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SLY OfFICI Al IBU L L ETI N
%tiou 'i the Buletin Is constructive noticer to al members of
xversty. Copy received b;": thr, A#4Itant to the Predent until
(.(11:30 a.im. Saturday~
# 4 FRIDIAY, MA Y 2,1924 N mber 1;5
he information of the memibers of the Univers~ty and of the public
Sregulations of the University are herewith summarized:
o-not park In cross roads between ovals as t etween Chemistry and
ience ThBaililings.
arkig must be only In indicated apace at University Hlal.
'o patking In center space at University Hall.
hen avilable space is filled, no more cars may be parked.
o paarking in driveways.
041y cars with permits are allowed to park in "Restricted Space"
rocks and "cars positively must keep off lawns and walks.
following University parking spaces are available:
estricted -' Between Chemistry Bldg. and Natural Science Bldg.
-At'University Hll.,
-At old Campus Boiler H-ouse.
" - South of Old Engineering Shops
Open - S. University Ave. between E. University and Havn.
't -- Vollt nd and Washtenaw corner.
estrcted - Health Service.
Open- -- South of University Laundry. Washington ;street.
estricted - East of Store House. 14th Street
estricted - Between University' Hospital "and Maternity Ward.
-North of Hospital Office.
-bear of Dental Building.
bove rules arein accordance with Public Acts Noo, "80 and No. 32
Applications for parking permts should be made at the Secre-
ice.
puikings and Grounds Department are patrolling all designated
paces and wll rigidly enforce the above rules.'
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent
t Buildings and Grounds Department.
ttention of all holders, of Athletic Coupon Books is called to the
paragraph inside the front cover of the Coupon Book :
'een ted for admission by any person other than owner, look wvill
d, taken up at time of fraudulent presentation and full admission
The Owner will be called to account for any fraudulent use of
and will be subject to discipline by the University authorities on
dation of the Athletic Association."
At= , fifty books were taken up at the Ohio State game and the
these ,books will be reported to the University authorities for their
!an we not expect better cooperation from Michigan men andi women
eryance of'this personal contract and obligation?
Fol~ding 11. Yot Drector.
r Art A9Ssgcaton:
sWll be an exhibition of watercolors, etchings, and dry-points by
[agher, and of color wood prints by 1.. Walter Phillips, at Memorial
k daysat 1:30 and Sundays at 2:00 p. m. fropi Saturday, April 26,
S a'4 ncuiets of the, Universit~y and the Schools will e admitted free:
AWarren P Lombrd, Presidfent
riversity of Michigan Chapter of Phi Beta appa cordially invites
rs of Qtbr chapters of the society to attend Its, annual initiation
,J May 3rd at 7:30 ,p. M. in the main dining-room on the first floor
on." Tiokets at $150 may be obtained on the eveningof theLanquet
SAll nmembers planning to attend will please notify the under-
mal or telephone. J. H. Hodges, Secretary.
al meeting and" election of officers, Friday evening, M\ay 2, at s p.
Club room. Henry F. Adats, Secretary.
T. osken of the Sullivat Machinery Company will be in Room
eerng Oulding, Friday, May 2nd, and wishes to interview those in-
n positions with this company. I. C. Anderson.
Qtra"tiell League Contest:
ix Opresentatives" of the Universities of Michigan, Wisonsn,
noib, °lIn'nsota, and Northwestern will compete for the honors of
)f1'contet tonight in Hill auditorium. The contest begins
at ig rto'clock. ,I . Dann, President, Oratorical Aso.
Yi l Chiagan'Band:
: le'ai~e the . U. Rt.station oil HURON STtERIT for the Kalama-oo
4~ thi3s morning. Wear full(dress unifrom and bring racks.
Willam (raulich, Jr., QManaget'r
aezhiay purchase tickets to Glee Clubs Formal Dance, to b givm
510 .1,rold Stephen, 803 So. State "St., Phone 3520.
ilawaril G. SalmiUl.

will be firing on the outdoor range Friday aftern son, May 2nd,
d&y morning, May 3rd. Trucks will leave R. 0. T. C. Office 1:00
day and 8:15 A. M. Saturday. No students will be permitted to
have not completed the required preliminary instruction as given
s I and II. Wmn. T. Carpenter, P.M.S. & T.
Boar~d Ushiers:
rical board usher's are requested to be at Hill auldjtoriium at 7 :3
night.
R.. D. T. Hollister.

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(:PS AND GOWN S ARE NOW
READ11Y AT GEORGE MOE'S
Only 150 seniors have called
for their Caps and Gowns at
Gecrge Moe's sport shop on North
University avenue. All the Com-
mencement garments arrived last
Tuesday. With Swing-Out only
five dlays off the seniors are urg-
ed to take them out of the shop
right away so that all may have
them at that time.
SwFing-Out is the first tradition-
al ceremony each spring in which
the senior classes appear together
obi the campus in Caps and
Gowns. From then on until grad-
uation they are worn on designat-
ed dlays of each week.

Baltimore, May 1,-Senator James1 Copenhagen, Mlay 1.--At the opening!
Couzens passed a "fairly comfortable: of parliament Premier Stauning read
nlight" and was "doing well" this the king's speech without winding up
morning at Johns Hopkins hospitals xwith the traditional "long live the,
where he was operated on for gall-j king and the constitution." Instead,
bladder trouble Tuesday. H~is condi: another La-bor man shouted, "Long
-tion continues satisfactory, hospital live Denmark."
authorities added.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
Patronize Daily Advertisers.- Adv quickly.-Adv.
SiT (TENT'S--SI ?ICER IWORK
Deri' West Side is enjoying the
I"y rN.__ g reatest industrial development that

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Ann Arbor people do not r
ize that right here in oure
home town we have one of
largest stocks of flower sE
in the state. In annual se
wve l'ave not only the well lin
rarities but we have the n
est novelties in separate co'
as well as mixed. In peren:
flower seeds we have a v
variety and carry many ki
not carried in retail catalog
If a small quantity or an ou
is required we can supply.
stocks are fresh and gerin
tion is guaranteed. Everytl
in flowering seeds, plants, bi
shrubs.

(c'lagiper madl Slumii
Gallagher and Shean, the famous
coup le, who will aplpear in tile Green-
wich Village Fo l i-;,sat the Wtahitney ,
th eater Sundaly ;ight. T,, xviii be
tlid liremliere ahppe r~ince of the two
comians in AnnvArbor
It's 'ra eflcicne(y to use Dlaily,
W1ITN j
MJaiQlleroi ,e %Thur.
I3:i? AMERICA' GREATE fE l!M

F. Ray Conmstock and M1orris Gest
Announce' the Only Visit In
Detroit of the
NOSCOW ART THEATRE
World's Foremost Acting Company
at the
GARRICK THEATRE
Detroit
TONIGHT
"Tzar Fyoder Ivarovitch."
Sat. Hat. May :3-"11The Cherry Or-
chard."1
.Sa . Eve. 1,1a y 3--,The Lower Depths."
Prcices, Nights . '..$1.00 to $3.00
SNats. Wed. and Sat. .... $1.00 to $2.50
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SHave You Seen y
ww ''h e N ew ly
w OpenedM
~Ann Arbor
.: Resauan
SPECIAL LUNCHEON
"The Best of Everything"
Catering especially to par- w.
t:Les at reasonabhle price. Res-
ervations made by appoint-
CALL 584-J
Cur Fountain Specials
arethe best and something
rnew.'-
- 215 S. Main St.
{Patronize D7aily Advertisers.-Adv,

Women to Learn a
,Business of Happiness
The happiest occupation in the
world is-showing women how to
improve their appearance. It
brings happiness to them-untold
happiness. It brings satisfaction
and fortune to you.
You can learn this business of
happiness in a few weeks of fasci-
nating work. First we teach you
how to improve your own person-
al appearance. That brings hap-
piness to you. Then you learn
how to improve the appearance of
others. That brings happiness to
them..
Complete course in Facial and
Scalp Treatment, Shampooing,
Manicuring, Marcel, Water and
Permanent Waving, Hairdressing,
Electrolysis. Attractive surround
ings. Easy terms.
The time is past when women
have to be contented with meager
earnings just because they are
women. In almost any point on
the map we have Marinello Shop
Owners earning from $3,000 to
$20,000 a year in a highly respected
calling. More salaried positions
are open for trained Marinello
graduates than we can fill.
Right now decide to look into this
business of, happiness; it is the
onportunity of a lifetime. Write
for catalog and complete booklet

any section of the world has ever
gone through. We will train a fewv
U. of M. men to sell our properties,
filrnish cars, and close the'r sales.
One Michigan man made $5,040 here
last summer. W 4trite giving telephone
number and address. You will be in-
terviewed in the campus and our pro-
position and method of training thor-1I
oughly explained.
1012Jl.etoltNAT Saigs0an
A.12 DeYoiM ans BCO.
Detroit, M1ihgan

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A new subdivision out Jackson Ave., a stone's throw~ fromt~ the
Court Hlouse, on the paved road and car line.
The best procurable land values out or inside of Ann Arbor,
lots ranging in price from $259.00 to $750.00.
Gra,7vel roads, shade trees, and sidewalks. No taxes for the

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sor societies using this
dI include in their notices
adplace. All notices
data will be disregarded.
FRIDAY
tLiterary circle mieeting,
IFrench play, "Le -Medec..1
141," by Mvoliere, Sarah
gell hall.
s4ty club meets in clubj

PHYSICIST WILL SPEAK
ON "ATOMIC STRUCTURE"
Dr. Robert Andrews Y'llikrn of
Pasadena., Calif., world famous physic-
i~t and recent winner of the Nobel
prize in that subject, will deliver a
University lecture at 11 o'clock tomor-
rowa Morning in Natural Science audlit-
orluum, his subject being "Atomic Stru-
cture." Bertrand Russell having ds
di-cussed atoms in his lecture here last
Tuesday. Professor Mllikap's address
will be the second scientific lecture
on the same subject within a week.
Professor MAillikan, who is director
of the Normian Bridge laboratory or
physics at Pasadena, comes to Ann
Arbor to deliver the principal' speech
at the annual Phi Beta Kappa society
bianquet tomlorrow night.

III Jr VV"on t
Let us show
pointment, a
r pense is all o

you these wonderful lots. Phone 3516 for
[nd our m'en will drive you to the lots. The
:)rs; you are under no obligation to buy.

irs. Time payme-n-s. 10 percent down,2 percent
5 percent discount for cash..

Do not delay. The. lots will go fast at these
prices.
Salesmen on the lots all day Saturday and Sun
dav.
Wab~afthent Co.nd

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Students leave
tion of Huron
rational church.
tt A. 3MellIJlan
)mic Structure,"
itorium.

Paris, May 1.-George Cardinal Mun-
'delein, of Chicago, accompanied by his
secretary, is quietly catching up with
his belated correspondence before
sailinr for home Saturdayv on tiheBer

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