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DAILY

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vg l~ g ay Traffic Ass ociatoni Elects
iculty Nan for Fourth Time
at Annual IMeting
STRY INCLUDED EXPERTS
[0-1 ALL T~ARTS OF~ COU TT Y

Works of leading French, German.
Norwegian, Russian, Japanese and
American are hunng there and the gal-
lery will be open every aftrnoon be -
tween th~e honurs of 1.:30 and 5 o'-C
clock. The exhibition is held under
the auspices of the A~nn Arbor Art as-
sociation.
Elected Traffic
President pfAonl

News From- The Other Colleges

Towa-During gym c^1^sses someone Y
entered the locker reoom at Iowa* un-I
iversity women's gymnasium and wentE
throughr the clothing. lying about. A -
number of smnall amounts of cash were i
taken and a watch was apparently
taken and then 'droppedl when the thief;
was surprised into flight. The phy sic-;
al ii irentr h aa a A vispr,-1 ~n to ,P+~

have initiated a new outdoor sport
here. Visitors on the Campus are not
a little surprised to see co-eds gaily
roller-skating dawn the long camp:us
i walbs

"Don't Care;" by Crp ter which fob? -PHR ~MICCS TO 1TIOT

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lowed cuthem. ar i a t"Y well done, ~I Q1
were tihe DbL A dFo~an NNUAL BANQUET
sogtIrn ile!y of the Urlfer- ~Prof. J. S.
sit ~hh~o ciMuk al~npand. Phiarmacy students will hold their science depttr
,annual banquet at 6 o'clock tonight the QuadIrang
:imlSipin ~ E~ii he i the Union. 't'alks will be given home (:f Pro
Arrvin ~ac S~urh~y elvenboxs Iby Plrofessor C. C. Glover, of theCabigr
I talk will be
of , ichtiganncsia ns w.ere dis:tributed? pharmacy college, and miembers of lac Opliin i1
al ayystra i hebseet each of the clAasses. Vocal selections -
the i) libray.G1e or sIpmeIrt of
the books s silt oe ring'wil be given ]by H. E. Elsoffer, '2,P. ! Frosh Lit.
to offih i,,hageof(di tr ibut'.ion,I Tickets may be obtained for $1.65 S ent now to
and ll tosewho ave ubsrib~ fo from T. F. Thorsberg, '23P, Raymond I opsn-
'1 ns ian sol ae r co?; byj Morris, '24P, E. T. Vennard, '251P andI
Churaday, it is PatroC.zeWhite, ,23P. Ptr T~er
_~ ;~=~e ,, ::EE B li6 ldOlOTIIY B. lQWRY~f0i3 ll :1

Ar'uthu~r I. fBlanchard, -head
~highway engineering depart-
vas re-elected president of the
-, Highway Traffic associa-
the finual session of the annual
ion held Thursday evening at
tomobile club of America in!
ork City. This is the fourth
tive time that he has been
nored by 'the association. His
foffice is for a year.
.s capacity as president of the!
tAon, Professor Blanchard pre-
£t the opening session Thurs-
9rnoon, and gave the annual
ntial- address in the evening.
which came before the asso-'
consisted largely of reports of
nation al committees on the re-
fcomprehensive investigation
way and traffic problems of
l import. Traffic experts from
Lons of the country were in-
in the registry of more than

vtter~

money audc valuables insido their bl'ck- .MU~iL SICI14AN S
ers, and has instructed the matrons to{
b eep a close watch for the offender.
I ~~Spontaneity and chaim caatr
chrce-Kenyan-S~aturday night prohibition, ized the song recital given by Dawn
agents raided a university dance .and I11-11 crt at Lane hall, undlay afte;r-
placed seven students under arrest.
~~ ~~~ ~The presIcent o the university was1no.Asalbtetuisi ui
also required to "come alongZ" because fenice -attended. Miss Hulbert, a pu-
hie attempted to prevent the officers :pil of Iebr iteson gives
from making the arrests. The stu- a~l ro hthsgetesa
~ *~* ets ereeachfind $00.virtuoso does not excel his teaching
capabilities. Though' somiewhat ima-,
11iconsin- The annual W isconsin jture, her voice is a . high soprano of
opera has been highly praised in the ;pow er and clarity w hich in the high-cii s a h sp ye so f r ' I wat r t n s d i ct em ds ne f E -
Srcited atnhas playd s irc t wsrtoesdsoflyreidsonL. m
prdcd ne tedreto o .my Destinn. Hler ennunciation is ex-j
Mortim~r Shuter. The Chicago Daily c~ln.Ti etr aymr x
I News said the enthusiasm was surpris- per _ ced singers are prone to neglect
ing for any thing but a professionalse inl ogtigtathsngs
production. Their only criticism was aseioglyogmusicg tadtes.gHes
j !that "Rlus" Irish. football end, sang wvork- was infused with the novel, the
thre oe oe n1i hi og.a anyone had expected."'Th singer preludcing each number with
\1ilwaukee Sentinel spoke of the o interesting remark s. Only tm ardl!( th
era, which. was entitled "Kinmki?" in lend this doub~le tax on her voice ap-
Photo by Rentschler.,1even rei flattering terms than the 1 geared to be .her uindoing. But this,
Prof. Arthr H.L lapchurd metropolitan paper: "Kimnki Girls .PutE did not diturb the gracious contiiii-
The head of the department of high- Folli-s in Shade." -was the headlinel ity' of her work.
wa egie~i~ ad igwa tan-of a long artic Ia '.i a recent issue. iTh e program was ?modern compris-
port in the University w~as recently buissteworkud raiCahmso, Riger, D-1
elected for the fourth time to the pres- Wi1;eonitj--Roilie I'illianis and GusbusyForanChss, is-
idency of the national Highway Traffic Tebell will be the honor guests at a Korsakcov. and of ,a number of Amer-
association at the convention of the dinner to be given May 21 by the Wis- a can. musicians. Amuong the latter was
organization held in New York City. Icconsin alumni cf Chicag o at the Uni- ? included two Songs by Mr-s. Hael
Membership in the association, in-; versity club. A program has been ar-- Phane Sumers. Th=is composer is a
clues anyof lt prminnt iguesranged in which Rollie and Gus wiE frielid of Milss Hulbert and a sister of
in the field of highway transport andi address 20 high school students who %l vs. John .1. Efflnger. Her stzg
enginering will attend the banquet that evening. "Thrush in the Moonlight" and "Itf
enierig Yofl Come" are both quite re'meniscent~
hio State-Special classes for high ;and contrasted well with the lighter!
All ff111marks students, are in prospect for Ohio
!MOTSENIORS OINState The new courses would meet jFrosh Lit. Class Dues should be
iiiiIshotndmaeilyin the number Thompson-Adv.
i griiiriof months of their >durationi. The pre-j
- sent grade approved by the faculty;
More than . 00 members of the sen- j misstion to these courses would be a
for classes have subscribed already to ! l average.DR K
The lyichigan lunus andl joined the
Alu~mni association, according to WTil- a W1I~ajeti- Besides legal assist-'r
fredB. hawgenralsecrtar of nte the whole student body is aiding

'DOROHY B LOWR .i
CHIROPRACTOR
606 1st Nat'l Bank Blg.
_ Hours, 1-6 p.m. Phone 41.4

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fixted ,

600 men.
Membership in the organization con-
sists of traffic experts, chiefs of po-
lice, state highway officials, and Lead-
ing representatives of the miotor
vehicle and highway translort busi-
DIPLOMA FEES PgAABL
Seniors must pay their diploma fees,
at the office of the Treasurer of the
University at any time until 4 o'-
clock Tuesday afternoon, MI'ay 22. In
no case will the University confer -a
degree upon any student who has not
payed his fee by this time, as announc-
ed by Shirley W. Smith, secretar'y of.
the University.
Candidates for degrees or any cee-
tificate or diploma should fill out they
cards available at the office of the sec-
rotary of their college or school pay
the treasurer of the university a.nd
leave the card receipted, having the in-
-dicated section> of th~is card filed with
the secretary of their college or school.

onf. U. 3. Phillit
wad. The subjecl
"The Formation
in International
Class -Dues hi
oK. ' -Morganridl
!adv.
The Daily ad'vorti
PSIS NVO ."YORE F OR

To college stud 'ents preparn
ing for a business career, NORTH-
WESTERN% ,UNtiVERSITY offers
an unusual combhination of inten-
sive bushiess training in Chicago
and all the benefits of campus
life in Evanstonr.
f our es in Schooli of Co)^merce includecl
field work, inse f ;(mtrips arnd special in-
vc:,tigatiorns in co-operation with vairious
r: : afrctusrrng, fr.nacia.! ra ,zerclsadis-
i~ng .stue'is?1isJnnfs of C iC'AGO.
Graduate iiSsio-To those having
professional c:r bachelor's degree from in
institution of approved standi ng, a year-
of graduate :;or Is offered lead:iing to de-
grce of Ma ster in Business Administration.
Underpraduato Division-To those hav-
ing tvwoyer of credit froni college of
ay '-.roved standing, N. U. S'chool of Com--
mer ce offers a two-year course lecading to
deree., Bachelor of science in Commerce.
Art'cosnting Trn i~hieand T1'anttpertetioO
Fa,: P. " and Flnas:" F:rnipinymr~ ;N ;igewtenit
IHator>.-!nrtern ::c t antab or Acministration
?;uu,, l:.lAimnisittic-r;Pcylic and Soelit Service
°;lslQ,azctt~ncnom.3t inmmertdai Toachingr
A~vt-~ t~dn ~ Cbaunberoi Comrcre Ad..
c'rign Trae ministration
1ierc1handising
Ellin it tcssion offers opportunity to
ca:rry su1T er courses on the cool Shore
of Lakichgn

$S4FA IW18
REVJ VORK

Telephone Mu.rray I-ill &Soo

Clothing for the Tennis Player
and the G-olfer
Flannel Trousers, Knickers, Special Shirts, Hosiery,
- Shoes, Hats, Cape
Sh etland Sweaters, PersonaI Luggage

Men's and Boys' Garments for

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MEIYILT SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM
To studte-,ts having two years of col-
legiate credit, a two-year course is
offered tedn to B. S. in Journalism.
To -olee ;,r:aduaqtrs, one-year course
in Jov. nIsi is offeCred leading to

-Every requirement of Dress or Sporting 'Wear

Alurnii association. Committees are
now Wori fg n the variops senior

how Paintings
At Alumni hell'

Water colors, the work of
kmerican and, foreign artists,
ceon placed on exhibtion in the
,allery ofC Alumni M enmorial

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classes trying to sign up tide nmn 100
percent as alumni :before graduation. ;
The aninual- due to the Alumni as-
soclation i s $3.0, which includes a
one year's suibscriptio~n to The Alum -:
nus, the alumxni but nd lali rights
of the asociaLrfu - A -special rate of
$2.50 is- nawde for seniors, paying be-
fore graduation. ,This may be paid atj
the treasu~rer'$ igfffie along with -the
diploma fee or muaied to Wilfred B.j
Shaw ats the Alumini Memnorial hall.

against a conviction for disorderly.1
conduct. The sophomnores were arrest-
edl recently during a fight with sonic?
freshmen.j
.Amies-A handful of women students
Tdry Our Business Menl's hunch
JOE PARKE'
SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER
KEnned3,'s Orchestra
13:'3 --4:00
Cornwell ('ea l Iiigt.

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aNcrrli ste wq Unive rsit
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I bolet ~' e~"tn corer^s e nd
U~'i~2.T alw,.AOl'TCommere
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Ready made 'or to Measure
Send f 'fin .jomparisons
Our - Representative will U~e at the

TODAY, MAY .15

both
have
West
hall.

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:.. ut what of the modern husband whom mr
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