gory, H. J. Watson, L. Selling, R.I
zodgers, R. A. Sullivan, W. Bend-I
)n, L. H. Treat, R. E. Nettleton, E.
, C. K. Strozensky, M. Newton, C.
!ades, H. L. WNaha, B. F. Kerwin,
L. Leader, 1V. Gilbert, R. J. Dunne,
Wilson, F. Steketee, E. Vick.
he freshman heavyweights ire:
F. Copp, W. J. Van Orden, W. A.
,on, W. Bastian, R. Chenot, C. D.
fly, A. F. Dittmer, E. M. Keeler,
~Crawforth, C. Ely, C. Kuhn, P. G.
bel, C. G.Robertson, E. Chapman,
1. Barris, J. H. Truvorrow, D. Pa-
C. Sage, G. E. Planck, S. C. Childs,
:Bailey, H. Friedman, B. A., Levy,
------ 1fessor Feulillerat.
That the quality of French clear-t
ness in literature is due to careful INlVORMATION AVAILABLE ON
composition, the ability to generalize' OPERA DANCING~ CLASSES
and the use of good selection an~d
forceful logic was the keynote of a All men interested in Mr. Hoyer's
French lecture, "Intellectual Qua!;- class in dancing preparatory to the
ties of the French," given' by Prof. A.! 1921 Union opera can secure informa-
Feuillerat, of the University of Ren tion from 5 to 6 o'clock Friday, from.
nes, yesterday afternoon at the Nat.- ;I to 2 o'clock Saturday, and from 5
ural Science auditorium. I to 6 o'clock Monday in room 308 of
"In science the French are more the Union.
on sale to-
nion from 1
e has been
'ormal to in-
n tup for in-
ned up last
ve a larger
n the coun-
.t the same
en will re-
G. R. Sutton, R. Chamberlin, J. E.j
Johns; H. Watcher, H. G. Dunphy, L.
E. Whalley, E. Larson, C. A. Pipp, C.
iM. Kindel, M. W. Heath, J. H. Nichol-
son, G. R. Holton, R. H. Rolland,
D. M. Whitesell, E. D. Tramp, H.
Miller, W. R. Kreinheder.
'The freshman middleweights are:
D. M. Layer, L. C. Jacobs, H. G. Gar-i
man, L. G. Wilkowski, 'J. C. Baker, G.
Ef. Chapin, H. E. Peterson, N. C. Com-
fort, W. H. Schwartz, P. F. Schultz,
C. J. Andreasen, F. B. Buell, J. E.'
King, L. F. O'Conner, E. T. Settle, 0. S.
Hult, E. H. Puls, El. H. Davis, C. G..
Myer, J. C. Satterthwait, A. G.Maihof.-
er, H. Bibwell, 3. H. Fisher, E. Ander-
son, G. Schultz, J. G. Jones, T. H.
Hovenden, G. D. Andrews, W. Her-
rick, C. H. Van Donk, A. H. Mills, R.
F. Lewis, M. S. Goldring, C. Briggs,
A.. H. 'Wagner, C. E. Rankin, R. 3.
Albright, H. Cites, A. H. Reimann, 'J.
The freshman lightweights are: W.
D: Chase. S. Seigel, A. R. Naser, A.
W. Hanigan, H. 3. Olmstead, F. C. Val-
vo, M. M. Ketik, K. W. Petersn, H. R.
Stanley, L. J. Crane, W. 0. Ekebald,
C. El. Beardsley, D. A. Endre's, Al. E.'
Croxton, S. W. Brazee, W. L. R chard-
son, W. Cooley, A. E. Borsum, P. Mil-
ler-, E. G. Newhall, R. C. Baker, C. E.
Perry, G. El. Culp, R. K. Osgood, D. D.
Boothley, P. Carlson, R. Allaben, F.
A. Brossy J. ,C. Hanna, R. E. Kean, W..
H1. McCracken, H. Popkins, W. R. Nor-
ton, W. L. Yeo, D. A. Stone, G. S. New-
combe, R. Crary, H. C. Mitchell, 3. FE.
Smiggen, H. FE. Adams,
BONUS BILL EXPLAINED To
NAVAL MILITIA CLUB
The Naval Militia club held a smolt.
HEY, THERE, BUDDIE, YOU WITH THE,
GOLD STRIPE !
(Armay, NVavy, ard Marine Corps)
Bring your. Mademoiselle to Barbour Gymnasium
Saturday, May Fif teenth-Nine 'P. M.
and Put you old hob-:Pails into rhythm with
Ike Fisher's Jazz Musict
BEA UCO UP REFRESHMENTS
TICK ETS $I.25
Try a hBox unc
B eckers Deilicatessen
119 East Liberty"
OPEN SIUNDAYS 4'T O 6 P. M.
Hey Boyl Have Yotj
Food At The
Pure foods at low prices,
Everything displayed oni
Select .just what appeal
n they can
.or will put
be glad to
e* aun L-a eue wee4~Lb *4C , **Sflu.. --
in room 319 of the Union. Prof. J. S. 4
Reeves spoke on the bonus question; . , '- j
pointing out the bad effects that would
result i the bonus bill should pass
congre~. Gustave Ritz and his son,,
Harold, who are known as the "Whis-*
tling Ritzs," and Archie. McDonald, =" i .
'22L, entertained._2LY r: 4 _ -
ie War Path
-e they could
Lrded their bla.-
rmas of the xnen
whloop, and' one tribesman
,ect, dancing around the circle1
blazing faggots in 'his hands.
the ceremony of Bear meat:
participated in by the entire
chi sniatching a strip of raw
tI from the -outstretched arm~
varrior. Then; the Peace
ding out its clouds of filmy
d the chant of Michigamua,
tg in a flaring yell.
sly, each "paleface" had been
a rope by a buckskin thong,
the final shout of the chant
d through the operj, windows
,ity Hall, where heads stuck
the profusion of dandelions
n, the palefaces were led
7eir heads were bent down,
to the secret places, there to
secrets of the tribe, there
he wisemen; there to learn
ds and the meaning of the
Our stock of light colored goods for hot weather is lef
and very complete, all of high grade material.
We will be glad to reserve your fall and winter
We have the goods nowe.
Sam.71Burchfield F& Co.
.1-04Last Huron Street
undies of Boston.
.7 So. Man-Adv.
s .of Cleveland.