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'__ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY Tr

EPracEicajokester
Takes Advantage of
ILStudedt Publication
!,TWILLIAMSTOlWN. Mas..Mv 18

Con'rmittee toReplace T Y P E R I T I N t
Hillsdale's President U 19 E 0 G RAP R xG

Randall to Lead Travelers on'
16-Day European Trip
This Summer.
A University of Michigan alumnij
I tour of Scotland, England, Holland,
Germany, and France, to provide
16 days in Europe has been ar-
ranged by the Michigan Alumni
travel bureau, it was announced
yesterday by Fred S. Randall, the
director of the bureau, who will
personally conduct the tour.

YY11111'1Yt, 1V Y Y, lCti,.., ik
-(NSFA)-Flaring headlines in the
Record, campus publication at Wil-
iams college, told- alarmed students
at that school that the "Faculty
Votes to Abolish Gargoyle Society
at Secret Thursday Session." Gar-
goyle is the Williams senior hon-
:r society.
That was news to even the edit-
_rs of the paper, who strove to de-
termine the author of the decep-
tion. They finally agreed that
rcme practical joker intercepted

The tour will leave Montreal July Fhe paper's copy on the way to the
8 on the S.S. "Duchess of Bedford" printeirs and substituted the false
and will arrive in Glasgow on July story.
15. Three days will be spent in
th touring around England and Scot- Many Mothers to Be
land and on July 19 the party will
bureau, reach London. Two days will be Honored at Wisconsin
mpany spent in London and then the tour '-
ropean will prbceed to the Hague, where (Big Ten New s service)
ged by she Peace Palace, the Queen's Pal- MADISON, Wis., May 18.-Moth-
ice, and the Houses of Parliament ers of University of Wisconsin
vill be inspected. students from all over the United
sw" . From the Hague the tourists will States will gather in Madison May
I indi- go to Amsterdam, where they will 20,d21, and 22 for Mothers' Week-
be shown the diamond cutting fac- end.
against ( tory, the "stock exchange and other
lenymg points of interest, and then proceed
favored to Cologne where they will spend- S A L E
t place, two hours in sight-seeing.
ate of After Cologne the itinerary leads All Shades . . $20.00
iing of up the Rhine river to Mayence and SPRING SUITS
taught from there to Paris, where the All Alterations at Cost
in the travelers will spend five days in C. DOUKAS
to act- seeing the Pantheon, the Palace des 1319 South University
ism in Invalides, Notre Dame cathedral,
kly ask Sainte Chapelle, and other spots in
>uld of chartered motor coaches. There will
ed his also be a one-day sightseeing tour
station of Versailles, Malmaison and the
cience." Trianons, by bus.

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is conveniently packed in cases of six 2-quart bottles for home
use and 5-gallon bottles for office use.
PHONE 8270 FOR QUICK SERVICE
We can also supply you with chemically pure distilled water.

Per Page
THESIS TYPING
The
Edwards Letter Shop
711 North University

ARBOR SPRINGS WATER

CO.

Phone 8270

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LOOK!
-DANCERS
Grand Opening
WHITMORE LAKE
DANCE PAVILLION
Near Ann Arbor
SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 21

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FAY KNIGHT
"THE GIRL THAT .SINGS
YOUR BLUES AWAY"

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DANCE BAND $50.00 Worth of Prizes Free!
AS AN ADDED ATTRACTION
Beautiful MISS NEW YORK STATE
WILL APPEAR IN PERSON
Admission, $1.00 Couple Dancing Free, 9 to 2v
WATCH FOR FURTHER ANNOUNCEMENTS

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...wonder why
cigarette advertising generally
avoids this question?

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with KAY

NE of the mysteries in cigarette
advertising has been the apparent
fear of the word "inhale." It seems
rather-foolish-.for everybody inhales-
whether they realize it or not... every
smoker breathes in some part of
the smoke he or she draws out of a
cigarette.
Think, then, how important it is to

dared to raise this vital question ... .
because when you smoke Luckies your
delicate membranes get the protection
no other cigarette affords. All other
methods have been made old-fashioned
by Luckies' famous purifying process.
Luckies created that process. Only
Luckies have it!
Do you inhale? Of course you do!

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