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igel, '20, Oarlotte, Michigan,
F. Hall, '20, Manistique,
principal of high school.
Woodruff, '20, Charlotte,
Latin and English. I
iunert, '20, Boyne City,
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News From The Other Colleges

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Michigan,
Anna E

Helen, G. Cady, '20, Niles, Michi-
niversity of gan, English in Junior high school.
., English. Muriel R. Lambert, '20, Boyne
0, Cadillac, City, Michigan, history.
Margaret A. Miller, '20, St. Jo-
rand Haven, seph, Michigan, history.
Helen Monroe, '20, South Haven,
'20,. South i Michigan, French and Spanish.
Kenneth J. Perry, '18, Lansing,
ilding, Mich- Michigan; mathematics.
c coach. Ola Hartshorn, '20, Ionia, Michigan,
19, Jackson, French and mathematics.
Gertrude Landon, '19, Battle Cteek,
20, Traverse Michigan, mathematics.
.tendent of Lbna Mary Gould, '08, Battle Creek,
Michigan, Latin.
20, Romeo, Marion. Elizabeth Bush, '20, Ionia,
ience. Michigan, history.
tland, Mich- H. A. Tape, M.A. '20, tuclid
ia ics. Heights, ClevelAnd, Ohio, superintend-
drian, Mich- ent of schools.
It Ste. Ma- The Daily contains the litest Asso-
elated Press News.-Adv.
NS & PERSHING
KILL PAY YOU TO LOOK

Ililnols-To perpetuate the names
of the gold star Illini, those 173 men
who gave their lives in the service of;
their country, and to show their hon-
or in which their memory is held, the+
student body at the University of Il-
linois will plant an avenue of trees
about the parade ground south of the
new Armory. Soon the committee in+
charge of the memorial will begin its
campaign for funds. Pots, similar to
those used by the Salvation Army,
will be placed at all entrances to the
campus.
Washington-Washington State col-
lege athletic authorities have decided
to erect a $10,000 stadium to be ready
by next football season. The Pull-
man people have consistently lost
money on' the big games due to the
lack of seats, and have decided to
remedy the deficiency.
DePauw -- "Alice-Sit-By-The-Fire"
is the play which the senior class
will probably give at DePauw univer-
sity in commencement week this year.
The. play will be definitely settled
upon during spring vacation.
Caliornia-Dr. David P. Barrows,
newly elected president of the Univer-
sity of California, wasformally in-
duoted into office March 23, during,
the charter week ceremonies'. . Dr.
Paul S.t Rensch, former A~merican
ambassador to China, was the chief
speaker during the charter week ex-
ercises.
Georgia- A solemn agreement on
their honor as gentlemen and as stu-
dents to purchase no more hats, shoes,

or outer clothing before Sept. 1, 1920,
unless these articles decline in price
at least 25 per cent, is being circu-
lated and signed at the University of
Georgia. The agreement is not bind-
ing unless signed by at least 500 stu-
dents. Patching materials for cloth-
ing and shoes are not included in the
agreement.
Indiana - Lorado Taft, the noted
sculptor, will conduct a clourse in the
art of sculpture at Indiana universi-
ty during the next month. Some of
his chief works are his Columbus
memorial in Washington, D. C., "The
Fountain of Time," and a colossal fig-
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a cliff near Aurora, Ill.
Columbia- During a recent bliz-
zard 30 girls from Barnard cleared
snow from the streets to keep traffic
moving. The money earned was add-
ed to an endowment fund of $500,000,
which is being raised at that univer-
sity.
Iowa-A prize 'of $5 will go into
the pocket of some bright university
student who suggests a name for the
carnival to be held at Iowa univer-
sity May 1 by the Y. M. C. A. and Y.
W. C. A. There are to be absolutely
no rules'in the contest'
Beloit-- An interesting experiment
was made at Beloit college, when an
estimate was made of the total mile-
age covered by dancers at the college
dances in one year. It was found 'that
the average for each student was 18
miles a year, and total mileage for
the college was 81,000 miles.
Northwestern- John ' H. Wigmore,'
dean of Northwestern university law
school, was decorated recently with
the Legion of Honor by representa-
tives of the French government. ,About
a year ago he published a book en-
titled "Science and Learning in
France," in which he discussed the
admirable worktof various French in-
stitutions of learning. The dean's
treatment of the subject is said to
have led many students who in other
days would have sought post-graduate
courses in German universities to
choose the French instead.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper i Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
Pound in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.

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64861-Fond Recollections, ('Cello)-by Hans Kindler...........
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Upperclass baseball practice hours
at Palmer field are as follows: Sen-
iors, 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs-
day; Juniors, 5 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday.
There will be a rehearsal of act IV:
of "The New Lady Bantock", at 4
o'clock Monday in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
MASQUES TO GIVE
ENGLISH COMEDY
"The New Lady Bantock," by Jer-
ome K. Jerome, to be presented on
May 12 and 13, in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall, will be the annual pro-
duction of Masques, the women's
dramatic organization, which also has
given a number of minor plays before
the Women's league. The play is an
English comedy and is pronounced by
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director, to'
be different from any play presented
by that organization, very amusing,
and full of human and interesting
characters, well portrayed.
The cast numbers 20 and includes
even in minor parts well known dram-
atic tAlent on the campus. Particular
atteption will be given to details of
stage design.and costuming. All parts
are taken by women but the perform-
ance will be open to both men and
women of the University.

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invited. Mrs. A. Fraser, 16 S. Wash-
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GREEK LITERATURE
SPEAKER'S T 0 P I C
Mr. J. A. K. Thomson, who will talk
on "The Romantic Element in Greek
Literature" at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon in.room C of the Law build-
ing, is considered an authority on Greek
literature. ,
He was formerly a scholar of Pem-
broke college at Oxford, England,
and examiner to the University of
Aberdeen in Scotland. At the present
time Mr. Thomson is a lecturer at
Harvard university.
He is also the author of .two works
well known to classical scholars, "The
Greek Tradition" and "Studies in the
Odyssey of Homer."
Campus News.
Elaine Tappan, '19, of Brighton,
Michigan, is spending the week end
in Ann Arbor with friends.

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Mildred Connoly, '12, of Detroit, is
visiting friends here.
Earl Payne, '18E, of Detroit, F. M.
Sessions, '88, of Detroit: S. Farrell,
'17L, H. Marson, '18F, T. Y. Hewlett,
,19A, D. 0. Stetler, '17E, of Detroit,
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