_ _ THE MICHIGAN DAILi-
What's Going On
At Other Colleges
Wisconsin-Students at Madison are
petitioning the faculty for a reversal
of the edict that the editor of the
Badger, Wisconsin year book, should be
removed because of ineligibility. The
editor stated that he had merely been
acting on the example set by former
Badger editors in going on with his
work even in the face of scholastic
deficiencies. The students aver the
year book cannot be put out if the edi-
tor is removed, as no one else in the
classyis able to take over the work.
Grinnell-Two students have taken
over the management of the Colonial
moving picture theater at Grinnell.
Priiceton-A plan for a permanent
three term year has been advanced at
Princeton. The advantages of the sys-
tem have been stated as follows: There
would be greater opportunity for the
Inclusion of more courses, the vaca-
tion periods would fit in more easily
and at a more logical time, with
courses lasting two terms there would
be three sets of examinations instead
of four during freshman and sopho-
more years, and a greater elasticity in
length of the various courses.
Indiana-Student government is be-
ing agitated at Indiana, emphasis
being laid on the influence of the move-
ment as developing responsibility, fair-
ness and democracy among the stu-
dents. The idea is to enact two coun-
cils, one for the men and one for the
women, the personnel of each to con-
sist of three seniors, two juniors and
sophomore, and one freshman.
Harvard-Aero training may be es-
tablished at Harvard, to consist of a
three year course in ground work
only, the technical side of aviation be-
ing taught in the engineering school.
Practical experience in flying will be
given at camps during the summer.
NEW WHITNEY Saturday
MATINEE and NIGHT M A R C H
SEE IT BEFORE IETROIT
THE MICHIGAN QAILY DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT 16
Logan, George B, '20E, 224 S. Thayer. Theodore, Ala. 1612-J.
Loring, Bruce B, '21L, 1443 Washtenaw. Valparaiso, Ind. 1166.
Loveridge, Homan L, '21E, 836 E. University. Coldwater. 214.
Lovin, Maurice J, '21E, 711 E. Catherine. 843-M.
Lovejoy, Elijah P, '22E, 920 Lincoln. Princeton, Ill. 2283-W.
Lowry, John D, '20E, 539 Forest. Ann Arbor. 2174-M.
Lowery, Norton R, '21L, 1010 Monroe. Ionia.
Luebbers, Louis E, '21L, 715 E. Huron. Emden, Ill. 240-M.
Lumby, Ilah D, '21E, 1309 Geddes. Pontiac. 2655.
Lumsden, Howard M, '21, 1102 Oakland. Virden, Ill. 1551.
Lyuean, Claire F, '19, 1223 Hill. Jackson. 188.
Lyzenga, Louis A, spec, 814 Monroe. Holland. t.
McAllister, Lomas F, '19, 607 S. State. Grand Rapids. 131.
McAlpine, Charles V, grad. Basom, N Y.
McAlpine, Roy K, grad, 619 Whaley Court. Ann Arbor. 1662-J.
McCaughey, Russell J, '21L, 707 Oxford Road. Chicago, Ill. 357.
McClintock, James I, '21L, 1331 Hill. Canon City, Colo. 33.
McColl, Kenneth s, '19, 720 Arbor. Detroit.
McCormick, Donald W, '20, 603 S. State. Owosso.
McCiasson, Ruth R, '22, 603 E. Washington. Ann Arbor. 2522-W.
McCreight, Robert, Jr, spec E, 515 E. Jefferson. 1878-J.
McCune, Charles N,,spec L, 914 Sybil. Plainfield, O.
McCutcheon, Robert L, '21L, 555 S. Division. Yorkshire, N Y. 387.
McDarmid, Allen G, '22E, 411 N State. Cleveland, O.
McDuffle, Philip G, '19, 1023 Oakland. Jefferson, Ia. 179.
McElhose, Lester G, '22E, 300 E. Jefferson. Detroit.
McGowan, MalcolmE, '21E, 1315 Hill. Steubenvlle, 0. 1460.
McInnes, William R, '22E, 425 S. Division. Cass City. 1566-.
McIntyre, Donald A, '22, 615 Monroe. Yale. 2106-M.
McKone, Clon T, '19L, 210 N. Thayer. Jackson, 1392-J.
McLean, Joseph H, spec E, 417 E. University. Cohocton, N Y. 1576-J
McLetchie, Hugh S, '21E, 620 E. University. Jackson. 1582-J.
McMannis, John E, '21, 631 Tappan. Kalamazoo. 1644-M.
McPherson, Jennie I, '21, 540 Packard. Jackson. 1037-W.
McNeil, Russell S, E, 920 Monroee Tecumseh. 2280-M,
Macfarlane, Harper K, '21, 725 Haven. Chatham, Ont.
MacGregor, Malcolm I, '20. Ypsilanti.
Mack, Gordon C, grad, 426 S. Ingalls. LaPorte, Ind. 16.
Mack, Harry J, '20E, 1437 Washtenaw. St. Johns. 319.
Madden, John, '22E, 707 Oxford. Chicago, Il.. 357.
Madison, Charles A, grad, 425 Cross. Detroit.
MICHIGAN DAILY SUPPLEMENT 17
Madlem, Forrest A, '21, 1001 E. Huron. Petoskey. 1391-J.
Mallory, Elmie W, grad, 3000 Geddes. 745.
Manley, Walter F, '21, 912 Monroe. Olean, N Y.
Marin, Axel, '22E, 603 E. Washington. Manistique. 2522-M.
Marron, Walter P, '21, 410 E. Jefferson. Plentywood, Mont. 468-M.
Morse, Howard E, '19L, 822 Oakland. Dillon, Mont. 5i8.
Marshall, Howard B, '21, 1511 Washtenaw. 1857.
Marshull,Richard B, '21E, 718 Monroe. Detroit. 1172-M.
Martin, Elward J, grad, 820 Arch. Norway. 1162-J.
Martin, Harold W, lit, 610 Tappan.
Martin, William S, '22E, 444 S. State. Owosso. 937.
Martinek, Alois, '19E, 733 E. University. 1194.
Marx, Milton David, '19, 1103 S. University. Detroit. 300-J.
Mason, Carl H, '20, 514 Thompson. Cranford, N J
Matthews, Ben B, '20L, 200 State. Hot Springs, Ark.
Mattern, Lewis H, '21L, 604 S. State. Dayton, 0. 371.
Matthews, Christian F, '19L, 822 Oakland. Mt. Clemens.
Matthews, Eder C, '19E, 1021 Hill. Petoskey.
Mauritho, Russell R, E, 302 S. Division. Trenton.
Maxwell, Robert D, '22E, 720 Arbor. Rochester, N Y. 717-J.
Maybaum, Fred, '21E, 213 N. Ingalls. Newark, N J.
Meader, Mary H, '22, 1941 Geddes. Anm Arbor. 2327-J.
Melitz, George R, '20, 101 S. Thayer. Iron Mountain. 1398-J.
Meller, Ronald L, '21E, 514 Thompson. Dunkirk, N J. 1505.
Mercado, E A, spec lit, 200 N. State. Juano Diaz, Porto Rico. 1248-R.
Merner, Roland F, '20L, 915 Oakland. Cedar Falls, Ia. 255.
Merrill, John E M, '21L, 123 College Place, Ypsilanti. Yale. 367-J.
Merton, John B, '21E, 806 Hill. Calumet. 374.
Micholske, Herman J, lit. Cleveland, O.
Mickelson, Roland A, '20, 425 S. Division. Racine, Wis. 1565-J.
Mihelchich, Peter, '20L, 602 Packard. Calumet. 1562-R.
Mikesell, Gordon W, '22, 306 Thompson. Twelve Mile, Ind. 2139-R.
Millar, Bruce, '20, 219 S. Thayer. Manistique. 2414.
Miller, Alex, '20, 212 S. Division. Cleveland, 0. 2540-W.
Miller, James S, Jr, '22E, 823 E. Kingsley. Chicago, Ill. 566.
Millean, Helen L L, grad, 548 Church. 2164-M.
Mills, Martha L, '22, 1020 S. University. Wadsworth, 0. 904-R.
Mogarth, Earl K, '22E, 1437 Washtenaw. Oak Park, Ill. 319.
Morrison, Florence E, '22, 727 Packard. Ann Arbor. 1152-R.
Montague, Alexander S, '20L, 1408 Wells. Howell.
Moore, James M, '21E, 624 Packard. Pittsburgh, Pa. 1484.
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Pop. Matinee, Lower Floor $1.00. Balcony 50c and 75c
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Nights and Sat. Mat.
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Wm. A. Brady Presents
Let us show you.
"She Would and She Did"
A NEW COMEDY ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW,
THE DETROIT EDISON
William and Main Sts. Ann Arbor
By Mark W. Reed
AT DETROIT OPERA HOUSE
Bayard Veiller's Mystery Drama
"THE 13th CHAIR"
With Helen Van Hoose and Joe. R. Garry
ESTABLISH ED 1887
roups and Portraits by Photography
TQURING CAR FOR
"GEN." COXEY NOW
New York, March 8. - "General"
Jacob Coxey of unemployed army
fame back in '95 and '96, proposes to
lead another "army" to Washington
as a protest against national prohibi-
tion, He has decided that he will not
go on foot as in the old days, how-
ever, but will travel in a touring car.
Further, he expects that motor trans-
portation will be provided for all his
"General" Coxey said that he had
discussed the project with many busi-
ness men in this and other cities and
that most of them had volunteered
to enlist in his new "army."
FRENCH CATHEDRAL PICTURES
DISPLAYED LAST TIME TODAY
Today is the last day that
the French Cathedral pictures
will be on display in Mem-
pictures will be on display in Mem-
orial hall. These pictures have been
shown for the last two weeks and
many hundred people have seen them
in that time.
Mr. Goodyear, who was to speak
here last week and because of illness
was unable to come to Ann Arbor to
lecture, will lecture about the fifteenth
of the month. His lecture will be
supplemented with a large collection
POSITIONS OPEN FOR MEN
This is a good opportunity for men
who have ability to manage. We
want a student who has made good
selling something-such as books or
other specialty. Work will begin in
June or July. Give reference and ex-
perience. Address I. A. Roehl, 56
Lafayette Blvd., Detroit.-Adv.
Students read The Daily.-Adv.
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Toast, Coffee an d Hot
Chocolate all day.
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Ask to be shown our new box candy
STUDENTS-If in line to make
lars this summer vacation
Laidlaw at 1170R evenings.
dol- LOST-A Psi Upsilon fraternity pin,
call name on back, H. Weeks. Finder
H. L SWITER & CO
310 South State Street
313 S. State