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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'ion .dedicates Memorial Hall

ZThTC OiIH aAY nn i!Fighing zSpirit

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Jilfl l L IULIUL I 11U .. Puzzles Doctorse
HIHLI P1WON~ ORK! It has beensaidtha lci a
#; p4 I:I f iJT';I:fVE3 l:j ' i;! I":CN !has been frightened and puit to flight,{
1;?.1_i 1\A T x D BV that nature gives him additional en-
Ci1..ANGJ I ergy through an increase in seere-
______ tion from the adrenal glands. Thq?
Lansing, May 19-(By A.1'.) Gover- adr'enal glands, there are two of thiiim,
nor Groesbeck has asked L Whitney aelctd utaoe ahc h
l Watkins, state agricultural commis- CkYe~zn h ru~zo hspe
sioner, and Roy C. Vandercook, head vailing supposition, Dr. Louis 1I. W-
of the public safety department, to re- field, of the medical school, saiid ;Ga
port on the feasibility of placing part time ago, "There is considerable dif-
of the inspection work conducted by, ference of opinion among nedit l mezr-
the agricultural department. in the' of today, as to whether the increased
ihands of the state police. It is the production of adrenialb ie secretion
governor's belief that the police could does produce an increased condition
(take over the work of inspecting can- of fighting spirit. There is one set:
ning factories for insanitary practice, :of men that say by test if two ai -.
and rural gasoline filling stations for nrals, say, a dlog and a cat are pila-wi
complaints of short measure, with together in a cage and angered, ii
economy to the state.I will be found that there is an in 'reac:e
Representatives of the safety de- in adrenaline secretion in the blood
partment, he points out, are now re-t of the cat and the dog. Yet there
qluired to tour much of the state in-' are other mien who have, not I0Oeii
spectin kerosene. They are scatter-' alyle to find this increase of secre-{
ed about in posts and details are con- tioan."
stantly scouring the state for law vio=; Dr. "Warfield went on to say, "It
lators. The governor is' of the opin- these glands were to be removed from
ion that inspectors fro~n the various an animal, that individual wouldl die
departin. fits cross each other's trailsThyaeavtlndsetilpr
and cause needless expense to theIofthearganitalandwesenIannot
state. He asserts that the state pof ustnaetheoranspsihownvrIhant -
lice can handle the inspections effect- subtatioatrenathe sppostion thlt adt-
ivl and that the cnettionof ill-tioa deaiesceinwl
meetmigt pemitredctaion crease a being's fighting spirit. Thcere
I spaio wok i th saetydeprt-is nothing in this supposition that can.
pay Trolls of some departments. becle1afc.
Inquiry shortly will be made as to
the possibility of placing the inspec- «3"s' We'ek Cliing aut 01T",,o~
tion of' fisheries, now conducted by the' Owosso, May 19-- (Bly A.1.)-Elahbor-I
conservation department, in, the safe- ate plans for celebrating boys' week;
t3, department. which begins May 20, have been madet.
Patronize The Dally advertiser:;. Theobserved thepuli scoo. il

S.C. A. to 11'mpiloy lxecitiv e Secretary
't-lIE S;1- tsi, ':hri.S UOn a1IssocIat ion,.
according to latest plans, is to eml-
pioy an execultive e'ear hs
al-".r. \'.:wil1 Ie'the irei on () of the ge
era capu:wor,1, andythe -guidanc(e
of studenrt initiative.
r "w .,1. *h;AioTorssCamp
T~knsB--!May 1(yA.P.)--The'
v illage council has set as ide a lar7ge,
:r act here focr use as a free summer111
lonrii s camn.
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for pfect;'
TAXI SERVICE

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Bl1o gong Memorial Hall and left. to right, ""aidd'" Schick, dejparttneli
commander of the American Legion, Alvin Ows ley, national con-
mnandler, and William NeCanley.
In the presence of National Commander, Alvinl Owsley; Department
Commander, "Daddy" Schick;. Retiring Department Commander, William
Mc~auley; and other notables of the order, the American Legion dedicated
xwith notable ceremonies at Bloomington, the first memorial hall erected
in Illinois to soldiers of the late war. This structure, just completed1, is the
headquarters of the state department of the Legion-.and also contains rooms
for me~mbers of the Grand Army of the,-Republic and also for veterans of
the8 Spanish-American war. The coist was $150,000.
OINRES IN, FANCE REUNIONS OF CLA9SSESTOu
DOUBLE IN1SJ31PRECEECOMMENCEMENT
IN I, TY. DESERTION AND More thtan 1700 auimm- are expected
- BIEAKOJG 'AiIILY TIES to be in Ann Arbor for the class re-
IS CAUSE u tnions to be held. the .week end 'pre-
-. ceding Commencement. Secretaries
Paris, Mlay 19, (flyA. P.)-Divorces of 23 classies have signifled -the inten-
have. doubled in France since =the wvar,I' tion of thei.r class-mates to hold reun-
according to figures made public re- ionss ;.and a number more are expect- tcopeearnmns'so.
Gently. The number will be slightly smaller
A general divorce law was first than last year because many of the
passed in France in 1884, and in thatj more recent classes will not meet this
year there were 1,657 divorces. year. -
In 1923, the number of divorces was Friday, June 15, has been, designat-
15,372. In 1919, when the armies wereI ed_ as Reunion day at Which time all
being disbandedi and people were free returning alumni will r'egister at alum-
to pu~t their houses in order,'this z4um- ni headquarters in Alumni Memorial
ber reached 19,465. In 1920 it reached hall. The dedication of the W. L..
31,456, in 1921 the number was 30,498, I Clements library will be. held in the
an~d the past year 30,753. j afternoon, followed by the Univer-
The causes of this increase of di- sity of Washington baseball game at
vorces are not tabulated, due''to the Ferry field and a student entertain-
secrecy of court proceedings relating ment at Hill auditorium in the even-
to family affairs. ing.
However, the general causes are in- The annual alumni meeting at which
fidelity, desertion, and the slow break- president Burton will deliver an ad-
ing up of the family tie during the 1dress will be held. the next morning'
war, with the greater freedom that In Hill auditorium, followed by ax

Extraordinary Values in Women s,
Misses' and Children's Hats on
Sale. Satur-day morning
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Safety in Transit.
PromptSevaice.
Cornfort.
Reliable Cars.
Swift
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are ant "investment in good appearance."

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Afer Yuut
Clothes will be an important question 'wvithi you f rm nowv on.
Wherever you gos, your personal appearan:e \willsmake alat
ing impression. Successful men dress wecll.
,Kuppn'k~eimU
GOOD -CLOTHES

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expression of your character and your personality.
We have an unconmonly fIcelt of K u--ppenheimer suiits on
exhibit now. Styles especially desligned lfor yoimgn en,

$40

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--the house of Kuppenheimer good clothes
211 SOUTH MAIN'ST.

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Oxfords in
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PLATE AND 10 CARDS $3.50 AND UP.

has come to women wlicr began to, alumniT luncheon in Barbour gy.
tar'n their living during. the war. mm. The ,afternioon will -be oc-
Both sexes, it is said, have lost in' l ass :meeting and "stunr.
some measure.- their sense of moral hill auditorium grid- the second
responsibility. Another cause given ball game - with the L ivcers
is nervousness growing out oftheWshnto.A, Senate recep-tia
war, mndg' bath sexes less able to } be hield in the evening. - '
bear the restraints~ and trials of mnar- 11111- auditorium will again s l
Tied life.' Yet another cause is the enter of attraction Sunday -m
tolerance- of the courts and the ease for the Baccalaureate. Conin
with which divorces mnay be obtained, meat IAlonday morning is expec
one factor of which is the cheapness causee many of the visit ors to
of the decree, obtained through law- long their , stayt in order tosEs
yers, whop, in recent' years, 'have be- classes of '23 join the ranks
guin to advertise: "Divorce in three alumni.
months, on credit, and no payment________
unless decree obtained."
Chiewical Engineers Elect Officers-
- Offcers for next year were electedt th me in of he s ul t h t r
of the American Institute of Chemical
Engineers held W ednesday In- the Un--
ion. Charles E. Mueller, '23E, was
elected president; Alfred M. White, -
'2:1s, vice-president, anld F. IT. .An-"
drews. '25E, secretary-treasurer. Prof.
A .*.White and Prof, E.1H. Leslie
both- of the chemical- eng-ineering de-
partment, gave short talks, principal-
ly on the value of graduate worI~k.-

100 CARDS FROM YOU

JR PLATE, $1,75

universit
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WA'Hfl'S IE T

A WORLD CONVENTION 0N BUSINESS PROMOTION

DOWNTOWN

108 S. MAIN

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One Idea

that Brought $20,0

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in Sales

A western merchant attended a great advertising convention,
and heard a speaker tell how his firm had. increased sales
through the establishment of a mail sales department, to
serve those who read his newspaper advertisements, but
lived at a distance. The merchant asked the speaker some
-questions, returned home and persuaded -his partners to let
him establish such a department, The sales of this depart-
ment now exceed $200,000 a year.
Whether you are a member of the Associated Advertising
SClubs or not, you may attend the
NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION
ASSOCIATED ADVER'TISING CLUBS of theWtORLD
Atlantic City, June 3 to 7, 1923

Gradualtion

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JAZZ OR CLASSIC?

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taste .in music

Nothing could', be more fitting for a Grad-
uation Present than a beautiful Watch.
4 m'atch is a constant reminder of the giver.
ArthurHC.Anl

The 5000 business men aind wo-
men attending this meeting will
exchange experiences and ideas.
There will be grist for your mill
there. Information and inspiration
upon which a bigger, more prosper-
ous business can be established
await you. If you have a dollar and
I have a dollar and we trade, we
have one dollar cash. But if you
have an idea and I have an idea,
and we trade, we are both en-

In addition to the sessions of the
convention, loaded full of business-
building ideas, there will be a great
educational exhibit of advertising.
Share with us the joy of June in
Atlantic City. What a delightful
place it is in that delicious monthl
Ample hotel accommodations at
reasonable, guaranteed rates, ad-
mirable transportation facilities,
special railroad rates-a great busi-
ness opportunity and a chance to

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Share with us the joy of
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can be satisfied if you own one
of our radioph~one outfits.. The
music comres through the air

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