TE MCH>TGAN DALY________
Noyes hall, the gift of Mr. La
Noyes as a memorial to his wife, I
ewonmen' s building at the Uni-
y of Chicago. The building it-
;onstructed at a cost of $500,000,
dor Gothic; the furnishings be-y
o nop particular period, but ar~e
ay periods to simulate the ac-
.ations of generations in an old
ik ?Xfanor house. Some of the
kings are fromx the Noyes homie
ke Shore Dhrive, Chicago.
adminstrative purposes, the
divded into three departments,1
with a separate head, the comn-
the department of physical
tion, and the clubhouse. All the
ges of the clubhouse are open
;ry university woman.
physical education department
gipped with the largest swim-
pool for womlen in the wvorld and
ira-vioet ray machine which
zes the water used in the pool.
commns refiectory, which seats
ersons, is open to womnen and
guests. The clubhouse has all
Issue To Poetry~
misies has issued a special sort-!
number given up entirely t
In all, 17 pieces of varying
y ha.ve been included. No par-
rdiscrimination has '~een used~
inging these verses together ;
have been gathiere'd, rather to
hat "'these things are being donef
as the brief explanation in the !,
,e Tits it.
t olf the stuff is of a mediocre
eter. There is the usual free1
meditationi on death, found in
issue of every college poetr-y
pie. This particul'ar poetess
to the conclusion that her
must be taken to the top of a
nd loosed to the breeze so that
M1ay go as a thousand arrows: 1
y, delicately, eternally."I
ire are two pieces that nmake the I
mlore than worth while. The ,
s "TIhe North Country"' by John
iton, and the other is "Nlight
sLife, Romance," by Lisle Rose.
~tter contains real lyric quality.
is something about it that holds
ader, and mnakes him repea t.
her poem, "The North Country,"j
far the best in the book~. There
uigged strength in,~ the rhythm of
ords that brings up perfectly~ the
a land which it describes.
dling stones gather no, moss,"
nused furlaiture gathers dust.1
)60. -Adv. I
d thiat lost pin through the clan-;
the necessary equipment for personal
jservice, in addition to lounrge, library,
o%4lces and a theatre withi a seating
capacity of 400 persons.!
-New Field House
1 r4 R4f
Ed y a petition is being crlae,Th roar of the dlying engine brought Ohio State-Tw4o thousand students!
yeas stbsripiona number of startled S, A. E.'s to the4 attended the Mlay break-fast on the
Okaion"AeWeFrtc the Daily a part of the annual tut- door lust in time to welcome brother 4cmu yesterday amorn~ing. A main-E
O1.a1 a , -"Ae l'eI a Pe~y ,tion fee of each stu dent. This new Sih h fe etadrfeh!
HIell, Yes!" So r eads a 1baadline at Practice, havming put the MAinnesota ment filled his radiator :and flew away.'mt toews e pinfotfoe
the top of page one of yesterday's Okz- ;paper again on its feet. should raise--- of the buildings from which the re-
lahoma daily. This and other ve henm- the Daily Northwestern to a place I Tlinois-With the idea of obviating f reshmnents were distributed. Provis-!
I uet protests are the re; ults of the e'-jam g the three er four Wiest :college miudrtnig3n oso ie ionas for the event included 4.020 rolls,.
pulsion of the entire board of regents ;p r ntecountry, is the belief of an290mquartsof strawberres, 170bdoze
by Governor Waltbn. The students its supporters here. a imessystmo apubel doughnuts,. and 40 pounds of butter.l
'believe it to be the intention of the, - has Been installed here. In all there F iifty gallons of .coffee steamed on theI
govrno tobrig aouttheremval *Chcag-Whle lyig oer he am-are 900 bells in the system, all run1 top of, the stove while 160 pounds of
of President Brooks. Governor" Wal- psyseraFeISih vitradifrmacnrlcokaprtsi h ao ize hn
ton claims he has been, the victim of pu etrdy e Sihvitradpower plant. This timing apparatus,
political maneuverinigs and "wants a former student, was forced ,to land ; giant mechanism in itself, is regu- Cornell--"Brandy, whiskey, wvine,
new deal." Yvwhen his water supply gave ot. Bare- lated by "Western Union and kepit go- beer! Four truckloads of sustantial
____ly :missing the power house smoke- ing 'by electricity. The bells ring at
NoiiwseruFllwngte u-stack, his plane. glided heavily to the ,Q'inue before the hour andagi evidence were collected in raids on
cesefulnexame ofi: the eMin et awniifoto i onf tri f10 nutes agarnbootleggers yesterday," says a despatch
lawn in frontaofle. oowntfeaternity!oon the hour
violators -were placed tinder
"We have had them under surv
for some timne but have been
for sure proofls," declaired Chic
l ice Mlarshall following- the rai
"ACRES OF DIAMONDS," lecture by
Aubry Roberts, '23Ed., WednesdAy 8
P1. 'N. Lane Hall, 35c.-:adv.
Try Wir Business Len's Lunch
C(orjjjell Coal Bldg.
We H ave
p D TD fLPG IE
TO DA -TtIS $WVY
35 c to $1.25
DALE RS PHOMa r 1 II719.N. UNIVE RSITY G ME
F ll Yost -
.After= whom .Michigans new% field
house on Ferry field "was namded 'yes
terday .by the iBoard in .Control :of , '1fM
hURDLES ERP WCNTeF NAf3R
Iowa "CKtY, may6 (By * )
Char le , Brookins; star Iawt.uuiyr- .1 't
'city h urdler, this afternoonhbroke the ,I
wouids ,220-yar'd low hugd'a record IfTDIE~TNVi
'when he ran that race in 23 4-10 see- START*I NG T~*VMI
Lands, I -Zfaster than the 'record held'; TIRU TUESDfAY
by J. I. Wendell 'and Robert Simpson ~
The record was smashed in the dual.r
track. meet between lewa a~d4 orth- C , :
The former record of 23 6-10 see-*,
onds also was held ,by A. Kraenzlein. FZ6 ,(3
The lotteir established his reord May IIrrr' ~
1913. Simpson made , the distance in1 u, Ae o
23 and 6-10 May .271916. -rY r v twA ,Isf
Iowa scored i10. 1-2 ponts while IsYor Har alin Out?- f }p
Nptheser sord ~ .- j#r's .> sTonics No Goo&-Paaon
=-i r ..rtye re A F.
Don't Be Discouraged!' See "'he' Tiger's Claw"mns~(C
sA T E 'a ~It's A Guaraniteed HairRaiser(NufS )
r' J. b s-. L
IAnd Minarets..That's TheiSetig
For his bsobingTal Of tor
II 4 r ol akInrge Ill
F th~ nw K~ppnheiier J~jwithingTigr-grl-nd FllsInt A<
1o-edOMSirigAdetue (anm n
_ T \~ . -
dote the grace and smartness 0f
spring. A three-button soft ;roll coat. r~ abrics in keeping
e prsent this model-.1 s a new and clever, nnvaio.You'll
f Ki i!/iL/iioi : ].
$40 - $45
Kiddies.. .. ..10lc
Evening -. the Same.
EVA. NOVAK as. Harriet Halehurst-George etiole as Henry Fraser Halehurst
and others of nose in this'unusual Paramocunt Cast.
9- PPORTIM4 GJACK ROLT
$'TollLAY SCHE IIJIJE
1: 30 3.:00 4:30
2:00 Matinee 3:30
7:00 Evening 8:30
Allen's feature values $25-$30--$35
New Velour Ties, DReceived Today $1.00 '
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HULA H OKE YMO019
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