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April 24, 1923 - Image 2

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_________ __ _____ ________THE MICHIGAN DALY _ _ _ _ -T

i oiv 'i ;li s a i n
JVEN IN SAR~AH

Florida To Abolish
Prision Cam pa,
~Xredits Sentor

Btail1e do Dames", by Scribe and
,G11ye xwilli he presented at 8 o'clockJ
ight in Sarah Ca,well Angell hal
the annual production of the (.erl-
rFrancai . Final dlres.s rehearsals
re hold last night and, acording to
use in charge, little remains to be
ii to ina1ke the production the equal;
any given by the society in past

News From The
?3 ;a le «; « - Two well equipped
ktitchens are one of tile novel features
oftenew $1,500,000 University li-1
Drary which wiil be ready for use Juinc.1-< ' t h s a e qup e o
the t Gn,(eience of the library staff.
The ]libra y will accommiodate 1,800
people.
lhax rar-Students will not be bar-
red fromt entering the university on ac-,
count of race, color, or religioni ac-
cording to= a resolution pjassedi at r ]
recent meeting of the committ,!ee ap-
poifltC.ed to investigate the .coLditicns.,
? either~ will anyone be extclucded from
the freshman dormitories b oca use of
color, but mren of the white an dthe
black races will not be compelled to
eat together.1
£iines da-Grea t preparations ,are1
being made for the opening of the staff-
ium. ~ .ive which will be set, off by a
monst er parade of the entire student
body through the streets of Minneap-
olis. A noise committee has been ap-
pointed to liven the celebration. Aero-
plane s, tanks, artillery, and mnachine
guns will help to make the opening a
long remembered event.

SOther c l ee torney general. The salaries of the =iteEtoAr.EMET.TynEmXassstanDatARY
faculty will also suffer a reduction, it EN A E E TEX R O DN R
was stated. W G - - E TIA 0'
ation is made by the committee, to )pro-ER
?recently prove that a co-ed's training= ORCHESTRA HALL-DETROIT
L(-iwl t arord Robersgaind 1costs more to the college (along social'.Sudy etactoteuiestmsu aImsaoethnhiromadbadI:Apllt- tiec FcnlanGre'
enrnet'h nvriy uemalnsaoe ha hi omadbad-Evening- Meisttersinger"-
week ago and abstracted more. than' together costs their families. Monday, April 3th--"Tannhaus er"
$10,000 in cohirn ees.AwakI: Tuesday, May 1st--"Lohengrin"
lock and a window protected only by I Cldcago-A motion to reorganize the Wednesday, May 2nd-"Tristan and Isolde" (MAat inee)
a heavy wire screen, were responsible undergraduate student , council has,
for the access of the marauders. Most been approved by that body and ll1ii Tickets at Grinnells-Detroit
of the articles taken were solid gold be presented for student discussionc PRICESy,
and. could be easily reduced to bullion, at an open meeting today. The pro- Eeig-10-210$.,-30-40-h,0
This and other itndicat~ions lead officials posed change includes the replacing of, Matinee-$1L00-to-$4.O.
to. believe the theft the work of am-! all uanderclassmen on the council by!° "
ateu rs. :the heads of student activities. Mail orders for seats may be sent to Grinnell Trothors, Dectroit.
- Such orders will be filled in the order in which rzece1'vec.
0klaomja--Because so small an ap- AleaoHveFrDa
prebriation was mad~e by the state Aliena, April 21-(By A.P.)-Wed-lEd~aE6F111~611Hi~I~l~li111Il~l11MN111111
this year, the university wvll probably nesday, April 25, will be Fire Preven-
be able to admit no freshmen next I tion day here. There will be an edu- ---
fall, according to a predliction credl- cational campaign in the interests of
'. fire prevention. T{AS

The play, which is a comedy in three~
IF ct,deals wiith the trials of two
n a i, the CteOltsse d' Autreval, and
ier ii eCe, who arie bath- in love wt
lie san e man. The plot is further
omp11lica1 td by','the fact that thie youne,
1-an on1 whom thell' two v omlen have
oncentrated their attention is a ho- ~
itical re ugee, eand is in contiri.E
anger of arrest and dleath. Thro i0 i-
)ut the entire p9lay ru~ns- a , trong1 Sntr )," T.Fece
bread of suspenlse. It is generally' Florida convf;!e lease s stemin will
,ceded to, contain rmuch of the beat goon be bob hll cd ccording to U. S;
Workl of t~hese two prolific and i)pu.- 7c??1'te.r Yieclie," of that sae Fletch-
ar authors, and combines real wite dc-cladil %Washington he b)elieved
with anmuunusual delicacy and sympa- ;~ lohiaur Qulid kill the system
hy of treatiment. o rsnlhrcmsa ne
The cast for the production as fin-
illy decided upon is as follows: Lf nnni IT "r lff-i
_omtesse u' Aultreval, Helen Y. ;'0(1 rI II HI
.1 uff, '23Ed Leonie, her niece, Vera L P SIIV o UlIlI
Katz, '24; Henri deo3:+ avigne- 1, D; ll.a
ie Due, '25; Gustatve de tGrignol c.IL9 B E1H.P, LVUINN R ,
Van Homie, '~d Baron dal ont
itchard, L -o N ow icki,'25E ; U n so -g1i< a t r
ffce1d rgns 1f. atr Washington, April 23 . ByA. P.)-
hwaite, '2; Un Dometi, p. j T Dearture of President Ilarding from
Prenevost, '25. :, _"hh'gton tonight for New York,
Admnission wiill be by Cercle Fran-i whe-re lie ill speak tomorrow at thel
ais as sociate nmmbership tickets or nullceo oftem brso
y neil ticket for th IprfrmancDfnlliceb ftemmeso
yvljich my beobtineanhe e 1 the Acscciated Press marked the be-
treet bookstores. Terie s- ginning of a series of speaking trips
ents. Admission inay alsuo be secured to be made by the chie'f executiveI
t the door". during 'the siinimer. I
Of these addresses, of which aboutI
Wayf arers Approve Con sltintionIt 15 will he 'made, the chief executive i
in<Itddt con o i dii
The new - constiturtion of the Wayix- t con o i ~mns

Nd0waska-Plans have been complet-
ed for the Nebraska _Memorial stad-
ium to be erected on the present ath-
letic field at a cost of $.430,000l. Bi -
neath the grandstand will be 12 lndoor
tennis courts and 30 handball couxts.I
In the stadium proper there wiilbe
two fcottall fields, onebaseball dha-
mond, a half mile track, and a place
for outdoor pageants.
Oreon- Publication of names of
st denfts found ,guilty of cheating in
college wvorlk will hereafter 1)e includ-1
ed as part of the penalties imaposed
in all cases wher'e such recomm.nrend-l
GARRICK We. :v 0i o9.0
WALTER HAMDEN
.'e ,IVWay to Pay Old Debts-Tuve.
flep.Ring of ' zshib Te-rll w11a1,
oftello--Wed4iEve at 8
''li Iae k FI':k'<-Tirv. Fri.
Safi, Arat. and S Ht. 'ight
ASK FOR
THE NEW
CHOCOLATE
MALTED DRINK.
AND BESAIID
Dealers Phone 114

F OR the studen or prof., the
superb VENUS out-rivals
all for perfect pencil work.
17 black degrees-3 copying.
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FLOWERS

Pants

Corsages

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Palms and Fern s
to Rent
FLOWERS BY WIRE
Cousins & Hal

TIM ES
TO-NIGHT
Prices

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Tie Detroit Times devoted
a full column of its editorial
page, Sunday, April the 21 st

See'

T his

arer's clumb was again disussej at!
Ise meeti-Ig, held last[ night in theI
nion and it will now 1be sent to.Dean
.A. Bursley- for. approval and] minor ln e. T e cutitten ~o
omplete, weill definitely rix the stafus
f the W'ayfarers upon the campus.
he names ef: several new. members
ere brought before the mneeting last
ight also.,
Commz11ittees Meet .toLPjav Gtames
Junior, sophomore and freshman
)mimittees who will assist the. Stu-
ent counacil in the. carryinig out, of
2.Ie Spring: games will1nicd' at 4
clack today inte Union to cn
der plans for the ccntest. Ao._
itee from the StudNt crrNc~ will
e present to explain the idom which
e under consid (eration? at the I r ?:'
It timeC.
Daily Classifieds for real, resuil.

tmation andl to announce and explain
! the policies he plans to pursue dur-
:wnp thd re qr .rder of his term- ci
WieHouse officials have given no
inkling of the nature of the address
yMr. H-arding will make tomorrow at
the luncheon. The president has been
ait work on his speech for several
days > and today event over it with 5ev--
I cral memhers of, his cabinet idicat--
liug he considiers it of extreme IM-
! portanc°,. Th e luncheon at wvhich the
p? residecnt will speak is to be held at
I o'clock tomorrowv afternoon.
TZa a PRela V! to Banquaet
Newly elected candi datcs for mem-
bership in Tau Beta Pi, national hon-
orary enigineering fraternity, will be
tle n b fhnra agv y fthe sc iety at 6 o'clock tonight
[in Wi let's cafe, 'Prof. T. H. Reed, of
th e political science department, will
specak.
The initiation xwill take placer Sat-
1urday afternoon.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
ICl assiefleds-Adv,

00bon k On il EAST ~UiNIVER~SITY Awf
f ~Mccibaxic nilNSeY.TTaI P 1 PHONE t frit:
Modern Social Work
Requires the Psychi atric Ap profach
Psychiatric Social Worlers
Child Welfare Workers Con-mnunity Se~rvice WNorkers -
Attendance Officers Family Cas:e Workers-
Medical Social Workers
Session Openis- 4uly ), 1923-
I ~Smith College School for Social Work,
College 1Ranl 14,,Northhanipto, 3Nasf
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B wSSI -M'0E
Fascinating Flappers Musical Comedy I
1= .,PLENTY OF FUN
LOTS OF GIRLS-
FUNNY COMEDIANS
NEW MUSIC, SINGING, DANCING
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- THE BEST SHOW. OF ALL
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Hdold on to yourf

TRoy
Barnes
Seena
Ow~en
and
all-s tar

books, gents--this lad can
sell mittens to the:Zllus.
He's the original 1ip-snorting
go- getter.
Bu, when he tries to sel; him-
self to, a beautiful gr-
Does he go get her?
Conie and see himt \'ork!

check-

From the

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Peter
B.

cast

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IN ADDITION
"THE DUMB - WAITER"
- Full of Action AnidILaughsI
INTFER NATIONAL NE-WS ARCADEO.RCHE1STRA

Le(t "Jimmie the adtamLxer"
--Adv.

fnd it!

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Tuesday 19 June, t Saturday,
I '0)~iaeSecond half beg;ins 2G July
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m lacinth oceanic climate of
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E" VERY :Eagle Shirt is. labeled, not
_ eonly with the name of the make,
but with the Eagle name of the shirting
as well. These makers were the first to
devise this novel scheme of helping men
to. distinguish fabrics, of giving them.
something definite to ask for again and
again, of putting control into shirt buiy-
ing where, chance ruled- before,.
Buy Eagle Shirts by the fabric name iti
the label. It's easy, convenient, helpful,
profitable.

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COMEDY
PRESENTATION
Stan Laurel in

WARN ING of'

AUGM ENTED
ORCH ESTRA
Presenting

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No one will be admitted during the last :3 reels of "One,
Exciting Night" as it detracts from ' the entertainment

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