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The Michigan Daily, 1925-05-28

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PAqjC WTORT

DAILY OFCA BDLEI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by theMa iirtent to theb.-We'ent until
8:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
Vollume £ TIURSIJ^ AY A 28, 192'Number 178

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Memorial Meeting for President Marioni LeRoy Burton:
The University's memorial meeting in honor of President Marion LeRoy
Burton will take place at 8:00 P. M., Thursday, May 28, 1925, in Hill Audi-
torium. Mr. Robert Frost will deliver the address. The main floor and gal-
leries of the Auditorium will be open for students, faculty, and citizens of
Ahin Arbor. Academic costume will not be worn.

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______ THE' MICHIGAN DAILY__
Earth quake Again Devastates Japan

TTUR~1nAY, MrAY 2s, 1923~

Cercie Francais JaffrsonCity, Mo., fMay 27.-The
Will Hear critic; Louis, to succeed the late United.
States Senator Selden F. Spencer, ",asp
Prof. Paul Laumonier of the Tani- announced today by Gov. Samuel
Baker.
versity of Parisf will. address the ________
Cercle Francais on the "poet Ron- s~i er 11ow for The ~sumcr~
sard" at 4:10 o'clock today in Na-, Ilchigan D1aily.-A.i,
tural Science auditorium. The lece-____________________
ture, which will be given in French,'
will lbe illustrated.
Professor Laumoni er is considered
one of the three leading authorities
on Ronsard. He has written the only E m-ID
etersie will benoamis ionhearoe.' W A N 'I l
exteivew orkdingin hathepet
and the public is cordially invited to
atenl _____

A. ]I. Lloyd.

To All Members of the Student Body:
Regents' regulations provide that all current University fees must' l,.
paid before credit can be granted. A number of students have charges for
Health Service treatment - outstanding, against them. The names of such
students (errors and omissions excepted) are being communicated to their
respective Deans, and these bills must be paid without delay it credit is
to be given :for the present semester's work.

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Shirley WV. Sinitli, Secretory.

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Will every member of the faculty who is in charge of the announcement
of courses to be offered by his department please make sure, before pre-
paring his copy, that all room assignments are in agreement with the rec-
ord in my office. W. IL Humphireys.
Members of the Administrative Board, College of Literature, Science and
the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board Thursday, May
28, at 4 :10, in Dean Effinger's office. W. R. Humnphreys.
Honor Guard:
Seniors of the various schools and colleges who have been selected by
their Class Presidents, respectively, are requested to meet with Dr. May
at the gymnasium at 7:00 P. MI. Thursday, May 28.
L. M. Gram, Chief Marshal.
To All Studeuf ~In Engineering Drawing:
All studet 4.are required to remove' the, locka from their instrument
and drawing board lockers by 'the end of the examination period, June
10th. Locks foud u removed after this date will be destroyed to free the
lockers for the Summer Session. H. W. Miller.

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London, May 27.--Another of Eng-'
land's old estates will soon go under!
the hammer, the young Duke of Rut-..
land having decided to sell Longshaw
lodge..

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"KEEP SMILING"
gust as long as we do your

Girls' Discarded Dresses
Coats and Shoes

Highest
Cash Prices Paid

cleaning and pressing
will have a smile on
face.

you
your

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6616

Quick Service

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328 South
Phone

Main St.
7814

120 Fourth Ave.

More than 2,000 persons are believed to have perished in tha latest Japanese earthquake, the most seri-
ous since the unprecedented devastation of the Tokio area in 1923. Scenes like that above are again to be
found over wide areas of Nippon. The underscored cities in the map were those destroyed in 1923. The shaded
area is the scene of the latest disaste!.

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Examinations in Surveying:
Course 2, Tuesday, June 2nd., 2-6, Room 311.
Course 4, .Tuesday, June 2nd., 2-6, Room 348.

C. T. Johnston.

Political Senhe 2, Journal Club:
There wi114be a regular meeting of the Journal Club to
Hi1gh School Observations:
All observation slips must be taken to Room lOG Tapj
day P. M., May 29.
Mr. Whitehouse will be in Room No. 10 Tappan Hall,
to' 4.15.
3Mathematlcs, College of Literature, Science, arid the Arts:
The mathematics staff will meet on Friday, May 29, at
3201 Angell Hall.
U~niversity Glee Club:
The notice to meet Thursday night in Hill Auditori
mandd~. The Club will not sing that night.
Theodore Harr
lnatertole giaute De'bate Classes:t
All university men and women given places in the Ini
bating classes for next year are requested to meet in R4
Hall at 5 o'clock on Thursday, May 28. 'G.
Mr. Yanaway, of Educators Association, will meet stu
in summer employment at the City Y. M. C. A., 110 North 4
8:00 A. M. to 4:00 !P. M., Thursday, Friday, and Saturda
May 28, 29, and 30.
To Seniors-Bu siness; Opportunity:
Mr. H. W. Becker, of Grand Rapids, district manager
politan Life Insurance Company of New York, will be atl
Michigan Union from 9 to 11 A. M. and 1 to 2 P. M. on T1
to interview seniors who are interested in the life insuranl
profession.
l ella Tatu Delta:
At a meeting, of the Committee o n Student Affairs hi
local chapter of Delta Tau Delta fra tern ity was placed
one year for failure to properly con duct the dance helc
house onl May, 16.
H. C. Avinrson, Secretary Senate Conmnittee on S
Subscriber now for Tihe Sumner Michigan Daly.-Ad
IHURRY!1 HURRY

day at 3 P. M..
I. S. Reeves.
pan Hall by Fri-
Thursday, 3:45
C. 0. Davis.
4 P. M. in Room
J. L. Markley..
um is counter-

IWHAT'S GOING ONj
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daly office
provided for twiat purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
THURSDAY4
4 05-Miehigam i's. Japanese All-Stars
baseball game is held at Ferry field.
4:10-Lecture in French, "Au Pays dpi
Poete Ronsar d," (avec projections)
by M. Paul Laumonier of the Uni-
versity of Paris, is presented in the
Natural Science auditorium.
1:10-Administrative board of the lit-
erary college meets in Dean John R.I
Effinger's office.
{ :00-Unilversity nmen and women i
jdebating classes meet in room 3201,
Angell hall.
7 :00-Honor guard 'meets with Dr. 64.
A. May in Waterman gymnasium.
7:00-Weekly assembly ini English 3 ,
pubhlic speaking' for enineers, is

in honor of President Marion L.
Burton is held in Hill auditorium.
Robert Frost is the speaker.
FRI nAY
4:00-1fathuemalles staff of literary
college me~ets in room 3201, Angell
ball.
4 :0)--Michigran vs. Wisconsin track
meet at Ferry field.f
(( ~SESIORS
There will be no smoking
during the commencement exer-
cises on Ferry field, on June
15. Such practice detracts from
the dignity of the occasion and
(will b~e strictly prohibited.
Richard Laurence, i
SPresident, senior' literary class.
REl)D THE CLIASSIIFI D )S

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SUMMER DAILY TRYOUTS f
The Summer Michigan Daily
offers students who expect to
attend Summer School all of the
advantages and e xp er ie nc e
which are found in The Mich-
igan Daily,, and also the oppor-
tunity for faster advancement.
Both the editorial and business
staffs willtadd a few men and
women during the next few
weeks. Persons interested are
urged to see Thai or Mansfield,
on the. editorial side, any after-
noon from 2 to 5 o'clock, or
Conlin, on the business side,
any afternoon fronm 4 to 6:30
o'clock. These men may be
found at The ,Daily -offices in
the Press building on Maynard
street.

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Last

When you get home you will wish you had bought
your new suit in Ann Arbor, as you know that} the styles of

clothing vary considerably in college towns.

You will find

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BOOKSTORE. ST. CLAIR, MICH.

it difficult to purchase collegiate, well tailored merchandise in
the "old home town." With the unusual SPECIAL
SALE we have launched this Spring you may please your,
taste for clothes of style and refinement.

$50

suits

$45 Suits
$40 Suits

o now $40.00
now $36.00
now $28.00

$35

Suits

Neckwear, $1.50

now 95c

PLACE YOUR(
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213 EAST LIBERTY
(Opposite Varsity Laundry)

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