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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FOREIGN TUDENTS
CLUB PLANSTRIP
Twenty Hembers Of Eight Naions
Will Visit Michigan Cities I
Week Of April 13
IS ANNUAL AFFAIR
Morc Than 20 foreign students, rep-
resenting eight different nations, will
participate in the annual spring trip
of the Cosmopolitan club which is to
begin on Monday, April 13 and last
throughout the entire week.
The same itinerary as in former
years will be followed by the club.
Beginning with Battle Creek, the club
will also spend one day in Kalamazoo,
Gran~d Rapids, Lansing, and Flint,
returning to Ann Arbor on Saturday
afternoon. The students will be the
guests at homes in each city.
Whizle in the "k'oocl City" the club
wil visit the Postum Cereal plant and
the Battle Creek sanitarium. The
next stop will- be at Kalamazoo where'
they will visit the Western State 'Nor-
mal school and the Kalamazoo college'
in the morning, and the Vegetable
Parchment company, th.a second lar-
gest in the United States, in the after-
noon.
Wednesday the party w~l visit
Grand Rapids. The students will spend
the morning in the show-rooms of
the Berkey and Gy Furniture com-
pany. In the afternoon they will
probably inspect a modern :filtration
plant and several other industries
Lansing will be host to the group
on Thursday. The Reo Motor car
company, the Michigan Agricultural
college, and the state capitol will be
visited by the club. On Friday the
Cosmopolitans will spend the day in
Flint. They intend to inspect the
Chevrolet Motor Car company, and the
Flint Varnish company.
In each city the party will give its
own pogram in return for the hos-
pitality of its hosts. Speeches will be
made, songs will be sung, and various
acts will be given.
Mr. Carlton Wells of the Rhetoric
department and Prof. Jonathan Hild-
ner of the German department will
have charge of the trip.
NONINCOME DEPARTME YTS
COST UNIONX $70,000 YEARLY
It costs the Union $70,000 a
year to operate the non-income
producing departments and to
carry on various activities. OnlyII
I$36,000 is taken in each year on
tlife membership subscriptions.
A shortage of $3,000 must e
Itaken from the income-bearingI
Jor commercial departments and
used to defray the other ex-
Ipenses. As a result, at the end
of each year there is little left
to apply on the $306,364 debt
Istill standing against the Un-
ion.
A mortgage of $200,000 will be
due in August, and banks which
Ihold the mortgage, will not re-
new it. If the debt is to be paid
Iit will have to be paid with
Jrnoney raised on past-due sub-I"
scriptions. As a result, Union
officials urge that Union mnem -j
jhers who owe money on their
memberships settle their debts,
in order that the Union may be
!relieved of a critical financial
I situation.
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Carries Rambling Prince On Latest Jaunt This Month

Classification
Methods Topic
Of Discussion
('hanging the classification methodls
of the I. niversitv was the major dis-
(uiIfl at the meeting of the faculty
of the College ofLtrar, :~n~
andl the mArts yesterday , t nGOn.
rpwoiproblems we re( considred,.
namely, whether the elassitic "' ion
shoul1(1extend toI ('juniors iandLIsenliors
in the calle ge, and ]low the mcxc'han-
ical1 work is to0 be ca rried1 o; t ill th e
future. The whole ,natter 1' as laidl on
the table pending the a ppointment of
a new Registrar. It was decided not
to bind his hands by any raguilat ions
on his taking office.,
Prof. W. D. H-enderson, head of tihe
extension division of the University,
gave a report on that department and
the work it is carrying en among the
people in the state.
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The battleship Repulse is being prepared at Portsmouth, EnDg., to carrythe rambling Prince of Wales on his
next jaunt, a tour of South Afm lea andlsome of the South American countries, on which lhe will ernhati March
28. In his party will be two dozen' valets anA a jazz band.

Experienced Officers Soughita
For Summer Camp At Custeri
i es with them, such as Gall Lake, at
Officers on ,the campus who have whichli cottages are always. availale
seen egneigservice as (aptains ~~tr ess
i A pi a ols a d n o m t o, n - or first lieutenants in the Rteser ve; ga id ig the camp may br. seenured at.
Corps may take advantage of the' Capt amin[olnn's ofiice in the Anrune cv
fifteen day summer training camp at! ---- ---
Camp Custer wli4 is to be offered'C a h YotB c
the 357th Engineer Regiment, accord-
ing to a statement m~adle yesterday F o rpE .
by Capt. Ion C. -Holm, United States-
Cavalry. There are, however, no va-i
cancies left for second1 lieutenants. I ';einu H. Yost., direct or of ini v
Twenty officers from the 357t h En- col legiate( at hietics, returned I .
gineers are to be sent to Camp Custer " "Mondlay frcm nanm extend~ed iEasl em a

Padlock Used To
PreventJ Parking I
Log-Chain and padlock is he ,\ ap-
con Which is hemmg usd by t he Bail d-
a ad C rounds deCpartmniyt In its;
tt 10 I': to revenlt.p kfl~of Illto-
tnmcailes ill rc<;t rited arweas eonthe
S''( '5tO :VaimaI' it 0lioblilo parked(}
Sa!.tls t l rca y 0 the Will jam lI~. (Cmen-
eats li bra ry wlis"caird"prkn
g J i#p rollhited in t his space.
Pay i'r your u Subscription itoday.

GuARDs
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vw ed Englh4h lines o this
,., 's rrtzxlels, -especially
i the many distinctly indi-
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engneering unit of the regular army,
thus having an opportunity to obtain
practical experience. 'those ordered
qnthis dutty ill- receive' regular pay
in their grade, as well as recei-ing
travel pay to arid from their homes,
and will also be furnished necessary
quarters and conveniences.
Camp Custer is well situated for
officers who desire to take their [ami-

t rip). Coacah Yost, spienIr ;ve cf al flay
in New vYork de(voted to l~uu iaess H
1'conneetion wih it i spwsitiOn. (on t11h
r' etiiuu trin, (Ceach Ycs. slopped -at
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em-ed shagrt tailks.; ie al-~o was a gu (1
'at the "letter' imi!'IiI cerealoimcs a S:d
ri-llllse lmll' (Wsity.
douur Suhscrtption is payable now.

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Select New Ties
From This Display
95C
An excellent opportunity to select an array of ties for the en-
tire spring from this special showing of silk and wool neckwear
at 95c.
(MAIN FLOIR)

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The entire modern, comfortable
Tourist Class for the following
Sailings has been reserved for
'rLACHERS, PROFESSORS
and STUDENTS.
To Europe From Europe
S. Ventana June';13 Bremen Aug. 15
Bremen June 25 Muenchen Aug. 20
Muenchen June 30
36 Day
Tour All
Expenses 27 5
To the shrines of the great in Art,
Literature and Music with sight-
seeing trips in care of academic
guides. Your opportunity to com-
bine a bracing sea voyage with re-

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" .'IeciiicatC(I Shin Soap...........2 for 26c
ON-' Raty Rum (S or,. size).........2 for 6kc
~,tI( R1iher's Brilliantinie............2 for ic
50c ('oroa Buttecr Cold Cre'am .....2 for 51c
i c' xl lumving('ream ........2 for 36c'
'5c hhss a'f ar Sampoo........... 2 for 24k
.iii (%uinmhieflair Tonic........2 for $1.01
501' B~~et la-doline ..............2 for. 51c
2!''c 1 iizc, Denital (Crem ..........2 for 26v
$1.15 iPure VTirgi'n Olive Oil ........2 for $1.16
I ~~l(*(~acid Powder..........2 for iGc
f Liijimd Anitisepti c........2 for Sic
0t!w Xine Oxidie Oint mient...........2 for 2I(
o~ Q; 'th Acting' Plaster ...........2 for PsIc
3'~~ ~.'~"~i E tca~r 1Dry (Cleanemr ... 2for :wc
t2wv t4 ,iii,.,5s Tooth Brushies ........2 for 28c
b.5 A dt ',a;fToothIiBrushes ...........2 _$for 36ec
a ' 1inlet ale U ICCf &ljjjum............ 2 for iii
3-ve ts !''arg'R woe T'alcum ..........2 foa. t.
{, rae Wdt'r rBottles or 'eye rig ...2 foin.:,)226
Q o. cyBark ('nigh Syrup ......2 for 31c
.., 3 Zic Stemrate................. 2 for 116t
_20e INmi' l i''mtem' Softenier............. ?for 21c
2 ) Hint k I~ativXI es .................2 for 28.! 1

$1.1101iHousehlod llub 'r 4loves 2 p irs $u1,6
:)c1 (; ,wce Lmineal'Paper ( polunds) . ..2 for «Sic
-10c ('oscadeiieni Etvehoiw-,{(Sf) . ..2for41c
40~c Mdrw lkdiil') &herrh's (S ow.)'. . ..2 for 41c
x;,111 1 ge Si;,(Sutima ry........v for $1,01
h~f I W'iir' Thimets;...............:2 for 1ic
"Oe~ F n 1 i h oth mi'1' .......2for Sic
5:' Lead Per-cil; .....................2 for 6C'
/ilk- Svi- ,nm9'iy, Ass~orted i............2 for :Sl.c
tGr)e Oieho Cfee (,;1v 7'('iA lprice) . . ..2 113x. 89,-
7,)e 1" R ta' Ilw iehuolhiAprons ...... 2 for 76-
7Fc bSta ticonery, Assorted...........2 for 76c!
(11) ox.)............... .......W for 41c
;;,c Porma vanlla, Extr'nact;...........2 1for 51c
ilkc Paure l 1114)1 a1: f>iracdf:............2 fOi' Ic
3ltle Ilowdeied ('ovfta (s (Z)........2forie
14cw A ssorited Sices~, (4Idmw.......o° lt
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>.c lexall 'shamunporfo Pmst( ... .. .2for 36c
;f c & f'psYToiklt (meanm m(8 oz.) ......2 for i,~c
.ie leall 'Toilet soap .............2It),for i6c
30c Ilex all Cold! Creamau.............2? for 311
,)c i4~xaall Tooth Paste............ 2 for 20)c
2,-),, Jwommeel -sNil Poish ...............for -(PC
:;(9e'inteel v mnaishmbmg I'rxeam a..... ,...' for Sc
stye Aluua Zaiila, Face Powder .....2 for Si.e
0v J' it, IIaef il~a tiec'Ta lcumu .... .2for Sc
c 'reaani o Almonds ..............2for 3 6c
a° ' ocfwaaanad QOil .'iuntaluo Stump.......2 for a";c
1.te 1 Itos ft or et f :(Juismc oap . ..2 'S, .' 14k
St' Rex Al Shaa ."inn LotilODi..........2 fayIf6
i$;1 ' JofSnt i° . .aa ;(u11 j Eb' Solett . . . . . . for3,u
$1.60 Bolviuct 140 nee Far l' oiwder . .2 for $.0
$1.4) tl uueve ( 'tl omma(1 ~cPowsder .,.2 o 10
(lO' Rollaing 'll mu ;aauge (teeman.. ...2 1for' (ie
25c t'ocoanumat slanmmpool'lfnad .... .-Do 2
35c Ji)ont:&'l Nall('z'eamh...... ...2 4r 1h
Pfo51 hptluc i ampe c Toile Wate'r. . . 2,for $1.51
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S';e Egnfaim d xaabtP'~ile t Soap...........2 for ic ~
,wt Naa l Files .....................2 for 211'
$1.130 Toilet I.Vat er (Six odors) ......2 'Ior $1L01
l D Palo T'oild So)ap ..............t? 0) ?lie
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c~ lmdsoap li( ............... 2 fur:'
2' l Wash Clot h ....................2 for2ic 3
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Our Representative will be at the
FIOTEL STATILER, Detroit
Today and Tomorrow
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