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ATHLETIC FRATERKITY
T0 HDLG TROUTS SOON

King h'ut'hs Cui
Pursues

Of2idaho Bnker,

relate Lord Carnarvon's, righlt bower in Irish Star to Coach
sethe Luxor tomb activities? Carnar-j South IFend, In., April 17-(By A.
Carter, on was stricken with a mysterious P.)-Forest Caocton, of Elgin, Ill., left
mld-adde.Now Carter teh92asreDaefot
beeni stricken ill. (tcl fte12NteDn ot
bal ee e oFlt sg e o c ahTiiDAY1 $TO LAST D)AY OF football, basketball and track at St.
VlIM'~ S )YCty.,jYSr Ambrose college, Davenport, Iowa.
Ik~ His services was sought by many oth

17.-( y A. I.) '
gents designated
es that Thurkish
ed the coffin of
erirum soldier, af-
n the World war,

th1e
he pr

ts

;e or any in-
t.
xtraction ai (l
ss. I-Ie'(went
Division andI

Tr you'ts for Sigma Psi, national ath-
lctic honorary fraternity, should beginx
training for the events which they i-
tendi to pass this spring, according to
'Dr. Georg e A. May, director of Water-
rnvo ngymnasiumn.
Membership in. Sigma Psi is based
on athletic- accomplishment in. a series.
of ~diversified tests, including sprints,
distance races, hurdles, football kick-
ing-, swimming, baseball throwing,
tuimbling, phole vaulting, and other
fet.Any student successfully corn-
kpleting the requirements in all 12
events is eligible for membership.
'Varsity'feter mnen are allowedi to sub-
Ally 'information rejlve,,to . Sigma
Psi iioy' he'obtained in Doctor ,May's
t ffice 'or from tlie intraml~iral depart-'
- r~nt 'ini Waterman gymnasium.

Di
Trades
APRIL 1

Shzort story manuscripts for thef
Ma ots ns etrzdin to te Judges of thu contest at the
Chimes oflico in the Unionl by fioclk
Friday. Two cash prizes, of ten and
five dollars eachl, are to ;)e gvnfor
the accepted stories, whv-Iich ;will be
published in the May issue,,of Chimes.

or schools.
GARRlf .I C K WedL.:-5cto$.
1,l)DIE C VTOR- IN
"1AIKE IT SN7APPY'
REMARKABLE WINTER GARDEN
SUPE IR-RTEVUE

RHE DES' 8 PIECE [ RCHESTRA
COUPLES ONLY
8 to 1130

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I'LAST TMETODAY .
PT 'R -DTR'POIT SH-OWING OF - =

-ial.
Ithe investigatrs
ill.n had been placed.
reek church at A a-

tspeniding interment. The town ;________
tak~en by Turkish soldiers in Sep- # NION TO LGIVE DANCEL FOR'
~r. (4RADS;,FACULiTY, N EOR 4
,presentatlon to the Turkish gov- g
~entwas ade y rer adiralA dance will be held from 8:30 tode
-k Bristol, Amnercan high commis- i1i o'clock~ tonight at the 'Un( nfor the
er of Co.nstantinople to the speak- aC<nidrrceor' iiemersandfac
3f th~e Turkish assembly. He per- George Hlearst, :;on of Mr11. 1and(- Mr," ulty of the Uniivers7;_;. The affair will
aly expressed regrets, the state W illiam Randolph Hearst, has it"st inclu~j a lunclwo)n,.. a swell"-as- the
artment was informed,. and prom- been mnarried to i1;i 's"llanche Wilbut' i-egtlar features of the rogidar Uion
to obtain a statement of the eir- of Idaho Falls. d ances.t
astances from Angora at an early - -- - h eeuiv--u-teei chr~
e" . ;i*A ~ the dance-has t-1hc following "nm("-
}lsIA3 ;... 411?F CO WE: CE IUN~t"I bers: Mrs. AWaldo Abbot, Mrs. Hughjt
F UMNUS PRAISED)- Beebe, Mrs. James Cissell, Mrs. Ralph
B DE T LP P R ro.L-iM.Grmoftedpr-Aigler, Mrs. William Humphreys, Mrs.C
BY D NTALPAPE . Pv_'.I~c , isTo/l Cran, f th 60,), t- F1ans Holbrook, Mrs. Alexander Ruth-1o
Yme , (J, Et:'UCtural 'engineering,' wa') <en,'Ms.Clair Upthegrove,' Mrs.
loses Rattner, '21D, at a recent the h rincil-) e .r sera at tho I Earl Wolaver, Mrs. Otto Hans, Al.
vention of the Michigan State Den- noon luncheon ocf thzQ Ann 'Arbor i Herbert Watkins, Mrs.' Victor Lane,.
association held in Detroit, gave ('me~of tC w nerce. The nmeeting Jr., M1rs. Frederick Waldron, and Mrs.
cnic demonstrating a new mleth- ' . ohin Waite. Tickets for t~he dance are
forcuin Vicet' agin, n'v'as c 6nekct ed undz er the ausicc, o now on_ sale at the main, desk in theI
~,inzntory ffecton of the throt. te mebers of thle Chamber who, are Union.
ster's method, if successful, will In the Onig ,,cer<ig ad c(nstructio' i
rten the. period necessary for cure Isns.Grde .Wllaspc ulheiierg Jury Incomlete
mi three months to a few days. siedc. ' St. Josephs, Mich., April 17-(By A.
'he Michigan Dental association. re- I rofessor Gram's talk on "Kiado-1P (-The
t nrfrigt Rtnrsdl~ - ~opic v~rds as illustrated by -h jury to try Charles E. Ruth-
't inreferingto Rttne's dmon-enberg' charged, with criminal. syndi-
Ltion~~~~~~ say: "t ttrcte cnsi-.l ~i eder o manydofAte-{calism 'was apparently. no nearer con.-.
ble attention. A watchful eye pletion tonightes ofan whenpo.adcourr- 1
Wd bel~ep on im i thenearf ~-ica and told, of thoe difficulty v:'} ..pein'oih hnwe or d
Auld beichptome oimthemtwernebuilt. I ourned yesterday. At the present
+ alo spke a nulier of bridg rate of. progress; the jury will be not
t the presen~t time attner is prat-j'~ihaeudrcntucini is losoe-o competed before Thursday of Friday.
ngin Detroit, specializing in P pr-"i'lt~ r ;'-tho ccstr. somjofin th i-Lti~iIia
re ~e." wcre,_desigfieod'with $theyco-oherat301 I " cdk4Out o I ea iiu
3 kRI i A'iil? e' , hniszlt and orther meiuers -of te New, "Vork,'April 17-(.ly A. P.)-=
fl~s~wA JIAT1Hf. culty of the ec1nlccring'college. "'T'he .Board'oT gdyernors''of the A. U. '
LEG~fJRE RVEN YESIER)AY; U. tonight refused'. to gra~nt an appeal
' '~ by Charles Paiddock, Californiia sprint.
he first of the, series of six fresh- p r-77 " star, for sanction to tal~e.,part in the
Lhealth lectures was delivered at 1t ~Yi~LI.~international'nmeet at. Paris in May.
'cloclt and again at 7 o'clock yester- --°-- ---
in Natural Science auditorium by ~

[Has the
;scended

Aoward Carter
"curse of King 'Tut" nowI
'upon' Howard Carter the

tJ - .J
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IN THE

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.ieIN ice.
Pusrify the breath .'
Many breath odors offend. Cigars,.
decaying food, stomach disorders
nay caus~e them. A May B~reath.
tablet ends them instantly.
Carry with you. Make your every
contact pleasing. Add this to youir
ogler charms.

WiTH~r

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An antiseptic mouth wash'in .
candy fo~rm. Instantly deodor~-
izes both the mouth ,and
stomaic'h. 'Gives spring odors
to the breath. In the stomach
it 'also acts as. a digestant.
Carry with you. All druggists.'

SPECIAL
99}
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COBLER
'NUFF SED

John Sainpolis
David Butler
AND
Frankie Lee
WUERTH
ORCHESTRA'
UNDER DIRECTION OF
MR. SKEAT AT THE ORGAN

STA$pTING' TOMOU4
AND
LON CHAIN

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3 0'(
da~y

Dr. Warren E. Ftorsythe, director of
m~e Health service. Attendance of
fresh~men who 'were absent fromnt the
lectures last fall is reqluired:
Other; lectures of th~ie series will be
delivered at 3 and 7 o'lck April 18,
19, 2C, 25 and 26. " "'''
L~ook over the values in the clas si-
193APIL 1923
I1' 2 3 4 '5 6 7
8 9 10 11 12 1" 14
15 16 17 18 19 .'0 21
our door :1'a ,"sr adol'r -
molie onl a' hat. ', '1
WA in.o (do all kidsofCla-
in,, aid4eblochiing of "Hats a
low prices for HIGH CLA'SS
AORK -_ _
FATR AY S R 17Pkard 4Street* Phone 17)2
I"Where D. U. R. St ops at State!
"Y"A AAN

9icture
\ aL cogeous modern woman
. '. -of many lo'ves in her :first
all -Am erican trlumnph !
ConwaTearlIiCle,'

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Geoi*
Fitzmauiolce,
ORODUCTION
J
ADOLPH Zt1K0 = /
PR CSEN T_ 9 _ .

The

University

of

E "gineering

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Of all the ;things that go to make the
successful engineer, none is more 'impor-
tant, nor more in step with the spirit of the
profession, than a stUdcious attitude. One
mian says about another-"he is always.
'willing. to learn," "he doesn't' think he
knows it alI"'-and he intends to pay a
haigh competient when he says it.
The great, engineers are always at
school, always learning, always seeking
for 'more knowledg"e. They begins with
'this .desire for fuller understanding, and
they 'keep it up to the end.
Any v engineering operation, over and
above the primary purpose for which :it is
carried -out, is an active and -post-gradu-
ate class in engineering, also. So that
Westinghouse, or any other great 'busin~ess.,

is, of~ its very nature, a University where
theory and practice/combhine to make big-
ger, broader and more practical engineers.
The courses in this University are not
limited to prescribed sub jects nor terms-
the subjects 'are almost infinite, and the
semesters are endless. Men with the
weight of 'years on thefr shoulders work
and learn 'side-by-side with those whose
day has just .awned.
This post-graduate school fits men for
almost anything. Fits them for it, and
miakes the~m continually fitter. Out of
this conftinuijng fitness have grown the
engineering. accomplishmenits on - which
this institution has grown. It is, per-
haps, one of the great educational' insti-'
tutions of its day.

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AUGMNTEDCONCERT 'RHSR
;ATIEF :00-3:30 EVE'NING: 7:00-8:")0
.ALL S',IEA.TS ~ 25CN 3 enscents ' IALORY 35cents
CCO I:NG FRIDAY
MILTON SILLS
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