THE MICHIGAN DAILY
MSTER SPEAKS TONIET
ON "EUROPEAN GDENS"
John C. Wister, specialist in ther
horticultural aspect of landscape de-
signing, will speak at 8 o'clock to-
night in the West gallery of Alumni
Memorial hall His topic is to be
"Some European Gardens".
The material for this lecture was
collected during and after Mr. Wlster'j
service with the American army it-
Europe. After the armistice he tra-4
eled through Europe and visited Italy,
Switzerland, France and En gland
spending a numlwr of months study-
ing and photographing the gardens of
those countries. His talk will be it-,
lustrated with photographs taken dur
in:g his travels.
Mr. ister, who is especially inter-
ested in the horticultural side of the
work in landscape design has delver
ed lectures throughout the entir
United States. 1Is hone is in Philas
delphia where he is engaged in land-
scape architecture. He is presidenti
of the American Iris society and vice-
president of the American Rose soci.-
secures Designs iInnw ALUMNI PUBLISH
For Art DisplayILL "MICHIGAN GAILY"
ON ELECTIVE S'ISTEMS The "Michigan Gaily" is the name of
______'the officialpublication of the Michigant
"TheReplcemnt o th PreentAlumni association of Southern Cgli-
"The Replacement of the .Present u s noevnistt
1fornia. This paper, deriving its title
Primary System by the Former Can- from the parent of all Michigan publi-
cus System." is the bill to be intro- cations, The Daily, appears monthly
duced in Adelphi House of Representa- fron the printing office at Los An-
itives at their meeting at 7::0 o'clock =geles. It covers news of the activities
tonight in the Adelphi room o the of the alumni from that district, stor-
fourth floor of Univer'sity h ll. The ies written by alumni, and announce-
meeting is open to all men of the ments of the association.
campus. "The Mirrors of Michigan," by Dr.
This bill will be supported both William W. Campbell, '86, director of
negatively and affirmatively follow- the Lick observatory and new presi-
ing presentation and then will be dent of the University of California, is
thrown open to the house and visitors t one of the latest articles published in
for discussion. Three feature- talks the paper. It gives the view of an al-
will complete the program. The titles -
of these are "The Proposed Policy 3rd Ciass $ R3
Change of the University of Chicago," Cabin.11.
"How Much Turkish? or the Near East 1t Class. 1]n
Situation," and "The Oregon Paroch- WHITE STAR, CUNARD, CANADIAN-
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.I and better.--Adv. C. E. KIUEBLER, Phone 1384
tectural school; has secured permis-__
uimnus on returning to his Unlyersit.'
for Commencement and members of
the "old days."
If you don't know where you lost I
the article, never mind, a "Daily Clas-
sified Ad" will find it for you.-Adv.
SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
a THE CLUB TLNCr
I 712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets
S. DOROTHY B. LOWRY
0(6 1.st Nat'l Bark Bldg.
,1-6 p~ . 1- taalaal2l ll IN I llilrtllrlllilriltllQ;
Candidates for appointment of thq
grade of second lieutenant, Regular-
army, will be 'given a final examinF-
.tion during the week commencil
June 25. A prelinlinary examination
is also required for appointment. Prc1
liminary examinations are held at tiv
discretion of the corps area command-
or. Both the preliminary and final1
cxaminations will be given here in
There are appioximately 85 vacan-
cies to be filled in the combatant
biranches, Quartermaster corps, Ord-
dtance department, Chbemical Warfare
service, Finance department, and tha
P hilippine scotts. Candidates will be
permitted, to indicate their prefer-
ence, although they may be assigned
to anL~y braPc.
lFull rticulars may be obtained
from the l)rofessor of Military Science
and Tactics, 1002 South University
Avenue, Ann .Arbor.
TO JPLAN AWARiiS TOiM4RROW
FOP.3 JNIO . ORGAN IZATION
Plans for the awarding of arm bands
toi the .members of the junior Wo-
men's Athletic association and ar-
rangements for spring work will be
made at a meeting of the junior group
to be held at '4:30 o'clock tomorrow
af'teraoon in BIarbour gymn asium. The
arm bands which were ordered sone
time ago have arrived and will be dis-
tributed according to the rules of
merit which the members of the as-i
sociation ,will decide upon. All mem-
bers of the junior group are urged to
be present at the meeting.
sion from the Chicago Tribune tc
place the designs of their new build-
ing on exhibition in Alumni Memor
il hall. A prize of $100,000 was giv- j
on the winner of more than 200 o
these designs . Prof. J. Albert Rous- -
seau, of the Architectural school, won
honrable mention in this contest.
TO EXHIBIT DAVIS
CUP FILMS H ER E
Slow motion pictures of the 1922
Davis 6up singles played at Forest
I-ills between Gerald Patterson, of
Australia, and William M. Johnston.
will be shown at the Majestic theater.
March 28. Although primarily for the
tennis tryouts the pictures will be
opei. to the public.I
The film, taken by the United States
L1awn Tennis assoxciation last summer,
shows in detail the form and technique
of two chanpon tennis players. It
4, thought thlt a showing of this film
will benefit the style of the 1923 Var--
sity tennis soluad.
Ifigg's, "Depreciation of Public Uti
ity Properties" received at Wahr'a'
1 University Book store.-Adv.
Permitnetitly on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
3.11 South StalA street
W '<H,l I21
BROADWAY Ma;O4*h STREET f44 WEST 42" STREE
MMOPOLIM QEPMOiiUSE BuxG. KNICKERSOCKEa Bu; mNG
YOUNGS O WN
ednesday, March 7 to 10 icl.
from 10 A. N. to 5 P. A. and by appointment
L O C
To Print Graduate Catalogue
Text for the annual Graduate
school announcenment catalogue is
now in the, hands of the printer. The
announcements should be ready for
distribution within two weeks.
One Hour Service
CaIrl F. Bay
ARCADE JEWE LlY 51101'
A )ost Interestng Demonstrat ion of
New Spring Styles'. for
Bring your friends.
AS WELL AS
New Spring Samples Just In
Just a friendly showing of the
new spring styles.
A fine opportunity to get a line on the new
things that well dressed young men will favor
There are many style changes to be seen in sack
suits; a nunber of outstanding innovations.
The new styles incline to loose fitting gar-
ments; wider and squarer shoulders; broad
In addition to showing suits and topcoats in
a wide variety of models and patterns, we will
display for your inspection a complete line of
smart new shirts, neckwear, golf suits and golf
We can promise that you will thoroughly en-
S 0 to $5,2
All Hand Work
joy your visit.
Come in any time during the
showing. Remember, no obligation.
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