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M E O C M ISATO N A IM' To IUll ASI?
ASS ('uoOEvIIAsTIO N i {
SENJOR ACTIVITIES

Eiubody ing .a complete resiti e of
the activities of the class of '4,the
Junior Literary Class lBook wvas gent,
to members of the class yeAst reay
Its avoWed purpose as stated in the
"Foreword" is to serve as a "unity-
ing -factor which, it is hoped, will
contribute to avery successful bear- .
ing of next ycar's responsibilities."
The frontispiece consists of peni
sketches of the officers of the class.!
Following this is an editorial ont
"Loyalty". A review of the acti vi-'
ties and successes of the class in cam-I
pus vork is found in the remainxing!
divisions of' the booklet: "Thre Junior
Atliletps","Publcations", "Concern-
ing the Juniors in Dramatics", "Thel
Michigan Union", and "The S. C. A."
Juniors who acted as the editorial
staff are the following: Robert C
Moriarty. WI irr D. Hoey, FrederickI
Gilner, I'Ioivard A. Donahue, John L.I
Stephenis, l~iph N Bye.-s, and Mar-
:onl Van lEvery.
LE kGUfCONDUCT8S
ALUMNUS CAMPAIGN i
Senior subscriptions to the Alum-
aus are now beng received bly niern-!.
berg of the WAomn's league at the{
booth. in University hail for $2.50 a-!.
piece. More than 500 seniors have .I
:already subscribed to the weekly mag-
azine of the Alumni association.,
The subscription fee also includes
membership in the Alumni associa-
tion and the alumni button wvhich sig-z
nijies that the, wearer is a graduate,
of Mficigan. The booth will, be open
he rest of this hek and the first !
of next Wreck.e
"Jiminie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. .-Ad Y.
Patronize The Daily advertisers. t

Interesting Pose ITRE1OI~OTS'I~
Of Italy's Hero'
Three dormitories will be open dlur-
' i ing summer school. They are Helen
Newberry residence. Betsy IBarbour
- house, and Adelia Cheever house. New-
yk E berry will'" use the whole house, In--
ej luding rooms on fourth floor, for the
fi0rst time this summer. Imiprovements ;
jmade last summer have made this pos-
sible. Adelia Cheever house will not
r :: :"be co-operative during. the sunimer
~ *:months, as it is in the re gular school
year.
~4~;:'. ~ ~. W lveS Programi At Stale Schoolj
Ten women from the University Y.
.I XW. C, A. motored to Adrian Wednes-
::':":.: :.-'... . day ive a program at the,
y State Industrial School for Girls.A
quartet from the University Girls'
IGlee club wras assisted by a violinist
*V rand a reader., Miss Mary Ross, Y. WV.I
C. A. secretary, accompanied the party.
' Transportation was furnished by au-
tomobiles from. the Congregational;
'church secured} by Rev. Hlerbert A.'
Jump, 'who arranged the trip.t
Frendil Seize Large Sums of Money
Essien, May 29-(By A.P.)--The'
French used 10' motor trucks to cart l
~ I away 92 billions of German marks
Premier )risoll nl In formcal dreis (about $2.000,000), seized a~t the
That Benito Mussolini, Italy's Fas- Rihbn ee h oe ilg
cist prmier ca wer a oupandto pay costs of the Occupation Aillies'
fish" as fetchingly as the black shirt invasion.
regalia of the Fascisti is indicated by
this photo, one of the latest taken of', lh~Istl rtmmt hpe
the Italian "man of the hour." ' Po. .Welchoftezlgyd
plartment will be in Boston for the
Last 2 Whim .S To week-end where he will help install :
Appear T'omorrow, ate scientific fraternity, at lHarvard.
Editors for the 1923-'24 'Whimsies
II VICTOR ALLMFSEDINGER
will be announced in the final issue jT t
of that magazine which will appear ! PI AN.1O Tf"UNING
Sehool of Husle Tuner
on the campus tomorrow. At a spe- !hN
ctal meeting of the present board held Offlree at Res., 418 N. Dldlslon St.

Patronize The Daily advertisers.
Nn" +vb4rt s ttd Ja'VkAQ"V
TIMVE TABLE
(t dtn Standtard 't'ime
Vetroat Lixited *ad Express Car*--
axv and hourly to 9 :o5 p.m.
jac1kpor Express Crs Uxal stops
we,,t of Atin Arhor) ---9 :4 a.m.. and
ever'y' two I) -IFr to94 7 fii'l.
Vocai Cars Ear' Bound--7:oo am.'n
axle every two tuuur .to 9 A . W .1,
t1:6 :op.m. To Ypsilanti oniy-t t :Ma4
~T* ,aiine-Chiangec at Ypsifanti.
Local Cars West Bouad--7o:S*anm.,
TX. Jackson amid )laaizoo-Lirr.
ited cats 8:47, 10:47 ana., 12:471 2:47.
4:47 p.m..
'To Jarkcson ansd Laning-Iitnited at
847 pm.
r" Bond .Soiling
C OLLEJGE MB. w~ho have
;rainedl for it and who have
niatural ,qualtmicationa tor bond
telling will find that this or-
ganization affords themr an un
uqual opportunity to establish
themnselves in. Chicago. We
deal only In the highest grade
investment securities.. Write
for an interview stating your
qualifications as your'Bees them.
("OORR~hATON SECURITI.ES
COMrPANY
;fin S. LA :Salle St",

jTickets, 'Tc u Ctuiecs- a>ll line
Ia UROPE and ORIENT;
601 E. Huron St. Phone 1384'
' S3 4

Read the orlasiledsha.'you may find V A SI AENY
something fr sal that you need. STA HI AjNT

Attention, Senior
FOR SALE
Complett' Law Library and Office F
TERMS I (A if5h

Communicate:
C. P.

O'HARA
3931 McGraw Ave.

Your Choice6

Damon-
"What
writing

are you doing, ryth-
Hier another letter ?"

OF ANY OF

THEE'

USED CARE BARGE

Pythias-
"No--not this time. Something
more to the point, as one would
say. I'm writing the Pater to
send me a dozen Eldorado pencils.
They are all sold out down at
the store."
17 leade-all dealers

Fords, Dodges, C hevrolets,-

Nash, and Reo

-PRICES RANGE

FROM $25 Uf74.

Ann A rbor BuikSales

120 W. HURON

P'ower!

Pick-.up!I

elected to the board, and the two muell-t
brs of the preset board who are re-!
turning to the University in t.. falll
will co plte the quota of fi9ve.
Tr. Halsey Davidson, '25; Armin: F.
Webbink, '25; and Frances :~wi:are
the editors elect.

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UNITED CIGAR STORE

'When women voluntar ly tes-
tify to the superior qualities
of the Duro Belle, there must
be a good re.-son.
Duro Belle dualityr is estab-
lished . We want you to'learn
for yourself. Try a few, and
get the satisfac-
tion that comes
with wearing the
best hair nets
mrade.
71., wh.1 mb...Dat
k fj 1
I y ' ES ld IfMlitftN //14

Three qualities 'in which
GASOLINE specialize".
you will 'be satisfied.

WHITE
Give it a

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THE LAST SHIOT

FREEEE
One lac 'T i Sm~noking Tobacco. nd 2 dozen Ipe 'Cleaniers, with
every 5:Oc Pile In Stock.
$I0-W urohit IV. D. G. Pipes, cut to...... ........... .......$ *.9
$4.0 Mlilano Pipes, Italia Briar, cut to............
$'10.00 Dunhljl Pipes, cut to...... ... .................. .8.0
$.00 Gillette Razors, eut to .................... 9
$1.0 G illette Bhiules, One wo~en, Cut to. ......... . 9
$2.00 Auto-Stroll Razors, gold plated, cut. to. ....... "...... r...*10

Cor. N. University and, 1201
Cor. Huron and. Ashley

Cots. 4t0 a4
IOU, Adstans 54

MICIHIG.AMME OIL C

At $500.06 will, be fired To.day or Tomorrow. AFTrER SATURDAY
YOU'VE LOST YOUR CHANCE TO' work for the Fuller Brush

,:
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.y

Ly. The chance to makce the money you need.

TALK IT OV'ER WITH BURBY
ROOM 304, UNION. TO-NIGHT.A T..7:00

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Sc - - Ice Cold Beer S c
ITE lHAVE THlE BEST BSEER ON TAP, INl TOWN- A SHOOPER
THlE RIGHT STORE .NP )TNlE R1011T PRIDES

JETTER & De RE
118' EAST HURON STRUT .

GTRADUATING

SENIORS

t3421 ISTOR;ES

PHOM~ £~-R

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LJODGE HROTHeRS'
US eD CARS
1919 DODGE BROTHERS
TOURING
All Dodge Brothers used care are put in flrs't-
class condition in our shops before sold.
Remember: . used car is only n
good as the firm with which you deal.
Ann Arbor Garage
206 W. ,Huron t.

What Are

You Going To6 Do,'

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INN ER TUBES AND SHOES

For all sizes of autos~here, All of standard make. All guar-
anteed by the manufacturers.' All with splendid records of
mileage service. Tried, and true tires are the only kind we
handle and the only kind you can affod to use on your car.
IRWIAN M. CLEMENTS
117 W. ,WASHINGTON ST.

W~E-HAVE something very attractive to offer
several cle a n cu t energetic. University of.
Michigan graduates, who desire to maike a Per-
manent connection with asuccessful organiza-
tion, operating in Detroit and a number''of other
large cities in other states. Our Nation al Ex-
pansion program offers 'exceptional opportun i-
ties to the right kind of men.Our business fits

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U. S. L. STORAGE
BATlTERIES
are the best for your radio
outfit
R cntals 25c. a day
'6 a. m. to midnight service

all'
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THE iUN1_VRSALCAXR

in w'ith your college training.

OLDSMOBILE
CARkS
TIRES AND AUTO ACCES-
S ORIE S OF ALL KINDS
ECONOM Y
GARAGE

DRIVE A USED FORD HOME
AD SAVE YOUR CAR FARE

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C ALL in person any day between 9 and '4 o'-
clock, or write Mr. Smith--610 irst Nation-
I al Bank Bldg., Detroit, Michigan.

ASHLEY AM) HURON

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