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May 30, 1920 - Image 8

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ri, '21, was

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organ-
y to the
terclass
the fra-
ere vic-
and the
in the

the fraternity series Trigon won the is also said to be an underlying cause
title and the senior engineers won theI of the migration to Europe after theR
class championship by defeating all spring term ceases.
comers. The projected trip of the Architects
At the present time many events are put the idea into the heads of many
in progress. Of these fraternity in- of these studot travelers, but they do
door baseball and class baseball 'are not plan to visit the musty castles of
arousing the greatest interest. How- England and France, but will investi-
ever, besides these events the spring gate the wild life of London and Paris.
tennis tourney and the fraternity ten- Various ways and means for getting
nis'contests, the golf tourney and the across the big pond are now under
coming track meet are occupying greatconsideration. Some adventurous ones.
attention. contemplate' going across on cattle
Award Numerals boats, but after hearing the talk of
Winners in all of the open campus various ex-gob's, this project seems to
events have been awarded numerals1 have been abandoned. Several form-
and jerseys, approximately 250 sets er sailors who have seen overseas
Sservice declare tha they will have no
in the fraternity events the prize hbas Idfiut in obtaining jobs as seamen
been a cup, suitably engraved for the on some of the passenger liners.
event and sport. Besides this prize allOther students, less fortunate than
the houses are graded according to the " these, are planning to ship as cabin
plae huey read-ne torineytoandstewards, coal heavers, waiters, etc.
place they reach 4in the tourney an One former service man states that
awarded points on a certain basis. The his trip abroad is not going to cost
house which amasses the greatest total him a cent, as he plans to be enter-
of points by the end of the year will; tained by the many freinds that he
be awarded a large cup which must be made in England during the war, thus
won twice before it becomes the per- saving the cost of food and lodging.
manent property of any fraternity. A
smaller cup will be awarded for second;I
place.
At the presenthtime Alpha Delta Phi
has a long lead on the other houses,
with Theta Chi and Phi Kappa Sigma
fighting it out for second.
Primarily, the Intramural depart-
ment was.created to provide a labora-
tory for Varsity material, uncovering
and bringing to light promising men
who would n1ever have been discovered
in any other way.

By Bob Ange

4'11'

"He was the better man" is the most
acceptable of all alibis.
The lack of .boastfulness concerning
Michigan teams that has been evident
of late is an encouraging sign. At
any rate, if we miss out, our oppo-
nents can't pull that, old one about
pride and the fall. .

They say that the women outnumber
the men at Wisconsin. If the few that
we saw are representative, this is in-
deed inexplicable. .We can't see why
the influx of men doesn't swamp the
place.
Query-How much higher is the
level of the Huron on a summer's eve?
Physics students and Archimedes can

Speaking of

Sun., nTues.-Wm. Fav
shan in "The Man Who L
Himiself."

opinion of the
and its spirit.

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V

answer.

-j

ey which was held
e Christmas vaca-

Michigan is to have an exceptional
opportunity this week-end. For the
first time in the history of the Univer-
sity there is to be a great gathering
of athletes from all parts of the west.
The Conference track meet will be a
wonderful chance for Michigan to im-
press these visiting men favorably.
Hospitality is like mercy in that It
blesses both the giver and the receiver.
It 'should be the aim of every Michigan
man to see to it that the track ath-
letes leave Ann Arbor with a good

bluebook is an awful thing,
It haunts me days: ahead;
No restful moments does it bring
Until its time has sped.
I hate the creature's very looks,
It makes me likewise blue.
Cannot examination books
Be of a different hue?
As recompense for un-had fun
For this.alone I sigh-
May I feel sure when I am done
I hit it in the eye! ,

Sun., Mon., Tues. - Paulin
Frederick in "Woman in Roo
13."

ORPHEOMTI

and

the total of
is by 100 the
re organized,
he fraternity
ors engineers
in the class
22L, won the
vidual score

ORCHESTRA AND ORGAN. MUSIC
Sunday-Monday-Tuesday
,*

ere held
appa Psi

nong thi informal!
the hbkey squad
the entire season
laying all of the
around here.
er team has also

Students Would
Seek AdijeinLure
SIn Foreign Lands

evis

JT 4 37L aIi1C

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ear, having lost
amnes, and that
ds of the chain-
of the country,
'he interesting
s its exceeding-.
but two Amer-
d.
eam which was
the swimming
uad was fgrced
r limited ondi-
ery gratifying.
I hockey teai
'ere put on. In

Roaming Disposition Grips
/ Men; Seek Cosmopolitan
perlence

College
Ex

t

By Haimliton Cochran
Now that the war has been over for
a \sufficient period of time to enable
the Parisian populace' to reconstruct
a little of their pre-war gayety, many
University students have pldnned
trips abroad this summer. The pres-
ent arid condition of the United States

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ARTHUR KLEIN ANNOUNCES
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