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Senate Council:
On account o the impending visit of :the State Legislature and tlhe ne-
cessity of perfecting plans to receive them, the Senate Council nmeeting
scheduled for Monday atternooz, March 12,. will be postponed until further
notice: Mv. L BURTON.
The , jdyerslty sevate:
*The third regular meeting of the University Senate for the yea~r 1922-
1923 will b~e held tn. 'Room. C, Law Bulldi~, on. Monday evening, Maxch 19,
at 8 o'clock.
Election of Senate Members of the Board of Control of Athletics.
Eletion o cf Senate memobers of the Board of Directors of the Michigan
Secretaxy of the ;3enate..

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CAST ANNOUNCED f OR Ret urns To Face
JUNIR__IRL' ~Treason Charge

Cillege of Pharmftty Facul11ty:
Faculty mneeting will be held oan

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{The newi glider after a trial flight


Wednesday, Maxsrch 14, in Rom 212

Chemistry -bUilding, tat 4:10 p. mn.
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The first glider perfected for the
ton. J. A. Roche, French expert anda



flbe entered in the 'international glldine
_. be an interantional one. Several Eur
3aster Reader Will Present "Peaceful WILL SPEAK ON ART
*alley" on Oratorical Course j

e United States government has just been launched at McCook field, Day-
aeronautical engineer at the field is giving it final tests. The plane will
Scontests planned for Ormond-Daytona beach this year. The tourney is to
opean stars have entered.

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C'assidy, Charlotte Ewing, MadeI lt
'Arnold, Frances O'Reilly, Isabel \\-
terworth, Eleanor Burdick, Ru fl'
M.auer andl Natalie Glover.
Skeleton chor'us-D~orothby Wyie,
Winifred Cra igie. Florence Ranki n,
Ruth Bliten, Aileen I eilley. Frances i.
Thomas, Louise Tauhaert, Elsa Sel'u-
ter, Dorothy Lane and Bernice Tow~n-....
s.Dolls-Margaret Black, Laurella H-ol- ~ & *****~
lis, Margaret Stair, Lela. Kessinger, .:
Lor, and Bernadette Cote. Marian
Kingston, Margaret Kiel, Marian fial-
let, Jessie Beckham, Elizabeth H4al-,
;ert, Madeline b~rown and Marian
Masqueraders, men-Agnes Lyons,
Virginia Van Zandt, D~orothy Kelly,
Annabelle Voght,, Margaret Anne Kee-
gon, Selina Mueller, Hilda Frank,
Dorothy Bishop ; women-Mary Chase,
Procter, Spanulding, Dorothy Jeffrey,
Lorraine Price, Doris Crouse, Zoal
Byers, Ruth Howell and Mary Early.,
Dancers-Hortense Hoad, Edith ....
:Milne, Eleanor Worthington,, Alva l
Moore, Virginia' Tanner, Phyllis Delf,EretJdt
Madeline, Vinopol, Marian Miller and #Ens ne
Jewel Heiser.; Ernest Judet, well known French
Tickets for the production may be editor, has returned from Switzerland
secured upon application by mnail, fromj to demand a fresh trial in his country
Frieda Diekoff, 1030 Oakland Avenue., of leaving sold the influence of his
0n March 16 and 17 there will be a Elpaper, The Eclair, to Germany dur-
general seat sale at H1111 Auditorium. ling the tear. HeI was tried and con-
Seats will range in price from $1 to demned to life 'imprisonment while
$x.50. he was in Switzerland. He is 71.,

XOTjCE--Cojpy for this column should
be submitted by St*- o'clock of
the day befo~re publication,
9*s0-Student Ule clas% Congre"a
tional churcb.
9. t30-_i nfvel~hity Man's Bible lass
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
12:0-Pi of..Russell Witson speaks on
"Michigan's Tree WealIth" before
open. forum in Congregational
i20t1.-Student Bible classes tweet In
Wesley, hall.
12:00- Stndent discussion class,
Church of Christ, meets 'in Upper
rom, bane hall.
15:00-BaptWs guild melts lp the
Baptist guild house..
3 :00-Congregat~onal students sinig at
University hospital.
4 :00-J-lHop commu.t emets in room
'308 o. the Union.
4:38(--Open house at 'Wesley' ha1l
4 :30-Lutheran student, forum in Zlor~
Lutheran Parish hall.
6:q :0-t Omega dinner In room 318
of the Union. I
6;00--Bapt~st guild frlendsbWl hour~i
Batist church parlors.
*: ;~.Wesleyaa g U~d meets "iu Meth-
odist church.
O :fl0-tudent s"lfireside chat lun Con-
gregational church..
o S0--Baptst gail14 devotlonal meet-
ing in Baptist church.
4 :0--Fatlwi's M5 -.meeting in Upper
reading room of the .Union..
6:00--Excbkluge club dinner In room
3.18 of the Union.
6:00-Home school Ginner In room 3191
of the MUnion.
7 :@-Men'.s Edneatlonal celub meets In
room 302. of the Union.,
7:G0--Whryf:,ar1"s ne in room 308 ~oj
the Union.
7 :CO---Behurteek? club meets in room
304 of the Union.
7 :45-Hugo Dig mer speaks before.I
meetig ofthe Anierican. Society, of
Mechanical engineers in room .348
of the Engineering building
8 :00--Prof. F. J. Mathier, Irv, of PrInce.
ton, speaks on "The Newest Paint-
ing," in west gallery oft Alumni Mlm-
crasl ball.



Th e plans for the rLawyers' club?
What are the alterations and addi- iILlOS A) W C4hI
tions planned for the gymnasiums? MEET AIi' HvICAN IN
The amount of money already rats- (A1TES1'
ed for the proposed University of ___


Phidelah Rice, extraordinary reader 'The Newest Painting" will be the
of plays and called, by many tho' topic of a lecture to be given by Dr.
greatest "monactor" in the country at Frank Jewett ;Mather, Jr°., Marquand
the present time, will read" the play, professor of art and archaeology at
"Peaceful Valley", at 8 o'clock Wed- Princeton. university, at 8 o'clock to-
nesda~y night in Hill auditorium as one morrow evening in the west gallery of
of the numbers on the Oratorical as- Alumni Memorial hall.
sociation lecture course.... Professor Mather, a graduate of
Mr. Rice is nationally known as a Williams college, received his Ph.D.
master reader and by isome is calledf degree from Johns Hopkins 'in 1892,
the successor to Leland Powers. This after which he spent several years of
great impersonator in speaking of study in the University of Berlin and
him says, "I yam an enthusiastic ad- the Ecole des Hiautes Etudes, Paris.
mirer of the impersonation 'work of Serving on the faculty of Williams
1Mr. Phidelah Ricer It has the charac- college, on his return, as assistant
teristic of masterliness. It is sponi- professor of English and Romance
taneous. and virile and fu~ll of splen- languages hie gave ug this position to
did human nature and 'truth. At the become an editorial writer for the
same time Mr. Rice is no haphazard New York Evening Post. In the next
performer; he knows the technique ofl ?ewv years hie became assistant editor
hip profession and .the purpose and of the Nation magazine, art critic of
message of his' plays are brought out the New York Evening .Post, Ameni-
with the most careful judgment as to can editor of the BuTrlington maga-
iartistic .values Knowing the man as Nine, 'and finally in 1910, Marquand
I do, with his cultivated mind, his ;professor of art, and archaeology at
clean hart, clear head, and winningI Princeton university.
personality, I do 'not wonder at his Professor Mather is the author of
astonishing success." several books for the most part deal-
The experience of Mr. Rice in this ' mg with art. and archaeology, includ-
field of reading has been exter~sve, ;ing "Homner Martin", "The Poet in
having appeared for many years on ' jandscape", "Estimates in Art", and
Chiautauqua platforms. Among the h ook of short stories, "The Collect-
plays.whlch are given by Mr. Rice are 1. rs".' His most recent work, "The
"Great Expectations, "David Gar- j Portraits of Dante", has reciveoi last-
rick", and "The Man of the Hour"'. ng cornmendiation wherever it has
___________b een read. He is also the author of
_______________________________several literary and philosophical
WS i monographs. During; the war Profes-
In TheNews a ot o ahrrs t h rd fci-
bor atheriose othndensgade.ofSchi.
Oather Colleges Rotwi' aean ninU .N

Practices are being held daily by
YESTERD)AY'S ANWR the Varnity debating" teams in prepaa-
The type of architecture for the new !rto o h i-etdbt hc
Medical building will probably be very"l will be held Friday evening between
stmilar to that of the Physics building. the Uiniversities of Wisconsin, Illinois
The Medical building will be located, and Michigan. The final public prac-
between Washtenaw and East Univer- tice is to be held at 4 o'clock V4ednes-
sity starting at their intersection andfI day afternoon in 1Hill auditorium. Any'
opening to the south in the form of1 persons desiring to hear the twoj
an angle. I teams, affirmative and negative, In
The first unit will be built on the! the final clash before league debate
space now cleared directly opposite may do so.
the present Medical building. There At 8 o'clock Friday evening in Hill
will be entrances on both East Uni- auditorium the Michigan affirmative
versity and Wash tenaw avenues, four$ trio will mueet the Wisconsin negative
floors and an approximate floor area + team.. The Wolverine negative team
of 100,000 square feet. will leave Thursday mnorning for Ur-
bana to debate against the Illinois af-I
The University requests $7,277c000. jflrmative team on Friday night. Wis -
This will cost each individual in the Icousin's affirmative team will debate
state 99 cent's a year for two years.. against the Illinois negative group
During the past year each person. at Madison on the same night.
figuring on a proportional basis, spent The question that will be debatedj
for soft drinks $2.72, for jewelry $3.40,l yari~Reov
for candy $3.35, fors cigarettes $14.28,i this yari.:Rsovd, that wvhatever
for movies aid theaters $6.80, anid for constitutional or stat utory changesI
autos and parts $19.39.# are necessary to make impossible the
use of injunctions in labor disputes in }
The new Literary b~uilding, of which the Unitedi States should be immiedi-
the first unit is now under construe-; ately~ made.
tion, will have an exterior surface of Judge C. Simzon a of Detroit will actI
Indiana limestone. The building -I as chairmnf of the debate Friday
set 140 feet from State street. It I night. 0110 judge will be used to make
reaches from the corner of the Museum' the dlecision. As yet the judge has not
to the corner of the Law building, a, been' chosen.
span of 300 feet. At its deepest part i--- _
it will be 70 feet. When the building I Have you react the "Daily Classified
is completed it will have, from a br' oun e oaAv
eye view, the shape of a rectangle-
with a bar across the middle. Tphe en- Patronize Daily advertisers:-Adv.
trance at the center will be set off
by eight Doric pillars back of which wilbbon eoo spe inito a_
well finished lobby. The wings will SEN\IOR LIT DUES MlUST BE
have straight lines, large windows and1 AIl
a .cornice. There is no basement ex-
cept for a machine room. There ay I All members of the ;senior lit-
four floors, 28 class rooms, offices for erary class who have not yet
the deans of the Literary and Grad- pidtheir dues, amounting to
uate schools and for all faculty Dien- $3.50 for the entire year, should
bers having classes in the building., do so immediately. Make checks
An economics and a mathematics l1-' payale~ to Burton F. Dunlop, !
brary, and- a large study hall.' class treasurer, 1617 Washten-SI
___-- f aw avenue.
Try a Classified Ad-it' pays.--Adv. s __- -____

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Southern Calfornia-No more haz-
ing of. freshmen is to bae permitted ac-
'cording to. a recent faculty decision.
*Purdue-Sweaters must be worn by
all admitted to the Women's Athletic


- , association dance to, be given March
G- O'ES 117.* This 'will be called the "sweater !
AN exh3 Won of oil paiulings, water Ihop."I
e9oltc, and etchings by Hayley Lev-~-
er. G, H. Baker, J. J. Haffue , R. E. KJansas-A recent vote revealed1 that
Lega.u, and R. C. Tuttle ie now 10e'- women students here consider 23 the
#ng shows in itle west gallery of proper age for marriage.. A similar.
Aluni Memorial lall. Open dailyI vote at Wisconsin shows that the wo-
through today. men students of that university plan
S.uor Eds nmust order their, cfttls at -to marry at 26.
Wagner's before March 24. __
Wbimsfes wout4 tryovts for potsitloD, Carleton--A football training class'
of business assistant to handle ad- has 'been: organized here. The Instruc-
velising.. Write care of the Press tions will include body building, prac-1
building, giving' qualifications. tice in charging and line scrimmage.I
Any one wishing to tryout for Ximess
plays report to the Mimes theaterI Minnesoi--Publication of the Mlin,-
'_Ionday evening at 7:30 o'clock. , nesota Daily has been resumed after
---- I having recently been. forced to half.
J'ILOGRA. X ANNOUNCED) FORI size by the lack of student support.G
*SU1iIER LECTURE COURSEj There has been no publication for}
--- ,more than a month.!
(Cniud rmPg n)of lectures with "Europe in the Fifth' Southern Cllfornla.-Ignace Pedere-
Year of Peace" on June 25. Follow- wiski, miusician and statesman, receiv-
ing Professor Frayer, talks, will be ed the (degree of doctor of law on Feb).
given by Profs. Robert M. Wenley of 1 22 in connection with the observance
the philosophy department, H. E.1 of Washington's birthday.
Riggs, of the engineering college, 0.
A. Campbell, of the English depart- Beloit--Girla on basketball team are
'annt; and maney othier faculty men, on under a strict set of training' rules.
an extremuely :varied program. IOne of the rules is a ten minute -run
Entertainments of other types have every day.
been arranged. by Dean Kraus for the I
memibers of the :University and towns Oregon--Twenty new tennis courtsI
people during the Summer school. Ex- I are expected to be ready for use the
cursions,. concerts,' performnances of : first part of April. A fee of 10, cents
popular' plays, educational mnovies and per hour will be charged each player
trips to the University,' bservatory fort maintenance cost until the uiiiver-i
have been planned.. ity is able to finance it. In the sum-
mer it is planned to let town people
Federal Offiter in Toledo, use the. grounds at the regular rate.
Washington, March 10--(By A. P.)
--Federal 'Prohibition Comrnisi.ioner Pennfsyl vania - Practically every
H-ayes. left Woday for Toledo, 0., and personage who visits the universityi
neary ctie in hatstae an Mih#-places his signature upon the register!
fanm to urge co-operation with localintelbayAmgth lerts
prdhition agents. iHe will make sev- lite are General Pershing, Marshals
Poch and Joffre, Charles W. Wallace,
eral speotehe in Toledo Monday and famous for discoveries of fact; on
\vill address the Michigan legislatureI Shakespeare's life, Calvin Coolidge,
ast Lansing Thursday. George Wharton Pepper, Madame Cur-
rie, Otis Skinner, Sir Auckland Ged-
Patronize- daily Advertisers.-:Adv. des, and J. Cavalier.

AeWark Club 1Holds15Neeting
Plans for this semester were fully
decided upon at the meeting of the
Newark club which was held last night
at the Union. At the close of the
business part of the meeting a num-
ber, of Newark students attending
Michigan for their first year were in-
itiatedi into the club.
Crew C'andidates Called
New Haven, March 10---(By ATP.)--
A call for candidates for Yale crew c
for the spring training will be made
^)robably next week.

How gratifying the glances of admiration that pronounce
approval of the costume you have so carefully chosen!
A quick glimpse of hat and face, a swift appraisal of suitordes n hn
WIVill. those fintliches of silken i14)S1I'3 111d Stylish shoes 'ae.
comiplisl the Impression you desirel
They will, if you have chosen Colonial pumps, of black
satin or kid with the dainty Louis heel and; unique tongue.
effect ! A gore beneath the tongue allows this style PUMP
to fit the instep perfectly. These pumps are priced-
$7.50 and$8.00
(Mack's MAIn .Floor)


"The daps that make us happ a nke us wise."

Ann Arbor and Jacks-'
(Eastern Standard Time)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-
6:oo a.mi., 7:oo a.mn., 8:oo a.m., 9:oc
a.m. and hourly to 9 :o5 p.m.
Jackson Express Cars (local stops
west of Ann Arbor)--9 :47 a.m'., and
eve'ry two hiours to 9:47 p.m.
Local Car~s East Bound-7 :oo a.,n.
and every two hours to 9 :0o p. in.,
t:oo p.m. To Ypsilanti only-n :4o
To Saline--Change at Ypsianti.
Local Cars West Bound--7 :3o a.m.,
12:10 p.m.
To Jackson and 'Kalaniaoo--Lim-
ited cars 8:47, :0:47 a.m., 12:47, 2:47.
4:47 p.m.
To Jackson and Lansing--Limited at
8 :47 p.m.




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