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THE MTCHTCfAN DAPLY __

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illIII ront We-,
ddl to Beanty and
of Old Site
OF. i{EGNTS TO
'CATIO7N DiJIN~

Tiliigs1
1t1litY
VISIT
St" rUTJ

SLIMMER HDTEL OFFRS I s
STUDENTSMLMET
I R. S. Melclhers of the Islington ho-
tel, one of the largest of the summer
resorts in Les .Cheeaux .islands, 12'
mie~north-east of Mackinac island,
will he at the Michigan Union at to- >.....
day to intervileW students who desir~e,
summer wvork at the hotel.
According to word received by HIo
mer Heaith, manager of* the Union,.
eight men aire ~require'd as waiters '".
throughout the summer. Railway fare "
will be provided from Detroit and D.
salary paid in addition to tips,' the
work to start between JuQne 24; And
July 1.
Full particulars may Ibe secured by.
inquiring for R., S. Melchers' at tits
Union, main desk, any timle today.

Field ,HOuse" Should Be.
Ready For .Dedication

In Fall

Camp Davis, the University summer
rveying canmp situatedl in northern
chigan, open.s its first session of
is sumnmer next Monday. Students
ng to. the canmp wll leave the Uni-
'sity F4riday afteirnoon and will ar-
,e at the canip Saturday. More than
students arc expected to be en-
led by the date of opening this sun-
r. The session, closes July 27 and
second nession Uopelns the follow-
Experimentation fs heing carried onl
is summ~er in the formn of . a new
-house. The ice is stored 'without
w dust in the winter, being cut from
lake and stored immediately. . Be-
athi the storage compartment is the
oling room. All melted ice is drain-
off so that the building, is kept afs
y as poss~ible.
The diving platformp will be erpct-
Saturday by the studenits. Thie
cks ,and other constructic~n , jobs
11 be carried on Saturday. and MonP
y' while Tuesay will be .the actual.
rt of scholastic work. A new Stu-.
nt clubl will be erected during the
t session. The building will be 30~
50 feet and will contain a large
e-place. Tables, reading inatter,
d forms of amuasement wvill be sup-
ed in this building.
n 1912, the camp was composed en-
ely of canvas buildlings. In that
ar steel buildinags were first used
displace them.. This year the mess
ls, the last of tile canvass build-I
~s, will be torn down anid steel
ildlngs erectd in their stead. A
plcafe set of water pnmps wtill al-
be added this year.
Many ,visitors are expected at the
rnp during the summer. Two mem-
ra of the Boaerd of Regents or their
.ernates will inispect the site. while
cili1e have set aside two entire
ldings 1for the colvenience of visit-'
EFIGERS ELECTED
BY HOBART GUILD
Elections to the cab,~net of Hobart
ld made recently were as follows:
'win WV. Davis, '263, chairman of the
partmenit of religious education;
ton Green, '25, chairman of the d,,-
rtment of service; Schuyler Elliott,
chairman of the department of
imatlcs. Olga Verdelm, '25, woman
.irian of the department organi-
ion; Furl Fairbanks, '24, chairman
the department oraiain
renta~uve plans have been made as
the forination of a glee club and
:he .tra under the Sut p'ervisio~n of the
Id.
'~h't Club to Elect Officer',
v omen aI especially invited to the
'eting of the Flint club a 7 o'clock
is even'ing in Lane hall. All Flint
ni and women. are urged to be pres-
Sas officers for the coming year
11 be elected. 'there wvill be a rep-
entative from Flint present to of-
opportunities for summe1ar work~ in
.nt.
MI. 'i' sP. al t o 1U ; b vn1;ll'd
M4ember.# Of thle ::'nate committee
~Student Affairs vntc i at their last
:litig that Nie annal B . V. 1*. dainc.e
a clishe d.

pilot or the smnoke-bearing plance,
said upon landing that he had travel-
ied at a speed of one hundred miles
per hour and that the machine threw
out eighty million cubic) feet of smoke
to form, the two words.
Campaign Committee 1Weekt 'Todi ay
Members of the central campaign
committee of the Michigan League
will, meet at 9:30 o'clock today at the
home of Mrs. Henry C. Adams at 1421
Hill street, rather than at the Union
as was previously announiced. Mat- i
ters of policy concerning thc forming
of 'district campaign groups will be'
discussed at this meeting.
Glee Clubi Serenades
Following a custom which has been
carried out since the, formation of the
club, the Freshman Girls' Glee club
serenaded the various sororities and
dormitories last evening. Miss Esther
HollIons, director 'of the club, acrom-
panied the girls on the trip.
Sparing Two Weeks~ Behind Schiedule
So far this has been the coldest
spring in 52 years, according to Prof.
Henry J. Cox, of the Chicago weather

VICTOR 4LLNENTJING'ER I
PIANO TUNING'
Sehool of Muslc Tunier
PHONE 3062
Office at Res., 418 N. Division St.

bureau. Spring is sih
time, said the Goveri

rent expert. A j went as I

Conference
Tick ets

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Me et
On Sale

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Michig"
~bas been n.
monies nex
t he, openi

4 "Yost Fiel Howse"
;ai's new athletic plant, to be the finest. in. the country, which
named after the "told Man" should be ready for- dedication ce're-
:t fall. The completion date as stated by' the contract is Oct. 1,
ig of the football season.

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Straw Hats

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{Reserved. seat tickets for the Con-
ference track meet to be 'held next
S~aturday afternoon at Ferry Field are
nwosale at the Athletic a-ssociation
ticket office for $,1.50 each. These
seats are in a reserved section on the
finish lines of the track events., The
'seats in the unreserved section will
.scll for' $1 ea'ch.
Student athletic books do not admit
to this con~test as it is being conducted
b~y the Confterence association and not,
by the local Athletic association. Ad-
mission to the preliminaries to ho
held Friday afternoon 'is free. The
gates to the field will be opened each'
afternoon 'at 1 o'clock while the trials
Friday afternoon. will begin. at3
o'clock and the finals Saturday, after-
{noon at 2 o'clock..

and

4 .00

Fifteen To A ttendr
Geneva 4Confer ene
<Fifteen . have register.od to go to
the Labe Geneva student. conference,
June 15 to 25, at Lake Geneva, Wis-
consin, Student Christian a'~ssociation
officials announced last night.
An effort is being made to send .all
those who will be actively connected
with S. C. 'A. work at the Uni'versity
next year to the camp. Those inteir-
ested are rieuested to report at Lane
tall.'
Nearly 1,00 students iepresentlng
j ll the large universities of the mid-
dle west, are expected to attend the
: conference this year.

FORCE WILL MEET
A meeting of all maen who are go-
ing to the Coast Artillery Camas at
Portress Monroe, Virginia this sum-,
mer, ha3 been called for 7:30 o'clock,1
next Thursday evening, in room 330
of the Engineering building.
Major Arthur. and Major Shipp-,m,
professor and assistant professor of'
the military departmhent will be pres-'
ent to discuss tl~e conditions that will
be met at camp, and to give .experi-I
ences of previous camps.
The purpose of the meeting will be
to get acquainted and to make ar-
rangenments for a Michigan represen-
tation in b)aseball, track, sw imim ing,'cic es r , a d ' p b c t on ' t . he
caimp. Thie Michi~gan detachments]
have in t1 past made records, par-
ticularly in track, swimmhing, rifte1
slhootlng, and publicity. The camn
will start on June 14 at the Virginia
Fortress and will. last until July 2i.
C11igo S'ets Flowex Prim s'
(cjl:cago, 1.1l., May 28.-Prices agfred
uzpon as fair' for'. retail dealers to sell
Memorial Day flowers by the Chicago
I city council high cost commission a're.
'as follows:. Carnations, No. 1, $1 a'
dozen; No. 2, 50 cents a dozen; roses,.
18 "inch stem,' $6 a dozen; 9 inch,
stem, $1.50 a dozen; peonies, $2.50 a
dozen..

Exchange Notes
lwinesota- Mrs. George C. Chris-A
tiana made one the largest gifts ever.
received by the University , of Min-
nesota recently when, she gave $250,-
000 for the erection of a hospital in
memory of her husband.
Stanford - Summer 'has no heat
which science cannot cool. And,
here is the proof. Two young engin-I
eers were working in the wind tun-
nel in the aerodynamics laboratory on '
a warm. afternoon.' Deciding that al
bit of coolness would make the brain
Imore active, they started the propel-
ler of the' experimental machine,
which stirs up a .breeze of 70 miles an
.hour. Andl then they worked and
worked.k
varni ee-.,Institue-- A. A. Stag,
farrous football mentor and physical
director at 'Chicago university has ac-
cepted anl invitation from President
Bakter to give the principal address at
the laying of the cornerstone of the
new.'gymnasium Wednesday, June 13.
Definite acceptance of Mr. Stagg was
received 'yesterday.

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th e Admirnistration Department
of the
MISSOURI STATE LIFE
INSURANCE OMPANY
ST. LOUIS
about the rewards and oppor-
tunities.

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Strike" appearing out of a clear sky
and floating above the~ university in
smoke letters one mil~e high. Captain
Cyril, Turner, sky-writing expert and

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