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'SHE MICHIGAN DAILY

I+ltiDAY, MAY 27, 1927

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THE-ICHAN-DILY oI1mo, MY 27-192

STAKERHOE FOMCLUB TO PRESENVTi HUERTA INDICT ED
U LIRHOE r mlSPRING SERENADE,
I. In c('coda ie ', with e e. t he1 ltL31$
AERONAUTIS MEETINGVarsity Glee c]ub xwill l vc itSiil

serene onnelxt 'liesl~y el r;, I
C(oimierelal Aviiation StressedI Ba~ther starting at 7 o'clock. Tbhi will;
TIhaaN liitary FHying; Safer , bethie la st act ivity n i i(clI 1> is
Airplanes iRequeIstedyas miwl tk al
E i Th round i~iwill tblegipart.. iv1
DISCIJSS REMOVAL OF hDrunINt]1 l(llrt,1etS'I'rhouse and xwill include I haLll-
rary. Ihe P residecnt's home, Mart ha
Edward A. Stalker, assistant profes- I gokan lelilNeberry resoler cc-,
sor of aeronautical and marine 0119- besides several sororities.
ineerling, has returned from a confer- IpJT (clb g, v( it s la!t coflecri ofteI
ence of the repre'sentatives of uni- 110ad eason1o 011 ie V 0 Vel!1 I nt
versities presenting courses in aero- Adriani for t he local ixb ceclii .
nautics which was held at Langley iThe s~ooists5 wereYCll. L ii~i orton,
field, Virginia. The leadinginmufac- '27. Rcy(e I'. . Sus~ n.' 2 -fl
turers of airplanes, and 'various aero- Otto .N~h.'2'7, vocaLlists, ad ailt(c1-
nautical bureaus were *-represented,
also. The occasion of .«ie confer- jsal ii.spc. inpi
ence was a. meeting of the govern-I, KANSAS-Five journalism students
mnent's Naltional Advisory Committee on !vehave been namedl inl the ayinuhial schro-{
Aeronautical Research.I
The accenit of the meeting was plac-I larship award of Sigma D~elta Chi, Pro-i
ed on questions relating to comimer-fesoajurlstcraent.
cial aviation rather than on Wilitary ParnzIal detsr
aviation ijs in the past. This change l Pal ronize Daily" Aydheertisprra
interest ini. commercial -aviation which
was aroused by Lindbergh's New TheYokPrsfihal stvengt:
A request was made for research to
eliminate noise in the bodies "of air-
planes. The in-ost important sugges-
t ion was in relation to the develop-r
mnent of safety in thle air. The Gug-"R~
-genheim fund has recently announced .
a cCQWpetition for the production of thef. WWhstyii
safest airplane with very large prizes The
offered. It ,is probable that this re-sac omte iltr t ok THE M
into endeavorsaln this channe~l. - A University f
along.~. *. lg a school
Tphe development of aerial navigation ' ' limnited to 375
was also discussed "at this meeting. visit
fui esge
OREGON-A class in camp cook- '

MEDICAL SOCIETY
TO HOLD DINNER
Dcct ors of Washtenawr county and
Iheir wives will at tend a meeting and
dinner to he held necxt Tuesday night
at the Union by the WFashtenaw
County ledicatl society. Dr. Ca roline
Bartlett Cae of Kalamn.oo will ad-
dr'ess tI hP'50ci(,t en '-leico I Probi
lems As Xliewed ly 1.hw Doctor's
Wife"
Dr. S. L. Lait ev ol\xwill speak( on
"Abrupt io P'lacenta.' with ease report,
durin; the lbusiness Fsessuonof the
meeting, and will be followed biy Dr.
Fr'ederiek A. Col11cr, pi ofessor of sur-
gery, who will speak on ''Observa-t
bons On Some Earopean Clinics.,,
Two alternate delegateto I)thle state
meeting ;At Mackinace island lwill be
elected at this meeting.
1i

I Chanceto Save oney on yourI

SPRING

CLOTHES

We have a few new Spring Topcoats left
and have grouped them in two price groups
f a: your convenience.

.do li e Ia. i:iieria
Former provisional, president of
Mexico, wvho has denied federal
charges against him at ruci(i, Ariz.

JUILLERET'S
30,2 S',oiiht ii( eSt.
Spiecial iils IWeek
Fresh
il it
Orange
LIemion
and
Lonie

A very smart group of lopcoats origin-
ally lallging f rom $3J.00 to $45.00,
now only--

Another exceptionally fine group of coats
Of the finest fabrics and tailoring, that sold
for $60.00 to ;$65.00, now.--
S29*~v

We hlave no old stock of merchandise, but
are giving you the opportunity to save money
11 n new Spring goods.

JND TH WORLD
SEPTEMBER TO MAY
:an four walls when
World and all the Countries
Of the Seven Seas are calling You?
WORLD IS OUR CLASSROOM
for Men. College Courses studied dur-
year around the World. Enrollment
young men, 17 or more years of age.
tZ2 countries. Study under competent
sors and instructors, aboard ship, in
nlands.
Professor Ljinel Crocker

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CAS H
FOR YOUR
OLD'SU ITS
LOVERCOATS
Highest Prices Paid for
DIAMONDS
PHONE AT ONCE
SAM
4306

We have on hand a smart line of ties,
shirts, lounging -robes, pajamas and other
furnishings at--

Also Felt Hats, with small brims and
tapered crown-A variety of shades of
greys and tans-Values ups to $8.00, now

2000 discount

-Cllege Cruise S'tudents at
,Kamakura, Japan

i Represeuilative
University Travel Association, Inc.
285 Madison Ave., New York City

A4&Otur Y Ma~q ar,0
608 EAST LIBE'RTYST.

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q. QUIALITY.
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A .Few Tnhings You Will Need
This.Summer
Refrigerators fromn $16.00 to $50.00
Ice Cream Freezers, all kinds
Hammocks from $3.00 to $10.50
Tennis Rackets
Tennis Balls, Wright & Ditson, 50c
Golf Balls, 40c to 7 5c
Cr oquette Sets----$2. 75, $3.00,

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Beautiful Ch'eArlex
inChcvrol tJor

$3.75

Jnol. C. Fischer Co.
rashington Neark1 Xan M~ain Near W~ashingtoni

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A Single Throw of
the 'Red Dice into,
the Lap of Fate
Signalled His Death!.

Lowest PricedCasWihSupremely
Bieautiful FTISHh kB(DIESI!

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Chevrolet is the only car in its price
class offering bodies by Fisher-
built as only Fisher can build, and
styled as low-priced cars were
never styled before!
Bodies by Fisher are everywhere
acknowledged to represent the
highest order of beauty, luxury,
and safety-and :never was the
superiority of Fisher craftsmanship
more evident than in the Most
Beautiful Chevrolet.
Despit~p the lowness of Chevrolet
prices, there is not the slightest
compromise in design, construc-
tion or finish. All embody exactly
the principles employed on the
highest priced cars-a composite

construction of selected hardwood
and steel. All are finished in beauti-J
ful colors of lustrous, lasting Duco.
All are completely appointed -
from coincidental steering and
ignition lock to gasoline gauge.t
Enhancing the inherent beauty of
the bodies themselves are numer-
ous features of distinction previ-
ously considered exclusive to the
costliest cars--features typified by
heavy full-crown, one-piece fend-
ers and bullet-type headlamps.
Only the economies of Chevrolet's
great volume production make.
possible such quality at Chevrolet
prices-value so outstanding that
comparisons cease to exist. Come
in for a demonstration?

The Coupeo $625,
The Sedan 695
The Sport 715
Cabriolet
The Landau 745
The Imperial 780
Landau-
The Touring 52
or Roadster
1-Ton Truck 495
(Chassis Only)
%.Ton Truck 395
AllPries~o. b.Pliae, Mich.
Balloon tires standard
equipment, on .1.1models
CheckChevrolet
Delivered Prices ,
7They include the lowras
handling and financn
chasrgesa ailabls.

Uniersty hevrolet Sales

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