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TUESD6.AY, \MAY "26, 1925

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Cabot Begins EuiropeaT" 'rip; [ Cigarette Cause

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KOG.. EXP[OITI the fiDean lugh Cabot of the Medical Isen 4 cjd.wt ii the, honorary er ee of jrbbecueo
.:<:oc~lleftyesterday afternoon for coverI)asItheupQueenle cnuseroity.
New York city, beginning a monhI le will sail from Quenstown onj fire in the basement of the "M"
To ~ r t ti ne }lt~ i opitaier n nI1 l :::.:;:>:.::;:_:;zs:lF;- a half trip during which he will June 14f with New York his d( stina- l lunch room on Statg street shortly
j r~iii visit England, Scot land, Ireland, and i on. His next top will he at Por- after 10 o'cock Saturday nighit. The
%_s...::: ;"<.. basement is used as a storeroon for
the western coast of the United Clanl, Ore., wlwre he lie ill give c.several~teGaa oksoe
DENMARK (I~VES? I tat s. 1e in tend1( to leave New! spaeec'l. at tre postgradua te meeting Firemen, working in gas masks,
Yokct omrovo tesem-- h ol iete Mdcl: ;- quickly checked the blaze, ut consid-
k Thng <Al.. tly af!1ter comme1ce-.........................ship "erengaria" arriving in* Eng- t iont from ,tune 27 to 30. erable damage was done by the water
la"::..r"hnd on MVonda, *une 1. From tidy 1 to 3 le will deliver aadsoe h rhm soei
once~rut, 1w illI. 01g),of toe ol- :.::;::"j Dean Cabot expects to remain in number of addlresses at Vancouver,
g.. heated by oil, and though there was
ha!grll to act :as an advisor on scielCI the British Isles for about twelvei Wash., at meetings held under the no fire in the furnace at the time of
t ific plans and methods relative to anasiitvh ejeen tasre)as~e o h acue eia the conflagration, there wasa 'cn-
exjiedit in which Dr. Lange Koc, s f Of osgradluate medical meetings of sociationl, and upoin the conlusionr ofoistrdnth
notedi Danish explorer, will lead into 4..x;;,".::: j.1j1 n nlihpyiin tteele ilrtr oAnAbr rear of the basement.
new portions of (I reenland. Profte,-Lno, ieoDbi, and 23el An offer was made Dan (abot 10l
time inis ;f.At. several of these gaherins take aver the clinic of Sir l lobart two weeks in :June but this had to be
sor H1obbs will spend some time in abo il elvr dress.1Waigcie
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Copenhabotgillhdeivernddresss.orkriout hief urgeontin farthole- re1used because of the previous en-
pnhag te epiton:o'koutth0(i June 13 the dean will be pre- mew'si hospital, Lndon, for the last gagement n the coast.,
DrKoch, who gave tw lectures
anlothsexpedition by the Danish ilitillillllf1i.lit16Hi6tie
governme ut. The trip will include a ~
sledge journey across the entire con-j
tineut from east to west at its widet p
place., Te epedtio"wil laveA I. 0
!Demar Inthesoime of192 an 1Discussion of a union of the Aug11 -
will spend two or three yea rs in can "(Engfish) and Roman Catholic _ .
(lreenland, wintering at Scoreslby churches has been resumed in Bel- t t .
Souduon th estnoashher thasumwitoCadialerchrpreid the__________________with____Cardinal______Mercier________________________-_____
governmnent recently estaldiMihed aC jug. L ord HIali fax (above), president !
colony of h skimos. of the an ,lisp h (urch Uniiion, i s
Ample scienttiicequipment will be -speaking torftie Anoglicans. 12 .
suppllied 1 y the gotve lrinlellt forth
('x1)ditiot, all!] I eterol{)gcal rid
radio stations are, to, be establishe d 1 9, L :
onl both coasts to assist in. the work. i 1 i1 1 emune11 rative '.summ3Y ei4 S ~
It is armed' to do more extensve a -tv-it~
sci ok hnhset ific research wrkthneasbeii o fre .td5 e
been dlone on any previous expedi- Trodiuy and :ruesdaty only
tin asof nrhGenadwi1.1
nothCrelad ~vhesta blishxed nd reliable Dtroi frm axt ri
wre~ prepared tila lr.och loare now 0
In the region covered by these maps md2pke cned" ec uncesry o not overld& -.this
thiereis = an important glacier namedl
artor 1 rofe stir Hobbs. The0 lac ier! oppo < y rt~t y~t' .
is near the winter (quarters of all
previous5 British-Antarctic exited;i-L
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WOL=RIE LNE Room 306 Michig'an Union
BY ~iVRSIY SUDETS ~between 1i1 A.1M. and J P. 1vi.
Announcement is once more made j-HaveyoueverseenaMagic 7N1,2 -8~2
of the round-the- world cruise for un- 8-2 Ru.or=bv tect
versity students to be conducted by..barn Tif n
the University 'Pravel Assocation,bern a"hifnda I-
Inc., under the supervision of Dr. Princess? Have you ever
Charles F. Thwing ,of Western ~seen a Whig;. Horse with .ellttl!i~pt#t11it8Iiliiiiiittttil6A1l Fktl~ilf~ll~ii#19ttttiil911tiIfil I1tt
serve university, author of various wings fly through the
a1ti~4i a I cloudsc? Halve you ever

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Although he was unable to w~ake
any estimate of the amount of' dam-
age (lone, the stock was covered iby
insurance, according; to ('larlIes
Graham, owner of the bookstore.
Columbus, Ohio, May 25. --The re 7-.
ignation of President W. 0. Thomp-
son of Ohio State University htas been'
acceptedl to be effective in Novem ,gber.
New York, May 25. - 1v larry
Emersoni Fosdick was appr,)ved as
the new minister by the cong~regiation
of -the Park Avenue Baptist church.

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or~~~~a ti'rn',othothe amusement
c ,Et - i l the !(la- ' 1 pai'lions or 1! the
hotel. hetind the I if'hwt"a
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hooks oin eUduca tIil uoJjems Uim eI
Far East. (omplet e information ini
regard to the courses to he given andI
expenses to be paid may be hadl from !
Lionel Crocker at the Student Chis-~
tian association.
UPTHEGHRVENAMED ON.
RESEACH COMITTE

seen the Magic Ropelive
dragons and bats'4as b gos
elephants? Have-you-ever
seen 'an Invisible" cloak?

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and all others

Prof. Clair- ljptherove of the c hem- F
Tea st l engineering; dem ift ieilt has I oIbeen t~1 J ;?
n ia lle a Iz t t b r o d t 1 a o i a d 'o i l e l l ( m th e " eff e t o f ie zl e a - , "
lunre on t he ,properties 01ofllet a I,"
>Oteyof]1ectalflie51 lg illeer" r and !I r0 ENVA '1111 -
he American Society for Tt b=iig wMa- (oteh:ii dNovielty~
MO Nrl. This commnitt ee is the lea, I- 114an I U
inn groump in the country todlay Ithatis 0 .i g thd t hehI~wris f I hthIaz t '1) It hil °tll~ ii
meats at ii ih I elipera In me. 000010i '~ Av., :Nkice

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A FEW OF THIE ESSENTIAL ITEMS 'ARE:

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Wool Camp and Army Blankets
Lighlt Double Cotton Blankets
Barrack; Bag.1, Navy Sea Bags.
Haversac and Knapsacks

Mosquito Tents--mnust be s enJ to
be appreciated;
S teel Mirrors with Case
Canteens with Case and ft

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Extra Heavy Double Sole Army and Hiking Shoes
Moccasin Pack Shoes in High-Top, Regular or O xford
Tennis, Officers and Light Munson Army Shoes
Regulation Khaki Army and Whipcord Breeches
Field and Camp Clothing Khaki Coats and
Regulation White Navy Pants and Haits
Leather and Wrap Puttees Canvas Leggings
Rain Coats, Ponchos, Slickers and Hlats

COM-lG-UDA-O N
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Khaki, Poplin and Pongee Shirts, $1l.00 'arid Up
Also Light Flannels, Broadcloth, 0. ,D. Wool .Army Shirts
Corduroy, Suede and Plaid Blanket. Shirts, Blouses and Blazers
L adies Flannel Shirts, Heavy and Light Wool Socks
Golf-Hose Cotton, Lisle and Silk Hose
Sweaters and Underwear, all Styles'
SUEIDE LEAT HER JACKETS in brown, tan or grey .for ladies and m~'en
In green antd yellow, for mern, women and childiren
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