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Sir Club To Have
Use ofAerodrome

hospital build- Student Volunteer Movement Will
time rather Supply Workers for Methodist
atement from Campaign
truction Tes-
Thirteen thousand professional
conditions and openings for men and women with
materials de- college training in practically any
dvanced. department of the arts and sciences
h was practi- are being created by the Centenary ex-
t fall, is now pausion of the Methodist Episcopal
e steam ashov- church during the next four years,
the loose dirt according to an announcement by the

Arrangements have been made be-
tween the Michigan Aeronautical so-1
ciety and Major Boots of Selfridge'
field for greater co-operation be-
tween the a club and - aerodrome at:
Mt. Clemens. A system has been
worked out granting to the members
of the club the use of several of the
planes at Selfridge field. Each week-
end a group from the club will make
use of this opportunity.

College Exehanges
Harvard-General Pershing has ac-
cepted an invitation. from the Univer-
sity to speak at a commemorative cel-
ebration to be held on Memorial day,
in memory of the 350 Harvard men
who gave their lives in the war
against Germany. This is the first
Memorial day celebration which Gen-
eral Pershing will have had an op-
portunity to take part in since his
return from France.t
The college entrance requirements
to Harvard haye been modified by a
vote of the faculty. No longer will it
be necessary to pass a written exam-
ination to enter the university. A
system which is an adequate judge of
intellect, rather than of specialized
cramming, has not been devised, in
spite of experiments such as Har-
vard's "New Plan" and Columbia's
"Psychological Examinations."
Wisconsin-A half-acre of milfoil
is a new crop to be cultivated this

year in the drug garden of. the phar-
maceutical experiment station of the
Univer'sity of Wisconsin, and the gar-
den as a whole will, be slightly en-
larged, according to present plans.
Out of the 7,000 students at the
University of Wisconsin this semes-
ter it was found that there are 67
Smiths, 49. Johnsons, 34 Millers, 32
Taylors, 30 Jones, and 26 Browns.
ICommunications I
Editor, The Michigan Daily:.
There are many ways and means to
boost for Michigan. This past Sunday
brought to a certain section of the
City of Detroit a way that increases
the confidence oftcitizens of this state
in the ability of the University to de-
velop manhood and scholarship at
one and the same time.. The message
from Michigan came through a depu-
tation, consisting of six undergradu-
ates, sent by one of the Ann. Arbor
churches.
These"Michigan Men" presented'
their religious views so sincerely and

reflected, the advantages of
training so thoroughly, that it c5
said truly that every father and i
er who heard departed with the
viction, that should it be within
gower to give their children a
ersity training, our own state
versity can be trusted with
care.
Why not more deputation wot
the students? Why not let the
ity of the developing product
for itself?
DOUGLAS A. GRAHAM
Comedy Club to Hold Tryon
Tryouts for the Comedy club a
be held between 9 and 12 o'clock
urday morning in room 205 1
hall. All who are interested ax
quested to be prepared to gi'
short reading, although this is
absolutely necessary. The tryout
open to students of all classes
schools of the University.

rationst
slow in
>ad strik
ng dela3

during life service department of that de-
nomination.
arriv- These appointments are for all
e, and parts of the earth, where colleges,
yed, it schools, orphanages, hospitals, and
ntend- demonstration farms are maintained
rly all. by the various departments of the
ght is Methodist Episcopal church organiza-
tion. Many. of the appointments will
ng the be filled by applicants who come
resent through the Student Volunteer move-
nt, and meat, which has' chapters in nearly,
ing is every college in the United States and
Dn the Canada. The Student Volunteer band
numbers about 25 at Michigan.

It is also planned to renovate

a

balloon which is being kept in stor-
age in Ann Arbor within a short
time. This balloon, which has a ca-
pacity of four passengers, willbe op-
erated either as a captive or as a
free balloon.
A commercial plane has been se-
cured to make flights in Ann Arbor
and it is planned to sell rides to stu-
dents.
The Daily's specialty Is service to
everyone.--AdV.

The Daily contains the
clated Press News.-Adv.

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