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The Michigan Daily, 1923-06-01

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DAILY

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Sir Ho'r I
Sir Robert ihome has
succeed Stanley Bald
ellor of the exchequ(
'ho recently succeeded
ritish premier, appoin

ETIES TDO C

"lessor ' The above action has been deemed { Gyms t( Be U'sed for Registration Heinm Comp~any hfas Student Work isition and th n furish;l details to
advisable because of the fact that it is Becauise of limited space, the Sep-. H. J. Heinz company, will have a those who are, interested.
-ial PO ! thought that a number of the studentsI tember registration of men students representative at the Union from !__________
havengutl:3 not yet become acquainted with! in the College of 14.terature, Science, 8:0ocoktsmrigutl83 GILBERT'S Chocolates fresh everyl
-=--- , tehonor system, as indicated by the and thle Arts, will be held in "Water-!o'clock tonight and during the same Fiday. Tice', 13 at iet.
. number of violations during the past iman gymnasium. The registration hours tomorropw to meet students who Adv.
seme~ster. for the coming summner session wl contemplate summer' work. The rep-
-- -- be held as usual in the office of the rrsenative, who wilt be in room 303,
Patronize The Daily advertisers, registrar in University hall.1 will first outline his general propo-j
If 1M 11 ti11 IM 11111111111HIIIfil
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li° e There is no reason why you
---. .r °- should feel uneasy while in
-3're: a taxi, rxihgitis, a
. °sprone~r
s been namied -I
diw in as chan-' Black and Whitc.t
er. Brajdwin,jDiciiainndctsgo tae. heprn
Bonar Law as Dsriiato idcaeooouaserTepesnsafety is our chief
ted Horne. who buys gauto gifts here may well be called aou
gradutionconcern.
wperson who discrimir .4cs Letween the good anid ihe I
_ ~That is wh y we hire drivers
JMMIII[[~~~~ best' We hare a display of gifts suitable for theinwo wecntu.
graduate which we are sure will Please your sense of r hy wl die a n
iengneig 1tesadgood taste. ; e have some of the newer speed you wish within the
nselves to as- I
e in upholding wN.athes, bothy ladies' and gentlemen's, in the modern limit.I
coming exam-
of the socie- , design~s. 'Make us your headquarters in the matter1 Lerdivra esot
ors, and those; f.vey rivr.n scrt
arning wvill be of Q Ift shobping -
e offered their,
1 flange, Tauv
S. TM. E~,A. I.
.angles.
SATURDAY .
5Pc-50c ARHU H.ARNOLD
WIN 2-50-764*1
ILE C State Street Jeweler
. ~302 So. StateMG
e Masqruerader"
)R BUS =-
--CentralAN
6:00 and _____________________ SATURDAY_ _ _
i.m. Leaves W.
L. and 12:45 . .
Ann Arbor
in. Leave = lae
ily. .Glr

The Lucindla Sandal of wvhite bjuck is amnon
stlsof foot wear for summer. This Sandial
the> sports costume 'and with the Suimmer Ti
has cutouts on both sides, a low rubb~er. b(
which hold,, it in place. T'he price is veryr

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$7o50:..

ONE STRAP WITH s-i ILTARY HEEL

White pumrps of agood. qual
poplin in a one-strap style fa.
ioned with a military- heel are
pedial ly comfortable f o r h
weather wear and lock well w
light summer dresses. Thi
pum ps are priced most mnodera
ly.
$6.00
-Military or Flt eels.
For those. who like best thie
oxfords there are two styles,
both of a goodl quality reign-
skin. One mode has the flat
heel ;knd broad oes while the
othe:r has a miore pointedl to(,
and military heel. Thiese ox-
fords are priced-

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THE L
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Student soceties of t1
college< have pledge,,] the
cis'; the honor commnitte(
thle honor system in the
ina tlons. The members
ties wvill warn all violat
who liersist after such w
reported to the committe
The societies who have
servic~es are: Web and
Beta Pi, A.' S. C. E., A.
E. E., Vulcans, and Trh
GAFRRICK9
41h An-'ual Seasou NIGH'
in I300TFI T -RK1N
NEXT MONDAY _ "The
ADRIAN-ANN WOB
(Effective May 14-
Pus leaves Adrian
11:45a. In. and 3x:45 p
-Inn Arbor 6:45 a.m
aInd 4:45 p. Il.
(4 .a. ind (G:45 1p.
Adr ia3n :45 pl. in. on

$6.06

j:f [ ~ain Floor)

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7,

Re ad The D aily

"Classified"

Colt

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MIDAS'

aN

fSATOUAY

B.U .cars at Saline both ways
ronetionsfor Y psilan;ti, Wayne
I an l Detroit. l-

SAIL
story done1
A DRA~MA OPTBLAUT
AMONB ID.SS

nce Budington Ke
FAMOUS,,
JRDAY EVENING
into thrilling pictures

I land's
CAST

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FRIEI

,T H

V

S THE DTE

and Edith lRoiberts

COnthis date we will start giving an extra pair. of
trousoraABSOL UTELY FREE with every'. SUIt
ORDERi

S

,

This means a savi~ng rm

Talk about your two-fisted dramas of the
lawless North country! Here's a picture
that's packed with.. thrills from beginning
to the last gasp 'that leaves you breathless:
It's the story of a lid who learned that love,
was worth fighting for"-even though the
opposition. were a gang "of cruel North
Woods schemers who stopped at nothing
to gain. their ends.

pfl4"
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4,

'. to $200

an every suit,

TEN DAYS-DELIVERY GUARANTEED

- In Addition --
"WHERE THEE S
A LL"

£7

in

ors
South State Street at William Street,

A Sunishine
Coui dy

SCHLEDUILE
MATINEE
2-0 - 3:30
*EVENING
7:00 - 8:30

-4TF SOINGSNDAY

WALTER HIERS in "60 CENTS
AN HOUR"

The Hlome

of

Iietter

Clothes:

Fn Ft:r n-i*sh ings

at Fair Prrices,

With JACQUELINE LOGAN

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rte.

I M- "M 3r

-SOON-
r~%%2^1 A!I l3® W C

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