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Harding Memorial Planned

4THE FILES
EARS AGO TODAY
Burton plans to give four
hie first week of school
different classes, fresh-
pore, junior, and senior,
,uspices of the Michigan
tiese receptions opportun-
given to meet the new
to has expressed a desire
men.
sler, '15E, the famous St..
can first baseman, hasE
tting slump. for the past
nig from the position of
sman in the American
r is now in third place,
:er and Jackson. Instead
5once high average of
w batting at .339.
to Prof. George E. Myers
"tment of industrial edu-
;trial education is attain-
ortance. The legislature
k recently appropriated
.ally for scholarships in
Furthermore, Professor
that he has had five calls
past ten days~ for import-
;in this field, which he
.ble to fill. The course of
ni this field of educatons
.A survey of the cours-
1 the Summier session
a total of 11 various
.ch include all branches
Hlobart, assistant dean of
rned Saturday from New
ere she has been attend-
tion and personnel con-
r the auspices of the Bur-
ional Information.
tping, field secretary of
association, organized a
fMichigan club recently

L ASSIFIE
9 PY. ADVERTISING 9PM

DANCE at Nikles' Arcade Dance Hall,
Tuesday, umy 28. Music by Wolver-:
me Aces. Dancing 9-2. Faxors. Bill!
$1.00.E1
FOR SALE-Ford roadster, 1925, B3al-
1lcons,' motorneter, speedometer,jI
bumpers, etc. $250 cash. CallI{
22160, 802 Monroe. I
FOIL RENT 1
FOR RENT-To upper class. girls, two i
furnished front single rooms in pri-
vate home three, blocks from cam-
pus. No other students. Dial 5421.l
FOR RENT- For scho3lyertw
yatonicely furnished rooms. Steam heat,
no other roomers, reasonable rent.
Phone 5035.
WANTEDI

7AC

Good News!

September Records are out
--come in and hear, them:
Pretty Mary Ann
Ogle Smlle.
Cliff iEdwi'cls
Shado~s con the Wall
are You Norry ?
Lee Morse and Orcli stra
and eight fox. trots that
dance to every mood of
summer evenings:
Collegiate
Dusing ll~e Donkey
Beside the Silvery Sitan
No Other
Holley, 11111iil Lode 1Wi11 You
"L-ifelme IDreamis
PERFECT Rec'ords, 50c
Comn Music Shop,

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Increased Go&x
Will means ins
creased Profits.
You can find nci
m o r e effective
way of keeping
customers sole
than by makin;
Long Distance
c all s betweei
sales men'
visits.

Construction of the national memorial to Warren G. Harding at Mariohi
0., wvill be begun shortly. This design, the_ work of. Henry Hornbostel
and Eric Wood of Pittsburgh, has been accepted by the memiorial associa-
tion. At right is one of the last photos of the late president. At left
is the vault in Marion in which the body now rests.

A JUNIOR Student wants a suite ofI
rooms this cominig fall in a private
family, near the campus, preferably. )e
Give details. Boxz 4, , Daily.
WANTED-Law student wants single'
o double stit near campus for mn er rvt aiype
ISferable. Addrsess, Box 108, Daily.
Read the 4ant Adsl

GOLDSMITH AND TSENG
I. D Goldsmith upset, the dope in
the campus tennis tournament by de-
feating K. G. Moore 6-1, 8-6, thereby
qualifying for the semi-finals. This
victory marks Goldsmith as a ,logical
contender in the finals.
Also in this round Tseng beat Ep-
stein in .three -hard-fought sets, 6-1,
11-13, 7-5, and W hitner- won from
Smith 6-2; 6-3. Fernande and Berg-
man have yet to play their match.
Besides Fernandez and Rosales, ec-
Intosh and Gill have qualified for the
finals of the doubles, the latter -team
defeating Logan and Whitener 3-6,
6-4, 6-4.

Many" Report At
Health 'Service
More students are reporting" to the
Uhiiversity Health service for physical
examinations this, summer than in
any previous Summer session, accord-
ing to Dr. Warren Feorsythe of the
Healthf service; staff.
Dr. Forsythe attributes the increas-
ed number of physical examinations
to the influence of Miss Mabel Bragg's,
course in. "Methods of Health Teach-
ing in Schools,"
Naples, July 27.- Senator Giulio De-.
petra, 85 years old, and for many years
director of the Naples museumi s dead
at 85. He was famous as an archeol-
ogist.

Add Long Distance
to Your Selling
Force

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_ Kitchen open for inspection at all times.I

;MICHIGAN BE'
TELEPHONE C

ly Nite.

Our Bargain counters
~Ai4 S ts h o u de of interest to
miner School Teachers and Stu-
Its.a . 0 . New additions daily.

VWhatever your ""Choice off a Career," college training has increased
your economic 'value, and 'whatever. business or profession you enter,
adequate life insurance is a proper self-appraisal of your powers in that
direction.
The traditions, practices, and financial. strength of the JOHN HIANCOCC
Mutual Life Insurance Company are such that a college man can take
especial pride in having a John Hancock policy on his life. It is also
a distinct asset from the start. It iwill pay you to buy it; and later ona,
should you think of joining the field corps of tI~is company., it wvill also
pay you to sell John Hancock policies. Our representatives will tell you
just how, and assist you in selecting both your career and your insurance.
e4ddress e4gency 'Department;-

XVX HIR 'S UNIVERSITY
BOK STOR E

T1 e Lone SuAftvi vor

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drink of
Will not clog or
gum the point
and makes the
best pen write
better.

Sixty-one Years in Business
Now insuring One Billion Sevewn
Hundred Million Dollars in t:
policies on 3,250,000 lives

r LIFE 11 SURANCE COMPAN
OF BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS

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Lntan pens -now sup-
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3L success.
Sheaffer Lifetim% Pert'
at it in your collection.
the pens you have ever
will be the lone survivor.

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he first, last and only cost is
Vou buy it:. Then your fours-.
n purchasing is over because
etime nib is unconditionally
eed forever.

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