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Ttll-SDAY, AMARCII 1, P)27



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IIIF lIO niversity t this summer, coming from ! SE V S 5 YEARS
niiiriir ~the Unvrsity of issuri; a course inI
RULLITNS PU ISHID quity I to be conducted by P o. Ed- A S OBERLIN HEAD
grN. Dre eden ce by 'rof. Vi-
FOaUM R SSI nd il>iyPof hreat;and cou-,.e in taxation by ProF. Herbert I{
- E. Goorics.y
Individual Annflc1Tments Are Made; Toe ;lclc~u c in geology and
(;r Law Seieol, (tMolcgy, AnUd Ige ograply are itcind'd for three;
Geogra~phy Work cltsse: ; of stu*t~nts, aco~lrais to the
°- Summevrr se:iso announcrement; those;
S CtOL SARTSJUNE ~ who will ngoe in the pratcal pro-
' - fes dons'o gology mid geogi ap, for
I prodl)crtVO teaers, mnd for 'hse'
Individual bulletins of the Summer 1vwho wil l nt derik- their living from
session work in the Law school, and tns o;sibtwowl idi
fieldl courses in geology and Go- jthecm cultural anl pratical value;.
graphy in Southern Kentucky are now 'h oriferdi frbthudr
off the' press andl available for edls- iThgraduaterd iraathendrs.:
tribut ion, it was announcedI yesterday!Trrwilbafedcoseig-
at the office of Dean Edward 11. Kraus Teewl eafil orei o
ofteSummer son ology.2a field cour>se in physiography,
The Law school session will start, research and specal wor', * 1h sio-
Tuesday, June 21, and continue to; gaphy, and research and speial wo'rk
Sept. 1, the regular class work: of the dnr paleontology and stratigraphy, un-*
session being divided into two periods i'tegloyeprmn.Udrhe
of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l towksec.Tecedl lpartment of geography will be offer
of to weks ach.Thescheuleh'edle s :
planned so as to offer in successive ed a field ourse: in georaphy, amd
summers most of the prescribed! sibcial work in regional geography.I
courses of the first two years of the After breaking came, which will be j r.l, I ey (irzliili Ling
work leading to a degree.I located a ilSrns nteupr Preiet of Oberlin college, ObrIin,
The courses available to first yearj course of the Cunberand river, the iOifrG erwoi einn
students are: contracts I by Prof. Gro- work will close with a reconnaissance Oifr~ erwoi einn
ver C. Grismore, and pleading, by: trip eastwtiard across the Cumberland' to evote leis tie to religious writing.
Prof'. Edson R. Sunderland.j plateau, the Great Valley of.. Eastern Dr. King joied( the institution in 176{
Th'ie secondl and third year subjects !Teninessee, the Sroy imountans, the as an assistant professor He becamer
are: adninisfrativp tribunals and pub-; Piedmont plateau, and the Atlantic Pr sient of the ollege 25 years later.
ic utilities, by Prof. +. Blythe Stason; coastal plain. Presient Ding's resignation will b-
a course in agency conducted by Pro. Copies of oth of these bulletins are1 come effective in June.
Paul A. Leidy work a bills and notes; available at te ofices of the resne^.- - ------ --
by Prof. Ralph W . Ai ler; conflict of! tive colleges or fromn the Summer ss- r i
law s by .Prof. Edwin D. Dickinson; ;Sion office in Univrsity hall. Y . ' cRair Yur
corporations given by Prof. James L. jiTyewrter
Parks, who wildl be in resiMdence at the' Su1bsribp, for The Michigan Daily. ~ dWik~aihi
Reasonable IPrices
1 service
Italian Spaghetti Dinner
Now Served at
Tuesday, Thursdayj, Sundcay Night._
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Those who like Green Jade will a'
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accndit to s Pine, All.ood
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Showing at
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
This Week




Read, The Daily

"Classified" Columns



"wasted- effort account"



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(And then confront their
Suppose you kept a record like this:
...number of hours spent in the unnecessary daily battle
against black, smoky dirt and grime.
..... number of hours spent in dleaning grates and flues,,
and poking the fire to keep it going. And then-
..,add up your bills for dory. cleaning and laundering
curtains, draperies, linens, etc.
...and put down, too, the amount of money spent to
hiave soot-smudged walls and woodwork gone over, painted,
repapered, etc.
Then show these facts to your husband. Make him see
how much time and money is being wasted, simply because
of the dirt-spreading fuel that heats your home. Explain to
him that all this trouble -- all- these expenses--are un-
necessary. Tell him about this easy way to' get rid of the
nuisance, once and for all.
START TODAY to have a CLEAN HOME -by burn-
ing Semet-Solvay Coke-the Clean Fuel. When you burn
Semet-Solvay Coke you'll have no smoke, no soot, no gas
fumes, no ash sifting. Semet-Solvaty Coke holds its heat-
is easy to manage--requires very little attention, and is
clean, clean, CLEAN ! It will save you a world of work
every day: It will save money for you.
Act today!
Order a supply of Semet-Solvay Coke today from an
authorized Semet-Solvay dealer. Very likely your own fuel
dealer has Semet-Solvay Coke. If not, write us for a list of
authorized Semet-Solvay dealers or see their advertisements
in this paper.

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[Upper classmnen in smok4e. Lap, buyingCamiels]

op° in quaity-""first in popularity


EXPERIENCED smockers have proved it.
Discriminating tobacco lovers by. the
million rediscover it each day and every
eveni :g as the friendly Camels are
lighted. There simrply is no better cig.--
rette made. The choicest Turkish and
DoXmestic tobaccos gown are bought for
Camels-and such blending for taste
and f ragrancc!l Only the largest to-
xco organization in the world could
rterms of r1 uarty, Camel quality
Las r;- _cted itself in dihe greatest pref-
erenrce ever given a cigarette. 'There

never was a tobacco word so famous,
or a cigarette so good. First in popu-
larity, because the best-that is the story
of Camel, the biggest cigarette success
ever known.
If you avant such smoking enjoyment
as you never hoped to find, just try
Camels. Smooth, fragrant and nnellevy
m ild, from the first tot cli of the fl=n=
to the final puff, Camel ,,ill f an a
rear-lation to you of tobacco goodness.
For pleasure unalloyed, for the best
that's made regardless of price, "eHave
a Cain ci "

She: "Well, the house is all clean
now-but I suppose it will only be a
day or so before it will be dirty again."
He: "Don't be so discouraged. I just
ordered some clean fuel.~
* Semet6.Solvay Coke gives HEAT


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