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TIHEI MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, M-AY 17, 19215

lIflt 1Bears Famed Bag Students .Employ Tflt n held at 4 o'clock Wednesday after-i any other class in the literary col-j'
PL N SHOP POSA W N [ TRYOUTS FRn mnon in room 302, Mason hall, ac lege. For their work the mem ~rsia
9 UfI\ Uique ]elathods Cording to an announcement made by wiill r eceive three -hurscrdtath
To Carve Nam e ' Mr G. E. ;Densmore, who is in charge jcnd of the semester. ,From these15
WO E EAETA Pt. e tryouts. mnen the ipId teahs ill be chosen.
SUMMER G ORS1511Some 15 men will be selected for! The women who try out Wednes-
l vi isiun tI'iIa. Since the in'si tryouts fir thej the debate class from the.6a men whol()day will each give a five oleinut
I 't.;i n n ice chisel is lu hg uusedto(carve enteredI the trialis yesterday , butI le spxeech on the question, "Resolved, I
1 ee lse o tdnsnames one tabl)es iin irI e.( ttanIr rhoom ltetofi thdtoejudges will not be able to announce =
~eve C~a~e'~~or l Ilel~l con t inued thlrioughi yester day after-jIthe names of those selected unl
ofTR _e iehUno.nnOnoonn 1w1511 the w olfn s tryixouts ,for tine scholastic records h Ave been cxamnn
n force feared 'for 1he irthr avi I ce iiehrsr(IiaiiOhio Leeuc \'will now be ed. Ths debate class will elcte, asl
FIVE MEN ON STAFF of le Union when a uc tenteed
Shoppraticecouses or tudcrtsiybearing a larg e lii 0orItool hea I e s
In te colleges of engineering, dental ks}it of its pics. Aft e and i ell s sI
wiurge, and the School of Education, y Ionone of the I andlbes, 1w elw:;e
w11fl by offered by the' enginering col-
leeiuteSmmrSsiopomnnrlaeai ,N ew
Ie~ he obt e j c Sn m m r Se sion eOn his depart uire lie le ft tle I abeP l k
Theobjctof the courses for engi- -cnieal ihe aaih~dbe ..J TI
neering students i- rv imarily toghe tanaha ear""
quarint theiwt enlntlc-before, for' upon exam ination it W J,'auit hm wt mdrImtosJ
___found to bearia huge si rt eoe
appliances and tefundamnental __typreilnn-dsvra nbe:tiih~i
cipls o I ie 110). he oures n -engraved (deely into the face of thie
Instruction, seven in, number will be
(divided into classroom recitations and 1rITablesi are decoratfed lwortor Ii skuih Ise prctca
application of riciples will be de ( fl ma nnler, ofepictures b iesidle he a s orvei f
monstrated. Occ asional visits will of initials. One ingenious enginee<r-. The popular grays o a year Tebs f.ra
also be made to industrial plants to ,'n tdn avdadnm ndpt aeLTebs fcen
acquaint students withIi [lie comerh iitasini.Ahuhtot ihago hae een rep acecd by used to plase o
fih ap lctin o t ec ure .the initias of 25 dental tudets ih new shades of tan. Every new p
In woodworking, Ithe ci Iident xiii arit is one of the mst uniqule o ampyre. Drop in here aft
consisting chiefiy of, notinag palli avig. vn rsilulyeeciIId show. Cool, reties
I adcp itr sfound among tho our stock of these newS i
ayd core boxes for mxetarl eastuing ,( mn esgs Prig
The course in metal woidkng ands_____________flnes ihpie osj
treating will c'onisit of study of the In the little bla k bag you see Po.F .Ptro ftere i
Prnipe aa -c iereain o h n ton p«,r>hrciliaryng epartment will sail to Sweden th1is
working and treat lugof' wrought iron;.ln~ irhl arig
a dsteel. li101.a.soil cold working o1 is airii I a's budget, of whichxa cha n- summier where he will cont inuec is
metas, he ar~ins eth d ofwel- .lOt>,(IF11t1, exchequer, lie Is the a- study Iin linguistics. Po. etrsoun
inad rtctiecatns wl elie is, seen taking it back to his started his study in this field at. the 9m (
demonstra ted. . ticeromi parliament, where it has University of Upsala (durng the year;.zrhl \lr u r tC .Abr1
Two courses will be offered in t11w' been the subj!ct of nmuch discussion, 123224. '! 1
foundry, consisting chiefly of Pstutdy iasgoldhbas i. Nuts Britain lrack o omnon, ay15- CUSTOMnaTAILORS a1 ;Dial
of the principles and practice applied' o" as suniverity vihl break ground f heliLbet
tbcs etl.(rennan and D Uin building June 1, the er oemoy 60}8 East Siery t.
The staff will include. Profs. A. L. William Telfer, John being scheduled as one of i le events1-x,9
Campbell and . AV. Boston, and 14. Perkins. of commrenrcemxet week._____________________________________
1. STAR POLISI -You.- piano, furniture and car. The
quantity you buy I do not bar.
2. CLeeNeeN for Clothing, Upholstering, Wall Paper,
and all. Takes tar off of tires at two or three calls.?r
3. NICKEL AND SILVER SHINE Polish I have too. It r
Gin Aluminum and Utensils shine for you.
4. A Paint and Enamel Varnish. A minute's work over
your car, matkes it look like a shining star.A f
e A Michigan-made article being well advertised; sold to
the public by a blilnd man on streets and house to house.
I specialize. Th NwetSceew
WVrite-
NOBLE POLISH COMPANY CH[
Ann Arbor Postofficet
or 4841 Woodward Ave., Detroit, Mich.
PICNCS, UNC ES >:," , "IN DAVID BELASCO'S FAMOI
__N AND
OPEN TODAY W oAtort
9:'30 tO 1 - 4 tO9:3ijLfr
l .w a

rhat the proposed Child Labor
mendinent to the national constitu-
ion be adopted by the United Staes."
Mexico City, May 16.-A ;general
trike is threatened in the oil regions,
acording to reports received at labor
headqulartc rs here.
SERVICE
ere
is and flavors are '
ui anid your girl.
ter the dance or
,hind; light unchies
ountain
9558 t
luminary
US SUCCESS

WHAT YOU WANT, WHEN YOU WANT IT I 1 N Etl 41AMITON
GLAI RE ADAMS. ROBE
S INCERE, human, dynamic, lavish, St r AwYok- re
GROCERYI thouht-comelling- "Men and . tr of N wYr- ~ iGr
COLLEGEGROCER Women" is William deMille's best pro- l no e o m l oL
516 East William--Near Maynard. ic Gup.
.+ rr.. r. f.i .i.tr.~.~rr. ..I' ree.r./r/IIIrtO(Ril r Keith Headline Stage Feature
ThsTmI REUNITED-THE ORIGINAL TRIO
Ma eSev o a hs ieATTEND SMVIPHO-AZZ
THlE onciE('IITA FRED (Il1"4 E TOMMY
t~igA.a-atbgMATINEESR AYDEN .TA
(Gigz lut--atan extraba or suit case? If so, we AVOID IiINOG IIAIS HAYDENemforDUNsBAR & HA II
hnelrr avethe mlesxtradishes or glass? We can CRWDSIvI"ARTISTIC ODIIES" "NASSORTHENT OF BRI
furnish1 the right things at very reasonable prices. ( HARRY LANGI)4N-
Camping--We have Hammocks, Thermo Kits, Camp Stoves, SPEIAFATRECO ED
tallkinds of cooking utensils. Also camp beds. ySECAAEFEAUREAOMEE
'TO Wear-Caps, Shoes, Pant~s, Shirts, etc., for those who Pics LATA 4 AKI'C LNGOt
Lighting-We sell the Coleman Quick-Lite gasoline lamps DIENACR$NET ? s BOOBS INTHErO
and lallterns. There is no lighting purpose this lamp HAD rcsRVINH~R AG*
will nt serve. ( vii All Day Sunday Path~rnm
D1oll U/)--M-~irrors, brushes, combs, soaps, etc. This store (i XiIDXAdlsSc
has one of the largest stocks of miscellaneous mer- s-'I I ChlreN ~

D.W. GRI FFI.TH 1i.
RT' EDESON
Looing elkes
veot On!
YL E
C fIlls"
Monday Matinee
Balcony, 25c
Main Floor, 35c

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