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PRESIWENT IS PRINCIPAL SPEAKER AT OPENING
oF' FIRST MICHIGAN BOY'S BOARDING SCHOOL-

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dormitory which will embody the
latest ideas in dormitory planning of
having living quarters for a married
master inicluded at either end.
In securing a headmaster for the
hew school, a committee of which
Prof. Morris P. Tilley of the Universi-
ty was chairman, made a countrywide
search for a man of the necessary
qualifications. After a year of care,-
ful consideration, Dr. William O. Ste-
vens, at the time headmaster of the
Roger Ascham, school in White Plains,!
N. Y., was chosen headmaster of the
Cranbrook School. His resignation of
the former position and the taking,
over of his new responsibilities be-
came effective Feb. 4 of this year.
Dr. Stevens is eminently qualifiedE
for his position as headmaster of the

Cranbrook school. He is a notable
figure in the school world, represent-
ing the fifth generation of his family
engaged in religious and secular cdlu-
cation. Glraduating from Colby Col-
lege in 1899, he took his Ph. D. at
Yale in 1903. From Yale he went to
Annapolis where for 20 years he was
a member of the Naval Academy Eng-
lish faculty, most of the time being
senior professor and executive of the
departent. In 1924 he accepted the
headmastership (If the Roger Aschamn
school.
Dr. Stevens is a man of versatility
in addition to his educational attain-
ments. In college he was -a track anti
tennis star, and is nova an artist of
considerable ability in p~astel por'-
traiture and ini pen-and- ink sketch-
ing. Hie is also a prolific author.
having written hum or, verse, juvenilQ

fiction, and history. lie has b~een a Valley Ranch school in Wyoming. An-
contributor to Youth's Companion anti :ether mlan on the present Cranbrook,
int. Nicholas as well as to the At-° faculty is also from the Talley Rancd
'.~Intic Monthly, the Yale Review, and whool, as well as men, from' the?
other adult publications. Stormi King and Riverdale schools, C
Tyr. Stevens has surrounded himnself bothon the Hudson River."
with an unusually .trong faculty4 Speaking for the faculty and for !I
cambaining b)oth eastern and western himself, Dr. Stevens has said: "Cran-t
!'ifluences. St. Paul's at Garden Cit y, brook School is not to be 'just another
Long Island has sent two men; S. prep school' through which boys can:
Mark's, another well-known eastern e shoe-horned into college for a
sc'hool has sent. Herbert Snyder, wiho ; pri('e." College preparation will b)e
.as also, served as head masteri of th10 emphasized, but "it will be the main

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purpose of Cranbrook school to stim- be distinctly progressive, but by noI
ulate new interests, develop latent means radical. Assurance ha.s beenl
talents, and to emphasize the values given thiat boys who go to Cranbrook1
of life that are not measured in school Neill not be regarded as con-
tons andl dollars." The school will venient laboratory animals on whom

novecls nmayr7Tc Irigid out at the ex-
penlse o: their prepatration for col-
While the boys are at the school,
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Lest You- forget-See to It Now
It is not to soon to see to the matter of your
The sample books are ready and we are wvaiting to take your order-
All work guaranteed.
PLEASE COME EARLY

LANDED LIKE LINDBERG
GENE BUCK'S
New M~usic it Comedy

Special Sunday Chicken Dinner
alo lloiis Steaks
You always find service, quality food, and
refinement at the
ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT
215 S. Main Plhone 21633

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'fu.Mos i- rctenf ious lh iiaComedy Scheduled
for' the A ew York Season, with
WILL MAHON EY, TRINM
Ajid it Brilliant Cast

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Wo Tuld You Marry a Chorus Girl?
Does It Pay to be a Spitfire?

6 T.HE SMOKERAN HIWY'
CIGA RS--The Critical smoker can taste she difference but when buying is he advised correctly?
CIGARETTES-I135 different brands. "If it smnokes we have it." Party cigarettes a specialty.
PIPES-H eadquadu es for them. Ask a pipe smoker who has the largest assortment in Ann Arbor.
LIGH-TRS-A light without a match- the kind you want -We have theme all.
3-Stores of Service----3
113 S. Univ. UNITED CIGAR STORE AGENCIES Downtow
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Myron C. Fagan's Greatest Comedy

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