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SUFOC 2,12 EIS STUDE T S Will investigate
Flexible Tariff~
AN STATE TOR H
f i Men ~7rom Seven Nations Will Vist
elilgan (lilies Iduring Spring<
I LL LEAVE APRIL 2
St vents on the campus from sev- ~..* *.
en foreign nations have signified their
inten ton of going on the annual springI
vaca bn trip, including visits to five)
Mich an cities, which will b.e conduct-
ed ui Per the direction of Carlton F.
S"Y:Well ;~ of the rhetoric department.
The our will star~t Mvonday morning,
April;}12, and the students will re-
1turn 'o Ann Arbor on April 17. Prof..
. A. gC. Hildner of the German dle-
i part ont will also accompany -the
part
Th cities to he visited on the trip
are .ttle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand
p api ;,s, Lansing, and Flint.
t Started in 1422 -
r Th tour is an annual event, intro-
duc duingthesprng acaionof Sen. Joe T. Robinson, Democrat,
1922.ets urposte spinoge vcthon fr Arkansas, is organizing an investiga-
eign tudents better acquainted with to ft~Uie ttstrf on
(Micbh1an and the United States by mission andl the flexible tariff, lHe
," hvn thmvsttpclidsrewas namedl chairman of a special in-i
Stour linteresting harts of the cities, vestigating committee after Republic
and "feet Americans in the friendly ans joined the Democrats in forcing
hospi 4lity of their homes. an investigation of the body.
En rtainment will be provided the
umi nd friends of the University. nf n r ri-
Acco {ing to Mr. Wells, the Chambersti4.[1UU41I
Sof C m cerce in these five cities are T u nil Rrn1 TIr'IrN
j co-0p sting with him in arranging IIRLR t
1 nrlrsm prga o h tu-
Sdents 9tluring their stay..
, Battle Creek First Advertising will be the theme of the
antthe Celwhich will be visit- seventh vocational lecture to be givenf
ed o the first day, the party will next Tuesday afternoon in Natural
bi e eorti. rtainedl at the 'Postuni Cereal Science auditorium under the auspices1
Cornph y and at the sanitarium, the of the vocational council committee
f large in the world. In Lansing, the of the Student Christian association.[
state apitol and the Michigan State Gordon W. Kingsbury, '1, present ad-
{ colle4 will be visited. vertising manager of the Kelvinator
The(dndustry of interest in Kalam- company of Detroit and formerly con-
azoo' III be the large papter "mills, and (nected with tho Diamond Crystal Salt
in G 4nd Rapids arrangements have company of St. Clair in the same ca-
been , de to have- the party taken- pacity, has been secured to deliver
throwugh the Berkey and Gay Fi ini- the address.
i' ture pbmpany, Mr. Kingsbury, who was president
Resrvattons for the trip have been of the Student Christian- association
j limite~ to 25, and only foreign stu- in the year of 1910-11, also held otherr
dents are invited to make,. the trip., campus positions, having been busi-
Trhos .'interested in making the tour Iness manager of the Michiganensian
1 may et in touch with Mr. Wells 'and manager and editor of the Student
Thur lay afternoons from 2 to 5 o'- Directory.
clock,: dn room 3231, Angell hall, or
from to 10 ,o'clock in the morn-I HAVANA-The two per cent tax
ing o i Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat- Ion raw sugar at the mills has been
urday~' in room' 3224. suspended by presidential decree.
ODNYiUODELR I AT THETHEATERS i
,- T HOLDD MEETIN8HERE 1A Toay sese ndthsj
Ann or o Hve irs OfSeris O Kelys" wth eraGordon.
x ((Majetic- "BhindtheFront,"
hol irs week by the Michiga Auo "Sly Irene, andl
Michigsrean ana fAture Mary," with Sally O'Neil.
motiv .Trade association. 'These re-1
of th iwork of the State Dealers' as-.Tdy-tg
4 sociat on, their object being to bring Garrick (Detroit)-W tPrc
to the dealers new thoughts and busi- Glory."ric
cress Alps which they can make us ___Glory
of in ieir own organizations.ShbrLayet (Dro)-
fWil iam B. Burruss of Washington, I I 'Betty Dear, with Richard j
rD. C. w ill be the principal speaker) "Skeets" Gallagher.
of th pmeeting in Ann Arbor tomnor-j
row, hich will be held in the Mas- i Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)- j
onic ile. Mr. Burruss is the sales "Why Not?"
consi ant, for the National" Automo-.
bile ealers' association. W. D. Eden- Neieri Dtot Te
burn, mnanager of the Michigan Auto-!, Knew What They Wanted,"
s inotiv Trade association and, Law-'j wt ihr ent n
rence A.Rosksin, both of Detroit, will Pauline Lord.
acco ,pany him on his tour of the l l

state..
Following this first regional meet- RAE
ing ibich will be attended by. menRA
from hle counties of Hillsdale, Jack-
son, ,enatwee, Monroe, Wasljtenaw, Today Only
and t$ewestern portion of Wayne; HOOTi/ GIBSON
TIMes ay, Grand Rapids on W~ednes-
ieeti~"TH willL be~'t hedaKKlmzo"
clansing on Thursday andI FAiDLE ,AK
cm Friday. ; Tlard--illr-! ! !
TO$~O. -Theprine rgenthas Mondaiy, Tuesday, Wednesda y
com ntted to life imiprisonment the TEIO
d eath; sentence 'of a Korea~n and 'his 0?HRSE'l'
Japaikse wife for plotting against theRA
NDSatgNt 50c to $2.00
41CEEK. Wedl Mat W~ to $1.50
WHAT
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GLORY
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