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News From The Other CollegesI

FLOWERS Fl
Cousins &
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Phone 115

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
itancorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $650,000.00
Resources ....... $4,000,OOANI
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
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Syrause-Former Senator Francis
Hendricks, a member of the board of
trustees of Syracuse university, is to
give what amounts to another $200,000
to that institution. He recently turn-
ed dver property to the university, to
be utilized as an added athletic field,
which was estimated to be worth
$200,000.
Higher education in America reach-
ed the limit when Syracuse uniersity
announced the establishment of a
course to train press agents, theatri-
cal and other ise. The course, camou-
laged under the designation, "Co-op-
erative News Gathering," is the first
of its kind in the United States, if
not in the world.°
Grinnell-The Grinnell Scarlet and
Black won first place in the front page
make-up contest which was a feature
of the fourth annual convention of
the Iowa College Press association.
Eleven other dblleges were repre-
rented..
Harvard-The Harvard Crimson has
recently adopted a five column news
page instead of the four-column one
to which it has adhered since 1883,
when the word Crimson was first con-
nected with the pper. This step has
been contemplated for some time. For
several Cears the Crimson has been
the only one of the undergraduate
Journals among the larger colleges
and universities of the country to
hold to the small page form. In its
new form the paper is increased by
one column in width and five inches in
length.
Dakota Wesleyan-Dr. W. D. Scher-
merhorn, president of Dakota Wesley-
an. university, recently headed a pa-
rade of the campus Overall club,
adorned in bib .overalls. The club
there is made up of about 100 of the
students.
Wisconsin - The traditional fresh-
men's green cap will not be. worn this
spring oby ex-service men of the fresh-
men class who saw a year of service
or more. The exemption has. been
made onthe ground that these men
are older than the average freshman
and would have been ,first-year stu-
dents two years ago if the war had not'
delayed their 'college education.
Cornell-A School of Journalism at
Cornell is asked for in a petition ad-
dressed to the trustees of the univer-
sity by~1 undergraduates, members
of Sigma Delta Chi, national profes-
sional Journalistic fraternity. The pe-
tition states that the students who
signed it feel the need of instruction in
modern Journalism as part of the un-
dergraduate course of instruction.
California--The seniors of the Uni-
NO SPECIAL OVERSEAS CLUB
UNION CANDIDATE-JOHNSON
Wishing to correct any false impres-
sion that might have arisen on the
campus concerning the nomination of
Paul W. Eaton, '21, for the presidency
of the Union, Roy W. Johnson, '20,
president of the Overseas club of the
University, made the following state-
Inent last night:
"I want to make it understood that
Eaton is not necessarily the club's
candidate, although a number of the
overseas men a're in favor of him. The
petition was not circulated among the
overseas men solely, but pupon the
campus at large."
Faculty Plays Ball at Yale

New Haven, May 7.-A faculty base-
ball nine is the latest acquisition at
Yale, and the professors are most en-
thusiastically quitting their class-
rooms for the diamond. Prof. William
Lyons Phelps, of the English depart-
ment, is captain and manager, and is-
sued a call to the faculty in true rhe-'
torical form, quoting from Mrs. Brown-
ing to the effect that the instructors
must always be respected, whether at
quizzes or on the athletic field.
Cut Red Tape for Service Men
On June 2 all soldiers 'honorably
discharged from the army will have
the opportunity of being admitted to
citizenship without the usual delay.
The soldier must show phis discharge
papers and secure two citizens to iden-
tify him. He may then make out his
petition ,and immediately obtain his
citizenship papers.
A diamond ring with cluster set in
platinum and guard was, lost in the
ladies' rest room in the natural sci-
ence building about 7 o'clock Friday
evening. The owner may be found at
1205-J. A reward has been offered for
its recovery.

versity of California gather for half
an hour each week to hold a sing. rte-
cently the singing was turned over to
the juniors in complianee with a tra-
dition in order that the purpose of the
gathering throughout the year could
be explained, and the responsibilities
of senior life emphasized.
Iit omen
All girls interested in entering the
Spring tennis tournament should sign
up for. it in Barbour gymnasium not
later than Friday, May 7.
Short stories to be entered in Stylus
short-story contest should be send to
a member of Stylus before May 15.
* Spring tryouts for Athena Literary
society will take place Tuesday, May
15.
Baseball practice hours are as fol-
lows: Freshmen, Moday at 5 o'clock;
sophomores, Monday at 4 o'clock, jun-
iors, Tuesday and Thursday at 5'
o'clock; seniors, Tuesday and Thurs-
day at 4 o'clock..
Westerners' club members are to
give their second dance Saturday,
May 29, at the Packard acadmey. Plans
will be announced in detail at club
meeting Wednesday, May 26. Tickets
may be reserved with George Lott,'23,
phone 2444-J.
A few scores for "Patricia Passes"
are still to be obtained at Helen New-
berry residence.
All girls wishing to earn an athletic
honor point by hiking to Dixborough
should meet at Barbour gymnasium
today at 1:15 o'clock.. ,
Spring tryouts for Athena Literary
society will take place Tuesday, May
15.
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30
o'clock Tuesday night with-Anna Kirk-
patrick.
Helen Newherry residence is enter-
taining at tea on Sunday afternoon
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Page and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Tices' Drug Sfore, 117 So. Main.-Adv.
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. on disp la y a
very exclusive a n d
up-to-date showing of
SPRING MILLINERY
At the Parlors of
Stevens & Pershing
61 SPaklard St.
We also carry a fine line of
_ Hair Goods.

Olives

Trubey'S
Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
.Ice Cream,- Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166

Prime Rib Roast of Beef
Brown Gravy
Baked Young Chicken
Sage Dressing
Early June Peas I
Creampd Potatoes
Head Lettuce Salad
DESSERT
Cherry Pie Vanilla Ice Cream
Strawberry Sundae

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COME EARLY
A la Carte Service, 5 to 7 P. 1.
WILLITS CAFE
315 Si State street
Phone 173

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Spring Caps

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WANTED
WANTED-Students desired for sum-
mer work. Positions open in near-
ly every state. Must be aggressive.
Begt of wages. Box G. M., Daily.
WANTED-Men with spare time to
fill odd jobs. University Y. M. C. A.
employment office.
WANTED-Room for two ladies, May
19-22. Addreas Box E. A., care of
Daily.
WANTED-Student to set tables and
wash silverware for board. Phonei
2570. Ask for Stewardess.
-FOR SALE

gineering Arch dur-
gray borsalino hat.
call Stegner; phone
rel Hamilton watch;
near the Engineering
reward. Call Baker,
Mi jeweled fraternity1
tiering Arch. Finderl
0-J or 2378.
)rawing Instruments
noon. Call 2245-R.
Ave.
three-quarter. over-
neering or Physics{

The FOUNTAIN ROOM BEAUTIFUL
SUMMER SESSION 1920
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
More than Soo courses conducted by a staff of 26o mem-
bers of the regular faculties. All University facilities avail-
able. Favorable conditions for advanced study.
Literature, Science, and tVC Arts, Engineering and Arch-
itecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study, Library Methods, Bio-
logical Station, Embalming and Sanitary Science, June 28-
August 20; Medicine and Surgery, June 28-August 8; Law,
June 2I-July 24 and July 26-August 28; Field Courses in
Geology and Geography in Southern Kentucky, August 30-,
September 25.
-Exceptional opportunities for summer study. .The work
is equivalent in method, character, and credit value to that of
the academic session, and is counted towards degrees. . Many
special lectures, recitals, concerts, and excursions. Cosmo-

FOR SALE-Two May Festival tict-
ets. Entire course, ',$9.50. First
three numbers, both tickets, $5.00.
Call 979-T.
FOUND '.
FOUND-Gold Cuff link with initials
W. B., near Engineering Arch. In-
quire at Daily for same.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Single room near cam-
pus for young lady. 17244.
XISCELLANEOUS
CALL PACKAGE express. Parcels de-
livered to any part of the city

w scrap, 2;zx
Finder please

' politan student body.

Delightful location. Expense low. For

further information address T. E. RANKIN,.Box
Arbor, Michigan.

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