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Second Annual Celebration Close ,4
With Passing Of Freshmnan
Class
ENTERTAIN FATHERS WITH
GOLF, PARTIES, AND L4ANEj',
Michigan's second annual Fathers'
Day came to a successful close last
night with the passing of the freshirnsn
class. At the conclusion of the cere-
monies many of them -prepared to re-
turn to their various homes and Michl-
gan felt satisfied that her fathers
were well entertained during their

noO gist, Faurotf"0. A.C. Students Learn to Ealsefe ic iMinnesota Plans 4Circust
G ~Corvallis, Ore., May 17.-"Raiwinig" Minneapolis, Minn., May 17.-Mlore
ciknisawy a imn jotan3,0 pepeaeepcetoDcirS c e Se v c ,anyway, so she might as 'vel l Iarn to' attend the annual university circus
(10 it scientifically," remar~ked one of, today and tomorrow. A snecial race
the students who is taking the couein tuck has been constructed in the
in agriculture now offered to women a uirory for the event and there are
.~ ~ ~ at the Oregon Ai 1icull tur al college. L-o side shows and novelty acts, of1
i "1"13'iteen women have taken adcv ntar"; eve y description. Among the many
" :."., ::..,.:.. 'I;z u " xof this four year bachelor's d e P"ICatuve disnlays Will be an attempt toI
h~t ' from a course similar to thaa t offrei.+ir:',tice the wild aind aoolly w est in
to the men of the school, except that 1',e days of '49.
cours~es in cooling, c11 u ~ir' rt l. in
Sand hm usigacalort ti iami. Via., May 17.-A.J ra
-- ----- -__ -- h~loot for Grand R~apids, Mich., to at-
!t'4. rijp 4-'iiielency to rr a ili'loud Ithe general assembly of the Preq-
Classsfleds.---Acv I1 rtc'1 ia hc.
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Iterio Decort-ating",
'7 :}' '{r: " : x IaYou are particular,.of course, about
Ihe ,-(Iyou~r decorating is done, and _'
mucmore particular you are, just that
It~~mu 11I MA more anxious are we to do it. for
) Fauroth n notd 'i'rncoist of the N wF rk

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'e fathers had a really collegiat6
ruing yesterday; many of them
yed golf at the nearby country
bs, others went sight-seeing alone
Huron, and still others wandered
and the campus trying to absorb a
ximum amtount of collegiate atmos-
ire in a minimum amount of time.
nthe afternoon the fathers witness-
the closely contested freshman-
erne baseball game at Ferry field.
was noticable at this contest that
t of the fath'ers swung into theI
'it of the affair and took sides wit)-
er one or the other of the two

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himp~lector Faiur
The names ~iof, Tnspeo

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The Cap, Night ceremonies furnish-
ed" a fitting limax for a -week-ed
which as filled =with ;genial good fel-
oiw shipbetween fathers and sons
..Thw fathers seems to .have, really en-
4 joyed the supposedly'.dseep drawn
lines between the different classes.'
; Te opprtunity, to look ver the
Jbyed the supposedly -deep; drawn'
q.in anr athletic wray that was presented
dwith the awarding of the 'M"blankets
seemed to appeal to ,most of those
.present. Great' intrest was also
"shown in the speaker, especally ifn
:_.the man of whom they ave bard and
read so much. Edwin L. D6nb, '9L.
Although Fater'.s'pay officilly
ended last night, there are grat
l many fathers .who 'sayed over until
today. Many of the fraiternities have
made special prvlimos fr entertin-
ing these visitors.
I'P
Wood; Celerate
Ca Ngh Erl
There is'something tremendusly
fascinating about a xbonfre.:There
isi a thrill in watching the flames leap
up- and thrlls re munch sought after
by so me people.
+r Thus it was that a sall group of
c;thrill-seekers happened to be, in the
vicinity of Sleepy Hollow last ngt.
There, before their eyes, was a .huge
o' ple of! wood, rady fr th .e CpNigt
ceremony tonight. t Was asonder-
.ful chance for a lionive--+and cthe6y
took the' chance. A mal Cp Nght.
withiout the' Capis, resulted, and this
morni ng ithere was no ood; pothing.
but embers were lsft.
More boxes will be cllected this
a fternoon, and the officlia bonfire will
occur tonight, 'as schedled, tnut for
some parties unknown""it'wll be the
~isecond celebration in'-Sleepy Hollow
Osaka Japan, May iS--Fly AP) -
Fears that- American influence may
close to Japanese emigrants tbe doors
of South America, at present offering
the most hopeful outlet for 'Japan's
-° surplus, population, are expressed in
San editorial appearing In the Osaka
Asabi, the newspaper with the largest
circulation in Japan. The editorial
deals at length with Japan's problems
.. of population food supply and emi-
ygration.
"We cannot be sure that we sha ll
be permitted to send emigrants een
to BrazilI and peru without molesm-
tion," says the Asahi, after detailing
the restrictions imposed on Japanese
migration by the United States and
' the British Empire.
Texas Asks For
f~ Austin, Texas, May_ 17.-FOr the
first time in its history-of more than
tforty years, the University of Texas
11is making a direct appeal to .the peo-
pe of the state for finanicial aild this
time to put across a proet which the
legislature cannot handle, that of a
rhuge "Meoral Stadium at the ULni-
versity.
" The fact that the stadium 'is to be
a memorial to all the men and women
".of the Istate who took part in the,
(kworld war has aroused statewide in-'
tterest in the project and caused many
'. to line up In the campaign now being
carried on.

police department, and 3V. 11I. Moran, secret service chief, are being men- I
tinned in connection with the selecti on of a successor to William J. Blurns,
as head of the bureau of investigation of the department of justice. Faurot
is believed to have the best chance of being named.
l Th1 i 1rJle companion comedy-lo ;e
ported several. days ago-will be Alice
(Continued from Page Four) Gerstenberg's "The Potboiler." It -will
THE PLAYER'S CLUB will p ee .) produced under the direction ofj
an oiginl ply b Chales wor Warren Parker,. and the characters,1
an oigial pay y Chrle Swod iwith another long list of names, will
and Donald Snyder, co-partners as Ibe taken by Philip Krasne as Mr.;
authors in the past and present opera, Slid, ,David Touff as the Novice, War-
instead of the "Caleb. Stone's Death- refn Parker as' Mr. Ivory, Frederickj
Watch '"'reported sev'eral days ago. I-icks as Mr. Inkwell, Priscilla Reich-,
The piece struggles under the power- iert as Mrs. Pencil, and Forrest Heath i
ful title of "~La 'Donna e (with an ac- : s Ivi"_.:Ruler, and E. Crook or Croaks
cent grave) Mobile"' -translated, we - as Miss Ivory.
ire told, as "Woman is Fickle." The1 The 'setting for the original play--
cast is quite all-star, and includes $-h o olr eqie nyabr
Germaine Baer as Rosalie, Donald I stage-is designed by Ross Thylorl
Snyder as Paul Borone, Charles Liv-'under the direction of Valentine Da-!
ingstone. as Giotto Scapoli,. and Ber- vies, freshman and the rising young:
nice Hill, the saing -a very good, scenic-artist of our, day.
actress in the Junior Girls'. Play, as ___________
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