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News From The Oather Colleges
Iis; curi - .c cordling to present !I ()I in the mioving picthl-: "The \s),e-
plaits a Missouri interscholastic press mite Trail." II'z"coachos at t he
association, under the supervision of; Ui~iversity of Ar zona du~rng' the ti ;-
the school of journalism of the uni- e,,,an(, ki ; xvii the Ft'ck. c+ :io coifilii
versity is 'to be formed before thec end (A111 ;n&thle summiier.
of the present school year. Det~ils o("t
the organization were drawn up Mon NwWeir];-- 'cd'l ric'.: C. Pen~le~l.
clay at 'a convention. of editors and i, 1;uaS::adoz' to Aus r.n £l tthe time of
business managers arkd their faculty his death, heueni. tied Sh OJ It( I tK',
advisors. 1V :i ier,4tV for sob 6la sIdIs. 'The por-
pO;sec:( ti: 0 sljoarships)5is to (whw- l ,I
INev'da-Men of the junior class 'nien interested in international affa~r-
hiave sworn oft; shaving for three to) produce trainedl dIploaIts f:=t, the
weeks. At the end of this time, a ,cunitry's ser'vice. Two scho1li b' ;.
"49er" dance will be held. are for $2,000, two for $1,000, an, teeo
movre for an annudl value of $800,
AfcAil-)IlenIles t>~ the serfl.Qi While three amount to $500. The:.e
cls will werc n on t are now in operation.

Educators
Do You Know Smith

comimencement, reviving the old cus-
torn. The class of 1895 was the last
class to wear them.
Yale--Freshmen enrollment in .Sep-
tember will be restricted to 850 men,
"Was the statement given out by the
vregistrar's office today. The students
will be selected on a basis of scholas-
tic stand:n ;.,

Calmifo'n ia-Footbal I gamnes are
S100,000 during the 1.922 season for
the athletic department. This is finali-
I cially the most successfulu football
season of the university.
Texas-"Most of the articles lost on
the campus belong to girls," says a
reporter in the Prater," andl they are
the least likely to reclaim them." Thie

,.a__ single article which is most often lost
(1itio ts--Stten . llth eo* is the vanity case. The reporter acids
otis Jp.:ti--z' mk e riodcaCl s- that the owners seldlom make any e'f-
omnis deartlnrn4 mke prioicalsur fort to get them back.
veys of the employment situation in
Columbus. -So, far this quarter mr Ifl(WCtttt ;a-Tt ldr3stzt
thai~l},40 popl ltavebee iner-whtich is still in effect in the univer-
viewd. he rsul so ar rom hissity, of seniors wearing on ole
quarerssurey howtha ony oe tare*s, was amended at the beginning
out. o seven men over 16 years of ageoftesmtr. eeaethorr
is working. less .than- full -time--an ol rioahi eese.Hrefeth zdt
tim Riie Improvement over recent radhot h jzniors and seniors will
previu sere s.go these appointments "in academic

Tfhe existinog heating plant is oler-'-
atig at (:ap:aciI y. This plant will not
be able to serve the buildings no~w nn-
(dr construction in its present condi-
tion. In order to cut expenses on
fuel it would beC necessary for thet
heating plant to have adequate stor-
age space. In this way the entire
coal supl)y for a- year might be pu r-
Chased at the cheapest possible
prices. Tunnels by means of which P 3 'ttSMIth
niewI buildings will be heated are es- Payson Smith, of Boston. the state
sential. The central heating systema commuissioner of education of AMass-
is far leis expensive than an individ-! achuisetts, is the new president of the
tial system of each building heating! dep'irtnient of superintendence of the
itself would be. Further, the newi National Education association. Do'--
hospital in order to operate At the spite his being ill at home aind unable
lowest* cost should he heated from~ the to attend the Cleveland convention, he

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IV. and Jr--Daseball has been abol-
W'ied by the athletic council, Thi, has
Ibeen caused by the decline of the in-
terest shown by the university stu-
tients during the past two season,.

dignity.''
IRkEDl)TO) ADDRESS SENIOR
I NINEEI' MEETINC TODA Y
Opportunities for engineers in mun-

i I ,A )1,A Ci3 ~ltG'J '. III U ( i C.l-ici.
4trbi Sate-Samuel Luchs, 15 year zn rn address by Prof. Thomas 13.
Dill freshmfan In the college of arts, Reed, of the political science depart-
philosophy, andc science, received .a inernt. at the senior engineers' class
~tra'ight "A" for' his first semester meetilig which wcill be held at 9 o'clocl,
grades,.lie completed his high .chool this morning in room 348 of the Eng-
Z~course in three years. ineering building. Professor Reed was
forery city manager of Oar :e~.
11hodo i land--Freshmen who vie- Calif., becoming a member of the !I(;c-
late traditions are punished by f-ve to W~ty of the University last fall.
Vten- hour:. hard work on the coilege 1'ollowing the address :everl nm-
(-oal pile. For minor offences tlic I portant business matters conc'v ;' 212
must don 'basebal', masks for two! the selection of senior canes, e . z
d {yz ations for state registration of engin-
eers, the proposed engineering exhib-
Indioa-"LBabe" E. Pierce, '21. for.. it in 1lay, and engineers' outing will
nier football staff, played an iml.ortnt be discussed by the class.

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Thirtieth
AnnualMayFestival
;HIL AUDITORIUM ANN ARBOR
OUR SAYS -M.y111, 18, 19 SIX CONCERTS
SOLOISTS
tGRJSEPPE DANISE, Baritone
MtWROPOLITAN OPERA COMPANY
BENIAMINO GIGLI Tenor
METROPOLI'TAN OPERA COM PAN Y
JEANNE GORDON, Contralto
METRtOPOLITAN.OPERA COMPANY
SUZANNE KEENER, Soprano
METR{OPOL.ITAN OPERA COMPANY
FLORENCE MACBETH, Soprano
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
ICHARLES MARSHALL. Tenor
CHICAGO OPERA ASSOCIATION
ERNA R┬░UBINSTEIN, Violinist
A )LSTINOUISHED ' ARTIST
ERNEST SCHELLING, Pianist
A RENOWNED- VIRTUOSO
HENRI SCOTT,' Bass-Baritone
LATE OF TIIE -METROPOLITAN OPERA CflMPAN4
CLARENCE WI-ITEH ILL.Baritone
MIETROP"OLITAN OPER1A COMPANY,

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THE

ORGANIZATI ONS
UNJVERSITY CHCRAL UNICN
'(350 VOICES)

THE CHILDREN'S CHORUS
(5bo VOICES)
THE- CHICAGO 'SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA-
(70 PLAYERS)
CONDUCTORS
EARL VINCENT MVOORE
GEORGE OSCAR BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK
AND j
GUSTAV HOLST
Distingi~ished composer-conductor who wii comne from England
especally to conduct the American premiere of his "Hymn of Jesus"
which will be, sung by the 'Choral Union at the Thusday Evrening
Concert.
} COURSE TICKETS
$5, $5.50, $6 $7
( If 104, ti:F. Coupon" from Choral Union is returned, deduct $3.00)
l._ S11~cI)'Iers of record to *Paifrons Ticikets"ivuay secure old Wlt.a
1 eats.II order reaches office ini or before March 3. 5

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