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CHICAGO
Recreation Dept. Chicago
es and Philanthropy.)
courses in Recreation and
P 'COM!MUNITY DRA-
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, (Hull House), Chicago
for Circular

Fire Does Small Damage
Slight damage was caused by the
fire which broke out on the roof of
the D'Ooge residence on Washtenaw
Ave. yesterday morning. At the pres-
ent time the house is occupied by
Robert Frost and his family.

WARXE AGAINST VIOLENCE INj
TREATING WITII OFFENDER
April 27, 1922.
Editor Michigan Daily.
Dear Sir:'
I notice that, in spite of the "gentle-
man's agreement" which my son en-
tered into with a representative of
the Students' council to the end that

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Bernese Warsaw, '22, both of whom
nave shown themselves to be well $It-
ted for their respective parts.
The cast, as announced by J. B.
Cloppet, the director, is as follows: L,
d. Palmiter, '24, W. M. Randall, Grad.,.
R. C. Rumsey, '23, Edward Parnall,
'25, F, G. Donner, '23, T. L. Rice, '23,
M. A. Ewing '24, H. F. Barrett, '24,
Carl Chandler '23E, G. C. Graham, M,
L. Finn, '23,0. R. Betron, '24, Bernesse
Warsaw, '22, Elsie Cooper, '23, Martha
Chapin '23Ed., Dorothy Avery, '22Ed.,
Athelie Hough, '22, Edelaine Roden,
'22, Dorothy Whipple '23, Harriette
Sewell, '24, Margaret.Moye, '22, Hel-
ena Silver, '22, Helen Woodruff,

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Jackson, '23, Madeline Scales, '22, Marion Wheeler '24.

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SHIRTS

$1l.85

VERYBODY who wears a Shirt will
appreciate the wonderful value we are
giving in this Special Selling of high grade
White Oxford Shirts, with collars attached.r
You never made a more judicious investment.
than the one you will make in this event. Here
are Shirts that withstand a hundred or more
tubbin g.
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the controversy about his wearing his
cap might be closed, the freshman
class voted yesteday to put him "on
probation."
As the so-called vigilance committee
had apologized, though ungraciously,
to my wife, and my son had according
to his agreement bega wear his
toque, I supposed the tter ended.
Now since, by this ation, he is no
longer .a member of the class, he is
again wearing what he pleases. If the
affair is dropped now, everybody will
be happy except perhaps tle large
body of freshmen who were -not at the
meeting, and many ofwhom no doubt
regret the folly of those who were
there and voted to do so silly a ting.
My letter' to The Daily last Tues-
day explained fully my son' attitude,
and I will not again take space to say
more than that he is always amenable
to gentlemanly advice and argument,
but never to coercion or threat of
force.,
I wish to make clear my stand in
the matter. There is no objection to
ostracizing my son, or sending him to
Coventry, or voting him out of the
class, but there must be no physical
violence used. This is not the right
of any student to undertake, and my
attempt at such a solution'will bring
very regrettable consequences both to
the students implicated and to the
University.
I am already receiving letters from
prominent business men who are
cheered that somebody is taking a
stand against the folly of those who
would force every college student, no
;matter what his quality or originality,
to walk the same narrow patch of
mpdioerity and conventionality. Seri-
ous men are looking for a place to
send their sons where they can get
education and not simply follow tra-
ditions. 'ihere is no way in which
students can do more harm to the
fair name of the University of Michi-
gan than by letting the idea get
abroad that no student is safe here
who does not follow the beaten trail
traced by some little group of tra-
ditional fanatics who never had an
original idea in their poor little heads.
Let us have a return to sanity; to
a regime of live and let live. I have
known and undestood students too
long to believe that the majority stand
for such "a narrow-minded conception
of' what is worth while in life as to
have sympathy with the little band of
fanatics who so valiantly voted my
son out of the freshman class:
C. H. Van Tyne.
DATE F FC PLAY
ANNONCED ASMY . 9
Owing to confusion with several
other events, "La Belle Aventure,"
the play to be given by the Cercie
Francais, has been changed from
May 11 to May 9.The play, a comedy
in three acts, is an unusually ambi-
:-Moue' offering, in that it requires a
castof thirty characters. However,
all members have been working on
their parts since the first part ot
February, .and -the play has ,already
commenced to round out in good
shape.' The leading roles are to be
played by Lester 0. Palmiter, '24, and
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day until you have taken outa policy
of automiobile insurance covering
fire, theft or injury to your car, or
injury to a' pedestrian, injury to
passengers in your car, injury to
other cars, property or passengers,
damage suits, etc.
We take care of these.
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season of great popularity; the
many interesting new styles make that
quite clear. Especially lovely are the
French voiles done entirely by hand,
with exquisite drawn work and em-
broidered dots. Slipover modes, in or-
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Keep Out The Flies And Mosiuitos
Keep the filthy, germ-carrying pests out of
your house - screen your windows and doors -
- if you stop them, you won't have to swat
them. Let usfit your doors and windows with
sturdy screens that will last for several seasons.
Come here for screening needs and you'll get screen satisfaction
at a low price.

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It is very poor economy to take the chance of'
falling from a box or chair when you can et
'such well piade step, ladders as these at such
small cost. These ladders are in a desirable
size'for general use around the home, such as
cwening windows, painting, hanging shades etc.

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