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FRID)AY, MAY 29, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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S.C.A. INSTALLSI
DFFB~IES AT

'26, president-elect responded, out-i
NEW innginmesre the future policy lDISIUE5EN1
of the organization. Harold Coffman,
fedsccretary ; and Maurice Rhodes,;'5,alosoe ggy
LUNCHEN ,il ______IVTTOSMNA
^ ofier ad gTIO A fJ~fl[ 501E (Commlencemnent annoa nefets anti
student Chi st- U invitatimis for the 5senio01 lhter ary,

A ccomplishmnents
Told By Conucil
(Continued from Page One)
tin has limited the-size to the yearl-
ing enrollment each year.
Through the co-operadloon of the'

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f' AflhlPUNights - S 5tc to $2.50-
Sat. Mat.- - M0c to $2.61}
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Installation of cabine
vice-pre'sidenfts of the St

ianyassociation was held yesterday at nrrni class are to bie distributed Monday tfitcasotmaii. .vieai liirictsu s
ELCT luncheon rIrI a South standofFryiedwer-
The cabinet members who took of- iin the main corridor of lnvriyfor use as a cheering section. StdentTase Cot.at
glea ta ive n aeJhnallio ;LUUUIUIUIfrno .teu9ad1 ocoksre ttem~o ae atf~
'26, errim Herick '26 C. . Stph ir'.terrccli honrarysocity mustal.presentappFintally reant oiallyanorfitheorStudenten
'2ri, Merriamersrricet'26,of.iA.rstfor his reeipt for lass dues; otherwise, council ws opened last fall in the TRU NKS A SPECIALTY
en,'2,EzaYon, 2, n Grit arn suieesetedoat asicers i r vitatjoiis will not be granted.A ! union, the expense ]aving being A
Ficistra. There remain several va- tlcienoing smse taseilf~ xr niain oln fee o borne by the Union and the council.DIL67
cancies in the cabinet for which ap-I meeigyseda feno.3ae ti eet .Reports of committees drig teyea ______-_________________________
poltments will be made in the nearleecin resulted as follows: Fredl- are placed on file and a permanent____________________________________________
future. rick A. Lesen. '25111, comnodore ;record of council work is now possi-
Perry Hayden '25, retiring presi- Mark L.o, 1landl, '2(j, vice-comnma- SibS'flier now for The Summaizer ble for the help, and guidance of ti-
(lent, gave a fewelioaddrie to after d d aI nkW Atkinson, 26E pui hlia rii.-i ur onis
administer ing the oaholfiet i ~ ie ~ 3 na b
new cabinet imembers. Rensis Likeirt, st ( 1 _____________________________I___
UNITARIANS emphasize character, not doctrinal
Northwesltern University Lawe school belief.1
SuMMERsESSflrN 1925 UNITARIANS sbriac o-setilMoesetasatinee'
SU MRFLYicudeU IARA subarditoen esniast ssnil. :i SCREEN SUPREMACY SIGNIFIC
Juuez22to Augustz22
FRED B. BRANSON, Justice of Supremie Court of Ohiaoiua~ UNITARIANS have no creed. TD Y A D S
B 1NJAMI~N W. COLIIAN, Chief Justie of Siriil 'umourt of Niiada T D Y A D S
JOIN F. MAIN, Chief Juistice of the Siipreiiie Court of W1ashingioii UNITARIANS take the result of scientific invstia- "
ARLEW.Ai tOLDi, C ify3 of (~og a4itheuprnemCrt of Hfu m an ly En xT Ertain,
iNRW1.MIJISYCefJsieo li ureCoi. tion as the basis of their religion. m A
and the following members of Northwestern University Ha eKse
Law School Faculty: DR. SIDNEY S. ROBINS And She
DEAN JoHN H. WIG3IOR E STEI'IWN LOVENetSnaat1:5o
HERBERT.'1L. HARLEY JASPELkR4.11O3EL Net una a 10 45o
For Bulletin and detailed information, address.: Secle- ih
FreoFlosianChrceinRlgo.tary Northwestern University Law School, Northwestern FreoFlosiAn hrce nRlgo.snct I~eac
Buaildifng, 31 West Lake Street, Chicago.,h ntrin C uc
SUMIER DAILY TRYOUTS ADHECSSFEAl,-
The Summer 'Michigan Daily I ~ttflIt ~i ~i1!, ~ fit lll~ll IItli~l>I
offers tudents who expect to yx
£4attend ummcir School all of the 1
advatages and e xp e r ie nc e
which are found in The MLich- -^
i' igan Dily, and also the oppor "°=B sd o
tunity for faster advancement. w ~Bsdo
$l the editorial and business - 8Federick
vwomen during the next few I Lonsdale's
weeks. Persons interested are
urgedy to see Thai or Mansfield, I ( Are't
on the editorial side, any after- "Aren't WeCAh All
noon from 2 to 5 o'clock,' or
4Conlin', on the business side,
Sany afternoon from 4 to 5:30 HLY rtITrativeSummerpoion
o'clock. These men may be I ' e u ea~v oiln
the Press building on Maynard Il are being offered to 50 men b a wel
Stret. iI - i~,- ,..~, 1:~t~~ Deroi ;;.r~~ ~By the
esalse andrelabe D trit ir . E pei_ ircto o
t D n t veloo tis. "Miss Bluebeard"
ence unnecessary.Dontoelkths-Dicorf
Whatever the occasion may drato notflt
be, flowers always carry theI
ight sentiment.--
C=sn 'l For personal interview apply I(
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AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY ~C MN~U D
for Senior s desrous of enter ing Investmnt Banking .business in eaewtot od otl fti ra l
Michigan Futur e and remuneration limited only by your amibition.W r ihotwicstotl ftisgl i
Maeapplication by letter in your own ha ndwr miting, givintgIsufc.tsigfcae nh Ylmophod
compliete details regarding education, busine sexpeience, salary suffiE iiiaCO E inAGhe"realm o phNO
expecctd etc. Also three references as to chatracter and ability. "H OERD W GN"_d'N
BOX 1r4_
MICIG~AN DAILY;
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HARRY ALC
WHITE & MANNING
"TIN ~plN4
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Weddngsdirect from "Artits and Models"
OWENMOOE 40 Star
Demand the best in OWEN MORE100Buhl
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BOBBY VERNON s'sIi vngc Ittl
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master in workman- r nOTHER GOOD FEATURESc
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rid B e s t ' S e rv ice38 M a n r
'ANT IN ITS MEANING = :
TURD)AY
in .Love Comedy
IHer in the Light
Screamed with All Her
1 Her in the Dark
i Silence Filled the Park'~
Giever Kissing comedy with
AidoIphe Menjou in his finest
It's a real riot of laughs.
lith These Star;
ADOLPH MENJOU
LILLIAN RICH
AILEEN PRINGLE
Anid Othersk
Y '-COMING_______
.ture 's entertainment value. This should
rama equals and some say surpasses
>RTH OF 36."
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H4OLT
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BEERY
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