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FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1922

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Number 1390

O1'versity:
ig vacation President and Mrs. Burton will not be "at

I be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, April 12.
M. L. BURTON.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
is called to the midsemester report cards which are being"
rough the Dean's messenger boxes. All members of the fac-
I to report cases of students whose work so far has been un-
Such reports, in order to be of any service to the student con-
Ibe made promptly.
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.
Spring Trip :
tudents and others intending to take the Spring Trip to Bat-
amazoo,hGrand Rapids, Lansing and Flintshould turn their,
nce. The hosts in these cities must know the exact number of
e 1451 or University Exchange 110 J. Those who take the trip
oom 302 U. H. at 7:30 Friday night.
J. A. C. HILDNER
igineering and Architecture:
Departments and others interested should send to me, on or
8, all copy for annual announcement. Use uniform paper sup-
ecretary. W. H. BUTTS, Editor.
ege of Engineering;,
ving resolution was adopted by the Faculty at the meeting
'ED:
average semester grades and general average grades shall
for each student at the end of each semester and that these
shall be made a part of his permanent record.
the average grade shall be determined on the basis 'of A
uals 3, C equals 2, D equals 1, and E equals zero.
the average grade. shall be computed by multiplying the
ponding to the grade in each course by the hours of credit
and dividing the sum of these products by the total number
sented by all of the courses considered.
no student may graduate whose general average grade is
when the average semester grade of a student falls to 1.5 or
>matically placed on probation.
students on probation may not elect less than 12 hours work.
when the average semester grade of a student on probation
more he be automatically removed from probation.
when the average semester grade of a student on probation
he be automatically placed on the home list.
in cases of extenuating circumstances, at the discretion of the
Delinquent Students; students placed on probation may be re-
robation and students placed 'on the home list may be con-
>ation.
students having an average grade of less than 3.0 may not
ir's but students having an average grade of 3.0 or more may
rrs; the number of extra hours which such students may elect
aed by the classifier.
insofar as practicable the average semester grades and gen-
rades of all studerts in the College be computed before the-
!e College year 1922-23.
;his resolution shall become effective at the beginning of the
22-23 except that Article (d) shall apply only to such students
subsequent to the date of passage of this resolution.
the Secretary be instructed to prepare forms for keeping
formity with this resolution and to take such other steps as
ry to make this resolution operative.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.

SANDBURG PROVES
GOOD COMPANION
(Continued from Page One)
changed a verse or two, adding to the
lore of each of us on the Long.
And when that was over there came
stories, some mellow and rich in pa-
thos, sone singing the racy rugged-
ness that is peculiarly Sandburg's,
and one an epic - the story of a Nor-
wegian sea captain.r
"Skol!" said Sandburg as he ended
it. He ,is proud of his race, but not
prejudiced in its favor. "There are
other breeds as good," he said, "but
none better."
And Ann Procter nodded her head
and said "Skoll!" for she, too, has
plenty of Norwegia blood in her.
But thetaxi was outside and we bade
the Procters good-bye.-
On the way to the train we chatted
again. Sandburg said that the recep-
tions in Syrause, Ann Arbor. 'and
Detroit pleased him grealy, especial-
ly that of the Ann Arbor/ audience,
both because of large number of old-
er people attending (He has.,not much
trouble in winning the 'ear's of the
younger folk) and because of the very
large audience. He actiially thought
that the admissin was free and was
the more surprised, and pleased when
I told him that they all paid to hear
him for that meant that the most of
them did not come because of idle
curiosity.
He told me also that, in addition to
the fourth book, a fifth will be pub-
lished next fall. At 'the train we
parted.
"Good-bye, old college 'chm," he
said jokingly.,
And, as a !modern Pepys would put
It: He to his Pullman and I to the
smoker. I, awake, dreamed of Sand-
burg, of his mellow, friendly laugh,
of his broad and sympathetic vision,
of his ever brilliant and accurate
analysis, of, In fine, a man of endless
charm.
Maddock, '04, May Coach Utah
Joe Maddock, '04,' member of th
famous Michigan backfield of 1901-
-02, and 03, and formero coach of the
University of Utah ,football squad,
may take charge of the athletic de-
partment at Utah.
Matinee Dance Saturday, April 22.
Freshman Girls' Glee Club-Union.-
Adv.
WHEN SELECTINd A DOCTOR
to diagnose the trouble with your heat-
ing or plumbing systenl, use the same
good judgement you excercise in choos'
ing your physician.
Your confidence in. us will not be mis-
placed. We are experts in our profes- -
'ion and offer you the benifit of many
years of experience.
HUTZEL & COMPANY
Phone 41 119 E. WashingtonS
DANA E, HISCOCK
. DEALER IN
HARD And SOFT
COAL
WOOD AND COKE
Kentucky Egg, Pocahontas,
Manhattan Egg, West Vir-
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PHONE 109F2

SIX GOOD BOUTS
AT BOXING SHOW
Michigan's first boxing show was
presented at Mimes theater last night'
before a large audience who went away
feeling well satisfied with the six
bouts.
Nahikin and Schemm met in the
opener at 115 pounds. Both men were
fast ,and used right and left hooks to
the head mixed with left, Jabs. An
even breakwasdawarded the me6.
In the next bout at 125 pounds
Bernbaum met Jenkins. Bernbaum
used good foot work and both men
were swinging left hooks to the head.
In the last round Bernbaum used a
straight left to good advantage while
Jenkins kept hooking them to the
head and body. This bout was also a
draw.
McKelvey met Gillard at 135 pounds
in a fast exhibition. In the last round
both opened up with jabs and hooks.
There was little to choose between the

Wolinitz met Housel in the last bout
at 155 pounds. Wolinitz used a" left
jab while Hasel relied on hooks to
the body. Both' men had good foot
work. Wilinitz was given the decis-
ion.
Have your typewriter cleaned dur-
ing vacation. O. D. Morrill, 17 Nick-
el's Arcade.-Adv.
RIDER FOR PENS.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It' oay.-Adv.

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TILL 11:00 P. M.

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Carney faced Hicks in the 145
pound bout. Both men used a left jab
entirely and the exhibition was slow
due to the fact that the men were
substituted and were not in the best
condition. This was also a draw.
In the 150 pound semi-windup Yott
met Schroeder in a clever exhibition.
Schroeder kept jabbing to the head
whle Yott hooked to the .body. Yott
was given a slight shade.
"RIDER for PENS."-Adv.

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Michigan Memory Books
Banners, Pennants1 Pillows, etc.

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Class meets

SDAY
ussyfoot" Johnson
terian church.
temners dance to be
lanti Country club
2, are now on sale
at Union. All West-
ed, and urged to
at once, as only a
are available.
HCES
board students are
ion in the office Qf
ents, and should be
the beginning of
blotter 3 out #nd
lling at the Chimes
ss building.
REQUIRES
ROBERT FROST

LOSE CLOSE MATCH
TO DETROIT TEAM
Michigan's piclk-up bewting team
was defeated at the Michigan Union
bowling alleys last night by the repre-
sentative bowling team of the C. F.
Smith Grocery company of Detroit.
The final score of the Detroiters for
the three games of the match series
was 2555 pins whereas the collegians
tipped but 2488, allowing the visitors
to win by 67 pins.
Earl Miller' wasthe high bowler of
the entire three gantes, his total ,be-
ing 524. Hartman was high man for
the Detroiters and he took second hon-
ors for the evening with 520 pins to
his credit. H. W. Smith bowled the
highest single game of the evening
when he toppled 219 pins. 'Walt"
Wesbrook was high man for the Uni-
versity men for a single game with 207
pins.
The personnel .of the Detroit team
was Henry Smith, Clifford LaFave,
Frank Smith, William Fawcett, 'and
Ernie Hartman. For the pick-up col-
lege team, the following men bowled,
C. C. Petro, Nelson Ulseth, John Dodge,
Walter Wesbrook and Earl Miller. The
match was arranged by Howard S.
Holms, '07.

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Straw Hats and Panamas will
look like, new after we bleach
and re-block them.

>bert Frost's works will be
along with Shakespeare's,
nd Thackeray's at the Uni-
f Montpelier as a required
as made known last week
to a book publishing com-
a Joan Catel, French poet.
Frost may know;" he said,
'e are a certain number of
ere greatly interested in
poetry."

LANDER
FOR
LOWERS')
Phone 294-F2 - Phone 294-F1
Branch Store,-715 N. University Ave. 320 E. Liberty St.

Have your hat work done by ,a
hat specialist. We have worked
on hats for years and under-

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We use no ruinous chemicals.

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ct of a lecture given by Lor-
rwood, the Boston landscape
last night in Alumni Me-
11, under the auspices of the
at of landscape design. Thel
as attended by an audience
han 350 people.
,ome photographs which re-l
he actualtcolors in the gar-
e used to illustrate the lec-
is branch of photography
s the greatest advance in
in the last three-quarters
try. 'Mr. Underwood under-
photographing of these
t the request of the New

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