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April 10, 1924 - Image 2

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FAIVIUS UHEMISTI
SPEAKSTONIGHT.
hrof e s,c- Lenher Will Deliver Viii-
lersiity Lecture On Newr
Solv-ent
IVAS OFFICERIN ]'C('1EMICAL
WVAlWAM', SEICE 01? OF AItIT
P'rofesor Victor Lenher of the1 Uni-
veristy ofl Wisconsin will deliver a
Ujniversity lecture itt 8 o'clock tonight
in the Chemical Amphithveatre on the
subject"SeI enium oxyehloride.""
~In coll,,boraition with his students,'
Dr'. Lenher has devoted years to re-
aiab h)on the rare elements. His
"host im portant contribution", relate
to~ the chemnistry of selenium, teluriuil,
the rare earth metals,' and to geo-
chemistry.
Durin;- the war he held the office
of major in the Unitedl States Chemical
W arfare service in which, besides
gijving; patrotic lectures, hie was able=
to reader a special service. In 1919
hie d'iscoveredl unusual solvent pro-
pertic:" of selenium oxychloride and
sincr then has given 'several lectures
on this subject at various meetings
of the American Chemical Society and
at Present is chairman of the Commit-
tee on Selenium and Telurium ap-
pointed by the National Research
cxlmcil.
STUDENTS WAINTED' FOR0'
S~. A , FRESH AIR0CAMP
Students who have not as yet made
rlpns for the coming vacation perldds
are reminded that openings are avail-
able in the University of "Michigan
3?esh Air camp, which. is being organ-
ized this year on a larger scalie than
ever before under the (direction of
Lewis C. Reiniann, '16, of the Student
Christian a~ssociation.
Arrangements are being cornpleted
by Reimann for a group of college
students to spend their vacations at
thme camp, which is about 25 miles
from Ann Arbor, where they will work1
at constructing the buildings, -the
roads, and doing other outdoor work
which is necessary, before the camp
grounds will be in condition to receive
the children 'next June.
There will be no remuneration ex-
ceptng all expenses. All intierestedl
are asked to see Mr. Relmann as'so n a p sibe
~Notre Dame defeated DePauwv, 81 to
4,in the recent dual cinder meet at
Grencastle.
Attend the t uly. udntAf'er

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LIST 00 CO RSESn was chosen as one of the four1 several courses which were not giv-1
centers in the United States where en last summer,
ER S H 0U lpulic health instructionf will be stres- Dean Kraus urges that all students'
sed this summner. One hundred thous-I who contemplate -attending Summer;
IN UM 11and11 circulars were origin ally sent out school obtain announcements and
IN SUMM R S~uD oIL medical mien in all parts of the
counry hentheannouncement was look over the offerings for the ses-
Announcements INow In Session Office m nade of the special instruction to be ;Sion.
Ready For Distributio ni afforded th em o S u e t e en t o p ge .t e n o n e
ToStgeivenevnt-t ovaes in the announce- East Lansing, Mich., April 9.-Fire
INQUIRY 'VOLUME JN4IVA'i~ESmntregvnortoieScolf of an unknown origin caused $17501i
y Y- ,,(lamage to the annex of the Bacteriol-
IIL~GET INROLMET MRK tle9 as< 1hF'actilly-Stfudent Hixer ogical building recently.
jMore than '500 courses are listed in ________________________________________
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Seniors!

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Col. IH,IV. Miller
Col. H. W. Miller, of the engineering
college, who will give one of the talks,(1
representing the faculty, at the stu-
dent-faculty mixer tonight at the Un-
ion.
COACH LITTLE TO ASSIST
IT PRIZEPRESENTATION,
Coach George E. Little 'will go to
Youngstown, 0., April 21, to }assist in
the presentation of :a bro? ze basket-
ball trophy to the Youngstowni high
school.
This trophy is given by the Mich-'
igan-Youngstown club of the Univer-1
sity for the furtherance of athletic
competition between the high schools.
of their home city.
The trophy will go to the winner of
the series each year for ten years, aft-
er whic~h it wrll be the permanent
possession of the school having won
the most of the contests in that time.
Above the name plates are cut the
seal of thie University and the words:
"University of Michigan."

nouncemlent which has recently been
made ready for distribution. The an-I
nouncements may now be secured
from the offices of the Sumnmer ses-
sion in University, hall and coon will
be available in all registration plae-.i
According to Dean Edward It. Kraus!
of the Summer session, practically all
of the departments of the University
will be in operation during the sum-
mner. with the possible exception of
those handling professional work in
dentistry and oth'er clinical work. "In
fact", he pointed out, "a general exz-
pansion has been made throughout
the whole system."
Dean Kraus states that the number
of inquiries in regard to the whole
session have been greatly in excess
of those received at this time last year'
'and for this reason it is expected that'
there will be a cons ,erahle increase
in enrollment. More than 1,500 in-;
quiries have been received asking
about the courses to be given in hygri-
Stanford Uiversty
CALIFORNIA
SU MMER QUARTER, 1924
Tuesday, June 24th, to
Saturday, August 30th
Second Half Begins July 28
Opportunities to work for the
A. B. and for higher degrees. or
to do special work, in the ocean-
iclimate of the San Francisco
peninsula.
Courses in the regular aca-
demic and scientific branches,
l and in law.
Tnfor.ntion from Office 7.

ASTITCH IN TIME- --

Have :your rugs cleaned while there is still some-
thing left of them; a good cleaning,. such as we
give, lengthens their life.
"'very Hug Shaimpooed with IvorySoap"
AMERICAN RUG CLEANING WORKS
PHONE 1911

Canes ordered on or
before Saturday,
March twenty-
nine, are here

LITS, ENGINEERS,
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Kan Threatens IA1 FQRI AI.ESInJ
Cornell Editor -
Ithaca, April 9.-Robert Eiler, editor ..._ ..__.._ . .. ,,°.
of the Cornell Sun is the recipient of~
~a threat~ening lettei from ,the Klu iKlux S PR Lg' ~J
Klan. This hItter 'was evidently in I NJ v.
,teted by recent editorials denouncing I_
the Klan's activities. All the athletes Have your notes, repo
of the college gathered in an informal whileaway. Guaranteed to
mass meeting and swore to defendc
Eiler if necessary.l Special Rates D9
D~fl' j' 2listi te Mixer Toigh hf STUr)ENTS'"sU
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JPPL"Y

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our store today and let us show you the
stock. Due to the exceptionally large sto(
able to give you perfect fitting garments.
j Under no circumstances would we allow
our store that did not absolutely fit the

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You'll enjoy going homne much more if your
. . clothes are fresh and clean when you get th~ere.
E ~Still time to have them perfectly. cleaned and
pressed before leaving, too. l fBring themg to our
K
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the "Ma j." Get themr tomorrow.
T hat's for the best cleaning in Ann A rbor and we
"- i ~~charge you onlyT $100 per suit or overcoat. \Vork .
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BEy White Sm
i= White Swan cleans women's clothing too. Re-
stores fabrics and linings to their original lustre.
Removes all dirt and grease, presses perfectly.
I ~No film remains to attract new dirt. Bring yours
in for estimation on cost. Satisfaction assured.
[oeLaundry broughik inbfore 6*:30 this morrn*-
frg will bra ready at4530P.m. same day.
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You'dll ook .your best
when you go home for.
vacation if your suit
and topcoat have been
cleaned here in Benzol

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