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May 10, 1923 - Image 2

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TH-E MTCH--AN DAILY

..HLE Surpug~lgH[S HgDULVSings Here May
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Maior General Harry C. Hale, cost-l(
anding the sixth corks area re-
ewed the six companies of the local
0. T. C. unit yesterday afternoon
the floor of Waterman gymnasium.
ie to weather conditions the core-~
ony was~ transferred from South:
rry field to the gymnasium shortly
fore the timie of the review.
At 2:30 the student soldiers as-
mbled on the floor of the gymnas-
mn where they were placed in bat-
lion formation. The six, companies
hick composed the battalion were:
npanies A, B, and C, coast artillery,
mmanded by Cadet Captains W. I-.
iyear, '22E, H S. Andersson, '23E,
!d A. 0. Ostjin, '23E; company D, the
-dinance unit, comnmanded by C ,cet
iptain V. S. Firestone, '23E; comn-
mly E, the infantry company, corn-3
,indcd. by Cadet Captain C. P. Sel-I
rds, '24, and company H, the'sivnal
trps unit commanded by Cadet Cali-,
in C. A. Boyd, '23E. The R. 0.
C. bandl with Cadet Captain It. F.
le, '24E, as the drum major wa~s
rmed at the head of the battalion'.
ajor Wi]~is Shippam, commanderE
cadets andl Cadet Colonel M. S.
nkley '23h, inspected and drilled
e companies previous to the' arrival
General Hale.
The general arrivedl from Detroit
4 o'clock accompanied by hip, aide..
d was immiediately taken to Water-
a~n gymnasium by Major Rober-t
rthur, head of the military science
partment. An inspection of the
it was imme'.diately made by the
rty composed of CGeneral Jlale;
ajor Arthur, -Major Shippama, Major
6 o01s, Cap tain Hloorn and the gn-
al's aide together With the , cadet
'ficers.
On the comptletionil of the -inspection
6e entire unit, preceded by the band,
issed in review before the party and
as immediately dismissed. Followy-I
6g this ceremony .General' Hale in-
ectedl the property and equipme~nt1
Fthe R. 0. T. C. post. He later
as entertained at dinner by the con-
ned clubs of the city.
IRSTYTENNIS MEN
DEFEATNOTRE DAME

(Continued from Page One) 5
contest there will be 15 teams on a
side of two men each,, one acting as
the "ride" on the "horse's" shoulders.
They will line, up in parallel. lines
and meet, the sidle having the largest
numberx of "horse and riders" at the!
end of the specified, time winning the
event.
'very man in' both classes will corn-
petev in the rope-tying contest, the
object of which is to tie up the great-
est number of opponents and to plaTe
them in the 'pens.
Freshmen-will assemble at 7:,15 0'-
clock tonight in the auditorium of
Newberry hall to hold a pep meeting
At this "time they will .elect a, captain
land choose lieutenants. Rules will
be explained to them by Student count-
cilmen andr class officers. _,Y_

N e w . 'r~ m . T h e O th e r C olleg e s . Rom, tl a - B .. - f1iss y 1,500 rebels were defeated, With
x 1200 illed, byv Italian troops operating
Califoriiz'" - l'landicuffed back to jl't-.1i-A few of the rule s to bed in T ripoli. The army suffered 119
'1back: dusty and worn~ by hours spent observed _tomorrow when the fresh-wounded.
on the road. tvwo students of the UIn- men andi sophomores c las;h in Salt
iviersity Farm ait Davis Cli.,will Lak:e City are as follows: "lvory miale
fini,-h today a ;tunt which has attract-; member of the university will report,
e r! widc attention in the state. The ran nw rhio h apsa
students started -walking three days ranrnowGorodi, n te c- Usest~
ag h Wl av oerdmreta3:30. Visitors and faculty iwetpbers TID r'S SFLCAl INKs
ago acid wil haillcnotedbeotubbed,: proER'eSP they do
150 miles when' hyhv iihd- l o etbepoie hyd ueirona4pni,
the hae fnised.not interefere ,with the proceedings. A ueif,tna' e h
IPziinet ou-The "senior statistics"~ "Those coming late shall be ducke.; RIIMhR'S PEN SHOP
compiled by the vote of the class were NofsigwlIealwd ox 't
announced at a class dinner a few; collars, combed hair, or neckties will ________
evenings past. Among the' questions be tolerated."
[voted upon were: who is the most rep-}I VICTOR ALLJMEtDEIN~lER
resentative Princeonian of the class?l rne(ow)H eatrsun- f y
teli most likely to succeed? done most; at Grinnel college will not be per- PIANO .TUI ENG i
for the class?: done the class' for. the; iitted to own motor cars, following I S4 Musi ne
I shandsomest? prettiest? finest a r uling made by the Men's Senate 1 Office a1t JtlIIONF 3062 ___
legs? most desperate fusser? most un- i recently. The only exception will beatte.18Y.DVlonL
conscious? and about thirty others. 1.tat seniors may have cars after
spring vacation, though not before
Xrtlrne4tTfl-T'wenty-fiV'e students that time.
have signified their intention of leav-___
ing college. They object to a rule pro- ~ iter d-T T
1hibiting smoking in the halls and class- Genea (wterad-c uUiver- Ynave A-i-
rooms of the school of journalism sity of Geneva, the seat of 26 inter-
Swhich has been recently punt into ef- national colleges has announcd sum-
fecc. mer courses for the year. Amer!-
___ cans, especially are desired to take
ofrde-Asthedfinfayetteual ofew-adtongindferetsepartmdenswiThearytui-jJ
Purofde-atthfie nfthanutalofer-Itonadvntagenfth ee stuiesiThevtuy
daysago it was. decided1 that the, con- from $12 to $24.

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Officials for the games are asked to 1 Giu eppie Daiiise Baritone
meet in back of the Chem istry butildi- IMr. Danise, th~e distingui lied bari-
ing at 3:15 o'clock P'riday afternoon.1
Members of sphinx, -Triangles, Vl'to rne, of the Metropolitan Opera corn-'
cars, and .Druids, along with "M" men ' pany, will appear, togethecr witik Fl or-

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will be the officials. enc'e Macbeth, at the, fourth May. Fes- forence in 1924 should be held at the
Names of the mien selected for thae tvlcfcrFiayeeig a 9 University of Michigan. In the elec-
tug-of-war will be run in tomorrow' Like mrany Italian singers, he achieved iton of officers, Dean Joseph A. Buns-
Daily.n ley, of Michigan, was chosen president
Dail ; ~~~~~enwni Europe and in South Amn- rthcongya..DnBule
erica before (latti-Cazazza .euga ;edfrth coigya.DnBusy
himi for the Acrt: oiclita f. Last stum- was also onie of the chief speakers or
Board Decides 1 h ofToc;dsusigtepo
TI nier at Ravinia 'nark, has art called Ithecofrnedsusigteps
E , N m'' e It 0oS tj forth uinanimous praise, :while his New 1 and cons of studcent conferencec before
York appeara nces during the recant #t, dens
( Continued, from. Page One) operatic season gave bee so brilla,.n-' Havr.-hruettaHrad
and, in a measure, reward sucif ser- ~,ly successful, as to be compared to lavad-h ue hta avr
vie by naming the new field hbQuse Amato in his prime. His repertory'in-fotalpyemutlyinheH-
cludes4 the baritone roles in "Rigolet-, vat d-Yale game to receive his "H3",
on° Ferry Field after Mvr. Yost; and {to'" "AndreaChir""alat, has, been repealed. Formerly thel
Whereas, it is the desire of this ' ;Pgla c ahhshdosn"n ubro
Boardto eidene itsown ppre "Don Carlos," "Il Barbiere di1 Sivig- cahhshdt edi ubro
Bof ll o ienigs, wan a" , "Ernaanti," "Carmen,," "~allo in substitutes deemed worthy of sweat-
tion the loya beefiial aschera ," "Z aza," "_Othello," "La For-I ers during the last moments, of play
service rendered the University by MVr. a del Destino," "Faust,", "La Trav ia- ; in that game so that, they Will not be
Yost. Now, therefore, 'be it it "Herediade" and "Giullatime Tell."' unjustly deprived of an "II". This
Resolved, that the. neW field hiouse W________Ixill no longer be necessary.
on' Ferry Field be and the gamne is
hereby named and shiall Hereafter be Bridge Tea Will Raise Funds
known as Yost Field House, and that, Reservations for tables for the
such name be appropriately workedt bridge tea which members of McCiin- f
into tiMe building upon. a suitable de- ton house are giving on Saturday af-I-
sign to be prepared by the architects ternoon. in the parlours of B~arbour
and approved by this Board.; gymnasium, may be made by calling
1 " 1925-R. Single tickets for the af-
Rdssiaji Exports Halted; fair are 75 cents and tables are $3., o
Moscow, May 9-(By A. P.)-Pet-' The proceeds from this affa~r will be } ' "
rograd reports say exports to Great,; iveni to the university of Michigan uu

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iuth Bend, Ind., May 9- Michigan
ated Notre Damie today hero in ten-
5to 1., The second' doulbles rnatc!-I
forfeited to enable the Wolvci-,- octhata^ l ace
plaIyed on indoor couirts ivhich
sticky anld tr'oublesome to the
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