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PAIGE TWO

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

Tt'LSDAY, APRIL 28, 1925

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WILL ICELEBRATE
'BOYS' WEEK HERE

~DETROIT ALUMNI BflDY
PLANSl~ NEW LETORY1

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Director ' Planting of Evergreens Adds
FordPlaes~ ew etting To Lawyers' Clu
W ith the planting of evergreens pointed out. Around the arches .iuni-
ard]O l(1the Lawyer's club, a new set- per, the origrinal slips fto: which

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* High Schlool Students 'Will TAke
Rolin, of City G~overnmnent
On Frida y

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GLLtB3 PLAN PROGRIAM
Boys' week, an international period
of recognition for the part played in
the scheme of things by the younger
generation, is to e celebrated ,in
Ann Arbor Friday, Saturday, and
Sunday of this .week. Programs for
these days have been worked outby
the various service clubs in the city,
cooperating with the Chamber of
Commerce.
At a meeting at the chamber hld
Iasi Friday, the following schedule
w,-s ,worked out: on Friday all acti-
ities will be in charge of the Chamber
of Commerce and will be "boys' dlay
in ctiz~nship." At this time high
school students chosen by the student
council will take over the reins .of
city government, as well as assuming
various other city and county offices
and .becoming editors of the :Times-
News.
Saturday, which is to be superin-
tended by the Exchange club, will be
"boys' day outdoors." For this period
the committee tin charge has planned
hikes, athletic contests, and nature
study groups, as well as attendance
at the Michigan-Illinois baseball
game.
The Kiwanis club will take over the
program for Sunday, which is to be
"boys' day in the churches" The Ro-
tary club will assist generally in the
programs for all three days.
Coincident with this work mleibers
of the Kiwanis club will sell newspa-
pers on Saturday, ,all sales to be con-
(ucted on a noo-change basis. The
money raised by this means will go
toward the relief work, that is being
conducted by that club among under-
privileged children.
TroPulsh Data
Oan New Numbers
As an addition to next Sunday's
Daily, there will be included four ex-
'tra pages of. advertising devoted to
the particular task. of familiarizing
Ann Arbor with the new automatic
telephone exchange numbers. The
autom~atic telephone service goes into
-effect at midnight, Saturday, May 2,
and in connection with the new sys-
tem,-every telephone will have a new
four-digit number. New exchange
books are being distributed by the
telephone company, but no attemipt
should be made to use them until
Sunday.
TryA
Ilrbecue
Sandwich! J
The.
Barbecue

As has been the custom for the
past Five years, the University of
IMichigan club of Detroit is going to
publish an annual directory giving
the names, addresses and telephone~
number-s of all alumni, residing in
IDetroit and vicinity. Considlerable
difficulty has been experienced in the
pant in scutring the names and ad-
trese of those graduating each yearI
who ,intend to-locate in- Detroit. i
In comrdlialice ,withf the request ofI
the;directory committee, ' ho Daily is
iuinning the .following, formn which it
fi s honed, will ..be -Willed out by those
ceniors a'nd graduatcs who intend to
lo)cate in Detroit or vicinity.

ing has been given the building.
c Various species of the evergreen famn-
My with the Japanese yearIpredomi-;
nating, have been used extensively inj
lndscaping the grounds according to
1)151W plnwrked out by J1. C. Van
I h iningen, ;mouth Wilton, Conn.,
landscap~e gardlener Representing W.T
i. Cook, donor 01 the building.
011 the sidle facing South University
! venue, due to the fact that it will
h ae belut little sun, Jap~anese yew
Ihave been planted clustering close to1
the wall of the building. Some o4
hIese lplants are already as much as
:; ears old, and with clipping may1
')e kept to their present size. As
they are cl ipped they growv bushier
jatnd thicken, Mr. Van Ileiningen

cane front China, have bermu planIted.
They wvill grow narrow and tall, con-
fcring with th~e architecture of the
building.
At the northwest c'orner, around
the bay window, Chinese Jiuniper and
a. variety.,of Americani red cedlar have
been used; while on the expanse of
lawn toward State street are plantedi
silver Pine and Dlouglas spruce from
the Rocky Mountain area in Colorado.
Along the west wall are planted(
chiefly Japanese hemlock,

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jWarsaw, April
ists are actively
tions for Labor
May 1.

27.--P-Jolish Commnun..
enigaged i]in pej)O 15
(lay (leifonst ations.

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Detroit lvirtni Directory,
Viecrecation Uilding,
Detroit, Michigan.
,I am expecting to :locate in
Detroit. or vicinity after July 1,
1925.. My, claess and dopratment
are .as =fallows:
I :May cbe reached. by mail aft-
er July ,1, :1925, ~at ;the, follopv-
ing Detroit address:
Namne
Address

MajiTR. W. Schroedler, form-er hold-
er of the world's altitudle record, has
been made director of Henry Ford's
airplane service. Planes are now op-
erating on schedule between the Ford
plant and Detroit, and plans 'are un-
der way to extendl the service to St.
Louis and to St. Paul.

Th1Ie Tal~lk of the CampugIs

"WH ITNEY THEATRE
'SATURDAY, MAY 2
One Night Only

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Y our Spring Clothes
Suits and Topcoats in tune with the new
season-cheerful in style, buoyant iyt
fabric and satisfying in tailorinlg.
C ARTIER'S
306 S. State St.
Second Floor, over Holler's Jewelry
Whitney Theater, TUESDAY, MAY5
.IlESSR~. LEX A) i) J. ,J. SCIIURE WTI' PRESUN T
(AI'.(R(GE PRICE B3RENI)E1 & BERT -AAR(AI{ET BREEN
100-C031PAN Y OF CLEVER PEO)PLE-100
JoliiEmrsiiHane Vra rs : 1.0,g1.'r2.,11$ 7is.-l
"YRK-NER YORK W5NEIVRE EITE-(

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ii the Merri~ctacular
(Based or Don Quixote)
COAp~ ~c40
GONE:?:,S COJSUWES
SETTINGS, Y,' S/C. [)AtKES-
C be 60A4TES "APPOO/ICTION
:fthls EETEST STARP
Seat Sale Thursday
No Olne Seated During Prologue
Curtain at 8:15 Sharp
Prices $1.10, $1t.65, $2.20, $2.75

A nnourncing

The Next Showing
of
For the College Maii
+ at
Huston Bros., S. State St.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
and Smturday, May 6-7-.9
to order $29.50

Read the Want

Ads'[

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SAMPRLES
Permanently on Displaiy at
Guy Woolfolk & Co.
~30 SouthI State Street
Ann Arbor, 'IMlct.

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"I1VING~
CIIIANI)ELIERS"

WVINTlER GARDEN
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PRODUC ED UTNDERU PERSONAL DIRECTION OF
H R. ,i. ..SHUBERtT.
You can reserve y'our seats niow by mail. Your order will re(ecive
Intijidia te attention. State which location you wish, and enclose
Check or 2Money Order for exact amiount, including 10 per cent. tax
with ,elf-adldressed stamped euielopae, and seats will be seat you by
return mall. Make all drafts andI orders payable to The Whitney
riTeater, to which all imal orders should be addressed.

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JU 440S. State Phone 2948-W
SPECIAL
SHOWING
ICollar AttachedI
;...Shirts:
SBlue -Gray -Tan
with
White-
Stripes-
- px'1.25
(Long Chaps Collar)

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2asis and Patterns exclusivey our own desi n
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WrnTEHouSE* & HARDY'
INCORPORATItO
'P-OADWAY A-T 40'' STREET 144 WEST 42'"° STREET
M~t1IOouTAWOER O~iiilUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDING
8BROADWAY-AT WALL STREET

i~ free Of charge
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Metal Pencil
with each
FountainPnSl
Urntil May 1 0th
FOUNTAIN PEN stock consists of Waterman"
Conklin, Sheaffer, Parker, I e13'uef, JohenI lollancI
- and other well known nationally advertised makes
retailing from $2.50 uip.
..No w V; tke a*~time .ft i t p r Jv ly 11,10 r a in =

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When good fellows get together on our Student Tours.
in Europe $15!5 up
Round Trip
Take your own crowd with you. Special Tourist Third Class
Accommodations on the fa-mous~ "0' steamers, reserved for
students, teachers, artists, tourists. Congenial' companions, good
food, comfortable airy staterooms, broad promenade decks
and spacious public rooms.
Conducted or independent University Tours with extensive
itinerary at inclusive rates.
Special Educational Tour, under auspices of New York
University, personally conducted by Dean James E. Lough
Sailing on OHIO0 July 22nd.
Wee v il,~in~s by oTC? CID C[ AA(_DDT1' A _(n nTNAttf%T

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