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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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HSNN I OKNine senior and -.,duat(' enginee
are tkingthe ewlycremaedcourse )1
radio enginveerng being ofet'rred %
the first time this semeste r in' I A,
en gilleorin7g school. The CotiZ:''
makes a thorough study of ..radi
equipment and practicnn and studepta.
are given practical work in the coun-
struction and operation of appariatus.
In the special work in the 111) 1U;
tory there are threc studlent ;enroll-
ed1, two of N0ho-m1 r~e expterinenting
wtitlh wired w irclessand l he thw
making experiments in the ?irrdti,io:
()lf aort \wavo lengtfhs. The * Xpri
inent.s have hid l liN mnsi( li:e
Students, 1 aki ig the radio en1gine co
ixlg course have couttructed a comn
plete receiving apparatus anA
the erect ion of an ail~.~'~mv
equipment whliche.l ,, ~ i
under 2 r AIdb2.

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DISCOVERER, OF EGYPTIAN TOMB
LIVES INI TEN'T NEA4R EXCA VA TIONS

FA~Li M R~ I l asses next Wedtnesday. Profe ssor
since Tuesday morning. is condition
is reported to be serious. Announce-!
Several members of the faculty of ment will be made in The Daily when
the various schools andl colleges in he is able to meet his classes.
the University have been unable to at-

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sericeumaufaturing, techillica1 andt
civi ineress. n Feb). an<d 9, he.
ttefl(d a meeting ;of the 1Amer'ican
soity for tteelneting ^hold in Clii-
cago. "Tuesday2 nightlhe was hreseut
at a :meeting ofA the ?brass odivision of
too Kmployers a ssoc ation of Detrot,
i- aei': Wie il ~to Nw ork
to aten a conv ention of th e Amer-
g ical Engi~neer=..

(Cend classes in file past fc w days onl
.uccount of illness. Among those on
hesick list. are Dan H-ugh Cabot of

IlI[TE SEE '17r0oPEFECT
EXTEiNSION SERVICE BY 'i1~i
Professor A. E. White of the de-!

ho Mfllleysiassist-0ant deanf the it-'~ par'tmnent #,of (ngineering research a :;
i-{uphres, d~iS Iii(lea of he i bIl)cn out of the city much aoftiu t',r
erary college; Assist. Prof, R. if.m'telt u mohsxsmnte
Holines, of the sociology department, etlm'In0 e
mund Prof. A.. E. WNNod, of the sociology tt fect helit ,ix ' rsit \ (!', . X1
Dean Caibot is confined at his homne
and ik, not expectedl at. his oflic e for
a' ceek. Professor 1111ni phlreys is soft-
fering fromm an attack of rip ao
:iccordiiig to members of his family,
expects to be able to attend classes and"
be in his office within two or thrre
olays. Professor Holmes will mecet his

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town play. 3T-5;1KI eE(~ y ( ~ ,-
tpe a'ut CgaO L.i~u~
TebehI and al1 three c.lv ifc1"Cd sai m:. ~ .
pe ..... ...
i 1 :, .1.1{ ..... .... (ve;l ft ow d4 I .>.1 $ '1 cal {I o
Ely ,low . 4 'rfer's I5eiimlummied
Paper.......x.. .........TIelbeil
Capponl .........R.G-.......Williams
Substitutions: AMichligan. ha ggr ty 1)10 mled thl chanege whlich the twar'Phi1 A
for Piper; \Visconsin, Diebold for brought alwolt in Ilho Social coll(litiol)
Gibson. of French wlolmenl. 'Thelhel lire Was!h
Field goals: ihigan ,tE Ily 2, Kid)- ,tr lin l onll
ke 1, Haggerty 1: \Wis;consinl Jag 2. . --.
Spooner 2, Williams 2) , Gibson 1.. FrO<ec_ CI.c 1
throws, Ely 7 out of 14, Jiagger1tty )LEIJW Pi Vi al l, it
out of 1, Gage 4 out of i). I ?' . _I l IWRI (<PAS '1',:EA1 0i5,,1
Referee, Young; ITUlpire, Ma] one:y.--.-

Demonstration
O1
Elkctropure Process
Of
Puifyin- 1,M4!

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I'c v, e i('of oValley q in-,ao' I e4
TO mia l, 1:Ini e 1

cilto Kappa,
iitates Tonighi
Al Deliai\. tatpa, nationa<
0(catop fCif2)itolfrnity, will
:aiea her lfrOm1 =illOtO si

- .Pleclty }mimcii s deli vered 20 8Uni-
R()/. SPEAKS'd 0 E JICLE vF;ersity Extenision lectures in the state
IIAN AIS ON FRENCHi WOIMEX the past semiester. The g reat -demand '
ti rotighout the statc' for t nivorsity
Taking as'time subject of his tall;: lectur-ers cannoit bex)lulfilledl because
"The Social Condition or \Womiun ncthe im ite(lal~rol'01riations oh 11loi !h"n
FraInce", :V. Firmnin Ro7. o-ficial lee- ; e ; .imi depairtment to schedtuhe amn
turer of the Alliance Franicais, ad hy AI,<f(l lectures it year.
(Iressed the Cercle Fran mis at 4: 17 Ij xt ]~on )tothe IExtension lee-
oclock yestecrday aftarnoonZ in the hire~s, fifty hat etrsh~v xc
,?,mitori m of the Natural Sci.ncu i en n(ler 'thme aic~}iEs' ofthe c x-
buildlin'g. tension dEpa}ri: mim cFt }by meumbller2': 0
11. Roz. in coiumpa.ring? iF rch w-' the Medical school, whlo are cdoctorV-
n with those of the Un1ited .Stites, a fliliat<.cd Vwith the joir t commnit te: oi
sad that there is a femninist uxme ve- Public Hevlth education. 'These hec-
iuent in France; but it has not yet atI- tures are not financedl by the appIro)-
ta d the re. ults whichmt the one in' priatitons grantedl to the Extension de-
this country has dlone. ie also ex-, lpartinent..

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bam,.I~I'01 Fak Cody, the 5h1pcrintemmdon-
of, the I Jtroit }pulm2i ic"seools, Sanm
\i1urn f. .rd , of t}l]e 1)troit sch]ool bO-1d
P'resident C .ma s1les M~cl~inney of tliq
SI.aiiC Normal' school, and acting-pres-
denit of Wstoem StLa te Normal2 co -
wie,\llh a ttcndlthe lbanqiuet.
11 ii,.nies ofthe inae"will })o'
'innl11C'l toI morrowv.
:AcJ c IIVC.Vt. I 'c. ),1--- 'hree-(Iuti-
la'w of d l.; city, including the itusi-
:n-s s serion, was wiped out by fir'e
cmlbt or ii TOth 110a 5pC1r5flswere niact
hutueless.

AND)
PRESSING
SUIT & OVER-
COATS
f $1.25
ALL IIA #WORKIi
SNOW WHITE
CLEANERS

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To ow ourmal w t
W)RIGLEY in ii i'e your
.krovids fthe ni f we'
in beneficial form.
Helps to cleanse thes
tasehand keep them
he alt hy.
z ;° t: ;a as ld :: on a very
Sinl r~ziinv estment.
lts the best c ida~m
that can 'be::made "and ,it

i h i " r s L t h ~l ~ r C I i . rC~ 2 ' 1j w ] i e l d t r o c w l o c k t o n i pi m t a t i n c
Ix -m.At that timne the local chr,.pte1
of the frat ernityv. the mne w initiates:
t-and a delegation frog:m the 1)oetltil
branch will hear Prof. 13. R. Buck,
inglhamnodirector of the bureau of re
search work oh the Educational col-
lege at Ohio State university.

Stanford University
California

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In wldlitionf to) Professor Bucking-, Try a Classified (I---: t pays.---Add-.
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iiig er Qitailer, 1$i) 3
Tuesdlay, 19 June, to Saturday,
I September
Seconmd half beg2inis 26 July
Opportunities to work for
high'er degrees andt the A. Fl.
dlegree( ini tie oceanic climate of
the, an Franci sco ijeninsuii..
Courses in tlhe regular aica-
dleimac and scientificbrsnm,
rIindin law.
7n; ormaticn froinOffice ; .
STANFORI')UNIVERISITY'
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Announce ;f" e openig
of Springim tc
Exclus,'e pfernzs

'v-.pectaclc, 'vet alfaps
~AIT;,Cnd us scenes
'.<iage.-oU r of Robin
hood crat is merrjy bandits.

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PA UL B. DiCKEY,
Cla-s of '06

promin7?71"ent in C ollet e

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See and V'1li11V!

-New idleas iit Foulard amdid English Guru Twill Neck-
wtiear are now showi g See the icw assortment ()f
wvhite collar attached shirts just receix ii.

709 N. University

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PLAYIN'G

Matinees 2-4
Adults 50c
Children 25c

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Adults .75c
Children 25c

The home of bpetter Clothes and
Furnishings at Fair Prices

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