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April 19, 1928 - Image 2

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THlE MICHIGA\N DALY T HURSDAY.

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BISHOP ENDS DUTIES
AT VATICAN LIBRARYj

Word1( has been received fromiitWil-
'' liaim W. Bishop. head of the Univers-
;:.:.: ::ity librarvy, that the. work which hie
adl his party had plannled to do at
."ti' s'' ;the V atican library inr Roane is now
so wxeli organized that hie sailed tromi
Naples on April 14. Bi.iishop wl
arrive on the "Duilio" in New' York
{ on April 21. arriving in Ann Arbor a~
few (lays later.
!Three of the men appointed to re-
vise the Vatican library will ren;'alin
in Rome for at least two months.
llese include Messrs. H-ansom, Mar-
tel, and Randall. They will be as-
sistedi by Mr. Lord of the American,
E Academrrj' Lil: rary, Pr. Baumgarten.
an Anaicjanr priest who has lived ii
Rome for the peast ten years, and
Mgr. B enedetti and Prof. Scalia, have
returned to Rome after spending six
months at the Library of Congress
Dr. W 1).Harkns Iin Washington, D. C. A new eata-
1)1 I) ~dlililoging room has been fitted up for
Professor of physical chemistry at the use of the party.
the~~~~~~~~ UnfriyofCiao.hsbe Bishop has been appuinted a
the nivrsit . f Chcag, ha benimember of the Advisory Cominittee
awarded the Willord Gibbs gold med- on the League of Nations library, for
al for' 1928 . Announcem~nr4t of the a- w.hich John D.; Rockefeller recently
ward, a majoir honor in' American donated. $2,000,000.
chemistry, was made here today by
the American Chemical society at the CLASSIFIED
opening of its seventy-fifth meeting.I ADS PAY'

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March 8, 1928.;
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Ford Coupe
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THURSDAY
FRIDAY
and
SATURDAY
(This Week)

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7

THOUSAND DOLLARS

Are Speci al Days, at
Our Store
We are going to give a "REAL T HREE-DAY SPECIAL."' This,
we are able to do through a special -purchase from our manufac-
turer at this time, of suits worth $10 to $15 more than we regu-
larly have to pay for them and what we're going to ask for them.

We are going to give
when purchasing one
placed in one lot

you this benefit Friday and Saturd'a'y (only)
of these newest spring suits which we have
AT

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Extra Trousers
$5.00

Extra Trousers

SEE THEM_ IN OUR WINDOWS

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