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May 14, 1922 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-05-14

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EBRS OF MICHIGA
)NFERENCE
ESDAY
sts of Michigan w
I conference in Ai
The first sessi
wil be held Tuesd

gational council, and Rev. C. W. Mer-
riam, of the Park Congregational.
church, Grand'Rapids.
Various aspects of education will
be among the leading topics of the
conference.
N Meetings will be held Tuesday even-
ing, Wednesday and Thursday, closing
Thursday evening with the Brother-
hood Banquet at the Union' and a
Young Peoples' banquet at the Congre-
ill gational church.
nn The Michigan Home Missionary
on Society will hold its annual meet-
ay ing Thursday morning.
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s ,at the various sessio
esident Marion L. Burt
Paul F. Voelker, of Oliv
esident G. W. Nash, of t
.onal Foundation for Ed
orge L. Cady, secretary
can Missionary associatic
:y E. Riggs, of the depa
[vii engineering, Rev. J.
the Tompkins avenue Co
.1 church, Brooklyn, a
of the Congregational Ho]
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(Continued from Page Three)
Beatrice Joy is the leading woman.
"The Bachelor Daddy" is here for tfie
last three days of the week, and the
Sophomore women of the University
are selling tickets to add to the Uni-
versity of Michigan League fund.
ORPHEUM
"Tol'able David" is here for the
first three days of the week. For ex-

cellent acting and 9interesting plot
this picture is almost in a class by
itself. Richard Barthelmess has the
leading part and Gladys Hulette plays
opposite him.
"Devil Dog Dawson" is a mystery
drama with cowboys and the United
States secret service. -Jack Howie has
the main part.
Maurice Flynn is featured the rest
of the week in "Smiles are Trump"
which is a story of the railroad. It
contains a lot of thrills and is full of
action and romance.
DEAN COOLEY RETURNS FROM
SPEAKING TRIP THROUGH EAST
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the col-'
leges of engineering and architecture,
will return Monday from a ten-day
trip through New York and Pennsyl-
vania, where he has been engaged in
addresing groups of engineers in be-
half of the Federated American En-
gineering societies, of which organiza-
tion he is president.
Ex-Kaiser Reported Iisane
Amsterdam, May 12.-Former Em-
peror William's devotion to religion
has progressed to,,the point of mania,
Admiral Von Turpitz, former com-
mander of the German navy, is re-
ported to have told a friend recently.
The ex-kaiser "is described as spend-
ing most of each day in reading the
scriptures, commentaries, sermons
and other religious books and in pray-
er. His physical health appears to be
good, but the members of his entour-
age at Doorn regard his mental state
with some anxiety. It is observed
that his interest in European affairs
has greatly diminished.

TENNIS COURT USERS
MUST SECURE, PERMITS
Ferry field tennis courts will be run
on a permit system as soon as this
system can be put into practice, in
order that as many students as pos-
sible may have the use of the courts,
and that the distribution of the privi-
lege may be equitable The follow-
ing system has been passed upon by
the Athletic Association upon the ad-
vice of the following men who are
actively interested in tennis: Dr. A.
0. Lee, Professor A. E. Boak, Dr. A.
Ohlmacher, George Reindel, Jr.,
Charles Merkel, Walter Wesbrook,
Frederick Worcester, Coach Yost, and
Harry Tillotson.
Playing permits will be issued for
the use of each court. Holders of a
permit will have the use of the par-
ticular court they are allotted for one
hour. The Athletic association will
keep a man' on the field who shall
have charge of thedistribution ofsthe
permits. Permits are issued fifteen
minutes before each hour for the hour
immediately following. No reserva-
tions may be made several hours or
days in advance. The man in charge
Will be on duty every school day in
the afternoon from 1:45 o'clock on
and on Saturday's from 8:45 o'clock
in the morning during the entire day.
Players receiving permits will be re-
quired to leave the names of all men
who will use the court. /One permit
only to each court will be issued. This
will not necessitate a long waiting
line.. First come first serve will be

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courts are in condition to be played
'on and he, may designate those courts Daily Want

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