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WEDJNEISDAY, MARCIl 23, 1925

T1E MICHIGAN DAILY

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9 ~I 4:0-1R. 0. '.. C. fencers report at the
WHA T'S GOING ON ;bil hail.
Notices to appear in this colitmn nmust 4:00-6 :00-Congregationial open hifuse
be left in the box at the Dily office
provdedfor°ns purosebefre i Rev. Leyton Richards, guest.
o'clock preceedine the (hiy of issue. __ 311'wihIghIt organi recital by Palm-
___ ___-- er Christian in Hill auditorium.
WYED NE S I A3' }6:00- -Congregational banquet in. the
9:00-Professor Lindquist lectures! Masonic Temple. Rev. Leyton Rich-
on "Hydraulic Research Prolemis iartis speaks on "'Why John Bull
in the University of Stockholm," in Doves Uncle Sam."
room 445, West Engineering build- 7 :00-.Golf clididates meet in room
ing. 302 Union.
11:00-)Mr. F. IL. Temple of the Mlich l- 7: i- nteri-ty of )l lehigan band
igan Bell .Telephone company, lee - i rhea s esatailte band headquart-
tures on "Outside Plant Jlungineer-t ers.
ing," in room 248, West Engineer- 7 :15')--Scabmnrd ant] Blade fruaternity
ing building, meets in room 308, Union.
11:00-Prof. C. 'I'. Johnuson lecl dares i7.:15---All inembers of the UTnion meet
to freshman engineei s in room . l, in thc' main assemnbly hail, Union.
E~ngineering b~uilding. r7 :10--Rtound-Vp club smnoler at the
12 :15-MathIematical club hais lunch- Union.
eoni at the Union. E :34--Memtbers of Richard Nt. Hall
1 :(tf-« h(}- llphicatiioas for Mliflaxr iPost, 422, Veterans of Foreign wars,
ball tickets di sh im 'ed ai the [,i- meets in room 306, Union.

7 :30--University 'Unit of 'U. S. Naval i5:00-Congregational choir rehearsesP st" o ar i
Reserve force meets in the R. 0. T.I at the church.
C. drill hal. i l{-Mmesof lDelta Sigat f aS .'.e t
1 P amd; h t ic sI root hold annual initation banquet in r
1 31 Martha CoAk buildig. Uno.Plc;ff n 'ae N
8:04)-Mtasques lpresents plays in i r no.Plieit e N
alh Caswell Angell hall. 7 :30-11r. A. L. Snyder of the D~etroit; Parking" ig' "th side
8:00-University School of tusic stu- City ('las company :peaks to stu- o f 1ur'ti at 'n ' eet to
dents recital in Recital hail. dents of chemical engineering and Th ayer strec.'u i action
-__ business administration at the U'ri-} taken by th~e '~ e rs af-
THUiRSDAY I ion. 'ter a reqi" ' o teb h
' 3:00-4 :0045,:04--Sixth freshmnan lee-!I S:CO-Debate ini the C'ongregational (coiflhifa council.
lure in Hygiene for men given in cur ch between Prof. William 11. 1 ithenocsuetwveno een an cltreton
' Waterman gymnasium. Hobbs and Rev. Leyton Richards o itnvnehv ntbe lsdt
4:00-Michael S. Parg t etue War' Peace." parking, as the commissioners felt
rglen#;lecuresr ithat this much space was necessary
in French on "Antole France," inl 8:00-Prof. L. C. lMarpinski lectures I ;n he business district. Officers have
jthe Physics West lecture room. on "Mapping the Grea.t Lakes," in been instructed to arrest violators of
. '.:15-.John Lewis (Alli lectures onI the Natural Sc.i ce auditorium. thue new rule.
"The Origin of Religion," in Lane l 8:14-University Clee chl) gives con.- --
hall. car t in 11111 auditorium. Pay for your Subscription today.

A 5 a r sn It of c oper.i ion on thbe t ;kn ami utofin' iaver ity athletic;:?
pant of the en gtain ering studients ad tl h kd:Uinoby
thee engineering ni ent or coamiit tee , I,1 a aa ,s Uinlby
general assembly of all engineering! They <na~k *vers : Win. F. Austin, 'i3.-
and architectural students hold at It 'As tliiit c sIand, 1 believe the profes-
o'clock Friday mo n ing in 1hi11 Audi- C , oal p ,,A, mie shmould be taken out ofI
toriumn.' oigz, <heis Itwudba
The meeting will 1be iiithne natutre tlts twudb
of a get-t oget her xwitlh fi,,,c- E f i e thi a aWorthy, b~ut financially
ul ty and possibly a L. ,.pfi c ic inag ea'rz<.amugsii :thlete could be aided in
ongii 01S Jpresent.. According oI 'ror. one way or .anle01. But the extent to

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C. E. Wilson' of tLej lmechlanical (.11 'o,. i il cli sti ls could compete in? this1
gineering deliar t mont and mnjtor of { 1 '~ hi vrosofeswn
the senior class, a comp~rehensive tervrosofr ol
program has been planned whichl makle collegiate athletics more or lessj
will b)e inspiring and beneficial to the a. b ti ncss proposit ion.''
engineers. Sctnue o~ittsiftk 'm ig'neer of \AV . 1 Wilkins, '2G L.'--"An athlete
nlatiomnl proninmemce wvill be secured hi 9:i as uch ig ht to capi tal ize his
to del iver an address adan1( N01 E.ab iiy and (1 )articular talents as anjy
(Coley of tho en-ineering' collaew gs 1I&I'e~ student ini other lines, so qui1te
give a short talk. i nat uraily it follows that. the profes-
At a recent meeting of the mentor ,ional al ttide, if thenre is a tny, should
c:omitteettO it wa~s decided to make thisi'; reminf."
assembly an aim nlal affarir. fn der tIhe N. WV. l3urkrman, '27. -"-No, I think
mentor system'I, whih was estab1lished1 I that in as much as the athletic prop-I
argely through the initiative of D~ean osition is a money making one for the.
C'ooley, the engineering. classes hold ilnivers it y tine professional attitudo is
iclooel lags at lea,'4 once eachl nlin th,II beneficial. If thme people do not wish
and it is thought that by holding a ! r1 s(ee this attitude they can avoid it
general assembly once each year! but most, of those who attend college
vwhere the st udentl can come iit o athletic contests do so because t hey
closer conitac:t with tva faculty and rac fnd11 this attitude there."
the other classes, a feeling of pro- s H. H orner, '26.-' The p~rofessiona[
nmouced common intterest and co(op)- 1a titude should be taken out of ath-I
('rat ion will be fostered between thme letics, becauise it tends to defeat the
et udcnt botly andl the faculty. 1pur'pose for whtich these are car'ried
D1). Duneanson, '2CL.-" An ath-
At1IID~ITVlete should be allowed to capitalize his
UNNOSTUO N II1PIT roess along such lines, as any other
student is permitted, be it salesman,
SPEAK TUESDAY NIGHLi writer or iea.
national honorary medical fraternity.
12101'. A. S. Warthin of the patholog- 'this course was provided by the
ical (department in the Medical sc hool society several months ago in an el-
wil lecture on "Representation of fort to fulfill the (desire of medical
Disease in Art" before medical slim- studecnts who were eager to learn
dents of the University onl ''Yucsay 'something concerning the history of
night, March 31, in the we'st amphi- ;medicine. The present curriculum
theater of time Medical building. hiis !(d0es not provide for such a course.
speech will comprise the foum thinof 'rime general public is also invited to
the series wich is being held unider; attend~ the lecture. Slides will be
the auspices of Alpha Omnega Alphia, shown.

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