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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Named For S. C. A. Head

RUSSIAN SCHOLAR
WILL SPEAK HERE!

Students to Participate In ReferendumIr
BA1lot on : Rooting
SectionI
ATyJ3VT ASSOCITION AN s
Referendum vote on the camnpus bal-
lot today will be taken on the!
plan for a cheering section to be in
°thd ce ter fth ti dvh 'standat the
poi n ztfalit ing. CtU BB ST EELK>i HAYDEN
4esired by the council to knlow wheth-
~thsecstudn to lde udetro on he flo i re the qualifictions for the candidates for presidency of
thl 5~tin t~9ma1~ et~i~ts ~1 th jthe Stud ent Christian association:
Iivii~y~ w ~~ni itto ophinoes Donald B. Chubb, '24, chairtman "of: the hospital service committee, chair-
kt and upperclassm en.
The proposed plan as worked ot :man "of Older Boys' conference committee, discussion leader for freshmen,
by a committee of th~e Student council I captain in financial drive, in charge of state officers training conference,
'iin cooperation with the Athletic asso chaliman of the. committee which sent speakers to visit fraternity houses
ciation is as follows: the. application to iformnimen of the work of the S. -C. A.
cards for tick~ets to the Conference H-farold Steele, '25E; lawy observance committee, interfraternity, discus-
x; gamnes will give the student a chance ,rions committee, Mothers' Day comm ittee, delegate to the Indianapolis Stu-
to signify whether hbe wants to sit in. dent Volunteer convention, reception committee of faculty-student mixer.
th'e cheering section or not, If he git5; Perry M. Hayden; '25, Michigan Daily business staff (1), (2), (3) ; S. C.
t in these select seats, he will be given A. financial drive (1), (3); Extension department S. C. A. (2), (3); bust-
;; the usual extra tickets but they can- ness mnaler freshman bible. (3).,
not be with his, for the cheering block
in the center of the stands must be
S' limited to men. I cdo what the council sees best in the Christian Association, notwithstanding.
Thtthei :ocain a p- matter so it is up to the students to numerous reports to the contrary. Aa_.
Ft proved of this pan and states that it deecde upon the qualifications for the though is name did not appear, on
wilgv a aytckt sthr r cheerin g section tomorrow. the ballot appearing in yesterd]ay's
students who want to sit in 'thi$s de x -__iwll.iefun___tebalt
sired section, but it does xnot feel that u.eta inil bvondnealt
t freshmen should be allowed to sit iann A~lfAF [0 sdtdyi oig
thee.Ths q~ldbe~ ~eprtretr HIllNDt.IIEIVFIL [U T1he Paris office of the American
V thei oltcy o allotting eats by class te
P I Unflriti~ n r ' iversity Union -reports that sdur- 1
mnahager, points out that ma~ny upper- rn1uui u ing. h academic year now closing
clrsssmeu'who wrat to flt Zvith friendsj there were over 3,000 American stu-(
~ on&.thirI xtra 4icketg - b 6.bject at dents in France, 429 of whom were !
eing freshmnen stting in -thi cheer1ig Perry M. Hayden, '25, today signi- enrolledlcat the University of Paris-
wz ;e Pp o the thy _Wou havebetter I fied his intention of entering the race.I and 1,348 at other Parisian institu- I
'seats than he had. for the presidency, of the Students' titans ai. learning.j
On the other handidf, the freshmen ....-
aren't cdmitted 'the cheering block
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it worth while. At Californiaan -"
other schools where such a. system I i= THE COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF DETROIT-
used all male students are allovred to '
sit in this block. Also why. should
'1no1G athe upperc~lassmen have' gr'oundls for =
complaint when they can have themS M E
best seats themselves if they are will- = U ME C OO F R M TIC AR-
'i ing to sit 'with stuidents~ only? The.!,:.
cheering section seats will 'be ar-I under the direction of
ranged in order of clase, so they will11=
also benefit in this way.' AM -I/E
f 'hre"i. re certainly, 'tro o.des to S M UE
the qustin nd the~. council: belees Io. atiraars ~=i
the campus refereDnm,: to te bs 1 or atiuar dde s
way of souy.AinX ,out studeopiXh i Agst43. 3 olunAvne-
The Athletic ascaini ili oI Det43oitGrMhig n S
Sup~port the Fres Air Campln11111{it1i1liil1111111111l1U1111111fl '111"tI11117

Iing degrees from Russian and German j tures are expected~ to be ctfinterest nott
schools, former professor of aeronanr- only to aeronautical engineering stul-
tics' and theoretical mechanics at the dents, but also to physicists and north-I
Polytechnic school of Petrograd and ematicians.
former aerodynamic expert for the The lecture today wvill deal with
United States army air service, as well motorless flying in conjunction nith a
da8 the National Advisory comnmittee ' disciis~on of the structure 01 the,
for aeronautics. wind.
Chief among his aecomnplishments j ___
has been the designing, 'building. and; Two cities, Houstn and LIoui";illf,
flying of the first American Aryaebdigfrte ,,Incao
helicopter. The speaker Is a man of of the American Leg~ionaccord ing to'
international prominence in the aera- tho national officers.
nautical world, ani inve'ntor :of note,'-________
and, author' of numeous contributions Don't Forget to V oItc
to aeronautical science, h'ydrodyn mi-
ics and mathematics, so that his lee-

Georges De Bothezat, Unhiierslty
Paris, To Deliver
Four Lectures

of

"THEORY OF SOAR~ING" SUBJE CT
OF FIRST ADDRESS WEDi1 ESDAT
Dr. Georges de Bothezat,, note'd
Russian scholar ,and, doctor of math-
ematics of the._ University of ParisI
1will deliver the first of four Univer.
city lectures at 7:30 o'clock toiiiht in
the west lecture room of the Phtysic.
building upon "The General Theory of,
Soaring.' lie will speak at 7:30 o'-
clock tomorrow, and at 4:15 o'clocik
=Thursday and Friday in the same roomI
fupon subjects linked with aerodly-
namic study.
Dr. de 'Bothezat, who is being
brought here through the efforts of
Prof. F. W. Pawlowski of the aero-
nautical engineering department and
D.K. Kazarinoff of the mathematcs
department, is the holder of engineer-

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Leave Chamber of Comme~rce
Week Days Sundays
12:45 PL. _45 p. M.
J3AS~. H.LLI~LOTT, Propietor
Phone 9z6-M Adrian, Mi
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rolled: in crisp nuts-
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" ~ SUMMER POSIVIONSI
We are now. adding college students
tour force for the summer months
to° work along religious and educa-
tional lines. Students employed by us
( aed hav'e no further wvorries concern-1
lug finances, for the next college year.
Oulr guarantee assures a minimum of
$ 300.60 with opp~ortunitq of earning
several times this amount. A number
o (f students ear~ned well offer $1,004
last summer. No capital nor experience
necessary. Write today for full par.
ti('Ilars and organization plan.
Universal Book & Rtible Bloise
College Department.
10~10 : ArchStreet Philadelphis

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course offered at Babson Institute.
Classes are conducted on th~e conference
plan. The instructors are experielcd bu i-
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work on actual cases-not hypot het ical pr"b-
lems. You are shown how to solve the same
kind of problems that will confront you in
actual business practice.
Write for Booklet
Send for booklet "Training for Business
Leadership." Describes the couise in dct aA
and gives complete information . h,)1t the
facilities of Babson Institute and show3 hot.
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today. No obligation.
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May 13 and 14
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