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TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1921

DENOF OSOD
TO -ARESS GOIF
Head Of Canadian Law School To
Speak In Law Building :lay 21
Before Giving Banquet Talk
PLAN OTHER SPEECHES
John D. Falconbridge, dean of Os-
goode Hall Law school, Toronto,
Canada, has been selected as the
speaker of the annual Coif banquet
Friday, May 21, in the Lawyers' club,
announced Dean Henry M. Bates, of
the Law school yesterday. Dean Falt-
conbridge will deliver a public lec-
ture in the afternoon in Room C of
the Law building and will talk to
Coif members, graduates, and Law
school faculty at night on that date.
Mr. Falconbridge has been dean of
Osgodde Hall Law school since 1924.
He was educated at the University of
Toronto and was admitted to the On-
tario bar in 1899. He has been secre-
tary of the Conference of Commis-
sioners on Uniform State Legislation'
in Canada. He is the author of legal
volumes including "Banking and Bills
of Exchange," "Law of Mortgage,"
"Sale of Goods" and "Negotiable In-
struments."
In addition to Dean Falconbridge,
several students and faculty will be
on the program. Graduates of the
Law school, who were members of
the society when in school, will at-
tend from Chicago, Detroit, and neigh-
boring cities, according to Dean Bates.
Researches To
Be Secured By
Picked Groups
Industrial research groups com-
posed of students who are interested
in studying the major problems of in-
dustry through actual contact with
them are being formed by the indus-
trial research committee of the Stu-
dent Christian association under the
chairmanship of Arnold G. Andersen,
'27. Under the proposed plan, stu-
dents- who enroll will go to Detroit
and secure employment in one if the
large factories, observe closely the re-
actions and mode of living of the men
with whom he comes in contact; then,
at a regular weekly meeting discuss
with the rest of the group the condi-
tions he has observed.
This is the second year that this
xr search has been tried. Last year
a large group of Michigan students
and a delegation from Yale embarked
n this task and achieved very grati-
fying results, according to, the .report,
submitted at the end of. the summer.
students who wish to enter this group
are expected to have had some course

Yale Will Honor I
Prince Of Sweden

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ASK SENIORS TO PAY
UNION DUES BY JUNE
Seniors, taking out Union life
memberships, are urged by El-
liott Chamberlain, '27, chairman
of the Union life membership
committee, to make final pay-
ments before graduation in June.
In past years many seniors
either neglect their payments en-
tirely after they have left the
University or postpone them so
long that the interest has in-
creased the amount due consid-
erably, Chamberlain stated.
Life memberships may also be
taken out now by seniors for $50,

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or payments started on same for t
a correspondingly higher total[I
sdepending upon the plan adopted.
Memberships are $100, one year
following graduation.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Se{ha'eAa MEN, ATT
proposition which
and gives you opportunity to make
THE NOkTH
::"437 Mayn
For the first time in the history of
the university. Yale will confer a de-]
ree upon a royal personage.. On June Big Reduction on
14 it will bestow the degree of doctor
of laws upon Gustavus Adolphus,
crown prince of Sweden, who !:- com- made to m
ing to this country. Starr and,
in economics and sociology but this is
not absolutely necessary.
The stipulated requirements are asN'I.G
follows: Get a job the same way thatI
other men get it; room and board
should be taken under the same conI Above A. Luti
ditions as those of your fellow work-
ers-in this way only can the student 109 East Washington St.
know their life and understand first-
hand their problems. As much as
possible of the student's spare time
should be spent with .them so tha
that phase of the matter may also be
studied.
Any student on the campus who
would care to go into this work is1
requested to consult with the commit-
tee from 3 to 5 o'clock any afternoon,
except Saturday or Sunday, at Lane
hall.

"The Newspaper as a Community
aset" will be discussed by R. Ray
aker, editor of the Ann Arbor Times-
ews, at the regular Chamber of Coin-
ierce luiicheon tdday. Mr. Baker has
een ihaging editor of the paper
nice it was purchased by the Booth
ublishiiig iiteres'ts in 1922.
Patronize Daily Advetisers.-Adv.
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of the Famous50-50 Partners Now4
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SIDNEY
As POTASH, and
ALEXANDER
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as PERLMUTTER
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From the RED APPLE CLUB, WCX
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CHEER SQUAD TRYOUTS
Daily workouts are slated for
the cheering squad at Ferry field
for the remainder of the semes-
ter. They will be held at four
o'clock, andi all freshmen who
wish to try out for the squad {
{will report at that time.
SW. A. Warrick,
Cheerleader.

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S nationd Institution . rmnCoast to Coasti
English Foulards
We have just received a fine shipment of
these Ties. Some with Hdkfs to match.
Polo Shirts

Genuine STAROLINE Gasoline
is sold only out of blue pumps
with white stars.
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who
take
your style
straight

hen old grads
dropin-ad aroundhe
fre experiences of then
are fondly retold
have a camel!
N _ WHEN famed men re : ::::: :
turn. And by dancinr
firelight they relate thei .
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So this night wvhen
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see in their past your
future enfold, then zesC-
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, : that's prized by the
world's experienced.
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They are made of a very fine Oxford
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English collar,
the shirt.

which buttons down to

A three button model with natural
shoulde's, notch lapels fairly loose
fitting, full of grace, tailored in
smart lines - the real aristocrat of
college styles.

The " U " Suit tailored by
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$40, $45, $5O
T'he °" U" Suit is shown here exelu-

Into the nakirtg of this one cigarette goes all of the ability
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Our highest wish, if you
do not yet know Camrrel
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