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Hlorseback riding is the
et" being taught in thel
Phe popularity of the1
shown by the class roll.f
-eds have signed up for
h meets once a week for
ven by the officers of

Toai s--Santo Tomnos Uni-
at Manila is the oldest institu-
learnin~g under the American
t was founded in 1611, 25 years
the foundation of Harvard Uni-
and has for many years pro-
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Northweste~rn - A movement has
en launched for a campaign for
0,000,000 to buildi several much-
eded buildings on the campus. One
these buildings will be a skyscraper
ich will house the medical and den-
lfaculties as well as a large hos-
.a!.
owa---Charles Brookins," star Iowa
rdler who has recently broke a
)ld's record in the lowA hurdles, will
n against a bicycle propelled by an-
her athlete. He will attempt to beat
e bicycle at the tape in a distance of
0 vads. hs is non f the manyv

~~ther Colleghossnby Rev. L. A. Barrett .for.SAG.R P AS
)trier Colleges his topic at the morning service at"T'" J P A S
the First Presbyterian Church this GREAG AT
Som ofthe ar: al~ih ~morning. The Young People's Hour
Some o them re:willish tatcut:30 o'clock, followed by
system, abolish the economics depart- wl oa the Christian,, Endeavor Meeting a~t I " When Miehigan's. new field house
met} ocay u I si s aea 6:30 o'clock. The topic for discus- is comnpleted 'much will have been'
vacation, abolishg professional coach- Ch rhsa ea odaC rsinnslirs b ls x m n -,tion will be "For W hat Do I go to j done to solve , the seating problem
tions, get a new hat for the dean, blow Outidie as, I can .In ?" Lile )/leyer- 'a ihgn"si .A tgJ.
up the statue of th~e Christian stu-; ink;. '23, will be the leader.' son of the famuous Windy City foot-
dent, and burn the school of science.Epcpl alcahan aneniero te
Utah--The editor of the Utah Chron-. At St. Andrew's Church, Holy Coin-1 tennis. team that .played, the Varsity,
icle, the student publication, has been } munion will be at 8 o'clock this morn-' Wednesday wIle making a tour of
threatened with chastisement' °if he ing followed by morning prayer andf insp ection of the new field hiouse and
should make any expression of parts- a sermon by Rector Lewis din "What Is I'waterman's gymnasium. yesterday.
sanship through the paper. The fac- My Real Self?" Mr. Webb will address "M~ichigan has two wonderful athletic
ulty and the student body are very( the ,evening congregation at 5 o'clock, lns n h aiiisaescn
much concerned over the affair. on"et0g2hliiatos" A to none in the Conference."
- 5:45 o'clock, the Hobart Guild men- i In Mr. !Stagg's opinion the new field
California-Amounting to $87,750, a b ers and friends will leave from Har- hosa ag aiiisfralsot
gift establishing a perpetual endow-j ris Hall for Sundays afternoon' hike andouewillaraccmodties all ftepo-
ment for a professorship in English and steak roast. There will be open pie interested in -Michigan's athletics~"
language and literature has been ac- house at Harris hall from 4 to 6 o'clock When it takes the place of Water-
cepted by the regents of the univer- 'or. Wednesday. # a ynsu steseeo h
sityfroma wman radate.The The Church of Christ is continuing t7 arsity athletics the importance of it
gift will make possible the first en- its services at Lane Hll. A Mother's j to Michigvan will be fully realized,"
dowed clkair in English, other chairs Da service wil be held at "104:30 o'- he said.
sach as Greek, History, and Latin, clock, preceded' by Bible School at While inspecting Waterman gym-
have already been given to the Uni- 9:30 o'clock. The students class .and#
versity. Men's service club will meet at noon,
and Christian Endeavor wilf ble held "Hobart 'G.uild to Hold JIn c
Illinols ---Twr. ancient street-cars Ia'. 6:30 o'clock.I Young people from St. Andrew's
of' the city railway system were pre- Sunday Service at the First Church Episcopal church in Detroit and St.
rented to the class of '26 to be a 'part of Christ Scientist will begin at 10:30 Luke's Episcopal church of Ypsilanti
of the huge bonfire into whiich they r.clock, with the sermon' subject of, will be the -guests of -Hobart Guild at'
wiil toss their pots May 16. "These "Adam and Fallen Man." Sunday l a picnic this evening.
two cars have been recently replaced school will be -held at 11:45 o'clock.l
by five new ears and might help to Wednesday evening, the testimony
~commemorate the capburping," lsaid meeting will be held at 7r:30 o'clock.
the superintendent of the railway. j ine Custom To
Prhetop a roesarofiiversity --- ecityIIfI
a rfso f intrational law wrias C YIIN w DV CA[S ax ny W(

S MICHIGAN'S
MLETIC FACILITIES{
nasium, Mr. Stagg commented upon
the smallness of Michigan's basket-

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ball court, which he says is the small-I
est in the Conference. He was also
supied number of people which canmb
sea-ted at a basketball game, as Chi-
ca go's gym is an exact duplicate of
Michigan's and it %accommodates al-
most twice as many people.

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N 1EW L~AW CLUB WILLRF :
WORKC OF MICHIGAN MEN
IWhen the new law club andI
Idormitory which will be built at
E South University avenue and
IState street is finally finished
Iand stands ready to serve the
Ineeds: of the University law stu-
I }dents, it will have been the work
Iof a Michigan man.!
I Colonel Goldwin, vice presi-1
dent of ctarrett Brothers con-
Itracting company of dew York
Iwhich was awarded the building
Icontra-ct for the new structure
Igraduated from the ll ngineering
college with the class of 1894.

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uinusual features of the senior day,
Frinceton-Many peculiar answers
are recordled in the votes taken among
the senior class on various questions.
Some of the a-nswers are: The fresh-
mnan year of school is the hardest,
while the senior year is the most
pleasant. ' The history courses are
the most difficult while the evolution
course is the easiest. On 'the ;space
after the question, "What would you
~do if you were in control of Prince-
ton?" various answers were written.
SCOTT RESUMES! WORK
P'rofessor Irving D. Scott of the ge-
ology department, who has been ab-
sent on leave since the end of the first
semester due to illness, has returnefi
to his office in the Natural Science
building. Professor Scott is not yet
officially active in the department, aned
probably will not be for- the. remain-
der of this semester. By way of sum-
mer activity, Professor Scott has'pla.A--
nied a~n automobile tour through west-
ern and northern Michigan, and pas-}
sibly into the Northern Peninsula and
Wisconsin. Although greatly recov-l
ered in health, Professor Scott does
not feel capable of undertaking stren-
uous field wvork as yet.
Kiraus Addresses Funeral Directors
Members of the M.ichiganl Funeral
Directors association muet yesterday]
at Vie Union. The meeting was onej
of a tour which includes Port Huron,.
Coldwater and Jackson as well as Ann
Arbor.
In the afternoon 'Edward H. Kraus.
Dean of the Summer Session, ad-
dressed the association,. and in the
evening Professor H. Bartlett, of the
Botany department, spoke on '"Fun-
eral Directors in the West Indies".
KANSAS JUSTICE SECITRED
TO ADDRESS CQUff BANQUJET
Rousseau A. Burch, '35LJo~ js
L ice of the Suipreme C~ourt- ofj
4 Kansas will 1ew tahc chief speaker
Iat the anniual initiatoii banlque~t I
of the Order of the Coif nation- j.
Ial honorary law. fraternity, to bell t63 ocokMy1
a. thie Union. John _M. 'Zane, of
I Chi,°ago will. also ,,peak, Land
Daui Hen~ry M~. Bates, of the Law I
school will act as toastmaster.,
{ A pu~blic address will also be, i
given at 4:15 o'clock on the af-
tern oon. of the same day by
IJudge Burch. He will speak on
I"Progress and the Law." Judge
IBurch has recently published a
Iseries of Iiportant articles on
jthis subject whch have been
Ibrought out by the Amercan Bar
association.1

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-late -to his class. As he j l 'f~ nrarurr
loor he -was surprised to A
ss conductin~g itself so NIU L HEIfnR RlL ES !
tt he dropped into a roack.
rest of the hur i nc ooe ol rno uai it
eclass has- twice had thie Army Corps,. Citizens' Training, Cam p
o Tun itself, andl has clone at Camp Custer, civilian aid to.Secre-
y creditable ulanner, theI tary' of War. Weeks, said recently 4nI
ports.- expressing his opinion concerning the,
necessity of national preparedness,I
rrnnnn",Non~e of us want our country to be
--guilty of murder. But it is some-
thing like that when we send yugL
1R tl fl fl 1!if[ e into battle untrained.
l it El [ l t ly ' I saw a Youngster snapping his 1I

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Newy Freedom." Church' School will
be held at 9:45 o'colck, and at 4:3$0
o'clock, the young people's outdoor
meeting will be held. If the weather
is :bad, the supper will be at the church
,1,t the regular- time.
Methodist
IRev. A. WV. Stalker, will speak. on
j ",Motherhood, A Sanctuary" at. 10:30
o'clock at the First 01thodist. church
this morning. The special music will'
be as follows: "G'rand Chorus inD,
(Des hayes), Mrs. -Rhead; "An idantlno"j
(Martini-Kileisler), Miss :St ruble-;
" Benedlctus," (Gounod) the chorus
1choir; "The.Lord is in His Holy Tem-
1pie" (Stock);,-"Unfold, Unfold, Ye,
Portals Everlasting" (Gounod), the'
chorus choir; "The- Mother , to her
Child ren" (Rachmaninoff),- Mr. Wheel-
er; "The Triumphal March" -(Gail1-
mant); "Andante Sostenuto" (Guil-
mant); A Postludle (Dubols), : Mrs.:
Rha;"God be- Merciful to Us" ("Par-
ker), "Turn Thee unto Me" (Cost%),
the chorus choir, "Ariane" (Massenet)
'Miss Struble. Mr. Wheeler's solo "The
Mother to. Her, Childrenu" , will be. -of
special interest . to thjose Whlo attend
the mnoring service. Bibe, .classes
will meet at Wesley K~alb at12 o'clockt,
anid open house illbe- held, at the
hall at 5:30 o'clock. Robiert Winter~s
will be the :leader of the Wesleyan
Guild fDevotional -Meeting at-6.30 Qo'~.-
clock~. "The Simplicity of Christ" will
be the subject of the evening worship
At 7:30 o'clock. -
f ~Congregationalj
Mir. H.. A. Jump ':will continue hisI
liberal interpretations of -"The Cr'eed
of Progressive Christianity" at the
Congregational Church, 'with the topic
of- "The Day of JIudgmenit versus Un-
ending Divine Love." -Tbo 4lniversity
Women's Glee Club will sing. At 12k
o'clock, Open Forum will- meet, with
Prof. S. T.- Gingerich -speakinug on
"Poetry and Religion."' The stu-
dents Fireside C2hat will discuss "Ra-1
dio, Aeroplanes, Gas.-What Effect
have Mcdern Inuventions ,on Society?"
at their 6:30~ o'c-lock meetinug.
--"Mother's Day". will, be .the sub-

empty rifle dring a charge in the
Argonune, and I asked him what was
the matter. I just got this rifle a -
,few hours ago,' said the boy, 'and I've;
got to find out how it works before-
I load It.' Later :3 found that this!,
Youngster ,had been inducted into the
army in July, .1918. Three montihs
later -he was going into action with-
,out preliminary rifle training. If that
youngster was kidlled without having
a chanceto :def end himself, some-.
thing clo.4e to muarder :or lack opf pro-
,Paredness was ;guilty. The training
;c4 inps ;throughout the country will
give (these youngsters that knowledge
denied them so long."

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