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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

JINA;TONS FOR OFFICERS
TO BE HELD TRIS WEER
g to 'ihe fact that the medical
r of .the preliminary board of
Maj.'Robert Arthur of the Uni-
R. O. T. C. is president, has
ordered to a station in the
that board has been unable to
or the preliminary examina-
or candidates- for commissions
United States Army. In view
fact that another surgeon will
:ailed to fill the vacancy here,
ard hopes to meet before the
the week.
unusual opportunities and ex-
prospects for early promo-
tas elicited many applications,"
Major Arthur yesterday when
about the offer for-Army corn-
ns. The desired number of ap-
ons has not as yet been re-
and anyone eligible may leave
aplications at the R. O. T. C.J

which he showed the position which
boxing holds on the campus at present
and that which he expected it would
attain. The other speakers were
Coach 'Ted" Sullivan and R. V. Libo-
nati, '24m, both of whom gave' short
talks on the benefit of boxing and its
future at Michigan. Libgnati spoke
of plans which have been formed for
an inter-college boxing tournament to
be held next year in which the six
colleges of the Uniyersity will com-
pete, medals being given to the repre-
sentatives of the differlent colleges
who take part in the finals.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.
Dance at the Packard tonight.-Adv.

cation of "trained attendants" as as
sistant to registered nur 'es; tlie drive-
away bill providing fo a tax of $3 on
every autoimobile driven from the
point of manufacture and the Wel1's
bill to repeal the athietAi board of
CALENDAR OF LEGISLATIURE BE- contrOl and abollh the jab lboxin
GINS TO SHOW SIGNS comnussion.

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OF ORDER A bill designed I4 011s(t aud Wer
----._ against passage oC the \\I Iuedmnsare
Lansing, April 4-Members of the has been reported out ia I we ho u
state legislature returned to the capi- 1rovidcs that al the funds o
tol today to enter their, fourth month ahiletishterd b the stxae admlnis-
of legislative activity. For the first. athletiboard bo thg ctatainiu-
time this session the calendars, trative board. Inasmuch as one of
though still ponderous, showed signs the objections against the ahde tic
of order instead of jumbled disarray. board, as voiced in public hearings,
In both branches a number of appro- has been lack of a system for account
priation- bills had been reported out ing for funds, it is generally predicted I
of committee and were listed for final that if the bill reported out in the
action. The administrative program, house is iassed it will avert passage
with its lengthy measures for the re- of the more stringent measure.
organization of the state government
was on the Berge of completion. Sev- Grimian Buys Ausrian Newspapers
eral important bills, which have Meld Vienna, April 4.-According to re-
up the proceedings of the legislature ports current in newspaper circles
with, long debates and hot. contests, Hugo Stinnes, the great German capi
were disposed of last week. The pros- talist, is buying up the Anstrian pro:
pect seined to favor adjournment on on a big scale. It is said that he has

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T IOXING CLUB SMOKER
han 100 guests were enter-
the smoker given by the
of the Boxing club Saturday
the Union. In addition to
uing bouts, which were ex-
of clean and fast amateur
te program also included
I talks b men interested in
helton, '21, president of the
e a short opening speech in

For pure, delicious
candy perfection, try
a Burpee chocolate
covered nougat bar.

the latest date set, April 29.!
Censor Bill Up
Aside from the appropriation bills,
which rank next to the administrative
program in importance, the Strom
motion picture censorship bill, prom-
ised to afford one of the principal
contests this week. This measure has
been bitterly opposed in public hear-

acquired turee papers in Vienna (The
Tageblatt, Mittags Zeitung and the
Oct Uhr Blatt), one in Linz, and one
in Graz, and has started a new paper
in Klangenfurt.
U7se the advertising columns ofa The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

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ings, and .has been radically amended. A S HO JNTE i
It is understood to have the approval SIUo TA I) S Toa
of the governor, and many organiza-
tions throughout the state are urging This course covers ten easylessons
which will enable the Studrien t, Pro-
its passage. Another measure in the fessor, Journalist, Doctor, Lawyer or
same class which may figure in a anyone seeking a professional career,
floor battle this week is the Dacey bill to go thru life with 100 per cent efli-
-providing for state supervision of pa- cie ncy.
rochal and denominational schools. T'illSCOURSE
The house committee on education Is short and inexjiensive, and is
virtually killed the bill last week, but nith a money ack guarantee
it is reported that members of thatsg
committee have been urged to recon- Send This Clih igToay
sider and it is possible that the bilyl
may still be reported out. y
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, Hart BillDefeated 'ell-y or'. 'Ciy
The Hart capital punishment bill Gentleien :-Enclosed herewith
was apparently finally disposed of is $5.00 for which kinlly send
last week, when it was again defeated me your shorthand course in
lacking two of a majority. No at- ten easy lessons by malt. It is
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vote.
The twin public utilities bills, one Name ........
already reported out in the senate Street............
and the ether expected out in the
house, also promised to meet strenu- City and Stpte....
ous opposition. The Osborn bill in
the senate has been greatly modified,
but even as amended it is generally
believed that it will meet with stern
opposition from these legislators who
hold the view that it is a menace to
the home rule rights of municipali-
ties. Ddy
Four Bills of Interest

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each of which considerable interestI
has been attached by recent public
hearings, which may be launched on
their legislative travels this week.
The so-called closed hospital bill is
prominent among them. It is still in
committee, and has been the subject
of two hearings. It would levy an ad
valorum tax on all hospitals in the so-
called cloned" class. Qpponents of
the measure contend that these hos-
pitals are in reality charitable insti-
tutions and could not stand the high
assessments. The other bills in the
group are those providing for certifi-

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