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May 19, 1923 - Image 12

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r Dunetmu toconstruotive notice to all members d
g7 received until, I20 o, m. (11: 39 . a. nA 7~u.)
SATURDAY, MA11A1, ]1:;3 Iiuiner 16S


Hull, C, 1D.
Hollday, It. A.
.MHoot, R. ,A.
1Hulscher, H. T.
H-unter, C. W.
K~ao, C. Y.
Klase,"C.' W.
1LamsIK. 1.
~andre, .J. H-.
Lovell,, L. C.
Maeler, L. A.


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S~huffmiaw H.
Shaw, H-. T.t
Sipe, R. J.
Spence, H. A.
Taylor, F .'C.
Ure, C.
VanVilet, R.
"Weil, H. L.
Weiss,. S. A.
Wightmnan, E. R.
Woltzen, L. J;
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.

1i.1Annual Seasoni
lit GladysIi'. gei's Satirica1l Cofiedy

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Suggestions for
Commencement Gifts

Day Proclamaton; By the Governor:
surrender to Grant at Appomattox marked the close of the Civil
h had cost this country millions of treasure and many, many
of precious lives. Three years later Memorial Day v~as insti-
onor the memory of the brave men who hud give-n their lives
ion cause. /
oration passed and America again found herself in arm~s, not to
rebellion but to establish the liberties and maintain th1eights of
,inter republic.
han a score of years saw the outbreak of the great conflict anld,
irst it seemed that we mighit be able to keep out of it, as the
essed it became more and more evident that the fruits of liberty,
the heart of every American, were seriously menaced and that
our naiioual independence we must take our place by the side
w-ho were battling for the freedom of the world. We all know
We know how splendidly on land' and sea our gallant soldiers,
(1 marines upheld the honor of the American name.
rial Day 'is for the men who took part in these wars, but our first
ill be for the grey-haired veterans, that fast thinning blue line
p 'is growing feebler year, by year; and in this thoughtfulness for
idlier none winl join more heartily than the younger veterans.a
ant wars,
fare;~ in order that we may pay a tribute of respect and affection
viving veterans of the Civil War, tihe Spanish American War and
World War, andi do honor to the memory of their fallen comrades,
sincerely urge that Wednesday, May thirtieth, 1923, be fittingly
a Memorial Day; and I earnestly appeal to the people 'of Mic~hi-
arty co-operation in plans for tl** observanw g~t ax..
emnorial Day flags should be displayed at half-staff until noon and
.ed to the top of the staff.
under m~y hand and the Great Seal of tiie State this fourteenth day
the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-thretes
j ommonwealth the eighty-seventh.
CH{ARL.ES . D4~ LAND, Secretary of state.
ind Certficale Fees:
three. more days remtain, including today, for te actual paymtent
asurer of the University of the fee payable by any person receiv-
loina or certificate at Comnmencemnent, 1923. The Treasurer 's
losed this (Saturday) afternoon, Such payments cannot be 'ac-
,r 4:00 p..im., 'Tuesday, May 22.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
ianiber of the University staff supposedly receiving The Michigan
,er the contract between the Regents and The Daily is requested
any failures of The Michigani Daily's Circulation Department to
iveries. These reports should be sent pI om'ptly to the office of
Lairy of~ the University: Only by receiving notice of failures to
n thie University business office or The . Michigan Daily itself
.k oa actual performance of contract.
Lnnounoenent. copy:
from last year's Announcem~ent have been sent by the messenger
ids of' departments in the Literary College asking for complete
the Announcement for 1923-1924 to 'be handed in before June 3.
compliance is requested. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
memb~ers of the Faculty wtiho teach Engineering student-s:
Colulodate the large number of students who will attend the gur-
mpl this summer, it is necessary' to conduct two camps. The
wlho have. been chosen for the first camp will leave the University

Try Ohur Business Men's Lunch
11:30--:00 65C-
Jiennedy's Orchestra
11:30 - 4:00
Corinwell Coal Bldg.

"1The ,Truth;:
The public performance of Clyde Fitch's "The Truth" schteduled for
May 10, Iin the series of Play Production plays, will be given on Monday,
May 28. R .' 1). T. HOLLISTER.
E Field frip Glacial Gelogy 123, Saturday,,May 1 :
A special car has been engaged for this trip toi Detroit and Wyandotte,
which will leave, State and Packard at 8 a. in. regaratess of weather, and
~return to Agin Arbor by 2 p., ni. It is expected that every student who has
elected this Course 23'will be Oresent. Any student not present will' be,
required to pay, his share of the expense for the car, about $1.170 each, for
! the round' trip. It is important to'carry the Detroit Folio,i and the' Surface

Geology map of the Ann'Arbor Folio.

Would advise carrying lunch.

That -Hunch
605 Church

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4-8 -Nickel's Arcade


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I Z TICE-Copy for this column .should
be submitted by +a:30 o'clock of
the. day before publication.
91 :9-General assembly of high school
editors in reading room of the Un-
f9:00--Univrslty Y. IT. C. A. breakfast
in Barbour gymnasium.'
9 :30-)GL,1 P. A. confer~ence discus-
10:00-Buslitess meeting of the MIN It.
I'. A.
11:00-Talk to J. 1. P. A. by 1'. H.
11 :30--Farewell address to 13f. 1. P.
A. by M. B. Stahl..
12:30!Aiuni of School ofk Music
luncheon in room 318 of the Union
2:8O-laseball game, 3tinesota vs.
Michigan, Ferry field.
i 2:30-Fifth May festival concert In
-I kilauditorium.1
3:30-Lawn fete at Helen Nenberrr
600--Slgnut Delta Kappa- dinner In
r'oom '318 of the Union.
6:15---A. S. If. E. dinner in room :118
of the Union.
I $:30-Banquet for AL . 1' . A. in as-
senmbly hail of' the Union.
7;00-Upper Rtoim IBible class meets
in Lane hall.
[',7 :30(-Craftsmen club metln3g in the
Masonic temple.
I7.30-Chinese Students' club social
meeting in 'Wesley ball.
8:00-Sith May Festival concert In
Hill auditorium.
8 :00-Dance at Helen New berry resi-
9 J:30--Univeait3ilte's ible class
meets in Upper Room -of Lane hall.
j 0:30- 1ible school, Church of Christ,
Lana hall.
9aO-Student Bible class meeting In
Congregational church.
10:30-Rtegular morning servtices ,in
Ann Arbor churches.
1':00-Studenlts' Bible class and Men's
Service club, Church of Christ, Lane
I all.
I12:00-Op en forum.. Prof. I. 1,. Sharf-
man will speak on the "Religion inE
the Synagogue.'.
1 2:00--Student Bible classes. meet in
Nk esley hall.

2:-45--College students and young peo-
ple meet at Congregational church
before going to sing at University,
4:00-Young lColl' ,hour ati Congre-
gational church. Miss Ruby Carl-
ton will tell of her experiences.
0 :30-'tudents' ifike to F. E. Royce's
farm on Geddes avenue. 'Picnic sup-
per furnished by committee. Open
air service on "The God of Nature."
If rainy weather, meet at church at
6:30 o'clock.
5 :30-Opent house at Wesley ball,;
S:130-Preesbyterianm social hoar 'and
discussion for students, led by John
Schepers, '24.
6 :30-Christian Endeavor, Church; of
Christ'. Lane hall.
1'6-, Wesleyan. guild meets ut 3I011-
Iodist church.


It's true efficiency
Class ief eds-,Adv.

to use Daily

Read The Daily "Cla,

Keep up appea:

Literary, freshmen are reuested to pay
their dues at once. The class has
several assessments to mleet immed-
iately and sufficient funds are lack-
ing. Send $1 to K. Morgaride,, 431
Thompson street.-
International water color exhibit. un-
dier auspices of Ann Arbor Art as-
sociation in wfest gallery of. Alumni
Memorial, hall,- until tomorrow. Ad-
mission 25 cents to all non-members
Iof'the association..
Seniosiumust pay their diplomafie
at' the office. of the treasurer^ of the
University at any time= until 4 o'-
clock Tuesday afternoon, May 22.
All fraterntities and Ikouse clubs -who
will 'volunteer to entertain small
groups oif visiting high school edit-
ors today are requested to call John
Bacon, between 1 and 5 o'clock this
afternoon, at the Chimes-office in the
Today is the last dlay to get ?li1101g:11-
ensians. All persons who have sign-
ed up for copies are urged to get
their books as soon as' possible.
Stuadents of, the literary college plant-
ning to transfer next September to
one of the professional schools orI
Icolleges, not on the combined curri-
h~ula, should make' application to the
iRegistrar o-f the University; before
RussIans Display Patriotism
Moscow, May 18.-(By A.P.)- The
Soviet press exploits the theory that
war may come out of the dispute with
E England; hundreds of provincial Russ-4
'ians have volunteered; this is ,hailed I
by the papers as. a "remarkable display
of pjatriotism ."

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After the rains
suits cleaned ' a
Whaetemscleaning and pressinj
in Ann Aj






sible to conduct regular examinationa in all
Intruetors are authorized either to give grade-
u's43 a special examination period durintg the
ay, Wednesday, Thursday, May 28, 29, 34, 3_1.
io desire to conduct eantinations at that tine
ecretary Hopkins prior to Monday night, May 21.
t session are as follows:
Mathews, L. R.
Merriam, It. D.
Minard, R. J.
Moody, E. E.t
Mooney, J. E.
- , ortenson, P.
Nagel, W. B.
--Nelson, J. .
Orr, .1. M.
Parsons, M. B.,
Perez, S. V.
Piggott, Al. M.
Polhamus, J. It. '
Preston, R. W.
Bader, L. F.
Rtobertsotn,'K. B.
Rtockwood, B. 3.
Rtosatti, R. F.
Rose, H. F.
Saunders, Wmn. K.
Schetnerhorn, E. W.




~Kntucky Egg and Lump West Va. Egg and Lump -1
I - Pocahontas and Coke
Office - Cornwell Block. '
MR. STEWARD-Do You Want the Best?
'The best; ingredients often make a difference in, the quality
:and taste of food.
By buying in medium large quantities you will find the best
to be the cheapest. We especially recommend, for" general,
all round purposes-

- V.

PAINT-It's Like Bread; ti
as much in. the making
from what. it is made

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Tba btiteamzlinc Elgin, cased in yellow. whte or grten gold
-y r gold-fled--plain or engraved,$0 $2flf,$0,$3,
- according to quality of case
When You Give a Graduation Watch.
-Give It for a Lifetime
Almost everywhere you go you hear- people
apologizing for the "shortcomings" of their
'wa tches..
Poor tinme is a bad national habit due
-very largely to original selections of cheap
wi Iatches, bought merely as jewelry rather
than for their timekeeping accuracy.
In considering your graduation gift watch, Coe in and let
us sliow you our display of Elgia gift watches.


Take two women-=your wife and your neighbor's, f
pile. They both use the same flour, and yeast. Both bc-
ithe same kind of oven for the same length of time.

iYour wi fe's bread invariably turns out best.
ithe making-her way of making it.


f-' . . ; s.

It's exactly, the same with paint. The list of mat(
- thich it is made is only ,half the story-hardly that.


Painters and home owners have
learned that the difference in 'its mak-
ing is one of the big things that
makes Lowe Brothers High Standard
tie idependable paint it is.
&IBaQ' hap 'much to 'do with its

lastingness. It is one
reasons for its splend(
qualities-for its econon
ing properties.
We recommend this g
you because we know it
satisfactory service,

Or the most suitable flour for Pastry Baking-
Mimico Pastry

Ohitrl n

You Will Find 'That Our
All Purpose Flours





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