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OF I ILthe lIettu is constructive noice to all members of
Cagy received unil 320 P. i. (11:80 a. i. satuday,)
THUR1SD~AY, 3MAY 3, I9'23 'umber 14

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Frestiman latl:
Fre! hmnan Band rehearsal *ill be held in tlhe asembly blall at tine
)1' ion at 7 :l - tonight. GEOR:G'E IERCEMgr
flamtl-in G nliona Lecture:
PheIla rliia Garland lecture, postponc.d from March 27, will be Fri-
day, 'May 4, at S p. mn. n }ill Auditorium. _( 'itADES
C .1.Si d f-ats in s u r v e y i ng 2 ' 1 1 O c lo c k Q u i z S e c tio n :
j Will meet in west lecture room of Physics bulding.
II. ]3OUCI-IARID.
C. 0. CAR'EY.

'Scotland Yard

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"Chief" Arrives
For Conference,

pre'sident, Dr. J .II. IHodge , of thle to return to Ann Arl
chiemistry department; and secretary1 tomorrowv.
an d tre a su re r, D r . G eo rg e FH e rr min a u n , - - --- - --ot e m d c l d p r m n .P ~ oi~ a ' v t d e

awkes of Columbia College, Columbia University, will de-
r eture on the subject " Examination and Mental, Tesa"
11day, May 4, in the Auditorium of the natural -Science
:4 tykes coms by the invitation ot the D~anxs of this Uui-
cusinof the new deyelopmuts in~ college and utayvet-
iregard to ex~amitui~onts will be oi nt~erest to the ines -
te. Deanl flawkie-s will speak, more Informally, at
e University Club, F~rday evenin:, 1May 4..
ilr Rese awcb 4{lajbs
ng of the local Chapter of Sigma .XIi :and, of the Junior
ill be held tonight, May 3, at S p. m,. in the Natural &,i-
Professor E. F. Blarker of the Physics' staff will spealt
"Atomie- Structure"4. Members may bring guests.
S. R. GUILD, Sec'y, Sigmp XL.
0. X. BROWN, Sec'y, Junior Research Club.
'961d Ttip:
tllacial Geology 2 will aFsieible at the Natural Science
,y,j May 5, at S a. mn., for a trip by motor truack over west-
oupty. It is important to have the Surface Geology ap
w Folio. Other mapB will be supplied by Mr., Leverett.
FRANK E( VEIRFETT.
ring Inc-peilouiTrip:
to In. Railway Eagiu~esniug' desitrous Of taking the inspec-s
o Uy 4 an~ 5, please get. Ix to cik with W. A. Stauffer in
ecoulmo lations, G. L. LT.

Metallurgi'.tsts 2in(1 eCleveI. Ol
Profs. A. L. White, C. Upthegrov,
IW. P. Wood, and I-I.I,. Camipbell. ,llof'
the depar tm~ent of rietalurgy , are at-
tending the semi-annual me2etinig of
the American Found'ry MAen's asoca-
tion in Clevelanld. The1y are explcted

OUR S PLIL
WI :L ILLA'ST YOU
R)J5PEN s 4G?

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Studenits lit Suzrveying ,2, 1 O'clock Quiz Section:
'Will meet in west lecture room of Physics Building.

Time's Congueror
In Line For Prize,

E. YOUN
'I'HAT'S. GOING

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You AFR

TO. PAY

CHEFAP PRICES

FOR

POOR QUALI TY

MEAT

will meet Thursduy tat 4 p. mi.

\OTJ CE-Capy for this column shiould'
beO sutiiitteflby 3-0 'lokof r
12:15-Eiiglisli depairinient lnchlI :> n
private dining Toom of the UTnion .*,
4:15-WINJ1lam Parklor lectures in room}- C t
203, Tappan hall.RO
4:15-IUniversity Ileiture fitIroom 26)3,1 51'Sirlaiie] Y'il
Tappan hall. ir William i taiwood, chiet of the lCE
8:15-Electrlcal engineering staff din-. w1orld'1s most faimous detec tipvn force,
ner ini private dining room of the is ini N,=«"York City to attendl they
Union. lthird 1 iras oa police onrne
7 :0Ol-Giee- club meets In uplper read ingz ir 'iiam sabitde eea
room of the Union. I during thie Nar
7:15--Froshc band lpractlces, In assem-
bly hall of the Union. SAl;-Icos Frii, it:assembly hail of
7:15-Liberal club mieets in room ~2, Ith Unwnrio.
of the Union.
7 :30--Intersehiolastle manager andj
Athletic association officials meet V- i 31t Nq) fo TI( ES
fratern ity house managers to discuss ;m' ddgowsy for engineeing sxai
housing, of men who attend inter- literary scniors have a.rrived and
scholastic track meet, May 18 and m ay beobt~ilned at Mloe's Sport
f 19. shop.
7 :t) 1lFiltary ball commnittee meetsjTikt o 'mjDasdneonal
in. room 304 of the Union. j now b Iaa ' ook store.
7-:M-La Soctedad Jlispanilca meets i I
room 205, University halt. Noini- r lieseiu''e °]ii C lIt ; Is ts Oiicer ;
ations of officers. Officeers for' t he comuing year were
?: Of-Pi I~elta: Epsilon meets in room elected at a meeting- of the Junior
319 of the Union. IiResear(m cluOlW) tTuesday night
7:30--lfie clubi meets in room "21of 1 wer e; President, Dir. A. L .Nelson,
the Union. o h mathematics department; vice:-
k ,:00-VCurlstlaxi Science society meets o h
in Lane hall.
!3:( :0 -lgmna Xi nmeets in 'Natural Si.
ence auditorium. .

AST

STEAKS
POULTRY

You'll Apjpreciate the

Thec Cheapest Wa3~ is to Buii Good Me/lal

G.. C. IYRItlIS.

tan important meeting and rehearsal in Room 306 of the
iThursray. All lnteresited are urged to be present with
W. W. SPONAG]HL, Mr.
X([QVRWS DAY POCLAMATION.
BY THE QGOVER;IN0R
nplianpe with our bei utiful cuitom, which in a few
come to b© univer ajly ol~erved throughout the land,
'js come to set apart :. day in honor of' American
zlericaA homne is at once the cradle and the bulwark
is finest aun4 best in iour present day civiliiation, and
ca mother is the heart of, that home. if tfie horie
wha~t it should be the major ~portion of the credit
he.
mnpossible- for us to compute the debt,. we owe, our
end it is only fitting that in tbis° way we should pay,
eof re~pect and devotion to the rmothers of the na-
or dead.
ore, by virtue of the authority vested in, me as
of the S tate of Michigaii, I do, hereby designate and
Smiday, M~ay thirteenth, 1923, as Mthers' Day, kad
u our people, both old and young, to gather, in their
aces of worship and ka:e part in, services :appropri-.

QUALITY-SERVICE-PRICES

Professor Steienach .
Professor Steinach, famous scien-j
tist, claims a recipe for making youth3
permanent and turning time back in
its flight,.lHe is reported as one of
those who will receive the Nobel prizeI
for, medicine.
COMPOSE'R TO VISIT HERE
Cuc0tar l Holt, the British composer
and conductor, who is its America for
the purpose of conducting-the Amer.
can premiere of his " l ymn of Jesus,"
will be in Ann Arbor with the. May
Festlval. Hie and his, wife will be the
guests of honor at a faculty supper
to, be given at Martha Cook dormitory,
Sunday.,

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223 N. Mainr St.

U:NAMAM

FRIDAYI
12: 15-Law faculty hinch inlpr Life
(lining room, of the Union.
4: i5-Deau Hawks, of iColumbia, lec-'
tunes in Natural Science auditorium.
7:Q(-Flint club meets ini room 302 of
the Union.
7 :30---Poloia literary circle meets _in
Lane hall.
8:00--Haunlix Garland lecturesAn
Hill audlitoritum.
l i~ W-Final debate of Michiganig h
school debating league in University
Hall.

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Macgregor' s, paldin lsan oters
Ai. LARGE SHIPMEN~T JUST RECEIVED

haent sons u daughters take this occasion to
pr in the old home, or, where auah a visi't is ini-
em senud a messagbe of cheer and greeting."
ante with a resolution of the Congres of the%
X further request the people of 'Michigan oa
~L to display the United States flag in their homes
suita~ble places, as a fitting expreswAoih of their
homnage to American, motherhood.
er my hand and. the Gr~eat Seal of the State this
hi day of April, in the ya, of our. Lord one thou -
red and twenty-three, And of the ConxnmonyvealVl

Frater'nit y :zp: ,gers to ;leet
Officials of the Athletic Asso-
ciatlin and Interscholastic de'-
partmnent will meet the house-
mahaersof 'every fraternity on
the cempus at 7:30 Thursday In
room 318 of 'the Union. Plans
will be discussed for housing
and entertaining the athletes
who will attend the Interschol-
dstic track meet on .May 18 and
19.

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ALRX J. GRtOUI- BECK, Govetor

flat "good values cheap, thru th
IClasifIed coluinns.--Adv.
The: way to rent a room is with r

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Land,
of State.

+ +Are You in thie Market to, uy Y

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1w "low.
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1 . Fifteen boom house, steam heat, 4 .car garage, oak finish, two fireplaces, three
bathrooms (including shower, bath), dormitory, large dining room, slate roof.
per tns. Must be sold before July 1.' Terms.

sets. of French doors, full basemen-t, 2
House wilt accommodate at least 25

2. Thirteen room house, two fireplaces, two large,--living rooms, complete bathi
floors, sleeping porch on second floor, excellent kitchen facilities. This house
modations for twenty persons. Possession July i. Terms.

room with sho-Vvr, doit5 L; fy onthI~r
wil be co iiipletcly redecorated, accon--

There are three very- good reasons for buying
here:
First-Highgrade merchandise th at you acand-
pend upon to serve well,
Second-Ease of selection becau~se oif.complIete-
ness and variety cif stock.
Third--Econ omy in your purchases due to the
very fine values' we offer.
Our prices are reasonable. Our work
high-cass and -dependable.

3. Tweave room house, steam heat, 2 car garage, oak finish, three complete bathrnoomns, htwo firep:laces, Leautiful shrub-3:
beery and trees, possession 'at once. Will accommodate twenty persons. Terms._

For Rent

Geddes Aye:
Lawrence St:
Church St.:

Ten room hous~e, beautifully furnished.

Will rent fr6m ,June 15 to October 1, $100 per monthi.

aFurnished seven room house, will rent from June 1 to October 1, $90 per month.
Eight room house, beautifully furnished, will rent for one year. Possession June 1, $200 per mon01th.

E. Univ.:

Rooming house; 16 rooms, steam heat, 10 bedrooms, includes student furiture, $165 per month.

LOTFS

H-ill St: 100 x 132 ................. ... $6500
Baldwin Aye : 66 x 145 ....... .....$6000
Lincoln Aye : 72 x 128............ .... .:$4000
Day St : 66 x 145............ .. .... $3200

Granger Ave :40 x 128..
Granger .ve :'40 x 132 ...
Granger Ave : 40Ox 132..
Martin PI: 88 x 145 . ..

.$180
.$1300

.$ 1200

$6000

col.I AO O

CHAS. L. BRKOOK S

2 r T'% A T 01 y 1"1 i°1

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