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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

gOMMENCEMENT
EIENTS INNOUNCED
(Continued from Page One)
Address........Speaker of the Day
Address ...... Dean Henry M. BatesI
"The Yellow and Blue"
12:15 P. M.
Senior Literary Banquet, Michigan
Union.
3:30 P. M.
Alumnae Council Meeting, WNest
Parlor, Barbour Gymnasium. Supper
'ki be served all Councillors who
nlQify. lumnae Counicil office, Alum-
ni Memorial Hall, of their intention I
to he present at the meeting. Tickets;
$.75.
7: 30 P. M..
Annual Meeting of the Regents of
tho University.

Cameraman Catches Kings

1Charles Livingstone president for the
comning year. Other officials include
John Hassberger as vice-president and
John Grylls as secretary-treasurer.
The following were also elected to
membership: Mr. Donald Hamilton
Haines, Prof O. J. Campbell, Mr. H.
A. Kenyon, Mr. F. E. Robbins, and Mr.
Daniel L. Quirk, Jr.
The new policy of Mimes to cen-
tralize the production of the Opera
entirely in the hands of the organiza-
tion even to the painting of the
scenery and the designing of the
costumes was discussed at this time.
This method has already been worked
out successfully by two prominent
eastern dramatic societies, the Prince-
ton Triangles and the Pennsylvania
Mask and Wig. In this way it is
hoped gradually to make the annual
Opera a distinctly student perform-
ance.

ANN

A RBOR

HILLS

"For Better [tomes"

LARGEST area of our east side hill4, valleys arid woods thus far developed under a
single, unified and comprehensive plan.
LOCATED between Washtenaw Avenue (now paved) and Geddes Avenue, one-
fourth Rule from present city limits. Destined by nature to be i the heart of Ann Arbor's
finest residential area in the future.

9:00 P. M.x
Senior Ball, Waterman Gymnasium.
FlUDAY, JUNE 1:3
Reunion Day. Alumni, Registration
continues throughout the day. Re-
unions of the following Classes. Se-
cretaries and Class Headquarters are j
also stated.
Headquarters Alumni--College of
Architecture, Room 202, New Engin - ing Fcrdinand of Romania (eft) and ling George V of England
eering Building.
VARSITY BAND REUNION The number of reigning kings isso reduced that opportunities to ob-
All former members of the Varsity tain a photograph of two of them together are rare. Here are King
Band will please register at Alumni Ferdinand of Roumania, looked on as the mostpowerful ruler in the trouble
Hall. Band Headquarters will be an-j d Balkans, and King George V of England, snapped in London, where
nounced at the registration table. the Roumanian ruler are now paying a state visit.
Annual Meeting of Alumnae, Alum-
ni Memorial Hall. Speakers, Dean friends invited to visit and inspect the women, be it said that Margaret Bail-
Hamilton, Mrs. Zelner Dowling, and buildings. ey did not handle a pipe well.
Miss Claire Sanders. of Detroit. 8:15 P. M. Among the particularly meution-
10:00 A. M. Senior Girls' Play, Whitney Theatre, ables are numbered Margaret Effinger,
Class Day Exercises, College of Lit- "If I Were King," by Justin Huntley who made an effective entrance in a
erature, Science, and the Arts, Class McCarthy. Performance directed by dazzling white suit, and then made up
of 1924. On the campus. Professor John L. Brumm. Tickets for it by some creditable acting. Mn-
PROGRAM I may be obtained at Alumni Memorial erva Miller, who eloped in a most
President's Address .... Walter K. Hall or at ticket office, Hill Auditor- charming manner and Margaret Jones,
Scherer ium, June 11 and 12. Proceeds are who stormed like a typical father. Miss
History,.......Frieda S. Diekhoff to be given to the fund for the Mich- Jones was not especially well dressed
Oration.. ........J. Kyuang Dunn igan League Building. in comparison to the rest of them, but
Poem ............Dorothy Sanders 8:30 P. M. then, she was taking the part of a
Prophecy.......... Ilarry D. Hoey Band Bounce, Hill Auditorium, man, and a father at that. We were
Address ......Dean John R. Effinger Lower floor reserved for alumni who enthusiastic over most of these act-
10:00 A. M. will secure tickets in advance at the resses, tolerant of two, and revolted
Class Day Exercises. College f office of the Alumni Association. Bal- by one.
Engineering, Class of 1924. At the cdny and gallery open to the public.
Senior Benches in, the Engineering _-. - IMIMES at a recent meeting elected

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Washington, May 28.- A general
utility topographical survey at the
United States, to be completed within
t2 years, to insure a uniform map for1
engineering projects, is provided in a
bill reported yesterday by the house
:ommnrerce committee.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

PLANNED by America's foremost landscape
Brothers, of Brookline, Mass.

at chitects

and engineers-Olmsted

RESTRICTIONS that guarantee continued beauty and
while making a home of moderate cost possible if in good taste.

harmony on every

SANFORD'S
FOUNTAIN PEN INK
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ONE hundred and fifty-four Suburban Estates-sites for homes of character. Non
less than one-half acre. Each one is carefully laid out for a home of individuality. Som
are wooded, some have fine orchard trees, others command unusual views.

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President's A ddress .... Irw in E(Cfa
-Stegmeicir
History ......... Henry H. Hubbard (Continued. from Page Four)
Oration .........Calvin A. Campbell Pike, Effinger. and Knisely, and the
Prophecy ........ Jack W. Kearns more remote direction, we suspect, of
Class Poem ..........Ira P. Newby the ever reliable and ever artistic J.
Address'... Dean Mortimer E. Cooley Raleigh Nelson.
"Tlie Yellow and Blue" Many oXf our campus activities, dra-
10.00 A. M. matic and otherwise, are characteris-
Class Day Exercises. School of Ed-j tically half baked. Masques is one of
ucation, Class of 1924. University the few drganizations that does things
High School. brown. As the name .implies, "Ashes
PROGRAM of Roses". was even a little burned in
SD spots, The country girl was over-

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Chairman ...... Wi iamd .. 1Jonnejiy
Address by Class President......
....F. oster I. Huber
History .:.....Forrest G Averill
Oration .............Joanna Jo Oewitt
Presentation of Class Memorial ....
........Lillian M. McEachern
Acceptance of Memorial...... Prof.
Calvin O. Davis
Address..... Dean Allen S. Whitney
"The Yllow and Blue" f
12:00 M.
Luncheon for Michigan Alunae.
Betsy Barbour House.
12:40 P. M.t
Senior Engineering. Banquet, Michi-
gan Union.

dressed and overenthusiastic. To the
eternal honor and ,glory of Michigan

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SAMPLES

New Crop Flower
Seeds
Ann Arbor people do not real-
ize that right here in our own
home town we have one of the
largest stocks of flower seeds
in the state. In annual seeds
we lave not only the well known
varities but we have the new-.
est novelties in separate colors
as well as mixed In -perennial
flower se(( we have a 'wide
variety and carry many kinds
not carried, in retail catalogues.
If a small quantity or an ounce
is required we can supply. Our
stocks are fresh and germina-
tion is guaranteed. . Everything
in flowering seeds, plants, bulbs,
11A RRIS SEED STORE
Cor. Waihhtinton & Fifth Ave.

Permanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
836 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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Baseball

3:00 P. M.
Game, Ferry Field. Uni-'

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versity of Meiji vs. University ci
Michigan.. . I
4:00-6:00 P. M.
Open House at Martha Cook Build-
ing, Helen Newberry Residence, Betsy'
Barbour House, Alumnae House, and
Adelia Cheever House. Alumni and

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Chiropcdist and
Orthopeditt
707 North University Phone 2852

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this summer
SSelling ,

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for the Standard
Oil Building
New York City
CARRPSRE
and
HASTINGS
Architects

Evinrude Rowboat Motors
at summer resorts. Become
our special agent-make a hand-
some income demonstrating and
selling our famous Sport Twin,
nationally advertised, and the
fastestquietest littleboat-motor
ever made. Dignified, pleasant
work-and you are your own
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special agent's price on demon-
strator which we
will buy back at end
of season if you de-
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required. A great
chance to learn prac-
tical salesmanship.
Write us at once, outne
yourqualiJcations,where
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When you are looking for
a pleasant place to eat don't
forget that the Ann Arbor
Restaurant is the place.
The food, the service, and
the atmosphere make.it pleas-
ant for you. "It's just the
place fc r you to eat at."
Special dinner served be-
tween I I and 2, and also
specials for the evening.
THE ANN ARBOR
RESTAU RANT

YOU can own one of these Suburban Estates in the heart of Ann Arbor's future
clusive residential area for the price of an ordinary city lot one-third or one-fifth as large.
wonder conservative business men believe values in Ann Arbor Hills will more than dot
in five years.

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HURON Hills Golf Course will be built adjoining. Golf ground
mile from present city limits. Will serve as a beautiful park.

only six-tenths of

NOTICE how many
the strategic landscape and

building sites nestle around the golf grounds
home building opportunities these offer.

Ask to be shown

THE time to buy is now. Only a few of theseEstates can be sold at
can save hundreds of dollars by purchasing now-even if not ready to1
Convenient terms if you desire.

first prices.
build until

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HEAVY rains have necessitated a delay in making showings because we are permi
well graded streets to settle thoroughly before putting on gravel. We are ready to r
showings now. Phoie and inform us if you desire to see Ann Arbor Hills. It must be
to be appreciated.

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