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SATURDAY, MAY 21,1921.

Number 162.

D Professors and Instructors in the University:
Following the custom of previous years academic costume is to be
orn by all members of the faculty at the Baccalaureate Service, Sunday,
ine 26, and at Commencement, Thurday, June 30.
A gown of good material and in style correct to accord with your deJ
-ee will be furnished at the University's expense provided your application
.erefor (blank may be had at the office of the undersigned) is filed with
e Secretary of the University not later than Saturday, June 4. The blank
ould be filled out and filed as much earlier than this date as may be feasi-
e. Effective cancellations may be filed not later than Wednesday, June 15.
Members of the Faculty who avail themselves of this arrangement are
:pected to provide the academic cap at their own expense; tk be retained
them as their own property. Those who desire to secure the Doctor's
Master's hoods can purchase them from any of the h6uses handling caps
7d gowns. The University furnishes only the academic gown.
Gowns furnished under this arrangement will be ready for delivery on
e morning of Saturday, June 25, and delivery will be made to the members
the Faculty in Room 203, University hall, directly opposite the entrance
om the second floor hallway into the University hall auditorium. Members
the faculties will retain the gowiA until after the .Commencement exer-
ses. For those who are unable to attend the Baccalaureate Service, Room
3 will be open at 8 in the morning of Commencement Day and gowns may
obtained at that time. All gowns should be returned to Room 203 im-
ediately after the exercises or during the afternoon' of Commencement.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
udents of Second Session, Camp Davis:
Students of this group are to reach Camp Davis on Saturday, July 30.
ie parties should- be made. up and buildings assigned, as far as may be
ssible, within the next two weeks. Do nbt forget Treasurer's receipt and
mp ticket. A meeting will be held by mien of the second session Tuesday
ening, May 24, at 7 p. M., Room 311, Engineering building. Lantern slides
om the camp will be shown. C. T. JOHNSTON.
he Rhodes Scholarships:
On December 3, 1921, the State Committee for Michigan will select
om the nominees of the'University and of the colleges of the State one
ndidate for a Rhodes Scholarship for 1922.' A scholar elected for that
ar will go into residence at Oxford in.October, 1922. The University is
ivileged to nominate to the State Committee not more than five and se-
ction will be made sometime in June by the University Committee. Ap-
ications should be in my hands not later than Saturday, June 4. Informa
>n and conference at the office of the Graduate School.
ALFRED H. LLOYD,
Chairman of University Rhodes Scholarship Committee.-

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PLANASSOCIATIIOON
(Continued from Page One)
university at which the convention is
to be held the following year..For ex-
ample, if it is decided to meet at Mad-
ison next year, the president shall 'be
chosen from among the Wisconsin de.-
egates who will be present at that'
time.
The entire constitution will be re-
vised as suggested yesterday and
printed copies will be distributed at:
the second meeting of the Conference
this morning, at which time a vote
will be taken for its final adoption.
Discuss Various Problems
After the matter of the constitution
had been disposed with, the associa-
tion brought various Conference
problems up for discussion. Among
the more important ones were the
Conference ruling about professional-
ism in intercollegiate baseball, news-
paper editorial policy, libel, and news

conditions caused the difference in
opinions.
The representatives spent last eve-
ning in viewing the Cap night cere-
monies.
The following are the delegates who
are xpresent at the convention: Her-
bert Byer, Ohio State Sun-Dial, Ohio
State university; Charles P. Mac-
Innis, Daily Cardinal, University of
Wisconsin; Thomas W. Phelps, Min-
nesota Daily, University of Minneso-
ta; Charles S. Nelson, Ohio State Lan-
tern, Ohio State university; Carlos W.
del Plaine, Minnesota Techno-log,
University of Minnesota; Donald F.-
Lafuze, The Daily Illini, University
of Illinois; bloyce K. Huston, The
Daily Iowan, University of Iowa; No-
ble C. Butler, The Indiana Student,
Indiana unuiversity.
HILLERY AND BANKS ELECTED
TO COUNCIL BY SOPH LITS
Sophomore lits elected V. F. Hill-
ery and T. P. Banks to the Student
council in a special campus election
yesterday. The ballots for this of-
fice in they All-campus election were

DEL PLAINE TO ADDRESS
COSMOPOLITA CLUBS
SPEAKER HEADS ORGANIZATION
AT UNIVERSITY OF
MINNESOTA
C. W. del Plaine, president of the
Minnesota chapter of the Cosmopoli-
tan club and a member of the na-
tional executive council, will address
the Cosmopolitan clubs, men and
women, at 8 o'clock tonight in Lane
hall. Del Plaine will talk on the na-
tional campaign for. $95,000 which is
now under way for the combined Cos-
mopolitan clubs.

Del

ciation sessions, repi
Minnesota Techno-log.
dress, he will hold infor
members of the clubs
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gathering and handling. In regard to
professional baseball ,it was decided1
to bring the subject up for discus-I
sion this morning when a resoldtiont
giving the Editorial conference opin-
ion on the subject will be drawn up.,
Remuneration for needy college ath-(
letes was discussed with the resultf
that all the editors present agreed
that everything possible . should be1
done to prevent so-called "soft jobs"
being given to these athletes, but that!
all means should be exerted to provide
adequate, paying, worth-while posi-
tions for them.
"Beats" Called Unsuecessful
Various technicalities regarding
newspaper work such as "beat" as-,
signments, covering news, and edi-
torial policies, were considered. Some
of the representatives claimed the
beat system unsuccessful, others de-
clarel it the best way of getting all
the news, but all agreed that local

The vote was as follows: Hillery,
175; Banks, 148; R. C. Whitlock, 111;
A. H. Mills, 48.
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Make Your Selection for Commencement Early
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SATUEDAY
All- members of Wesleyan guild
t at Methodist church for open-
breakfast.
Interscholastic meet, Ferry field.
-Meeting of Howe club, Union.
May Festival concert, Hill au.
ium.
Chicago-Michigan track meet,
y field.
Upper Room Bible class meets,
ax room, Lane hall.
Meeting of the Cosmopolitan
s to meet C. W. del Plaine, of the
ersity of Minnesota, Lane hafl.
May Festival concert, Hill audi-

SUNiDAY
y Men's Bible class
room, Lane hall.
anday services with ad
.rwood Eddy, Hill audi-

J 10AP
(Continued from Page One)
Singing of "The Yellow nd Blue"
followed the conclusion of Judge
Heston's speech.
Then, as the entire assembly sang
"Where, Oh Where Are the Verdant
Freshmen?" the freshmen formed
their snake dance and circled the huge
fire, tossing on the blazing pile the
insignia: of their days as oppressed
yearlings.
Free Shows Follow
After thee'last torn pot had been
disposed of, the freshmen fell in be-
hind the '24 ,band and marched down
to the Wuerth and Orpheum theaters
to the tune of "Hall, Hail, the Gang's
All Here". The other classes wentrto
the Majestic and the Arcade for free
shows.
The Cap nightaceremony this year
was declared a distinct' success
throughout. To the committee in
charge of the event belongs a large
measure of the credit. Members of
the committee are: Richard B. Mar-
shall, 21E, chairman; James K. Pot-
lock, grad.; Thornton W. Sargent Jr.,
'22; George E. Gregory, '22E; and Al-
lan G. Boynton, '21D.
Marshall Thanks Business Men
Richard B. Marshall, '21, in speak-
ing last night of the support given
him in planning for Cap night, said:
"On behalf of the Student council
and the students I wish to thank the
merchants who contributed fire wood
for Cap night and the managements
d1 the theaters 'which provided free
shows after the ceremony. I also want
to commend the members of the -com-
mittee for their assistance and all
those who aided in keeping up the old
traditional spirit of Cap night."

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U.NOTICES
ion of oil paintings by noted
ican artists will be open daily
May 30 in lower galleries
umni Memorial hall.
se desiring to try out for the
ess staff of the Wolverine this
aer see Robertson at the office
he Daily from 1:30 to' 2:30
k any afternoon this week.
for R. 0. T. C. banquet, May
t Union on. sale at R. O. T. C.
on the campus.
F TEAM PLAYS
110 STATE TODAY
gan's informal golf team plays
t match of the year at 9:30
today against Ohio State at
i Arbor Golf club. The teams
composed of.four men each,
holes will be played. The
,n team will be chosen from
, Welsh, Holsworth, Broder-
Winters, and Gardiner. These
ve made creditable showings
r trials.
RY STEPS RESERVED
OR SENIORS DURING SINGS
guest that all those who are
.ors- refrain from seating them-
on the steps of the Library
Senior sings was expressed
vy by Fred J. Petty, president
enior literary class. The steps;
erved for the seniors, accord-
Petty, and when other stu-i
ccupy them it means that the
lassmen are deprived of theiri

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ALUMNUS FOR MAY CONTAINS
ARTICLES OF MUCH INTEREST
(Continued from Page One)
Commencement also appears in this
issue. Twenty-nine classes are al-
ready planning to reunite during the
graduation period.
In this number Profestor Boak has
written an interesting ilescription of
the collection of Egyptian papyri
which the University has lately ac-
quired.
,A particularly worthy article is the
one entitled "Research: The Bond Be-
tween the University and Industry".
It praises the recently established de-
partment of industrial research in the
University and points out its particu-1
lar function in 'connection with the
industries of the state.
The brogue oxfords you have been
looking for. A very fine grade of
leather. $;0. Davis Toggery Shop,

TO OBTAIN SOME tOF
SWAIN'S

By special arrangement, the famous Isham Jones Dance
Orchestra has been secured to play in the two main ball-rooms.
of the Hotel Statler next Friday evening (May 27th), from 9
till 2:30 A. M.
Attendance is by invitation only.
Those desiring invitations should apply to Mrs. L. W.
Sukert, 127 E. Grand River Ave., Detroit, or to The Univer-
sit- Music House, this city. Persons who have received invi-
tations are requested to send their remittances to either of the
above addresses as soon as possible.

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