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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

"rTIL IZSDAY, APRIL 20), 192:)

THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1925

Inlander;T o Use New Foreign Service School,
a Wood AlocJk Cuts. Termed Ideal P.lan By Ha en
WEE 'S CA PAtN oInComing issue jhfL idr h' ith7'k hhteyae o
WEEK"The ~~~~~~Inlander" magazine will here- Anieaplnfra ef aduo !gintewkwhc tey red
Send Five Speakers to Lanisng High after cater to the pictorial as well asisebdd rtl> new I+o eign set- tenid to establish more uniformity in
School Dlurinig Spring literary arts, according to a recenxt vice school which heas been openin illthe Foreign service, for all who enter
Va~ation I announcement made by the editors. Washingtonu 1. C. y the ,Ignited po-Li abroad, will have had the same
As first move in this direction, plansI States goveriiniat, ini the opinion oftet hintg. 'hle" school, besides giving
360 BO}Y SSINPL ?ED ES have been made whereby ,threnext 10.JOI il tIladl. 11li t ,esuet~asusata ona
issue will include,, besides the usual ica cec ilatli0),(X~ "" Ijnfl okarawl mrs
Durig spingvacaion- th extn- prin pr~enttionof erse se er~ ~sterdaty whenecmn zc nt ing on the l upon11them the policies of the State
Drn..srn:vaainth;.etnsing;pr fttoo vessvrlnew school. i'pl;:ivl ili~t. The faculty is composed
lon department. of the. Student wood or linoleum cuts, for which pur-1
Chrstin ssoiaionset ot evealPOs"-the :original cuts themselves are "Tlr newcholOW is(01 ~all ideail flac,' i ivery ('omlteflt men, men .who
Chritianassciaton ent out sevralfor the government to introduce-! have had years of experience abroad:
speakers; to various cities in the state to be used.
andcoduceda 'om clan can- Those having cuts to submit should laid Prof. Ihiydeii, and~ it wllill n- in tihe service.
paign in < Lansing: high school which leave them, together with a .proof dutdY la oai(1o Ipoa e "hemrfathtamnhsa-
~asted through one week. Five dif- I print, 'at the office of the rhetoric for'ce bod Ieiagrto htnddtesho n opee h
41en speakers weeere sett to LansingI department, room, 3222 Angell -hall, the new scl,:)oI is part of a, 50he0111( by d )~K oer not mean that he will,j
to speak to the high school boys on 01r they may be given to the editors tihe State dlj artmcx~nt to r-oraalnirzu'j a agesueccess when he has re-;
dif~eent dys.l personally. Cuts used are not to bel and liiprcve Ithe for'eign ice. All c' 'XI il Ihis apipoinitmenit abroad. His1
'diniffherent daeys.,eillf
aolStee'2,Pry ayelarger than six by eight inches i men wh rtrtetr ervice, 1germniwit status in thre diplomatic
'25, Vernon Hillery, '25L, .George Isize. wiheweep oi il e - p tvitlpilOlhsaiiyto
Bae,'25Ed, and Hal Coffman, sec- It is the hope of the staff next year pelled to take the course iii ferz x a "ply nlelreo th tanij
retary of the Student Christian asso- to develop this department of. the ! service offered at. the new govern1- \iii he has received."'
citin~spkedrig prngvaaion ufagazine to meet the need for a ment school, alter me cCessfulliyps!,E
in Lansing. The campaign was fos-' periodical, felt by the growing art in h oleiieeanain~IINhn pi 2--Ta h-u' e
tee b h H- ognzain fdepartment of the architectural ' At the schlool, all the younger eahililation conference, in session
thatd hihby loo A the coY rg nclsion . ho l member., of the Foreign Ser vice will since Webruary, has adjourned without,
of the week,_ more than 360 bjoys oti .111 i iiy S r i i i
signed pledges to support the pro-I that city. On April, 17, Neer M. Ma-
grain incorporated in the ,4 "C'S"- dik, 27M, addressed a ,county conven----
clean athletics, clean speech, clean' tion of rural school teachers. in Pat-
scholarship., and clean living. { tengill auditorium in, the Ann Arbor ,
-Hayden was' sent by the extension C high school. Calls are being received
department of the Student Christian by the extension department of the
association to .Albion. college on April 'Student Christian association to giveME
13, On, this trip hie also spoke to high speeches next month and a recordj °
school groups in Howell and Fowrer-; number of speakers are expected, to "N ES ITS
ville. Hillery spoke before Normal be sent out during that month, ac- N " E S T
students In Marshall and also gave a cording to Baker, head of the depart-
speechi to high school students of ment.
,.. ,,.After a little work-out,
'I when you get all sweated
For F. up, what a pleasure it is to
DELICOUS EALSput on a clean, fresh-laun-
Eat at dered shirt, after clearni p. 1I OVJ corntotable to feel a
smooth soft collar th a, L(doe2 t scratch your neck. 'Try ou~r
work and never ncfticc mtierLot zweather.
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LUNCH ROOM
4 338 Maynard
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NEW RTTT Ah LS 204 North Main Phone 2355
ARRIVALS.......__
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Garde ing ookslandscape design tbhrough thie 16th to Ca
the 18th century. i,
Make Up Exhibit -.Close-up views of flowers sand bud-pu Pa k g
ding shrubs are usedj to :illustrate Re ursP r i
At M/ain Library,, the:-,varieties of plants most .oftenj Only cars having the University
cultvate. }permit may be parked on the campus,
As an appropriate subject for buildings anud grouinds departmieint
spring, the main library has chosen lo eg td nsotcaspitdotysedy
anumnber of its illustrated volumes . In enforcement of this regulation, a
for an exhibit called "Gardens and ; TO Hold Election, car parked in the d~riveway between
Gardening." The display makes an the chemistry and Natural science
international comparison of the,- buildings was chained and padlocked
mode inlandcap arhitetur by Members of' the Cosmopolitan club
moe3nladcp acietueb ester(ay
placing in. adjacent cases photo- Will hold election of officers at 12:15 --- -
graphs from Italy, France, Japan, o'clock Saturday at a luncheon to be
England and .America, each country held in the Church of Christ, corner B IAND ASS931BLY rlTONIGIIT I
showing distinctive, ;differences in of Pappan and Hill streets. A report
garden plans and plants. of' the spring trip of the Cosmopolitan ; Members -of the Varsity Band
Many of the rarest volumes withII club, which was attended by 25 for- I Iwill asemble" at 6 o'clock. to-
cuts of old and little-known gardens eivn students, will be given by Ken- night at the corner of Hill anud
have been loaned by .Professor Au- neth Chang, grad. Reservations for State streets. Capes will be
brey Tealdi, of the landscape design; the luncheon should be made vyy Fri- worn. A short parade. will pre-
department. These are especiallyI day noon with J. J. Swartz. cede the concert which will be
used in the historical part of the ex- ______________h__Ield in Pease' auditorium.
hibit which traces the -development of RE AD THE CLASSIFIED ADS, ____________________

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4RALUATYE. AND RkGI31TRRED
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"Horseback. Riding-the Finest
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Riding Stables
Phone 87
326 E. Ann St. and14 Fair Gronds
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All .riding classes meet at the
Field Stables. Horses rented by
the hour from both stables.
I Notice-All riding tickets sold
I both last fall and this sparing
inust be used by June 1.
GUY L. MULLISON. I

.. Comning to
WHITNEY THEATER, SAT., MA Y 2
For One Night Onily,
MAIL ORDERS NOW
In theMerrqctacular SAMNH
CxpnyI14 qt4 40Pai rs, Sners,?ncers. PA N ZA.
A bigger. pro(Iilctlol than "Kismet." A bifhlflt, ihing,
o ai*flolrf l oralIta.ofi dramaa, man sie and dance. "S AN CHO PANZA"
is based, on -that gold mnine oif Spanish humor, "-Don Quixote."
-SAN('-lI PAN1ZA: 1isii fact one of the greatest comedy' fllure% 'of
all1 literatt41r,- brought to life 4y Amzerica's greatest 'charactertr.-
--. A hunge-. roduection,,presented by Rtussell'.Jnnney, stiged by Richard
Bole slawsky of the famous Mloscow :art ,Thieatre;, the danlces arranged
by Bert Frenchliof the -tfusic Box Renate, the songs a1111 imusic by the
brilliant lingo Felix.
And the splendor of the entire production enhanced by georgeous
coystunis amnd scenery dhesig'ned by James Reynolds of Ziegfeld Follies
-To miss this performance and OTIS SKINNER is to let the. great-
est theatrical event of the season go by.
HOWW1TO SECURE~ TICKETS BY MAIL NOW!
Address letters, make checks and postoffice money orders payable
to- Whitneyj heatre. Include self addressed stamped envelope for safe
PlICES, INi( LUINLVG WAIL TAX:
-LoAer Floor *2.7,1; Balcony $e.20, $61.6 ,, $1.10}

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food, comfortable airy staterooms, broad promenade dicks
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Conducted or independent University Tours with extensive
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Also HAL ROACH presents
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University, personally conducted by Dean James E. Lough
Sailing on OHIO J uly 22nd

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