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1923

Number 124

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re:
in the Public schools and the
R. C. Hussey, scheduled for 2 and
)f, August 10, will be held at the cor-
3, in the Auditorium . of the Natural

EDWARD H. KRAUS.

* Daily. t Daily except Sunday. s Sunday only. a Monday,
Thursday, Saturady. b Tuesday, Thursday, Satuprday.
Convenient and dependable connections at Toledok with all Hnes
diverging. Northbound trains connect with Grand Trunk, Michigan
Central, Pere Marquette, and G. R. and I. for all principal destinations
in lower and upper peninsula of Michigan.
TRY IT ON YOUR NEXT TRIP
H. A. MILLS, Commercial Agent, Ann Arbor, Mich.
I WHITE SWAN LAUNDRY CO.

amer Session records sent to
ake immediate application to
they are registered, in order

or.

T. E.RANKIN.

eight weeks
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Launderers, Cleaners

Time ok Examination
.............Friday .........................10-12
.............Thursday ...................... 8-10
............ .Wednesday .................... 2- 4
.Thursday ...................... 4- 6
.............Friday......................8-10
............ .Friday ......................... 2- 4
............ .Thursday.................... 2- 4
..............Wednesday.................. 4- 6
..............Thursday...................10-12
.Friday......................4- 6
tinue to meet regularly until Wednesday noon,

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Cents' Suits.........$1.25
Ladies' Suits........$1.50 up

Left to right: Senators Ralph. H. Cameron, Arizona; Oeorge H.
'Nw Hanipsire; Seldom P. Spencer, Missouri

Moses,

ONE DAY SERVICE ON RE(
PHONE 165

President Coolidge held'his
he met Senators Cameron, Moses
House in the New Willard hotel.
cussed.

first conference with senate leaders when
and Spencer at the temporary White
Matters of current importance were dis-

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E. H. KRAUS.

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s and Grounds' Department has at present a certain amount
g wood at some of the construction jobs on the campus
d on application to the Department, first come, first served.
riven the kindling must provide themselves for hauling it

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E. C. PARDON, Superintendent,
Buildings and Grounds. Dept.

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A BAG OF Mac Gregor Clubs WILL GIVE YOU
CONFIDENCE AND IMPROVE YOUR GAME.

ecting to complete ,(during this Summer Session) the re-
r degrees or for teachers' diplomas are requested to call at.
,he School or College R1 which they are enrolled and fill out
blanks preparatory to the payment of the diploma fees to
Treasurer.
EDWARD H. KRAUS.

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esday at 7 o'clock at the corner of State Street
venue.

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AUBREY TEALDI.

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in their possession books drawn from the University Li-
at such books are due, August 13, on account of the
the Summer Session.
WM. W. BISHOP.
Librarian.

tMajestic -Dorothy Dalton in
"The Law of the Lawless.
Wuerth-Glady Walton in "Saw-
dust,' and an all-star cast in
"Counterfeit Love."
Orpheum-Jane Novak in "Col-
leen of the Pines," and Stan
Laurel in "Mud and Sand."
Stage-This Week I
Garrick (Detroit) - The Bon-
stelle company in "Sauce for
the Gander."
Chief O'Brien Returns
Chief Thomas O'Brien of the Ann
Arbor police force resumed his duties
after a 15 day vacation, yesterday.
THE BOBBED HAIR
HAS GOT TO GO
Latest in hair goodsfor
dressing up the bob.
Fnet quality three sep-
arate stem switches $5.00

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TO SQUAD

year. Two men who won their letters
at this position last year, Neisch and
Curran, will be back however. Both
men got into several games last year
Neisch particularly and it is possible
that they may show development this.
fall into real Conference ability. Sev-
eral other men are sure to make a
bid for the end positions the most
likely looking being "Dutch" Marion
of the 1926 yearlings. Marion is a
former W. and J. man and has had
some experience playing college foot-
ball so that he should give both
Neisch and Curran a run for , their l
money.
Besides the Varsity men returning
for early practice the list includes the
following members of the reserve and
freshman squads of last season: Amos;
Babcock, Baker, Brown, Cedargroom,
Donnelly, Doyle, Goebel, Gillingham,
Nawkins, Heath, Hernstein, Heston,
Hindos, Ingle, Kooning, Kriger, Ku-
now, Marion, Meier, Miller, Mills, A.
B. Quirk, Ross, Parker, Stafford, Wall
Wetzel, Welling, Whinery, Wither-
spoon, Rockwell, Dewey, Grube, Math-
ieson, Mote, Palmer, and R. Vick.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.
No Lectures'
No Written Work
At Babson Institute they make a
business of teaching business to
college trained men who wishato
fill positions of responsibility and
and trust without spending years at
routine work.
Standard office equipment through-
out, No classes or lectures, but a
business schedule of work from 8:30
to 5:00 o'clock, including daily con-
ferences directed by men with years
ofrbusiness experience, and discus-
sions with active factory and office
executives at their plants. This re-
moves the instruction from thehypo-
thetical stage and helps the student
to look at things in the same light as
a man actually engaged in business.
Babson Institute,' an educational in-
stitution endowed for the purpose of
fitting men for executive responsi-
bilities, invites you to send for the
booklet, "Training for Business
Leadership." Write today.
Babson Institute
Wellesley Hills, Suburb of) Mass.

Stoddard Hair
707 N. University

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take a good man
rst evelen. Swan,
years ago, ,vill
lake a strong bid

SUPERFLUOUS
FACIAL HAIR S
Removed Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
Electro-Cosmetic Service
224 Nickel's Arcade
VISIT historie
CHICAGO AND M4OI'iOE PIKCES
Gatekway to Irish Hills
CHICKEN DINNER. ETC
Farmers & Mechanics
Bank
- TWO OFFICES-
to1-105 5. Main St. $30 S. State st
Nickel's Arcade

Published in
the interest of Elec.
Weial Development hy
an Institution that will
'he helped 2Zi what-
ev~er helps the
Industry.

Cake'Eater
-model of 1900
He - was called dude and dandy
then, but you recognize the type.
He majored in haberdashery and
took his degree with honors in
soxology.
As if that were not enough, he
evolved some variations on the cake
walk which made them stare.
He even found time to develop a
remarkable proficiency on the tandem
bicycle, and on Saturday nights he
was good enough to bring pleasure
into Another's life by wheeling away
to the "Ten-Twent-Thirt."
To crowd all this into four short
years would seem enough for any
mortal.. Yet in spite of his attain"
ments there are times, in after life,
when our hero wonders.
The glory of his waistcoats has
long since faded, while his books are
still fresh and clean. Did he perchance
put too much thought into the selec-
tion of his hats and too little in what
went under them?

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