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TUL',ISDAY, APRIL 20, 9f26.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Creek on the first day, Monday, April itrn~n ceived today at the recorder's office,

COSMOPOLITAN GROUP
VIITS IN 1IVE CITIES
industrial Plants And Educational,
Institu~tions4 Are Inspected
Industrial plant~s and educational
Institutions in five Michigan cities
were visited by 12 members of the
Cosmopolif'an club on their annual
spring tour of the 'state. The group,
under the direction of Carlton F.
Wells, of the rhetoric department, re-
turned to the city Saturday.
Visiting the Kellogg sanitarium, the
extensive cereal plants, and the Du-
plex printing press workis in Battle
PAi for Ladies and Men's Clothes
SAM Eil LVS h14as $25(forISqs

{nrn n h istdy onaArilcieoomdyUiverstyhailcordeissFoeice,
112, the gr oup spent the following day '°VUIVIUIILI roohr4 Ulitersycollg isrecoren-e
in Kalamazoo. Included in the days 1UFOCM IE Mor.ltaycleg rcrd, n
visit there were tours of Western fltffIh rnar'fj[founced yesterday.
State Normal college, where the visit- t GU (lfICiU L PERITiiS VL Te omte0 obndcr
ing students took charge of the chapel ____ricuila will meet to considler appIlica-
program, Kalamazoo college, the 1 p-
john Pharmaceutical works, thej Applications for permission to en- Ions after grades for the second se-
mester are in. and will notify stu-
Shakespeare company, makers of fish-; ter upon the combined curricula inIi dents of the disposal of their applica-
ing tackle, and the Kalamazoo Vege- law, medicine, business administration, tos uigtesnnr o n
table parchment company plant.' At; and dentistry, next fall, will be re- transedupong the summier. currcula,
noon the group was, entertained byjItrneuothcmbedurila
students are required 1o present one
the Lions club,.
dents, in a visit to the capitol, were and a third times as many honor
Furniture and tire manufacturing! also introduced to Goy. Alex Groes- points as they have hours for the three
plants were visited at (grand Rapids,1 beck. years in thea literary college.
followed by an extensive tour of the TPhe day" in Flint was spent in a1
jMichigan State college campus in tour of the Marvel Carbuzretor com-
EatLan sip. % Vembers of the AL . S pany works, and the A. C. Spark Plug 1;
C.C s. e ia 'c i nd ertainte company plant. The club presented a
Kenyon S.Butter.ield, esetie h brief progranm before the Rotary club, ___
visiting students at Ginner. The stu- at its noonday luncheon.l

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Registrar Orders principals. Information is contained] BUCHAREST. - Queen Marie,, it
in the leaflet, ,about requirements for !authoritatively stated, has given iiu)
Mlore Pamphlets' admission to the University, suggested! the idea of joining the Greek Orthiodo
courses of study, fees and expenses,I church.
and opportunities for self help.
!With the first issue of 20,000 pamph- E CANTQN. - Strike conditions hiere
lets exhausted, the registrar's office WARSAW. - The Ursus company of continue to show no signs of settle-
has placed a new order for 20,000 ad- Warsaw, is starting the first motor nient. Many persons are going quiet
ditional copies of the pamphlet pre- car works in Poland. ly to Hong Kong.
pared by that office this spring for
use of students interested in enteringI
college.
Copies of the 16-page foldler havel- ays to S ucce s
been distrib~uted to high school stu-i
(ents throughout the state, and inI
adjoining states, through high school
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y and Sat., 50c-75c
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