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PAGE TWOTH MCHGNDIYSDAARL2,12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, APRIL 26, 1925

SELECTapingPlan For Campus A
FOBCAPFNACE heAdo6ptedbaoad of regents;l
FOR U P i~gfi l Extensive building,plans resulting ences with officials of Ann Arbor
inteerection of so many newv build-f with a view of co-operating in beau- 11l
gteele, '25, Chairman, Namnes Four On Iing and the expansion of the campus tifying the campius and its surroundj S
Croup to Secure Funds For itself have made landscaping one ofI ings _
Anniual Outingth most important problems facing( The problem of water supply has
officials of the University at the Ares- ben onc of the specific tasks which I
START SEASON JUNE 22:j ent time, according to'the President's I this committee has attempted to work
annual report. out. The University used about 368,-
The firm of Pitkin and Mott, of 1400,000 gallons of water during the
Organization of the student finance ( Cleveland, was engaged to sub~mit a last school year and even more will
committee for the Fresh Air CampI plan for the expansion of the camp- be necessary dluing the year 1924-
has been conipleted according to us, following th'e action by the Board' 1925.
Harold 0. Steele, '25, chairman. The1 of Regents. Another problem of importance in
committee is made up of John Oar-I! For the purpose of providing a which the city is interested is that
lingliouse, '25, fraternities land orrgan- 'means for the discussion of certain of lighting the streets near the camp-
izatlons; W. B. Crosby, '27, publicity, common probems between the Uni-j us. Prelimnary suggestions regard-
C. A Stven, '6, averisig; ndversity and the city officials, a cor- ng this improvement were submitted
J. G. Donaldson, '26, campus booths mittee of U iversity men was ap- to the committee of five several
on tag day.pone tohlprlmnrcofr mnhsa.
The season for the camp will beginpitdt odpeiiaycne' otsao
June 22 and will close about August _______-____ ___
2. Accomodations take care of 120 1I 5
boys and 15 leaders. As in the pant,
Ifour sections will be continued giving aprxmaey50 osa-elotiglt
and an opportunity to learn from the 1)111
leaders. Rensis Likert, '26E, super- TH v
int~ndent for this summer, is now ' H E H:+, j. ave your Sunday night -I
meeting men Interested in being
leaders at the camp. G E uc iR YSO
Plans are being perfected to erect G Yln h at theG . g -"
a new dining lodge and shelter. A S TT
"barn raising" by students will; prob- S 1 l. j
a'ly be held Saturday, Ma 9. Each ________
week end some men are aiding in the
preparations for the season. 600 E ULIETY Salads a Salads, - Salads
CABOT -FAVORS TRUTHM
IN1MEDIALPRACTICEF
"Every medical lie is the breaking i 11 1l
of a. promise which is either spoken
or unspoken," declared Dr. Richard -
/C. Cabot, who holds professorships in Y ,
internal medicine and social ethics at avrd nhi pec n TeUs, p e i l P a rtia
of Truth and Falsehood in Medical
Practice" Thursday night at Univer a .o
In telling how he came to the con- '1. '
clution that truth was better than C hi4j , Iufls----U---
falsehood in dealing with patients,"
Dr. Cabot referred to, his own experi-
once. Taught by his first instructor
that truth, should- always be told, his,
opinion wavered at times, but at last Enoy~ the use of a beautiful' Chinese'
he decided that his teacher was cr- 801)
re dcor'tehiqe i Rug: and pay for it. monthly, $5.00 to
abu 5prcent as cgoodeas s that of $30.00, according to size of rug'.
musicians," he asserted in beginning .,
his discussion. "Doctors allow a rea-
sonable margin for inaccuracy."_
Following convocation Friday, Dr' THsLRG EUTFLSEETO
Richard Cabot was entertained at I o O E- is AGE EATFU'ELCIO
lunch by members of the Alpha Kap-
pa Kappa fraternity. He gave a
short address regarding his work in. 1-
the field of social service stressinga,
the need for such an addition in the J~-
practice of medicine. M s." H . MtR E RI CKl'
- M YSUD S T Phone 3155 9 c28 Church St.=(
1.11,E ON IWO DAAYTRIG _r111115# ___________________________#_________________________________________________________11
Students of the College of Pharm I(11
acy will leave next Thursday morn-
ing on a two day trip to Battle CeekI-,.
Kalamazoo, and Chicago where they!'
ViZL .nracuci a1atre

OPEN T-ODAY,

9oto I~

NDWICH SPREADS ROLLS

4 to 9:30
GRENNANS CAKES
Salad Dressing

olives

Pickles

Milk Cream Whipping Cream
Bread Vegetables Fruits

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We are offering everything in our Crockeryan
Glassware department at a discount. The stocks ar
large and very complete. This is your time to SAVE
in visiting this store during this week. Come if you do
not want to buy Just now.
THE HOME /SUPPLY STORE
209-211 East Washington St.

Candy Bars

Cigarettes

Potato Chips

Chase & Sanborn's Coffee
A FRESH, CLEAN, COMPLETE STOCK, ALWAYS
COLLEGE 'GROCERY

Taste

16E.

William, near Maynard

Phone 865-1

for Sprig

CO-wEDS
Now is the time to secure your spr ing
supply of toilet goods. Our stock is the
best to be had. A lady in attendance
at our State Street store.
Calkins - Fletcher Drug Co.
3-Dependable Stores-3
324 S. State St.
Corner L. & S. University
Corner State & Packard
D)AS cA 1TfIES

It

Of course this Spring weather makes a
difference in what you like to eat, and
you'll find the change reflected in our
menus. Try our Sunday dinner, and
you'll come regularly.
CUTTING CAFE
State at Monroe
Day and Weekly Rates

WHITNEY THEAT-RE

Tuesday
Night8v
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Prices-$1.10, $1.65, $2.20, $2.75, $3.30
)Iessrs. Lee and J. ,J. Shuibert Are Prond to Present the
BIGGEST OF ALL SHOWS

GEORGIE
PRIC

BRENDEL
and BERT

MARGARET
BREEN

100-Clever Broadway Company- 1 00
50-New York Winter Garden Beauties-=50

and manufacturing plants. The
party, under the direction of Profs,
Glover and C. H. Stocking of the
pharmacy department will be about
25 in number.
The group will leave Thursday
morning for Battle Creek where the
students will visit the Sanitarium,
and the Kellogg company plants. Dur-1
ing. the afternoon the party, will visit
the 'pharmaceutical manufacturing
plant of the Upjohn company at Kal-
amazoo, and will leave for Chicago
that night.
Friday in Chicago, will be given to
visiting the Bauer & Black pharma-
ceutical laboratories during the fore-
noon, and the Abbot pharmnaceuti-
cal laboratories during the afternoo.
The tour is made possible through
the co-operation of the two Chicago
firms.
Washington, April 25.- George A.
Sanderson, of Chicago, secretary of
the United States Senate since May
19, 1919, died here early this morn-
ing after a heart attack.r
Lansing, April 25.-Michigan and
Ohio wool growers expect the pool-,
ing of more than 4,000,000 pounds, of
wool this year.

DDto your personal chaim by
Ahavinig your beauty work done
by experts. A henna or golden
glint rinse wilt add a charming
t .u toyour her
.3ENTLEY'S BEAUTY SHOPPE
{ 16 Z.. Liberty (over Hufz~t'8).
t . 'Phone 2568-71 for appoiniment

John iEnnerson Ho
Ja tes MHanitonl
Jack Hall
BreeiiBrotbei's
Wintor

types Vera Ro'ssiEdgair Atclisoii-Ely
Jlaiim ooi'e William Printgle
Louise Blakely Jack Meec
Ann iLowveuworti Bob Gilbert
G~arden (Orchiestra-"1 lyintg (liandeliers"

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Colossal
Scenes

2200

Gorgeous
(Glit terii g
C'ostumecs

Ecliping ins Grandeur and~ Elegance all Forier Efforts of the Famousa
Winter Gardeja, Preseniting in Its 01 igin aI Entlirety the 'l iei'y Topic'al
T)erpslelioreaii trumiph Whiich Delighted Thin iisand(1 of P'laygoers
Duriiig Its lRuas isi New York and Clhicaigo.
A CARNIVAL OF TRAVESTY
Produced TTnder Pecrs~onal lDirection of 1Mr. J. J. Shubert

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Portraits
Quality
I."

You Will Be Interested*

In a display of portraiture at the Spedding Studio during the week of April 27th to May 2nd.

We are showing a

Loan Exhibit of the works of prominent photographers such as Towles, the Society

Photographer o f Washington, D, C.;

619 East
Liberty Street
Phone

Howard Beach of Buffalo, N. Y., past president of the National Association of Photographers, and Donald

Beidler of

Chicago

There is also a fine exhibit from Hollywood as well as a number of others. In our own showing we have

portraits of the winners of the popularity conte4

St.

The exhibit is open to your inspection any time during the week.

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