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THE MICHAIGAN DAILY

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I MENCEMENT
'Uicry' Leagiie RHouse Reun11ons;
I '- ' lI tCame, Featurfe
Satulrday
FETA'ND AN S 1A SWzr
'IVI ENAI)E ALSO SCJIED)LTLED
hec remaier uof the sohdule of
its f'or Commencement ,week the
p art of which was printed in yes-
ay's isue, is concluded below.
Saturday, Jujne 14.
Alumni Day
egistration contin~ues throughou~t
cday.r
8:30 A. MT.
reakfast for Senior Nurses, Nurs-
Dorm, itory.
4:00 A. M .
catal Alumni Reception in-the Co-
B'uildingiall day Saturday.
10:00 A. MT
nnu a! Alumnni Mleting in Hill Aud-
iumI.
12:15 P. M.
lumni Luncheon, complimentary
the University to visiting alumni.
ved in B~arbour Gymnasium.
12:15 P. M.
W" Club Luncheon at the Michigan
on.
1: 30 P. M.
Alumni Mass Mieetinig in Hill Aud-
u1.
2:00 P. M.
Adelia Cheever House Alumnae
ting: at house.
41:00 P. M.
lumnae House Alumnae Associ-
n meets at Alumnae House.
4: 00;P. M..
aseball Game, Ferry Field, Uni-
~ity of Meiji vs. University of

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Claims .Discovery BAR
ELECTS NEW STAFF

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Seniors, -

Dixon, lDunn, Salzmatn, Callahan, "Van
Talkenburg, Parks, Ford
Chosen
31Y"lDISTRIBUTE LECTUTRE
BLANNKS REIESTRATION WEEKJ
Election of the officers of the Cara-I
torical board was held at a; meeting
'!tuesday, according to Millard H. Pry-
or, '25,, president of the, boad. The
'following ,will hold :posts, next year;
officers, William C. Dixon, '26, vice-
jpresident <m~l local 'contest ''irector;
lames J. 1Dunn, '26, treasurer, and
chairnan of th'c oratorical program,
-ticket commi.ttee. He will he assisted
by Howard E. Crowell, '25; and Eliza-
Beth Van Valkenberg, '27, secretary.j
Mere lR. Parks, '25, will be chairman.
of the social committee with Ellen L.
Nyland, '25, as assigtant chairman;
Richard Ford, '26L, chairman of the
usher com-mittee; Elmer H. Salzmnan,
'%E rnirmnn of .hp. window e"" -,.. - XA' .LA?.

After you have lefit-your, aIla
mater you can rely on Lyndon andm
Coi.for campus pictures. ,just wrvlite

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A MGetting Tired of the Old Bran1ds?
Let us sug cgest a newI Cigar that will
suit your taste and pocketbook
Blue F ron t
i Cor.. State and Packard St.

.t $Lynon omy
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committee; Roy H. Callahan, '26,
~1 chairman of the publicity committee,
-. and Grace P. Thomas, '26, assistant * ;....,.......a....,
chairman.
iaredT. If. Giragossion Following the elections plans for'I{
Another chance may be given by next year were discussed, one of the
congress to Garabed T. . Giragos-I most important being a p n providing ;T
sion, Armenian invento~r, to demo~n- for the distribution o f applicationfI
strate his "free enaergy generator," blanks for lecture courses at the time 8 r
which, if it is as practical as Gira-; of registration in the University.
gossior chaihrs., will supply a limitless - --
amount of power~ at a cost of next tol "Chuck" Barret, All-American quar- E
nothing. A stir was caused bey the terback, and Cornell's greatest foot-
inventor in 1917, when both the house; ball player, died in Arizona Thursday,
and senate gaze his claims serious at- after making a great fight against ill IOU
tejition. health.
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near~F riho,.cia
rn~a4~ a n ~v2

nsient Vi '1rs
John Serves
VEGETABLIES _DESSERT
With All 'His Meals
Your Choice
CHICKEN -
ENTREES
ROASTS cI

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People Say_-

That theyr adlmire the eleg ance of the

flower display in our shopx.

We' hope

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4:00 P. M.
['he Helen Newberry Residence As-
Jainfourth annual reunion.
itin 4:00 P. MA. }
tho 'Martha Cook Building Alumnae 1'
sociation'reunion.
6:00 P. M.
Fhird Annual Architectural Alumni
nner, at the Marbruck.
8:30 P. M.
senior Reception for members of the
aduating Class and their friends
d to alumni. President's House and
acent indicated portions of' the
mpus, Cards of admission may be
ained at the office of the Secretar~y
the University and from the Secre-
,y of the Alumni Association. In j
e 'of rain, the reception ,will b~ e 1,ed

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tha-t this ia not an idle boast for after all
We leave this judgment up to you. Come

in, anytime.

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Follow rhe signs out Main St. State Route M-65. Evei'v
night af~;ndFr~y aftern~oon.,

GOODHEW2
S1PLOR'%%AL' OQ
T25 Eltertu t. Phoe 1312

609 E. Williams

Just Off State

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8:45 P. M.
Senior Promenade

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oncert on the Campus by the Unt-
sity of MN'ichigan Band.'
Sunday, June 15
11:00 A. M.
acc.alarzca.te Address to the Grad-°
:ing Classes of all the Colleges
3 Schools, in Hill Auditorium, by
Ilam Lowe Bryan, L.L.D., Presi-}
t of Indiana University.
4:00TP. AM.I
ea at the Nurses' Dormitory, given
the Junior Nurses.
8:00 P. M.
Meeting at Lane Hall. State and
~~ngonStreets, of all Alumni
oare interestedl in the religious
k of the Student Christian Associ-I
in..
Mondlay,-June 16,.
ightietli Annual Commencement
7:30 A. M.
Bu gleC1] Ceremony of Hoisting
l11lag.
7:45 P. TJ.
ommenl~cenient Pirocession Forms.
8 :00 A. M.
rcession, Starts.
9:00 A. M.
'omencement Exercises. Address
ilenn Frank., A. B., Editor in Chief,
Centuary Magazine.
1: 00 P. -A.
unch eon at Nurses' Dormitory, for
besof Graduating Class of Nurs-
Trann School and their friends.
Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
cly.-Adv.
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Le'Aer, at less cost and with less wear and tear than
home laundering.
If 't seems impossible we ask you to give us

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ing to have your work done here.

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Delicious Sundaecs
Hot or Cold Drinks

That's part of Qur service. One day service if you

want it.

Send us your launidry today. Give us the op-
P-- I- Unity of proving what we say. It will be the be-
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Mym icAthletes
Visit Anan Arbor's most

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