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hers' club )meets
" itectural corridor, Ngineering bition. The Ann Arbor Art associa- Moody is superintendent. The tract three features: the beauty of the and I laders, acs and lanterns. There are this of
building.. tion holdis its exhibit ions in this bild' Ihasarie rotgeo ore txan on ; as a public park; a collection of nra- 125 employees of the buildings ia t' nce an
ing and a half miles. The tporaty 3 iv plants, shrubs, and trees especial- grounds departmeant ;organized int Charles
- torph ly those of the Mkichgan fora; and e fve crews under captains an~ lie- the pbi
[ ~~~~~~ exceedingly rugged, the highest point tresan perennias in landscape de-!tenants. These men are furnished hog h gnroiy ffinsi !big15feIbvetervrlvl
al O ~ l U general and of W alter 1-. Nichols ant 'The soils vary from clay to light wiIT5.- the Uniesiotys, ha pparatugleiset
Itd( sie Cno ihl in particular sands. Th school Girl's glen is lo- b h nvTst.Teapaaubs
_____________ iteUiest a curdatatof cae(n h ratTthrsnttee e campus fire station is situateC i for the most art, stred in the ca-
theUnierityhas________araco___ateothtrctAtpreenthrus fire station.
"I 'andI comprising 90 acres located be- are 15 acres covered with native trees dust behind University Ball. The___________
What is the Saginaw Forest farm? tw en Geddes avenue and the HuroI shrubs and herbaceous plants. A de- equipment for fire, fighting =includes i
What is the Phi Delta Kappa fha-rver. The Board of Regents named finite plan has been formulated for two centrifugal pumps capable of de Harvard men to LetU I befci
In~ ternity? the tract the Nichols Arboretum. It is the ;development of the land by Pro- lvering 1250 gallons per minute 10 Prof. Roger B. Merriman. of 'the hxi- l
When the Law, school was found- under the direction of the department I essor Tealdi of the department of 000 feet of 2-inch cast iron pipe ar- tort' department of Havard unive
inj ed? of Landscape Design and Charles Leo Landscape Design. lie is stressing1 ryina water to the hydrants, hoses Iaty, will deliver a lecture at a o'clo
V Club flue ti
323 of the union.
terse club meets
YESTi IERDJAY'S ANSWE1ZAS
Oil meets in 1"0c
°ommittee of Gua aa
room 306 of the U
Alumnni Memorial hall Nwas built '
19101. _Money for the structure w a'
raised amiong the alumni of the U ni-
versity. The building is a inemor-
ial to distinguished alumni wvho hav~e:
otserved the nation in both peace andl
wvar. In this building are located the prmnso ieAt d rh
aeology, the 'University club, and the~
ldgeneral catalogue room of the Uni-
n-versity. It is the headqiuarters for the:
Alumni association and contains one
o~ of the magazine rooms of the ib rary.1
The lest art collections are also hoes-
lections are, the Lewis collection, por-
traits of former professors, .and, a
number of histori cal portraits. There I
0'are some fine specimens ofcat and l
statuary. Portraits o of President.
'csJaes 3.Angell and o Dr. H. P. Tap- i
pan(on by Karl Biitter are on cxlii-
a. "t IMSIES PRES NTS
Two Excellent Lectures
Under Auspices of
TI-E XAERICAN ASSOCIATION OF °UNIVERSITY ' OMNIN
-iLFRE FD 3i REY:fI"IO I, Poet and Playwright, April
L' A 'Talk on1 the New*Verse, with readings.
2. ;A group of tone poeras, with inandaltute.
3~." "Vote the New Moon," a Kreymnborg play, presented by a
group of the Dodo players.
IJMMIX GARLAN)U, ANovelist and P'oet, May 4.
Reminiscences of Mleetings with, American Authior-s.
11il1 Auditorium, 8 P. M.
T ikcl&-To Lclue',$1.0;Reservedi Seeion1, $1.2N
ingle Adriaai ionus 500and ?7rc
On .'ale at GRAILM^I'S AND) WAIIR'S BOOK STORKS
diluncer i11 roo
FREE 0 Quicker, Bfetter Shaves
aAlpha Delta Wipes
of the Union.
iry ball commuit tee mieets
-al cliffJ) inets inroom:3t
C. L. .11ea.der addres-A
itan club in room 203, Ui
Science society meets.
club nueets in Iroo11
waidoss and 0. 0.
eals in Lane half.
lad lispanica present,
s Hormigas" in Sarah
-,Caswell. Angell hlil.
S9:.3l0--.Sehoohnisiers' elithm tni( , In
ll:0 1han~ tfn a se'in hill auditorium.
X-2:14l--AM011 college laumni reuii on
banquet in room 319 of-the Unzion.
Y 1-ilghyl school librarians and art
Ssection of the Schoolmasters' club
J unches in main dining room of the
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~1 W s15r-tkology depam Ient luxnch III
''ladies' dining room of the Union.
,;J-A:1---Law faculty lunch In prjv-te
'dining roonm of the Union.
~121 -$~te'society for Vocational
SEducation lunch in room 316 of the
; '1?:16-- ociernr language t.achrels'
Slunch in room 323 of the Union.
S4 :00--Ph~i Delta Kappa. meets in room32ofteUin
6 0:0l0-11.1lDelta Kappa dinner in room
S316 of the Union.
S: 5:0--IL A.. 4th ~uspeak:s ini \ atural
S S 00--Play production clases presenut
", "1lnrence" in University hall.
TSenior l1rS' and enwbiecer,' canie- must
~'be ordered at Wagner's before spring,-
SPhone 1440.11 for reservations for Al.
rrbion college alumni reunion banquet
Swhich is to be held at 12:15 o'clock
t- Pmorrew in the Union.
.. ,Ma il order applications for f ickets, to
"M1r. Pini Passes By," Comedy club
Splay, wvill be accepted until tomor-
row by William Ottoway, 1331 Hill
Senior ed ma y order conwteTeeienf
-invitation~s for the last time from 5
.' to 12 :end from 2 to 4 o'elock to-
' day in the, lower corridor of
Tappan Bail. Class duiter rmust b
Spaid at that time.
)Em Pe edultlouu of original siuidies by
Y, Italian and English painters, arch-
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-I1s B3est RDeflected in Flowers
New Spring Samples Just'In
Adorn our Hdome with Potted
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