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April 08, 1921 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-04-08

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Preparations for the annual all-Law
Crease dance given by the senior law
class, which will start at 9 o'clock1
Friday night, April 29, at the Union,7
are underway. Tickets for the affair,
which include the "Subpoena" invita-,
tion for the women, will cost $2.00 and
are now obtainable from the follow-
ing senior laws: Thurman W. Doyle,
Herman A. August, George R. Larwill,
Turner M. Rudesill, Frank L. Waltersi
Charles A. Libby, and Edward M. Mar-
tiner.
The Subpoena invitations have print-
ed at the top the following inscrip-
tions: Case of 1921, Pleasure Court,.
Bliss Circuit, State of Happiness, and
County of Joy. Then follows the in-
vitation itself.
"You are hereby commanded that,
setting aside all manner of excuse and
delay, you be and appear proudly ar-
rayed in a. manner pleasing to the
Majesty of this Pompous Court upon
the first day of the next sitting in the
Michigan Union on the twenty-ninth
day of April, nineteen hundred and
twenty-one at nine o'clock, then anid
there 'to testify the truth, to speak
without the slightest hesitation, men-
tal reservation, or secret evasion, in
certain cause the pending in our2Court
wherein Senior Laws' of 1921 are-
Plaintiffs and all Femes Sole et Covert
are Defendents, and this you will in
no wise omit upon penalty of being
debarred from pleasures of said
Court." (Signed) U. Terpsichore,
Chief of Court.
The ticket sale to all-laws will close
Wednesday, April 27.

Scabbard and Blade, national mili-
tary fraternity, has been petitioned
by the Michigan R. 0. T. C. club to I
install a chapter in the University.
Members of the organization expect
no difficulty in obtaining a charter.
Edwin Denby, secretary of the navy,
has been asked together with the com-
mander of Selfridge field to address
the organization at its annual ban-
quet in May, plans for which are now
being made.
A general discussion of the type of
uniform to be used was held at the
recent R. 0. T. C. meeting, with the
result that the Regents have been pe-
titioned to issue the type of uniform
selected torthe members of theounit.
Plans were also formulated, for the
R. O.T. C. dance which is scheduled
to take place April 22 in Barbour gym-
nasium. Tickets are now on sale to1
the general public at' Graham's book
stores at $1.00 apiece.
The next meeting of the organiza-
tion will be theld the second Tuesday
in May.

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Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Earhart will en-I
tertain. the members of the °Chinese'
Students' club, at their country home,
Friday evening, April 8. 'Automobiles
will take the members of the club to
the Earhart home, which will leave
the Methodist church at 7:15.
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It is expected to make this party an
annual affair, next year's to be , for-
mal, and to be given by the combined
forces of the V. F. W. and the R. O.
T. C.

C. units will give an informal dancing
party at Barbor Gymnasium on Friday
evening, April 22, the first Yriday
after Spring recess. Music will be
furnished by one of Ann Arbor's best
five piece orchestras and dancing will
be from 9 to 1 o'clock. Refreshments
will be served during the evening.
Major Robert Arthur and Mrs. Arthur,
Mapor Willis Shippam and Mrs. Ship-
pam will be the chaperones. The
tickets will cost one dollar and may
'be purchased from any member of the
R. O.T.C.

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R. 0. T. C. WILL
DANCE APRIL 22
" Members of the University R. O. T.

Violinist.

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Pianist

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FOR
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Club
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RT A. STANLEY, Conductor
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Honor System in Cornell
The honor system became a part
of Cornell university last Saturday
by the approval of the Board of Trus-
tees committee, the separate college
faculties having acted favorably at a
previous time. The system will be
put into active practice as soon as a
student committee, which is provided
by the constitution, has been chosen.
Law, Medical
and .
Dental Books
Bought, Sold or
Exchanged

Outdoor riding from Ann Street Stables as usual
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Wednesday Evening, April 20
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