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News From Other Colleges
Austin, Tex.-The museum of the o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday
new biology building of the Univer- nights. This is to give them the ad-
sity of Texas will have on display vantage of a larger pool than that iti
valuable collectio'ns, both of the de- the Students' building.
partment of botany and the depart- -.
ment of zoology. These formerly were 'Madison, Wis.-A total of 1,763 col-
not on display because of lack of umns of news matter totaling X23,259
proper space.-" column inches without headlines, was
written for and published in Madison
Madison, Wis.-Dr. Alexander Vas- and other Wisconsin newspapers aur-
silief, professor of Byzantine history ing the present college year by stu-
in the University of Petrograd, and of dent reporters if the sophomore class
medieval history in the Petrograd In- in newspaper reporting in the Univer-
stitute of Education, has been appoint- sity of Wisconsin course in journal-
ed to fill the vacancy in the history ism.
department, resulting from the resig- -.-
nation ,of Prof. Michael I. Rostovtzeff. Urbana, Ill.- Three students were
injured Wednesday morning by an ex-
Bloomington, Ind.--Co-eds will be plosion in the analytical department
allowed to use the swimming pool at
the men's gymnasium from 7 to 9 Dance at Union Friday Nite.

laboratory of the chemistry building.
None of the men were seriously in-
jured -
Educational Club
Has Gypsy Picnic
Women interested in educational
work turned gypsy last night and at-
tended the Romany picnic given by
the Women's Educational club at the
Island fireplace. The band of gayly
colored wanderers left Barbour gym-
nasium at 5 o'clock to follow the
gypsy trail to the fireplace. Under a

group of trees along the way the
stopped once to do a tribal dan
Coffee, sandwiches, and doug
were served for supper after
some gypsies gathered for a ball
while others sang gypsy melodi
Moscow, July 8.-Such an abu
harvest is expected by the Sov
to necessitate the mobilizatio
large amounts of state funds for
Bring it. It was decided to a
private capital for realizing the
j harvest.
Dance at Union Friday Nite.

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church at Three Forks is one of the buildings hit by the recent
e which shook Montana. The damage* in the state ,is estimated
0. Work of rebuilding is already under way.
The Daily "Classified" Column

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FOR RENT-
-room on 1st floor, street
entrance, bath adjoining.,
for lady employed during
ply 1233 Washtenawi.
m in2private residence on
SCall537 Second St., or
5.
Member-man and wife -
lassmen-We will arrange
arters in private home as
e. Ideal location. Phone
,M Aapartment--large hall
-Campus location, steam
nt $55. Phone 7515.
N(OTICE
o Island Lake and returnI
Whitmore $.75. Leaving
at 7 and 9 P. M. daily. I

LOST,
$10.00 REWARD--For finding pigski
wallet containing $90.00. Return t
Secretary's office. Business card
Howard M. Fish.
LOST-Black leather secretary's por
folio, 2 large and 4 small pockets
Suitable reward. C. A. Iiert
Phone 7010.
THETA PHI ALPRA sorority pin. Re
turn to 525 Benjamin or call 8443.
HIGH SCHOOL girl desires opportun
ity to work for room and board i
private home. Call 6853, afternoon
BUSINESS College Graduate desire
to tutor in shorthand. Reasonab
rates. Dial 21754, Burk.

DANCING

the New Lake House havilion

WHITMORE LAKE
Every Wednesday, Friday, Saturday
A large, cool pavilion
with Teal music and a wonderful floor.

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At Island Lake
Jean Goldkette'sr
BREEZE BLOWERS
Featuring Frank Prumbauer. One of the3
saxophonists in the country.

perior workmanship, sa
isfaction. Prices are lo
Phone 4287 or R-181
We call for and delive

most original

Dancing every night except Mondays and Tuesdays.
Matinee Sunday afternoons.
A Smart Looking Raincoat
Makes a Pleasant Rainy Day

W4hite Swan
Laundry Co.
ANN ARBOR'S LEADING,

Women

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CLEANERS

finest clothing to WI

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Transparent
Coats
Rubber Cloth

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Smiles Bright'
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Teeth White
Breath Sweet

Slickers

You can depart for classes quite confidently on a cloudy
morning if you are wearing a raincoat that is both practical
and attractive. And these are so very smart and collegiate
appearing that you will want to wear one when there is the
least sign of a cloud in the sky. You may pick out a rain-
coat in your favorite color, too. A wide range of color and
price.
(SECOND FLOOR)

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The cleansing action of WRIGLEY'S
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General Motors Building
Detroit, Michigan
ALPERT F. KAHN, Architect
Drawnby HughFerriss

NET GIRDLE

NET BANDETTE

Terms of
the Colossal"

$3.50

$1.50

T HE co-ordination of commercial strength, arch-
itectural vision and engineering skill which
created this titanic quadruple office building repre-
sents the motive and creative force which has turned
the eyes of the world toward this type of American
architecture.
This, the largest office building in the world, pos-
sesses fundamentally magnificent largeness in its
conception, and a clean-cut directness in its execu-
tion which place it among the most significant o
American buildings.
With such existing structural achievements no arch-
itectural future is impossible, no project too vast
or too complex to come readily to our imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering
skill and organization, will prove more than equal
to the demands of the architecture of the future.

White net and satin ribbon fashion these newest and dainti-
est of summer undergarments. The Nemo-Flex Girdle and
Bandette to match make an' ideal hot weather set. The
girdle designed for the slender figure has no boning; it hooks
in front and has two pairs of fancy ,hose supporters. Both
girdle and bandette come in delicate shades of shrimp, maize,
flesh, and nile.
(SECOND FLOOR)

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