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June 04, 1922 - Image 8

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ws From The Other Colleges

MICHIGAN PAMCSTSt
CONVENE HERE JUNE 0
FACULTY ADDRESSES, CONCERT,
BANQUET, BUILDINGS TOUR,
ON PROGRAM

addresses will be given by Mr. George
R. Swain, who will relate some of
his experiences in the Near East and
by Prof. E. H. Kraus of the college of
pharmacy.
At a banquet to be given for the
delegates on Wednesday evening,
June 7, at the Union, President Marion
L. Burton will speak on "The Marks
of a Citizen."

ALUMNUS RECEIVES LL.D.
FROM JAPANESE COLLEGE

Wisconsin-Venetian Night, Wis-<
onsim's most typical tradition, was]
bserved last Friday night. Sixteen
.ecorated floats, brilliantly illumin-1
,ted by the rays of 600 electric lights,;
iroceeded along the Mendota lake
ront and soft music and a flood of1
white light and red fires. This gala
procession was the grand climax to
he general activities of the day
yhich consisted of canoe races with
nen's singles and doubles and wo-
ne's races and other water sports
>f all kinds.
Oregon-To try out the old "hello"
radition of the university "0" men,
>rominent in athletics and other ac-'
ivities as well, stationed themselves
it a spot on the campus where they
ould be observed by all passersby
Lnd be in full view to great them.
['hen while one with smiling face and
sparkling eyes bid "hello" to the pass-
ng students the other prominent man
watched the results taking them down
vith pad and pencil. The data re-
:eived is interesting. Out of 110 stu-
lents 51 returned the greeting with
he customary "hello" while 59 with
pturned chins and stoic countenances
talked grandly by ignoring the bit of
riendliness. Of this 59 the statistics
how that 47 were co-eds, who would'
zsually be the last ones in the world
o accuse of such a cold hearted deed.
this, together with the fact that the
nen were absolutely sober, makes the
xperiment all the more astounding.
Syracuse--Officers for the next'
ear's Freshman Bible have been
lected and are already laying plans
or the frosh book of next year. The
naterial in the Bible covers every-
hing from advice to freshmen, rules,'
neans and woman's organizations, to'
eneral information and data of
laces of special interest near Syra-

cuse. Next year a section of the
Bible will be given over to a complete
discussion of the Honor System so
that the yearlings on entering the
school may acquire an accurate in-
sight into the workings of that insti-
tution.
ATHLETIC COACHES
AUTHORS OF BOOK
Coach E. J. Mather and Elmer D.
Mitchell, director of the intramural
department, are at present engaged in
writing a book, the title of which is
"Basketball." The book will contain
slightly over 100 pages and will be il-
lustrated with 60 pictures of various
phases of play.
In writing such a, volume, Coach
Matier and Mr. Mitchell will under-
take to place the playing and teach-
ing of basketball on an understand-
able basis. Using a large number of
illustrations of both photographic and
drawn type, they are planning on
placing in this book complete details
and instructions for play. Not only
will the outline of methods be used,
but detailed accounts of all phases
of offensive and defensive tactics will
be discussed Some of the fundamental
requisites of teaching basketball are
touched upon in another section of
the work.
Coach Mather has been actively in
touch with the game as coach of the
Varsity five for several years. Since
his ascension to its head, the team
has tied for the championship once
and for second place last year. Elmer
Mitchell was in charge of the basket-
ball team before Mather was engaged,
being especially adept in the theory
of the game and kn devising new
plays.

Word has been received here by
President M. L. Burton that Judge
George A. Malcolm, '06L, judge in the
supreme court of the Philippine
Islands, has been granted an honor-
ary degree of Doctor of Law by the
University of Japan. According to

the messake this is the first
that such a degree has been gra
to a foreigner.
to Your Pen Ready for Exams
RI DER

THE

PEN SPECIALIST 308 S.STATE I

The officers of the association are:
The Michigan State Pharmaceutical President, John G. Steketee of Grand
association will hold a convention in Rapids; secretary, Louis V. Middle,-
this city for three days beginning ton, of Grand Rapids; and Treasurer,
June 6. The convention is under the Ellis E. Faulkner.
leadership of Prof. Charles H. Stock-
ing, of the department of pharmacy, __TYPEWR__TER__
who will act as chairman.
The delegates and their wives will buys a brand
hear addresses from many of the fac- -rite. w - Coo
ulty and are invited as guests to the writer. other maes.
at attractive prices.,
Twilight concert to be given in Hill Seeus beforeyoubuy.
auditorium on Thursday afternoon.
Prof. Alexander G. Ruthven, director We buy good used typewriters.
of the Museum, will address the drug- Many leave their machines with us
gists on "The Search for Drug Plants during the summer to be stored, clean-
in South America." Prof. A. H. White, ed or repaired and ready for use when
of the Chhmical Engineering depart- the fall term opens.
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