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May 24, 1923 - Image 5

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Retires After 50
Years Of Service



Pro;. Aubrey Tealdi, head of the
andscape design department, and a
umber o the advanced students in
iat denartment will leave tomorrow
or Chicano. Thie department has
lade Lrraiements for the trip in or-
er that the part~y may visit a nurn-
er of laces in and near Chicago
hat are of special interest to stu-
ents o' landscape design.
Net .iaturday will be spent in'vis-'
ing parks, play grounds and nurse-
ies in the city of Chicago. On Sun-
ay and Mondey the students will see
number of the estates along the
north Shore, noted for the beauty of
Wer ;rounds. M ost of Tuesday will
o spent, at Lisle, Ill., where the Mor-
n arboretum is located. This arbor-
urn is superintended by C. E. God-
haWl, '21, and it is claimed that it will
e the mnost complete and' comprehen-
ie in America~ when present plans
)r its development have been carried
Th7e Sand Dune state park of In-
iana.. located between Gary and Mich-
fan City, will be visited next. The
:udents will spend Wednesday, May
, at the park and will return to Ann
r'bor on the morning of Thursday,

To Mei,,nbc rs of the University '+acul-
..LA MAty, and those interested in the U'n-
Dodos will offer their fifth dramatic 1 bu a:nhaotei.zclr
series at 8 o'clock this evening, tomar- appealed to you throught the Iichi-
row, and Saturday nights when fourt gan Daily urging you to ivet your
one-act plays, all of them written' by' spare funds with our) association so
University faculty members, will be that we mijght help iii iversiT inmen in
produced in the Dodo playshop. I need of homes.
The first number will be "A Stroke Evidently you readi the appeal, were
of Fortune," by Prof. Fred N. Scott, of. impressed with the wisdoin of doing
fthe rhetoric department. This is a your share bu t,-mu the stress of your
light comedy dialogue in which Mrs. duities,--forgot.
Mary '6. Johnson and Ray Alexander, May we not ask you to lay this to
'24, will play the two roles. heart in the' intercit of your tri'j.nds
Professor ,Scott's "Whose Mistake{ who have made application for loans;
'Wa% It?" a short comedietta, will f ;l-! in the intereet of the Univer-3ity andi
low. Directed by Amos Morris, of the; city iO well as in your ow-n interest.
rhetoric department, the cast Is corn- Do this ;ct once before you re liable;
posedl of Elsie Karle, '24,' and Albyin' to forget again.
Sepanski, '25. I I. 1H. Herbst, Sec's-
'Written and directed by Edwin G'.. Huron Vallh;y Building & Sa
Burrows, of the journalism depart- ings Asso.
Imont, "The Intended Harmony" is a Adv.--21.,
study of labor problems. In it Mr. --.
Burrows, Ray Alexander, '24. Prof.
Brand 'Blanshard, of the philosophzy !:O,
department;, Warren E.. Bower, of the ORS~ A
rhetoric, department, and Lawrence 1~. SINKJA
Conrad, '23, will take part. wr LAS- O
"The Maker of Gods," by L. J. CarrJ RbDW*s PEN s"O
of the sociology department, will con-'L
duethe. program. Dealing With eva-
olution,. its cast numbers several lead-
s Ig local actors: The player are: El -_________________
jIng local actors. The players are: 'El- t 0,0'r iOUBLE
ger, '23, A.- L. Miller, instructor, in disappear alter seeing,
electrical engineering, Prof. E. 'S.I v- DR.'VARMO L 'rs
eB'ett, of the rhetoric department, and 707 N, n e'lty Ave.
George D, Wilner, instructor in pub- Phone 2M5
lic speaking. Mr. Carr and Prof. Roy
W. Cowden, of the rhetoric depart-
ment, are directing the drama. __________________
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C'ol. 'Thomias t'. 3MCorvey

To Japan

Col. Thomas Chalmers McCorvey re-
tires this spring from the University
of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, Ala., aft- I P
ter serving it continuously for 50 years o
as professor. He has held the chair ' U
of history and political science since A

_...,, 0. u iJCUeCiore n HCne.was ts u~LLcLUL
Well-written articles of technical and commandant. He is an alumnus of ,
anti uuiversal interest are contained the school, becoming an instructor b
in the last issue of the Michigan Tech- urlonv his graduation in f!873.
nic, teclhnic'.al publication of the en,
ineigclee hc perda O the campus yesterday. Excellent il- 1111Vti 1 r
]ustrations of imminent significance V~VSLIE III&
aided in 'making' the publication one' nrr fr I pinrr
of the best issued by any magazine RUNEiSJVU Lflfb 1 U Ei n
on the campus during the school year. d___
The mpagazine fulfills its mission ani?;
in addition .includes material whichI Concert 'managers throughout the
makes it entirely readable for the lay- United States have guaranteed an ag-
man.ablegregate of $412,000 for the appearances
Especiallynoal in the curreni of John' Philip Sousa and his band
issue is the article by Elmer A.' Sperry Iduring the coming season, according
of the Suerry Gyroscope company on to a. statement made in New York last
"Some Observations on a Trip to JIa- iweek, by Harry Ask in, Sousa's busi-
ness representative. this is the, larg-
pan." It embodies .a scholarly dis.-s mutee gaate o h
cussion of social, political, and scion- esteaontpeaerasrfanymusicalh
tific problems of the greatest nation sonzlatoor indiidualand muscals;
i~ he astrnbemsphre Th oterthe guarantees for the last tour, of ;
important article by Prof. EmilParek.
Lorch of the architectural college nexasesonehi 31t a
tracs te dvelpmet o arhitctue ISousa s nx esn i 1ta
traes he eveopmnt f achiectrehead of the band, will begin July 21,
to the present day and tells of. the adwl ak p1s1thtascn
tendencies in high building design,j"twitalkur. i 4t rnscn
the most representative form of mod -__________
coirnaciteter fnueatrfs otiD T OT L M U
,ca arcicture.y aut numbraoushrt-!
"comprise thbythefeaures.~dauniD T OI L MN SDE
The cover of the publication is Charles D. Banks, '21, died in De- 0
made attractive by an airplane view troit, May 12, after a three weeks' ill-
of the Lincoln memorial at Washing-' ness of pneumonia. Mr. Banks was
ton. The frontispiece, although an principal of a Iektroit grade school at
excellent sketch of the winning de- t he time of his death. Information
sign in the Chicago Tribune building was received through his sister, Miss
contest strikes the reader as being ,Genevieve Banks, '22.
somewhat overpla.yed. The one excuse !
for'. the prominent position accorded New 7-room bungalowj built for, a
it appears to be the article by Pro- home so everythin g is right.,Oara
fessor Lorch. ? . good paved strce-t.' Only $1,000- down."

Prof. R. D. T. Hollister's classes' in
dtay production will present three
one-act plays ait 8o'clock tonight in
Uiversity Hall "The Tents of the
Arabs,," by Lord Dunsany, "Between
he Sou n and the Savory," by Gertrude
[ennnis, and "Suppressed Desires,"
by Susan C spelt, are the 'plays to be
given. 'Short readings will be given
between. the presentation of the plays.
The program tonight will be o~ne of
the numbers of the course of plays and
"--cital;, which is being given this
'pi'in . The final program in the ser-
,-a wil be presented next Monday
when Clyde Fitch's four-act
dra,"' "The Truth," will be given.
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After, Exam S, Drop In and See the
New Things for Summer,
0JU men who dress in the collegiate manner will
Swant a lighter suit for real Summer comfort, a
sport shoe for .tennis, or, at least,a few polo shirts.
A, visit to Athe College Shop will authoritatively in-
form you of what is being worn f or Summer. Assort-
ments' are wide and assembled ,with consideration to-
moderate expenditures. Burchfield will be here Tall
Summer to help you select.
A Convenient Shop in a Corner of Our. Second Fl0or


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tomers thanlonl any other
hair net.
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Reports have it that the senior en-j
gineering outing held at Barton d Camn
was a great success. Races, a -base-
2'balIl game and a mock election took
place. The team from the mechanical
~department won the centipede race,
with the electricals~ a close second.
The class chose G. Marston Berry
as the handsomest manl; the biggest!
bluffer, C. E. Procter;. best student,
-William (,otten ; biggest fusser, Joe
'f'lack; most popular manl, Paul Goeb-
el; most bashful min, J. MWesley Rofs;
best alit-ar'ound professor, PN'of. F.
Stevens; best known professor, Prof.
J. Bursley; the' biggest bore, P. M.
"R~ollng sto'nes gather no moss,"
&but untised furniture gathers dust.
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T HIS is-written 'tothe man who loves to seek the
unknown quantity. He is the kind of lnborn-
tory worker who ventures into untried fields of ex-
periment, rather than the man who tests materials.
Industry has need of both type's, but of the
former there is'a' more pressing demand.
College men may have been discouraged from
pursuing. pure research. In this highly practical
age it may seem there "is little, room. for work
which does not have an immediate dollars and


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