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fitI M ICHA-11N DAIW\

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uILy OFFICIAL BLLEI
tcati~n in Lbo ulleti I couastruettv'e notice t4b all momib er of
Univesrsity. Corry receiv~d until.R !30 r). m: (11:30 a. 'm. saturdai.)
rte 3 TRIWRSDlAY, 3M 24, 19:3 Nmher 17""
is in Rnsiness Adinistration:
B3urke Smith of the Illinois Bell Telephone company will be In
106, Economics Building Thlurscday, May "24, to interview students
ed in positions with that Comnpany.
1wlMlltl . DAY.
an Cb*,mical RoeetT, U. of X eto
ezt meeting of th~e local Sectioa will be held. on Thiirsday, My
t 9:15 p. m. in room :303% of the. Chemistry building. Mr. a. 4l,.
will speak on "The Chemistry of as Automnobile Engine,."
Interested are invited to attend.
C. C. MEtLOCE18, Socretary.
rma
ere will be a meetivo of Phi Sigma for the election of Officers Iin
7 231, N. S. at 7:30 p. mn. Thursday, Way 24.
See.-Treas.
Ity of M1ch1iafl Band:
arsday, May 24, 1923 3:30 p. tn., Formatt=n at Lane 11all for Illinois
-Dress Uniform.
0 p. Mn. Outdoor Conert anid Senior Sing on Campus..,Tia+ lka,
Looks.
W' Ii LFE D + yWILSON, .DIroctor.
SSf',10fol:
fessor Karl F. NWeuckeb ch, distinguished Viennese internist, will_
ithe Medical School oni Friday morning, May 26th, at eleven o eloclL
West Amphitheater. The subject of his lecturer will be announced

dipoalof thae University of Michigan a schaolarshaip for one year, with
prospect of reappointmniit, for a student enteringo-,e cf the tree yeaj~r pro-
iession,,l courses in engineerinag leading to the degre~e of Engine<er of
Mfines, Mtallurgical, Civil, Electrical, Mechanical or Chemical Engineer o~r
Atster of Science In Irndustrial Engineering.
Any one interested may apply to Professor W. H.# Hobbs, I )ce. an F.
Kraus or Assis ant Dean George W. Patterson the eommitee icha rge
for further information.
GEORGE W. PATTERSON. Chrairmoan.

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100 CARDS FROM YOUR PLATE $1 75

WHAT'S GONG N
AOTI E- -op1 for this column slhotl',
e sv itteil by 4--40o'clock of
the day before publicaton.
THHISDAV
7:10- -dey commnunon In W11llainC
Memorial chapel of Harris hall. 'I
12 zl5-Dental faculty lcon .iln
private dining room' or the Union.
I4AKt---Baseball game, Illinois vs. Mich-
igan. at Ferry field..
1x4I-Lecit -e by Prof. r. Juday to
room 214 of the N-atural Science
!building.
0; 4:1---La Soeiedad IIispun~lica picnic
-it the fireplace. Leave from front
of Bill auditorium. If rainy weath-
er ineeting will be in room 205 of
University hall.
%16:13-Intaanural asisocimition dinner
in roomn 319 of the Union
7r :Q0b-Seniors gather in front of giled-
ical building for first outdoor con-
cert.
7 :00-2arsly hand, outdoor cconvert
on cainpus, bring racks and march
books, no u~niforms.
7 :I 3. Uirn and Blade meeting in room
304 of the Union.
7 :30--Phi Sigma meeting In room Z-
231 of the ]Natural Science building.
Election of officers.
7'.3 --1l lDelft% Ept~1onmeetbig Jill
room 325 of the Union.
r : eoriii--Yfi s of F;orei gn Wa rrs
smoker in reading r oon of the Un-
ion.
7::3-Republican club niceting il
zoom 306 of the Union.
8 :00--King'N 1)aughters reception ih:
assembly hall of tine Union.
S:i0 --Cltasses in Play Production pre-
wsent three one-act plays in Univer-
sity Hall.
;4.04(--Pod0v!4 yrei emit four plays in the
D~odo playshop.

Stiidenks ef t0e fi{4'1' $x co(e .r j ;klIt.
nine; to transfer next Septembear fto
onte of thc roie is>na lschool cor
col{3leges, noct on theo combinedi Cu :i
eulla, should Imia pp!i;ca ton to the
Registrar o*' the J-!iversit et.
lu ,Afia represcntaltive iI. IroomI?:202 'of theI
Union: at 7 o'clock : t y and to-
mro opd i>il.c 1;rete in work for the sIumr.
for Rhodes stIcolarshi hld havel.wo
their app~lications with iafl 'c den-j
tials in hand not later than Satur-
dlay noon, June 2.: leti idiormi-+
ation, conference andaplato
blanks at the of i en of ihl(l, dut
school.
All cli~~ reasitrers and I resur,1 s o
other studenit orgailzation1s re e- #
ctuired to subm'Lit their ac counts toy-)
Registrar hr G. 1Hall for adt
(before Junie'10, iunder pen a,,,yii
forfieting Vtheir eete' reisif
rthe duty 1)e nettl:ctQrl. The matter
should be attended to at 9Inee.
rfrYe4)utsfor Infia n P i ativitiesre
wanted immediately. Eight aMist's-
ant managers are to be selectedc1 for
next year. All me ninterested inl
this branch of work should get:i
touch with the Intramural depai,
mnent, 2268, at once.E
Mr. Burke Smithl of the llls is anylio
Tfelephone company will be in room
106, Economics building today to
interview student's interested in
potion s withi that: company.,
All R .T C. I (~men who are oig
to catm this summer atld Have not
had the typhoid inoculation. will re-
port at the Ilealth service this
morning.
SUITS MAY CTIECK'
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A WORLD

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ord DuntaanyS "The Tents of the Arabs, " Gertrude Jenninig's '"r%-I
athe Soup and the Savory," and Susatn (kispelts"Sppressed Desires"
e presenited tonight (sMay 24) promnptly at 8 o'clock in University Hall. .
progi ant ir, past of~ the series of plays and recitals offered by the1
es in flay Prduction. An admnission wuill be charged.
R. D. T. >HOLLIS'TER.
and D1 4e (' tl:
Ian and lade Club will hold ' a special business meeting tonighit at
o'clock~ in' Room 304 Michigan Union. This the last meeting of than
lr all business must be wound up. Wilfred Hocking will gire a
.e of the proceedings of the National' Convention at Chicago. .1. E.
, Coordinator;,'will be pre,ent to diseu..u some new .rulings 'of the
uns 'Bureau.'A new sectary will, beelte at this tine.
* JOIN A. BO CE,
President.
The liast imeeting of the Cluj) for the presont yeoar will be hold. in room
1, Natural Science Building at 7o'lltk p. mn. on Thursdlay, iMay 24th,
Memorial ineetlng to Douglas Iloughton. "A Brief Outline of Hough-
ife with Notes on. IssBEotanical W'ork."--34 minutes, by Mrs. J1. IJ.I
rti. "Douglas Houghton's Con1tribution to the Geological Survey or
lgan."-30 mninutes; by Miss Helen M., Martin.
k11 Anterestod are cordially invited to attend.
.,. M. GOULD, Soerete ry.
,'~ annual banquet and initiation of the Michigan chapter or th(*
qty of the Sigma Xi will be held ait the Michigan Union Friday, May
t6:15 p. mi. Following the initiation ceremonies the retiring presi-
Professor A. F.Shull, will speak upon the subject, "The University
lchig-.u in 1920."
'lection of officers for the next two. years will be held during' they
&s part 'of the' meeting. Miembers and Associates desiring to attend
ha;ve not already notified the Secretary 'should do so at. once If they
:t hayve a.place reserved.
STACY'R. GUILD, S; cr tary.
Eairip, at Cq.lumbiaPUiversity:
f he School of. :Minos, Engineering anid 'Chemnistry of Columbia Uni-
ty, admnitting, only students who have bad not leSs than threen years
dler-graduate college or engineering school training~, has placed at the
ead The Daily "Claed"Coumns

Without frequent contact yielding information and inspi-
ration from others in the business world, without rubbing;
elbows with others, every business man, no matter h~ow
bright and alert, will grow stale.. If he depends entirely uiponl
hiis owen resources, he will lose out, because he is in comnpe-
tition with others who know the value of obtaining th~e
outside point of view.
To brightena up your sales promotion methods, to 'know
how to apply advertising in the building of a bigger, better,
soun:.der and more profitable business, attend the
NINETEENTH ANNUAL CONVENTION
ASSOCIATED ADVERTISINC CLUBS of t!1e 6W4ORLD
Atlantic City, June 3 to 7, 1923

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Share' with "s the2joy):;of
June in .Atlantic City

F-RIDX1Y
10 :4.M Alum iii asscitiloo iiet~i in l
room 318 of the Union.
12: -1 lnnmiii assoehalion l :nchleon in
rowm 318 of the Union.
12:16 '_ Lam faculty Iluncheon In
private dining room of the Union.
6:15--Sig a Xi dinner inl .oom 319 of
the Union.
fO:30l-lMa .ari: club )dinner in room '31
of the Union.
7 :3-Jersey club meeting in room
30# of the Union.,
-.-:30-Uni~aversIty nurses' dance in
Parbour gymnasium.
Ibiterary freshnwu are reqIuested to 1'n1
their dues at nce. The class has
several assessments to meat imined-
lately and sufcient aunds are lael..
ing. Send $1 to K. Mtorgaridge, 431
Thomp cn street.
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According to advises receei+ 0 here
TIuesdIay from 7Lansing-, ctr 'i iOn
of the new group of law l)Uildings, t o
be built on the South University ite
jmay be delayed through the appe<,Ial
two property owners to the S upreM4~
court from the conmnat-ion vcrdml
In the local county court.{
The two pieces of ]roporty cn
cernedl in the. appe al are "so locater'd
that they will block' construct ion i:f{
the :appeal is granted.l. uildi1g s on
the remaindler of the site are b~ein ,
razed and contracts have been let forn
construction of the, new b~uildings,
h owever, regardless of the present
a ppecal.
Patronize Tfhe Daily advertisers.

Membership in the Association
is not essential. All business men
and women are welcome. In addi-
tion to the big general sessions,
there -will be more than thirty ses-
sions specializing in the discussion
,,-,-d close-up study of various kinds,
ndphases of advertising, and its
application to specialized lines of
business. In addition to the
sessions, loadcd full of business-
huiltdinideas, will be a great

educational exhibit of advertising.
Share with us the joy of Ju ne in
Atlantic City. What a delightful
place it is in that delicious moreth!
Ample hotel accommodation~s at
reasonable, guaranteed rates, admi,-
rable transportation facilities, spe-
cial railroad rates-a great businecss
opportunity and a chance to spendl
some most enjoyable days at a cost
less than the usual 'expense of
going to this Queen of Resorts.

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ASSOCIATED1 AVR IG CLUBS
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with the ever obligin~g
saxophone player in tune
with the infinite but with
nothing nearer home-
there's a picture. It tells
a storyjust what you
want for your scrap
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Trop in and we'll
show you how interest-
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sharp, brilliant story-tel-
ing pictures the Kodak
way;
We have all the Kodak
models at our Kodak
counter--andi all the
Eastman supplies.

here. We have a fine display of silverware'
suitable for'rwereddling presents. Let us help you.

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waddings is ailmost

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Agutographic Kodaks
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