers of the Engineering societyIzft
for the comning year will be chosen inIr
the annual engineering elections to-_-______________--__
morrow. The officers to be selected Let onA'!l ciim i~i~ el 'iic1e isr
are the following:. The president and ltoyiie

John Sha-:AeN, professor of fine arts:
at Brown university, will speak a~t
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the
west galery of Alumni Memorial
hall taking as his subject "The Arch-:;
itecture of Ravenna". The lecture
will be illustrated by slides.
Professor Shapley has specialized
in. Byzantine and Early Christian
architecture, both of which separate
and distinct periods are represented!
hy monuments in t avenna. The Ital-
ian .city is noted] for its tmosaics ano,
these will be touched upon in the
talk.
The spealaer, who is a graduate of
the university of Missouri, took his
philosophy degree in Germany having
studied u inder Strogowsky in Berlin.{
Since 1916 hip has been .the head oft
the department of fine arts in Brown

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DETROIT UNITED LINE$
Ann Arbor and Jackson
TIME TABLE~
(pastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limnited and Express Cars-
& zoo a.m., 7 zoo a.mn., 8Szoo a.mn., 9:0
a.m. and hourly to 9 :05 Pa.
Jackson Express Crrs (local stops
we...cof Ann Arbor)-9:4y n.m., and
every two k'..urs to 9:47 ,1.
local Can, Ens, round- 7zoh a.m.
anc every two bouws qto 9 ;oo p. in.,
r oo p.m. TO Ypsilanti only--: o
p,:" :15t Isa.m.
To Saline--Change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--7 :50 a.mn.,
12:10 Pa..
To Jackson and Xalaruzoo-Lirr.
ited cars S:47, 10:47 na., 12:47, 2:47:
4:47 P.m.
To Jackson and Lansing.-Limited at
5:47 Jpi.m.

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ANNOUN CEMENT
For your convenience whe have opened a regu-
lar Western Union offce at Number 9, Nickels Ar-
cade.
At the present messaes may be filed at this
branch during ;the hours of 9 A. M.. to 6 P'. M. and,
if. found necessary arrangements will be made to
extend the hours-
W ESTFERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY

university and has become one or the
most, prominent of the vyotfnger We
i n his field.'
Remnember, "Jimmie the actak:er's A
number-960.--Aviv.

IT COSTS NO J!ORZ FOR
RIDER'S
SKILILI) rPi-JV LRVICT

between dances
Delicious and Refres nu

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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fountain Pen's, Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplics

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vice-president who will be chnerom1011
members of the junior class; and nomn-
inees for secretary and treasurer will>
~.be chosen from the sophomore class.
Booths in the corridor of the Engin-
eering building will be open from 9 to
3 o'clock. All members of the Engin-
eering society may vote on the pre -
sentation of a membership card. Can-
didates for the offices will he announc-
ed in tomorrow's Daily.
GIMEN 1',ABLE TO SPEAK
BEFORE CHEIMISTS TODAY
Mr.' Andrews IT. Green, president of
the Charcoal Iron company of Anmer-
ica, will be unable to reach Ann Ar-;
bor i time to speak before the chem- '
ists in the amphitheater of the Chemn-
istry building tonight at 7:30 o'clock
as was previously announced.' Prof.
A. E. White, director of the depart-
metof chemical research, will, speakr
in his stead.
"Rolling stones gather no moss,"
but unused fureiture gathers dust.
Call 960.'.. -Av
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.
VICTOR AILMEND1MN~ER
PIANO TUNING
S.'hiooI of Music Tuner
PJIOJE 8062
O(Mee at R~eg., 418 N%'. Division St.
AT JOE PARKER'S
---THIS WEEK
KENNEDY'S KOLIE6IA1NS
with
PHIL DIAMNOND
at Piano
EVERY EVENING 6-8,P. M.
COR:NIVELL (COAL4BLfl(4.

.LMeutenint,5, John A. MacReadly and Oakley G. Kelly, whose endurance
and altitude-.flights at McCook f'el d, Dayton 0., have male them famous.
are now ready to attempt a. non-stop flight -dcross the. continent. They
are now at Mitchell field, 1L. T., frott which point they will star-( for th^
Pacific coast ix an army transport monoplane, '1' 2.

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Candies, Laundry Agency, 'lob accos-

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APPU4C'ION. FOR '233 The .tudent's name and .address and
VICTUJRES DUE TMO'.i 'wn ,ie of the photographer who
All senior' engineers I w UA ,t,.lcuemutb rt
ten o the envelope. No mne, will
get hei piture inclas PPA ~~-be accepted after Friday.
ture must deposit an evelope con-.
taining 50 -cents in the ballot boxJ Just call 960, when you have a
located in the hall over the arch. wanr:--Adv.

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JUSTE ARRIVED :
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Careful Finishing
that Protects your
.lNegatives
We feel a real respon-
sibility for film" left
with us for development.
Negatives cannot. be re-
placed, and there are
often se ve ral exposures in
each roll that are inval-
uable to the owner. Care-
ful methods and scientific
formulae bring results
that justify your entrust-
ing your films to our
finishing department.
Of course. we are
equipped for enlarging -
let us showe you some
samples of our work.

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All Out Doors
Your equipmnt will not be cornplete without music.
along a light, compact Portable Tallying Machine.
We have the finest line of Portable Victrolas. Just
ed our first, shipment of Portable Carolas which whe are
at $20.00.

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Bellin'g :

The L lItrsfutingin
TheAFRCANJUNLE
As intdisputalyl as the lien is king of th'eAfrican ilds~, so is Ir uand Mrs. aliirtiii Johnuson's 1 "1ALYXG 1IFRiC AN WILD) ANIMALS" supreme
aboJ(ve any otlher picture of like subject ever attemputed ' achieved.
Carl E. Akeley, of th~e Am~ericani Museunm of' naturalI History, America's foremost authority ou _Africam, big game, wrote: "'thie picture is by for th~e
tin est thing in wild-life pictuires t!, *It hams coin out of Africa, or any oilier pla;ce for that mratter. It is accurate and truthful, chuck fall of beauty
avd thrills, It is the imost thrilling picture I have ever seem" And if it thrilled Alieley, it'll thrill ANYBO D1. IT'S NE W1 IT'S NOVEL! IT'S
REAL! DON'T 1MISS IT:

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