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'THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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FRlEE E[

IXES IMPERIL 1 Do You linow iSY AIR FLEET IS
JOUATION SYSTEM! _I NECESSARY TO NAV

oral concrete tunnels which had Just the lease now held by R. A. Ca rsoni
een comhpleted beneoath the surface; will expire. At that time the new
oi the ;round. !owners expect to build a- new, andi
- ~ imore nmodern t300 rooim hote] upton the

A Ilenet iHotel ('1ml t :* I : f lk

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site.

Why the. University Extension di-
CAR EIE FOUYNDATION 1REPO)RT vision was organized? I)ENIIY (LAI1M POOR
REVEALS BUDEN S~M1 ,What is the University uia o
COST y Musical so-4?. a n

A V L I T 'I O'
LO)SE

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ciety? A ] ~
Nlew "York, March 3-(By' A. P.) f For whom Ferry field was named? WshntnMac -(yAP-
f Thcs fmdr dcto b- A fleet whose aviation is inferior to:
) coming such a prohibitive burden to A Bureau of Appointments having I that of the enemny will operate under
jtaxpayers, due to the superficial and1 as its function the obtaining of pos-agre sadvnge whc mit
#inefiiet system of today, that free I tions for graduates of the school ofj well have a decisive influence on the
11 public ,education is endangered and Education is maintainedI by the Uni- result of a war," declares Edwin Den-
u ~n~ * ees~ c-vest.Tesrceiprfmd by, Secretary of the Navy, in the Aer-
~~r~il~en~t ratuitously for the benefit of b)oth ilAe
Yordin to tererto the acarenegoe students of the University and the Summarizing progress made by the
F'o-datou fr te Avancmen ofsuperintendents of schools, boards of ayi le vainsnete ol
s ecig utmaepbi ee education, and any other body wishing , war, the Secretary declared that the
* The report attacks the expensive to em ploy teachers. Students desir-
m nodern school system which at- ing aid of the Bureau should address, installation of a form of catapult onj
temps toteac 'th chid a itte ofthei corespodenc totheserty; United States battleship is one
temts o tachth chld litleofther crreponene t th seretryof the most important developments
? everything in' its "inefficient endeav--: of the bureau. jo aa vaini n ayi h
oxrs" to fit him for a trade or profes- %orl."
(ston, instead of ,giving him a funda-I The Engineering and Architectural "Athprsn'm etlecoi-
mental intellectual background. In- societies are composed of and& run by ues, "we may point with pride to the
r'stead of- confining thie child's educa-+ students of the respective schools. At fact that no other navy is equipped in;
tion 'to four necessary and important the meetings of the Engineering Soci- aysc anr u aaut e
studies, the modern system goes in ety papers of technical character are ing designed for projecting into the
f1or' a smattering of vocational train- read andi observations and experi- air any type of plane which fitsPito
V lg,-which dolts lnt fit him for any ments are discussed. Prominent men the tactical and strategical use of ar-,
&trade, .and which should be left to often address the society. The Archi- craft with the fleet."s
tradle schools, according to the re - tectural society holds meetings for the The Secretary states that one o' 1 ot ups fhaigvstn paes
port - urpse f harin viitig seakrs.the first duties required of fleet avia-
Onuly by separating fundamental1 They also give several social functions tion in future wars will be to carry
tra a inig froms.pecallzed training canI throughout the year. on reconnoissance work over enemy;
this# sugerflcia y and expense be done. bases.I
1away with, it s stated. The report+ The Forest nursery is located on-
-alsoat tackzs the great and increasing South State street between McKinley _____
"r numbher of "iit ts" now being sent ; and Dewey avenues. Its purpose is rn-- ---
-.into the high schols and universities, and propagation of forest trees. It i ( Iin The IN ews Of
specially equipped wth apparatus for OtCollege
i sedo en d .edin special tedeosrinofctanpssO fl'
trd col o ss~htial High-sale- of silvi cultural work. Method sfte - -{-.-.du __es_
tied___________jib_________ commercial nursery from the prepar- Cornell-Every man on the Cornel
- ation of seed beds to the packing and
1" ___________ rowing crew will e subjected to the
-Ishipping of the mature seedlings are
I deonsratd. ccomdatonsforthescrutiny ofa slow-motion picture cam-
?, dmostate. ccmoatinsfo te u io P laproper care of students working at the era as the result of a decision from
Po ulr Jim Rice, the crew -coach. The epi-j
- Vt td ns i nursery are provided for upon th tre iltenhe put on the screen
(grounds, in orer that the coach may observe,
the defects and flaws in rowing style
Do6es the averap, man on the cam- of each man.
]pus mxake frequient use of the ?vichi- ( DAILY TO) AGAIN ISSUE -
' .an 0 P :01iif . wee to judge by j11(IECTQRY SUPPLI:EME '' ( 'Mo- -Two hours credit are to be
t he esttrnate&, of various Union offl-(IX<Mnf r couses in theories of foot-
ilojxft iwould seeelt that hie does. 1( Following a custom istitut~d Ia" , bseball and basketball With
More t~at 500 men enter and leave( some time ago, Tile Daily will he (- o ption of freshmen, all stu-G
the vtlott every day.- They, start to( publish a directory stpplCiU(':ti tents w11 e eigible to take this new
e come by &glit ocodc in the morning. ( to correct changes made at the course. It is lprmarily intended to
*The lrgest Crowds arrive at noon and beginning of the second seme- teach the fundamentals of coaching
at-ahod sit @lock in the evening,iI ter., The supplemient will list I these sports.
Sand zinny remain in the building un-#( all changes in address and will- -
til midnihtr. !( also contan'the names of those ':duifori-Dates are to be held up
It is "at unusual to serve 1500 men who camne to the University in asicntvst shlrhi+mn
jin the tap room in one day. More( February. ( the women of the university by a new
Sthan 100; ue the reading room daily; In order that the lists may be-soroity ruling. Hereafter when a
l300 use the billiard room. In addition, compiled as soon as possible and young woman gets wordl from the
;hund~reds us e the bowling alleys, dn printed. within a short time, I dean that she is falling below the av-
' i rooms, barbepr shop, and the meet-( those who wish to be listed are; erage, one of the' three "dates" she!
Iing rooms every day. ( requested to fill out the coupon is allowed per week, will be taken
-I below and mail to the office of( away. A pooi- record for one semes-I
lj Lru of'at . C A. to Enitertaiin1 The Daily.I ter, furthermore, will mean no more
J~Members of thte industrial discussionF Address, Directory Editor,( thater parties or (anes for the nextI
group; of the University T. X. C. A. care or Michigan Daily, Press I four months.
week endof lMarch 10 a group of in-'_____________
dustrlasit girls .from: Det roinghed is- -- Wsoisin-Selection of a football
cusr .I...............coach for the university teams will
tisatonSon, and een ati~o'ock Nam1 I be ae by the 'athletic council to-
thisaftrnon, ad i aditio tothemorrow, according to an announce-
S rglrbusiness, araneensw l b Class......... ........ent received yesterday. Jack Ryan,
icompleted for the entertainment of the I -assatfobl oc tDrmuh
gust.Address................... Iand Pat Page, coach at Butler col- i
Riga's, "Depreciation of Public Uti- j loge, are the two most likely choices.
I i t y P r o p e r t i e s " r e c e i v e d a t W a te r' s I P h o n e . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I l nim e m i s o - t u l s
.University Bo tre-Av f Inamesofallhonrissntoffendes-
1' Bo soe-d.IHome town ...................(nmso l oo ytmofnes
'~Ty~ lsife djty d Old address........... I as demanded by the student body in
.__Tr______________ ,d___ itpays.---_,Adv.____ their overwhelming vote for a con-,
-tinued ionor system with publicity,
1 _______________ has been refused by the council of
E OtU 1ISMUJST' RE I1I (administration. This means, accord-
( ?IB I( MUST . IDE'TW1Y PICTURES I ing to the Daily Illini, that the old
~: '-AU enir lt Al fatenitessorritesand honor system will be discarded, andj
Al 7tmsbera of th enio li - AlfaentesrrteadIthat some- more efficient one must be
ersay .cass -who have not yet j other campus organizations must I devised by the honor commission. -
( fsnid i"hel' dugs, aiounting to ( send a representative to the -
( ' $34.0 fr the entire year, should + Michiganenslan office in the . California-Work on the new sta-
niop Blhcs I b~i n rledy dum was delayed last week by theF
aato Dunhlop, th purpose of ien- sudden sinking of over 100 cubic yardsf
fi la~s tea to . usurer, 1612 Wuashten- 111 tifying their respective group( of earth upon which certain, super-
pitues aw(5U. structures wer being built. The ac-
1 picures (lent is also said to have wrecked sev-

The Allenel hotel, which has 1en F
the property of Mrs. Maggie Dlah. of
Detroit, for the last- 15 years hias
changed hands. The new owners aret
Angelo Paulos, of Ann Arbor, and I
Nick Macheraf, of Chicago. The mnan-E
agement of the hotel will remain the
same for five and one-half years when

VICTOR ALLMLEND1NGER
PIANO TUNING
Sx,-hool of Music Tuner
PHONE :3061I
Office at ties., 418 N. D~ivision St.

SHIRTS THAT SATISFY
Satisfaction in a shirt means perfection of
fit, material, and workmanship. We have shirts
in a wide variety of shades and shapes that are
the embodiment of these essentials.
Particularly pleasing as to shape is the' pop-
ular Barton model, illustrated above. It has a
plain, gracefully-cut collar, and the details of tail-
o'ring that give it great endurance will be appre-
ciated by men who care.,
Materials include three appropriate fabrics-
for Spring and Summer-the new Momme cloth.
soisette, and the ever-popular Oxford weave.,
$2.50 and more
WaL
ITATklDASIIERlS To M ICIIIGAN MEN

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