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UdT4)P ~classes are sending out lett.ers to all S E NI0RS!I
essives A dR ic lG ,the inC ia o;senior s Lasking them; to join the asso- Get the highest salary and the posi-
To ~isussUntedStaesRairoa Vauaioncia~o wih te i ofmaknthem- tion you 'want as a teacher. Open-!
entire class oft '2.11100 prcntinm- hus in all States. Ask for free en-
;ni. Nearly halt of the class has al- rolmnent blank and list of Mlichigan
j ____--________ra(lv- gauates plac ed by us.
redyjn ed. gglVI1 tJ.It~ I'i
Spcait1dcto.Bra

CHIIROT
66],t Natl
!lours, 1-6 p.m
Ii1{io {I I EIII~n i

i Larget (iroljS;"B
to OlititunIer
Dle artillent"
ENEMPLOYED)
THtAN 14 COLLET, FS

u ~~ rninI0 SjneeilistssEdocatonal fiirea
There will be a meeting of the sen-
-ior engineers at 9 o'clock tomorrow in
room 348 of the Engineering building.
Every mermber of the class who desir-
es commencement tickets must be Ide lg t biM~
present at the meeting.' Final com-
:u ittee reports including arrangementsj
for commencement will be given at'
this time.

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tudents in the literary college will
divided into. class next year ac-
ling to their ability to master the!
crn ubjects on her schedules.
,igof the literary faculty ro-
tly.
rt-f. Artlmr 0. Canfield, of the ro-
ce languages depar-tment, who
Schairman of the faculty commit-
that inwvestated the adviisability
doRptng this system, embodied thej
owing arguments i n his report:
lie system has been in u in the
rance languages 'department for
paust year, an4l the results obtain-
hereP 1 .ve been satisfactory it iS
1.I lih.v wn found advi Fable to
,e the "A." class a lEttle larger than
Barid> the "B" classes a little
;er than the "C". In this way the
i-ia that would ordinarily fall on I
shoulders of the instructor in,
go of the "C" section is l"essen-
Duo to the size of the French de-
tuent, where the plan has proved
essf'.il it has been found neces-.t
for' each instructor to have only
ore than 14 American universi-
and colleges have been useing thisj
for a year or more. Among_.them
Harvard, Princeton, Birown,
:h, Vassar, Western Reserve, Clhi-
rand Missouri. All of these uni-
Wtes. have Found that- the divi-
of classe according to ability is
ificient plan, and some of these
ols plan to farther develop this
-mso that it can be applied to
!gesa other. than the literary
oh~s.
N MASONIC TEMPLE
O BE GOMPLETED SOON
ARMOWR CHIAPTER TO HA VE
ONXE OF FINEST CLUBS IN
A iERICa

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Left to right,~ front roes: (,or. W. 1B.

Sivect, Coloadilt; Governor Blaine, Wiscoi
Wlisconsin, and Mayor Ilylan, '.ew York

NeverDance,
Without a May Breath
Think how bad breath offends.
Cigars may cause it, decaying food,
stomach disorders, etc. Few escape,
yet, offenders are seldom aware.
Safety lies in May Breath. It is a
purifier, not a. perfume. It instantly
ends .the cause.
An antiseptic mouth wash in
candy-form. Instantly deodor-
izes both the mouth and
stomach.. Gives spring odors
to the. breath. In the stomach
it also acts as a digestant.
Carry with you. All druggists.

Mis rhers o, the AWomen's leaguai
:.; ill Ihc ;t. the league desk- in ljniver-'
city hall to take senior subscriptions

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nsin; Sen. :Robert iX.hLafollette,
to Tl:.- Alummnu.', icce subscriptions4
are $2'.50 a year and include member-
sij to the Alumniii association.1
Secretaries of the various senior

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Extra CreditsI
Daring
summer Vacation
You can continue your ad-
vancement scholastically this
summaer without foregoing the
desired change and recreation
that summer should bring.
You will be refreshed and developed,
physically and mentally, through
attendance this summer at
SIUMMER
* u ESESSION
On the WOODED SHORE
01 LAKE MICHIGAN
Come to Evanston, the beauty spot
of Northern Illinois. Boat, swim, play
tennis, enjoy concerts, dramatic perform-
ances and inspiring lectures. Earn. credits
toward College, Professional, or Advanced
degree;s. Faculty includes teachers of note
trom other leading institutions.
Summer Session includes the following schools:
Graduate School School of Jourrallaw
Coll~ege of Liberal Arta Law School
&choofc ommerce school of Music
Shol of Education schoot of Sp~eech
courses corerinlg full year's work in General
ChemistrK., Physics, or Zoology for students
entering lcdicine, Dentistry or Enginleering.
School of Commerce offers courses in
'Salesmanship," "Factoryf Management,"
"insurance,," etc. School of Journalism
features practical newspaper work.
Many courses supplemented by trips
to leading industrial and fiinanc9al
3i { centers of Chioago, close by.'
THIS BOOKLET
NOW READY
Lr; Clip Following Handy
" ' F Request Form
lPLEASE SEND TODAY7
bonklet decribing in. full the courses of NORTH-
WEhSTERN UN IVERS1TY Sommer S~essioni andi
{ other advantages, recreational andeducational.1
f Name............................ .........
lFull Address_'.............-..............I
Address WALTER DILL Scon, President
Northwestern University4
604 Vniverv ity Hal_ EVANSTON, ILL..

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ThIe Great American Sweetmeat
Teeth were given to man to us
Like our muscles, they need exerdi
and Plenty of it.
WRIGLEY'S provides pleasa
action for your teeth--, also, the s+
drum penetrates the crevices a:
cleanses them.
Aids digestion by inc-re-asing the fl(
of saliva which your stomach neei
Use WRIGLEY'S after every mea
see how much better you will feel

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Delicious and Refreshing

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The perfect g um is made under
c6nditions of absolute cleanli-
ness fa onf pure materials, and
comes. to you in sanitary wax-,
wrapped packets.

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their
betw,
is cc

ns will have one o°
louses in Amierica
temnple on Fourth
bertyv and Williams
sd in November.
tbe F0 by 120 feet
will be enclosed by
h. On one side of
1e a parking ground
a small park. It
,he Masonic Temple

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"Roling_ stones gather no rnoss,"
but unused 6ur'iiture gathers v4ust.
Call 960: -- Adv.

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1the basement will be a dining
which will seat more than 7510
its and several rest rooms and
rkg rooms. The kitchens, which
be large and well equipped will
be on thiis floor.
n the main floor will be an aiidi-
urn which together will sea!,t over
The stag~e is necessarily large
t is to be ,usedl on'formal occasions
11 as Conferring degrees. This au-
iriwill also be available for civ-
and private urganizations.
he construction of, the. building
tcost $W0,006. and it is estimated
t the furnishings wvill cost- mot e
[n $25~,00.
Miser Belpor-t4dlRecovering 1
t. Louis~, Mo., Mlay 29.-(By AT.)-
rge Sisler today was said to be
tang easily after his operation on
da for' tousliti:, 'Which vas not
de known until yesterday. No fur-j
r. anuouncemezit was made regard-
Sisler's inipaired eyesiglit, which
skept himi out of thfe St. Louis
wn' lineup this season.-
r'strar Asks for VriaterntRy Lists
thas been requested by D~r. Air-
r1 G. Hall, registrar of the Univer-
, that fraternity and sorority houje
sidWents :send into his office a corn-
te list of all the members of the
.pte" during, the present year. it
rery important that these lists be
t in at once in order that tho fra-
nity chiart.s may be published' at
earliest posiible date.
"lnt that lost pin tbrou;i the clap.'
eed Ad" will -tfa3 it for you.-Adv.
'atrconiz~e The D'Aily advertisers.

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All this

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three-piece suit for

$16oo

The work of our new Dry Cleaning
and Pressing department has exceeded

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The secret of

"White Swan's" .growing popularity
lies in the individual attention given*
each garment.

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Address......................,.........
Phonie...«...............
Pin to suit you want cleaned and pressed
and Phone 1265'.

Keep in touch with Mi chi-
ganm this summer. Ho5w?
Sign up for the Summer
Daily today at the Press
Building. You'll get a good
live account of everything

Don't DelY-iyour eed is "presigad
you want a. comp le te .clean-up

PHONE 165

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