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.:1rIQAN DA0

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Warren. They will confer with tw

O F CL a the Bult~n isconstru~ctive notice to afllmembers, of
y'. Copy received until 3:30 D. ma. (11:30 a. ml. Sahurdsy.)
FRIDAY, MAY'18i, 193:3 Nuher 1$7
,rtif~cate Fees:
pre days remain, including today, for the actual' paymen~t
rof the University of the fee payable by any person re-celv-
r ~certificate at Commencement, 1923. Such pay netts can-
after 4:00 p. mn., Tuesday, M.1y,22.
SHIRIL14Y W. SMITH, Secretary.

Governor Names r
Predecessor To o
U1.= S. Senate Seat

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cula, should make alpplication to the E oy o'Stud
Registrar of the University before J !! t
June 1. Mxc nEeto
All towns~peo~ple mid neat-frtren it e ianE e to
men who wish to take care of high
se.hlool athletc for tonsight are a.,k -
ed to call. the Athi ot!(c offie at?

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M-exican commissioners.
Intramural Items

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Iuwet vilI ble a&cc
clock lom.3orrow fnot
behe ld M ay 26. 11trMtsIldhv
alle Ve events, 2an
it- they will have
prove attrctive to
wyin their numerals.

l~LEAES IN DEMAND
FOR FRFSH 91,1 CAMP

All matches schieduled forthe fir A
and second round o)f thle 'l-~m
tennis tournament, sint es .and dul
es, and the third round of the rten
ity tennis tournamient will bedrci
ped from the list of contenders ifthe
results of the gatines are not reportedl
to the Intramurial office by 5 o'clock,
tonight. In case it is impo:ssible to
play today, report the difficu lty to thlt
Intramural office, 2268, or I.t, uwih
2980-M.

ice of the Deans held May 16, 1923, the
ng that under no circumstances eshould
their courses take part in the exercises

Deans passed
studsnts who
of Commence-
ROBB3INS.

oliege of Lterature, Science and the Arts:
?t meeting of the. Faculty of the College of Literature,. Science
ts, will be held Monday, May 21st at 4:10 p. in. in Newberry Hall
It is expected that the Committee on Honor Sections, andl
ttee on a possible ~revision of the system of recording absences
Ldy to report at this meeting. JOHN R. EF'FINGEIL.
s cholarship s
cem~ber 8, 1923, the State Committee for Michigan -will appoint
3scholar from the nominees of the university and of the colleges
,The scholar, appointed will enter Oxford' in October, 1924. Thle
of Michigan may nominate five and' selection probably of not
four wi be made in June and possibly, if candidates appear,
mo~re next October. Students now. wishing to+ be Considered
e thir applcations with all supporting credentials in my hands
4a Saturday noon, June 2. Some time 'betvween' June 2 and
pplica0*nts will be given the opportunity of meeting °the local
Deaie information, conference and application blan ksa*t
f the Gradluate School. ALFRPD H. LIJOYPI,
Chairman, University Rhodes Scholarship Coiimittee,
is offered to American Students for Study Abroad :
-itry of lEducation of Checosiovakia announces that five schol.
the value of 15,000 Checoslovak crowns eachi ($5410) are offered
t th~e Charles University in Praguo,' to citizens of the UInited
possible of Checoslovak parentage). Courses "can be taken "In
k',aa~e, literature, history, and arts; or in any scientific line
rhs scoarships are open for the year. 1923-24; October 1 to
The traveling expenses fronm the United States to Prague,
k anid return -would have to be defrayed, by, those receiving the
s. Flor fulIl information address: Dr. Stephen P. Duggan, Direc-
stitute of International Education, 419 West 117th Street, New
F. E. ROBBINS.'
'henileal ociety, U. of MX Section:
xt mee~ting of the local Section will be held' on Thursday, Mlay
15 .p. in. in room 303 of the Chemistry buiilditug. Mr. G. (l.
-speak~ on "The Chemstry of an Automobile Engine."
ersted are invited to 'attend.
C. C. MELOCHI , Secretary.
rlcl6 e bh ~logy, 2, Satarday, May D ~i
al car~as been engaged for this trip to Detroit uad Wyandotte,
eave, tat and Packard ata. m~.i. regardless of, weather, and
nn horb.2 p). i. it is expected that every student who has
Course 23 will be .present. Any student not present will be,
pay hi4, sltae of the 'expensei for the car, about $1.70 each, for
rp.It is important to carry the Detroit rVolio, and the Surface
p of the Ann Arbot Fo io. Wo'uld advise carrying lulich.
FRANK TLERtETT.
ng of Enlish:
cussion ection scheduled to m~eet Friday at 3 p.m': yill meet
ql, a1 t 3:00 p. m. C. C FRIES.
)f~~lclt~ti s d
May 1I8th,46 :45 p. i. Formation at. .Lane Hall: for "Cap Night."
WILFREiD WiL SON, Director.
Blusiess Admininstrationu:
re openings for seniors with 'the 'Western Electric compi ny.
ested 0~hould leave their name~s at Room 107, Econormie Build-
*E. E. flAY.

Lewis C. Reiniann, '16, director of .'.
the third annual Fresh Air Camp stat-;
ed yesterday that studlent leaders will
be in great demand at the camp next
summer. Students interested in serv-
ing in this capacity should report toc
Mr. Reimlann at Lane hall..
Paul Rehmus, '23, will be in charge
of the camp program. Other leaders!t
already selected, are Arnold IQ. Stoll,
24E, who will be in charge of truck-
ing and transportation, and will serve'4
as camp mechanician; Sydney Simp-
son, '24, in charge of scout instruc- ; .__
tion; Samuel Pasko, 'ex-'22, in charge
of athletics and assistant in scout- ,John Batrtoui Payne
ing; Arthur Stevens, '26, and Clarence Poss~ible outcomes of the coning
Beckwith, '25,general assistants; and peieta lcini Mxc ilb
M. E. ";)ad" Lockwood of Tecumseh. pr dnilelci iIexc ilb
't inh whn iip in r ,.~'rz f n- Iweighted carefully by the United

Unless more entries are made ,oim" t it i o'clock tonight. Third
mediately for the fraterntity track1,sche dules for the fraternity, Ad
meet, the _Intramural departmen'Tt will' puls sin2gles and doubles w ill
17e forced ,toi drop the meet from its nounced in tomorrow's Dail
spring program. Such a]n eent «ill third round deadline has heel:
have a costly' effect upon. the fins,1 5 oc'clock tomorrow night.
'standings of many of the fraternities'
in the race for the, athletic cup. En- There is a buyer for any anrt
tries, will be accepted until 12 o'clock may wish to sell. Let "Jimn
tomorrow noon. him for you.

Mhe balance of the matches
aecondgound of the All-campus
shoetcuuamntsingles, are
los:ln,,inger 2276-AV vs. Il
)9t)"'.- ,Coe3010-J vs. Eis
959, rowsn 7 76-MI vs. Gree
7hWWilson 3015,.Rice 371, ai
Allister 131, drew byes for this
rnetime for the completion
secpond round has been contini

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Governor Louis L. Collinis
Former Governor ..A. 0. Preus, of
MNinnesota, has been-named to fill the
'unexpired terran of, the late Senator
Knute Nelsou. Preus. resigned the
governorship to accept the appoint-
mnent from Governor Louis 14. Collins
who succeeded himt.
8~tt :0-l~ane a ,t 1Helen Newberry resi3-
dence.
U-11 TICESI
Teri kitsch .lIographic posters' hatve'
been placed on display in the lower
corridor of the L ibrary where. they
will remain for the remainder of the
week.
Literary fre'3hjnen are requaegted to payI
their dues'at nnce. _Thea class has
several- assessm'ents to meet immed-
iately and' pufficiernt funds are lack-
i ng Send. $1 to, K. 'Morkaride, 4311
Thompaon street.
An exh.Ibltilu on Vie Birch. Burdette
Lonug compietition, sketches, loanedI
to the architectural college by ".Pen-
cil' Points," is now being shown in
the g~lazfd case in ;the architectural
corridor, main Floor, °E4'gineering
building.
International vrater color exhibit n-
der auices of Ahn Arbor Art as-
sociation in west, gallery of Alumni
JM4emorial hall untilMay 20. Admis-
J ion 15cents to all non-members of
(the association.
'$enIar imust pay their diploma fees
at the of ce of the treasuirer of tli6
EUniversity at' ar, time -until 4 o'-
Sclock Tuesday afternoion, May 22. 1
:all fraternities and ltouwe clubs iwh;)
E will volunteer to entertain small
groups o"' the -visiting hig h school
editors today and tomorrow
a.re requested to call John
Dac on, between 1 and 5 o'clock this
afternoon, at the Crimes office in thae
Union..
Today is th last day to get lficligan.
enelans. All pers9,n'swhoa have sign-
ed up for copies are urged to get
their hooks as soon as possible
Students of the 'literary college plali.
ring to transfer next September to
one of the professionia~l schools or
colleges, niot on the combined curri- i

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xiVicn., wno inU ue A in ~c uuALL v, nu- "i'
ture study groups. Rev. Lloyd i'.1
Wallick, business secretary 'of the
Student Christian association, will be
at the camp, part time and will act as!
chaplain., Dr. Warren E. Forsythe
director of the Health service, will
provide for medical examination and
medical care of boys at the camp.
The first group of the more than
400 who will spend part of the sum-
mner at the camp, will arrive June 26.
and after .a ten-day stay, will be fol-
lowed' by three other groups. The,
Camp will close Aug., 8.
HAMLTON AS' LEADER
1Washington, May 17 (By A. 1P.)-
Alexander Hamilton's services to th'e
American republic were eulogized by
President Harding and -other speakers
C at the unveiling here today of a statue
commemorating his achievement as
one of the nation's founders and as
the first secretary of the treasury.
The l resident in his address de-
scribed Hamilton as' "the master
' builder" of the republic, and invoked
his" conception of financial integrity
and a sanctity of obligations as a
remedy for present world ills.
GILBERT'S. Chocolates fresh every
Friday. Tice's, 113 East Liberty.,
It's true efliciency to use, Daily
Cl asslefieds--Adv.
IPatronize The Daily advertisers.
VICTOR ALLMENDINGER
PIN P110TUNING!
I School of Music rIuer
IPHIONE 8062
Office at Res., 418 N. Division St.
* ISPECIAL
I Salts with extra 'Trousers
*$35-438-0$0 =.I
XIORACE CLAVEAU
I: No. So. State Sit.

States commission named to study the
iexican situation with a view towrdj
re.ognition of that country by- the
Umlitd States.' Conmmissioners .arel
I.ohn 'BParton Pzayno and Charles 1B.
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- By DR. J. E. KIRKPATRICK.
A hbrief study of 'the consi~tiutional development of the Ame'icuan collegc and
- nlote of the British character of dte organization provided for the twvo oldes t collegE
lam 'nd Mary, their' corporations being controlled by resident officers and teacher,
' p~rinciple and practice of a non-resident lay gov ern ment lhas de!velopefi the Anierit
ti al office.
Published by 'George Wahr- Pa pe., 40c. Cloth , 5c .
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10 :00-sonl or ball Ii Waterziiltn
Batrbour 'gyminasiumns.

h 11J I11 V V1i' I 'SATURDAY
r 9:4-Getreratl as enubly of high school
CE-oyfrt~l ounsol editors iin reading room of the Un-
)J~-ppyf~r~I~s coumushol~I ion:
dayipbefore b t ocloc I 9:00- VniverOIt . V. W.CtA. breakfpxt
day befr~ ~nbU~P1li in a rbour gymn asiuml.
FRIDAY 19 :0 1',I.P.A. conference dism.s
-General assembly of high school
ors n redin roo, Unon, 10;:00-Business mxeetng~ of the M.1.1,
:W0---ond table discussion1
ips of Al I. P. A. Advisers mneet ~ 11:00-Talk to 31. 1.' P. A. by T. MI.
oom '302 of the Union. Tapping.
-Rlsory~epr~ientlunh f1. :30---FaorewcU aldress to M. I. P.
1319 of the Union. A. by MT. B. Stahl.
Infomalgett~gthe of 1.1 ':K1--Alumnni of School of Msi~c
Iu~rnuI ~t.1ogelie ofN. Iluncheon in room 318 of the Union
~., previous to continuation of l1?:30-Baseball game, I nnesota rs.
ussiaifl. Michigan, Ferry field.
$tarseball gaine, lMxnnesota VYs. ' 2:30--Fifth Ny Fekly~al concert In
iigan, Ferry fld. Hill auditorium.
:00-Continuationl of 31.LI P.' A.1':30-Lawn fetej at Helen Ne.W .erry
ussicrus. : ' +residence.
Mtl*O 303y Festival, cone-ert in 61:00-Sigina Do'ttaKappa 'diner In
audlitorium, ' room 318 of the~,Union..
.Meeting, of, theo deans' advisory :-A..N.I dinner in room 31i8
mitteIn the office of Dean Ef- j'of'the Unidfl/
e.. ;~6 :,W--Banqueot for 11. I. -P. A. In vas-
-Cali Night at Sleepy H~ollow. i Sembly ball of the un ion.'
FourthMay restival concert In 800--'SI tli -,Mai. Festital concert ;In
aiuditorium~. mill aud'itoriu~m.
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