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Number 127

uncil for April will be omitted. The
President's room on May 8 at 4:15.
&. W. BUNTING.
rts, Dean's Advisory Committee:
's Advisory Committee in my office
JOHN R. EFFINGER.

y classes today.
J. S. REEVES.

I Engineers:
tional Department, Westinghouse Electric
m 111 Thursday and Friday of this week.
ats will be limited this year." I advise stu-
ployment in advan ceof graduation to cal
JOHN C. PARKER.
rs of the class will be taken in Room 439,
arch 24, at 1 p. ma. It is requested that all
at this time.
ALFRED H. WHITE.
classes this (Friday) morning.
R. H. HOLMES.

Ae Shoals Plant:

I

;ineering Department, will give a
Shoals" in thje Natural Science
the auspices 6f the Phi Lambda
trated with five reels of motion

L. 0* CASE.

hestra, Bendetson Netzorg, pianist, will of,.
he last concert in this series in Hill Audi-
27, at 8 o'clock: Sixth Symphony, "Pathe-
nest; Concerto, No. 23, A major (Mozart);
iner). The concert will begin on time and
the performance of numbers.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

be

'en by Margaret Nikoloric, pianist,
sseries in Hill Auditorium, Sunday
T'wo Intermezzi, Op. 118, No. 1, Op.
p minor; Two Etudes, F major and
ad Fugue (Cesar Franck); Promo-
nents Perpetuels (Poulenc); Voiles,
.est (Debussy). The concert will
ed during the performance of num-
not admitted.)
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

News of the Day
IN BRIEF
Indianapolis, March 23.-Attorney
General Daughertys warning to coal
miners against violence' during the
strike set for April 1 was interpreted
tonight by William Green, secretary-
treasurer of the United Mine Workers,
to have indicated that the forces of
the government would be used against
the strikers for the benefit of coal op-
erators who Mr. Green asserted are
"the only group which thus far has
committed violence."
Topeka, Kans., March 23.-Reports
of the conference between Judge John
H. Crawford, of the industrial court,
and Kansas mine officials at Pittsburg
yesterday, indicated that an agreement
may be reached to prevent a walk-
out of Kansas miners April 1, Gov.
Henry J. Allen stated today.
Washington March 23.-The senate
concluded tonight its long debate on
the four pbwer Pacific treaty and pre-
pared for its final vote tomorrow with
the leaders on both sides privately
agreeing that ratification by a thor-
ough margin seemed certain.
Washington, March 23.-Establish-
ment of fellowships in medicine to in-
crease the supply of qualified teachers
in medicine, clinical and laboratory
subjects and in curative and preventa-
tive treatments was announced today
by the national research council. The
fellowships, supported by appropria-
tions of the Rockefeller foundation
and the general education board, will
be open to Americans or Canadians of
either sex holding, or qualified to hold,
degrees of doctors of medicine or doc-
tors of philosophy from approved un-
iversities.
Cleveland Plans "Big Ten" Smoker
Radio numbers will be the chief at-
tractions on the program of the "Big
Ten" radio smoker,planned to be held
at 8 o'clock on the evening of March
30 in the Hotel Winton hall room,
Cleveland. The entertainment has
been arranged under the auspices of
the Western Conference Universities
association of that city.
"2 LITS NOTICE
All members of the 122 liter-
Iary 'class who have not yet paid
their class dues of $2 are urged to
do so at once. Checks are to be
mailed to the class treasurer at
2107 W shtenaw avenue. Names
of senior lits whose dues are yet
unpaid are now posted in the reg-
istrar's office, acordng to Walt-
er B. Rea, president of the class.
18th Annual ,unior Girls' Play at
the Whitney, Thursday, Friday, and
Saturday nights. Tickets at the Whit-
ney.-Adv.
Last Times Today
DOROTHY DALTON in
'THE MYSTERY ROAD"
CE9TURY COMWEDY
This "AD" with fifteen cents .
will admit you today
We want you to use "ADS". swe
can check up on THE DAILY
Soon-"SATURDAY NIGHT"
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Savings Deposits
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RAIC COLLUM MODERN POETS
Lecture Series
CAR L SAND BE R SARAH CASWELL ANGELL HALL
4:16 @'5@Olk

All Five Poets For
1.25-Course Tickets

LEWIS UNTER MEYER
AMY LOWELL
VACHEL LINDSAY

GRAHAM'S & WAHR'S

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SCEPTRE AND SERENADE
18th Annual Junior Girl's Play
Maroh 23, 24, 26
TICKETS ON SALE AT WHITNEY THEATRE

I~~(THIS APACE DONATED BY WAHR'S BOOKSTORE

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in their respective heats of the semi-
final of the 50 yard dash will be
eligible for the 50 yard finals.
A two lap relay race will be run
by teams representing all four of the
classes, on the campus.
Announcement ;of pairings in the
consolation handball series will be
made Saturday morning.,
Results of Wednesday night's wrest-,
ling were victories for: Phi Chi over
Alpha Sigma Phi, 2-1; Phi Kappa Sig-
ma over Sigma Nu, 2-1; Phi Delta
Theta over Phi Sigma Delta, 3-0; The-
ta Chi over Delta Chi, 8-0; Phi Gamma
Delta over Kappa Beta Psi, 2-1.
Class basketball results are as fol-
lows : junior lits 30-soph medics 8;~
fresh engineers 15-soph dents 12.
ALPHA NU HOLDS DEBATE AND
OPEN DISCUSSION TONIGHT
"Resolved, That an A. B. degree or
its equivalent be a prerequisite to
study in the professional schools" is
the subject of a debate to be given
before the regular meeting of Alpha
Nu tonight in the society room on the
fourth floor of University hall.
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY MAKES
HIT WITH LARGE AUDIENCE

1

Quality is th& big
idea this spring

We're, gibing it to you in Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes

.:

THE figures on our price tickets
:aren' t the lowest in town, 'but

practlceI

our clothes cost the least.

The long

at Whitney

service

you get makes that a fact.

We'll show you any day.

may be
1 2 to 5
11 those
een ac-

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Topc~l'ts

(Continued from Page On(
a moving concerns a designing governmer
uffering in ficial on, the island kingdom of]I
the Near who plans to marry the Princess
auditorium played by Louise Graham, to G
ces of the portrayed by Mary Ives. The
9. Telmar Genevieve Peoples, f
tly return- love with Tahi whom he finall:
o the Near 'ries due to the intervention
he Smith- group of United States secretf
ngton, D. sen traveling incognito with 1
Us experi- sor Hobson's expedition. Befy
md other plot is finally straightened out s
love affairs are woven into it,
- which finally reach a happy c
STERS sion. The plot is well worked c
T SO FAR musical comedy, and might bi
ficient to be worked into straigh
signed up edy.
an gymna- It is the interweaving of the
ymnasium love plots which give an oppor
being or- to introduce such numbers a
is to be Line," and the "Knicker Girls.
he spring Humor Lies in Lines
at all men The best of the humor does i
week. sult from the situations, but l
e already the lines themselves. College m
an, L~. H. the targets of their share of
ackard, J. jests. Even Dean Jordan is not
Svang, S. ed, being accused of having s
J. Reese. the knicker fad on the Michigar
pus.
[arch 81 The entire production .is beau
1 import- set, all three of the scenes being
r the next terpieces of stagecraft.
rd of Re- The play committee wishes
ay, March knowledge their indebtedness to
ling plans year and company for the cos
business used in the Knicker Girls' num
ought un.

Here are the . four button
saeks: the new sport suits
and double breasteds; they
four piece suits,

The loose swagger topcoats
are favorites many like the
belted models or Raglans;
they're all here,
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Lberything the sell must satisfy
- or your m only back

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