WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
YOST HOUSE DEDICATION
SET FOR MARINES GAME
COMMITTEE PLANS APPROPRIATE
EXERCISES FOR NAMING
Dedication of the Yost field house
will take place at the Marine game on
Nov. 10, it was announced last night
by the Athletic association. At this
time the new athletic plan will be,
formally named after Coach Fielding
11. Yost, director of intercollegiate
Plans for the affair are being made
by a committee on arrangements ap- 1
pointed by the Board 'in Control of
Athletics at their meeting last Satur-
day noon. Appropriate exercises
which are thought to! be consistent
with the dedication of a structure of
this kind will be held at the game.
The new field house which, when
completed, will be the largest and
befst equipped of its kind in the coun-
Three Figures In Klan War
URGE SENIORS T AKE
Seniors are being urged to have
their pictures for the Michiganensian
taken as soon as possible. The usual
last minute rush for appointments
with the photographer makes it ad-
visable to have the pictures taken
early in order to receive more sat-
isfafetory service. All pictures must
be in the hands of the 'Ensian staff
before the first of December.
All those desiring to make photo-
graphers' appointments are asked to
come tothe 'Ensian office between 2
o'clock and 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
Photographers slips will be issued to
them there. A charge of $3 will corer
all expenses, including the picture in
BISHOP LEAVES F OR
William W. Bishop, University libra-
rian, left Ann Arbor yesterday after-
noon to attend the conventioti of the
Michigan Library association in Kal-
amazoo. The meetings will be held
on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
of this week.
Other members of the library per-
sonnel attending the convention are
Miss Edith Thomas, the head of the
library extension service department,
and Mr. F. L. B. Goodrich, the associ-
The Romance Club will hold its first
afternoon meeting at 4:15 Wednesday,
Oct. seventeenth, in room 304 of the
Michigan Union. Prof. .Marcel Cla-
vel and Mr. Homer A. Des Marais,
both of the Romance languages de-
partment, will be speakers on the1
USED BY PHARMICSi
All freshmen entering the College
of Pharmacy this year have been re-
quired to take the Brown psycological
examinations for freshmen and the
high school content test as established
by the University of Iowa. This is
done in an erfort to determine the ex-
tent of knowledge acquired by stu-
dents in high school and also to class-j
Ify the various students.1
It is thought that the ability of the
first year -men to do college work
satisfactorily will be proved to a great
extent by these two examinations.
They will be used as a basis for con-!
sultation between instructor' and
Constantinople, Oct. 16.-(By A.P.)
--Constantinople policemen m u s t
shave at least twice a week and are
not to wear their caps tilted at the'
fashionable angle, says a new regula-
tion issued by the chief of police.
The order concludes: "Policemen
while in the streets must preserve aE
serious demeanor inspiring respect.
The qualities of the policemen are dig-
nity, proper pride and tact."
Milan, Oct. 16-(By A.P.)-Three
bombs were thrown at the offices of
the newspaper Corriere Della Sera
and five men were chased, but escap-
ed; little damage.
IF YOU WILL
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The PEint that has
nk o style of writing can
distort it--no years of use can
wear it away
P ARICER DUOFOLD might well be called the
Fountain Pen of Youth. Not that its Over-
size ink - sac is everlasting -it is not. Yet
should it wear out a few years hence it will
take but five minutes to replace it.
But the point-the most vital part of a pen
-this Duofold point will far outlast the gen-
eration that writes with it.
No need to decline to lend your room-mate
this pen, for it never once loses its original
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ig-hence it needs no "breaking in."
Try this super-smooth Par. -
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regardless of price. There's a
lure in its fit and balanced
swing. It urges your hand to
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> :So don't ever buy an unruly
pen--don't use one-such
pens distract and discourage.
They're the reason Parker No charge for neat
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pen counters have it. ribbon or chain.
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY
JANESVILLE, WI SCONSIN
try, was begun a year ago, last spring.
Trhe steel construction work started
in the fall of 1922 and the building has
been in process of construction since.
It is expected that the building will
be finished by the middle of November.
The movement to name the housej
after Coach Yost was initiated last
spring by the students when thous- Three of the outstanding figures in the Oklahoma Ku Klux Klan war.
ands of them sighed petitions which Upper left, N. C. Jewett, grand dragon of the Oklahoma Klan; center, Gov-
were given to the Board in Control of "Jack" Walton, who has stubbornly fought all entrance of the Klan into the
Athletics. Alumni organizations all politics of the state; lower left, Dr. H. W. Evans, imperial wizard of the
over the country immediately followed Klan.
suit with the result that on May 6 the
board passed on the name as official
for the title of the plant. It was de-
cided to call it the Yost field houseI
and to hold the dedication exercises at L
one of the big games this fall. -
Library Exhibits U
"Gulliver" Works HERE TO DISCUSS CELEBRATION Nominations for the fellowship and
umd WvF T 'Vy.1nAm In YI
I am sure that President
would say yes; the Regents would;
the Student Council would; the
Alumni would; and the whole stu-
dent body would. Would say what?'
That I could sing and speak in Hill
Auditorium. And on no Political Is-
sue. It will only be to boost "Dear
Dauo old Jr. rS
Same except for size
Lady DuotoId 5
With ring for chatelaine
TU BE HELD AT UWA scholarship offered by the Juilliard program.
CITY Musical Foundation of New York were Professor Clavel's subject will be
"The Laest Discoverie fAe e
FOR SALE SY
Selected copies from the collec-
of "Culliver's Travels" in the rare
book room of the library are now on,
exhibition in the main corridor of that
building. This exceptional collection
was accumulated and presented to
the University by Regent Lucius- L.
Hubbard of Houghton, Mich. In its
entirety it comprises several hund-
red volumes ranging from the earliest
edition in 1726 to the most recent of
the modern ones.
Many of the volumes in this collec-
tion are translations into French,
Italian, Spanish, Dutch, and Swedish.
These have been made at various per-
iods of history and are consequently.
of interest from the standpoint of stu-
dents of languages for the differences
and changes made in them from cen-
tury to century.
Books in this collection other than
those on exhibition are accessible up-
on application at the desk in the
WILL SING TODAY
Ann Arbor has the opportunity of
hearing Kathryn Browne, mezzo-so-
prano, and a member of the Chicago
Civic Opera Company, in concert at
3:30 today at the Union. Miss Browne"
is one of the succesful American ar-
tists who studied in this country un-
der the direction of Herman DeVries.
She comes to Ann Arbor, under the
auspices of the Matinee Musicale,
from the south and south-west"-where
her recent concerts were enthusias-
Those who have not obtained tickets.
may get them before the concert at
Berlin, Oct. 16-(By A.P.)-As soon+
as quota regulations permit, American1
and English steamship agents say, 40,-
000 persons, mostly women and chil-
dren will go from Russia to the Unit-
ed States; the fare is about $100 each.
Edward H. Lauer, 'OOA, head of the made by the faculty of the School off
extension department of Iowa uni- Music at a meeting held recently.1
extesio deprtmnt f Ioa ui- Three candidates for the fellowship
versity, and director of the Michigan - s
' were" suggested, from which number
alumni celebration at Iowa City to be wee suggesten from wich ner'
held the day of the Iowa-Michigan Foundation will appoint one. All
hel tge, ayofth Iwa-MiArbanyes- are graduates of the School of Music.
football game, wajs in Ann Arbor Thyches-sipaar sjob
teray or coferncewit Hale The schcaarship award is to be
terday for a conference with Hawley made to Emily Mutter, violinist, of
Tapping, '16I4, field secretary of the, Howell, Mich. Miss Mutter has stud-
Alumni association, and Wilfred' B. led in the School of Music, and more
Shaw, '04, executive secretary. recently has been under the tutelage!
The conference was primarily to of Otokar Sevcik, teacher of Jan Ku-
behik, the famous Bohemian violinist.I
discuss the situation' and problems of iss Mthe Is nob 1arold,
the Alumni organization in Iowa. Mr. Miss Mutter is now but 13 years old,
and is said to be the most promising
Tapping belieVes M ue o be oe violinist who has ever studied in the
of the men most well ,informed upon School of Music. She will study iiti-
this subject because of his travels der Mr . o u ilh studua-
through the "state on 'extension depart- der Mr. Lockwood until her gradua-
tion from the school, when it is hop-
ment work. ed that she will have an opportunity
Mr. Lauer said that the Michigan to continue her work abroad.
game would be the big game of Iowa's
schedule despite the fact that the Il- Burton To Entertain Counlell
linois game next Saturday was the Members of the Student council will
homecoming game, be entertained at 7 o'clock tonight at
Mr. Lauer came. from Iowa City to'Idinner at the home of President Mar-
attend the meeting of the American ion L. Burton and Mrs. Burton. The
Child Health association at Detroit, regular meeting will not be held at
this week.;' He will have a confer- this time.
ence with Mason P. Runney, '07E,
president f the Alumni association,
in Detroit today and will then return l
to Iowa City. ':.
During 'the speaking tour that Mr.
Tapping will make through Iowa be- J Lst
fore the game, it is expected that Mr.
Lauer will accompany him some of
Secial trains will be run to the
game from Kansas City, Omaha, and
Minneapolis, it was announced by Mr.
Lauer, as well as day specials from
near-by cities of Iowa City on Nov. 3.
Young3town Club Meets Tonight
franc on the Shakespearean Ques-
tion." Mr. Des Marais will speak on
Old Michigan." Now it's up to you
DR. TOM LOVELL.
Co. (3 stores)
Chas. W. Graham
Quarry Crug Co.
Wahr's Book Store
$Mater's Bosk Stvre
Sindetts SvopV Store
Cusblag,$ Drug Store
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Hailer & Tulles
It's true efficiency
to use Daily
All members of the Youngstown
club are urged to attend a meeting of
'the club at 7:15 o'clock tonight in the
Union. The meeting is of utmost im-
'portance as officers will be elected and
policies for the coming year discuss-
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Cream for the
hands and face
caused by wind,
dust or hard
G. Claude Drake
The Drug and Prescrip-
State and University
Ever have a big wash that just had to be done,
and you had everything ready and then spent
the day waiting and waiting?
When you expect work back from the Varsity Laundry-it comes, and
Varsity service returns the entire family washing, washed and ironed, ready
for use, at a price fitted to the family purse.
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1 IS THE LAST DAY FOR THE 'ENSIAN