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In Brief

the
and

or nearly a
been the em-
and justice.
nes symbolize
be respected
.the past be-
it represents.
he authority
vernor of the
I hereby pro-
a 14, 1925, as
that the flag
ver possible."

s Memorial
wed To New
?sting Ground
ray and weatherbeaten,
ldest monuments on the
nds dn its new resting.
he east side of the Li-
hidden by thick green
mnerly it stood in the
between the south side
y and the Physical Lab-
although many studentsl
very day and wondered
few took the trouble to
Latin on the worn stone
he history of the Univer-
nument' was erected to
of the Rev. Joseph Whit-I
of. Douglas Houghton,
mn died in 1845. At that]
s had graduated from the
and there were only six
lets were added to the
in memory of' Prof.
he then present 'agricul-
.ent and Dr. Samuel Den-
.rst medical faculty, who

Merritt L. Runner, '03E, has sold4
his electric light works at Warrans-
burg, N. Y., to the Adirondack Power1
company for approximately $100,000.
He will remain at Warrensburg as
manager of the plant.
H. Gilbert King, '17, '18A.M., has re-
cently been appointed manager of the
American-Oriental bank of Szechum
province, China. He has left Shang-
hai for a 1,500 mile trip up the
Yangtse river. ..
William A. Pillans, '06-'10, is busi-
ness manager of the board of educa-
tion at Lorain, Ohio.
John H. Lister, '14L, is working at
the bureau of agricultural economics,
United States department of agricul-
ture, at Washington.
William D. Moriarty, '04, '05A.M,,
'O9Ph.D., is a professor in the school
of business administration at the Uni-}
versity of Washington. He has also
First Baptist Church
10:30-Morning worship and
sermon. Rev. R. Edward
Sayles will speak on "THE
BEST CANNOT BE SPO-
KEN."
12:00-Church Bible School.
Dr. Bunting, superintend-
ent.
12:00-S1ECIAL. In response
to an expressed wish, all
our students, and the par-
ents and friends of those
who are dttending the.
Commencement exercises.
are invited to the Guild
House immediately after
the Baccalaureate services.
A merely informal gather-
ing for acquaintance.
6:30-B. Y. P. U. in church
parlors.
5:30-All University_ young
people of the church and
congregation are asked to
meet at the Guild House
to discuss and to determine
{ the advisability of Sunday
evening meetings during
the Summer Session.
Dr. T. M. Iden will teach the
Sunday noon Student Bible
Class during the Summer Ses-
sion.

been appointed chairman of the edu-
cational department of the Pacific
Coast-Advertising clubs, which will
'hold a convention in Seattle in July.;
Charles S. Batt, '04L, was one of
the Indiana state senators who hur-
ried into Ohio recently to break a
quorum in the Indiana senate. His
home is in Terre Haute.
Kenneth L. Potter, '04L, was elected1
chairman of the Republican state'
central committee of Michigan at the
recent state convention held in De-
troit. His home is in Jackson.

Doctor Disproves
Typhoid Rumors
Rumors which have spread during
the past few days to the effect that,
the water at Whitmore lake is con-
taminated and that a number of cases
of typhoid fever have resulted from
bathing there have been quelled by
a report from Dr. J. A. Wessinger,
city health commissioner, who states
that no cases of typhoid fever have
been reported to him.
In order to further safeguard the
public, Dr. Wessinger is having a test
made,of the water today. This test
will take 48 hours, and while it is
expected that the water will show a
high bacteria count, it is thought
that it will not prove to be unsafe
for bathing purposes.

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WE HAVE
ALWAYS' P

LUNCH ROOM

338 MAYNARD STREET

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Energetic young men owning automobiles can make
good money- selling Gabriel Snubbers 'in Detroit and'
southeastern Michigan. Pleasant work, nationally
advertised product.

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MR. KEYS or MR SATTERFIELD

5936 John R. St., Detroit

Phone Empire 1309

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Cold Meats
Baked Goods

what You Need and What Y
Don't Expect to' Find

FOOD NECESSITIES

Grennan's Cakes
SMilk Cream

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OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINGS .

ALL MODELS AND

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GOOD USED

616 East William

CARS

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s formed Oct. 6,

IN EVERY
SHOPPING DISTRICT"
PEN'S DRUG STORES
723 North University Ave.
St. 217 North Nain

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Corner Washington and Division

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LIGHT LUNCHES
HOT or COLD DRINKS
ICE CREAM

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STUDENTS!

Saturday Only
Sensational Sale of

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ors for the Girl
Graduate

Profitable, pleasant out-
, door employment for the
summer ,months.
Located on Lake
Erie and Oakland,
County lakes. '4 4
Drawing account
and commissions.
Especially interested in
those playing band or
orchestra instruments.

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Suits and Er

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1 Flowers arranged in baskets,

Now to be sold at 1-3 and 1-2 ofl
Prints and wash silks. Imagine lovely frocks at tl
price! There are a number of them. Never before ho
offered such splendid values at such a low figure. P
favored shades of summertime. Buy these Friday an
urday at $19.75.
Radically reduced one-third and one-half, these exc
ally smart coats. Coats for sports and dress wear. , S(
them fur trimmed. Friday and Saturday only, yo
purchase them at one-third and one-half their. regular
Buy a tailored suit now at one-third or one-half off.
garments' are fashioned of high grade materials. Eve
of typal Jacobson quality. All taken from our '
stock and placed on sale for two days only.
Ensembles of flannel, charmeen and kasha. Creation:
the very best makers. Regular stock. Offered fc
days at one-third and one-half price.

bowls,

bases or corsages,

Our line of fine pottery and
baskets make lasting gifts

Write

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x/ione 7014

Mr. WHISTLER
1441 Park Place, Detroit, for par-
oculars and appointment.

On Liberty Street
just off State

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