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for the Jew though their history is an open book,
id can ever Professor Ro'senau stated.
f. William Discussing the reason for the Jews
university coming to America, Professor Rosenau
aerica Has said it was to escape the persecutions
uesday aft- and misrepresentations to which they
ience audi- were constantly subjected in some of
the otd countries. In a brief survey
he Jew has of the history of his people from the
-expression, time Israel was conquered by.the Ro-
eation, and mans, lhe told how the Jews were
hip in the taken to Rome by their conquqrers,
n any other and from that city scattered through-
ed not only out Europe. No people did more for
o the Jews any land than did the Jews for Spain
essor Rose- in the zenith of her glory, he declaired.
Finally driven from Spain, the Jews
went to Holland, the land of liberalism
alities, the and equality, Professor Rosenau said.
by birth or Others settled in England, France, and
n intensely Germany. The Jew was generally
known in England as a character such
e Jews, al- as Shakespeare's Shylock, owing to
misrepresentation and prejudice.

promise that they would not interfere
in the local government: Thus the
first Jews came to America, said the
speaker.
From this insignificant colony, the
number of Jews in America has in-
creased to three million souls, swelled
by three -tidal waves of immigration
from European countries where perse-
cution became too severe, said Pro-
fessor Rosenau. The first wave came
from Spain; the second was composed
of German and Polish extraction, and
the third largely of Russian Jews.
Now Live Like Humans
Discussing the advantages offered by
America, the speaker said the Jew did
not know what it was to live like a
human being before the Declaration of
Independence. Under the conditions
of ghetto life, such as existed in Ven-
ice, it is a wonder that the race sur-
vived.
In this country the Jew may freely
attend the public schools, the colleges,
and universities, selecting any voca-
tion that suits, his inclination, the pro-
fessor added. K
Freedom of Worship Complete
Freedom of worship is complete for
the Jew, and he is not under the ne-,
cessity of placing his- house of worship
in some alley or out of the way place.
Not only has America granted the Jew
the rights of citizenship, but he has
an equal opportunity of holding public
office and gaining distinction in army
and navy circles, he said.'
Jews of other lands have benefited
by American liberality, Professor
Rosenau declared.
EI ome n
Miss Hope Conklin, acting dean of
women, will entertain the women of
the Summer session at tea from 4 to
6 o'clock Friday afternoon, with Mrs.
Marion L. Burton as the guest of
1 honor.v

Mail Orders Phone Order
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Find Home in Amerlca
In, 1654 a large colony of Jews went
from Holland to Brazil to found .a
home. Portugal protested against the
presence of Jews in Brazil, and the
colony set sail for New Amsterdam.
An agreement was reached whereby
the Jews were permitted to remain on
IAIRY COMPANY
Olne Phone 423
ERMILK CREAM

Are these imported kimonas from the land of cherry blossoms. Not
only is their beauty irresistible but their practicalvalue is apparent to every-
one. They are made of cool crepe in many colors and all are heavily em-
broidered in bright designs.

The sleeves are made in two styles, either with a.wide white band or the

regular Japanese sleeve.

Some have white bands around the neck and c

the front while others aret plain, except( for the lavish embroidery.

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are rose, pink, light and dark blue, orchid, and the embroidery is done

contrasting colors.

VERY OTHER SPIRT-
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We also are able to show you short; kimonas in the same styles and col-
.ors. You will be pleased, we are sure, with these dainty'summer kimonas and
we are very glad at any time to 'show them to you.

YTHING'S HERE
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VORTH UNIVERSITY

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)CKET BILLIARDS
ndies.'Soft Drinks, Ice Cream
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Miss Hope Conklin, acting dean of
women, will be in her o lIce in Barbour
gymnasium every morning, except
Saturday, from 9 to 12 o'clock. Miss
Conklin will be glad to give assistance
and information to women students
regarding rooms for next year or work
during the current session.
A nunber of paintings by L. A.
Makielski and E. H. Barnes, which
were originally on exhibition in Alum-
nae Memorial hall during the spring,
are npow hanging, in Helen Newberry
residence. The pictures in the north
and south living roomsyare the work
of Mr. Makielski, They are largely
portraits, among them one of ex-Presi-
dent Hutchins. 'The landscape paint-
ings in the hall and dining-room are
the work of Mr. Barnes. The exhibi-
tion will hang in Helen Newberry resi-
dence throughout the summer, and all
men and women of the Summer ses-
sion are invited to visit it.

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find onre to suit you.
24 SOUTH STATE STREET
& S. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
711 PACKARD STREET

REGISTRAR HALL AND FAMILY
TO LE AVE TODAY FOR VACATION
Registrar Arthur G. Hall and family
will leave Ann Arbor today for Les
Cheneaux islands, in the upper region
of Lake Huron, to spend several weeks
vacationing and outing. Registrar
Hall has a cottage there.

BLUE FRONT CICAR STi
UNDER STUDENT MANAGEMENT
Corer State and Packard Sts.
ANN ARBOR HAT CLEANING
625 EAST LIBERTY STREET
ALL KINDS OF HATS CLEANED-LIKE NEW
SHOES SHINED-10c

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FOR SALE

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FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River

FOR RENT
SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY,
On the Huron River

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BLUMAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP
4 Nickels Arcade Phone 600M

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need typewriter op-
rapher preferred.
east high school ed-
treet location. Sal-
upon ability. Ad-
lverine.
1 ladies or men to
for a few days; 30
Apply at office, rear
Mack & Co.
s and student help
ne block north of

FOR SALE-Typewriters of all makes
bought,, sold, rented, exchanged,
cleaned, and repaired. O. D. Morrill,
17 Nickels Arcade.

FOR SALE-A canoe with equipment.
Call 2606-W, 502 E. Jefferson St.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT--Office in the Cutting
apartments, formerly occupied by
Dr. E. F. Loeffler. Apply Janitor.
Phone 1159-M.
LOSTk
LOST-Beta Theta Pi badge. Rolland
Drake, Jr., name on back. Return
to 604 'S. State St. or call 362.
LOST-1921 Michigamua pin. Finder
please return to Michigan Union
desk. Reward.

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VELVET BRAND ICE CREAM IS ONE REASON.
The Detroit Creamery has established a permanent Branch

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