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its to the reg-
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The third practice for the May-pole
dances will be held at 4:30 Monday,
May 29. It is very important that all
Chaperones for dances this week
end are: Union-Friday, Mrs. H. B.
Lazzell; Saturday, Mrs. Yates Adams;
Armory-Friday, Miss Martha Hills;
Saturday, Mrs. IJ. W. Cake.
The preliminaries in the tennis
tournament will be played off between
the freshman and junior classes at
4:15 o'clock today. There will be two
eingles and one double match.
JRUGO DIEMER TO SPEAK AT
ANNUAL BANQUET OF A.S.M.E.
ttee, Dorothy Jef-
ad at once. This
or campaign ex-
ssoUaAio n1. univer-
hold their annual Mr. Hugo Diemer, industrial director
at 11 o'clock Satur- of the LaSalle Extension University of
ie home of Mrs. Jos- Chicago, has peen secured as the main
07 Hill street. There speaker at the annual banquet of the
uncheon previous to 4mericain Society of Mechanical engi-
ngn neers to ie held at the Union Saturday
night, at 6:30 o'clock. The subject
g emjloyment for which has been chosen for his address
mmer school or the by Mr. Diemer is "Opportunities for
e who will take girls the College Trained Man in Produc-
room next fall are tion," and much can be expected, as
at Deaan Jordan's of- Mr. Diemer professionally, is a man-
ssible. agement engineer, and has had exper-
-- ience with various large construction
taking rifle practice corporations.
fire the army rifle The Detroit branch of 'the society
1:30 o'clock this as well as the Ann Arbor section will
3k will leave for the 'be present at the banquet.
number of college men to enter training course
elling of Dodge Brothers' Motor Vehicles in
during' which time we will pay a salary and
on. See Wm. Peach or O'Dea for appointment.
.HOMAS J. DOYLE, Dealer
4462 Woodward Ave.
' SUNDAY DESERT
(Continued from Page One)
In full keeping with the distinctive
and unusual that characterizes the
book are the innovations of several
new and better departments. Chief
among these in attractiveness and
merit is "Remember Way Back
When -." No longer will men of
the future day glance at the book of
former years and gaze upon those
proclaimed to be "In the Lime Light."
The former title is well and. good for
the year in which the Michiganen-
sian is issued, but after that it ceases
to be a live topic, and it approaches
the ludicrous as the years pass on.
With the new and distinctive depart-
ment, all this will be gone and the
suggestion to "Remember Way Back'
When -" will bring memories to
mind that the other never could do.
Dedication is Pleasing
The dedication of the book deserves
a word of praise. It is to he "through
whose untireing efforts and wise
counsel the present high standard of
the publications of the University bf
Michigan has been attained," Prof-
Edson R. Sunderland. It is without
doubt that Professor Sunderland de-
serves this distinctive and high hon-
or. To those who have had connection
with him and who have seen him do
his work the dedication as stated does
not express the gratitude that Profes-
sor Sunderland deserves.
Taken all in all the Michiganensian
of 1922 is good. It is more than good
in that it is distinctive. It expresses'
the new character of a new thought
of a great University. It will stand
for years as a feature, a feature not to
be forgotten, for it marks the new
ideas and new spirit of a "Greater
Michigan" of 1922 ..
$200 FOR LEAGUE
More than $200 was realized from
the "A Bachelor Daddy," starring
Thomas Meighan which was given at
the Majestic theater last week-end
under the auspices of the sophomore
girls. The exact proceeds c'annot yet
be determined until all tickets are
Much of the 'success -of ,the affair
was due to its'specialfeatures which
Were musical selections by Phil Dia-
mond and Mike Chqn, impersonations
by Archie McDonald, '22L, and Hawai-
ian music by Dwan Tang, '24E,and
Cyrus Tavares, '24, whose services
were donated the various evenings,
and to the co-operation of the man-
agement of the Majestic theater.
MEETING HELD TO
Officers of the Women's leagu'e for
the coming year were formally in-
stalled yesterday afternoon, when the
retiring officers surrendered the
"front row" on the stage at Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Edna Groff, '22,
introduced her successor in the presi-
dency of the league, Frances Ames,
'23. "We are going to put all we can
into the league next year so that we
can take out a lot at the end of the
year," said the new president.
Reports from the various commit-
tees were submitted, and a summary
of the work of the league this year
given. Neva Lovewell, '22, chairman
of the campaign fund, reported that
$8,000 had been raised for the fund
Results of class elections which
were held after the installation, will
be published tomorrow.
Engagement of Students Announced
Announcement was made Wednes-
day night at the Chi Omega house of
the engagement of Evelyn Rockwell,
'22, to, Richard Gregory, '23. Mr.
Gregory is' a member of the Delta Chi
cess is our
There is r
offer is ma
find you i
HllIer. & foiler
run no r
25 W. Lake St., I
AT THE THEA''ERS
Arcade-"Jackie," featuring Shir-
Majestic-"The Good Provider,"
with entire "Humoresque"
Orpheum-Eileen Percy in "Lit-
tle Miss Hawkshaw."
Wuerth-"Come on Over," by
Rupert Hughes, and Snub Pol-
ONE THINGS SUR.
A NICE*COLD,8 TH--
ALWAYS COOLS (
A delicious combination
French Marshmallow N
and Maple Mousse.
;flay 26-Cap Night.
May 27-Chicago baseball game.
May 29-Wisconsin baseball game.
Chicago golf match.
May 31-Lantern Night.
June 3-0. S. U. baseball game.
Last day of classes.
and Gas Coke
' Any additions or corrections to the
above should be mailed to the Calen-
dar Editor of The Daily.
EDUCATION ?SENIORS WILL
LEAVE LAMP AS MEMORIAL
A memorial lamp, to be placed at
the main entrance to the new admin-
istration building of the School of
Education, will be left as a' class me-
morial by the senior class in that
school, according to plans' drawn up
at a meeting yesterday afternoon in
Class Day exercises will be held at
3 o'clock Thursday, May 25, in Sarah
Caswell Angel hall. President Mar-
ion L. Burton will be the principal
speaker. Following the exercises a
class dinner will be held at the Union.
UMMERTIME can't stay mad
very long in the vicinity of
a nice cool bath. Turn on
the cold water. Turn off the
perspiration, take a cold shower
and cheer up a bit. Remember
what folks say about the plumb-
ing shops being the place to go
for your every plumbing need.
They are telling you the truth.
320 NO. MAIN ST.,
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He knows we
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His title-his unifc
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PHONES: 2207 and 81 Fl
Sale extraordinary of
CORNWEL L BLDG.
CAMP DAVIS MEN NOTICE
Make You Smile
Those Good Old
All men who are to attend the
first session at camp and have
not already procured tickets must
see me in room 300 of the Eng-
ireering -building this aft-
ernoon. AL. CUTHBERT.
FOR SALE-Outlines of economic
political, constitutional developments
in this semester's English History.
OF SILK OR WOOL
FORMER VALUES TO $49.50
Any miss or little woman planning for a new S
dress should not miss this sale. Chiffon Taffetas
sy;Willow Taffetas, Poiret Twills and fine Tric
Features include new kinds of embroidery,
sleeves, prettiest of necks, picturesque draperies,
ribbon trimming, silk and wool embroidery, and
es of lace.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY
Ann Arbor Creamery
BUTTER AND EGGS