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PAGE si THE MCHIGAN DAILY

SUN'DAY, MAY 27, 1'.23.

SURVEY BY DEAN'S O1FFICE REVEALS SOME
IMPROVEMEINT IN HOUSING CONDITIONS HERE'L
Rooming conditions in Ann Arbor live in approved rooming houses, 1,-
have Improved somewhat during the 914 in fraternities, while 1,463 live in
past year, according to a recent sur- upoe osso t!oe h
vey!au reortmae b Frd B Waraverage cost of men's rooms is ap-
vey nd epot mde y Fed . Whri proximnately $4.86 for single rooms,
assistant dean of students. There is 1$4.02 for double rooms, and $4.55 for
still much to be desired, however, inI suites.
the way of furnishings, crowded con- All of the fraternities on the campus
ditions, poor lighting, and fire haz- were inspected, and it was found that
arils. there had been a. decided improvement
The University attempts, throughI in fraternity housing conditions. Of
regulation -of rooming houses, to in- the total number inspected, only three
sure for the students the provision of were un'tpproved, while 14 were rated
good living accommodations, protec- excellent, 53 received a grade of good,
tion 'against. fire hazard's, and good and 143 fair.

'NOTED EDUCATOR
WILL SPEAK HERE
Jose Vasconcelos, former minister
of education for Mexico, will speak
here tomorrow afternoon at 4:15
o'cock in Natural Science aundtariuin.
on a subject not yet announced. He is
an international authority in history,
language, and political science. 1

Michigan Rings, Pins, Pennants, Pillow
Tops, Stationery and Memory Books
1111 Southit university

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THE MUVSICAL SENSATION YOU HEAVE BEEN

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for all makes of
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I~TING FOR

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bet that your first. visit will not
be your last. With this part-
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We Thank You
for your kind attention, this
year.
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---'the ling of Comedy it his best; IHarold
lIoyd in his long awaited ntew comedy is here
it Iast to sp~reuIad big broad smilile all over
Aim Arbor. Lloyd and laughter are the teamu
s upremle. If you are a p~rofession~al grouch,
here's where you lose your reputationu forever.

-Straight inito the heart of every picture fail
in this burg. You'll grin with aI gurgle when
"Speedy" sets out Ito save old Poop D~illonu front
the villain and win the girlIle traviels like
the wind and there's' no keeping up with the
laughs. A joy-jerked, tickle-tugged trip
through ent, rtaiinent town.

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APPOINTMENTS--A NEW AESOP'S FABLE PARAMOUNT NEWS A NOVELTY MICHIGAN LOCALS ART ANDBEAUTY

MAJESTIC 1OR HESTRA-NICHOLAS FALCOE CONDUCTING

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