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S ED fWontinued rom. Page One)'
sor Prayer sai, "Rather than con-
demn France for her occupation ofj
the Ruhr, we should pity her and,
with her bemcan~ the fact that it wasl
necessary for her to seize the coal
lands of Germany. Germany 'refused
to pay heer indemnity, and, sino?,
fFrance has spent immense sums of
money in reconstruction and in penl-
sions, she, needs money.. England
and America would, not guaran~tee her
protection and she was forced =to seize
the Ruhr. England was luke warns
on the subject of German reparations,
for she has the German navy, her ma-
rine and her colonies, all in fact that
shie wants, but France with her back
to the wall faces the Spectre of a Ger-
many ever increasingIz n strength and
population, and with that will grow
a terrible hate for France. What is
uppermost in France's mind ;Js that
'it must not happen again."Gemn HPa
IThe great danger today according
to Mr. Prayer is that Germany, with
her rapidly increasing population will
Ioutstrip France which she certainly
m iust and will fight a war of revenge.
"Germany will pay, her indemnity,"

F~rance what she owes, bunt in the endl
said Professor Frayer, "she will pay
she will be the conqueror, and France
will be the conquered."
Professor John R. Brumm of the de-
partmnent of Journalism will speak at
4 o'clock. this afternoon on the sub-
ject "The News and the Citizen, and
at, 8 o'clock Dean Hugh Cabot of the~
medical school will speak on "The
Safety of Surgical Operations". Botk
lectures wil be in the Natural Science
auditorium.

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Slop of olcno, t. tnaaken just before the eruptiona slio'ing one of the villages sice detroyed.. Map shows)
f oo location of M1t. Utna on Nsand of Sicily
Mt. Etn~a continues to belc h for;h rcks; , hes<an] molten lava which, flowing down the mountainside, is'
laying waste forests, vineyards, and llage. Tousands have been forced to, abandon their, homes. For miles
around tfhe crator the country-side is covered with a deep mantle of ashes. The Italian Agovernment is direct-
ing the relief workd.r

WTE WISH to' announce
to the general public;
that we are keeping open
this summer. We solicit,
your patronage.
TUTTLES' 'LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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~M~AJ! UjCALOSES

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The Dashing, Sparkling Comedy by Mark (onnell3
an,1d George Kaufman
"TO 'THE. LAIES

'OR REN'T-Cool, comfortable,; single
and double room in private family
or Summer School and Commnence-
ent. Phone 2179-3. 2-2
OR ,RENTr-Six-room furnishedI
house for Summer Monthis. $45 per
onth. 1140 Forest Ave., phone 2517-
2-2
'OR RENT--Cool p lesant rooms for
girls for Suinier. Session and next
pear-- Sleeping porch. Close to cam-
pus. East of the WTashitenaw Ave.,
1233 Volland. Phone 2482-M1. 4c

Iire S, OPPORT UNITY I
We requirve the services of a' few
br1;ght young wo'nen students who
can devote twvo or throee ours daily to
sp cial salecs work am11ong students.
The work is dig niiiedl, pleasant and
,will pa y from $15 to $30pe week._
The requtiremecnt~ are honesty, pleas-
ing persaaity, and1 a wide acquaint-
ance among girl studeonts; some prev-
ionts selling experience masy'be help-
ful, buit is not essential.
Sell1 us your services.
A. MT. YOUNG & CO., Inc.,
Kalamazoo, Mich. 4c
Largeost retu-rns for' summer work,
with firm n buhtsiness 36 years..Op..
Ixr u~t o e m n n o netion1. Stop in or 'write Robert M.
Grridley, 1112 First National Bank
7;ldg., Detroit. 1-6

The 2-Cylinder, 2 H.P.0
OUTBOARD MOTOR, that
WEIGHS Pounds
ONrLY JJComplete
As easy to carry as a pair of oars. The
whole family can use and enjoy it. Takes
apart quickly for packing, in handy suit case.
Slides under Pullman seat. Requires no
batteries.' Has built-in Quick Action Mag-
neto, Real Float Feed; Carburetor, Spark '
and Throttle Control, Instant Reverse, Uni- '
versal Steering and other exclusive features.

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T- Rooms $2 to $3.
n1 Place. 2397-17.

433
4p-2

FOR R~ENT-3 Room furnished apart-
ment. Pour blocks from campus..
Call 1706-J. ' 4c.
FOR RENT-Front light housekeeping
suite furnished. Phone 2807-J. 4p
FOR~ RENT-Furnished tower duplex.
Four rooms, bath and screened-in
porch. Strictly first class. Phone
2458-J. 4
F'OR RENT-Nice cool single or doub-
le rooms. 204 No. Ingalls. 2044~-R.
4p
FOR REN'T-Rooms- double, single,
and suite. Call 1564-J, 427 Thomp-
son. 4c
FOR RENT-Large front room, withi
~closet, for students or business pco-
ple, 1127 Church St. Phone 2951-M.
4p
F~OR RENT-Large front room, close
to campus and Union. Men students
preferred. Call 269-W. 4p
GARAGE FOR RENT-1113 Michigan.Poe27-.43
FOR RENT- Cottago at Whitmore,
south shore. Phone 2807-J. 4p
WANTED
WANTED - At University Hospital,
students to work for board in Din-
ing room. anid at porter woirk. Ap-
ply Housekeeping Office.- c-
WANTED - Students laundry wiorkl.
Will call for and deliver. Phone,
3034-M. 123 Chapin.4p j
WANTED-A young mnan to wvork: for
either room or board or both. Phon:e
248-R. 1106AWashtenaw, 4ci

B:ie.Sure
to, See
the FqUl-Page
Advertisement of the
Johnson Motor
in this Week's Issue of'

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FOR ^SALE
1 OR SAL!>- 1n1, ForrRoadster.
Miust sel imme d'Iately as owner is
leaving town. Car is equipped with
tarte demountable rims and is in
good sLiap e, Well sell cheap for
quick sale. Call. Christie, _960' or
1 80-M. ,4c
FOR SALEHousehold goods includ-
ing small refrigerator, ,rockers,
screens, tabile, couch covers, pic-
ture- fruitcan, and crating. Call
a51TopcnSt. 4p
FOR SALE- Ford Touring. Phone
131. 1015 Chiurch St. 4p

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Saturday Evening. Po s~t
Come in and let us give you, a demonstra-
tion of this remarkable light-weight motor.
SCHLENKER'S H ARD WARE
213 West Liberty St.

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11,0" -Small black address book and
diary with sumn of pioney between
leavei s. Namne in book, E. L. Young.
Lost in Winm. L. Clements Library or
on stre;et Wed 'nesday, June 13th. Find-
er liberall--y(rewarded. Telephone Mrs.
F. C. Wheat. 741. 2p-2

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NOW SHOWING.
First Time Ever Shown in Screen Form
DAVID BELASCO'S
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StARTING WEDNESDAY
FOR, Fb1 R °DAYS

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A Light ,Breezy Story of Our Most
Fashionable Bathing Resorts

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Tyipewriters of standard makes
bouight, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleanied and repaired.
0.A1), MORRILL
17 Njikels r m3de Phone 1718
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MG~ISCELLANEOUS
E, NIIMATON 31'.,,1E, Teacher of
Violin, )Piano, and harny (on fac-
ulay of the Detroit Conserv atory ofj
Mus ic) will ta.ke pupzTils through the
summer at 307 N . -Main St. Phone

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WONDER CAST
SThe play that Belasco gave to the stage; that Caruso immortalized
in operatic form; and which afterward was recorded as one of
Ethe greatest literary successes.
STAGED? AND PLAYED IN BRILIANT MANNER

AGNES
~Raider"

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IT'S 8SO GOOD YOU WILL ENJOY1
THROUGH THlE SECOND TIME.

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