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July 21, 1925 - Image 3

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THE SUMMER MICHIGAN DAILY

Cor Victory
Close Ca reer

1 "Education is a quest for quality," mer medical course completed, work
said President Marion L. Burton, in that department is going on stead-
speaking before the Women's Educa- ily. Most of the students are now
tional club. Quantity and quality are working in bacteriology, anatomy,
not mutually exclusive term's, said phiysiology, pharmacology and path-
President Burton. He pointed out that ology.
specialization in a particular field and!--
concentration on one subject is apt to According t6 Kenneth N. Wester-
make one lose the symmetry of life ,
There is no such thing as luck in the
world and it is eager to pay tribute concerts,~the Choral Union this sum-
to one who engages in quest for qual- mer is larger and is accomplishing
ity, he said. greater results than in any previous
summer. So far there are 70 voices
While engaged in a friendly box- enlisted, and before admission ceases,
lug match with Paul O. Tucker, '16,;i e that 100 persons will
yesterday afternoon in the gymnas- 1 taking part.
ium, Walter L McKenzie '15L, mis-
judged one of his opponent's left jabs Lisbon, July 20.-The Senate Satur-
and as a result received a broken rib.( day voted confidence, 28 to 10, in the
Dr. May set the fracture, and McKen- ministry headed by Premier Antonio
sie is not expected to suffer any ser- da Silva. This means the cainet's
ions consequences as a result of the resignation, offered Friday after a
blow. non-confidence, vote by the Chamber
fo Deputies, may not become effec-
With nearly four weeks of the sum- tive.

WOfEY'S TENNIS TOUIITNA-
MENT
First round matches in the wo-
men's summer tennis tourna-
ments must be played off at once
in order that the second round
games may begin. A schedule
of the drawings is posted in
Barbour gymnasium.

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SANDWICHES AND FOUNTAIN SERVICE
This department under new management
Kitchen open for inspection at all times.

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your economic evalue, and whatever business or profession you enter,
'adequate life insurance is a proper self-appraisal offyourypowers in that
direction.
The traditions,practices, and financial strength of the JOHN HANCOCK
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especial pride in having a John Hancock policy on his life. It is also
a distinct asset from the start. It will pay you to buy it; and later on,
should you think of joining the field corps of this company, it will also
pay you to sell ,john Hancock policies. Our representatives will tell you
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4dress cAgency'Department

Cl arence Darrow wants to crown
his long and distinguished legal car-
eer with a victory in the Scopes trial
in Dayton, Tenn. "I'll be content to
retire then," he says. Observers aver
that the veteran of several score great
court battles is making his most im-
pressive speeches in the Tennessee
courtroom. This is his latest photo,
taken during a lull in the "ape triaL"

Each garment sent to the
Varsity Laundry is laundered
with a personal interest.
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Both Carl Johnson and "Duke"
Dunne won places on the 1920 olym-
pic squad in the recent tryouts. The
team will leave July 27 for Antwerp
where the international games will
be playe4.
Butler got sixth in the 440, but was
not chosen. Hart, the flash sprinterI
in the 100, also ran in hard luck;
he ran against Paddock, Hays, and
Woodring, all three of whom made
the team.

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