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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OKNAKRS SUCSS
CROWNS UPHILL FIGHT
ATHER'S DEATH LEAVES HIM
SOLE SUPPORT OF MOTHER
AND SISTER AT 14
Captain Eddie Rickenbacker who
ctures in Hill auditorium Saturday
rening was born in Columbus, Ohio,
) years ago of Swiss parents. When
e was 14 his father died and he be-
ae the sole support of his mother
nid sister. I
The Rickenbacker home was near
he Columbus race track and Eddie
n became an automobile enthusiast,
daring driver, and an expert me-
hanic, both of which were valuable
ssets to his air fightingtqualifica-
ions. His first win in the racing
same was at Sioux City July, 1919,
nd within a few years he became the
1o1 of the speedways. r
Rickenbackerdwas in England on
his country's entry into the war but
eturned immediately after, offering
is services to the country. He was
ecepted and was assigned to drive
eneral Pershing's car. From the first
is advance was rapid. Having se-
uired a transfer to aviation after but
few months at the front he was
redited with as many German planes
s some of the Allied pilots who had
erved during most of the war. His
ar career ended after receiving a
aptaincy and command of the 94th
ir squadron.
Captain Rickenbacker's lectures are
rawing capacity houses throughout
he country and he is winning his way
eep into the hearts of every one in
is audiences by his clear, interesting
,nd modest descriptions of his first
ir fight, the. nearest he came to go-
ig west, of watching the real heroes
s he calls them go over the top
housands of feet below him and of
is pals, some of them the greatest
yers of the war, go down in flames.
Tickets are on sale at Wahr's and
heehan's at $1.50, $1.00 and 50 cents.
LPHA NU AND ADELPHI NAME
MEN FOR FRESHMAN DEBATE
'ersonnel of Teams to Be Known
When Eligibility Committee Makes
Report; Judges from Faculty
Teams have been chosen by both
he Alpha Nu and Adelphi societies for
heir annual freshman debate to be
eld at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening,
lay 24. The debate will be held in
ither University hall or Sarah Cas-
rell Angell hall, the meeting place to
e announced at a later date.

MICHIGAN ORATOR
LEAVES THURSDAY
Michigan's representative to the
Northern Oratorical league contest,
Alice M. Hoelzle, '19, left at 1:16
o'clock Thursday afternoon for Evans-
ton, Ill. Prof. T. C. Trueblood accom-
panied her. They will stop in Chi-
cago, going down to Evanston Friday
afternoon to try out Miss Hoelzle's
voice in the auditorium.
Just before leaving Professor True-
blood said of Miss Hoelzle, "she is as
well prepared as any Northern Ora-
torical league speaker ever has been.
Her voicegis splendid and her speech
convincing."~
Since Miss Hoelzle's speech, "The
Voice of Armenia," is a strong appeal,
its place as last on the program of
six is considered the psychological lo-
cation for it. The University Ora-
torical association wired the speaker
the best wishes of the University
Thursday night.
Announcement was made Thurs-
day of a reception -which will be ten-
dered Professor Trueblood Friday
evening after the contest in Evanston.
Last year he was traveling in Austra-
lia and was obliged to miss the con-
test, for the first time in 28 years.
WHAT'S GOING ON
TODAY
4:05-Michigan vs. Chicago baseball
game in Ferry field.
8:00-Cosmopolitan club "All-Nation
Hullabaloo" in Hill auditorium.
TOMORROW
2:30-Michigan vs. Chicago baseball
game in Ferry field.
2:30-Seniors in caps and gowns
dance in Barbour gymnasium.
7:00-Meeting of Upper Room Bible
class in Bible Chair building, 444
South State street.
7:15-Newark club meets in Lane
hall.
7:30-Criaftsman club meeting at Ma-
sonic temple. Important business
and work in third degree.
U-NOTICES
The .visit of the sociology 23 class to
Eloise, the county farm, planned for
Friday has been postponed.
Polonia Literary circle meeting post-
poned until Friday, May 9.
COUNCIL PLANS PEP MEETING
IN AUDITORIUM TUESDAY
(Continued from Page One)
Student council will be chairman of
the meeting, which will start prompt-
ly at 8 o'clock. It is the plan of the
promoters of the project, to make it a
short, snappy affair.

The bacteria count of certified milk
usually runs about 10,000 per cubic
centimeter and in good raw milk runs
between 50,000 and 100,000. The city
of New York requires that the count
shall not exceed 1,000,000, while Roch-
ester, less than 500,000. A sample of
market milk picked up in the city of
Washington gave a count of 22,000,-
000.
The fact that a sample gives a count
of 10,000 does not mean that there
are that many harmful germs in the
milk, in fact the greater number of
these are usually of the lactic acid
producing species.
4CTORS FROM FOUR CORNERS
OF GLOBE IN HULLABALOO
(Continued from Page One)
Zanelli, who made such a hit with his
Prologue to "Come On, Dad," has been
secured for a number, and is billed as

"The Chilean Troubadour."
As a special added attraction, Miss
Jeanette Kruszka of Ann Arbor will
supply a dance number entitled "The
Polish Terpsichore." Miss Kruszka
will be assisted by Miss Hortense
Hoad, and accompanied at the piano by
Miss Vivian Allen. The program will
include Moszkowski's "Serenata,"
danced by Miss Kruszka, and Cham-
inade's "Pierrette," danced by Miss
Kruszka and Miss Hoad.
Tickets for the "Hullabaloo" are on
sale at Sheehan's, Slater's, and Wahr's
book stores and may also be secured at
the door. Captains of the ticket teams
are requested to make their final re-
ports from 12:30.to 1:30so'clockto-
day to Mr. Roy C. Jacobson in Lane
hall.
Results are important. Advertise in
The Daily.-Adv.

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Although the freshmen of both so- Every student in the University is
leties have begun working on the expected to be present, for it is the
ubject to be discussed, that European object of the council to stir up anew
nmigration into the United States be the traditionally strong spirit of Mich.-
rohibited for the next four years, no igan. Both men and women will be
nnouncement of either team person- there. Freshmen in particular are
el can be made until the eligibility expected to show up in large numbers
f every fian is definitely known, for the meeting will primarily be for
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary debating the purpose of instilling in the first
ociety, has presented a silver cup year men, the required amount of
rhich goes to the society whose team spirit to make the sprig games of
rins the annual debate three years in this year a bigger success than ever.
iccession, or the most times in seven A decided sentiment for the estab-
ears. So far each society has two lishment of an annual day of this
ictories to its credit. kind is being manifested on the cam-
This is the only campus debating pus. It is probable that the Student
vent of the year in which freshmen council will take some action upon
re allowed to participate. Rivalry is this question at its next meeting.
uning high this year, as both teams -
re said to be evenly matched. ANN ARBOR POSSESSES BEST
The five judges for the debate, whose MILK SUPPLY IN SO. MICHIGAN
ames will be known later, will be se-
ected from heads of departments in (Continued from Page One)
he literary college. each foot of floor space. The milk
must be milked into sterilized pails
King Honors Mother of 22 through two layers of cheese cloth, be-
London, May 1. - King George re- tween which is placed cotton. The
ently sent a donation to a woman in milk is then immediately bottled and
uernsey who has just given birth cooled to 50 degrees Fahrenheit. It
> her sixth set of twins and has 10 must not be allowed to get above this
her children. Eighteen members of temperature before it reaches the con-
ris family are living. sumer. The rules also specify that
milk shall not stand for more than 36
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