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THE MICST(

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3009 INVITATIONS )FAILED
TO 3 11EBEJOF STAFFi
Regent Ralph Stone, '92, of Detroit,;
will be tle principal speakeor at the
All-puliczations banquet to 1b(1 held1 at
6: 15 o'clock next Monday night ini the
assembldy room of the Uni[on. Tis
is the annual banqutet t.n dered to tae
students working on the various canm-
v pit pblieations by the Board of Con,-
trol of Student~ Publications.
The topic ivhih Reg'ent Ston e will
talk on is "The Eegiiining of the Mlich-
igail Daily." Regent Stone was one
of the orgaizters of The Daily, hm.
Managing l ditor of that paperv in IN,2
At the present time he is head of thleI
Detroit Trust Company. Tle-was elcet-
ed to the Board! of Regents of the Uli-
versity last month.
The pprogram for the banquet thisy
year -Wll be shorter thlan uisual1, thae
PlIan boing to cut the length of the'
3- ceting v"Mich lasts well over tw vo
hours:. Th customary t alkis from the
retiring Ma~naging E~dtor and Busi-
ness Mvanager of The Daily Ire to be
dispensed with and the niew heads of
the 'publications are to announce their
staff appointments for next year with-
out speeches.
Prof. Fred N. Scott, head of the rhe-
toric depwrtmnent, will he the toast-
master for the affair, and will be the,
only other speaker at the banquet.
S3pecial mus~c is being obtained and anI
orchestra will play throughout 'the
meal. More thasi 300 invitations were
sent out for the banquet last nigh;It by
the Board in Control of Student Pulo-
lications.

Ch esterc bG rans OIE fsIiJUIU
"One'f the ". !S t import ant stud 'os
iany eagneeringcourT':e .sth--,. sud 2
ofte 'gl1 Lnuae"declared
W illim Yo-wie, chief of the depairt-
men lt of ,icOde of the Unito tates
(cast d Geodetic survey before a
f ' n n ceting oc the freshmian eng~ineeriiug
r c 4 i r a ('class yes terdiay moining ^is roini'3
Y' xa °sof the1 Enginering building. "No mat-
ter hw perfect mnay he Is tech(;jnical
_raning," he said, "the engrineer '.an-
ri 'ot inae a success uinless he is able<
iLO express hit.. self well."x
The olpuortunsities for met, in thic
field o4 survey ngin eering were care-
- CIS~lotitlined by Mr. Bowrie. 'T1
s ca<rcity of capaable surveyor'; ii n tis:
country mnakes necessary the ilupor-
tation of foreigner;s to do this work..
"VWhen ycu considler that surveyin.g
s is the basis 0of allengine(r,"-! he!
sid "it is aTpparent that it ropre-
=g i s Fsn ts perhaps :7the best field of ijro-
w ( L~~ ~~~e s .,- i a 7 o p p 'o r t u in ity in th is c o u n tr y ." - - - r o B o s r n
E~t s>? F . T C Copenhagen, May 2 (fly A. P.)-Thee
y I Danish National Bank has boosted its.
Commwih i.n 1 'A. t'. Cster ;;)active C
discount rate fromn 5 to 6 percent, an
wit hi'ahr AmrlCfort to consolidate the krone * busi-
Chesrter, i n co"taini'ng the rich con- nes.s men question whether, the move
cessio ns vin Asi a Minor, whichi are Twinl result as desired.
now causing an international cri s.
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GoldLabor Parade LDAL st. M x l Co s!" o
Mexico City, May 2 (By A. P.) -tr- a JO.ATiWFtra Pri*p n

LOST 'E1'STAX RECEIPTS MAY
BE DUPLICATED I3MMEDIATELY!
All persons who have lost their pay-
ment receipts for this year's: 'Ensian
have been .asked by those in, control
of the publication to, call at the office!
in the Press building for duplicates'
immediately. No copies of the Ensian
will be given out without one of these
receipts, officials say.
P'rospective Teaclhers !4[nst Pay Fees
Seniors in the College of Literature,#
Science, and the Arts and in the School'
of Education who believe themselves
eligible to receive a teacher's certific-_
ate in June should pay their fees now."
Blanks may be secured at the office
of the School of Education,; and the
receipt returned to that office not later
t.han May 25.
"Jimmie the adtaker, the swift
salesman. -Adv.

pi Pbls and x1,:pps Iseba<c z lVctor s
In the baseball games of the iner-
house tournament played Tuecsday Pi
Beta Phi defeated Sorosis Nw1i a score s
of 9 to 3, and Kappa Kapn)a Gammann
won from Zeta 'Tau Alpha wv:ith a!
score of 16 to 15.
Rifle Club to Elect Tonighit I
Election of officers, for the comiihg
year will take place at the meeting of
the University Rifle. club at 7:30!
oclock this evening at the Union.
This is to be the last meeting of the
club this year.
Railway Engineers to Visit Toledo
Members of the class in ralil way l
engineering will make an inspectionr
trip to' Toledo Friday and Saturday.[
Those who wish to make the trip are
requested to communicate with W. A.
Stauffer, '23E.

320 S. State

Telephone 993-R

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There is nothing particula''rly r~
iarkable about the (utto hc
I am abotto 0 ,but itisc"ne
watchin1g Max Ewing's superb plla,
"'The lliga" a st nY:(1'I ight as pl ro-
'-epted by, the layers club.
A great opeat iner u1p'on retiring
frmtesig n iigup one
of the gr eates t carers ever known inI
the lhi;,tory cf usc wrot^.,"I ; wi
to Imake my.' <ldic s Vwhilethe suisLr
stii i?"igi)_'the heavens. Fo me ther
ae rs,- ity"Anld 1'in-' t-ecplay
a.oi...toe ccold nothlhui 1"t'
1wen if the lo(nely aictre;s lihadmd
her adious to Iherxoigpulch
Toro -her' staR had paZvssed:tszn'h
It is theold, old, 5story of' <1 sn
ytiih, tt':E .'.raey of a wo. n t wo
canno;(-t vyild raeuyto ol( agJ
the 1patho:s of h1er ?,ice that: mak;,es<
aisjtry w' itLh which it1is writ.en whic?
i<C sIt Ts hrm t is :anF:ex;trem
cleve.-' lay.- dealing w;ith the sibtr
fug7 to wi1':ch she had(! tostoop to
"got the uliity n1c s:"ary to he~r
prof(ected wte rn tour. Itwasfull
o'. c"ever ll?.inesbw -uI! , 1P i
T hereCVuw:S 1inferTneall)it, _ll a.«ote
11^, <li" 10' 1V?2 tilC? 1 f);' l of th e
Thei{autholr l;called?7i"out o t
('tterVeC r enogl? I. 2, as Pl.t.1!o
I n h d d g e e1td i.t -Ol y
mc"iriou aete i, ayeati,;hE etrti
' -vo'1'3elin'tful manr. She).
,clevr and lightithlttef
7eracas and;.the lictng ^fi t the ,'
? Am, '25t. It adises ll young peo-''
ple o "B weof Breaa;stine"r').
ing match, The11acting ofte tw
IPaml P. Cam'Tpbell, '23E.,
-R. G. R.
FROM 1.CONFERENC
'an John B. Effinger, of the lit-,
tim (ean_:to; the liberal art SIllge
of state uiversities
In:adiion tl Io the colve'ntion which1
wasChel at theUivrit f k
Iilaoma, at Nra, kaDean f-
171ngeCr tte ;1nedth1ree alumnli m iEet-
ings, one a't St. Lofuis, one azt Kansasu
City and the other aIt Tulsa, Okla.,
speaking before large audiences, of
M,-icl-igan graduaateos atfech plce

ganized labor paraded in honor of M ay i .The Sky 1igh iMusical Comedy ' Fes Sipen JstAliv I______________YOR_____
day.a@ sr boo T-~i Lierty FreshShioinent Jst . riveI
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For real Fountainl PenSatisfactionIa
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MATIEESr neest comedy drama. ~
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TWO HOURS OF THRILLS! SUNDAY SOON
T N -EES l) LOTI ATTE YIC .. .- "The Tiger's Claw " Prod igal Da ug hers
Featuring ICo-starring
IJACK ILOLT GLORIA SWANSON and THEODORE ROBERT
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