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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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lOUNGES
lAY RAONSi

Chinese Harry
Latuder To Sing

HOOVER ADDaRES
NATIONAL C. OF C.j

And 1. H. Smith To Speak
thers At Banquet On
Friday Night
OUR, BASEBALL AND
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lilliam L. Day, '00, former UJnite d
tes district judge, and Hal H.
ith of Detroit, will speak atthe
.ual Fathers and Sons banquet
c: will be held at 6 o'lock on
da y, May 16, at the Union. Judge
r is a former federal judge of
o. Mr. Smith, well known in
higan political circles, will be a
didate for United States senator
n the Detroit district at the coming
ction. Both men have sos attend-
the University, Wi. R. Day, 'OE,
Yates G. Smith, '24L.
he fathers and sons will assemble
th, main dining room for the ban-
t. It may be necessary to use the
cial dining rooms to care for a lar-
number of guests than was origin-
r expected. The committee in
rge of the affair announced that
banquet will be informal. The
ee for the ticiets, which will be
ced onsale in ;the near fature, has
;n , t at $ .a0.
a connection with the program for
entertainment of the visiting fatth -
guides will be stationed at the Sec-
v.r's offee in University hal to
wev the'visitors around the 'campus
I through the various buildings.
,ho comnimitte as also arranged
the father's aLd sns toplay 'golf,
the Ann Arbor and at the Bartoi
Is country clubs. A feature of the
> day entertainment will be a ball
e between two freshmen teams on
of the diamonds at Ferry field.
roving Pictures'
Aid Class Work
Ioving pictures on the mining and
ufacture of asphalt were present-
last night in Natural Science aud-
ium before students in engineer-
mechanics 5. This was the secr
of -a series of picturs thdtrs
ng used by Prof. F. N. Menefee of
t department to supplemEnt class
m wor'k.
Ioving pictures of the steel indus-±
were shown recently and it is e -
ted that films showing the man-
dure of concrete and brick will be
seinted soon.
Vashlington, May G,--Senator Robert
LaFollette of Wisconsin, who is
overing from an attack of pneu-
nia, left yesterday for Atlatic
y with Mrs. LaFollette, to complet e
convalescence Hle is expcted
return to Washington in about two
eks to resume his work in the
rate.
WEAR CAPS AND GOWN';
TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS -
Siwng-Out has come and gone
but the caps and gowns have
just come. It is the custom
each year for all seniors to wear
their graduation garb duringC
two designated days of every
week from Swing-Out day until1
Comencement. Tuesday and Fri-
day are the days set for this
year.
The cap and gown gives they
campus an academic atmosphere
that nothing else can. Every,
senor should realize the impor-
tance of this tradition and not
forget the days. They are
Tuesday and Friday.
Walter K. Scherer.
Senior Class President.

Hits Governmental Meddling
"Legislative action is always clum-
sy-it is incapable of adjustment to
sifting needs," Secretary Hoover con-
tinned. "It often enough produces
new economic currents more abusive
than those intended to be cured. Gov-
ernment too often becomes the per-
secutor instead of the regulator. I
am one of those who believe in the
substratum of inherent honesty. In-
dustry and commerce are not based
upon taking advantage of other per-
sons. The thing we all need to sear-
chingly consider is the practical
question of the method by which the
business world can develop and en-
For real Fountain Pen Satisfaction
Use
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The Fountain Pen Possible"
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force its own standards and thus stem
the tide of Governmental regulation."
Secretary Hoover then took up the
problem of business ethics as it re-1
lates to the business world. Stan-
dards of ethics must be determine by
organizations primarily interested and
then held flexibly in tune with the
intense technology of trade. These
must furthermore be enforced by the
group making them. Chambers of
Commerce, labor Unions, associations
embracing all the professions-law,
engineering, banking, real estate,
farmers' associations, and owners' as-
sociations, Awill make up the groups
which will set the standards, and on-
force them. Work done by these
make up the "associational movement"
as the secretary characterized it.
Register Today

THE GRAY MOUSET

Is It An Animal?

No.

An Insect, Then?
Not That, Either.

Why All This Talk About

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We have just received another shipment of Blue Blues,
that most fascinating mystery record by
the Mound City Blue Blowers.
JUST ASK FOR BRUNSWICK RECORD 2581
the Stof flet hono ShopS

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It's a Treat

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110 E. Washington St.

To Eat

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Ben Ing, 125
Chinese student who will imperson-
ate Sir Harry Lauder, the famous
Scotch comedian, at. the Cosmopolitan
club's annual presentation "Interna..
tional Night Entertainment" at Hill
uditorium tonight. Ing has maide
semie study of the Scotch melodies, and
while he has hiever ieard Lauder' in
persdn,- ho. has, pihked, up the -acoeii
from phonographl records, and has
been instru ted i ,cti1on and ssture
by those who have seen the Scot. He
will be accompanied by Miss Z. Y
Tao. ?
jERTH EXAM. J.NA .TIO NS
RE UfliGEO BY FORSYJTHE
All students are advised to report;
to thI ealLth Service for a final exam-
ination with in the next two weeks to
Ibe suro that they are in good condition
to face the rush of the year-end acti-
vities. The service has time now to
see that each student is in the best
possible condition to start the sum-
me( . According to Dr. Warren E.
Forsythe, of the Health department,
the mcrning hours are the best for the
examinations.
The season ofWpoison ivy is at hand
and as Ann Arbor is not free from this
Ipoison, frequent cases will develop.
A good scrubbing with soap and hot
water or with gasoline will often pre-
! vent is spreading, but Dr. For-
sythe desires any serious cases to
be reported to him.
FRSHE £1016 OPPOSE

Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St. South of Majestic

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SENIORS NOTICE

All seniors who have subscrib-
to the Alumnus are urged to
y their subscriptions and re-
ive their Alumnus button be-
re June 1, at the Alumnus office
Alumni Memorial hall. After
e above date the subscription
ices will advance from $2.50

John Bradfield, Business j
Manager.
8ENIOR IJITS NOTICE
enior literary class dues are
w pay able, and must be paid
before May 15. Checks I
)uld be mailed to Lincoln D.
nes, treasurer, 1923 Geddes
mue.

Three classes have accepted and
one rajected the proposed honor sys-
ten in the Medical Schol according
to announcements of the four class
presildents, following special meet-
I ings called b)y the presidents to con-
sider the subject. All but the fresh-
man class voted to adopt the system
as proposed by Dr. Udo J. Wile, acting
for Dian Hugh Cabot, at a mass meet-
ing of all medical students held last
Friday.
It is expected the matter of the
honor system will be taken up at
] the faculty meeting Monday night, at
which time it will be decided just
what status $he separatetactions of
, the classes will have, in the ultimate
plan of the Medical school to place
an arbitrary rule in the University
catalogue stipulating that alf first
year meldical students must acceptI
t honor system before being admit-
ted into the school. Galens, senior
honorary medical society, is respon-
sible for initiating the move for the
honor system in the medical school.

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