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SUNDAY, APILII, 5, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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puhino nrr~~~t~ Idsel Ford's A19ero o Oaif
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Fii'4t 'i',Jomal Pr~iesbyeriani Studon t
('anfereiice Will A sselujile
Apr11 9 to 12I
EXPECT MORE TIHAN 300
More than 300 delegates, represent-j
ing 75 colleges and universities in all
parts of the country, are expectedl to 1
arrive in Ann Arbor Thursday, April
.9, to attendl the first national Presby-
terian Student conference which will
be held here April 9 to 12. Arrange-
ments for the conference-are upder
the auspices of the local :Presbyter-
ian Young Peopile's society.
The greater majority of Big Ten
schools will he represented at the
meetings this week. More distant col-
leg~ and universities -in Oklahoma,
Nebraska, Massachusetts, New York,
and North Dakota will sen(d repre-
sentatives. One of the largest de-
gations will come from the Presbyter-
ian student organization at Cornell
university.
Twelve delegates have been elected
by the local organization. Various
comnijttees to care for arrangements I
for the visit of the (Ielegate' from
other colleges have also been appoint-!I
ed. Milo Oliphant, '25E, is chairmanb
of the committee, which will care for
the lodging of the visitors. The fra-
ternities will help in this work. All I?
meals will he served in the Presbyter-
ian church. The meetings of the con- be
vention will be held in the Union.
H. J. McClusky of the School .off
Education will be one of the princi- 'p~

''f*da's tiy juit it: 11ave You anlyi
crit icism o 01 in]proverllent I( tidiferon
t le new Union sw 1imming; pool?:
Whlere asked: The I's ion.
'Ji'e anwyrs : . 1. W roohler, 'L
---'The p)001 is an add~itionl to the t'i-'
iionl and thel' Tliv(rsity hl a lm- ",l
a long time comning. I look for it: to
be a great hell to at I' et ics as well as
Iall oftheor activitoies.''

y. M. iVg r: Jfo 7' Y.-'' Ali i17Vt1A I'a
* omie ing Michigan has nfl(ed for a ' ; ~ oair Daily Advertisers i-- ead
l)ng lawn, -and in reality, a, fewr more ' j y-Adv.th

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would be a credit to an institution WU inter Headls '28 _ 'Ph arm ics Corne e
C.A. M1itchell, '2e.---"Trhe pool as a! S ca o m te F rR o C- r~
mInxer ap(aars to he a success, but S ca o m te. h h y
owing to the large crowds admitted1
at times, steems to 1)0 too much of T'ho mnas C. W inter has been appoit- - I);n K aus of the Phi r- 4e l
0110ra.', 0(1 chairman of the social commit rI te1'2((lvrdth rni seNof
J1. 13. flhse, '27. ° 'About the onl1y of the freshman class, accordig( v nns i he Ih<L;fd pi
tilg [I(can suggest is to keep the 11cm y Grinnell, class presidet. W i- i X11m C ei a cloc,_ 1lat
water a bit ('00101. As itis it reducexs ter will succeed Frank vhran hnIgimi -rin)IIoIte1 i
ihas left school. In addition to the
,l etias I 1 In h orif
'pep rather than increases it."ne ('ana, George Anaable, 'Ion iith lwoere tatedint
.. E. 'Scbletnitz, '28.-"I think the l eI himn
new pool is one of the finest, that C noI d i on C n o , n1,al1 1 u t P i a Ige r f
have ever seen. I is cornl~lete ~1\f.I Cole have sbeen adde(d to rthe lcorn -p . f li egnern olo
3 hitve e.er seen.s It, iastcrmTheeaddre
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Ievery detail and is a credit to thlnThe I irtnetn ftenenra-wl-igth e ebr l~
10111j ization has been set for 7::30 o'clock fni ralit it Y was (liV('i'ed by J.
- I next Tuesday nightL in room 1,018 mnai, rgrd., and C.('. UStoP,-
i\Washington, Anril 4. -- Additional iAngell hall. At this time pilans will I for the irtiatE:.
river and harbor allotments announce- be discussed for the freshman smoker The chemicali fraternity will holnd a
cel by the 'War department bring up whichr will precede 111e staingil gams, sh-ort businessi meetinig at 7 o'cl.ck
the total for the current year up to and1 for a spring party which will bae iIna ih nro 0 ft
1$30,68g3,510.j an informal dlance for freshmen only. j Chemistry buiTling?.

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Organiza tin of the $3,000,000 ae .:) '':~a Pa'
is beilig :oinlofed5, and lconistruction 0 ' 11 I( 11 t 'l ( a, 'ICpe Ato
begin soon at the new Fordi airplort in3Iri..'ke'M he )oavh'rn,"
first craft builIt at the lairport, is being -t" : lied scce ", b'7aero en-
gineer s. it is an eight passenger, all-mietal mnof)1fOnz. '14w, ''l.lell [-ear-
born'' andl Edsel iFordl are shown.
dal sp eakiers of the conference. Other Princeton, N. J., April 4. - xactly
1)oulcers onl the program heave notL onc-half of Princeton's 2,100 stuvdent $
ecu anniouniced yet, body have signed and presenited to
____-____ - their prosident a petition askcing, that
Palruhi lii Al X F iiii' Icompulsory chapel att endhance be
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