THE MICHIGAN DAILY
In a history quiz one warm morn
ing last week an instructor was ex-
plaining the eccenticities of the Brit-
ish cabinet system to a class of extra
sleepy freshmen in Tappan hall. The
instructor was waxing eloquent when
the air was disturbed by a most ex-
The instructor stopped and his
sharp eye swept the class, but strange
as it seemed to him, the members were
as puzledas he.
He went on with the quiz, and then
again a most pleading "Blaaaaaa!
This tile he went to the window,
and there, sure enough, right in Pres-
ident Burton's tennis court, was, as
fourteen co-eds exclaimed, "The
cutet, duckiest, woolies t little goat!"
But as the Preside's gardener ex-
plained later to a Daily reporter,
"'Taint a goat, it's a lamb, and," he
went on, "It's a most wicious lamb
he'll be in a few more years."
President Burton himself bought the
lamb to keep on his "campus estate."
IN UNION MAY 26
Members of the R. 0. T. C. club will
hold a banquet in the Union, May 26,
in what will probably be the last
meeting of the year. J. A. Bursey,
Dean of Students, and Captain Fred-
erick Hoorn, U. S. A., will be the
guests of honor and will address the
The retiring president of the club,
QM. W. Turner, M2E, will turn the bsi-
nes's of the organization over to the
newly elected president, Robert L.
Neale, '22E. Tickets for the affair will
be $1.50, and may be ontained from R.
0.T. C. students or at the R. 0. T. C.
"ALLT JUDGE CLASS" OF IOWA
UNIVERSITY PLANS REUNION
Judges of the American judiciary
from far and wide, all members of the
graduating class of 1881 from the col-
lege of law at the Univers ty of Iowa,
will attend the fortieth annual reunion
of the class at commencement time in
June on the ;Iowa campus.
It".is interesting to note that, al-
though not every member of this class
of 1881 is a judge, it is, nevertheless,
sometimes referred to as the "All
Judge Class" because of the large per-
centage of its members who hold posi-
tions in the various law courts of the
ALLYN K. FOSTER SCHEDULED
TO SPEAK HERE NEXT SUNDAY
Dr. Allyn K. Foster, of New York
City, who speaks here Sunday morn-
ing at 10:30 at the First Baptist church
on the "Scientific Nature of Religion,"
has had much experience as a speaker,
especially in regard to students. Dur-
ing the war he was effective as a
speaker to soldiersinFrance and Bel-
gium. When the war ended Dr. Fos-
ter returned to the United States and
has since addressed numbers of stu-
dents at various universities and col-
Illinois Receives Big Appropriation
Without a single cut or the least op-
position, an appropriation bill, pro-
viding for $10,500,000 for the state uni-
versity at Urbana for the next two
years, was unanimously passed recent-
ly by the House of Representatives of
the state legislature of Illinois. The
fact that there was not a dissenting
voice is unusual in legislative affairs,
and it has led to the prediction that
the state senate will act speedily and
favorably upon the bill.
SOPHS REPORTING WELL
FOR PHYSICAL EAMS.
Reports from the University Health
service indicate that Sophomores are
reporting fairly well for the medical
examinations, about ,500 having ap-
peared so far. These examinations
will continue right up to the last
week of school, when it is expected
that all Sophomores will have been
General impressions from the tests
so far indicate a physical improve-
nnent in the men, according to Dr.
Warren E. Forsythe, director of the
University Health service.
Health service officials also stated
that men hurt in the Spring games
are improving and no serious injury
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ing the highest grade merchandise in Ann Arbor, and now is your opportunity to buy at a big
$45.00 and $48.50 Suits
$55.00 and $60.00 Suits
PALM BEACH SUITS, worth $27.00 and $30.00,
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1,000 beautiful All Silk Neckties, some
worth $2.50, now
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7.00 Straws now................... 6.00
TO OBTAIN SOME OF
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