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THE IdTCiGAN DAILY

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y' Enter Race
For Senate Seat1

News From Othercr olleges

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Eddie Gibson to perform should any-thn apnt ~vy
The Illinois line-up will be similar,
to that which faced Michigan in the
first game, save that the batting or-
der is somewhat changed. Captain
Stewart, whose hitting has shourn con-
siderable improvement, will probably
bat second this afternoon, whereas
he hit seventh in the first encounter;
of the two teams. Vogel has been!
moved fromn left field to catch, in?
place of Dougherty, who has been
declared ineligible, Kuehl has gone,
from right to left field, and Durant,j
who has been Captain Stewart's as-i
sistant at thirj has been placed 3a
the right gardens.
Mlini' Heav9y Hitters
Durant did some tall hitting in the
'Wisconsin game last Saturday which
the Illini won by a 7 to 1 count when
hie landed two hits in four trips to
the plate, while Kuehl and Hellstrorn
did likewise, the former joining with
Jackson in crashing out a four base
swat. In addition Illinois had but
one error, an unusual occurrence, for
the Indians have been constant oft- {
fenders this year. Their heavy stick1
work against the Badgers, coupled,
with their all but errorless ball, shows
them to be a greatly improved aggre-
gation over that which lost 6 to 3 to
Michigan less than two weeks ago. It
should be no' surprise to supporters
of the Illini to see the Blue and Gold]
come home waith a victory.
Today's game, if all past indications
may be taken as bases for consider-
ation, may be expected to be a'royal
pitchers' battle from start to finish.
Both teams are set to play the best
ball of the season, so it is probable
that the winning team will have to
depend upon the prospect of breakins
down the odposing pitcher's mystic
twists in order to land the ultimated
victory. A win due to slips in field
work is unlooked for, and spectators
will probably be treated, whatever
aggregation comes out on top, to the
best game of Michigan's season, and
a game in which the Mig Ten title
is, in all probability, at stake.
I1't-'k' They Pace Each faller.
ILL1INOIS 3MICIlIW4AN
Roettger, c.f. Uteritz, s.s. (capt.)

.MtiiiiesOta-The youngest student so dicate that the student opinion rungs
far discovered on the campus by the "high against the action of the dlean.1t
M7innesotat Daily is Bertha Friedman,E
16. An imnmigrant from Russia in o regon".Now that the "craze for
1914, she entered the university ini setting dlance records is lapsing into
1922 and is now a second semesterI hi story a group of university womenI
sophomore.; have seemingly started .a new contest,'
--- { according to the editors of the Ore-
New York-Selected from all parts gon Daily Emerald. This new fad is
of the country, 30 college ncan: will! to arise at early hours in the morning
gather here this summer to make a and hold discussion groups for the
study of social conditions under the:cday's classes. The first attempt was
auspices of the student departm eut o' a couple of weeks ago 'is Ci a claxs
the Y.M.C.A. Among the places to! of girls met at 6: 30 o'clck and to-
come under observation will hie: L- I gethier prepared for an ex,ira.nation.
lis Island, Blackwell's Island, Sal Va-'--
tion Army home. for men, the Bo very. Xjincota-Three students. will corn-
And Sing Sing prison. p ete here for hoosi iiga ywild(
'teer. The aFfair w;ill xw hold in con-,
Detroit Junior-Mr. G. L. Michaud,,; nection -with the annual stock shout.
of the department' of romance fang-jI One man claim s th at he has had ox-
uages of the University of Michign i lpe r.e while a cowpuuc her, -anotia-
delivered a lecture in Spanish to the or days that ho has driven a team of'

E~urope, When akdrecently whlat
opinion lie had flormed of thne college,
said that "there are stu~dents here whio'
;1re really tini~ltng abot the prob-;
emsi. that tl!e New youth ' ovceent is
try"'I n to le"

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General tawre". .Tyson
SGen. Lawrence D. Tyson, lawyer
and manufacturer of Knoxville, :Tenn.,
may be United States Senator Shields
opponent for the Democratic nomina-
tion' in 1924. Tyvomn favors the league
of nations with reservations.
Hume through as" the best man stu-
dent.
The Finishers scored another suc-
cess when they elected Judith, Jenni-
son best girl student. The election
was decisive over Louise Buckley who
carried the colors of the Instigators,
The defeated party came back strong,
however, and named, Elizabeth Hoyt
most bashful girl. The position of
best kidder was given to Paul Wat-
zel.
Success in the elections on the part
of the Instigators was credited to their
strong pl'atform which included such,
planks as: Dedicate the new lit build-
ing to Dr. Lovell; no 'seniors flunked
at exams; give the Cleirents library
to the VGWomien's. League; and Chris-
tianize the S. C. A.

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Stewart, 3b. (Capt..)
1-ellstrom, 2b.
Vogel, c.
Kuehl, l.f.
IHappenny, 1b.
Durant, r.f.
Schilapprizzi,s.s.
Jackson, p.

Kipke, c.f..
Ash,I..
Shackleford, lb,.
Haggerty, 2b.
Paper, 3b..
Blott, C.
Klein, r.f.
Liverance, P.

ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BU
(E.ffective-Maty 14-Cetral
Time)
Bs leav es Adrian G: 00 and
11:45 a. in. anid 3:45 p.m.-. Leaves
Armn Arbor 6:45 a. in. and 12:45
anda 4:45 p. mi.
SUNDAYZT-Leave Ann Arbor
6:45 a. m.; and 6:45 p).n. Leave .
Adrian 3:4:5 p. m. only.
M.cct 1l. U. R. cars at Saline both ways
for connectionis for Ypsilanti, Waype
and' Detroit.
Try Our Bthsiness :tun's Lunc6h-e:
11:30-2:09,-- - 6 c
JOE PARKER'S

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Instigatcrs Win
Senior Electionsl

(C ontinued from Page One) ' 4SPECIAL SUNDJAY J)INNER$
Thes Finishers came into themr own, I penniedls Orchestra
when they succeeded in securing the 11:34) }-- 4:04
('0rnwell Coal Bldg.
election of Doris Clark as prettiest
girl. Ruth Werkheiser was nained MATS. TUES.. THURS
the most popular girl, winning over f A iI(~ id SATUP.DA
"core of entries. GARRUICKU 25c-50c
B3est Student Chosen 114th A'r-;*rrI Seaso~r NIGHTS:25-504-$1
Buckley C. Robbins walked away
'with the offi.ce of biggest grind, mak" H
ing his own nomination speech, scour-TH BO TE E u
irg the united support' of thme Insti-j InliaJlzr Yrn srliatCmd
g~atrs ai hfte opposig Linte 1d New York
tagc c? tiIw situation anid rushed .arnes NXT MO3NDAY - SEVFINTEEN'"

Circulo Cervantes a few dlays ago. Tfhe1 goats and in that way thinks that he 2 .Sae eehn 9-
talk, which was also illustrated by( is experienced for tao task but the Teehtl 9
slides, was on "Christopher Coli-I last man does not claim to have any *."* .9 _________________________________
bus." 1 asset except hisstrength and willing- "~~____________________________________
-- i ess to ride the bull. The steer will.a
Minnesota--A new publication ap-{I he brought from tie range to test!r , llhIIoltiWilli]illiiM11t111111,1,lh11i161i111iIiIIIllIll 11IIIlJi1Ill1(Ul1llhI
peared on the .campus yesterday call- the s~ill anld endurance of the riders.
ed the "Angel's Revolt". It is an ,
eight pagemagazine largely filled with U~th-A few of the rules to be o-
criticism and satire on the philosophy, servedl when the freshmen and the f A T
psychology, and history departments, sohomores meet. in Salt Lake city LAS
as well as the administration in gen- are as follows: "Every male member
eral. of the University will report rain, Ne TIMES
Isnow, or hail on the campus. Visitors I *Y qia rL.
Harvar-Dlr. Charles W. Eliot, proy- and faculty men will not be tubbed, i BON GH
ident-emeritus of Harvard university,( provided that they do not interefem eSton
was awarded a golf medal last week withthe proceedings. Those arriving =~iry 2:03 andu 3:30k
on which was inscribed the singlelt ilb ukd.N usn il700 ad83
word "Teacher". be allowed. No white collars, combed A national wide plan to bring thean'30
_____J hair, or necktes will be tolerated." od ninn" into his own by honoring,
Oregon-."Student sentiment as 2 J-'- n~tion nl "Father's Ilay," is bein d
campus. power is undergoing a severe Dh tniout--Piet Rost of the 'Un - 'a soredi by Hsary C. Meek who will
test at Oregon", says a dispatch from vrsity of Lieden, one of the two vis i queOst Prsident Ilarding to prclaimi T1 le t
Eugene. The controversy is centered isting European students who are at "" '"tles Day. Iwn ossib ieDs ribe Splen dors
about the alleged unjust dismissal of Dartmouth under the auspices o' the- -"
Coach Bohler, recently caused by Deani Round Table for the purpose of di;- I Jimmie" starts work early in the o r Count T rium phs !
Buvard. Aanymous publications, pe- cussing the New Youth miovemnent that morning for you and doesn't stop un- l
titions,_as well as open comment, in- has recently sprung up inu central til he gets RESULTS. -AdvI FEW l'TIIEIIS WILL I ACET J1 E ST A ARPDE
____________ -The flamng romance of te young hnerian ad the 'Spansh 'dancer
--- a nt with painted ells ad taping heels.
71 RIC AIID
Jarthelmess
o NJ-, * 1 n JoSpF irkrgesior3 ,
3 I A tJohn SRoertsonr
~ I~jK~lK H T-E FAIRER SEX
LI1I~~' IWil' Be Interested to Know-
I i;- tht the shawl iss Gizsh yse,5 in tis.
production is of unusual honor and val- 'ADITION
experts at a cost oM$2,00.00 and pr- lluS-UT )
-seted to this winome star for ,her re-
dition of the true Cuban spirit and hion-A MERMAID
v - '- rd traditions. COMEDY~l
After G.raduatfio faUPRCSV -1ADSAURA
ONLYI
,fQUICK rise to a responsible position in the business world-or a longT
C / period of training at minor work before you are fitted for an executive role? a
Which shall it be? "A college trained mean, if he has earnestly applied \ As a book-
himself, has acquired one of the greatest assets in life-the ability to think. It is a 5tie most popular
tremendous advantage. For now you are trained to set yourself for a certain definite goal and mntan romance tb ietakd aeyuee rte.1
not e sde-rackd. aveyou centrated into an intensive one-year
chosen business for your life's training course. Babson Institute, an -1 A a l~
work? If so, and if you seek endowededucational institution, is con- .-'a
wledrhi in the commercial ducted for the purpose of training E a Broadway hit.l
wordhere are facts worthy young men who are to occupy posi-
to of responsibility and trust.=
of your deepest consideration. T 1aoaor ehd= As a pictre-
The principles of leadership in busi-The La ora orsMe ho
ness are not many in number. They are Snce it is the purpose of the Babsonatrligeetin
not hard to grasp. Yet less than two Insotute Course to train men for bus- ~TAINING t, _ ment.
men in one hundred ever learn them. ness, all work "and al study is con-=" O w~p',
'The two chief reasons for this fail- ducted in the same manner as work is , B ~SrIESS-
uire are: (1) "- lack of an all=round conducted in any regularly established (lj
business experience. (2)- the diffi- buiness house. For instance, there are LErrS~lp) w
cuty of drawing sound conclusions regular office hours not merely school ,t
from the relatively few experiences hours. Lessons and reports are dic- ,tt - ' A TO 1
that any one person can have ated by the "student as in an office- AlIO O
not written. Thus the student acquires to P + } fir flr4MO lN'O.
A ~u yofL a e a mastery of business Engish and the-
Through your studies thus far you ability to trasomquickly his l . .r z+7,. ,, ' iES
have created for ourself a substantial thoughts in to definite trn form. ..,,- -. . +..-.
background-a foundation upon which Tahn nCneec
you can build high. Why not use this Tahn nC neec
foundation in the largest possible way? Classes are conducted on the confer-
j If you are truly ambitious for steady ence plan. The teachers, or directors as E~~!~;* .'
and permanent progress, it will be well they ae mre -properly called, are ex- Im l
for you -in addition to your uinder- perienced business men, successful in "f
graduate work 'to consider the adv isa- their own lie. Factory inspection trips _-
bility of special training which will cut are 'not long dista nce walking matches, ofyasoapetehpi h uf u esnlycnutdtusb x
ness world. This training is available 'pers in' that particular industry. The . -H
aintttooraieunethlas oeanardrwfrmataexei ES Nat the Babson Institute-an education- problems discussed are presentday '7 AOP 4 z1 S a . . s'
of Massachusetts not for profit. ence. They are the same problems 7 a nttuonognze ne h lw nsan r rw fo culexei e d Lr.1
Every man who hopes to be a leader which over 17,000 of America's keenest thi ' e"'-"t y
in the business world needs special executives are seeking aid and solution S"'oIiL
training-a training that can be had from the largest organization of bus-
only from actual experience. A study ness advisers in the world. The stu. "Training for Business Leader- -'asnIsiut ok n si. tdecie h ore
ofth scesfu usnesmen of detaBbsnItiuewrso in detail, and gives complete in- I
ofthe ucessuldwi tl'v are thoseh who have- actual cases- not hypothetical prob- formation ofthe facil t es Of ,I
(1-t udmnaonweg fbs- hm n osqetl edvlp asz nttt.Yuwl er :- -~

{l)afndaenat noledeo bui" lem - an cnseuetlyhedevlos 'aofnInstitut ethXodspeculear _
tebsness a' n fve.o hpatcimtos peuires rinciples; (2) -a faculty for the thbuiesanspntovew to this institution by which men
practical application of these principles ies are fitted without loss of time
tdaily-business life. B sn s Clinics for executive positions. No T
These tried and proven principles,this The student at the Babson Institute obligation. OFTH
gift for application may now be yours. learns to do the things he will beexpect-
ed to do in business by constant contact
The Business o with actual business procedure. He par-
I ~~~~~~~~~ticipates i the clinic instead of sitting'in n . ! *
Le rin.usn s class. The training coversthe four ma- ® Babson Institute A1, ____________
tute have spent years in business re- ing and Production, Financinmg, Distribu- Sndm.W sleetlMas i/"HEi
seach lboatrywokand the study tion and Marketing, and Management. a fr ithout;argLe, "aining a =-
of the lives of successful men. They _If you are anxious for achievement, if, oiculars about the Babson Institute. ItP~A. VIA S)lAflhf) - YOU WILLE EJOY IT

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