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o are interest-
r employment
are asked to
can Jean Ham-
to take part in
ill meet at 7
g in Barbour

CHAIRMAN
HERE SOON 11 I-S "LITRS
- INITED TO PRESS MEET

Yankee Court Mant
Sails For France

LAUSANNE CONFER
SPEDS PEACE

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women who are to dance in the
it on Lantern night will meet
clock this afternoon in Barbour
cast for the. Senior Girls' play
rehearse at 9 'o'clock this
ig in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
mile honor point hike will startf
clock from Barbour gymnasium
orning. -
erones for the dances tonight
follows: Union, Mrs. Cake;
y, Mrs,. Philip Reynolds.

SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION OF
ASSOCIATION TO BE hELD
HERE
Invitations were sent out yesterday
afternoon to the managing editors,
business managers, and faculty ad-I
visers of the leading high school pa-
pers of the state to attend, the second
annual convention of the Michigan In-
terscholastic Press Association which
is to be held here under the auspices
of Sigma Delta Chi, national profps-
sional journalistic fraternity, May 17,
18, and 19.
. Last year about 100 men attended]
the convention and this year' it is
expected that more than 200 will be
present. The members of Sigma Del-
ta Chi will entertain the visitors while
they are here and will furnish them
with lodging.
Committee appointments for the
convention made by Hrbert S.rCase,
'23, president of the organization, are
as follows:ntoastmaster,R . Andrew
Brown, '24; chairman of program com-
mittee, Edwin R. Meiss, '23; chair-
kman of housing comfmittee, John A.
Bacon, '24; chairman of contest com-
mittee, Ralph N. Byers, '24; chairman
of arrangements committee, James C.
Stevens, '23; chairman of reception
committee, William H. Riley, '23.
Ralph L. Smith, '24, was appointed to
formulate tentative plans for the sec-
ond an'nual Gridiron banquet next
year.

Lausanne, May 11 (By A. P.)-The
Vorovsky tragedy has acted as a
warning to the delegates to the Near
East conference that the conference
is dragging out too long and that the
delay is paving the way toward now
complications instead of tending to-
ward peace.
The announced coming to Lausanne
of M. Alexanderia, the Greek minis-
ter of foreign affairs in a day or two
to serve notice on the conference that
it must get along with its work or
Greece will make a special treaty with
Turkey, has acted as a stimulant and
the work is moving more rapidly.-
The Swiss federal council today is-
sued a communique exilressing indig-
nation over the attack on the Russian
and regretting especially that it oc-
curred at the seat of the peace coun-
cil-
Fears are expressed here over the
safety of a delegation of Swiss watch-
makers in Moscow who reopened the
watch trade with Rpissla. MVemnbersl
of the Soviet group here are said to
have threatened the Swiss.
Gilbert's Chocolates received fresh
for Mothers' Day. Tice's. 113 E. Lib-
erty.-Adv..
Martha Washington Candies fresh for
Mothers' Day. Tice's 113 E. Liber-
ty. - adv.

Contrary to campus humor, no plans Co.,
have been made to enlarge the Var- chanc
and a
sity band next year., Carlton Pierce, street
'24M, manager of the band, gave two
reasons explaining why no such ac- Let
I ion would be taken. The major dif- -
ficulty lies in the fact that there is no
money avilable to purchase uniforms
for a larger organization. lie pointed
out the trouble attendent upon the
purchase of the uniforms which the
band now wears, and said that it would
be practically impossible to raise the
funds to uniform a larger body.
The other reason for the decision
against increasing the size of the band
is the beilef of Capt. Wilfred Wilson
that a smaller and more perfect body
of musicians is more desirable than a
larger one of poorer quality.
New Tags Secured for Arboretum
New tags have been placed on the
various plants and shrubs that are
planted in the Nichols arboretum. The
former tags were small and could not
I be found by those unfamiliar with
the arrangement. The new ones, car-
rying both the scientific and popular
names, are large and easily seen. Of-
ficials report that many of the plants
are well in bloom.
The new Lit. Building is growing.
Have you . watched the classifieds
gr6w?-Adv.
Look over ,the values in the classi-
fieds.-Adv.

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games. in the interhouse
)urnament will be played as
5 Monday afternoon at Pal-
Alpha Gamma Delta, vs. Kap-
Kappa Alpha Theta vs. Pi
at'5 o'clock Tuesday, Alpha
Ita Gamma, Zeta 'e'au Alpha
Newberry; at 6:30 o'clock1
Kappa Kappa Gamma vs.
a Delta, Betsy Barbour vs.
ever; at 5 o'clock Wednes-
Epsilon Phi vs. Delta Zeta.
te House Tea
enefits League

Mrs. Edward Pomeroy
Who as chairman of the Alumnae
council, will meet here with the execu-
tive board of the council, May 25. At
this meeting, action will be taken on
the temporary budget for the greater"
million dollar campaign.
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.'iversity women are invited to at-
the bridge-tea which members 'of
Clinton house are giving from 2:30
3 o'clock this afternoon in the par-
of Barbour gymnasium. The pro-
gs from the affair will be donated
he Michigan League fund.
iis is the first time that as small

'Mill Discuss Organ ization
AlPaNy Session

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WzlUam H. Johnsonj
William H. Johrnon, ranked as the
second best tennis player in'this coun-
try, sailed recently from New York on,
the S. S. Homeric. He plans to tour=
the continent, appearing.on some of
the most prominent courts on" the oth-
SCOTCK PHILOSOPHER
TO' UER LCTR
PROF. JOHN STUART MACKENZIE
WiLL SPEAK MONDAY
AND TUESDAY
:.Threefold Commonwealth" will be
the subject of Prof. John Stuart Mac-
kenzie of the philosophy department
of the University of Wales for his
lecture in Natural Science auditorium
at 4:15 o'clock Monday. At 2 o'clock
Tuesday he will speak in Room B,
Law building on "Our Contemporary
Outlook in Philosophy."
Professor Mackenzie is a -graduate
of Glasgow and Cambridge universi-
ties. He was a classmate of Prof.
Robert M. Wenley of the philosophy
department. He is the recipient of
fellowships and degrees from several
English colleges and is also a cele-
brated author; his works including
"Manual of Ethics," and "An Intro-
duction to Social Philosophy."
He is one of the editors of the In-
ternational Journal of Ethics for
which he has written many articles,
and he is also president of the French
Sociological society.
'Professor Mackenzie came direct to
the United States from India., This
is his first visit to this country al-
though he has traveled extensively
throughout Europe. While in Ann
Arbor, he and Mrs. Mackenzie will be
the guests of Martha Cook dormi-
tory.

The Interstate Tailors
(of Cincinnai>)
Will be at the American Hotel during the present week.
Tailor-Made Suits and Topcoats
$27.50
(Smal Deposit Requfred with Order.)
ALL OUR GARMENTS FULLY GUARANTEED
AS TO STYLE, FIT AND WEAR
Drop into the American Hotel or phone your address to 123
and our representative will call.

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The central campaign conmittee of
the University of Michigan League-act-
ed nn the tem ornrjrv hu.b f the

-organization has attempted a pro- campaign at a meeting held Tuesday:
on as large a scale. Both bridge A report of the group activities was
dfive hundred will be played and
vets undr bed wb be ayhed dr given. Preparations are now :nder-
.ets may be Obtained at the door, a o rsnigteetr agin
Sfe admission is 75 cents and tables way for presenting the entire camgaign
e" $3.00. Refreshments will be sere- program to the Alumnae council in
$ho-hout esafternoon. June. Charts and maps will be drawn,
rough the tup to show the alumnae distribution.

Arcade - Gloria Swanson in
"Prodigal Daughters"; comedy,
news.
Majestic-Lon Chaney in "The
Shock"; comedy and news.

Orpheum - Buster
"The Saphead."

Men

Keaton in

ers of C

LJTES $135
'iLDINC FUNDI
te Sorosis have
tely $135 to the
1 League build-
of several pro-
ed out recently.
ducted a Chin-
oriental linen,
A benefit dance
hone on Wash-1

avenu

Definite decision regarding the or-
ganization plans which have been sug-
ge-_ted by Mrs. Molly Price Cook. the
campaign advisor, will have to be g'v-
en official sanction at the meeting of
the' Alumnae council 'which will be
held June 15 at the Union. The meet-
ing will be an all day sesson. The
discussion regarding the distribution
of the financial burden of the cam-
paign will'be continued at that meet-
ing, when out of town members will be
present. An effort is being made to
have a representative present from
every state or at least from every sec-
tion of the country.
1. W. C. A. Holds Rummage Sale
Weekly rummage sales are being
held at the city Y. W. C. A. to, earn
money for the summer camp at Cavan-
augh lake. 'Five have already been
held, and there will be several more.
The sales take place in the garage
building, and all articles are donated.-
Members of the girls' work committee
of the association, have charge of the
undertaking.
Do you use Classified ads system-
atically?-Adv.

Wuerth-Elmer Clifton's "Down
to the Sea in Ship's" comedy,'
"The Artist."

Stage-This Week

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Garrick- (Detroit)- Chauncey
Olcott in 'The Heart of Pad-
dy Whack."

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Beginnig this week residents of
Martha Cook building will again take(
charge of the sale of "Real-Silk" hosel
for the benefit of the Women's league.
Mr. Bez, who is the Ann Arbor agent
for the company will talk in variousI
dormitories, sororities and league
houses, and will take orders. Martha
Cook will have charge of the delivery.
These hose may be procured at $5.50'
a box, each box containing four pairs.
Last semester $24 was realized on the
sale of hose.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.I

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of famous Americans
would plainly indicate the
popularity of the Longines watch. What is true of
men of affairs of the nation as a whole is reflected in
our own city. Many of'our-prominent citizens have
for years experienced the genuine pleasure of always
having the exact time by carrying a Longings.
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