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THE MICHlIGAN DAILY ~

TUESDAY, MAY 15 ,

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News From The Other Colleges

UNIVERSITY Y. W. C. A. ELECTS the cabinet. Prof. Dora Barnes and
OFFICERS TO ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. H. G. Rasehbacher were elected
- for a term of three years. Mrs. W.
Three new members of the advisory A. Frayer was re-elected. The board
board of the University Y. W. C. A. consists of nine members, three new
were elected at the last meeting of members being elected each year.
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all three flavors
In the sealed
Packages-but look
for the name
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Iowa-Compulsory courses in, ora-
tory are to be installed in the liberal
arts college of the University of Iowa
next year. Expression, articulation
and ability to think clearly when
standing before an audience will beI
the aim of the course. The course willj
consist of two hours of oral English,
one hour of laboratory and one hour
of recitation.
Indiana-Plans for a "university
day" are materializing at the Univer-
sity of Indiana. This day, it is hoped,
will be made an annual affair and de-
velop into a tradition. There will be
a parade, in which each organization
will be represented by a float, a base-
ball game between the faculty and a
student team, a big campus "feed" at
noon, a college sing at sundown. To
wind up the day properly, a dance
will be given in the evening.
Nebraska-"The Pageant of Free-

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dom," depicting in the form of a se-
ries of symbolical representations the
progress of political freedom and the
characteristic contributions of the al-
lied nations to this cause, will be given
in connection with the semi-centennial'
celebration of the University of Ne-
braska from May 23 to 24. Nearly 100
people, most of whom are students in
the university, will take part. The
pageant will be held on the campus.
Pennsy'lvania State College - Penn
State is to have an athletic field ca-
pable of giving physical exercise to
2,500 students at the same time. Al-
ready a nine-hole golf course is near-
ing completion and is expected to be
in use within a month. Other devel-
opments of the 80-acre tract; which is
to be devoted to athletics, will in-
clude 12 football fields, four soccer
fields, two lacrosse fields, two hock-
ey fields, 40 tennis courts, 10 basket-
ball courts, and a half-mile track.
CONNECT WITH THE CONNECTICUT
MUTUAL
Life Insurance Co., organized 1846: My
educational course free to the right
graduate. Don't see me unless you
think you are a salesman. J. Fred
Lawton, '11, General Agent, 610 Far-
well Building, Detroit.-Adv.

ESTABLISHED 1818
MADISON AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEKW YORK

Telephone Murray Hill 8800

because It Is Your
protection against
inferior imitations,
Just as the sealed
Package Is Protec-
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We have been oblige i to cancel all further
visits of our representatives
previously announced forthis Spring
We shall, however, be glad
to be of service to purchasers in our
New York Store

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To University Students,

School Children,

and the General Public

Bicycle riding anywhere upon the Campus except
in regular driveways has been forbidden by the Board
of Regents, in accordance with Public Act. No. 80 of
1905 as amended by Public Act No. 302 of 1907.
Violators are subject to prosecution under the terms of
these Acts. The Buildings and Grounds Department
has been instructed by the Regents to enforce this
legislation. These regulations are entirely separate
and distinct from the City ordinance relative to riding
bicycles upon sidewalks.I

PROFESSORS WILL HELP
LOOK O E IDLE LNDS
As a result of a resolution passed
by the Michigan Academy o Science
in its annual meeting, a committee
has been formed to investigate the
condition of idle lands in Michigan
and to formulate a program for their
development.
On this committee, two University
men are represented: Prof. C. 0.
Sauer, of the geology department.. as
chairman, and Prof. P. S. Lovejoy, of
the forestry department. Others on
the committee are Professor Cox, farm
crops; Professor Bessey, botany; Pro-
fessor Heduck, economics, all of Mich-
igan Agricultural college; Professor
Carlton, of Albion; and Professor
H-ar'vey, of Kalamazoo.
This represents, it is said, one of the
first attempts of the scientists of the
state to co-operate in the solution of
a problem of state wide significance
an,d interest.
Among other things, a public pro-
gram is projected for the next annual
meeting at Ann Arbor for the pre-
sentation of the findings of the com-
mittee.
Fresh Features
Found For Frolic
With the five-piece Ponchartrain
orchestra playing the latest and best
dance music, with unique programs,
and ornate decorations, the Frosh
Frolic to be given Friday in Barbour
gymnasium is expected to surpass any
other dance given by the first year
men.
The social committee promises many
surprises in the way of refreshments
and unusual features.' Of the 200
tickets more than 100 have been sold
to lit freshmen alone and with ex-
tending of an invitation to all other
Frosh classes it is expected that the
remaining ones will soon be disposed
of.
Between 1 and 3 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon the tickets will be on sale in
the corridor of University hall and
they may be bought at any time at the
Union desk for $2.20. The upperclass-
es may be given the privilege of attend-
ing the Frolic if the sale goes slowly
in the last few days.
CLASSIFIED
WANTED
WANTED-A good chef and a good
second cook for large boys' camp
situated in Michigan. Good posi-
tion for the right parties. Man who
has been cooking for a fraternity
preferred. Employment from July
1 toAugust 24. Working conditions
excellent. Railroad fare both ways.
In answering state experience, sal-
ary expected, and references. Also
state nationality; also state if you
desire to furnish own second cook
and salary expected for him. Ad-
dress, Earle W. Beckman, 411
Bush Bldg., Flint, Michigan.
WANTED - Several men who want
work after school is out. Phone
1775, today, for information.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Furnished seven room
house, for summer school session-
all conveniences, four blocks from
the campus. Large yard, moderate
rent; references, 528 Walnut. Phone
2365-W.
FOR RENT-Modern four room apart-
ment for rent. Call Apt. A, 602 E.
Liberty.

LOST
LOST-Friday afternoon on Division
street or campus, a leather leash,
with snap for a dog collar. Phone

BOSTON SALES-OFFICES
TPEMONT COR. BOYLsToN STREET

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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-May Festival Cover Cou-
pons and tickets; Evening gowns,
dress suits. White Elephant Shop.
10 Nickels Arcade.
FOR SALE-May Festival ticket. Sec-
ond row, first balcony, entire course.
Also one ticket for Friday night.
hone 1775 or 2276-W.
FOR SALE - Two Tickets Festival
Concerts-good seats-main floor.
Entire course or separate concerts.
Call 964-M.
FOR SALE-Three Festival tickets,
middle section, first floor, for Sat-
urday evening. Call 484-J.
FOR SALE-Two full course May Fes-
tival tickets. Sixth row, first bal-
cony. Call Lane, 357.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets
for Friday and Saturday matinee.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-May Festival course tick-t
et or single concerts, main floor.
Call 1810-J.
FOR SALE--One May Festival ticket,
first balcony, fourth row. Call
1738-J.
FOR SALE-Three May Festival sea-
son tickets, main floor center. Call
179.
FOR SALE--One May Festival ticket,
lower floor. Call1892.
F0IOR SALE--Two May Festival tick-
et reduced price. Call 236.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival cou-
pons at half price. Call 2118-M.
FOR SALE--Bass drum. Call Wright.
383.
FOR SALE-Let The Daily sell that

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