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TUESDAY, MARC14 10, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUDSDY, MACH 10 1925PAGE T!IIf

EXRAMEN RUSH
-POOL GOMPLETION
0tilItn4 dearly 'Finislhed, Jt4oer gnsatd
Fixtures InistilledI; Wtills Are
painted
LA13OR TROUBLES OVER

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E obier. Crouse, Jr., '28." Yes. I think ning for so many public offices, she
lat a. women bas as much right as al is as much entitled to such a position
man, if she has io proper qualifica- as a man. And "I think that she is
ti015. It is 1)(1. to lily mind, so much perfectly qualified to fill a position,
? (IUt i hc' of S-x as aibility 1.0 hold Ion the Board."
suchi a position.'
u~i~iilre s Peckl be ' 7xvoni ei n tee choeanilHenry M.Bates of the Law
,. csoldb .wmnontesho il ~desteMichigan Al-
Board 0of Regents. Nowv that the wo- uni club of Kansas City at its an-
Sman hia entered polities andI is run- 1nal banquet t oday.

New York, Mar. 9.-:ill eg. ngh-
BaeRt eue opyVI)owes to a bookmaker for racinig h~
Harry Licenerstein has entered suit
in the Supreme court against the hromte
run king.
Vera Cruzz, March 9.-Pedro Gon-
zales, former rebel general, and h~is
aide were assassinated.

With the tiling almost entirely com-
pleted, the walls- painted, lighting fix-
tures,,in. dace, lockers set u) anl al-
molst everything in place, the new Un-
ion swimming pool has taken on the
aspect of Icinuetiss it has so far'
lacked. Scaffolding and piles of sand
and building material have given the
tank- an unfinished appearance, but
with the removal of much of this the
pool itself miay be mnore plainly seen..
Extra ilen have been engaged by
the Union to rush forward the work
o constr~uctionf. Dificuty in obtain-
ing expert tileirs slowed up this ork
for some timeo and there is still a1
small amount of thie to be set but
the bulk of this construction has been
completed.
The lockers have all been set upr
in the locker room ad while the room
itself has not been finished of, this is
~t expected to take much time .nor to
hold upl the use of the pool. A count-
er andl clerks desk '.ave 'been r~siall-
f.. _ t the entrance of the 1)001 room,
as a clerk will lhe necessary to take
fiets in payment for swims.
SDA1W ADVISES
AGAINST RADIO
FOR UNI VERSIT Y
t A radio broadcasting station good-
Senough to be a credit to the Univer-
YgA s .y would probably cost too mouch to
,E warrant its purchase, according to
s°6 Wilfred . Shaw,- '4, general Sucre-
yof the Alumni association. "A
station such as the one operated hereatyrisbudoaosedvse
f lfiticismr. It is necessary, if we are
to have any station at all, to have one
of the best.
"At the present time," lie contin-
Sed, "the air is so overloaded with ra-
Sdio programns of every imaginable na-
ture that the establishment of one
more station would snake the sita-
ion even worse than it is now.
It has been urged that a radio
.here would be a great advertisement
.for the University, but it hardly seemis
to me that Michigan needs to advr-
tile. I suppose that a broadcasting {
station would be a desirable addition1
-to the University, but the leens of
smel an outfit appears hardly jsti-
fiab e."
DEAN EFFINGER
*FAVORS HONOR S
COURSE SYSTEM/
_ Dean John R. Effinger of the lit~r-'
iary college has declaned himself
aWholeheartedly in favor of the IHonors
course plan of study for advanced
-7students. lie has niointeci out that the
>Enlglish deartment here is alreay
tryng his1)hn, s wllas th hs
ory deatment in exaiat ions tc
- c ne small extent, as indicative of
tt 1 tt tat the recent editorial Grit-i
.~icism of colleges and uivrsties byE
" 'New Student'' is unjust ilfis
.qaians aie now complete for a con-
vrltion a';t Iowa. univesit within a-
*,~rt time fr discussion of the I Hon-
cpcours . At that time Dean Efing-
twill present al paper before sone of;
t leading educators of tie country
C1tis topic.
'flin Vagrants
" i kd; Get aMeal
tichets Not ash
1Berlin ,"(r., March(Ii9-A last a so
Nation to thet problem of getIing rid
6-f lrofessionz; Ibeggars ba been
reached by Ithe( BerIlin' Women's
[tub. It has issueds books of coupons
ii denonutnations of five and ten
ljennigs, -which families can purchase
4x"ithl the purpose of handing them) to
~eggars.
The beggar may take the coupons
to the municipal district welfare ofice

711here, in exchange for them lie will
zceive a free meal. At. the smie
t ins' his case is looked into by dis-
tfrIct welfare workers.
This method has p~roved iii i rely
sisfactory for it is said 1that. )10105 -
sional besggars never return to a houlse
in which they obtain a Ymeal check in-s

Ihl't~lG lICuesim)l: IDo You tllhm k
that a woman should electedI to the;
B~oard of Regents?a.
ll re asiied: Rhetoric library. 0
Th~le ainsivrs : Albert marckwardlt,
.---Jsee no( good reas}on whya
w omani should not be elected. A w o-'
DIVan xith the requisite qualiticat ions
h iould he a ble to fill a place on the t
iloan d equally as well as a maun with
tie =.1110 ii ll lf'i('ItOX15.' b
Dorothy Ornstein, '28.-"Since the4
Pjoair(l of Pegent s represents the en- i"
ti1 e student Body and since the stud- w
ent body i'7 coimprised of both mnei
?nd w on x, the wonlen shollld be re. °
,ire: ent,.d on the Board of Bygents as
sell as; the men." f-

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Saturday and Sunday's n ewpapers carried criticisms froin metropolitan
sources. Will violate a theatrical ruling to gain your confidence and prove
our sincerity and print our report which goees to the general manager on all
productions. This report is nos: Intended for the public but is done to tab ulate

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10). ZCISTIUIATED PERCENTAGE OF 'TERAL VAI UEO,--- Thei very bzest from the pro-
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~t~~l~ii~3-~li~sreport will no doubt surpris~e you, 1lair. Bleatty, since I am not iii Itlh-
Us hit of gi ving such flowery reviews.
j It re~ thazt a brief recport in writing uip a, great story, a. great1 picture and ' Y '
:srri ~~ wt l oosgig e ole omshudsf ed eleven Miof cssio nal reviews and they all agreed that it was apoi-
lure and the gr-:star was ade foir thelie icture instead o (if d- her'.'
The iet ion moves with lighl~tning rapidity andte h. ictulre stays close to thiu,~i
%'r iil say that a .y of the: boys playing .this picture on thme circuit should feel
lion o edi to present to their audiences such an achievement of entertainment in
" ~t ( c :- of nubbec demnand. I can truthfully say that not one word of this
rrv fW is elaborated upon. JAS . S. IIELSDOnN.

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OP~EN VECTTE SERIIES

'Vocational UGuidance leturmes
will begin at 4:15 o'clock WNedl-
nesclay. afternoon Mlarch 11. M4iss
Marjorie Porter', a imembeir of'
the staff of the Det roit oew,
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