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7, 1922 Dumber 174

idents having in their possession books drawn from the University
y, are notified that all such books are due Wednesday, May 31, on
t of the impending close of the academic year.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
ering English 6, Report Writing:
udents who miss the lecture on Tuesday, May 30, are urged to attend
tures on Wednesday, May 31, at 8, 9, 10, or 11, a. m., or at 2 p. m. As
the final lecture in the course, it is important that all who can shall be
t. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
ngineering Students:
lose students chosen for the first camp will find the schedule of spe-
aaminations which they are required to take posted upon the Bulletin
opposite Room 322. For further information or conflicts see Mr.
in Room 300. H. E. RIGGS.
Recital of Macbeth:
public recital of Macbeth will be given by the classes in Shakespearean
.g, Saturday morning, May 27, at 10 o'clock in the auditorium of Uni-
r Hall. LOUIS EICH.
of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Faculty Meeting:
e next meeting of the Faculty will be, held Monday, May, 29, at 4:10
in Newberry Auditorium. Subjects for discussion: (1) Ctedit for cor-
dence work; (2) Dean Lloyd's resolution as to disposal of di ciplin-
ses. JOHN EFFINGER.

a's Research. Club:'
e last meeting of the year will
Room Z 231 Nat. Sci. building.

be held Wednesday, May 31, at 7:30
Miss Kiefer will speak on Mental
ORMA T. BUTLER, Secretary.

53 INITI ATED INTO
SIGMA XI MEMBERSHIP
HONORARY SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
SOCIETY ADDRESSED BY
W. W. BISHOP
Sigma Xi, national honorary scien-
tific research society, initiated 53 new
members at the spring initiation last
night at the Union. Mr. William W.
Bishop, University librarian, was the
speaker of the evening.
A banquet was held at 6:15 o'clock
on the third floor of the Union and was
followed by the initiation ceremony.
Mr. Bishop spoke on "The Record of
Science." The names of the initiates
was- printed in the May 16 issue of
The Daily.
The officers of the organization are:
President, Prof. A. Franklin Shull;
vice-president, Prof. Warren P. Lom-
bard; secretary, Prof. Peter Okkel-
berg; and treasurer, Prof. Carl V.
Weller.
EDUCATIONAL CLUB
INITIATES JUNIORS
Prof. C. 0. Davis, in speaking before
the new members of the Girls' Educa-
tional club Thursday evening, discuss-
ed their responsibility as members of
the club. Jean Thomas, '22, president
of the organization, welcomed the in-
itiates.
The officers elected for next year
are: Mary Lucile Welty, president;
Natalie Jordan, vice-president; Rose
Tobias, secretary. The following new
women were initiated Rose Tobias,
Margaret Reineke, Margaret Walker,
Helen Allan, Harriet Blum, Helen
Davenport, Caroline Heinz, Francis
Jackson, Natalie Jordan, and Mary
Lucile Welty.
FRESHMEN FLING
CAPS INTO FLAMES
(Continued from Page One)
Glaring that the age does not ask that
a man succeed, but that it does de-
mand that he fight. Pecuniary gain is
an incidental, a by-product, he de-
clared, and to work for it solely is not
in keeping with the spirit the student
should have.
The classes arose and with bared
heads sang "The Yellow and Blue."
The band broke into "Where, 0
Where -" and the classes sang their
respective verses. Pallbearers ap-
peared with the freshman casket, and
marched slowly to the fire to the tune
of a dirge. The flames leaped higher
as the casket was thrown on. The
signal had been given, the freshmen
swarmed to the fire and threw their
caps into the flames. The snake dance
began, the shouts of the freshmen
echoed from the hills. They were safe
now in the sophomore class.
The crowd turned, swarmed the
streets, and headed toward the shows
whose doors were thrown open for
the celebrating students.

PASS RESOLUTION ON
PARKER RESIGNATIO0N
SENIOR ENGINEERS EXPRESS RE-
GRET AT LOSS PF DEPART-
MENT HEAD
Members of the senior engineering
class unanimously passed a resolution
of appreciation for the services of
Prof. John C. Parker as head of the
department of electrical engineering
and regret at his resignation from the
}faculty- of the University at their
classmeetingheld yesterday morning
in room 348 of the Engineering
building. - Professor Parker made his
farewell addressto the class and was
presented with a life subscription to
the National Geogrphic magazine as
a token of their esteem.
The resolution as passed, was as
follows: "Resolved: That the class
of '22E express its deep appreciation
of the services that Prof. John C.
Parker has rendered to the Univer-
sity of Michigan as a teacher and
true friend of the student body; and
resolved, further, that this class re-
grets exceedingly that conditions have
arisen which make Professor Parker
feel that he must tender his resigna-
tion; and resolved, further, that it is
the feeling of the class that in ac-
cepting Professor Parker's resigns-
tion the University has lost a loyal
man of outstanding ability and worth
whose place in the University and in
the hearts of the students will be im-
possible to fill.
Professor Parker expressed his
opinion of what should be the aims
of a graduating engineer. He stressed
service to mankind as the prime mo-
tive of the real man.
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Plans for the senior engineer ban-
quet which is to be held on Thurs-
day, June 1, at the Union were an-
nounced. President Marion L. Bur-
ton, Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, and
Prof. Louis M. Gram will be the
speakers.
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WHAT'S GOING O
SATURDAY
:00-Aristolochite scholarship ex-
amination in room 300,, Chemistry
building.
30-Varsity band meets at Univer-
sity hall. Summer uniforms.
DO-Mlieugan.Chicago baseball game
at Ferry field.
0-A. S. M. E. banquet at Union.
30-Craftsmen banquet at Masonic
emple.
DO-Upper Room Bible class meets
n Lane hall.
D0-Craftsmen installation of offic-:
ors,
SUNDAY
0--University Men's Bible class
neets in Upper room, Lane hall.
:00-"Micah as a Leader of the Com-
non People," will be discussed by
he student class, -Church of Christ,
South University avenue.
:00-Baptist Guild class meets in the
-uild house. Dr. Chapman is the
eader.
0-Lutheran Student club farewell
or seniors at Zion Lutheran church.
0-Social half hour at Presbyterian
arch.
0-Baptist guild social half hour at
laptist church.
0-Alexander Burr leads Presby.
erian Young People's society on
opic, "What Is Real Freedom?"
0-Baptist guild meeting led by
Varren Jackson. Topic: "Leader-
hip with Christ."
U-NOTICES
e Ann Arbor Art associanon an.
ounces an exhibition of Batiks by
3ugo Knapp, oil paintings by G. A.
3eneker, water colors by Edmund
I. Campbell and Lars Hoftrup, and
en and Ink and pencil drawings by
). S. Walker, Catherine C. Fowler,
nd tatherine McEwen. Open daily"
rom 2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
lumni Memorial hall.
kets for the A. S. M. E. banquet
o be held at 6:30 o'clock 'to-
ight at the Union may be secured
a rooms 231 and 339 of the Engi-
eering building.-
XPLETE SPECIFICATIONS
FOR PRACTICE HIGH SCHOOL

REGENTS HA R REPORT,
ACT ON GIFT BUILDINGS
(Continued from Page One)
tal society to hold their annual meet-
ing here next February.'
Regent Junius Beal presented a pe-
tition from the Landladies' league in
which it was requested that the pe-
riod for student leases be fixed at two
semesters. The matter was referred
to the Regents' committee on stu-,
dent welfare.
Regent F. B. Leland reported that
the University's share in the estate
of the late Cornelius Donovan as pro-
vided for in the will of the deceased
would amount to more than $140,000.
By a state inheritance tax ' law of
Louisiana, where Mr. Donovan lived,
the University would be compelled to
pay an inheritace tax amounting to
more than $12,000 before it receives
the share in the estate allotted to it.
The law provides that any inherit-
ance shall be exempt for tax when
it is left to charitable or educational
eleemosynary institutions within the
state of Louisiana, but does not al-
low this concession to institutions
ou-tside of the state. -
It was decided that the University
will contest the power of the state to
deduct the tax on the ground that the
law is unconstitutional. According to
Regent Leland a similar case is be-
ing tried before the Supreme court
in which Harvard university is the
plaintiff.
MOWERY AND MEYERS ASKED
TO REPORT FOR FINALS
Owing to the fact that only four
men placed for the finals in the 120
high hurdles and the 220 low hurdles,
Mowery, No. 22, of Highland Park, and
Meyers, No. 276, Cass Tech., as asked
to report on Ferry field at 1 o'clock
this afternoon to participate in these
events.
INTRAMURAL DEPARTMENT WILL
ENLARGE ITS SCOPE OF WORK
(Continued from Page Five)
is the first of an intended series of
appoinments that will make the in-
tramural staff more or less permanent
in nature, and to add to the quality as
well as to the quantity of the com-
petition. These plans that have been
sugested will serve to keep Michi-
igan's Intramural department in the
advance guard as regards organized
efforts in the promotion of the move-
ment of athletics for all in the Uni-
versity.

. S L S
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GoraRADUION GIFT

News of the Day
IN BRIEF

(Continued from Page One)
pecial laboratories, such as the
;ing shop.
signed as the most impressive
beautiful room of the building is
ibrary located immediately above
ecture room at the end of the long
- condor.r The upper floors con-
15 class rooms, two ismall lecture
.s and teachers' offices.
Complete Gymnasium
e third floor will have a gymnas-
complete in every detail of equip-
. This floor also includes the
aercial department class rooms
eaching cooking and sewing, a.
aal psychological laboratory, a
i room, and a music room.
e school has been designed to ac-
nodate an enrollment of 500 pupils
o afford students in the School of
ation a practice laboratory ne-
ry for proper study of and train-'
n teaching methods. The keynote
e building design is simplicity and
SENIOR LIT NOTICE
Phose who have not yet paid{
,ir senior class dues please
il check for $2 to-the treasurer j
2107 Washtenaw avenue before j
ursday, June 1.
WALTER B. REA, I
President. I

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Arcade-"Jackie," featuring Shir-
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Majestic-"The Good Provider,"
with entire "Humoresque"
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Orpheum-Eileen Percy in "Lit- I
tle Miss Hawkshaw."
Wuerth-"'Come on Over," by
Rupert Hughes, and Snub Pol-
lard comedy.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will *Ind a buyer.-
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Harvard Stadium, Cambridge, Mass.,
May 26.-University of California ath-
letes led the field of some 30 colleges
in the first day of the 46th intercol-
legiate games, qualifying 15 entries for
the semi-finals and finals tomorrow.
Cornell was a close second with 13,
and Princeton third with 11. Stan-
ford finished fourth with 10, and Penn-
sylvania fifth with eight.
Chicago, May 26.-Babe Ruth was
fined $200 and removed from the cap-
taincy of New York American club, by
Ban M. Johnson, president of the Am-
erican league, this afternoon.
President Johnson gave his ruling
after considering the report of the of-
ficials umpiring yesterday's game at
New York, when Ruth disputed a de-
cision of Umpire Hildebrand, and later
climbed into the stands after a fan had
made remarks to which he took ex-
ception.
Washington, May 26.-Prominent ed-
ucators and representatives of service
men's organizations from various parts
of the country began a two-day confer-
ence with veteran bureau officials to-
day, discussing government policies
for the rehabilitation of former service
men. The conference is expected to
draft recommendations to the bureau
on various aspects of the problems
connected with training veterans for
civil occupations.
Aristolochite Sponsors Pharmic Exam
Aristolochite, national pharmic hon-
or society, is sponsoring a scholarship
examination which will be given in
room 300 of the Chemistry building
this morning to all freshman,phar-
mics wishing to compete for the
award. The prize, a $10 gold piece,
will be given on a basis of past rec-
ord as well as the results of this morn-
ing's examination.
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