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. Number 142

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13:80 p. m. (11:30 a. m
ISDAY, APRIL 20, 1922

ssor Charles Cestre of the University of Paris will deliver a series
wtures on the general subject "The Ideals:of France" on April 25.
nd 28. The titles of these lectures are, respectively, (1) "The
Reason," (2) "The Ideal of Progress," (3) "The Ideal of Equality
arity," (4) "France and Peace." They will be given on the days
at 4:15 p. m., in the Auditorium of the Natural Science building.
is is cordially invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
ecture by Professor Cestre:
issor Charles Cestre, of the University of Paris, will speak Monday,
at 3 p. m., in Room 203, Tappan Hall, upon the subject "La Schol-
ugee par Rabelais et par Moliere", before the advanced students
1 and others interested. The lecture will be given in French.
A. G. CANFIELD.
of Athletic Books:
Athletic Association of the University of Michigan desires to call
ention'of all holders of Athletic Coupon Books the conditions un-
h these- books were issued. "This Book is Not Transferable: If
for admission by any person other than owner, book will be
taken up at time of fraudulent presentation and full admission
The owner will be called to account for any fraudulent use of.v
and will be subject to discipline by the University authorities on
idation of the Athletic Association."
FIELDING H. YOST, Director.
Chemical Society, L. of M. Section:
next meeting of the local Section will be held Tuesday, April 25, at
i. in Room 303 of the Chemistry building.
ssor H. H. Willard will give a paper on "A N4ew Type of Electro-
itration Apparatus and Its Application to the Determination of
lements."
terested are invited to attend.
C.O. MELOCHE, Secretary.
iemical Engineers:}
r chemical engineers who did not have their pictures taken with the
y report on Friday, April 21, at 1 or 4 o'clock, p. m., in Room 439,'
Ing building.
vish to have a complete file of these pictures, and seniors who
present on the first occasion are urged to be present at the time
above mentioned. ALFRED H. WHITE.
I and Geographical Journal Club:
will be a meeting of the Club in Room G 436, Natural Science
n Thursday, April 20, at 7:30 p. m.
PROGRAM
easing Significance of Physical Factors in Land Utilization"-0.
Reviewed by Professor McMurray.
Relation of Land Tenure to the Use of the Arid Grazing Lands of
western States". Reviewed by Mr. Hall.
terested are cordially invited to attend.
L. M. GOULD, Secretary.
C.:
1. 0. T. C. Bandy will meet at 7 p. m. Thursday at Newberry Hall.
ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.
19:
cial. examination will be given next Saturday, at 9 a. m. in 203 Ec-
uilding, for those who were absent from the mid-semester.
R. H. HOLMES.

MICHIAN HEADS LIST,
IOF ACADEMY STUDENTS
Michigan has been represented by
33 graduates at the American academy
of arts in Rome, one-third more than
any other American uyniversity, ac-
cording to a recent report of the acad
emy. The report further states that
there have been enrolled in the acad-
emy graduates from more than 85
colleges and universities in the Unit-
ed States. Harvard is second with
22 graduates enrolled, Smith college
and the University of Wisconsin. have
had 15 each, Wellesley college 13, and
Vassar college 11.
The academy is composed of two
schools,athe school of fine arts, and
the school of classical studies, and is
housed in a new building situated on
the 'Janisulum hill overlooking the
river Tiber.1 The academy possesses
a well-equipped library, and offers fa-
cilities for members of college facul-
ties who are working in Rome. During
the present year Prof. J. G. Winter )f
the Latin department, who is on aI
leave of absence at the present time,R
made use of the facilities of the acad-
emy. He also lectured before it sev-
eral times.
SIMPSON, G.M. C. OFFICIAL
TO GIVE ADDRESS TONIGHT
T. M. Simpson, credit manager and
vice-president of the General Motors
company of Detroit, will speak at 8
o'clock tonight on "The Analysis of a
Balance Sheet" In room 101 of the
Economics building undter the auspices
of the Commerce club.
Mr. Simpson is recognized by many
business men as an authority in his
field. The speech, while of interest to
all students of business radministra-
tion, is especially intended for stu-
dents of accounting and of stocks and
bonds.
Players Announce Program
"Cooks and Cardinals," "The Glit-
tering Gate," and "The Philosopher of
Butterdiggings," all one-act plays, are
scheduled for presentation by the
Players club May 3, at Sarah Caswell
Angell shall. Change in the program
is possible.
Something for sale? A Classifled
Ad in The Daily will fAnd a buyer.-

HACKETT, '98, IN
PLAY IN DE;ROIT
Norman Hackett. '98, one of the
founders as well as first leading man
of the Comedy club, is appearing this,
week in Detroit P., the New Detroit
opera house in George M. Cohen's play
"The Tavern."r
Mr. Hackett has achieved notable
success on the stagea first in Shake-
spearean roles, and also -as the star of
"Classmates," "Satan Sanderson," "A
Double Deceiver," "The Typhoon," and
other productions. He has delivered
addresses 'efore University audienc-
es, a well as acting in dramatic club
work in various educational institu-
tioi.
Mr. Hackett will visit Ann Arbor
today together with Justin Lees, who
is also playing in "The Tavern."
GLASGOW TO GO TO URBANA
FOR ORATORICAL CONT.EST
Julius B. Glasgow, '23, will repre-
sent the University at the contest of
the Northern Oratorical league to be
held May 5 at Urbana, Ill. The uni-
verstiies represented in the contest
are Michigan, Illinois, Iowa, Wiscon-
sin, Minnesota and Northwestern.
Glasgow's subject will be "The Part-
ing of the Ways."

ized to carry on oriental research and
has schools located in Palestine and
other Eastern areas.
ELECTION NOMINATIONS
All class and campus organ-
izations must place their lists of
nominees for office in the hands }
of the Student council election
committee by Saturday, April
22. Failure to get nominations
in on time will result in for-
feiture of space on the ballot.
This requirement is made neces-
sary, since the names should be
passed upon by' the eligibility
committee and be in the hands l
of the printer one week before
election. Letters should be sent
to E. F. Boxell, '23L, chairman
of the -election committee, Mich-
igan Vnlon.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv

by those who left Hill
fore Mr. Sandburg h
the suggestion that I
the coming lectures re
will be unable to rei
speaker has finished
well back under the
their departure will
speaker and the rest
I realize that Ann
frontier of civilizatic
rather foolish to displ
ners so openly when
easy to pretend that
ones.
J.
RIver.Open for
At last the, canoe
Fumes of turpentinev
Huron on the warn
tell of the enthusiast
who are repainting 1
the first spring voya
Although the stream
places, the stretch'
dam and the boat ho
lated by the dams'tl
no higher than usual

Leroy Waterman, professor of sem-
itics, is in Chicago ,today, where he
will read a paper on "The Date of the
Deluge," before the American Oriental
society. The society has been organ-i

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lade Club:
been asked to announce that the Gun and Blade club will meet
ng room, Union, tonight, Thursday, April 20, at 7:30. Dr. James
will speak on topics of interest to every student of the Veterans
F. B. WAHR.
on Rehearsal:
sal of men only, Thursday evenIng, 7 p. m., University School of
EARL V. MOORE, Acting Conductor.

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[AT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
its meet in Newberry hall anu-
n.
;an recital at Hill auditor.
mW Study circle meets at

day from 2 to 5 o'clock, and Friday
form 9 to 10 and 2 to 4 o'clock. No
orders accepted after 'Friday.
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FIVE COMPANIES AND BAND
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class of the School of
meets in room 201, Tap-
nan orchestra meets In
Union.
r Glee club rehearsal atj

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instrument-

osthopolitanA clubs, men and
n chapters, meet in Wesley
un and Blade club meets in
g room of Union.
ound-Up club meets at Union.
. M. Simpson. of Continental
s company, speaks on "The
sis of the Balance Sheet" in
101, Economics building.
istian Science society meets
ne hall audillorium.
outs Unternmeyer speaks 'In
iditorium.
FRIDAY
5:30-Tickets for'"'22E Step"
e at Union,
U-NOTICES;
are wanted for the senior lit
l11 team. Meet in front of Field
at Ferry field at 10 o'clock
ay morning.,
for the annual "'22E Step"
on sale from 4 to 5:30 o'clock
and Friday at the Union for

Maj.-Gen. George Bell, Jr., com-
manding the sixth corps area, will be
here May 15 to inspect the University
unit of the R. 0. T. C. Classes will
be held as usual for the members of
the unit in the morning but the aft-
ernoon will take on a military aspect
when the review will be held on
south Ferry field.
The review will ,be composed of
five companies, the band, and offi-
cers. Major Arthur stated yesterday
that the selection of the men to take
part will be completed by next Wed-,
nesday and from then on intensive
drill and training will be the pro-
gram in preparation for the inspec.
tion. The R. 0. T. C. band, which
has been practicing for some time,
will furnish music, E. F. Moore. '22E,
will lead the troops as cadet colonel.
General Bell commanded the :33rd di-
vision in France and led it in the final
drive through Belgium and Luxem-
burg.'The division was mentioned in
official dispatches for its creditable
work. General Bell received the Dis-
tinguished Service medal, and decora-
tions from Belgium, France, and Eng-
land for his war services.

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All members of La Sociedad His-
panica are urged to be present at the
meeting this evening at 7:15 o'clock
in the Adelphi rooms, University ham.
The annual election of officers will
take place.
Romatnce Club Meets
The regular monthly meeting of the
Rompnce club was held at 4:15 o'clock
yesterday afternoon at the Michigan
Union. Several papers were read by
members of the French faculty.

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