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1.3n. Saturdays.)

MAY

1922

Number 104

re and Marine Engineering:
mum tenable for three years has been of-
aval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
not wish their names published, as certain
are not yet complete, the conditions in gen-
en to competition to students who will have
this Juno.
bject to competitive examination in the sub-
he College of Engineering. The final exam-
hierefore form the basis for grading.
al conduct of the student will also receive
e to the student who expects to complete the
nd Marine Engineering.
or this scholarship are requested to call and
fessor H. C. Sadler, Room 326 Engineering
eginning of Examination week, between the
t Thursdays) or from 2 to 3 p. m.
e open to Freshmen every year after this.
H. C. SADLER.
ss Meeting:
ng of Alpha Chapter in Michigan, Phi Beta
!ay 16, at 4:15 ip. m. in room 204-5 Mason
sired for the consideration of an important
ry of the United Chapters.
E. M. CARROLL, Secretary.
.1 o'clock in Room 348 Engineering building
ng to be made. Everybody come.
W. C. ROAD, ClassMentor.
English):
will meet at the Ann Arbor High School on
on TUESDAY as first planned.
C. C. FRIES.
meet at the usual hours Tuesday and Wed-
L. J. CARR.
Ann Arbor Art association is called by its
for Thursday afternoon, May 18, at 3:45, in
1 Hall. The incorporation of the Association
- All members are urged to be present
canvases of industrial subjects constitute an
exhibition, will- speak on "Ideals in Art" at
ublic is invited to attend.
B. M. DONTALDSON.
. consist of three one-act plays, "Glittering;
biggens", and "Caoks and Cardinals", this
swell Angell Hall. Members please present
R. B. RITTER, President.

SENATE P O
President Appoints. Advisory, History
Committees for Extension -
Division
PUBLICATIONS BOARD ASSETS"
. WILL BE $40,000 BY aUG. 1
Approval of the University commit-
tee on discipline was voted at the
meeting of the University Senate last
night and it will be passed on to the
Board of Regents. The committee, as
proposed by the Senate council, is to
be composed of three members of the
University Senate, appointed by the
President, and one member of the fac-
ulty o each school and ollege of the
University, appointed by the dean of
that school or college. The Dean qf
Students is not to be a member of the
committee though he may attend all
meetings of the committee and it is
intended that all cases brought up be.
fore the committee should first be
taken to him.
President Appoints Committee
President Burton, a er the Senate's
ratification of the plan, appointed
three members of the committee who
are to be the Senate members. The
representative members from the dif-
ferent colleges and schools of- the
University will sit on the committee
only when cases involving students
from their respective schools are be-
ing heard. The men appointed are
Prof. E. C. Goddard of the Law school,
Prof. H. W. King of the engineering
college, and Prof. R. T. Crane of the
literary college.-
Extension Advisers Named
President Burton announced the ap-
pointment of two committees in con-
nection with the Extension division,
one to prepare a history and to col-
lect facts bearing on extension work
and the other to serve as an advisory
body to the .xtenson director in
much the same way, as the executive
board of the graduate school serves.
The committee appointed to draw up
the' history of the work consists of
Prof. 4. M. Wenley of the philosophy
department, Prof. C. S. Berry of the
department of education, and Prof. A.
S. Warthin of the department of
pathology.
Prof. F. N. Scott, chairman of the
Board in Control of Student Public-
tions, presexted a report in hih he
estimated that the assets of the board
would approxipxate$40,000 by 'the end
of the school year, in August.
MICHIGAN TENNIS PLAYERS
OPEN TRIP WITH VICTORY
(C'ontinued from Page One)'
In the doubles, Reindel and Merkel
were opposed by Pfeiffer and Williams,
of Pittsburg. Both Michigan men were
stroking and voleyig well and took
the match in short order 6-1, 6-.
Sanchez and Rorich defeated Green
,and Garroway 6-4, 6-.
Carnegie Tech will be Michigan's
opponent, Tuesday and Tech has a
stronger team than Pittsburg. A well
earned %e against the undeefated Le-.
high team gdecently stamps the Car-
negie team as a strong one. Neville,
Swartz, KeIl, and Copley will probably
make up theTech team, while 'Mich-
igans line-upwil 1 be the same that
played Pittsbrg.
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
SPEAKS SUNDAY AT UNION
(Continued from Page. One)
being ameliorated under the new sys-
tem.
In the selection of government of-
ficials, he stated, the most efficient men
procurable should be selected for the
business of carrying on state or ha-
tional government. In speaking .t
preparatoin for public service work,
Mr. Wiley pointed out that the essen-
tial requisites were real ability and
integrity.

0.' S. U. Names Basketball Director
Columbus, O., May 15. -- arold G.
Olsen, athletic director at Ripon
(Wisconsin) college, has been ap-
pointed director of basketball at Ohio
State university it was. announped
here today. Olsen had been athletic
director for four years. He was grad-
uated from Wisconsin in 1917.

LL ernoon, and all further preparations Ann :Arbor Custom Shoe Factory,
await the coming of the orchestra, shoes tailor made to suit your' indi-
All the tickets in the main floor and vidual taste. Sport shoes our special-
first balcony sections ave beensold. ty. Bring your repairs to the place
There are still some tickets in the where shoes are made. 534 Forest
SET -FOR FESTiL second balcony, however, which are re- Avenue.-Adv.
ported to be desirable.
Will Hold Final Rehersal Tonight; to ----
Piictice with Chicago Orches. AT THE THEA'TERS1 DANA E, HISCOCK
tra Tomorrow I(DEALER IN
MOST OF TICKEETS SOLD; FEW
LEFT IN SECOND BALCONY TODAY HARD And SOFT
With the Choral Union rehearsal at -- COA L
7 o'clock tonight in Hill audi'orium,
the long period of preparation for the I scWEE3 'OOD AND COKE
May Festival programs will be com-
pleted, as far as the local chorus aloe'- KntkyEgPohonts
# )entucky Egg, Pocahontas,
is concerned; for tomorrow afternoon, Arcade-May McAvoy In "A Manhattan Egg, West Vir-
following the arrival of the Chicago - Homespun Vamp.' ginia Lump, Solvay Coke,
Symphony orchestra in the city at I t-s "G ood Clean Hard Coal.
noon, the first full rehearsal will be HajesticbGloria Swanson in "Her
held. Husband's Trademark." PHONE 109F2
Hill auditoriini Is in readiness for
the six concerts, beginning with the iOrpheumRichard Barthelmes
in "Tol'able David."- -
orchestra program at 8 o'clock to-
morrow night, at which Mario Cham- Rae-"TheDawn Maker" with
lee, tenor with the Metropolitan Opera Bill Hart.M e
company, will be soloist.
Officials of the School of Music re- Wuerth- "Too Much Business"
port that all the soloists are sched- starring TulyoMucarshall.
uled to arrive well ahead of'the time tM
for their concerts, as well as for the TRADE MARK RUG. u.S.PAT.or,
special rehearsals with orchestra and
chorus on Thursday and Fi-lday morn- STAGE -HE ORIGINAL loD
ings. These two rehearsals, according
to. those in charge, should make the
choral numbers go without a hitch. "
At these rehearsals Frederick Stock Snhrou buy a wide-web
will direct,'except in "La Vita Nuova," "Cooks and Cardinals," "The It identifies the genuine-the
by Wolf-Ferrari, which number will Philospaher of Butterbiggens I I ent orthets nadle s
be directed by Earl V. Moore, acting and "The Glittering Gate. Real luxury and solid cofort.
conductor of the Choral Union. A'I850cto $1, everywher, to 8igi-0ip and the
complete rehearsal of the chorus parts - - -- E. Z. S.Grip and theE. Z. Sport Gater. Mad
of this work were held Sunday aft- se by The iiim P. Talor Co., Brddeport, C..
You'll find many bargains when you You wouldn't wear a tourniquet
"ead Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.
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he last'
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uesday, May 16, at 8 p. m.
┬ęk on "Newer Arguments
aeeting of the year. The
e Michigan Union.
A. C.BENJAMIN.

g-out Exercises Tuesday, May 16, the class in Story-
g 6, will not meet at 4 o'clock. The next meeting
18, at 4 o'clock. The program will be in charge of
have been in charge Tuesday.
RAY K. IMMEL.

The' Daily will fin5 ft for. you.-Adv

NEW

BOOKS by MICHIGAJ

ING OGN
LY "
ets at Hill audi-
wing-Out. Blue
es business staff

Beneker, water colors by Edmund
S. Campbell and Lars Hoftrup, and
pen and ink and pencil drawings by
D. S. Walker, Catherine C. Fowler,
and Katherine McEwen. Open daily
from 2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall.
Adelphi House of Representatives will
hold aii important meeting at 7:30
o'clock tonight. Nominations for the
office of speaker and other very im-
portant business will be transacted.
A full attendance is requested.
An important meeting of Alpha Delta
Sigma will: be held at 7:30 o'clpck
tonight in room 304 of the Union,
Matters of organization will be de-
cided and put into effect, and it is
urged that all members be present.

ARTHUR C. POUND '07
"The Iron Man In Industry"
WEBB WALDRON 05
"The Road to the World" .

* $.75
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UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

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practice in

TONIGHT
PLAYERS CLUB PROGRAM

lub meets at Lane

of

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at the Con-
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ves in Uni-
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eeting starts

GARGOYLE OUT TOMORROW;
THROWS SLAMS AT B. M. 0.

THREE ONE-ACT PLAYSI

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(Continued from Page One)
written of their admiration for Wil-
liam Van Orden, Ed Meiss and Walter.
B. Rea.
The unforgetable 'Ernie Vick has
been gifted with a cartoon of himself.
It shows hin in his football togs
shaking hands with himself in his
baseball togs and congratulating him-
self in' both cases upon his unusual
stellar performances in the sports.
Engagement of Students Announced.
Announcement is made of the en-
gagement of Devera Steinberg, '22, to
Harry Stocker, '19M. Miss Steinberg
is a Delta Sigma' Rho and a member
of Phydelian sorority. Stocker is a
Phi Delta Epsilon and was elected to
Phi Beta Kappa.
Prof. Cross Talks on Exhibition
A gallery talk on the exhibition of
Beneker's paintings, Knapp's Batiks,
and thle works of other artists was
given by Prof.,Robert R. Cross of the
fine art department Sunday afternoon
in Alumni Memorial hall.
Albert Gansle
Fins Custom Tailor-
ing Suits made to or-
der at Reasonable
"Prices.

25 Cents'

8:00 O'clock

Sarah Caswell Angell Hall

HERETHIS WEEK

"COOKS AND CARDINALS," Harvard 47 Workshop
"THE PHILOSOPHER OF BUTTERBIGGENS," by Harold Chapin
"THE GLITTERING GATE," by Lord Dunsany

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SENIOR LIT NOTICE
All senior its must get their
caps and gowns before noon to-
day. The- days for wearing caps
and gowns are to be Tuesdays
and Fridays.
ROBERT PEARE,
Chairman of Cap, and Gown
Committee

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