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May 05, 1923 - Image 2

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________________ THE MICIANDAILY_________

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Jore than 400 fathers of Universi y
,dents will participate in the Fa-
,rs' Day celebration, which is to
held next Friday and Saturdlayr
der the auspices of the Unilcn, ac-
ding to latest report~s fron'.- repro-
tatives of fraternity anud non-fra-
nity men.
Picets for the banquet Saturday
,ping, May 12 , will be on sale from
to o'clockr Tuesday, Wednesday,
d Thursday afternoons in the main
b)y of the Union at $1.25 each. The
nquet tickets will have attached,,to
,m stub, which will admit the bear -
to ,the Michigan-Illinois track meet
urday afternoon at Ferry Biela.
Members of the Fathers' Dayco-
;corn will assist in the colebration
ich will consist of the following'
ants: F'riday, vsits to classes, tng-
war between. freshmen and soph-j
gores, and track Pep meeting in
1 auditoriu~m; Saturday, annualS
ring gamnes of-ukidercla-ssmen_, Mich1-
gy.Illinois track TPmeet, banquet atI~
ion, and an entertainment at the
Pies theater.
i'raternlies wh -ich have not turnedI
the number of fathers that they,
pect to house over the week-end are
god to do so at once by calling
ilace 1Flower, teoeophone 1166.

Ge rlton B. Peirce, '24M, manager of
frthe usadparocure win th adte IVTTOS ISE
frthe andaldeprtceure inl behad te
program will consist of a combined; LI I SRI~hF
band concert and senior sing, in!stead
of the latter only. I___Yi
The band will give a concert next j
Wednesda y, May 9, on the library ter- Invitations for the All-publicationsl
race. It was planned at first to com-1 banquet have been sent out to more
b i n t h s c n e t w t{ e i r s n . t a 0 t d n u l c t o o k
but due 'to the fact that caps and ers and plans for the affair are now
gowns are not officially worn before! complete. President Marion L.. Bur-
swing-out, which occurs on May '10,
it was thought best to postpone the ton, Regent Junius E. Real, and sev-
first sing- until the seniors could as-j eral faculty, members have also been
senible in their traditional costumes.! asked as guests of the Board of Con-
iOn next Wednesday, as well as on the trol of Student Publications.
evenings of the senior sings, the pro-.i Students who have received invi-
gram will begin at seven o'clock I tations to ;the banquet should call at
IJh al business office to obtain
tickets. The list of faculty guests is
SC IFN C E A CAD E as follows : Robert Frost, Prof. John
PAPE~RS I S S U E -1L R. Brumm, of the rhetoric and
Cowden, of the rhetoric department~junls eatet rf o .


The first volumpe of 1the "Paipers o
:the Mchigani Academiy of Sciezee,
Arts an1l Letters", , n sirUniversity
publicatio~n, has recently been ised.
This work, which is a, ofiquation of
the "Annual Reorts -of the Michigan
Academ~y of Science"~, 1, is~nied under
the joint direction of the council of
the Academy and the executive board]
of the Graduate school of the Uni-'
versity. o n
The voliime contain.,;ar'tileso: -
throp ology, botany, ecnomics, geolo-I
gy, psychology, and zoology.

Edwin.G. Burrows, of the journalism
[department, Donald H. H{aines, of the
+ journalism. department, and Wilfred
!B. Shaw, general secretary) of the Al-'
limni association.
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Followin~g a Alichigan custom, the'
nual "senior sings" will he heldl
s year on Wednesday evening, May
and the following two consecutive
dnes days, on the library terrace.
cording to an ;announncement of

Prospectlve Teches Mst Pay Fes
All seniors in th ecolege ofLiJtera-
ture, Science and the Arts and in the
School of Education who believe them'-
selvs eligible to receive a ~ teacher's
certificate of diploma in June should
pay their fees now. Blanks may be
secured from the office of the School I
of Education, an~d receipts for :sameI
must be returned to tha;t office not'
later than May 25.
"Y' Anchor Inn"
To Ye Anchor Inn4
. 1205 111l1 Street

Waslitenaw county board of super-
visors adapted a resolution yesterday
releasing a small portion of land now
belonging to the county, farm to the
county board of! roadh commissioners.
The lande will be used for 'part of the
right of,.way for a new state trunk line
Poj-pula 1r Pril

from Washltenaw read west to Jackson:rnni Intii fllf "' jcenter of the Natural Science building b ius exhibits of botanical speciments.
road. r~bN~ l~ U II are now being worked upon, and Awill The pon~d is already finished and the
When completed the new trunk line T soon be finished. 4 shed which will house the various
will branch off Washtenaw . road to the rN11* Miriii Th court will include a pond of specimnens is expecetobcoptd
not;o-hliut fr d extend L tI NL U'N II stagnant water which will make possi- soon. Creeping vines wyill be planted
around Ann -Arbor to- the south, run- bIc the natural growth 'of water plants which will cover the wa~lls of the
l ning into Jac son road near the coun- The botanical house will include, var- Natural Science building.,
ty fair grounds wvest of the city. The. Officers of the Engineering' society
cutoff will be nearly, four miles in for the coining year were chosen in
( ength, and is intended to. divert some the annual engineering elections yes-
of the heavy traffic from the city pave- terday. A light vote was registered,
ments. only 472 members of the society signi-
fying. their choice by balloting., The a
Tau Beta Pi To Capel 2,peiet Frederickar eP ge Ax
In i te Tot Kratz, '24, vice-president; -F. M. Free-'ae
(1( u au, '25, 'secretary; and Kenneth Mec- k
Cracken, '2t, treasurer.
Fourteen mien will be: honored by The Architectural society also elect-
STau Beta. Pi, national honorary eng1 ed officers yesterday. They are:_______________________
ineering fraternity, in, their annual President, John r'ronczak, '24A; vice- r 1rr rrnr r lw
S'spring initiation ceremonies which president, John Dinwiddie, '24A; see-._
will tale place at 5 o'clock this aft-, retary, Donald Boothby, '24A, and
ernoeon in the library of the Engineer- treasurer, Robert Cadler, '24A.
Igbuilding." Following the ceremon-'n M e n
l ies the Initiates will be the guests ;of T IIh ~ O E
3 honor at a 6 o'clock banquet at the O URI T GREENROUE SOON LiNEWh~ e
IAmong the students to be taken into-
-the society today, 11 are members of Corrplete III every dotail, the courtDany ald
the, junior engineering class and three, and betanical greenhouse to be istu-
are senior engineers.. Prof. H. C., An-' ated in the open space of land in the Cooling drinks
erson, head of the mechanical engi-Plaatsronig
neering department, will be the prin----- ,Y1
cipal speaker at the banquet and Paul, IRiLA iiC P1TNaa uronig
_Goebel,-'23, will act as toastmaster. It ?_______
is expected that more than 30 of the
T faculty members of the organiztion
1will attend both the initiations, and the
banquet. L7,Tuttles Lunch Room
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No~ one. between. one and seventy should miss this picture.-N. Y. Eve. 1Post. U 1
"No Zoo in the world is able to produce 'as large a number of wild animals
WILD Drn as these pictures show.-Louell 0O. Parsons in l~orninig Telegraph.~ O
"A vivid record of the thrills" and chills of the" jungle."
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