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(11:20 a. m.
LY 17, 1922

EDNESDAY,

Ninber 165

of the Deans this morning.
M. L. BURTON.

ting of the Board of Regents will be held Friday, May 26.
for the Regents, in order to be presented at that time,
at the President's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday, May 18.
is received later than this time will be presented.
M. L. BURTON.
rogram:
ns who have notices which they desire printed in the gen-
ent Program to be issued by the Universfty, kindly turn
my office by noon, Thursday, May 25.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
ested in Improving Their Spelling: -
e causes and remedies for poor'spelling is in progress in
boratory, School of Education. Any students who experi-
Iculties with spelling and who would be willing to co-
tent of' six hours of their time, will confer a favor, and at
y learn something to their advantage by participation in
ent, call at Room 106, Tappan hall or telephone 1867 and
Ciefer or Mr. Sangren. '
G. M. WHIPPLE.-

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H. E. Riggs, of the civil engineering department, will address
at 11 a. in. on Wednesday, May 17, 1922, in room 348 of the
>uilding. Every Freshman is urged to be present at this as-
C. E. WILSON,,
Head Mentor Freshman Engineers.
staff of the College of'Literature, Science, and the Arts:
1 be a meeting of the Staff on Wednesday, May 17, at 4 p. m.,
3. ' J. L. MARKLEY.
atorical Board:
I be an important meeting of the Oratorical Board this after-
:ck, in room 302 Mason hall. The newly elected officers of the
new delegates .will be installed at this meeting.
0. W. RUSH, President...
siness Adminlstration:
Smith, of Henry L. Doherty & Co., investment bankers, of De-
in room 106, Economics building, Thursday afternoon, May 18,
tervfew seniors who are interested in securing employmnt in
t banking business. I. L. SHARFMAN.

GOING ON

meeting of
d by "open
itiation and

Chii

4 rehearsal In Un-
ga Alpha meets at
nstration by J. M.
ecture hall, Physics
b meets at Union..
rmphony orchestra
mlee at Hill audi-

RSDAY
Comedy

club meet,

ishoan orchestra meets
of Union.
and meets at Library
g.
Science society meets

rt association an.
Ition of Batiks by
paintings by G. A.
olors by Edmund
Lars Hoftrup, and
pencil drawings by
therine C. Fowler,
cEwen. Open daily
ck, West gallery,
hall.
3 AND GOWNS
SWING-OUT DAY

these lakes from an economic and
from a scientific standpoint, and their
worth as summer resorts.
Gargoyle ,MIen Go
Into HYiding As
Issue Date Nears
The B. M. 0. C. number of the Gar-
goyle which was to have made its ap-
pearance on the' campus this morn.
ing will not be on sale until tomor-
row due to the violent threats of the
Big Men on the Campus pictured with-
in, according to rumor, and particu-
larly by those who feel the personal
affront at not being placed in Gar-
goyle's hall of fame. Threats of per-
sonal violence and intimidation rend-
ered it inadvisable to sell until ade-
quate protection could be provided, it
is said.
Jack Kelly, '24L, managing editor,
could not be located yesterday, al-
though considerable efforts were' made
to do ,o. Last night, however, in a
long distance phone call from a city
the name of which he refused to dis-
close, he gave out the following state-
ment: "The Gargoyle will be on sale
tomorrow without fail. if necessary
both companies of the University R.
O. T. C. will be called into action to
protect the' salesmen and quell dis-
turbances. But we will not disappoint
those on the campus who wish to see
the great men of Michigan revealed
in their true light. To use the slogan
of the famous 'Line o'Type' column 'we
have hewed to the line and let the
quips fall 'where they may'."
CLEVER COMEDIES END
PLAYER CLUB SEASON
(Continued from Page One)
solving the problem of two young lov-
ers. The principal role of the second,
play, "The Philosopher of 'Butterbig-
gens,"' was exceedingly- well exeeut-
ed by Robert Tubbs, '23. The Scotch
dialect which was used throughout
was typical, having been perfected un-
der the direction of Prof. Roy Cowden..
"The Glittering Gate," by Lord Dun-
sany, closed the program. Two thugs
succeed in picking their way into
heaven, only to find that there is no
heaven for them behind the "glittering
gate." ,
The smoothness of production and
good acting which characterized all
three presentations make the perform-
ance a fitting conclusion for the club's
successful season. J. G..'G.
INSTRUCTOR TO LECTURE
ON PROPERTIES OF X-RAY

BOD HOLDS UP
IN1 ENTIRE STTE
ALL INSTITUTIONS MUST WAIT
FOR CONSTRUCTION
FUNDS
WORK AT UNIVERSITY
WILL COME TO HALT
Money, Except for Repairs and Up-
keep, Denied Until After
June 30
(By Associated Press)
Lansing, May 16.-The state admin-
istrative boar'd today upheld Governor
Groesbeck's stand in deciding the Un-
iversity of Michigan building program
should be deferrqd, by adopting a res-
olution providing that the entire gen-
eral building program of the state
be held up until after June 30.
This action came that not only will
the University building program be
halted, but that also no construction
work will be done at the Michigan
Agricultural college, the State Normal
colleges, nor other state institutions,
except immediate repair work and
minor projects.
The resolution adopted by the board
was offered by State Treasurer Gor-
man, who explained that definite in'
formation as to the state's financial
status would be forthcoming July 1,
the beginning of a new fiscal year,
and that the state could not author-
ize expenditures intelligently until
that time. Attorney General Wiley
was the only board member who voted
against adoption of the resolution.
SENATE EDORSES PLAN
OF COLLEGE QURTERLY
COMMITTEES NAMED TO ADVISE
IN WORK OF EXTENSION
DIVISION
Indorsement was given the propos-
al of a University of Michigan Quart-
erly, as suggested by the Senate coun-
c'fl by the University senate at its last
meeting. The purpose of the Quart-
erly will be to publish all those ar-
ticles of interest to the University and
its supporters, that the Alumnus, on
account of its lack of space, finds it-
self unable to do.
.President Marion L. Burton ap-
pinted two committees at the same
meeting, in connection with the work
of the Extension division. One com-
mittee of which Profs. R. M. Wenley,
C. S. Berry, and A. S. Warthin are
members, was appointed with the pur-
pose of writing a history of the Exten-
sion division and. to collect facts con-
cerning it. Theother committee, which
consists of Prof. J. E. Reeves, of the
political science department, Prof. A.
S. Warthin, of the Medical school,
Prof. H. C. Anderson, of the mechanic-
al engineering department, Prof. C. C.
Glover, of the pharmacy department,
and Prof. J. B. Edmonson, of the
School of Education, will act as an
advisory body to the director of the
Extension division in much the same
way as the executive board of the
Graduate school advises its dean.
COOLEY STARTS_ ON ISIT
TO CONFERENCE OF DENS
TO ADDRESS STUDENTS AT IOWA
STATE BEFORE GOING T9
CHICAGO

Dean Mortimer 13. Cooley, of the
Colleges of Engineering and Architec-
ture, left the city last night to attend
a iheeting of deans of Middle Western
engineering colleges next Friday in
Chicago. Before attending this meet-
ing, he will spend two days in Iowa.
Iowa State universtily engineering
students, and the members of the Eng-
ineers' club, Iowa City, will hear the
dean today. Tomorrow he will ad=
dress the engineering students of Iowa
State college, Ames, and the local
branch of the American Society of
Civil Engineers there.
Friday's meeting of deans was call-
ed especially to consider the prac-
ticability of broadening the regular
engineering courses as now generally
taught, and the possibility of length-
ening them to five or six years. Oth-
er problems of a general nature will
be brought up.
PLAN TRYOUTS FOR( COME1Y
CLUB TOMORROW AFTERNOON
Students who are . interested in
dramatics and wishI40 try out for the
Comedy club are asked .to report be-
tween 3:30 and 6 o'clock Thursday
in University Hall. All those who
wish to try out are asked to bring
some selegtion of a dramatic nature
which they can read as a test of their
abilities.

May 17-May Festival begins.
May 19-May Festival.
May"20-May Festival.
May 22-Northwestern tennis match.
Illinois golf match. ,
May 23-Serenade (Girls' Glee club,
Fresh).
May 24-First Senior Sing.
May 25-High school editors' conven-
tion.
May 26-Cap Night.
Architects' Ball.
May 27-Chicago baseball game.
May 29-Wisconsin'baseball game.
Chicago golf match.
May 30-Lantern Night.
June 1-Lantern Night.
June 2--0. S. U. baseball game.
'Last day of classes.
Any additions or corrections to the
above should be mailed to the Calen-
dar Editor of The Daily.
CONFERENCES REPORTED AND
OFFICERS INSTALLED BY Y. W.
Reports from the conference and in-
stallation of officers were the main
features of the general membership
meeting of the Y. W. C. A. held Tues-
day afternoon at Newberry hall. Re-
ports were also read on the national
conference and the girls were urged
to try and attend the summer camp
at Lake Geneva.

Studios-
Amn Arbor
Hillsdale

American League
Detroit 4, Washington 2.
St. Louis 6, Boston 5.
New York 3, Cleveland 0.
Philadelphia 9, Chicago 6.
National League
Chicago 3, New York 2.
Boston 7, Pittsburg 5.
Philadelphia-St. Louis, rain.

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school wishing to work on the {
business side of The Summer I
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the business manager any after-
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BRING YOUR PANAMA AND STRAW
HATS IN NOW, TO BE CLEANED.
Prices for cleaning Panamas $1.25,up.
Prices for cleaning stiff
straws....... .....75 up.
We do only high class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 PACKARD STREET
Telephone 1792
GRADUATES
CLASS OF 1922
SALESMANSHIP offers you the
greatest opportunity of today.
Several' ambitious and industri-
ous young men may now enter
this field by connecting them-
selves with an old established
internationally known Invest-
ment House offing only high
grade securities. No selling ex-
perience necessaryif you are
determined to succeed. Draw-
ing account while you are learn-
nig and eve'ry possible aid will
be given you. Your future in-.
come unlimited. It all depends
on you. Phone Hotel Whitney
before 2:30 p. m. Thursday for
appointment. Ask for Read
Smith, '17 Lit

Gloria

"Her Husi

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Something to show his friends,
parade before them to make him
ful-was she to blame when she
men too much?
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How to Grow Thin's

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Thomas Meighan is coming in
"The Bachelor Daddy"
M1

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NEW

BOOKS

On The Caj
' Phone 303

by MICHIGAN

ARTHUR C. POUND '07
,"The Iron Man In Indutry"
WEBB WALDRON '05
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w $1.90

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The march ended in
n hall, where group plc-
lasses were taken.
prevent the law-engi-
t has frequented other
engineering arch was
line of march, but the
'sing to be so easily
away from the line on
ity avenue, marching
et and up the diagonal
rch.. Other.. signs that
' still existed were
the day, such as the
rs blocking the arch in
rith sheet iron, an old
tillery gun and many
g the laws to pass, but
urred between the two
hout the entire cere-

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It's rather difficult to
serve finest foods at low-

est prices.

Yet the Arcade

Caifeteria does it eblery day!

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TAL HUMAN INTERES

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Experimental demonstration of the
properties of Roentgen rays, or X-
rays, will accompany the lecture of ,.
M. Cork, of the physics department,
d on these rays, at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in the west lecture room, Physics
- building. The lecture will dwell for
. the most part on the use of the X-ray
. in connection with the medical pro-
f fession. I Though the talk will be de-
r livered particularly for the benfit of

Upstairs, Nickels' Arcade

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