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W11_D..NEilSDAY , MA. G,92

r 2 3,, 1526

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE F v V

Wisconsin Is
called Mther
Of Presidents
Since three of her professors havf:
become heads of educational institu-
tions within the last year, the Uni-
-ersity of Wisconsin has been given
the title of "mother of presidents."''
The last of the trio to be chosen is!
Tr. Arnold B. hal, professor of polit-.
ical science, who has been named pres-
ident of the Uriversity of Or egon.
Dr. Hall was born in Franklin, In-
daua, in 1881. HIe was graduated
fcrom Franklin College, and later at-!
teude(l the University of Chicago,
where he received high scholastic hon-
ors. In 1907 he returned to Chicago,
as an instructor in political science
"Ind international law. Two years
later he went to Northwestern to be-
come an instructor in public law and
polities. In 1921 he became a full pro-
fessor of political science and assoc-
iate professor of law upon leaving.
Northwestern to go to Wisconsin.
Dr. Hull is also a lawyer, having
been admitted to the Indiana bar in
1907.
He is author of several books on
political and legal subjects and found-
ed the National Conference on the
Science of Politics in 1923, serving as
chairman of the conference that year
and in 1924.
CHORAL UNION USHERS
WILL BE DNCE BUESTS11
Those men who, at any time during
the school year, have held positions
on the ushering staff of the Choral i
union will be guests of that organiza-
tion at an informal dance to be given
from 9 to 12 o'clock Saturday night in
Barbour gymnasium, it was announced
yesterday by W. A. Davenport, assist-
ant superintendent of the Buildings
and Grounds department, who is in
charge of the affair.
Brigham Doubts
Mentality Tests
Intelligence tests are not sufficient-
ly accurate to be trusted completely,
says Prof. Carl C. Brigham, of Prince-'
ton university. However, he believes,
they are too useful to be discarded en-
tirely. The testing of intelligence is
not a science, but a technology, ac-
cording to Professor Brigham.

Forms Cabinet

REDECORA TING visiting all the campus buildings andO JXI g L' SALE.1FR RENT
dormitories for the purpose of making Mo~IC4Ian
W ORK BEGUN VON recommendation for reduction of fire 1 At FOR SALE-Canoe; good condition: ATTENTON SEMOR DENTS
risks. P reasonable price. Bridgman, Dial An exceptional opportunity in a new
FOUR BUILDINGS ----- o( are a telephone subscriber call 9761, 408 Washington. 75-76 building with both living and profes-
t- - - Efectve1delthe Ad-Taker, Dial 21214, and your want ad sional quarters combined, reasonabl
Several orders for interior decora- C e ill be charged. FOR SALE-Ford sedan, excellent rental. T. W. Hillier, 16400 Hamilton
I1The Michigan Daily reserves the right to 'r
tion of pus buildings are nowbePlanes casify all want ads underappropriate head- irs, mechanically guaranteed. Call Ave. Highland Park, Mich. Phone
ing fulfilled by the Buildings and in and to revise or withhold objectionable 3543. 75-76-77 0916. tf
Grounds department. The new Phys-I This column closes at 3 P. M. date preced-
ics building is beir% painted inside, Model airplanes have been complet- ing publication. Notice of any error must be FOR SALE-Frontenac over-head FOR RENT-At 311 Thompson, pleas-
a-nd work is to begin soon on the ed under the supervision of C. S. given in time for the secd insertion. valves, a real buy. Phone Riley, ant, reasonably priced rooms; hot
Pharmacology building, the cost of Jones, an instructor in the Wyandottev Ten cents per reading line (cn the basis 6464 at 1003 E. Huron. 75-76-77 water all the time. 77-78-79-80
decoration being estimated at $1200. public schools, which remain in the air 6 iveerage words to the line) for one or twoAF CL- L
The department is also painting the for a period of three minutes. It is Nine cents per reading line for three or more F-OR SA Fo C .-N6-a r
exterior of the Dental building, and expected that the machines will stay inser onassieds received at the D'aiyofice 2er six oc -. 77 bat ovenient; gage if d'e.
refinishing the floors of the Psycho- in the air for more than fve minutes in The Press Building on Maynard Street. FOR SALE-Good Ford touring. Mo- ial 43. 77-7
pathic hospital-a job requiring the after more careful adjustment. They eC 0Tar CT TES
epniueo$10.have been made for competition in Special standardized rates given on applica- tor, rear axe, and tires in 'good FOR RENT-Riooms for sumer
expenditure of $1900. haebe aefrcmeiinint" condition. Please leave name and, school Price rea onale. (Farae
An insurance inspector, from -the an event to be held in connection - cdditi PG lv and7sc7ool. ri4 . revsonr
firm of Johnson-Higgin, employed by with the Flint air race meet, June 4-6. LOST
the University to make semi-annual PORTABLE Radio set; brand new;-
inspections for fire hazards, spent' DUBLIN.-The adoption of full pro- LOST-Lady's traveling bag between complete with loud speaker; liar- FOR NEXT ear-Board, room, and
three days of last week under the tection in all industries, is advocated Church St. and M. C. Depot, Monday gain at 30. Call Bond,7070. home privileges at 512 E. William
guidance of a representative of the by J. J. Walsh, minister of .posts and morning. Reward. C. I. Sprinkle,-7a7n at $12.bCall Bonpd,.7J7n
77-7879 St. 1 1-2 block fromn cam us. Jun-
Buildings and Grounas department, telegraphs. 710. An. Dial 527. 77-78iors, seniors or pofessional stu-
LOST-Cross's English History 1)0k FOR SALE-A complete set of Lud- dents preferred. Phone 3694.
Sin the Michigan Union. Finder wig drummer's outfit. $100 set will 777879
please call W. SteinerDial 5848. sell at half price or less if -bought
p aeimmediately. Call 5865. FOR RENT-One large furnished
iW h Ar A8tt G d at77-7879 room and kitchenette; running wa-
LOST-old watch and chain, Ilnin room suitable for coule.
Yooka. ath and cas. in- FOR SALE-A 1924 "Deluxe Model" Two blocks from campus. 555 So.
er please write Box 100, Michigan Henderson motorcycle and side car; Division. Dial 8072. 77-78
I. iexcellent condition; only 1,000a
willvis to keep your sheep- It is not always possible to Daily. Reward76-77-78 miles. Dial 21476 and ask for Dart FOR RENT-Large ol rooms for
skin diplomas in a presentable, get this "drum-head" mount in Lmafter 7 P. M. 76-77-78 summer students, $2 each. Two
LOSTLigt sellrim iases atu- iblocks from campus. 555 So. Di-
legible condition For thirty other towns. Bdlacing your i(ay, May 22, at Ferry Field. Dial NOTICE vision. Dial 8072. 77-78 p
diplomas in my care immediate- 7310. 76-77
years, I have been using the ly after commencement, you willIE -y"FOR RENT-Most derable furnished
"drumhead" mount, famous at be sure of an expert framing LOST-Bag. Grey silk and tapestry, y Warings "Just a Cottage Small", four rom house. Excellent loc-
job. Diplomas insured tint i containing glasses and small by ar " a ottage S tion. Until October. 818 Forest. Dial
Michigan and other universities' they reach you C. O. D. change. Reward. Phonet 6531. 449 mornings.-75-76-77-78
FOR RENT--Room for one or two
My prices within reason. LOST-Grey Le Boeuf fountain pen TiHE hit of the season on Victor Rec- boys during summer in exchange
Sundydaay non.ReUsteiNo.56.Reg psyedby aNig. Pnn. - ordrvces AyoefuniyedWous-Dilgss frmedusyun-d ffRears Diav340. 4:vnAass eepngrsiteforren.hDal 311
Dilmsfae none ead il3420. 77 vanians- keigstefor rn.Da 31
"In My Gondola" 614 Monroe. 75-76-77
will surely shrink and draw LOST-Fraternity pin of Theta Kappa "Jst a Cottage Small" ___-.-,-__.-
Psi. Dial 3497. Reward. at Schaeberle and Soi Music House. ATTRACTIVE sevn room house;
fromthe frame and become so EXCEPTI NA75-76-77 t. nicely furnished, near campus, for
wrinkled that they are not read- summer; reasonable rentPhone
A. NASH CO., Golden Rule Talors 21886. 76-77-78
able. 306 South State St. SUMMER 1iICHIGAN I)AIILY-1! Spring Suits and Topcoats
(Over HEller's Jewelry Store) $200 FOR RENT for summer, close-in, S. E.
An di Style, Fabric, Tailoring Guaranteed section, 6 room furnished house
on The Summer Michigan Daily I Dial 6746 or 9736 t. lasoHamlin Piamo, large garden.
is asked to see the News EditorPhone6577. 76-77

In the swift succession of Belgian
Cabinets it has been seldom that a1
man has volunteered to attempt toI
form a stable government. However,
.llenri Jaspar, former foreign minis-
ter, has offered to do so, following the
downfall of the Poullet Cabinet.
1100011EVERY MINUTE{
ARE UHeS FIRE LOSSESI
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, May 25.-Fire losses in
the United States amount to more than
$1,000 every minute, a sum so greatI
that if business firms were not in-I
sured against fire, credit would be
limited and perhaps entirely with-I
drawn,Wilfred Kurch, president of theI
National Board of Fire Underwriters,I
said in an address yesterday. He said
that losses, increased by carelessness
and crime, are so great that the fire
insurance business has shown no
profit for five years.
Speakingvbeforesthe 31st annual
convention of the National Association
of Credit Men, Mr. Kurth pictured the
"chaotic situation" he said would de-
velop. if all insurance protection were1
suddenly withdrawn.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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How about that VKE or
Por table Phonograph
for Your vacation?
UKES-$1.95 AND UPt
PORTABLE PHONOGRAPHS, $14.95
-IN ANY COLOR
RECORDS-THREE FOR $1.19
The Arcae Musi Shop
14 NICKELS ARCADE

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of The Daily at 4 o'clock today
at the Student publications of-
fices in the Press building. The
Summer Daily offers practical
experience in reporting, head-
line writing, editorial writing,
and other phases-of journalism.

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MUSIC BY H. E. BOXER
and His Orchestra.
Now booking graduation parties. Phone 8871.
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When the baseball nine wore whiskers,
national college yell, Anheuser-Busch
was nationally known among good
fellows.
And now, when we laugh if we win
and grin if we lose, and umpires need
no bodyguards,
(A-B)
PALE DY
is the favored drink of college men,
because, like the college man, Busch
Pale Dry is a good mixer everywhere
and every time.
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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 s,'
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,
or payments started on same for
a correspondingly higher total
depending upon the plan adopted.
Memberships are $100, one year
following graduation.

WE HAVE a summer opening for U.
of M. men and women living in the
smaller Michigan communities. The
position we can offer you is not only
profitable but intensely interesting,
irrespective of what college course
you are taking. This work will give
you experience that will aid you in
your college work next year. !
Please answer in your own hand
writing, telling where you live and
what University course you are tak-
ing. If satisfactory we will arrange
for a personal interview. J. J. Wil-
liams Co., 3rd floor Stephenson Bldg.
Cass and Boulevard, Detroit, Mich.I
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WATCH REPAIRING SERVICE
Not how cheap but How Good at a
Reasonable Price. The Watch Shop
Edward A. Clark, 1121 S. University
tf.
CALL US
WE pay best prices for men and wom-
en's used clothes-J. W. WENSON,
224 Detroit St. Dial 21405. tf.
IF YQg WANT REAL
cleaning and pressing service at
reasonable prices
Dial 7814
CHEER UP WAHS. 328 So. Main
tf.

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Orchestra Bookings

OHIROPODIST AND
,ORTHOPEDIST
707 1. University Ave. Phone 21212

WARDROBE TAILORS
Suits to order, $23.50 and up
Suits cleaned and presed, $1.00
pressed 35c -
Delivery service
Phone 3242 200 E. Huron

WANTED
WANTED-Three students to serve
table from June 3rd through June
13th for board and pay. Call Stew-
ard between 5 and 6 P. M. Dial
5618. 76-77-78
WANTED,-Theme copying or any.oth-
er typewriting. Rates very redson-
able. Will call for large jobs. -Mar-
ion P. Phillipps, Howell, Mich.
- 76-77-78-79-80
OPPORTUNITY for high paying work
in direct selling. Employment all
summer guaranteed. Must have car.
Call Mr. Friedman at the Michigan
Union, afternoon 1 to 4; any time
evenings. 76-77.78
WANTED--College girl for kitchen
work at Foster's Tea Room.
77-78-79
RESPONSIBLE student couple desires
unfurnished large two room suite
for light housekeeping. Will stay
several years in congenial surround-
ings. Address Box 99. 77
SUMMER EMPLOYMENT-We have
an opening for a few more men for
summer employment. Call 437
Maynard St. 76-77
WANTED-Girl for general office
work in an established Real Estate
and )Insurance Office. The position
offers excellent opportunities for
advancement and income. Appli-
cant must be good typist and should
have some business experience
though the latter is not absolutely
essential. Replies will be consider-
ed confidential. Address box 90,
Michigan Daily. tf.
WANTED-Two or three young men
summer students to work a few
hours a week as part payment on
room and one room free in exchange
for services. Phone 4053. 77-78
fWANTED-By University instructor,
small apartment for next school
year, preferably, not necessarily,
furnished. Box 101. 77-78-79
WANTED-A furnished house or
apartment for the period of sum-
mer school. Communicate with S.
E. Crowe, East Lansing, Mich.
77-78-79
WANTED-Theses to type; low prices.
M. V. Hartsuff, phone -9387.
75-76-77
WASTED-Garage for 4 weeks, near
E. Jefferson and Maynard if possible.
D. Goldsmith, phone 3783.
75:76-77

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Men's Suits cleaned
and pressed $1.00 at
White Swan's Station
in the Press Building.
A splendid opportuni-
ty to have your clothes
cleaned up before
vacation
Dial 21816
White Swan

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Pay as high as
$25.00 for Men's
and Ladies'
Old Clothes
Caml us before you sell.
Also buy Shoes, Overcoats, Jeweiry, etc.
121 E. An Dial 4306
SAM ELLIS
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Make your party dis-
tinctive by using our
place cards, nut cups
and tallies.
APPLIED ARTS
2 Nickels Arcade
Thb Shop for Unique Gifts

"A NIGHT OF LOVE", by Goodrich
Silvertown Orchestra, "Reaching for
the Moon," on Victor Record at
Schaeberle and Son Music House.
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ATTENTION
Look over my line of samples for
i SPRING SUITS
2 pant suits made to measure, $37.50
T B1. Lyons, 515 E. Williams tf
CASH PAID for Law, Medical, Dental
and Pharmacy books, at-
Biddel's Bookstore. tf
NEW VICTOR RECORD
"Poor Papa"-Jack Smith
"Don't Be a Fool, You Fool"
at Scliaeberle and Son Music House
tf.
PARTY FAVORS, noise makers, con-
fetti, and balloons. Special ar-
rangements for fraternities, sorori-
ties and clubs.
BROWN'S BOOKSTORE, 210 S.
Main. tf
Modern Jury Trials
Published by Jennings Co. of New
York made of the Genius Eloquence
of over 100 great lawyers -showing
how cases are won.
U. S. Justice Mathews says: "Ex-
cellent made, highly entertaining and
permanent value."
Darrow says: "I have read your
books with profit for 40 years." tf.
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Food
at the

AT THE THEATERS
Today-Sereen
Arcade-"'For Heaven's Sake,"
featuring Harold Lloyd.
Majestic-"Mike," with Sally O'-
Neil and Ford Sterling.
Wuerth-"His Jazz Bride," with
Marie Prevost - and Matt
Moore.
Today-Stag
Garrick (Detroit)-"The Grand
Duchess and the Waiter," by

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