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April 09, 1924 - Image 5

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M fI.[D T IN1EB[AmUndsCUReady For Pole Flight
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~I~oiuo. (.19( r L i r io
V auevifle lboth !)Y facally members,
aind saet, a ,ozchestra selec-
Lions., short taiFs, anld a general good
time are to be featulres of the st~.dent-
faculty mixer whichl will be held be-t
ginning at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow eve-
iung in the asseu:b'y hall of the Union.
The mixer, to which there wil be no{
admis:;ion, is to he given under the._
auspices of the Student Chr'stian as-
sociation and the Union.
The progratm is to be one essential-j
ly of humor and fun. Satire and corn-
edy will form a large part of the pro-.
gramn which is intended primarily to
encourage friendship between thel
student body and the faculty. Formal-
ity' is to be dispensed with entirely.
The faculty menibers who hoave been
visiting fraternity houses during thej
last few weeks under the direction of
a discussions committee headed by J.!
K. Dunn, '24, are especially urged toE
be present at the mixer. The frater-
nity men who have been hearing them
at fraternity houses may' havea1
chance tomorrow evening to see themn.
in a les dignified way.
The first part of the mixer will be
~ninformal get-together of all the1t
guests. The short plays and comedies
will follow, while th,: short pep talksj
by students and faculty men will end
the program.
Char les Livingstone, '25, and Dunin,
a.re heads of the committee in charge'
of the work, carricd on Aand are being I
helped by a number of sub-omitmit-

U L~lI LU I~UU and coniiis all t1 he facmiliar ('othan
1i ( us and gylilulastics.
Ti eld-Ing I-i. Yost, di JA for of inrtr-I*
(.'Ie,-ate athIl(tic,L.a a c ti~tc('d ri _A 1)0 Li ,' 11135 1,' like every
inifVtationi to givec the dedic~ation ,:(i- il>vl 5 Eo r, rea lly needs no in-
dre'ss ;of the new recreation ht1di Lo;1!sitfl. I t' stasUSoneof the
vC etiy (onfl i1ted at( 'ulx , :xee~vieso temdr
cat:lemy, Cul ver, Ilad. The ded Uind ia0all drdrnatic literature.
1 1 ts intialf publ ication it occa S°
of this addition to th' cdtsho.-o, teI't efroi adVnm
viil take place Monday, A: 1.t ilcadVl11-
The recretion :,ihall iLson the ui ,,Sio. truhotte vi
l ine2 as the Yost field oe!-l cn: n I ll ~wor'. M; ears ,iL(~id of its tirie
ing gyminasiunm facilities 1fr the 81';t sounded the battle,-c ry of finhim
cadets of the sch-ool, a i umnnin.g'1tra c, -- -_________
basketball courts, shooiting gallery "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
andl other equipment.' qiickiy--Adv.,


Shou'l be cleaned regularly, if they- arc
to retain their life and color.
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Whetclasses are over



You will find here modern equipment for all kinds
of repair work.
R ugs made over, sewed, bound.
Fringes furnished and sewed on. Rugs siued.
Caipeting laid.
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PRONE 1911


Am-undsem (left) 1Leut, Ralph Davidson (right) and below, Haakon
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In a few dlays, Roald Amundsen, famous Artie explorer, will have fully
begun h.is greatest adventure, a flight over the North Pole. He is leaving
Italy in two Italian-built planes with Haakon Hammer, Norwegian flier,
Licut, Ralph Davison, U. S. Navy; a n ewspaper photographer, and 'an Ital-
ian assigned to the trip by the governmnent of Italy. He will fly from Pisa
by way of Zurich, Teyel, Bergen, Tro fso and Spitzbergen on his way across,
the polar regions. He will return by way of the United States.


T Hi summer in Europe! The Olympaici
Gamnes-the supreme qu azren i ia l test
of America's prowess agaist thrre athletes
of the world. The British EmireExhibi-
tion--the forer~ost event c-of its_ kind evcr
held in England. The chlam pio~nsokf the
British turf will race at E ps om a d Ascot.
]Deauville will set new fsirs Paris
will entertain you with sparkling gayeties.
The joy of travel--days and nigir on
the broad Atlantic.
C ROSS for $125
Now is your chance-for exch1an -, rates
are favorableliving expensesab-!road are
low. Second cabin accommodatiJox s on
our great ships start at $1 2--sp)__actis
decks--attractive public room~zs--f ieod
and splendid service.. The cabi;rnlhps,
also-jolly and reason-a ble to ISail o n.
Our service is cmlt-nsiigdts
types of accomimo~atioras, and adaptabil.
ity to your vacation 'u J t-t. Sail ing s to
five European countries.

7,. o-,ico City, Ap>ril .-Eugene T. IDai-
Icy., British subject, indicted on a
rlharge -or conspiring to bring arms
anduamn uiiiton intor-Mexico for the
r'woltiutionis t hats been released on


7,000 pesw-osrbod.
Blo,,mington,. ' rili .8.---More than
$1,900 was n-rofitted fromt basketball i
re f'pts this season by the Universityj
of Indiana.___________
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Insurance--Fire, Marine and Casualty-
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the interest, the enthusiasm and the brain-
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The Insurance Company of North
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is of a piece with the history of national
development since 1792. From an intimate
knowledge of the international scope and
influence of Insurance, it commends this'
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them and any other equipment yNou
;, ,may need.


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Put them away clean and. sweet-s
that when you get back you will be
prepared for the warm days of Spring.
Efficiency in laundering blankets is
partly a matter of skill and partly a
matter of superior, equipment. 'We
have both.
Our delivery service is excellent.
You will be pleased with .it.
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