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THE MICHIGAN ,DAILY

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COMPLETE ftATLJ[AMain Without Lr n Tls v rai
FOR SUMMER SESSIN1/'

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('oil iInI"'. Anlnounleei-lis
AUl Volg Is MReady
For ilrihution

FA UL Y' If BBYR be found in the po or takidng gym- 1MT
, msisnr1bltle~~lM( i-,I ID-D Y SW IM not, only turning their thoi ghts to usr
thiungs of an athleic naturebut)w, howa
11. at hired, athletic pi'ofessors 15V' mnher sprtdtesle
,av: 1o yet COl~eome numerouis eniough f1'roml the oi din ry1statusof t' ?- pI1f..or
c., ,.'le erous consternation on the 5hip, and become sel f-naimed ""lou-a.I
if :nfs o ithe figi ies presented gai ro snt,'o t
% lLCO1)01 atenans ae t 1) Atprsent, according to 1altt Mann,
i;< 1u~n many faculty men have, Vars:ity swimining coach, the exclusive
a doed noonl athiletic prog; rm, crganization without dues, officers or
V~hch.sholdit .3 atte>Idanice (o tiiue (uties 0other than "sink or swim", hasr
~o n( ~ as it has latly, ,nilenthuiasi~tic membership ofi more
( odthec ampus andFUiversity 10tha ,I (idiided j'linto Srt:for 10
L('5 ;I os otf imit 01tors of Zler- I~Yeia intermrediates, and begInners,
<iliS Sa Nepune
IPloor timies a vveekI at that hour ( Ilinois.-The colleg of law has an
E i .allIy set aaide for lunch, there mnayI enrollm'ent of 329.

ASI~iIIGO.-Construction oan al
gymasimexcluiv~iely for the(
o~ fi]1omen tudents, is now under
lANG IS.- Three professors were
nled a year's leave of absence.

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5 -C OU S S AEaITD<talogulk of the 1927 Summer ses-1
sion cot~ii the ~complete an-'
nounicemzent oef all c4ases, wNith the de-j
scription of t1he -work hours,, credit,
andl insiructors; Ara e- off the press
and11 vill be di str bi o the offices ofj
the rcecorder', sc;tar the Graduate
School, andl the 411.nilmr session, where
theoy lmay 1'b&W ob Jia di bystudents 1)e-
;lniln ittoday tt i~ilnounced yes-
terdlay by Dean Edward Hf. Kraus, of
tihe Sunmmer sess ion. The catalogues
will be aaiabefrom the offices of
all of the varion~s' school s by Mon-
Th'le announce nenit lists more than
coo0 courses, giving the summier work
N, the Colleges of Literature, Science
,and the Arts, the Colleges, of Enl1
iee ling and Architecture, Medicail.
scwhool, Law school, the College of
Phar-,acy, College of Dental Surgery,
School of Education, School of Bus-
mness admiinistration, the Graduate
school, the Biological station, hygiene,
public hr-alth, and physical education.
TChere are 260 resident faculty mem-
Hers listed, and 43 non-resident. The,
,,ize of the session for this summer
has been enlarged in every r.-spect!
accordling' to Dean Kraus.
Ini comparison with similar figures,
of this date for previous years, the
attfendlance of the 1927 session will be,
l rgrer th1an that of last year, it was!
said at the office of the Summer ses-
sion, yesterday. Last year there was
a net total of 3,322 students enrolled,
the records show, coming from every
state Sin the United States and from!
1,5 foreign countries.
The catalogue just released gives in!
d Pta il all of the information about the
courses and special work~, being made
11p like the regular announcenfent'
for the fall and winter semesters.
KANSAS.-Starting this spring, all I
fiale class officials will be elected byI

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U. OF M. rEN i4WANTE AS SALESMEN
Tio tra ye] Michtigan nex.t Septembel)r from Se(ptemiber 6 to dlate
college opens. (Longer if you can). Sellcls rings to H igh Srh~ool
C,:sas Car necessary. Our linee most beautiful. Prices r igh1t.
cii with pleasintg OPleilrailce,aniu to earn money to help)
Inance ("Alege expenses, will final tuts work pleasant, andl exceed-
bil, y lproftale. We also neced me~n for other states. Write for
fll! details, stating home address, and territory (counties) near your
home you could work for three or four weeks inl September. Wtae
arc now signing up mhen for a]l1 territories. Write at once.
BA.SIlXN BROS. ('0. ,

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Exclu!sIvely 1Designed
W i; 'ltrou :e & Hardy ,Slhoes for Mien
l'ertiuaintly on D~isplay
GUYIWOOLFOLK
Exlsie&at adPat.n

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A. C. 70ahon, left voiceless by an.
operation in which his entire larynx
was remiove.d, is showr "talking" over
the radio at an Atlanta, Ga., broad-
casting station by rneans of a newly
perfected dlevice, an "artificial throat."
PREFER NOT TO
Automobile insurance companies
considler the women student diriver
a miuch better risk{ than the man who
drlivyes, according to a quest ionaire fill-
edl out recently by more than 50 such
companies. The answers indicate that
these firms prefer, as a rule, not to
insure college students at all. In
speaking of college men as drivers,
several companies said that a college
min's driving is characterized by a
"perilous recklessness."

!'AT THE DETROIT THEATERS'
A, Mie d f l' li tghiluig Sue ap
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The Play that put U in Iluznior
Bonstelle Playhopise
IWootw and at Eliot
It's Not a Thinkinig Show This
Easy Come, Easy Go
It's Not For Rtuiiiiation {
j But LXurey for C achinations

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xL Designed and Sold Only by
NHITEHO.USE & HlARDY.
BROAD)WAYxT 4TH STREET '144 WEST42ND STEE
METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KONICIERBOCKER BUILDING
84 BIZOADWAY-AT WALtL STREET .
PHILADELPHIA- 1511 CHESTNUT STREET

It is very convenient at times to be able to run in
to our store between) classes or on your way to or
from the campus and find candy, tobacco, maga-
zines, and many, other things which you may have
occasion to want.

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LAST TIMES. TODAY

MUCFADDWMS .FLATS
A Cornerstone of Comedy

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WHEN IZZY GETS GOING YOU'LL LAUGH
CONTINUOUSLY!

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COI.LEGE1 MEN AND WOMEN t
When in the vicinity of State and Packard, will find the
PACKARD RESTAURANT, American cooking, a good place
to eat. Under new management, and everything else new.
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(Acclaimed a Comedy Masterpiece)
rayirn crobats!

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You'll hive,: the time of your life when these

two great comedians get 'together.

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didn't know what the payn teller looked like. Follow
them from their hods of briers to wads of dough ; from an
East Side dive to Riverside Drive.

C AMPUS -is the pre-
vailing style this

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that become so well tivo
outh' still in his 'teens
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dresse#rs, at every great
University throughout

America-It is the style
you will see at Michi-
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Campus is strictly col-
legiate from collar-to cuff
-buttons widely spaced
-short clover leaf lapels
Collegiate Suits

twenties.
Herringbone stripes and
chevron stripe;, pencil
stripes and ch, k stripes,
Glenn Urquardt plaids
and Tipperary twists give
you plenty of latitude for
selection.
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