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MICHI(

I Dawes Rests In New England

nmer Michigan Daily
members of its staff
joyable way of spend,
is time and practical
in journalism. A few
and women are need-
th the editorial and
taffs. All persons who
sted are requested to
ie Daily offices, Press
Maynard street, any
this week.

UULI Li
J FN

TKWEST CUNT.RY

'1

Led by such professionals as Jim
Barnes -and Jock Hutchinson, and
such amateurs as Chick Evans, Capt.
E. C. Carter, and Opie Read, 300 golf-

You will find a cool quiet Dining
Room and the best of Food at
3TUTrTLE'S
338'Maynard Street Dial 7813

desiring to'enter the tennis
nt must sign up at Barbour
m by Friday, Julya3. There
tournament for beginners
s for advanced players and
n who play tennis at allare'
take part.
. .
.lassifieds
FOR RENT
NT-Rooms: single, double
iites. Also garage. Dial1
422 E. Washington.
. LST
.n Elgin wrist watch, gold
band. R~ward. Call 8443.
old Wahl Eversharp Pen on
niv'ersity between Tappan
,outh University. Finder
return to 1020 South Univer-
dI receive reward.
NOTICE
Light Trucking and Deliv-
Three times weekly be-
Detroit, Jackson and inter-
pointn. Phone 4718.
FOR SALE
Y saxophone. Silver plated:
ide bell gold plated. New a
eks ago. Save $45. 811 E.
22143. John A. Swets.
)URING for sale cheap. 1923,
Call Hagen, Diol 6578.
WANTED)
-Young and healthy men,
ig about 150 lbs. or more as
onors at University Hospital.
:o office of House Physician.

ers will leave Chicago July 30 to in- I
vade'Northwestern United States and
the Canadian Northwest. They will
play the best courses in the terri-
tory covered, the entire trip taking
17 days.
Starting at St. Paul they will play
one after another the courses at Hel-
ena, Spokane, 1lortland, Tacomp, and
'Seattle. The next courses to be play-
ed are the famous Victoria Golf club
and the difficult Colwood club course.
The Victoria club is a seaside course
in a rocky setting; it overlooks the
Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Olym-
pis Mountains in Washington, with
Mt. Baker in the distance.
Colwood is laid out in the midst of
firs and age old cedars. Both courses
are splendid tests of, the game. Go-
ing eastward. thru the Canadian Rock-
ies, they visit Lake Louise and plan
on the Banff course. They then play
golf in the prairies of Sascatchewan
and Manitoba. On their return to the'
United States they play at Minneapo-
lis as a wind up to their 15 days of
golf.'
League Will Give
Tea On Thursday
All women students in the Uni-
versity, are cordially invited by the
Women's League to be present at the
tea which is to be given from 2 until
4 o'clock Thursday on the terrace of
Martha Cook building. Receiving will
be Lean Jean Hamilton, dean of wo-
men, Mrs. John R. Effinger, and Mrs.
A. S. Whitney. Women whoj have been
asked to serve are: Elizabeth Wood-
ward, '26, Ruth Binns, '26, Elizabeth
Isham, '26, Juanita Wallace, '26, and
Catherine Miller, '26.
The School of Education was or-'
ganized in 1921 and has had a Sum-
mer session every year. The enroll-
ment this year is 453, an increase of
28 over last year. This, proportional-
ly is, a greater increase than that in
any of the other schools of the Uni-
versity.
Subscribe for the Summer Daily.

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Vice President Dawes is seen enjoying his inevitable pipe while on a
vacation at the estate of Kenneth L. Roberts, writer, at Kennebunkport,
Maine.

ENDUE11111111111 R
ttnhd:Yioually &V IapcftsuW4G manea
sfamous peshares withT=
jan infinity of existence. Tin
goes on forever. The Conkl
Endura writes forever. In d
hands of the student, t
T C kiEnConkdin Endura becom
dura is made in a perpetual souvenir
red and black. Two mod- school days--a tru
els-a generous-sized pen in worthy tool--
two legthes for men, and a indestructil
graceful, dainty model for ladies. as an ed
A narrow band of gold and thin catic
enameled rings, on cap and barrel give
it a unique, distinctive beauty.
$.00 for the men's models
$7.00 for the women's models
THE CONKLIN PEN MFG. CO.
TOLEDO, 0.
Ask Your Dealer

PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING
STUDENTSENTERTAINED
Miss Elba L. Morse entertained the
students enrolled in the Department
of Public Health Nursing at a mixer
given at her home at 614 Forest aye-
nue on Monday evening. Announce=
ments were made for the Fourth of 0
July picnic and a committee chosen
for that day: Refreshments Were
served by the hostess.

Summer women students are freej
to use the tennis courts at Barbour
gymnasium. at any time during the
day until 8 o'clock at night, except
during the hours of tennis classes.
Washington, June 30.-The over-
night air mail service between New
Yorik and Chicago will be inaugurated
Wednesday under the direct super-
vision of Postmaster General Harry
S. New anti other high officials of the
Postoffice Department.

Read

the Want Ads

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IS what every ambitious senior is
thinking about at the present
time. Life insurance is one of the
best, one of the mast desirable, and
one of the most satisfactory as a
permanent calling.
In assets and volume of business,
life insurance is one of the three
leading businesses of this country,
yet the field is comparatively under-
developed. Only 7 per cent of the
economic value of human life in the
United States is covered by insur-
ahce.This gives an idea of the big field
still to be worked, especially business
insurance for firms and corporations.
As to remuneration: Reports of
college graduates who have entered
business indicate that life insurance is
at the very top as a source of income.
Now is the time for you to consider
what you are going to do after gradu-
ation. If you are ambitious and will-
ing to work hard and are interested to
know about life insurance, address
Agency Departmentt
U FE. INSURANCECOMPANY
OF BosTON. MASSACNUSEITS
Sixty-one years in business. Now insuring One Billion Swen
Hundred Million Dollars in policies on 3,250,000 lives

Strenuous Work!

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The hair is the most
important part of the appee

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SSmooth, well-kept he
is now so easy to have

After strenuous exercise of any sort, what
a relief to get under the shower-and
then a rub-down with Mifflin Alkohol!
Tired muscles are eased and soothed,
'nerves are quieted, the whole body is re-
laxed, comforted.
Of course, Mifflin Alkohol has dozens of
other daily uses!I
Fine to soften he beard, before shaving;
to cool and soothe the skin, AFTER shaving.
Splendid relief for tired, aching feet; great?
for sunburn; an efficient antiseptic and
germicide.'
Mifflin Alkohol is denatured by a formula
which actually improves it for external use.
College teams and many other athletic
organizations use Mifflin Alkohol regu-
larly. Be sure YOU get MIFFLIN-in the
handy-grip one-pint bottles as ililstrated.

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UNKEMPT hair was once as.
nearly universal at smooth,
neatly-combed hair is today.
Of course, well-dressed men
realized then as well as now that
nothing spoils the whole appear-
ance so quickly as hair that is out
of place,
But what could they do?
Old-fashioned pomades, only
matted the hair and made it
greasy. Water evaporated within
an hour and left the hair drier and
more unruly than ever. There
wasn't a thing that could keep
the hair smoothly in place from,
moaning till night-natural, soft,
lustrous.
That's why Stacomb was in-
troduced.
' At last-a way to keep
the hair in place
At first known only in California
colleges, the story of Stacomb
quickly spread:Today, well-
dressed men everywhere have
found in Stacomb what they have

always needed-an easy
way to keep the hair loo
as they want it to lo
times.
Perhaps you part you
the middle. Perhaps on
side. Perhaps on the 1
haps you comb it strait
It makes no difference;
will keep it just the way
it best. A touch of it in'

keep it in perfect order, alw
smooth, trim, lustrous.
Women use Stacomb, too. T1
find it excellent to control st
hairs, to make the curl stay in, z
to keep the hair severely close to
head in the prevailing fashion.
Use Stacomb tomorrow morni
and look your best all dayt A c
icate, invisible cream - non-stE
ing and non-greasy. In jarsE
tubes at your college drug store.
KEEPS THE HAIR IN PLACE

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.
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