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~eria~tKees EropianConiU1Imr
L:.EoUwer Chamber
"Ccnrdit on ifl Eropre seem to be In Italy he met Chaseh
r Ia ~greatly improved, but to the superfic-i- and Horace L. Davis, '
al observer, whro can Qny ee the! known in that country a
suxfac; teris o dfinteintrcaian;omeo and Orio Davelli,
suac, heeisnodeint idiato Mr. Stanley said that itI
of the progress that has been made,"nesarfoAercn
according to Professor Albert A. Stan-, their names in this way i
ley, formerly head of the School of sing in Italy. Sikes, wh
Music, "wha has just returned from a° one of the most popula
tour of urope which lasted for two Italy, wil appear here int
and a half years. tvl ai omryt
r ~~"Italy~impressed mre as being especi- part in campus musical:
ally' prosperous. "There is a tremen-
dous amount of wbilding, really big ~ T .
building, going on in Rome .at Ares-rEa"I"
bs.Mussolini has renovated Ital e r a D
4imany ways," Professor Stanley re-t P
"Austria too is doing her utmost tor
'get ack to nrmalcy' by 1925; every-
thing ;passible is being done to ac-
complish that end," he continued. ; ° *.
Salpel, a Catholic bishop, has become
1,11 leader of the Austrian people. He ti +°
is a wonderful mlan, and always con }.
structive.j He does not work for ipol -
iti %, but for 'ideals, and for a parti rYy
Tu Irii eVinbin cular end-that of stabilizing thef Y
The arqus' te C'anibitustr to andi her currency by 125.";r } t
American citizen will again sit "We hin America complain of the m i- .
te French chamber of deputies. graticn'from the country to the cities':§;4'
Marquis de Chambrun, descendent with the consequent depopulation otd
e Mrquis de _Lafayette, American? the rural communities," the traveler Ij1 , F
rlution hero, all of whose descen- said, "but .this problem is even great~~..
re et in 1Erope. Especially is this trtu 4r ~
Poin care government was over- or to cultivate the farms."
d, although he is a Poincare ad- Professor -Stanley was -connected !;at i
nt. The Marquis represents the with thve School of Music for ,33 years
rtment of Lozero. being head of that schiool at "te time IId
he retired In 1921 to 'tour through i
PSI go' Vol ;Europe with hs wife. His tour, which, ;. "_'
In MA ES IN Ieaded 'last Tuesday when the Majestic
' landed in New York harbor, took him
to Germany, France, Austria, Englnd
UN BegiumSwitzerland, and Italy.
Wtth le in Germany,,where they spent '
- eight montUs, professor Stanley spent ; ajei Wilhlis Nt . H
considerable tme lstudying "tin the Plans for a "breakfai
ate ddiionsto ntelts~entEthnographical Museum of Munich. flight from Mlitchel fiel
Renl Pdtiostoente AtajIm tDiring his stay in Dresden he attend- to Lincoln, Neb., his ho
Keenlameazoo A ed 36 different operas and a number being made by Major Wi
Kalmaooof symphony concerts. He spent a sley, Jr., commander of1
large part of is visit of nine months service at Mitchel field.
GRAX WILL BE IN mITCH in England in study at the British to breakfast in New Y
;IGH~lTER 'VEIN THTAN IN PAST Museum. 'with the folks at home i
--- Professor Stanley saw a large num-4 The distance between t
chigan's Varsity band will hold ber of University people while abroad.4 is about 1,500 miles.
nnual 'Spring 'Band Bounce Tes-;
May 27, in Hill auditorium. It
'omised by the men in chargeI
the program will be of a mnuch
er vein than those of past year~i
actically the same concert which
recently presented in Kalamazoo STA TI G T DA
be given at this time, with sev- "
~aditions. "The additions will
st of Tang, Tavares, and Wagner j
veral Hawaiian numbers; Barrie I
'26, who took a leading part inI
on Stockings,"' this year's Union
a, in a program of songs; andE
i Bacon's orchestra in a program H e reW
c~dn9to the present plans, S i t.
hers of the band this year will
Ve sweaters with the insignia "U

'ove, 'CLUB TO HOLD A9NNLPAL
Fuilky EIECTIIJ>N Hof [FLERS!

faculty and three student members of !Michiignt1)nePS to Hold Banquet Ann arbor police were c 11e~ tote
tth isar omeect nor nemntwil The Michigan Dames will hold a, Michigan Ccntral (1pot yesterday to
be Athi cner~ing anthenal banbiquet at 6: 30 o'clock 'Monday even- take charge of three armied men who
quet of the club, which will be held' ing May 19, at the Washtenaw Inn. were put off a freighit train. T1,e
in the near future. Reports will also' Members who have not been notified men'i wee e liabile to lawv, but wecre ls-
be miade on "International Night,", by telephione are to call 1013-J for mised ith order.; toi leave town in-
which was held recently. reservations. mnedatelyi.
All members who still have tickets___________
or money from "International Night" Patronize Dailv Advertlsers.--Adv. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-,kdv
are asked to turn them in at the main _______________________
desk of Lane hall immediately.______________________________________

Cosmorpolitan club will holdl its an-
nual election of officers at 7:30 o'-
clock tomorrow night in the Upper
room, Lane hail. At this time the fol-
lowing officers will be elected.: presi-j
dlent, vice-president, secretary, facul-E
ty and student treasurers, and two

Award Prizes at De Pauw

____________________- Greencastle, Ind., May 1?.-A leath-j
SAmong the faculty men whom Pro- er-bound set of 0. Henry's stories and
fessr Sanle me -aboadwereLi-a set of Shjakespeare will be present-
febra tanley metBaroad w Roe, r-Li-ed in chapel today to the winners of
fessors Fred N.Scott of the Rhetoric1 hamioHn Pry prizen repeciely.
department and W. B. Pillsbury of thejHaltnPerpizescivy.
P'sychiolc-gy department, in London,I These prizes are given each year andi'
and P -ofessors J. S. Reeves of the po01- the contest is coducted by tohte Del
itical science department. and H. P. Pauw magazine.
Thie-me of the Romance language1
department. ( Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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h they have received heretofore.
is pointed out by those in charge
he band that the money which is
ed through these Bend Bounces. is
Sfor the running expenses of that
mization, such as keeping the in-
.ments in shape, repairing the uni-!
ns, and buying the charms. This~
ey is not used for the trips which
taken by the band, they declare.
he band is making every effort I
make the program for this oc-
on one which will appeal, to the
re campus. j
IUKIGAN RANKSFRURTH
ew York, May 17,-Research work
breading in American colleges of
rmacy, according to an announce-
t .yPo.H .An fClmi,ersity, presid'ent of the Americana
rinaceutical association. Twenty-
instructors and students are now
engag~ed, either s candidates~
higher degrees or as research fel-
,Professor Arny says.
he University of Wisconsin leads'
ieleven research workers, the.
versity of Washington, Seattle, is
)d with eight, and Columbia is
d with four. The University of
higa-n has three, the Philadelphia
ego of Pharmacy and Sciences,l
and the University of Minnesota
one.
he University of Michiglan men
Lin~g researchx are W. J McGill,
; L. R. Wagener, grad; and Theo-1
P. Thorsberg, grad. Thorsberg
candidate for~ the degree of M. S.
immie the adta ier" sells anything
Wky.-Adv.
Oj1LYICJ TICKETS ON
SALE FOR WOMEN
Louise Roberts, '26, has tak-
u over the sale of Olympic try-
uttickets among the women on
1w. campus. Miss Roberts urges
!ti:t all organized houses on the
.apus co-operate with her and
suscribe for these tickets inJ
,locks. Tickets may also be ob- [

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