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THE MICHIGAN L)ATL'k

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i utletia #u ooutrtW'U,. aotie to all imembers'of
rpy reei'e until 2:30 D. m. (11:24) a. min. urda,.)
SATURDAY, MAT 12, 1%23 N tmber 162

12 :0--0ien forum, Congrega l=omil gynasliium
Church. Prof. A RF.Godrich wHi d(ay evening.,
speak on "Poetry andligon" 10 ('( lock.
4::30--Oipei house at Wpsle y hltl,
stuidents at-Presby terian chur 'b, 1le,(F athers

wvll] he Op1): i d{H: Honrary Societ
Mayllt~lT f'2, 30 0c Intate sThree
Td i O n fe e. ~n J ?> f;a 1<l'lLCER1 l

the

1- ersity Senate:
fourth regula~r n4eting of the U~niversity Senrate for the yea.r
6.0 will he held in Room C, Law fluilding, on the evening of Rion-
y 14, at 8 o'clock.
ordter of bus iness8Neill include:
Annual report of the Board in Control of Stuident Publfication'S.
Roport of Deans' Conference on the u:;e and msisuse of key; of
Election of Secretar'y for th~e yeair 1 2..924.
JOHN W, I3RADSH'AW,
Secretary of the Senate.
Conell;
next regular rmeeting of the Senate Council wtiill be held on M4ond ay,
at 4: 15 p. n., In tle President's office.
F. F,. PROT3BI NS. ,Secretary..
~J S. M~ackenzie, Litt. D., LL.D., Professor of lPhilosophy in the
ity of Wales, formerly Fo'llow of the Universities of Glasgow a~d
Ige, 'will deltv-er two Uniyrirsity lectulres on Monday and Tuesd.ay,
and 15, as follows: (1) "The Three-fold Commonwealth," Monday,
at 4:15 p.mn, in Natural Science Auditorium; (2) "'Our Present Out-.
Philophy," Tuesday, May 16, at 2:00 p.m., in''Room 1B, Law, Build-
e public i$ cordially invited. '..E. ROBBINS.,

x :4--Hobart rg'uildaves h- fa rris hlj
for. steal: roasi.
Aeroplanes, G-as." 1fcct of miodern
inventions on socierty.
G :34-11'lcv,1a ii icaldueeti. illi.Netlt.
odist church.
UNTICT1ES
Seniors intrested ihi the business
training course in non-technical
subjects given by tho CGeneral Elec-
tric con~pany should (consult Roberti
W1ieneke either by ph one., 1454, or,
by seeing him in room :,02) of the
Union any afternoon this week' a i k t fo W e or h l. r
dlay, May 18, may be obtainedl froml
Williamu Galbraith, 604 South Wtate
street. A~e has also a limited nums-
her of couple tickets left1.
Wimitsey requaests minn~ueriI1% for
the May issue be sent in as soon as
piossible and not later than May 1.
An exhiit ion of the Iii & Iitrdelen
Long competition sketcheis, loaned
to the architectural college by "Pen-
cif Points," is now being shlown in
the glazed case in the archit.ctural
corridor, main floor,, Engineering

ay,

Th e initiates were LTouis~e TT. MtI crn, I ,
x':41, Madge 0. Walborn'11' , nd
Charles L. Carter, '221. Prof. C. ,11.
Stockton of the pharmacy departtmnt
was he peaer ehrseuhiqthe fa"-
The
Typewriter and Stationery Store
0- D. MORRILL
17 Nickel, Arcade
-lif you write we Wite it -

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James T. E . uf, Sr.,2LL
P;ay City lawyer and member of
the Bo~ird in Control OIAhltisJVIO
is f. ... .7,. 3 .. am ong L r,-.r. A .r.,, 1 +'r1,.O

raial Geology 23, ;Satu1'day, May 12:
ake the special car at, the corner of State and Packard
te snap in the Ann Arbor Polio showing nmoraines and
[ return at noon. F~RANK LEVERETT.
De~troit, Ronday, Moy 1.1,-023 (For St dents Taking
ring courses):

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to

i1. (1) Trip tlwut Ford' Highkln Park Plant:.-
142 (2) Trip thru Packard Motor Co.

Anin Arbor on 7:00 A. -X. Tntiruonan Car. Cliknge
an to Grand Belt city car to Wood ward car. Arrive at
Tce at about 9:30. Inspectio'n trip N,-thi special guides.
pla.nt about 12 noon.1
Woodward car down town,
Lunch
a-tiot cear to 14t. FElliott; change to north bound Harper
Vest Grand Blvd. Walk two blocks east to Packard main;

ht (Yrder thult the stutleiils"Wid the' this eening l 's ' Ilttiers'i)ay bnquelrlt
pubhlic may have an opportunity to at thle [Onion:
see the decorations for the 'archi-
tects' dance, with the speciall illumn-
ination used f'or the party, llarbotir Daily Classifieds for real results.-!
~~~WILLIA OHEV]w .I LgTS 2
S N A Y 1 )l\N E U - I1
0 U HRIN'r1ain Cr xm1
" N N1= Olives Celery iidisl es °-
7 R~oast Sirloin 13ec.;J
RostLCT~;)wn Z; ravC
f fA f* '' TIRoas;t lYoung ('hick}"11with
Cut Wax ns-
"Onl"tale squr's" no idle lest. j Mashed PotatoesBol
Ourhrge ll' 1 is fa-we (do our
bePst. -C o1ubinattli iU1iod<;
-Mr.Quick. 2 head lettc ';l('ucumber and
W En.;re conscientfio 1sc ptlmb- Tiao-
VT rs, giv ing ynyu 3our )ESSERT
m1onley's wori th wa (l er 0) _0,S -oe1\heCer
thalt -1014,11you uteed .1 plumber 5Strawberry Sh-ort c viJ1,w1t
3'ou1 wanIt us. 2Whipped Cre('!
- t: Bauqufeyt l af
12 Pto °2 1). 31
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A daring picture'
~of the dazzling
>alome "who has
sreated - a 'furore'
dramna; in opera.
n song and story!
4nd now a screen
portrayal thatt
delights the eye
and beguiles
the senses! F
4P~LS O(VANT
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SPRING SHiO

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1107 S. UNVERSI

ill' be' no meeting of M. 1;,. 29 on Monday,
fy your instructor if you expect to go.
call on trips will he excused for the day=
W.

Mayv 14. Be
T[hore who,
at the A oit.
E. LAY.

nieetuinAg of the University Rifle Club,- Tuesdayq, May
e Union for the election of officers, All out.

7 ,ere

SGOING ON

WILLIS SHIPPAM.
2:0-VarAdty bend uneet. Ia ne (call,
wear uniforms.
12:30- -Track meet, Mtichigan v,. 11-
linois at Ferry field.
4:3-Hanrluet for Fathers in asseml-
lily hall of the Union, showe at
Mimessafter banquet.
7 :00-pper lloonm' Biblo clw s s eets
in Lane hall.;

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unly

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'of

leaves cor.ner of'
.d for geology field

SUND .[
;93-Fivist Ae i),a]oseets in Upper room or banfe hall.
12:0---stideWnt Class, ('u1i hof Vu4
Imeets in Upper room of Lane hail.
12 :00--Shident Bible class'es meet hi
Wesley' hall.

wommism

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441ce race,
and rider"

we make

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all the Donuts in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor's Best Qponuts.
iDonuts
heres adiffereuce"
CALL 664
tx ANN ARBOR, MICHi.
3 W. Liberty St.

Paint

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your pictur,
gether. Do
opportunil
value and p:
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igan Sons!.I
is here haver
e taken to-
in't miss the
L y you will
rize in after'
ars w
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K EEP your MJiouse looking its b5est at all
times. :beeping up its appearance wil
keep up your pride in it.
Plant Bowers and grass seed. Trim up"
the shrubbery and vines. Don't let rubbish
accumulate in either the front or back yard,
Then, paint your house with Lowe Brotlio
ers High Standard-the investment paint.
Lasts longer than most other paints. and
looks lbetter as long as it lasts. "This means
that repainting won't be necessary so soon.
Hfi hStandard costs a few cents more per
:gallon, but you need fewer gallons, there.
fore you begin saving money right 4t the
start.
We wrill gladly prove to you that the
difference between Lowe brothersJ and
other paints is more than a mere difference
of opinion.
Come _in' andl ask for interesting liter~
Lure and look at the s~n'ple panels.
OSWALD UHERZ

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