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______THE MICHIGAN DAILY v-. S

ATHLETI\C BOOKS AREI
COLLECTEDFOR FRAUD
Eighty one student athletic books
intended to be used fraudulently for
admission to Ferry field for yester-
day's game, were taken up by Athletic
association officials at the gate. The
books, which were in the hands o '
others than students will be kept un-
til satisfactory explanations are made
by; the owners.
Owners of the books taken in will
be called upon during the week to ac-
count for the hmisuse. What action
will be taken against offenders is un-
certain, but it may be the forfeiture of
privilege.
The Athletic association has hadM
considerable difficulty in the past withj
students who allow their athletic
books to be used by others as admis-
sion to contests. Middle aged men and
older people have presented coupons,
claiming admission as students. Yes-i
terday authorities took- in the books
instead of merely refusing admission.
SAM&SM ANO DELLH
RLOSESMAY FESTIVAL
(Continued from Page One)
Hebrew with the expertness of tech'
nique and the vocal beauty which
never fails him. Although no longer
in itsfreshest estate, his voice is
still serviceable and capable of giv-
ing pleasure.
Considering its unwieldly size and
constantly-changing personnel, the
Choral Union performed excellently
and reflected credit to Prof. Earl V.
Moore who has trained it. Thanks to
Mr. Stock and his marvellously per-
fect orchestra, the orchestral portion.
of the opera was faultlessly rendered.
Mr. Stock conducted the ingeniously
wrought score with scintillating bril-
liance, searching out all its beauties
and reaching a powerful climax in the
Bacchanale. This orchestra's' string
choir is probably unsurpassed by any
in the world today.

BRHOOKS, 'SGTO HEA
MISSOURI UNIVERSITY
Dr. Stratton D. Brooks, '96, noted
educator, has been chosen as the new
president of the University of Mis-,
souri, starting July 1. After his grad-
uatini from the University of Michi-
gan, Dr. Brooks received his master's
degree from Harvard in 1904. I-e has
been the head of Oklahoma University
from 1912 until the present time.
His career has included the serving
as principal of high schools at Dan-
ville, Ill., Adrian, Mich., and La Salle,
Ill. Other positions he has held in-
clude the vice-presidency of Mt. Pleas-
ant Normal School, an assistant pro-
fessorship in education and the high
school inspectorship at the University
of Illinois.

Indian Oil King
Visits President

S. C. A. ELECTIONS
-SET FOR MONDAY
Elections to ratify flol sinations re-,
cently made to the Ponrd of rustees
of the Student Christian association
will be held from 9 to 5 o'clock Mon-
day at Lane hall. All church members
are eligible to vote,
Four who have - been nominated to
succeed trustees whose terms expire,
are: Marion B. Stahl, '25L, to succeed!
Louis E. Ayres; Harold C. Jacox, '26,
to succeed Prof. J. R. Brunim; Pauline
Canby, '25, to succeed Eugene S.1
Clarkson, and Prof. C. C. Fries to
succed Dr.' R. W. Bunting. Three
others, Prof. John I. Shepard, H. B.
Earhart, and Dean G. W. Patterson
have been renominated.
Chicago -e iats -owa
Iowa City, Ia., May 19-(By A.P.)-
Chicago defeated the University of
Iowas tenisteam winingthree
matches in the singles and two in the
doubles here today. Iowa's only vie-
tory came through default when a Chi-'
cago man was unable to continue play
in the singles because of an injury.
Patronize The daily advertisers.

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More than 30 University men, it is
expected, will attend the national stu-
dent conferences at Lake Geneva.
N'isconsin, from June 15 to 25. M.orc
than half of this number have already
registered. Re Bell of the Chicago
Y. M. C. A. was at Lane hall during
the past weck, interviewing students
i terested in attending the , ten-day
conference.I
Through financi&l aid which Mr. Bell
may be able to provide, effort is to
be made to send all those interested
in S. C. A. workrat the Universi.ty, to
this year's conference.
Nearly 1,000 students representing,
most of the middle western universi-
ties and at least 25 foreign countries,
.it is expected, will attend the confer-
ences this year.
Woman Seas New Mark
Des Moines, Ia., May 19-(By A. P.)
-Maude Humphrey of Hanlonpon, Ia.,
a student at Drake university, is be-
lieved by Drake officials to have
broken the basketball throwing record
for women here today. She threw the
ball 89 feet. The former record of
88 feet 10 inches was, held by Eliza-
beth Harden of Vassar.
Mayor Lewis Give.ie-s atgo
Mayor Goo. E. Lewis in his annual
nessagd, advocated construction of:
sanitary sewers, better parks and
playgrounds, and a study of the city's
water problem with the view of re-
moving much of the iron content:
from the city water.
Arrangemeats Made for Ness
Accompodations fordthe relatives
who wish to visit their friends at the
Sunmer Training caTnp of the R. 0.
T C. to be held Jun'4 to July 25 at
Fort Monroe has been, a.rranged. The
officers' mess will be open to the rel-
atives at comparatively low price.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly. -Adv.'
iieds.--Adv.
Try ur ]Bisiness Men's Lunch
JOE PARKER'S
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CornieleSCoal Bjdg.

Merwin A. .. Noblo
Merwin A. J. Noble, Bombay, India,
recently visited the White House in
Washington, D.. C., to discuss with
President Harding the entry of the
United States into the world court.
Noble is president of Burma Petrol-
eum company, the largest oil concern
in India.

Are you to be a Spring bride or a June graduate? Or have
you friends to whom you will wish to send dainty gifts?
If so, you will be interested in the newest lingerie.
The daintiest garments imaginable are made of sheer nain-
sook in white, pale blue, the faintest of pink shades and
mauve. These are beautifully emnbrdideretl by hand in
colors. You. may choose both gowns and combinations.
Spring fashions don't hold anything lovelier to delight the
heart of a girl.

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True colors-generous size,
single and double strand
fringe, and cap shapes. -Ask
your dealer.
The hair net
that endures.
Wear it again and
again.

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FraternitiesPurchase Property
Delta Tau Upsilon fraternity has
purchased the Chi Phi fraternity
house at 314 N. Ingals street. They,
will take possession of it next Sep-
tember. Tau Delta Phi, now lbcated
at 934 S. State street bought a house
at 9,19 Oakland avenue, the residence
of former Dean William H. Butts of
the Engineering school.
Students Sing for Hospital . lients
Patients in the University hospital,
will be entertained this afternoon by-
student members of the Congregation-
al Church. A variety of songs will
be offered during the hour devoted
to this singing which is given once
a month by the students.
Cannot Plant Trees
Sault Ste. Marie, May 19-(By A.
P.)-Answering queries, the state for-
ester has advised local residents that
the state cannot undertake the work
of tree plantingalong Chippewa coun
1 y roads, due to lack of funds, but
he pointed out such steps well might
bc taken by individuals.

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