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25, 1928. _

THE MICHIGAN DATLY

PROMENT MEXICAN
PMITWILL LECTURE HERE
Josc Vasconcelos, former sinister
of education and prominent figure in
Mexican political and educational cir-
cles, will lecture on "Mexico and the
United States," Monday at 4:15 o'clock
in the Natural Science auditorium. Mr.
Vasconcelos was -the founder of the
educational system in Mexico which
was the product of the recent revolu-
ion there, and which has made con-
giderable inroads in the illiteracy
formerly so prevalent in that country.
Until recently, Mr. Vasconcelos had
been a staunch follower of the present
regime in Mexico, but he is now known
to be distinctly opposed to the gov-
ernncittal policies of Calles and Obre-
gon. Last year, just before going to
Europe, he publicly denounced their
regime and announced his own efidi-
dacy for the presidential chair in the
coming national elections. Ie is re-
ptr(Ied as one of the foremost educa-
tional and political leaders of the day
4 by the younger intellectual group of,
Latin Americans.
At the present time, Mr. Vasconce-
los is lteaching Mexican history and
civilization at the University of Chi-
cago. He is also the author of a num-
ber of books and essays on Mexico
and her manifold problems.
HAROLD LLOY
NOTICE
Openings fcr a few more members in the
STAR TOUR
have occurred. Thiseis a Personally Con-
ducd Tour where second class rail, -good
hotels, auto and carriage trips, admissions
to galleries and museums, services of guides
and transportation of baggage is included.
60 DAYS - ONLY $635
Nine countries visited. Leave June 9 or 23.
Local people already booked.
Sightseeing, 'Automobile Tours and Meals
beginthe first day at Montreal, where three
incals are included. The next day, five hours
at Quebec, then Liverpool, Chester, London
live days, Brussels, Hague, Amsterdam,
steamer down the Rhine, Wiesbaden, Ieidel-
berg,Lucerne, Interlaken, Montreux: Zurich,
N unich, Salzburg, Vienna, Nuremberg,
Leipzig, Dresden, Berlin, Cologne, Paris five
days, then to Montreal or New York. Italy
may be included if desired.
This is an ideal tor, being ably conducted,
affording comfortable accommodationsand
especially congenial surroundings at a nin-
imn cost. Better hotels andmore private
rides than usual. lit this Escorted Group,
travel is accomplished without responsibility.
List of hotels and folders by applying to
Phone 6412
Agent for All Steamship Lines to Europe,
Orient, Up the Lakes, Tours to
"_ " Yellowstone, New York, etc.
,Over 1,00c .to (oNoose".From"
E. G. KUEBLER
STEAMSHIP AGENCY
601 E. Huron St. Ann Arbot

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JAPANESE STI'DU NTS FOUND
GREEK LETTER FRATERNITY
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON-
Japanese students here have organiz-
ed* a greek letter fraternity on the
campus. Psi Lambda Phi, as it is
called, is believed to be the first one
of its kind in the United States. One
of its aims is to promote a better un-
derstanding between American and
Japanese students.
TENTH OF TUDENT )ODY
TO WIN ACADEMIC HONORS
ILLINOIS-The upper three per
cent of each undergraduate class here
will henceforth receive mention for
superior scholarship. One tenth of
the student body, about one thousand
men and women, will gain recognition
at the annual Honor's Day program
MARD LLOYD0
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to be held here shortly.
YEARBOOK1 WILL NOT BE
EDITED FOR TWO YEARS
MINNESOTA-As a result of the ac-
tion of the all-University council in
changing the Gopher, the college an-
nual, from a junior to a senior class
publication, this year's edition will be
the last to appear here for two years.

DELUXE MOTOR COACHES
Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, Toledo
Terminals-Ann Arbor, City Pharmacy
Ypsilanti. Huron Hotel
Toledo, Interurban Station
$1.25 one way, $2.25 round trip
Leave Ann Arbor Leave Toledo

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4 P. M. 8 P. M.
Stop at Union 5 Minutes later
THE BLUE BIRD
Phone 9870,

8 A.M.
4 P.M.

12 Noon
8 P. M.

COACH LINE,
118 Fourth St.

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UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
CITY GOVERNMENT

RUN
FOR DAY

AKRON UNIVERSITY- Students
here recently ran the city government
for one: day. The day was sponsored
by an Akron paper under the direc-
tion of the head of the department of
political science.
PORTABLE
TYPEWRITERS
Corona, Underwood,
Remington, Royal.
We have all makes.
Some In colored duco finishes.
O. D. MORRILL
17 NIckels Arcade. Phone 6615.

Graduation Gifts
(~of Jewelry
Everyone likes beautiful jewelry.
There are no more welcome grad-
uation gifts than some piece Se-
lected from our large assortment.
Gifts that live
forever
( Carl F. BayI
f jeweler
Nickels Arcade
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CLOT "HE S
Ready-made
And Cut to Order
ESTABLISHED ENGLISH UNIVERSITY
STYLES, TAILORED OVER YOUTHFUL
CHARTS SOLELY FOR DISTINGUISHED
SERVICE IN THE UNITED STATES.
suits 9400 $45, p5O Topcoats
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OUR STORE IS THE

WHETHER it is a baseball game or an exam
knocked for a loop, there is always some joyous
occasion for "Canada Dry." Then whoop her
up with a light-fingered jazz-artist on the ukulele
and "Hail, Hail! The Gang's All Here!" in
close harmony.
"Canada Dry" has a delightful flavor ... tang
to it . . . dryness . . . sparkle. It contains no
capsicum: (red pepper). And because it contains
only pure Jamaica ginger to give it that mild, subtle
taste, it blends well with other beverages.
CNADA DRY
Bleg. U. S. Pat. O01.
"The Champagne of Ginger c.4es"
Extract impoted from Canada and bottled in the U. S. A. by
Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Incorporated, 25 West 43rd Street, New York, N. Y.
In Canada, J. J. McLaughlin Limited. Established 1890.

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The character of the suits and
topcoats tailored by Charter House
will earn your most sincere liking'
J. F. WUerth Co.

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