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rl Ambassador
To U. S. Capitol

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RJerone(ntiol
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awing a recent visit Lo the U~ni-j
of Illinois in which he investi-
heir physical education system,
Tad Weiman has prepared a ro-
of the present curriculum of
hletic coaching courlses here.
e ,ised curriculum will be pre-
to the faculty of the physical
[on school at their next meet-
Mich~ will probably be held somec
ext~ week,
revisedl outline of the athletic,
ng courses is based chiefly up-
experience wihich. has been
in the short existence, of the
hiere, and information gained by
Weiman in his Illinois trip.
in Ujrbana, the coach secured
m~anations of certain branches
Illinois system which are more
developed through longer ex-
ce. The Illinois school also is
ed by larger appropriations to
on the work, and a larger stu-
nrollment, enabling them to at-
4, wider range of subjects than
nissiblle here.
RIegents1 Hake :Grai(
he past' few years, the Athletic
tioihas provided instructors
iturers for courses i the-theory
ectlce ~of coaching as there has
io Uiversity appropriation for
ork. F'or the next year, .however,
)ard of Regents has granted~ an
riation of $4,000 for this work,
will ,se cure one instruzctor and
ary equipment. Illinois ap-
ates $16,877 annually for the
.g on of these courses.
)ite the new appropriation, lee-
work in coaching courses will
e handled by Varsity coaches.!
,er, this is the first move in an
t to build up this branch of the
al education department. There.
0 freshmnen enrolled in the
s, a larger number than has
nrolled before, and the revised
ilum which Coach Weiman
mends is expected to increase I

Ramon Ross
For the first time in many months
Mexico has ani ambassador officially
i-,ecognized. by WVashington. He is
Ranson Ross, former governor of the
federal district of Mexico. When hie
completed a confidential mission for
Obregqn in Washington he was nam-
ed envoy.
Radio Snapshots
Prof. L. M. Eich of the public speak-
ing department and Prof. Thomas, H.
Reed of the political science depat -I
ment will make speeches on the WCtBC
program at 9 oclock tonight. thle
Michigan Daily Radio Supplement a I-
so goes out.
Wily radio fans who wish to exell
their fellow students in Spanish class-
es will do well to tune in KYW, Oili-
cgat 7':30 o'clock every otherevn
ee-ing when that station broadcasts its
Spanish lessons. Within a few years
we will have no doubt a well-recog-
ized radio accent in our language see-
tions.,
The same statiola mentioned above
is known as the "24-hour station" be-
caui-se of the vast amount of miatter'
that goes over their equipment.: One
of the features that is to be heard
during all 24 is the news service;
eey Il 64;© he 6d 3 ate bullet-
iC h iq4ran~sni4 ed n dddiktin'tothje
took moth~s for a song to run t;
width of the country. It startedin'
New Fors: or Ch~icago but the natives
thel" had forgotten it before it strudk:,
O0regon. Now, such a gem as "Does
the Spearmint Lose its Fl~yvor on th~e
Bedpost over i it", goes from Long
Island to San Francisco in less timre
than it takes to strike the first not
in the ditty.
On investigation conducted by Th~le
Daily last year showed that there were
approximately 10,00 radio receiving
sets in operation in Ann Arbor at that
time.' Recent interviews with loca~l
radio dealers revealed that scores of
sets :are bought in the city every
month.j

0D17FAmerican Legion
IR LTKNlBack Of Plan For
'BY ETA HETAP1' dergdoll Return
Ur nzation Wins Firit Union Cup
Bygii Taking in 1,10sA Money
By th Auction
D F11I'A TAU DELT'A CAPTI-RES
NEXT~ AWAR~D 1 ID iE SHOW
A statement of the :money made by
organizations which took part in the
Union Fair has' been announced.
Forty-five groups lent their support ~ ~ 'E
to th~e fair by furnishing concessions
and many of these were also repres- :i~
ented in the parade held Friday after- r ...
noon.*
1The Beta Theta Pi fraternity ranked
first among both side shows and, con-
1 cessions and wins the first prize cuip
for the booth taking in most money.f
This auction conducted the auction
sale.
Second came the Delta Tau Delta ;
fraternity with their side show, Hell.
Although taping in more money than
anyone else in .their group they were;
awarded the second prize sup for the ; frover t1-eveland iBer~doll
most original, entertaining and-profit-
able side show. The first prize cusp American Legion officials are back-
for sideshows was given by the judg- ing a move by Grover Cleveland Berg-
es consisting of the faculty committee doll' whereby he can regain his for-
supervising the Fair and of Fair off i- tune, now in the hands of United
cials to Phi Beta Pi who ranked four- States authorities. The plan is for
th in the money taken in. Their a- him. to return to the United States,
'traction 'was Babinski's Ten Won-' serve 'his sentence' for evading the
tiers of the World. The second pize draft, anti go his way.
cup for concessions was given. to the
Zeta Psi fraterniity who operated the
Expenses were deducted from the TELESCOPEL I1II SUL
total receipts and the followVing fig-=5
ores denote the net profit made by I
each' organizatipp : 1. Beta TIheta Pi ITRS N 0 9
$31.1.30, 2. Delta Taui Delta $256.80, 3.,
Zeta. Psi. $17~9, 4. Phi Beta Pi $178.80, (otne rmIaeOe
5. sigma Phi .$126.35, 6. Alpha Epsilon
Phi $114.40, 7. Sigma Chi $104.90,. 8 in that territory and most of the rain
Phi Kappa Sigma $q7.20, 9.' Roundup' comes in the form of thunder-shower,.
Cluib $93.50, 10. Psi -Upsilon $88.15, 11. There are two other'large astronom-
Sigma. Alpha Epsilon $84.50, 12. Gar-f ical: observatories in South -Africa.
goyle $77.95, 13. Pi Kappa' Alpha One,'at Cape Town which is in charge
$'76.75, 14. Delta Tau Upsilon $70.55,1 of the British Admiralty, is well equip-
115. Phi Sigma Delta '$64:90, 16. Delta 1ped' with several instruments., The
Upsilon $64.35, 17. Kappa Phi Sigma Union Observatory is located at Johan-
'$63.85, 13. Architectural' society $63.- r °nesburg. A new 26-inch telescope will
50, 19. Delta Kappa Epsilon $6;.35, be set up here soon. Although niot as
20.. Tau Leta Pi $62..60, 21. Sigma Phi j well" equipped with as many instru-
Epsilon :$59.40, 22. Phi Gamma Delta ments as these two observatories, the
$56.00, 23. Delta Sigma Phi $53.00, 24.
Theta Xi, $45.15, 25. Phi' Kappa Sigma
$44.90, 26. Phi Kappa $44.60, 27. Sig-3
nia Nui $36.37, 28'. Kappa .Sigma $36.35,~
29. Heriitage $30.10, 30. Zeta Beta___

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I'AHR'DAY" PLANNED
FO WEEK-ENDOF MAY 18

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"Father's Day" will. be held the
week-end of May 16 and 17 unader thej
direction of the Union. Plans for a
banquet, special vaudeville show at
the Mimes theater, and other events
are being made by a committee, head-
ed by Wallace F lower, '24, who
served on the committee in charge of
last year's celebration.
In addition to the special features
which the Union will provide, a base-
ball'game,° Cap Night, and other'class
and school events will be held that
week-end, to which the fathers will
bec especially admitted.
new observatory which will be erected
by the University will have the largest
ref racting telescope in the southern
hemisphere. Work in locating and
measuring double stars .will. be car-
ried on at the new observatory, which
will complete the study of the heavens
for these bodies.
The site for the new telescope will
not be determined until after Profes-
sor Hussey has conferred with Presi-
dent Burton 'and Mr. Lamont and the
'data which has-been collected has been
investigated.
STUDENTS TO SEE~
BALLOON FLIGHT
Students, in aeronautical enginieer-
ing will' go to Detroit today, leaving
on they Michigan Central at 11:46 o'-
clock to view the balloon ascension of
Ralph Uposn, noted balloonist who is
offering a special lecture course in the,
aeronautical engineerig department
this sem ester.
The layout of the network of the.
balloon and the inflation will begin at
39 o'clock' and will continue through-
out the night, the ascension being
made probably early tomorrow morn-
ing.- All interested are invited to ac-
company the aero students on the
trip.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

WIER TO

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Prof. Marion C. Wier of the rhetoric
department has been offered a position
,on the English faculty of Brown
Brown University at Providence,
Rhode Island, and signifies his inten-
tion of accepting it. Hie will resign
at the close of this semester from the
position of assistant professor, and
take up his duties at Brown next fall.
Professor Wier has been on the fac-
ulty here for fourteen years, and prior
to his appointment in the rhetoric de-
partment, hie was an instructor in
the Greek department.
Here at the University, Professor
Wier has taught classes in freshnman
and sophmore rhetoric, and other ad-
vanced courses. Last fall he offered.
for the first time a course in English
versification, and he is now teaching
book reviews. At Brown university
he will conduct courses in both litera-
ture and composition, including the
course in versification,
Professor Wlier received his eduica-
tion at eastern, universities, and holds
a doctor's degree from the University
of Chicago. He was also recently on,
the faculty of the Univer~sity Schooll
of Music, as. an instructor f a 'cello
playing. He is known throughout the
state from his lectures under the uni-
versity Extension service on musical
subjects.
He is also a frequent contributor of
articles to miusical magazines, and re-
cently published an edition of Swin-
burne's "Alanta" and "Erechtheus,"
'with notes ,oni that authoir'si refer-
ences ot classical Greek.

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H-enry Woilman, 784L, has been
appointed a New York member of the
Republican national convention dele-
gate designees for the entire state of
New York.
At a recently organized branch of*
the A. Al U. W. at Hibbing, ;Minn. the
1University was r~epresented by Etta.
Snell Middlemis,~ '02, Mable M. Brew-
Ser, '09, Elaine S. Cra.ig, '13, and liza-
beth McRae, '16.
Winifred Mahon Sanford, '13, (Mrs.
Wayland H.).has had several short.
stories published. lately. "The Wo.-
men's Home Comipanion" will pub-
lish one of them nii. May.
Camilla Hayden, '22, has accepte~d
the position Qf Dean of Women in the
Battle Creek High school.
Annouincement has been m~ade of
the engagement of Elmer R. A4ustin,
17E, 'to Miss Lilian M. Goodyear of
Harrisburg, Pa. Mr. Austin is a mem-
ber of the faculty of the Seneca VToca-
tional school of Buffalo,
Henry M. MacFarlane, liE, is now
manager of the part-time salesmen
and conductor of the salesmnen's schiool
of the Simon's Sale Co., state distri-
butor for the Willys-Overland cars.
At a meeting of the ich~ligan E~ngin-
eer's club of Chicago, officers were
"elected for the year of 1924. The,? are
John E.- Kearns, '00-'01E, president;

Floyd J. Page, 'OOE, vice-president;
SENATOR. ROYAL S- COP~ELAND Herron W. Miller, 16E, treasurer, and
OPUS DEOCRTIC13IPAIC' Fred Hendershot, '19E, secretary.
Muskegon, Michi., March 21.-Sena-I
tr Royal S. Copeland, f New York Ipp
wil Musen teceoun t ihampd~ m ode S ipp
ill opeegn tecorat ica adesi1gORHnI
April 29, it was announced today. The Ab ove ArcadeV
Mtskegon Democratic club, recently AoeAcd
organized, 'has charge of the sleeting.
1 Street and Af'ternoon

IRVINE WARMOLTS, D. S. G.
Chiropodist and
Orthopedist
017 North University Phone 2602

Gowns an~d Blous
For All Occasions
Aliso Hemstitching

M. Al. SCHAILLORN

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nvestigating.,, comtiuttoea gell-
sated are, more simplicity in
riculum, better - tuiirn of
d a greater field in choice ofI
Heretofore, the school hasj
Qedto give the student-wo1
'h systems, - coac'hn 'n all
Eld work in physical directing.
kes specialization imposs'ihlevI
which is remedied il the
mdations.
st seniors of the school will;
this spring. These stude~ts
ly those who have exchanged
er schools, and have had only'j
,s work in the athletic coach-
se.

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Tats~ $29.65, 31. Tlau Epsilon Pi $29,34,
32. Theta Delta Clii $28.65, 33. Phi Del-
t; ' het '.2706, 4.Delta Tau Delta
Ph~li' MuAlp~ha $24.60, 3G.'
Kapiua :11'$ 23.36, 17. Chlron $23.10,
38. - Delta Theta. Phi $19.75, Beta Phi
Delta $117.80,. 40. -Trigon $10.95,, Delta
Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, Freshmen under
$1'0. Because of outstanding bills
it is l nnossiblea :oo give thle results of
Ong 'or two other organ iz-atiotis. The
tardinaess in turning in bJills and ex-
pens'es has caused the delay in com-
puting the results given 'above.

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*Notre Dame, M\arch 21.-Paul G.
Tunk has been appointed new editor-
in-chief. of the Notre Dame Daily, sue-
ceedinig Harry A.>-McGuire, who re-
signe~d because of ill health.

KIOR CAPS AND {GOWNS
'UILV BE ORDERED ]NOW
n order that all seniors will
,e their caps and gowns in
e for swingout, to b~e held
year on May 6, it is nec-
try that they place their or~-
swith George Moe's Sport
p immediately. 'It is not es-
ial to make any deposit at

Librrwian Bishop hIFrance
William Warner 'Bishop, University
lirran, landed at Chlerbourg, France
-sarch 10, after a comforta~le oc-mi
voyage. He left Cherbourg for P'rris
wheire he intended to spend a few V diy s
before going 'to Rome. 'Mr. P'ish,'
will spend time, in Rome working on
Greek manuscripts in the Vatican li-
brary.
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.

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MALLORY
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you can slip so much lather in
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Save time. Give yourself this~
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That-"Caretuijy
{ areless"
Snap IBrim
M ANY well-dressed
.men will wear their
Sprinig Hats with the
brim flipped down, as
portrayed above. It
gives, a debonair, "care-
fully careless," sports-
manlike touch that looks
very smart. It's "going
over" all over the-coun-
try. But-your hat
muist be made' uncom-
monly light and pliable
for the. purpose. We
specialize in Style, "as
well as in this style.

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rn't Drop Its
ors at Fashion Park tell
ich style in the current
le SaturdayEvening Post
ble page anrnounicemnent
heir Royal Park Suits.
Park is the o~nly au.
.nglsh style-you can't
any other store in town.
ind Royal Park rem ark-
coming-you can see
tn it without obligation.

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