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SUNDAY, MAY 7, 1922 Number 17 U U R IUH
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t egular meeting of the University Senate will be held Monday i
y 15, at 8 in Room C, Law building. (Continued from Page Six) u
J.L.MARKLEY. and their work was most satisfactory s
to all of the- critics. Little can be said e
of them until later when they will have
on of all Seniors and other possible recipients of degrees or cer had more practice. -
Commencement.1922 is called to the fact that no degree will be Brooker with no competition hurled
pon or diploma or certificate be given, at Commencement 1922, to the discus 113 feet. This is a good I
who has not paid the proper diploma fee or certificate fee to the mark but is not the best that he can
of the University previous to the close of business, 4 p. m., Mon- do. Hines tossed the hammer 37 feet.
2. -He is improving and has much uncov-
:an be no exceptions to this rule. ered ability with which to surprise his
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary. admirers later in the season.v
Good marks were made in the broad
medl, Chante of Time: and high jumps. Neufer and Boomer
gular meeting of.the Senate Council will be held at 8 p. m., Mon- .cleared the bar at 5:6 3-4. The taket
in the President's office, instead of at 4:15 p. m. as previously 'off at the jumping pit is unusually low
R. W.BUNTING,Secretary. and this disadvantage hindered thet
jumpers considerably. Prosser wae
alty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts: unable to compete in the event on ac-
will be a meeting of the Faculty in Newberry Hall, Monday, count of a strained back. This also
:10 p. m., to discusatheroposed plan fJOHN R EFFINGER. prevented him from vaulting. Hub-
bard made some sensational leaps in
the broad jump, one time going to thet
etion:of works by G. Beneker, Campbell, and Lars Hostrup, and 23, 9 1-2 mark, however just' as hec
pictures b y G Knapare-on°exhibition in the West Gallery. Alumni alighted he touched the ground witht
Hall, and may be seen between 1:30 and 5 p. m. week days and his hand which ecessarily took 8
p mpiSundays through May 21. This exhibition is under the Inches off his mark.
the Ann.Arbor Art Aociation. Adams, Crane, Bond, and Aldridge
MRS. W. P. LOMBARD. all hovered about the 20 foot mark.
These men have the earmarks of good1
Association of University Professors: - jumpers, but plainly showed that they
will be a meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the cannot hope to cover a greater space
Association of University Professors Monday, May 8, at 8 o'clock without consistent practice. The
04, Michigan Union. - trouble seems to lie in the matter of
CHARLES B. VIBBERT, Secretary. taking off from the block.
Vaulters do Well
Club: Broolger, Piroctor, and !Goodspeed
ting to commemorate the one hundredth anniversary of- the birth made well over ten feet in the pole
* will be held in the Histological Laboratory of the Medical School vault. They made a good showing with
y evening, May 9, at 8 o'clock. (The Council will meet at 7:30.) Goodspeedshowing the most improve-
peakers will be Professors Gomberg and Novy. Members of the ment. On the whole Archie was very
earch Club, Sigma Xi, and Phi Sigma are invitedto attend. w lpleased with the trials and is
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary. most certain that he has a freshman
track teaa that will compare favor-
ral Students: ably with the best.
its who expect to elect any of the following courses next semester To Meet Ilini
heir names, not later than Monday, May 8, at 5 p. m., and A telegraphic meet with Illinois has
been scheduled for May 17 and
i, 0 22,22a, 23, 2a, 26, 27, 36, 35a (4 hrs.), 35b (Structural "Archie" plans to hold the trials for
be arranged). J. B. NEWMAN. this event- on Friday. In ans indoor
;, l meet the freshmen were beaten by the
Illinois yearling and they are out to
ate of the next regtar meeting,of Quadrangle has been advanced show them that the beating was not a
tobavoid conflict with Miss Amy Lowell's lecture. The meeting true showing of the comparative mer-
ld &t the home ,of Prof. U. B. Phillips, Cambridge Road. its of the two tems.
bk Intramural Items
lass wil meet from 3 to 5 Wednesday afternoon, this week only,
Tuesday afternoon as was previously announced. I)
E.C.WIHTA(C6ontinued from Page 7)
Moore-Brookey, 1504; Hill-Benham,
2574, vs. Rock-Segall, 1391; Bower-
Upohn, 374, vs. Crane-Perse, 2271-;
dLIIUI l~fS IT Armstrong-'Vyse, 909, drew a bye in
SSe fPrst rnund. These games must
T 'S lG IG j be played and the results turned in
by May 11.
QUINTII LULISIJI UU IILU I Games in the second round of the
..Y All-campus tennis doubles tournament
sUn'Y B e c s (Continued from Page Oe are as follows: Rush-Biefield, 2040,
Class. vs. Jerome-Jerome, 236; Tracy-Tracy,
Lane hall. . Peter Antrobus, Admiral Sir Peter, 2-J, vs. Barber-Shaw, 1070-W; Lang-
wist society meehs at Lane who was not a person to be triled Coats, 1457-R, vs. Rowe-Moentz,
with, a bachelor at 60. And it also 2649-J; Goldman-Koeppner, 1597, vs.
he Secial Message o Hosea" las.to do with Mrs. Poskett, who had Kearney-Andrus, 120; Appel-Smock,
discussedd by the students' cast her eyes on Peter with matri- 2034-R, vs. Flowers-Berk, 1166;
lurch of Christ, South Uni- monial intentions. And also with the Samuel-Morals, 2897-, vw Dunakin-
avenue. Misses Pennymint, a spinster, and her Zook, y-63; Menian-Under Rood, 13vs.
dge V. H. Lane addresses birdlike sister, childishly in love with Lightbody-R. Moore, 155; Randall-
,.. u tvU t e H . ao n , M e rner, 355, vs. ' aer sons-W inograd,
lnd a canary, the eyesore, Lord yl ttrack meet will eg at 3:30 o'clock
h Student pngregatIo's a great beau In his day which is con- Mabe
election of officers in Lane tinuig, his son, Jack, who precipi- Mna May 8. The wIl e no
teaar iol e yle saiste g innoen;a these will be run off on Tuesday
lents' Sunday NhtSupper cVausle ac'hefsnal tohmarry any- along with the finals in the , track
semle at Hr hJ events. Preliminaries in the 100, 220,
ris>XHarrisehall f royels e; atInhda wLachnis, cn ody a .Te il en
ettesthley farlelnch maid, pan- and 440 yard dashes, and both hurdles
Li half hour at Presbyteripn numbteof other people. m , a wtlJ 1t e run off Monday as scheduled.
These every-day folk find romance,
byteran Young People's a s who wouldn't, in a little crescent MICHIGAN BASEBALL OWES
discusses "The Strangers in of a place made glad with flooding MUCH TO COACH AY FISHER
st" at Presbyterian church. sunshine and a swift moving river,'-
A. W. Wlishart speaks at Un- and a sentimental old moon? It is a (Continued from Page Six)
servies in Hill auditorium. very human romance, sturdy ,and in- Early last season Michigan sought
vigorating. - - his services. Derril Pratt resigned
MONDAY Tickets will be on sale from 2 to 6 his position as baseball coach to join
sters, Nos. 169 to 189, meet o'clock tomorrow for women, and the Red Sox at that time and Fisher
n. \ from 2 to G o'clock Tuesday and Wed- was chosen from a likely group of
ss rehearsal for entire east nesday for the general public, at the candidates to become his successor.
elle Aventure" at Sarah Cas- box office in Hill auditorium. In his short stay here he has be-
igell hall. ,--come well-liked. He trains his men
" Wateh for canes today. in an efficient manner and results
;how that they have reacted favor-
bly under his system. Besides d
rectin , his time to baseball, Coach
Fisher is assistant football coach in
lhe fall and freshman basketball coach
uring the winter months. This sum-
mer he will be assigned the task of
imparting his baseball knowledge to
oaches who attend the first session
of Michigan's School for Coaches, and
t would not -be amiss to say that he
undoubtedly will meet with the same
uccess in the class ,room as he has
encountered on the diamond.
Michigan is fortunate in having such
a man as Ray Fisher for a coach.
DAVIS SCHOLARSHIP FUND
READY FOR IMMEDIATE USE
Mortarboard society will hold a
meeting at 10 o'clock this morning
at Helen Newberry residence.
will speak on "Camu~ps Activities."
This will be the next to the last of
the series of talks given by prominent
city and university leaders at the din-
ners of the club during the past year.
Watch for canes today.
The $10,000 fund donated to the Uni-
versity by Charles B. Davis, '02E, of
Birmingham, Ala., in memory of his
father, the late Prof. J. B. Davis, of
the department of geodesy and survey-
ing, and accepted by the Regents at
their last - meeting, is immediately
available as a loan fund at a small
rate of interest to students of the de-
partment of geodesy and surveying,
states Prof. C. N. Johnston of that
department. The fund is in the cus-
tody of a committee consisting of the
dean of the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture, the treasurer of .the
University, and the head of the depart-
ment of geodesy and surveying.
Scholarships or prizes for excell-
ence in scholastic work will probably
be awarded from the proceeds of the
fund as soon as returns from the loans
or from the investment of the unused
part of the fund, justify .such a meas-
ure, Professbr Johnston says. If oc-
casion presents, the conditions of the
gift permit the use of a portion of its
returns to finance the establishment
of a chair in the department.
Seniors carry canes today.,
Try a DailyWant Ad. 't pays. .Adv.
All girls who have signed up for
work in the candy booth in University
hall are requested to report at the
hours they are signed up for. Under
the present arrangements any girl
who fails to take charge of the booth
at the time she is accountable for will
be fried $2.00.
Houses that wish to have candy on
sale may do so by sending a rep-
resentative to the booth and signing
up for the amount taken.
Members of Senior society will meet
at 7 o'clock Monday evening at Betsy
The Univers ty uiris' Glee club will
hold their last meeting this year at 4
o'clock Tuesday afternoon, May 9, in
Barbour gymnasitnm. Officers will be
elected at that time and a short busi-
ness meeting will be held.
Tickets will be on sale for the Sen-
ior Girls' play from 2 to 6 o'cloclt Mon-
day for women and from 2 to 6 o'clock
for the general public Tuesday and
Wednesday, in the box office at Hill
'AT THE THEATERS
Arcade - "Beyond the Rocks,"
with Gloria Swanson and Rud-
Majestic-Charles Ray in "The
Barnstormer," and Warings
Orpheum-"Luxury" and Buster
Rae-Tom Mix in "Chasing the
tle Lord Fauntleroy."
Stylus will meet at
Tuesday evening at the
Alphi Chi Om-
All sophomore girls wishing addi-
tional movie tickets call student office
at Hilen Newberry residence.
Kiwanis President Will Speak
Robert Norris, president of the Ann
Arbor Kiwanis club, will speak at the
Whitney-Mrs. Leslie Cari
j John Drew in "The Cire
Watch for canes today.
TIME'S FLYING-Order Them Now
VI SITING CARD S
100 Cards and Plate' - -
100 " from Your Plate -
$5.00 to $3.85
W a hr s ,UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
MILLENS . BUSY STORE
Monday and Tuesday
THE MAY DOLLAR
Save a Dollar a Yard on
y of theBmale,
room of Lane
s at Uion
ure" at Sarah
Navigation On The Huron River
40-inch Cre de Chine, five light ,shades.
36-inch Satin Messaline, black and light
36-inch Black Satin Duchess,
All-Silk Kimono Silks.
All-Silk Shirting Silks.
36-inch Taffeta, black and colors.
Varsity Blotter is out, and
bad by calling at the Chimes
the Press building.
science 2-On account of the
HIill auditorium for the May
, lectures in Pol. Sci. 2, will
n Tuesday and thereafter in
Law building. Seats will be
I and lists posted atsthe en-
efore the lecture Tuesday.
ia Literary circle will meet
'clock Tuesday evening at
11. Very important matters
$taken Vp, together with
of officers for the year
Do not Fail to Try Those
32-inch Imported Pongee Silk.
36-inch Prii4 L Lining and Kimono Satins.
33-nch Japanese Ponpe, imported.
36-inch Black Dress Satins,r
36-inch Black Dress Silks.
12-inch Mummy Japanese Pongee.
White and Pink Wash Satins.
Washable Crepe de'Chine, 20 new shad
Si Chiffon Taffea, black and colors.
Beautiful satis, black andl plors.
Saunders' Canoe Livery
Special Rates Week Days Until 5 P. M.
Storage Space for Rent.
WONDERFUL - THE SHOWING OF THESE BEAUTIFUL SILKS AT ONE0 sd
ollar Day Monday and Tuesday
SPECIAL OFFER ON CANOE STORAGE
IF PAID AT ONCE