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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

tt Discoveries
Inspire Journey
Into Patagonia,

ENGINEERI$G EXHIBIT
MA9Y BE 'HELD AN

May Be Canada's
Commissioner To
U. S., Is Report

nat the last meeting of the old coun- (Dily, and two members to be appoint-
C fANGES vrup~U IN cil. Any man on the campus shall be ed by the reside. om
eligible for election. T w purpoga of tie comrnittee slall
XPENSES O STDENT COUNCIL I be to CUNCItuenLpiio o h
~ DUNCILCONSTITUIIJI iD The necessary expenses incurred in faculty-, andl to rvPc
fostering good government among the the students, and by these means t
students shall be met from the cur- promote common purposes and unied
(Cotinued from Page One) rent expense fund of the Dean of Stu- action to make recomnialion
are to be nominated, and each member dents, and the Regents shall be asked the pr oper University authorities upon
of that committee shall then vote to take care of this additional ex- matters of general student interest ,or
for that number of men. Those receiv- pense matters affecting individual siudents

If present plans are carried out the
engineering college will revive an in-
stitution of several years. ago in the
"Engineering Exhibition" which is be-
ing planned in conjunction with the
'Spring Week" being sponsored by,
the Student council The exhibit willt
..: be.entirely in the hands of the stugj
dents of the engineering college, eachj
department contributing a display of
work in its specific field.
The previous exhibitions of this
kind were held in 1912 and 1914 with
an attendance aggregating 25,900 peo-
ang n0ple. Model mountains, bridges, dams
generating electric power' in minia-
ture, turbines, and apparatus of all
kinds comprised the display. Experi-
Epr-ments of interest, to the general pub-'
lic were conducted in conjunction with
the general exhibition.
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the en-
- gineering college is interested in the
project and requests that anty meim-I
hers of the faculty who were connect-
ed with the previous expositions con-
sul hi inorder that plans may be
Prof.TEler S. Rigg! perfected as soon as possible.
Prof. Elmer S. Riggs of Chicago is
heading the Chicago Field Museum ex- fl
pedition which has left Rio Gallegos,,
in South Argentina, for a five-year ex-LI
ploring trip in the heart of Patagonia .I-n
in search of fossil of the tertiary age T I I
and traces of the "City of the Cae-
sars", whose streets are said to be
paved with.gold and the houses erect- I Dr. William Gear Spencer, presi
ed of gold bricks. dent of Hillsdale college, will give ar
address at 6 o'clock tonight at the
annual Baptist Guild banquet on "Je
sus The Thinker". The banquet will
Do Y K nobe held in the dining rooms of the
o K-ow/ 'Baptist church.
Dr. Spencer is a graduate of Colgat(
where he studied theology. He obtain
ed his master's and doctor's (legreer
What the building program has in atdisona legesanldo trardr
view, for the Medical building? at Denison college and afterward
viewforthe edial bildngstudied languages at Sorbonne Uni
How much, in extra taxes, each in- in Paris. Since he returned
dividual in the state would have to tersiti United States he has taugh1
pay to finance the building program? Itanuaes ieverace esadht
How the Literary building wilt languages in several colleges and wat
look when completed? head of the classical language depart
i at in Fi' knlin rllp A vn p

member: o' the 'cOmnittee who with
himsefi shai be the student represen-
tatiV:~t llinett OLteSenae
V'm.ii: ::)S C mhut'Affairs v 1nd;to
he~ I'lev t o. am'te Unll'Civersty
siem i Iii'' o Dt in
Tb C l : ipl A r --p-er of the Stu-
dent. ( 01nei shl be vested in this
e{ mmiii c, an they are empowered to
de" Isr e ge tfor studont activities
such studnts as nmy violate the reg-
ultteu. e tecouncil
Try a Classified- Ad -It pays.-Adv.

ing the highest number of votes shall
matters of general student interest, or
in all cases that they shall havere-
ceived a majority of the votes of the
nominating body. In case of a tie, or
a lack of a majority, a revote shall be
taken.
Nominations shall be published inl
The Michigan Daily two weeks previ-
ous to said election.
Any man may be nominated by pe-
tition, ;said petition to contain the
names of at least 15 per cent of eachc
college and school of the University.
Such nominations shall be filed with
the secretary of the Student council
at least a week previous to election.
The members of the Student coun-
cil are to the voted for by men only.
ELECTION OF PRESIDENT
The president shall be nominated
and elected by the council as a whole

OFFICE OF STUDENT COUNCIL
The appropriate place for meetings
of the Student council is in the Mich-
igan Union where it is desirable that
they be given the use of such spacel
as may emphasize the importance of!
their service to the Univensity.
RESPONSIBILITY OF STUDENT
COUNCIL TO CONTINUE ON
SUDENT AFFAIRS
The Student council shall be re-
sponsible for its actions in the future
to the committee dealing with Student
Affairs; and not to the Senate coun-
cil as at present provided in their
constitution.
SUDENT COUNCIL ADVISORY COM-
MITTEE
Thbi committee shall be composed
of the president and vice-president of
the council, the editor of The Michigan

or groups of students. The commit-'
tee shall meet at least once each
month with the Dean of Students; and
shall hold such other meetings as the
president shall call.
The president shall appoint two
t

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The food is differcnt.
Quality, Quantity anml a rea-

Sir hOmter GoeI5I
Accor ding to }epr{i afrom Canada
Sir Lomer Gouln, the new minister of
justice for Canada, has been chosenI
as the first Canad an conmmissionier to
tWashington, an of.:e just recentlyj
created by a chage in Ca mnaan gov-
erinment poulCes.
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t t
In the Success of his 3 Successes
'THE PURPLE MASK
Next Week-Grpenwii village Follies
SHUBERT op. Mats. Tues.,
Thurs. and Sat.,
MICHGAN 25c and 500
Nights, 50.75.31.00
The Bonstedle Company
If.

sonable price
been our aim..

has always

NOW ON DISPLAY

Smartest service in the City.
Special Sunday Dinner

REMARKABLE SHOWING

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YESTERDAY'S ANSWERS t
During the year 1921-22 the Univer-
sity enrolled 11,120 students. Out of
approximately 1535 students who
graduated, 314 were engineers, 15 ar-
chitects, 400 teachers, 75 physicians,"
5 dentists, 92 lawyers, 21 pharma-
cists, 53 nurses, and more than 500
men and women fitted for business.
In addition to the actual students in
the University, Michigan reached more
than 300,000 citizens of the state
through its extension service in its
educating work. The University hos-
pitals took care of more than 22,000
patients.E
The Alex Dow flume is ain hydraul-
ic experimental flume located about
a mile north of the campus on theI
Huron river. 0It is used for the con-I
ducting of experimental research
work in hydraulics.
The University asks $7,277,000 for

mentinv r ani in co e. .Ayear
he was made president of Hllsdal
college.
His address tonight will be on the
value of thought, in the building u ;
of character. Dr. Spencer who ha.
been with students practically all o
his life, will talk on the student.
phase of the subject.
Other speakers for the affair arc
Sterling Abell, '20E, now studying a'
Denison University, and Janet Mur
ray, '23. Kenneth R. Slater, '23E, wil"
be toastmaster. Tickets may be ob-
tained front Dr. Howard R. Chapmar
at the Baptist church for 75 cents a
piece. The banquet is open to th
public.
pensible. This is to provide sites fot
}.new buildings and to acquire proper-
ty adjacent to present buildings. The
amount allotted this budget is $600,-
000. $885,000 would take care of the
heating system as outlined yesterday.
Sewer connections in these buildings
would amount to $25,000. The Biolog-

IN
Porter EmE merson Brmine's
"T HE BAD MAN"
as played by HOLB1RCK BLINN
LAST TIME TODAY
HOO GIBSON
"ThedoneHand"
Coming
"SILAS MARPNER"

its building program. ,The most ek- ical station which has
pensive single building except for the gan much prestige in
hospital is a museum estimated to cost search would require
$900,000. The proposed new Medical present station should
building will cost $610,000. The Uni- journalism building wo
versity asks, as a first unit, $600,000 000. Michigan does mu
toward a nurses' home. A second unit and a separate building
of $500,000 is asked now, to bring the is highly desirable. T
Literary building nearer completion. most vital necessity to t
Both the architecture and surveying sick and crippled it sere
departments are cramped for space. pital. The old'hospita
A suitable building where satisfactory lieved and the completi
work can be done is' needed and the one will cost $2,300,000.
program calls for $400,000 to build
it. T iStudents to Hold Ch
The existing gymnasiums were
built to accommodate 5000 persons in The Congregational C
their work. The buildings are used soring a dance for stu
by twice this number now. A swim- at Barbour gymnasium
ming pool like those of other colleges night at eight o'clock.
is necessary. Alterations and addi- to be 75 cents per coup
tions in this department will cost $82,- will be furnished by
000. The women of the University are chestr.
without a field house at Palmer Field
and this greatly handicaps facilities Got a room to rentE
for outdoor exercise. A field house fled ad will find a room
will cost $25,000. A budget for the
purpose of land purchases is indes- Patronize Daily Adve

gained Michi-
scientific re-
$50,000. The
be moved. A
uld cost $300,
ch in this field
g with a press
he last and a
he state whose
ves, is the hos-
1 must be re-.
ion of the new
Iturch Dance
hurch is spon-
dent members
m parlors, to-
Admission is
le. The music
Hooper's or-
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