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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TIIL't1Sl)AY. Al XI
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ANNOUNCE DATES qjRIUDA1
BIOLOGY CAMP WOiKl.,
hummer Station On Sno~re Q Of ga

Cle :august 119
OFFER 19 COURSES
Class wtark at the Biologicadl station
for the Summer "essiou will stars:
June 27 &wld continue to Aug. I9, ind
thecre w=,ill be off( red cour~eS for

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UiN AS SOCIATIONT
EER ORGANIZATION,
nancial side of the organizat ion anhd
a 'E~ tlhe governing body.
T he budget for the Stuident Chris-
4 t ;, , c('dtOioi'fox the last six years
Las ;{veraged about $20,000. Ths goes
tova r(1mintaaning the fehair'
c'amp pfor under-privileged (c'hilren
w, l_)( -oil, Jackson, and Ann Arbor,'
t ='. u ;> 1:'the nninntnance of properties,
t noi toward, committee activities. ?More
'.-"{!2(1 lo-vs are taken for two weeks
to the camp at Paterson Lake, and
ip. °e are giren a vacation which.
tihew could not have had without theO
help of the association. Three groups
of these boys are taken so that the
ca~ml lasts over a period of six weeks.,
An entering studlent is materially
assisted by the aid which the Student
Christian association affords him. Pri-
marily in this line, it publishes the
freshman handbook every year. Ani-
i-novation this' year was the freshman
rendezvous held at Patterson hlke.
to which a large number of men who
had been prominent in high school
were invited and there learned about

gradua.-tes, undergraduates, anml olp-Il
pci'tit;ics for independent investiga-
toi S, It is announnced in the Summxer
sestsion bulletin of the Biological st~a-
tton whihis x'wavzailable for, ( --
tribution.It
T he sa tici1, wh.i.0h is loca'l::d aonthe
shlores ofDougl as lake, -e(jiiiistaiA ul
f_rntCieboygan, ': ac iua ;JCity andl
Uctskyis situ a 1(1(1inl thetransit ion
zone between the region of evergreeni
cenlifro'uc forests ;,o the north and
that of deciduous 'hardlwood(l orests tot
the south, thereb F' offering chancesyi
to stuady the vegel ation-types chara-
tcristic of b)oth re: ;ions, it is assertedl
by officials of the %tation. The regionsaoweldpkdtohetuyf
animals, it is said, -ihere being 37 spe-t
ies of mamminals,.'12 amphibiansan
12 reptiles.l
The courses are arranged so that
they'do not duplicate -the work offered
ini the University, .but rather are in-
tended to provide ;facilities for field
workc of a, sort that cannot be carried
on undTer urban c ondliti ens or with
rrest ictidns impose-I1 byaouniversity
;chledule. No cours es aro affered ip.
binn ing botany c,2° zoology. It is
pecrissable that a 'stmln~ht give his
(,ntire time to eithe r botany or zo-
lo', or he may (11Vile it betwoen
S E the sujects.
Th. courses in, zor'logy list: ento-
71n,'l)gy, CornLCitholog , adva need orni -
thulog, aichthyoo'!,y, lo rpetology, ade
r.:n11manlogy,?i~i noom , helminthol-
('andr specialrcsa."h work in zo-,
r"hg. nder the botinny division wvil
begiven: taxonomy, 'of greena cryt')-
gn, taxonomy of 1 le lbryophyte-_
ytematic botany, ala Jnt anatomy, d
a'ced syttematic b )tany. ecolor-v
plant geography, ad-x- need ecoalogy.
cological plant anato:'iay, and : pecial
"search work in botainy.
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or esl y hlm as iitit)',:'o I know2',
hai. Lin'liz 11wz:s bilt*ot be fore
th e t'rl abyfiidsraised iby the'
YXoun g Al ': Chri! tian a ssociation
t nuliot' t I h te tUllted tales. lt w5ass
used1 (t' uri- ing t ar oes a 'Young MA3en'e
Christian -a..,,o(iatiofl war wVork coun;
ci I.
The cabinet, of the Stu~ent Chris-

Student club, the Japanese Stu dent llg o f Nvel -]i o sal b the Fil pin0 3'-) h4lub'thI'0. Thei R
i tndust an club, the Negro-Cauc asian IW) ne'rsh1 1l1 fl
0-11, fihe Cosmopolitan club, the Span-bruht o .
ish society, and the Polish literary anml expects to hlave s~'cr1l ;-re .
1 his spring. A1r. Sbher,,edP.14v>'-
se'yare the groups of foreign stu1-
(lent. f..5 1h1C.1held n er'ous mee tingfs cell"Visit here V'-",7n 'Irt'l. >
ill l an e hail last fall. i'50t13St40 Ci'>'
her ('~at ion. t he Coxo,) n 1 11
?notherservice providedby the as- i-w lyi _ Pngn I;'
i fl(iat ionl for bhe cam pus is the b1iiiig."" meetin 's I reilent lv 4'iaaa'
N'Vhere Men-11Find Suits and Topacoat3 n rc~
Ranging from $8.5(0) o $W
We urge you to Inspect Ou WNoolin Lefore dc.-
cidirig where your neat Suit will be purchased
- CUSTom TAILOR
4 ~619 East Williams Sit.

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tia~i association is appointcdl by tll(- the customs of the campus. They
president. v ho is elee-t e by a general heard many leaders and memliers of
vote of the :students on tibe. campus. the faculty speak on such subjects as
It governs the student, activities inJ fraternities, athletics and extra-cilr-
connection wvit h the association. There ! icular activities.
are12 eniersof he al~nctwho During the past year the Student
take care of different branc hes of the Christian association lhas been of
work. Tfhe board of trustees is cons- great assistance to the foreign stu-
posedi of 23 men. who handle the ii- dents on the campus. The Chilic--

Special Daily Luncheon
Special Daily Dinner
Chicken Dinner Sunday
1204 South University

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ONE NIGHT ONLY
Monday, March 7

M I-SS S lHUMET PRESENT

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ro b0 as jiist organized its first
Shippers Advisory board, patternedr
''ctl after that of the Unlitefld
lates. It comes as a result of the suc-
cess which the Shippers Adlvisory
"~f1q in this country have nmade in
Handling car-service disputes. It will
consider matters pertaining to ratesr
as well as service.
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Misadvei Itr ,s
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> geetit cif -You'll Enjoy It Moire.

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AT THE night sessions, when class philosophers
vie with class Merry Andrews in deciding the
heavy problems of the world-or burlesquing
them- notice the royal guest, Prince Albert.
Chiming in with the spirit of the occasion. Fill'-
ing the air with the finest Tobacco-aroma ever.

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groan the Iv'bvel bzy GREC;ORY ROGERS
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Do you smoke Prince Albert?

It will bring

you more pleasure and satisfaction than you
ever thought a pipe could give. TIhe instant
you throw back, the hinged lid and release that
wonderfl P. A. fragrance, you suspect you are
in for some grand smoke-sessions.
The very first pipe-load confirms your sus-
picions. Cool as a gate-tender. Sweet as the
week-end reprieve. Mild as the coffee in Coin-
inons-mild, yet with a full body that satisfies
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P. A. SO sold everywhere in
tidy red tins, pound and hall-
pound tin humidors, and.
pound crystal-.glass humnidors
with sponge-moistener top.
And always with every bit
of bite and parch removed by
fhe Prince Albert process.

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