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The Michigan Daily, 1924-03-04

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THE MICHIGAN' DAILY

TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1.924

IMatch this week. The range will be open and available to member's of any
of these teamsi- during the following hours:
Tuesday, 9-10, 2-3.
Wednesday, 3-5.
I Thursday, 1-3.
Friday, 3-5.
Saturday, 9-12.
Men designated to fire in this mnatch will report to' Captain Louizetl at.
the range as soon as practicable, at any of the above mentionedl hotirs.
Students interested in Pistol Markmianship are reqluesterilto meet (Cap-
tain Collins at the Infantry Office at 7:00 tonight. 110111-, for ji~tol prac-
tice. will be arranged at this'time., Win. .1. t. Vipeniter.
!!'o'itical Snienre 1.I, Artefaiit+ enll
f'eliti tl cinCfl1cs ~ill not nieet tolay. (Tue7(Iay .t
'1C,.rr viI1 l) 'a~ n imporl ara a ziily of the Junior EDnooers in oom
"15 llginzcering 4itdli n.g, at 9O i ,\edaneId ,y arch 5t1, 1924.
~'Wilson, ('las:i M,.,tor.
!Senior FEngiuneers:
All orders for commencement' invitations. andl announcements must be a ebl5))C. F i ar '.F e i g

Chicago Educator
Addresses C. Of C.

Read Th., Daily "Clasisified" Columns
Tlic n(.:w portable typewriter has a ;
;i ~wide car.riage:, it wvill take a standard
- ~U. S. No. xio envelope, g 1-2 inches
long, without folding. Not many port- (I
able typewriters will do that.
A. C. STIMSON
T'e i itr tei ~ luppic., Re~t~rtug
PhLone : 'l4.)U0S S..taite St

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Exlilution of etchdng, Ie~Iro~dII ion zIFak .Jye
uipper s 21ery, Alumini Memorial Frtanl P1 JTayes. cdi c~ational direr-
11,0l. Or of the Am erican cityv bureau, Ch!i-,
EXhlihlof "01 iaiied r;} s.is lmdivsw(.:!go, Who addre-ssed tilt ,Commulniity
"~st architectural dIrafiting room. 'I e nforence of thle Anti Arbor Chamxber
- -of Commerce last nig~ht. A large rp
II~flf~flT~lrep- resentaiol of Iuiversity faculty meni-
[' FORU [I ;bers attended this gathbering which
was held in the city Y. M. C. A. audi-
LIT BLII E CHOSENKhi
=1_.proaching macline and suffered fan in-
1i ~1 ~i liiy to her hip. '.file accide~nt occurredl
I1 elt ; 2\n, ' zilt}:and \noNvedge after the Chicago-Michigan basketball
')eing necessary to ;good Crovernmt~ent game when Nlrs. Farrell and a party of
mid the Ilahpine ss of \lan~chnd. Schools! friends were leaving Yost field house.
mnd the M'eans of Education shall for-1 Coach Farrell stated this morning
-ver be encouraged."--The -Northwest that no serious effects would result:
1rdinance of 1787. from the accident, but that Mrs. Far-
Tl.,l abo9ve inscription will h~e cart rell would be unable ,to be about for!
ntoVi :etb alpur o the new LIit- some time. Dr. F. L~. Arner, attending
Graz y bril~n . The :Wien whlo farmedpnysm, cian, affirmed _Mr:"Tarrell's state-
the o rdlianee vre m n who could ,iuent;
see ahead into tW 7needs of the future, ___
the crises and tdemands of a growg g Prof. (Campbell (xoes 'to Cle eland
nation; typical of the spirit of pro- Prof. 0. J. Campbell of the English
tress of the growing industrial and department and Mrs. Campbell have1
tgrieultural west, and by men whoG gone to Cleveland to attend the fun-1
realized that the foundations of a na - eral of Mr. 1-. A. Fuller, Mrs. Camp-
}ion must be good if that nation is to bell's brother.
.ale her pla e amiong the first powers
of the earth and endure' among themi. "Jimii the adtaker" sells anythingj
Most, if not ail.'of the great westernI quickly-Adv.
universities owe their p~res~ent exist -______________________
once and influence to t his ordinance ______________________
-)f 1787:. It is,-the background and!
'asis of our cdi ~ationtal grow th in thed
"est and,.- so it x.,en 7 altogether po-Radthe
.r that %this inscription shouldl grace;'
)1n0 of tlhe nevAe~tAtjllinest b[Iildings 'W10 -W T
vet'~eg~ ted In tlw cause of edutcation EBIR
hp, xtra tfi017 tb airrlt'ordifi-j '
;rn t tas for.Iaejy t;lscrijed in the'
'ioiv take its place* on the frontĀ° of "th'iirjimotLmivrty llbtwltth Lo aou
few ul, ing the successor of the old. the fair.
MAI LINilt
fliI [SHAP
;qad, many lie. con ine& about fire nnt
xve pkis~to,$L.J Qsepb'%'~,hos'pitaI aste
I iesult gV. autoln~b~ie tacmidont short-
4.y after 9 ,'clod-. Saturday night, when PA
t,41 0 stepped -itl, ;be- way of an yip-,

s, The Comphets Projiect
r for tke Standard
Oil Building~
New York City
r yfCARRfMR
and
UiAS'TINGS
x zN Architects
,t,
"TeNwAchtcte
rU 'k thoughid cintodyre'ecsse einigi
masses - - the great silhouette, the profile of the building has
becomne of far grcater imp-ortancc thain its detail
There is a new vigor and ruggedness cvceW i in buildings which are conven-
tionally classic in their detail, AMasscs mont upward, supporting the tower,
accntuating its he ight.- The new architer e s.tidngtvwd great struc-
tureS rather than rptulipiicity of detail _ g
Certainly modern invention-modern cngineering s( ill and organization,
wvill prove, more than equal to the demands of the architecture of the future.
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