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SPENCER TO SPEAK
AT BA.NQU-ET T OAY
Re~lit;iom~indi21tlilte To Hear President
o(I1,bieI lcCollege
,1t IZtnner
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W"illiami Gear Spencer, presidenit of
lillsdalocollege, HillsdIale, AMichigoan,
will befthe principal speaker at the re
igiouts institute banquet which will
belheld a!t 5 o'clock. today in the Cobi-
gregationa I (:hi rchl. Short Utalks will
al1so he delivered byv the .'our instru:t-
ors wvho are to lie in charge of tho
eklasssLiven inl the s-econd religious
institute:'s c-nurse beginning at 7 o'-
clock next Tuesday night. The an-
quet will he given under the auspices
of the educational dlepartment of the
Sudent Clhristian association.
Refligiolls Edcation
P'resident Spencer will speak on
sonme phase of religious education.
Throughout his career as a professor
in classic languages, he has constant-
ly stressed. the value of the religious
side of education it is said. After
graduating from Denrnison university
in 1907 and thecn studying at the Col-f
gate Theological Seminary, ho be- '
came an instru.ctor in the. romance
langutages department a.t Doane aca-
demny and later, at Colgate academy.
President Spencer then joined the
faculty s;taff of Dennison UniversityF
a.s an a ssoceiate professor, leaving next
for Colgate 1-niversity wihere he was
in- efull nofssr ~n iter ~vfr

FIRE HALTS CARNIVAL

'Shaw To Address
1 Seniors Tomorrow

Mhe

Wilfred B. Shaw, '0)4, general secre-
tary of the Alumni association will ad-
dress the senior law class upnon the
alumni organization of the class at 4
o'clock tomor row in room E of the

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Law building.
A short business meeting will be
held immediately, after the address at
Iwhich time the com~mittee on law dis-
cussioil groups will report to the class.s
Election of the alumni secretary f
the class will be held at this meeting.
"Jimmie the adtaker'" sells anythingI
quickly.-Adv.I

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Riiis of biflig In the heart of .Nfontpelier. Vt., in which leen iwrsons -w ere lhiired to death
The Winter carnival wvhi',h was tc. Iave attracted thousands r-f visitors to \Ton pelier, Vt., has veen cal'_edlcuff

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iiidif:lflitely 1ecauzse of a Iragic fire in tiinIheart of the Qcity iii wh cli %-I vev
souxs were killed when the Lawre.nc huildling burned wvith a, total loss oaf more:
hall and the downtown district. '

iersons loszt their lives. The ;..er-
than .$300,000, imperilling the city

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Death' Stalks ' Camrps Hounds
As Man Plies .Nefari ous Trade

J*~ii- *Lt(-- . 11 A11'JL'5S1 I M li~CU*Jt iOF L ______________
Franklin college to become registrar.'
Since 1919, he has acted as head of the Claiming Its firs t victim early yes-1njn~g dowwxn -the crim~inal have as let'
classical languages department oif the terday morning, an epidemic~ of dog j b9 en discovered. 'The poisoning or
Chautauqua Institute Chautauqua, N.I poisonings, of a character which has animals in thzat mzanner is an offense
SY. during the summer period. been decried as,$particularly atro-E against the Michigan state law.
The mnen who are to conduct the cos"hssra oicuemr
different classes of the religious in- 'ushLb ,navnamfnh pra os hc t hc icuefo oe
sthtt oreadtesbet hc ey will briefly outline in their talksI time have been both the friends and llflIU N EPNIL
and deal with in the classes are asfosfthMihgncaps
i'olloww's:The epidemic mnade itself apparent!
follows: N Courses ventecle belonging to Presidents i IOAEDDSTIT
A. C Andrsonof he pychoogyMarion L. Burton returned to the resi-
deprtent "doescntPschoog";dence suffering. from an attack of par-, Radio has played an unseen hut
Thomas AT.Iden, "The Gospel for tlo lysi.I a nydet h quick s vital part in the country's welfare in
work of Dr. Theodore Lang, vote rin- Itels ewwes corigt n
Present Age"; J. E. Kirkpatrick of ay htte o' iews ae.f tost madwekpsbliccysrday.toin
the political science department, "The Lateinmdepbicysera.The
Psychological Approach to Religion"; eot niatdta 4 O frequent l blirzards and snow stormusI
and r~t Le~y aternan ottheson which had leen employed was i lt ~ A~l 1 ~ ed
strychniine, which causes a hardnia lr
Semitics dpaten," i.>o and !done ty rpl nd; teephono limesI
Faith of dpartnent, issi~ an a paralysis of the entire body, re- l~t~~s a 1o'ayeli
Faits ofthe Non-Christian World." sulting ins fanvu'sions and ag nyrefor
sligicovlinanagntoThe classes will be' given from 7 :15 the victim, as death does not com~oe l c oul Zt'tien1l Avoi king .a:;in.
to 8 o'clock every 'Tuesday igiht over Stlchsorei p'cssbies of ces sn l t a r e, jaV6
a period of five wqeks.th_ re ebrt trAfitpcraiW' t' off 'YdhV a11 or
th er.Donald Williams, '25, Nell also ri uercnmnctindrn h
s ~k4 th banuet outining. te The airnjale belonging to Gu(ay ms ue o~cnctd~tvn h
spa a h bnut.otinn-th ,~it10dy n. '.. ofok ied ~a result .61this Iis 1)~y
p3rograin to be carried, out daring thel Prevpssbeen um1 .I C ~ t. l llj). 4
oajinctinwith 1the meetin:g of the I'1hainedcaI ~able toin brtdge'ye' ,; statand
~p~n session wuh xv Lw, hlid e of the animlal. The total ofdeaths haeb iabet rdetw~a n
classes every T1uesday night from in h ain oldwihht enoftn pr~vented gra.ve mishajpsz. This
to -15h o'clock. .Juliuis Hauslovsky ..i's especiall.y true in connection with ietyatiue oti ptelci
5L w4 )id at the banquet. ]ionelthhadigotrns hetl-
Crocker of the public spe.k dpr expected. to reach inoTJ~e than 1, Alit' fi
the present rate keeps up.
anent is chairman of the religious in-'! tween stations a leading train, caught
stitute comml ittee. IRumors to the effect that a Yi n sodiit rnhd dw-rd
_____________seen on the campus sreadling poisn- ay by the st orsmaywe stn ruckfro
meat here and there have been unde-l theetrmy aartrain.fCollsin
Montreal, Que., Feb., 25.-The Zoo-j termined, and no clues which might bethrerbaltrtai.Clson
logydepatmet ofMc~il uiverityattended by terrific loss of life areI
logy eparment f Mcill uiveri of aid to the police authorities in run- lkl orslrira fiil
has received a donation of $120,000. likelytoresult,_railroadof__cials ad-
_____________________________ ci~riirs 'lii) o Metmit, when they are unable to say
Westrnes Cu;) o :eetwhere a train is on the track. "Lost"
I Westerner's Social club will mneet trains, traffic janms, and complete
Thusda nihtat Harris hall. Stu- schedule disruptions are the copse-

Against this very possibility, officials
1'the station said last night, they
maintain the plant In a condition of I
immedijate readiness. Within two min-
tes after an alarm, it is estimated,
Station WCBC could be broadcasting
to the four corners of the country its
message of warning, danger, or dis-
aster.
With its admirable location betweenj
the sup~er-stations of Chicago and De-
troit, there is little doubt but what the
station couldI establish, fairly goodI
communication with the rest of the
world in case of isolation of the city.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
citeickly.-Adr

th.;g morning withoutI
Lmy Dixon's Eldorado!~"
17 lead s-all dealers
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"Do you always cross via f
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txpe ien e ravellep!",
See yaur localz
company's offict
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'rrhenia, Caronia,°
Antonia,, Ausonjta,
" C~olumbia; Assyria at
Cabin Ships provide
and satisfaction as!k
Cunard and Anchor Lines
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SATURDAY

THIRD, BIG WEEK

'Carmania, .Albania,
Andania, Saxonia,
Ld other, One Class
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.w as' $1154
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THE PLAY THAT, YOU WILL NEVER FORGET

ALL DETROIT IS TALKING ABOUT

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CALIFO RN IA
SUMMER QUARTER, 1924
Tuesday, June'24th, to
Saturday, August 30th
Second Half Begins July :28
Opportunities to work_ for the
. -1. and for higher deg rees, or
to do special work, in the ocean-
ic climnate of the San Francisco
peninsula,
Courses in the regular aca-
demic and scientific branc-hes,
and in law.
Information from Office 7.
STAINFORDI) UNiIVEJISI TV
California
Pocket MaltedtNMilk!
Like to drink malted x-nilks?
Sure thing, tOld Top!
'Then why not eat 'emn--
here's your chance.
THOMPSON'S
Pure MaltedMilk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Safe for Alludles in Training
Rlight size ;or your pocket. Go
greatattht"gamte- atthe show--oni
hikes--at school or in your room,
5c ®At All ]Dealers -c
Send a nickel for a sample.
Thompson's Maled Food Company
Makers of
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are invited to visit the organization
and take part in its social activities.
The main entertainment for this
meeting will be a danc~e, with rfeh
refesncts following.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Station 'WCBC
Ann Arbor is to some degree pro-
tected from the dire results of brok-
en-off communication by the fact of
possessing the powerful radliophone
station WCB+C, in the electrical engi-
neering department of the University.

Three Hours of Sheer Joy and a Lifetime
.of Recollections

A Ilint to the Wise

GET YOUR SEATS TODAY

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A good mixer
at the club or at home

Drivers work for
the, common
Wegood,
Weare proud of the spirit of
loyalty which actuates all members of the RED
TOP CAB family. Its expression is found in the 'will of
every man to serve the public faithfully.
RED TOP CAB has come to
occupy a distinctive place in the modern industrial
sphere. The enthusiasm of our dlrivers is sometimies the
subject of curious comment.
But there is no mystery
about it, These men have faith in the sincere pur-
pose of their employers. They like their work and are
ambitious for their' company as well as themselves.
The one big object RED
TOP CAB is striving for in this comninty is
unqualified public approval. So we all labor together with
the one object of rendering a service that is nearly as
100% perfect as we can make it.
Is it any*wonder that results
are measureable In pu~blic satisfaction which ex-
pressies itself in constantly increasing patronage.

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THE SCHOOL OF
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING PRACTICE
OF THE MASSACHUSETITS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
A ,GRADUATE SCHOOL ofiferihig course of, studly lead-
ing to the degree of MasterPof Science,"With field tatitins
in the plants of six different companies. These com-
panies produce steel, pulp, paper, caustic soda, chlorine,
heavy acids and salts, sugar, gas, ammonia, benzol, etc.
The more important unit operations of chemical
engineering are studied systematically by means of tests
and experimental work on full scale plant apparatus.
The work is wholly educational and independent of
control by the plant managements. The attention of the
student is directed exclusively to the study of Chemical
Engineering.
The total number ad~mitted to the school is limited

Where men gather to tabs. and play
-to chine and dance--at clubt;
hotels, restaurants and in elegant
homes, enjoy A-B Ginger Ale - a
ripened blend--a mnellow flavor--a
piquant taste that mixes well--the
beverage of social acceptance
wherever sports and hospitality
rule.

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