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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MODEL FOR R. O. T. C.I

News From The Othier Colleges

ATHLETIC' EVENTSMARK
',DWMEN'S FIELDDAY

orestry green is to be the prevail-
color of the new uniforms designed
the R. Ot T. C. If the congression-
,ppropriation for the R. O. T. C. is
vied the wearing of the uniform
nembers will be compulsory during
Lods of instruction. Wearing it
n off duty will be optional.
lie new uniform is to have a coat
on the style of the British Army
ket, that is with roll collar and
alder straps. The trousers are to
plain. The cap is to be forestry
en in color, and straight service-
style.. There is to be a braid on
cap. The chin strap and visor will
an.
ificers will have distinctive insignia
, all decorations, such as ribbons
chevrons, which have been won
service men ill be a part of the
orm.
[SITING CARDS-Order them now.
md up. Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
DON'T FORGETk

Wisconsin-The University of Wis-
consin is depicting an interesting 2,000
feet feature film of university life.
The film will be shown at the univer-
sity and then shown throughout the
country as a practical means of adver-
tising.
Texas--Ten students of the Univer-
sity of Texas plan to work as labor-
ers during the summer months to
study economic conditions. The plan
was perfected last summer in Denver
and was fully and thoroughly tested
there during a street car strike.
TREBO
OrOON M
The first and last
word, in real
pipe comfort
This is one of
many styles of
TREBORPIPES
r ready for your
immediate use
at six dollars.
tA'TREBOR will smoke cool and
sweet*from the start. The ivory stop-
per at end of stem positively prevents
any bad taste or discomfort.
If you have never smoked a pipe, the,
TREBOR will prove a new friend to be'
proud of. A veteran pipe smoker will
appreciate the.specially seasoned fine old
briar as an old friend after the first puff.
Drop in andsethe TREBOR at
The Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
The Cushing Drug Co.
Imported by
GROSVENOR NICHOLAS & CO., Inc.
12 East 48th Street New York City

TO OBTAIN SOME OF

SWAIN'S
Views of the Campus and
Huron River for your
M-Book.
Especially careful service in
film developing and printing

Purdue-Purdue university now uses
the novel scheme of publishing allj
cases of dishonesty in the classroom
in the Daily Exponent each month.
Missouri- The voluntary reporting
of absences by the student is the latestr
step in -the honor system at the Uni-
versity of Missouri. Owing to the
large classes in, citizenship, the pro-
fessors decided to dispense with the
calling of the roll and the assigning
of seats.
Richmond-After six hours or labor,1
a member of the freshman class at
Richmond handed in his examination
paper with the following pledge ap-
pended: "I solemly swear that I1
have no knowledge of any of the ques-
tions answered within, and have neith-
er given nor received information con-
cerning them."
Minnesota-Students of the Univer-
sity of Minnesota have asked for stu-3
dant control of athletics. They com-
plain that the faculty are hampering
their athletics and demand the remov-
al of two members of the faculty. So
far nothing definite has been done.
Yale-Yale's poor showing in ath-
letics during the past year has been
due to the fact that the soil, on which
the food that the Yale athletes eat is
grown, is deficient in certain sub-
growing of foods which shall contain
stances which are necessary to the
the correct materials to make a sturdy
athlete. Mr. Eugene A. Crilly, a chem-
ist of Litchfield county, Connecticut,
made this statement in the "Nation"
on April 20.
ometion
Any women interested in part time
employment should call at the office
of the dean of women.
All girls who have signed for the
May-pole dance should report at 5
o'clock today in Barbour gymnasiuh
for practice. They may bring any
others interested.
Junior-senior interclass basketball
game will be held at 5 o'clock today.
Freshman-sophomore game will oe-
cur at 5 o'clock Thursday.
Rehearsals of the cast of the sec-
ond act of Senior Girls' play will be
held at 7 o'clock tonight and Thurs-
day. All new members of the cast are
asked to bring their fee of $2.
Any women wishing summer em-
ployment such as waiting table at
summer resort are asked to call at
the office of the dean of women for
consultation.
All freshmen who have not had
their posture examinations should re-
port today at Barbour gymnasium. i

Field day and Lantern night, the(
annual women's "Cap night", will beI
celebrated Tuesday, June 7, at Palmer
field,.
The events will begin at 4 o'clock
when the final class baseball game1
will be played, determining class1
championship.
Following this, groups with basket
lunches will gather on the field to
discuss the results of the game and'
incidentally to snatch a bite at inter-
vals. Mortarboard will add to the
picnic by selling ice cream and gin-j
ger ale.
At dusk there will be a Maypole
dance followed by the lantern pro-
cession. The seniors and juniors,
guests of honor, will lead the march,.
seniors in caps and gowns, juniors'
in white, carrying flowered hoops. A
block "M" will be formed, songs
sung, and athletic honor awards pre-1
sented.
WOMEN'S BASEBALL- TEAMS
COMPETE FOR CHRAMPIONSHIP
The semi-finals and finals of the in-
terhouse baseball tournament will be
played off this week. The second
round shows the following 'results:,
Newberry won from Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Alpha Phi wokn from Kappa
Alpha Theta; Kappa Delta won from
Collegiate Sorosis; Betsy Barbour won
from Martha Cook. A game between
Alpha Phi and Kappa Delta will be
played at 7 o'clock tonight. The win-
ners of this game Will play Newberry
played at 7 o'clock tonight. The win-
for the semi-finals at 7 o'clock Thurs-
day night. Betsy Barbour house will
play in the finals.
COMMENCEMENT GIFT BOOKS-
'wo large stocks to select from. Wahr's
Books tores.-Adv.
Did you ever try using The Daily'as
a Shopping Directory? Satisfaction is
at your command if you patronize our
advertisers.-Adv.

LANTERN PROCESSION TO
LOW BASEBALL
GAME

FOL.

TAILORS SAY EX-SOLDIERS
ARE LOSING THEIR FIURES
London, May 31.-The tailors say
that the former soldier is losing his
soldiery figure. His chest which, in
wartime, was where a soldier's chest
ought to be, has now slipped down to
where it ought. not to be and his!
waist measurement has developed ex-
tensively.
The result is that the beautiful fig-
ure of the man of 1919 has become
rare and fatness and flabbiness, say
the tailors, have taken the place of
thinness and muscle.
"It makes my regimental heart
bleed to see the sloppy way in which
former soldiers now carry them-
selves," said one who served as a
sergeant tailor .in the war. "Look, at
that old tape measure hanging on
the wall. Note the finger marks about
the 32 inch line. That was the aver-
age measurement of the war waist.
Compare it with the finiger marks on
this peace measure which shows that
the present waist is from 36 to 40
inches. My customers used to be like
the letter I. Today they are like an
JAPAN WILL BE REPRESENTED
AT WORLD PRESS CONGRESS
Columbia; M6., May 31. - Japan
will be represented at the Press Con-
gress of the World in Honolulu next
October by a delegation of distin-
guished journalists headed by K.,
Sugimura, editor of the Tokio Asahi

Shimbun, according to cabled advic-
es just received here by Dean Wal-
ter Williams, head of the School of
Journalism of the University of Mis-
souri and president of the congress.
Mr. Sugimura, who is one of the
foremost journalists of Japan, is a
member of the executive committee of
the Press congress and helped to or-
ganize it at San Francisco in 1915.
He will have a prominent place on the
program in Honolulu.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
NORWESTERN
UNIVERSITY
THE JOSEPH EDILL
SCHOOIL OF JOURNALISM
ANNOUNCEMENT
Nortlhwestern University will offer,
beginning Monday, September 19th,
1921, a two-year course, on the Evans-
ton Campus, in the Joseph Medill
School of Journalism, leading to the
degree Bachelor of Science in Jour-
nalism.
The School of Journalism enjoys
the hearty co-operation of the various
Chicago newspapers and periodicals,
and provides definite practical and
professional training for those who
wish to enter this field of activity.,
Candidates. for admissign to the
School of Journalism must have com-
pleted two years of work in a. col-
tege, professional or scientific school
of good standing.
For bulletin describing the courses
ithe School of Journalism, address
THE SECRETARY OF THE SCHOOL
OF JOURNALISM
Harris Hall Northwestern University
Evanston, Illinois

for amateurs.

A Personal Word to Fraternity
SteWards
To those whom we serve, we need say nothing about
the cleanliness of our Products. If at any time you have
any cause for complaint, tell us; if not, tell others.
ANN ARBOR DAIRY OMPANY
121 East Catherine Street Phone 429

713.. UNIVERSITY AV.

The 'New Victor Records

for June are Here

ii .7'

Bright, snappy, popular songs, dance records and a good
array of Red Seal Records by World Artists.
Three Special Dance Records included with the June ship-
ments not previously announced by the Victor Co.
Moonlight--Fox Trot ............. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Toddle-Aledley Fox Trot ......................Benson Orchestra
Scandinavia-Fox Trot ........................ . Benson Orchestra
Ain't WeGot- Fun?-Fox Trot.................Benson Orchestra
Cherie-Fox Trot............i...Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
My Man-Fox Trot................Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra

Phione Orders
Promptly Filled

i

Mail Orders
Promptly Filled

STORE OPENS 8:30

EST. 1857
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

STORE CLOSES

5:30

I

COME IN AND HEAR THEM

Sehaeberle and Sons, Music House
110 South Main Street
L1Il ThIS
LASS F ICOLUMN
CLDASSIFCLEED
£ 3 PM. ADVERTISING T 3 P.1.

SPORTS

HATS

LOST AND FOIVND

LOST -Saturday -gold bar-pin Bet
with thre3 sapphires. Reward. Mrs.
E. A. 1aumgarth, 1586 Montclair
St., Detroit. 170-3
#LOST-A white gold cuff-button ini
park near 12th and E. Huron St.
Reward of $1. Daily Box, E. M.
171-3
LOST-Sigma Alpha Epsilon pin, No.
15221. Return to 904 Oakland Ave.,
or call Bittinger, 652-M. 171-2
LOST-Felt hat in Mai on Cap Night.
Lapeer trademark. Please call Vin-
cent at 1064-R. 168-4
LOST - Hermitage fraternity pin.
Name on back. Finder please call
595 Reward 171
LOST-Near Lakeland, a 2C kodak in
leather case. Call Anderson, 1110-R.
Reward. - 169-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Tuxedo coat, size 38, in
perfect condition. Society Brand
make. Call 2186-R. 170-2
FOR SALE - Michiganensian-$5.00.
Call 2651-R after 2:30. 170-2

WANTED
WANTED-Men to sell brushes dur-
ing summer. Good money making
proposition. Call Eman, 1268, be-
tween 6:30 and 8:30 evenings or
write 1007 E. Huron. 148-21
WANTED-Four young ladies to act
as waitresses at private summer re-
sort beginning June 29th. Refer-
ences required. Inquire 1143 Forest
Ave. Phone 370-W. 171-3
WANTED-For fall term, a suite with
twin beds-also two single rooms,
near campus by quiet upperclass-
men. Box J. B. G., Daily. 169-3
WANTED-Rooming house for select
group of twelve or fourteen boys.
Phone 692-J. 167-6
WANTED-Room for two during Com-
mencement week. Phone 1366. 171
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-For summer school on.
S. Division, one pleasant room on
first floor, with private entrance and
use of kitchen for two ladies or mar-
ried couple, also suite and single
rooms for summer school and room-
ers for Commencement week.
427 E. University. 171-2

She Never Saw
A Train- Honest
Chicago, May 31.-The Peoria street
Y. W. C. A., on the west side, recent-
ly discovered a girl member, 15 years
old, living only nine blocks from the
heart of Chicago, who has never seen
a railroad train, except in books, has
never ridden on a street car but
once, and has never been in the loop.
The discovery was made when the
Y. W. C. A. planned a summer camp
in the woods. The girl is Dolly Mal-
ley, oldest of a family of five chil-
dren.
"No, honest," she told interviewers,
"I've never seen a railroad train. I've
seen pictures of 'em in books, but
never a regular one. There aren't
any right around here, and I've never
been over to any of the stations where
they come in. I've never been in the
loop either.
"I've ridden on the 'L' several
times, oh, six or seven, maybe. But
only on the street car once, sir."
HARRISON SOULE, FORMER
TREASURER, IS IMPROVING
Harrison Soule, former treasurer
of the University, who was taken
seriously ill two weeks ago at his
home on South University avenue, has
improved and is considered out of
immediate danger.
Announce Barlow-Warren Engagement
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Almena Barlow,
'22, to Paul Warren, Grad. Almena
Barlow is a member of the Delta Del-

for YOU.

All the lure of Summer time in their bright draped fabrics.

All the joy.

of playtime in their jaunty fashions.

Picture sports hats-sporting sports hats

Silk or crepe or felt or straw or ingenue organdie.

Flower shades or

fruit hues or dashing black and white.

YOUR kind of/r hats for YOUR

kind of holiday HERE.

And at Mack's - Even for Such
Sports Hats as These You Pay But

/

$5

to

$10

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