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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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C A SE APPRO VE
Faculty Endorses New Plans Biouglt
Before Afternoon Meeting by _
Riggs

OTHER DOME FIGURES

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Thecouncil found four students appear in the city papers.
R CRIIV R guilty of cheating in examination, one that the wrong news wou
of whom was the captain of the foot- lished by other sources he
ball team. Immediately after the trial lie allowed the entire si
iUW.HIL nHULL the athlete assaulted Smith, council printed.
a iOCvv ! I.IIII LL.. B IE;prcesident. -
om.psmith hal in his possession the book Work has been started on
"o-man, Okla., Feb. 18.-Guy P. containing the minutes of the council ing of the additions to Wate
\ebb, oditor of the Oklahoma Daily, meetings, which at this time (lisap- Inasium in the form of ciea
oflcial publication of Oklahoma uni- peared. This altereatioh led the eCdi- the roof above the showei
v'rty, may e found guilty of having tor to the belief that the sory would preparation for the new fo
violuied a rule of the student council
in a student discipline case. The rule
lhich is said to have been violated
r ads: "The findings of the commit-
(s shall be published in the univer-
sy pre: but all names shall be with-
held."

WILL BROADEN TRAINING
ON NON-TECHNICAL LINES;
Changes proposed by the civil eng--
ineering department were adopted in
the curriculum of that course at the
faculty meeting of the Colleges of :'<:"r:.,. 1':
Engineering and Architecture yester- I z= > ':
day afternoon, it was announced by
Prof. Henry E. Riggs, head of that de-
partment.
Twelve hours of electives have been
added, two hours of the required work
in civil engineering, two of that In -
astronomy and eight in surveying hav- -
ing been cut out. These electives will
be added to group A, consisting ofI
work in economics, English, fine arts,
history, philosophy, political science,
and physchology; and to group B, con- Edward C. .iney James It. Garfi
sisting of courses in pure sciences, as These three men are also connected in the great Teaot
well as surveying and military sci- ThI he e r locnetdi h ra ept
el. athe country at the present time. Vanderlip has been called
Not less than three hours of the late Warren Harding in connection with his
electives can be takee in each of the Itary of the interior under President T oosevelt was mentioned
groups. cisels for the government in the case,, but his nomination was
Changes were also approved in civil ant secretary of the interior.
engineering courses so that one hour
was added to the present course in Jazz Dance Loses I Read The
sculptural design, one hour to thet
course in highway engineering, and 1 In ]M cGill Debatei
one hour in masonry. The course in

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Pythias-
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Dome scandal which is occupying the attention of
before the Senate to justify his statements against,
sale of the Marion Star. James R. Garfield, secre-
as one of the probable special United tSates coun-
s never confirmed by the Senate. Finney is assist-
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specifications and contracts was put
into the required group, as was Eng-
lish ,6 report writing.,
The number of hours in group elec-
tives has been reduced from 12 to 7
hours in this denartment.
These changes will take effect start-
ing next fall, but men in the freshman
engineering classes may also avail
themselves of the new plan, if they
desire. 'Professor Riggs stated last
night that he believed that the major-
ity would change to study under the
new system at that time, however.
NORTHWESTERNMALS
Evanston, Ill., Feb. 18.-Northwest-
ern university has sent bids to approx-
imately 1200 high schools throughout
the country inviting them to compete
in the national interscholastic track
and swimming meet to be held at
Evanston on March 21 and 22. It is
expected that the list of entries will
include most of the leading high school
stars from the middle western schools
and many from distant parts of the
country.
A recent conference ruling will doI
away with the custom of giving
watches to the winners of the different
events, which is usually done at this
meet, the officials claiming that such
awards lean towards professionalism.
The prizes this year will, consist of
solid gold, gold filled, silver, and
bronze modals for the four men plac-
ing highest in each event.
DRAMA

Montreal, Que., Feb. 18 - Modern
dancing is a danger to society accord-
ing to the result c a debate on tc
subject at McGill university. The af-
firmative declared that jazz dancing
is detrimental physically and morally,
especially as it is carried on for un-1
duly long hours.
The negative argued that modern
dancing should not be condemne:d bo-
cause of the comparatively few who
make it a degrading spectacle. The
audience gave a majority vote in faor
at' the affirmative.
New York, Feb. .1.-The world in-
door record for the 80 yard high
hurdles twice was broken tonight in
succession of preliminary heats of the:
events, one of the features of the Nil-
co A. A. games at the 13th Regiment!
armory. =
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Professional jugglers could handle the old-
style shaving cream caps and never once drop
one down the drain or under the bath tub.
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Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
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"The Dover Road", which the Play-
er's Club will present tomorrow night
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, is a
light, graceful comedy by A. A. Mime
with just enough purpose to give it
body and enough philosophy o give it
we ight. Milne is often called the
shadow -of Barrie; and his various
works bear out the compliment with
their cynical sentiment and deft irony.
The cast includes Elwood Fayfield,
'25, as Latimer; Earl Fingerle, '26, as
Leonard; June Knisley,, 25, as Anne;
Margaret Geddes, '26, as Eustasia;
Donald Snyder, '25, as Nicholas; Rob-
ert Henderson, '26, as Dominic; and
Alva Johnson, '25, Albin Sepanski,
'26, and Helen Boorman, '25, as the
Staff.
During the New York run of the
play the star part of Latimer was
taken by Charles Cherry, while Win!-
fred Lenihan, now playing the leading
role in "Saint Joan", was 4nne, and
Molly Pearson, late of "Bunty Pulls
the Strings", was the loving Enstasia.
Clement Smith of the rhetoric de-
partment, has complete charge c
the present production, and the stage
setting is being constructed by the
Player's Workshop. R.B.H.
A delpd1 Meet Tonightj
Adelphi House of Representatives;
will meet at7:30o'clock tonight in the
Adelphi room on the fourth floor of
University hall. The subject for dis.
cussion will be "The Recognition of
Soviet Russia." There will also be
several talks by members of tho house.
Berlin, Germany, Feb. 18 -
According to reports from the
Palatinate the "autonomous govern-
ment" is completely needed now, and
the government officials have been
released and are reinstated.
It's true efficiency to use Daily
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