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The Michigan Daily, 1923-03-02

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Will Command ZR-i ,
K~now i Largest Di rigiblGei 1)I~t rREUTVsuPLEIENT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE I
7'GLEE CLUB PLAN ________
SPRING CONCERTI __________

Do You

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How many. University buildings
there are on the campus?
The number of Michigan Alumni
,esociautions?
Who the men on this years hockey
team are and who is its captain?

YESTERDAY'S ANSWERS'
The prevent basketball squad I
made up of the following mien: Capt,
Gilbert C. Ely, Paper, Cappon, Kipke,
Birks, Henderson, Haggejrty, Paper,
aRice, MecWood, McGregor, Kressbach,
Stegiueier, and Landre.
Last year the School of Education
offered 57 "courses. Included anmong
these were courses in the History and
Principle of Education, Educational
Administrations and Supervision, Sec-
ondary and Elementary Education,
Educational Psychology,. Educational
and Mental Measarements, Vocational
Education and Guidance, Hygiene and
Phyical Welfare, and Athletic Coaching
and Administration. Ther'e are five
courses of. the 'Vocational Education
and Guidance department that' arej
given in Detrola. at the Cass Techni-
cal High School building.
The Women's League aims to unify
the women of the University in both
academic and social work on the cam-!
pus. The League was organized in
1890 and acts as a clearing house for
all the women's campus activities. All
women of the University are eligible.
CARMN PPOINTED
FORDRHTETPAT

Following a4 custom
sonie time ago, TheT
pub~lish a directory su
to correct changes mw
beginning of the secon
ter. The supplement
all ellanges in address
aliso contain the nanmes
whot came to the UniN
February.
In o(rdler that the ist
comipiledi as5soons as pos
p~rinlted within a sh
those who wish to be)l
requested to fill out th
below and mail to 'the
Tlhe Daily.
Adldress, iDir ectory
care of Michigan Dia
b~uildiing.

instituted Varsity Glee club membel)rs will hold
Daily willt; their annual spring concert March 27
upplement in Hill auditorium. Tickets for the
Wde at the 1 affair. are to cast 50 cents each, and
nd semes- I wllg on sale March' 15 at the tin-
will list, ion.
and will11 The program will consist of 12
S of thoseI numbers, including three specialty
versit~y in !acts, a banjo quintette, a piano anm
song number by George Qua, '25D,
ts may 1be and Bruce Booth, '23L, and college
ssible and songs and novelty numbers.
lort time,[ George Oscar Bowen, of the School
listed are of Music, will direct in the vocal numn-
lre coupon h er s of the club.,
office of1
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Lily, Press __________________________
-- FLOWERS
.Plants Corsages
....... Palms and Ferns
to Rent
?FLOWERS BY WIRE
right.A cousins & Hall
help. Julstj 611 FAST UNIVERSITY AVE.
PHONE 115
isers.-Ad(v. ____________________

f fj
tLieutenant Commande r Jacob Klein,
U. S. M., has been chosen by the chief
fof the" naval air service to command
the Z-R-1, world's largest dirigible,
now nearing coile tioni at. 'Lako-
!h'urst, N. J..

Name ...............
Class ...............
Address. ...........
EPhone ...:.............
IHome town1 ..........
Old addoress...........

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-- - Start the new semfester
C amp Gives 0. K. Remington Portable will

To Tobacco I

Use

Patronize Daily Advertis

SPECI AL ENTERTA INMENT1, FAT-
Oit A':1D NOVELTY ACTS
ARRtA NGED

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"'The use of tobacco has absolutely
no evil effect on the nervous system,"
said Prof. (,arl 1). Camp, pirofesso01'(f
nervous dliseases in the Medical col-;
lege, yester'day, ditsposing of an 01(1
theory in regard to the origin of some1
cases of neurology.
Dr. Camp, who is himself a con-
stant cigarette smoker, declared that
he had never seen a case ofi nervous-
ness where the use of t ob-w co co,,!.,
~~be bl)amedI.
Polish AttackedI in Neidrrl A ;',:a
Paris, March '1--(Byv A. P)
saw dispatches to Havas today, say.
Lithuanians have attacked Polish ad-
vance, guards in the neutral area, at
two points.

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Sub-commnittee chairmen for the
Architects' May party, to be held May
11 at the Armory have been appointed
by William Stone, '23A, general chair-
man. Plans to employ two orches-
tras for the affair have been coin-
pleted.
Earl H. Luidin, '23A, will be chair-
man ,of the ticket committee.. Cather- '
ine Hfeler, 123A, will have charge of
the programs., Other committee chair-
men will be Howard Farley,' '23A,
luncheon, Wallace A. Gill, '23A, public-
ity, Joseph Fraonzach, '23A, decora-
tions, and J. P. Dinwiddie, '24A, pos-
ters.
In addition to the regular features{
of the annual event, the committee has*
.provided for unusual favors, and for
novelty Acts and entertainment.' Danc-
ing will take plaice from 9 to 2 01-r
y clock.
SAGINAW CLUB W'ILL GIVE 1
,Y DIANCE AT U7NION TOMORROW
tThe Saginaw club will give a dance
from 2:30 to 5:30 o'clock at thle Un-
ion tomorrow afternoon. Rhodes' or-
chestra will play., The proceeds of the
dance will go to the fund for the an-I
k nual Michigan, "Sprout" held for
,Michigan men in Saginaw., The Mich-
igan "Sprout" advertises the Univer-
sity to Saginaw high school students.
If you don't know where you loss
the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
sificd Ad" will find it for you.--Adlv.
OPTICAL. GOODS
REPAIRED
AND)
LENSES GROUND
One Hour Service
. Carl F. Bay
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP

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he D alY wVi lfie]1.--AdJv.
FOLLOW THAT
HUNCH
to the
BLU-GOLD LUNCH
605 Church.

ARROW S H I RT
t, CAREof a better oxford, in a fine, tailor-like way.
The collar is the work of the expert Arrow Collar

makers. The cuffs have buttons
or are the French link model
CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.

$3.00

Inc. MAKERS

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STEWARDS and
HOUSE MANAGERS
OP
FRATERNITIES
AND
SORORITIES
P.or the convenience of your
Tnembers why not start ,a charge
account with the
"'WHITE SWAN"
PHONE 165

Movie directors, please copy
IN fiction and the movies all college men natu-
rally fall into two .groups. Those who pass
their days and nights "Rah ! Rah !"-ing and
snake-dancing ; and those who never appear

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WeveGot 'Em
Real
Tastyf
HAMBURGERS
Ever Try 'em?
BETTER DO
They're made to order
at the

!pt with evening clothes-and cane.
he man who works his way through college
)ly doesn't figure.
aking care of a furnace, running a laundry,
:ing on table,. tutoring, covering for a city,
,r, working in shop or office in vacation-
his may be lacking in romantic appeal, but
an essential part of the college picture.
.nd a valuable part. The whole college is
gainer for the earnestness of men who want
reducation that hard.
aluable to the college, but even more to the
who travel this rough going. They learn
mportant lesson in Applied Economics-
mount of sweat a ten dollar bill represents.
you are one of them you,. may sometimes
that you are missing a good deal of worth-
e college life. If you are not, you may be
png a good deal, too.
Eleckriecmpy

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Published in an it
the interest of Elec- the a
trical Development'by if
an Institution that will fe
(ever helps the whihE
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