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TH4URSDAY, MARCHt 26, 1J25

THE

MICHIGAN DAILY

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EXPERT WILL TALK CILLEN WILL
ON- GAS iNDUSTRY'OF RELIG!GUS

1 ' he subject of Dr. May's lecture will
be "First Aid and Emergencies."
LLLJI~fli on of the injured and resuscitation a
of a dIrowned1 person. It is especially{
desired that all persons who have
sof the Michiganf missed any lectures would make there;
Prof. John Lewis up as soon as possible because school
igy department of credits will be held until all back-;
'isconsin will de- work is madle up.
re of a seres f __y

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STARTING
THURSDAY
MATINEE
2:00-3:30
7 :00-8 :30

4EGU LA
PICES
Matinee, 25c
FEvening, 35c

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A: I. Snyder To Speak Before Meeting
of C'hemaical Engineers~ In
HAS WIDE REPUTATION
"The Gas Industry-a Growing Field
for Men with Executive Ability" is
the subject on which A. I. Snyder,
chief engineer of the Detroit City Gas
company, and one of the foremost Gas~
engineers in the country, will speakf
at the meeting of the American. Insti-
tute of Chemical Engineers at 7:30
o'clock today in the Michigan Union.
Mr. Snyder has been brought to Annj
Arbor for the second annual lecture
conducted under the auspices of the
American Gas association.
A nationally prominent figure, in his
line, Mr. Snyder is now in Detroit
superintending the construction ora
M0.000.00hflfl ilgljio* whcwhen imm-i

Under the auspice,.
School of Religiion,
Gillin of the socioloj
the University of W

iw Amazin Novel That Set The Country Talking

four at 4: 15 o'clock today in Lane
hall auditorium. The public is invited
to attend the lectures which will be

Committee Loans
Total Of $2,400;

upon the general suject of relgion
and social development. After sessions extending over a per-
T he other. three lectures of the iodl of two dlays the University com-
series will Ire given at 4:15 o'clock mittme on Student Loans authorized
tomrorro , Saturday, and Monday, in ;the loan of approxima~tely $2,400 to
L ane hall auditorium. There will be students who by force of circumstance
no charge for the series, would* be otherwise compelled to
suspend1 their college studies. The
r U average amount loaned to each of
Comp ete. Hea i it ' the 25 students benefited was S10o.
Lectures Tday The University committee on Stu-
Le !den Loans meets once a month for
Ithe purpose of considering loan ap-
Dr. George A. May will deliver his plications on the part of studlents in
sixth and last hygienre lecture at 3,. dire circumstances.
4 and 5 o'clock this afternoon and
tomorrow at Waterman gymnasium. Don't delay--Pay your Suibscription

by
CYRIL
H-UME

Thie Lo~e Af airs of Jeffrey
Dwyver, Ydale Man and Poet
Sensitive and Ardent Beneath
Layers 6f Sophistication.

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TheCavceAMan Lover I Action!

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-1 IF ( MiT4IIAA°N.)N 'I'EICSF
a HOW I'l's DONE.
lt 1( I)INI\( TO1 itOU ~IANDlPAlI.ENTS,
-- IAIlE CAVE :31AN @i IE:LI)EI) A WICKED
M 'IIC Ii.
About, Should Have Everybody Rushing
to See fit!

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pletecl will be the most conmplete and lIttI t11I11I 111tlllt i1 1iI ll li ltilE9IIIE6ItIEiH=
most modern gas building in the Uni--
ted States. Work on the first $2,500,- "
0 00 section of this edifice will be
started this summer. -] lN~i
Mr. Snyder to remain in Ann Arbor = rgnzeI16
tomorrow, so tha~t students interested
in the gas industry will have an op- - "
portunity to meet him and discuss the = -
possibilities offered in this ,field cifAV N S E AR M N
engineering. Mr. Snyder will inter- -I G E T E Tw
view such students tomorrow morning ,.
in the office of Prof. A. H. White of I-TRUTST DEPARTMEN
the chemical engineering department, E
room 2028 of the. east engineering
building._____
Oldest National Banle in Michigan
DIRECTORS OF ALUMNI I
W ILL MEET SAURNAP
Directors of the Alumni association
will hold their spring meeting at the ~
Union Saturday. It is expected that
the majority of the board will be pre-No aF d
sent, with informal meetings starting
on Fiiriday. The main business of the or 1
gathering will be to consider plans A
for the "first triennial meeting of theA Fancy'
association in Detroit on June 10 and Passing
1. Iif_
Annoneme~mnt was madePvesterdaiv

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TrHE FICTION SENSATION OF YEARS
Ithssail".ndapears th le mtost a ~muzir ,' o r that bas
evc r s.tepped fromlouit of thew :vtion picture
'screen: Her&', a iiee0atgv anew
'i' .. naInilg to the -word "r omiance!I"
e ,,°'
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IROBB Y
VERNON
A NEW
CARTOON ) 4'

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of the two b7etroit gradu~ates who will
have charge of the majority of workt
for the convention. J. M. 0'Dey, '09E,
has been named vice-general chair-
man to assist Charles B. Warren, 1,
the general chairman, and b. Clay-
ton Hull has been appointed chair-
moan of the general arrangement con-
Kraus Leaves for
-Pharmacy Meeting
Dean E. II. Kraus of the college of
Phiarmacy, left last night for Indian-1I
apclis, Ind., where lie will m~eet with
a committee of three in the interests
of the American Conference of Phar-
niaceutical fa'culties, The oth'er two
men on thecoimmittee are Dean W.
Fi. Rudld of the University of West Vir-1
ginia and W. B. Day of the University1
of Illinois. Dean Kraus will return
Saturdlay faternoon.

Have you 'seen our new
shipment of English front-
flap topcoats? The ideal
garment for this ever-chang-
ing weather. Latest styles
in spring suits also on show.
"Made to measure clothes'
$24 to $58

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ELEANOR BOARDMAN
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