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TrHE MICHIGANDAL

News From Other Colleges ECLIPSE
..liz:.elus etIUM '1'T4 i.- jilt sltac~nt firi 1 ildr i Mor t 15 csc(aheil ysw -
paper ys':terday morning printed gm !ill-gto the left, bhank o[ the rive'r, ,
article Which quoted Prot. C. iH.I Cool. Which is several hnundredl feetwi.
ey, of thie sociology department of th1e All),r11-Mefc~urdy, the other occupant .
University of Mlichigan, as having said 'of I m,- canoe, w as nowhere i sight,
that the Donor system w;ork;, better inl iwll( the girl reoched the bank. Silo
prisons than colleges. 110 a.ttrihuted "i wanlered abou'. I We hozurs before find-
this fact, to thie closer int 1ilMaV wiich t ing thze main road. Searchiia";lpart e.;
exists between convicts than stu-de:ts. lj have since beezi scourinuK the country
in tie hope that Mlcuurdy may have
Prrwcton--ILor cl Robert C cil, the ,vu i t>. the right ha nk and been ii
leading Engli.h hexponent of t h o I n t1,c ei t; fmest In t4 at neighbor -
League of Nations and c,,-auithor (I of io
the co'vr'alt was given 0l'e honora.'y I-------
degree of Doctor of LAW here recent-
YL ..-r'! Cecill srmke' o:1-the oaims,,and
dlesir-abilit3-. of t~le giU,, during the COMMENCEMENT TICKET?
ceremony.niun niri f ran

OF SUN PHOTOGRAPHED
B Y EXPEDIITION IN A US TRALIA'

CneL-S() many autos are now
taking advantage of the line paivedl
drive,- unning through. the campus,
'that somo action to limit their num-'
ber i,: conteumliated. It is claimerd
that t ,(, otor pars make so much
noise. miany of them with horns and to.s hti sdfiutt td n
the buildings near these drives._ Some
insignia to (Ibinguish student anad
faculty cars In corder that other. may
bo ha rredfl ron, the campus is 11(.w
iuudce onsideration.
1ihliiois-Thio cap burning tradition
at Illinois is in danger of coasing to
take place after this. near. For the
last three yonrs the , freshmen have
dlone so much damage around the toi WnI
after the cap burning that' if it is re-
heated this year after the cer ,mony
tonight, the ancient -custom-vwill 1be
discontinued, it "is feared.- Downtowyr
theaters have been th'e main sufferers
in past years, it. way stated.
Radcliff (Iowa)-lt is the boast of
authorities at Radcliff that~ there are
no flappers, on its" roster- No wom-
en in the' college use rouge or powder.
their bns diii public and high heels
ctre never 'seen on' the campus, It is
said. . .
Cornell-A student protective asso-
elation has ben organized here to
insure a voice in the student-owned
car controversy which threatens to
end. in the banishment 'of cars among
the mn and womuen 'of the university,
A census fake nby the memberssThow-
ed there are 225 cars owned by stu-
dents on the campus, 95 .per cent, of
which are Fords.
Trexas-A week ago two students
were canoeing early in the evening
and were thrown into the water when
a big wave capsized their craft. The

rL~n R N V TUl R1

YOST ADDRESES[RcO.T.C.COMEDY CLUB H,
ELECTION MEF
MEN ON PREPARENESS F Comedy club held its a
C aswell Angell fil h
'Fielding If. Yost spoke befo)re thIt . iers first inet to clear upi
0. T. C. unit yesterdaty a'dernoon in 'anC to elect officers.
the Engineering Muidling on heis in- 'The treasturer's report
pressions and reactions towards "' very successful year- financ
following were elected to off
paredness". Experience With the armly, !iden°it, Cha2rle I.1vinlgstone,
its caps and training .statioins coup 10(1 president, Rlea Schilaak.. '24;
with observat~onsla on the recent w ar ,RIuib Christensen, '24; trea,
led him to strongly advise a cn istw ard Parnell, '25. Profess,
ent attempt at preparedness. I ent, waNelec. f.te ngrrs
Considering the menace of an Inev- __________
itable future war he said, "Prepared-
ness is tihe greatest protection,, the ( Patronize The Daily adve,
greatest assurance against anyone whof
wants to pick a quarrel with us."'
There is no ,assurance of perilanent1
peace resulting from the Great War
because of the. natural prejudices'r
among the nations of Europe over land. a
property and liberty, was Yost's '
clinching statement. Unless a very1
noticeable change takes place in 5 ,
years among the Anlericui.n people,
an utter helplessness was predicted. - An exclusive Duro Bell
"Preparedness will give America its ture is the Duro Knot.
only assurance against futurew wars, 450 of these tiny k notsn
and will always protect us against - every tiro Belle net.
outside menace." try a few and you, too
learn why .Duro Belle
Major Robert A. Arthur closed the betWhnyuea
meeting with an announcement of a Belle hair net, you knio
Regimental Formation and Presenta- you are wearing
tion of Decorations Ceremony to be' the best net that
held on Wednesday, May 23. Notice! human ingenuity
was also given that the unit would' can produce.
participate in the parade to. be held in u teIb k
the city on May 30 for Decoration luytkembytke
Day.1 Do'Jen

JU\F (.RADUATC.8 ONLY TO TARE~
PART IN (4RADUAt'ION - }
No studlent who has not comnpleted l
all of the courses required for grad-
uation will take p~art in the Corn-
miencement exercises this year, it was i;
decided at a meeting of the cleans at
tbeir conference yesterday mornint; ins.
IPresident Burton's offlce. In the pasti.
it has often happened that students
expecting to finish, their UniversityI
.work (luring the su mmer receivedl theiri
diplomas at regular Commencement.
The action of thie deans is design~ed tos
elininate this. y
Other problems which arise. annual-'
I.1 in connection with Commencement
were discussed by the deans at. their
meeting.
-The June graduating class roll con-
tains 2;.064 names which repreesnts.*
20 'percent increase over the class of
1322. With the seating capacity of2" '.
Hill auditorium limited to 4,500, itI
obviously will be impossible to ac- yijvjy of expedition catup at "Walliti. An.
comniodate more than a fraction of. used. lIn the cet tal backgroun d1
thosei desiring to attend the exec ;c,8d spectrag1rip)ls.
June 18.
The policy announced by the deans
is the same as that- pursuedl in pre- A iptla N to Meet Toniit
vious years, namely, that of gl >g Alpha Nu Debating society will hold
sefliors first choice of seats. ' Aih the its regular weekly meeting at 7 o'clock
exception of gi few seats reserved for tonight in- the Alpha Nu room on the
distinguished alumni, candidates for fourth floor of University hall. 17he
honorary degrees,an others, none but;meigwscage rmFia e
seniors and their get ilatn as fCpNgt
the ceremonies. The plan of, ticket This meeting will be [or membhers
distribution followed last year will; only, as it will include the iniitiation of:
again be in force. Tickets will be giv- " new memibers and the installation ef~
en to officers of the various senior officers for next year. Final plans
classes in the ratio of the total num- will also be made for the annual laaxn-

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SPRING, GAMES-

Medical Society
Honors Five Men
Alpha Omega Alpha, national honor-
ary medical fraternity, announced atE
its last meeting the election of 'five
junior-miedical, stu'dente to- active mem--i
bership.' They are' Russel 'Mustard;,
'241N, Putnam 'Lloyd, '2411, Hewitt
Smith, '24M, Walter Simpson, :'24M,
and Robert Glass, '2411. !
Prof. Warren P. Lombard, head off
the department of physiology in the
Mledical school, was elected to honor-'
ary membership in the organization. t
The initiation banquet will be held
next I Unday in the Union.
Nay -Festival Rooming List Reach
Room.- are now listed with the Un-:
Sion comitte'e for the use of people
visiting Ann Arbor during the Mayl
Festival.. The list of available rooms!
i's on 'file5at thl4Jni'on desk Aand theise
_wishing to be supplied witli single,
Sroomis, double rooms or suites 'should
apply at the' de'sk between 1 and 3
o'clock today and tomorrow.

ber available to the number graduat=
ing in that class.
if, that check didn't conme, let "Jin-
inmie" sell something for you' to' tide
You over.-'Adv.
Stan ford University.
California
Summaer Quarter, 1923
Tuesday, 19 June, to Saturday,
1 September
Second half begins 26 July
'Opportunities to work for
igher degrees and the A. B.
degree in the oceanic climate of I
theSan Francisco peninsula.
Courses in 'the regular 'aca-
demic and. scientific brancehes,
(and in law.
I Information from Office 7.
STANFORD UIJVERSITY
CaliforniaI

quet, which 'will be held Saturday
night at Willet'r cafe. -
('ercle Franjcais Tlects Officers !
Cercle Fran cais held its annual clec-
tion of offiers Tuesday' evening at i
meeting in University hall. The olii-
-cers fqr. the coiming -year will he liel-
en Woodruff, =2Ed., president, Francis
Swain,, '24, vice-president, Pon 'Ai. Le
Due, '25, secretary, and E'dward Par'-
nail, '25, treasurer. Several 'tudentc
were also elected to membership.
The new Lit. Building is g rowing
1Have you watched the class ifiedh
grow ?-Adv.

PICTURES

ON SALE AT

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WOW. !---BIG BOY!

Sport Hats

in Felt and Straw

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ries all over it?"

Did you ever have a sort of a 'craving
from inside. that just 'seemed to say,%
"Get me a nice big dish oaf rich icc
cream with big, red, luscious strawber-

S&oCS of people have it every day and
then they just call their shank ponies

Of, course you have,!

into use and trot into

PREK{ETE'S ANN ARBOR

SUGAR

BOW

1095S. MAIN ST.

W'ithout an appropriate hat no sport cos-
tume is complete. We havc hats that will
harmonize with your costume and give it

'Whly, it is the best =place in towvn for
ice cream, light lunches, cool drinks and.

on added touch of charm.

fPriced from $3.50 to $7.00

beverages.

Try it, for ,yourself.

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