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May 01, 1925 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1925-05-01

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FRIDAY, MAY( 1,1925


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.__Ceveland A rhitects' Plan Followed;
Includes Phlanting of 3,0 New
Srubs and 'rees
Carrying out the scheme for land-
scaping the campus as mapped out by
Pitkin & Mott, Cleveland landscape
architects, a force of 80 men is at
. work on the campus under the gen-
eral direction of H. B. MacNamee,
grounds foreman of the buildings and
grounds department. In addition toI
seeding new lawns and old, approx-
imately 3,500 additional shrubs and
trees will have been planted on the
campus when the present program is
Already about 300 shrubs and trees
have been set about the Lawyer's
-- club; 100 more will be planted
around Angel hall; 350 will go to-
wardl beatifying the new Nurses
home; 150 will go to the new Md-
ical building; while approximately
2500 will be used on the new hospi-
tal grounds. The work will keep the
present force busy until the time l
School (oses''in June.
Shrubs andl trees are being st
aoout the net.v hospital grounds In
oler to produce satisfactory top-f
.ol for the hospital lawn, wheat, rye,
ots and the like are being planted.
This will be plowed under, the seed-f
ing repeated, and in the course of
two or three years it will provide an
excellent top soil for a good lawn,
Mr. MacNamee l)ointed out.
i" Seeing has been practically on-
pletedl at the medical bilding, ad
also t the Lawyer's club. Places on
the campus where refuse 'from for-
mer construction jobs has been left,
preventing the growth of god lawn,
are beng plowed up and the refuse
clearedl away. Tfo(10 this work, and
to seedl lawns of new buildings, about
10,000( pounds of seedl will be required. I
a ug 4am ius
~.fl redoe
Todays lsiion : Are you in favor
of the cotninuance of the annual in-
trciass games?
Where asled: The Iibrary.
Thle anlswers:
W. Belser, '26.-"No,. I am not ii
' t svor o them. To be sure, they do
stir _up-class spirit, but the me hods i
by which a goodl bit of this so-cal ed
class spirit is demonstrated, to my
e mind defeats the purpose of the
11. B. Fair, grad. "Yes. The inter-
class games serve the very necessary
r function" of strengthening the spirit
of the competing classes, and of iv-
jng to them a certain unity anl sol-
' trity. They are a good, healthy
radition and Michigan 'has too few of
these traditions."
- iUrlsuil New Plant Used by A. (G.
IF a is Devised by Sucessul Ilusi-
ness 31an Who Stuggld Throughi~I
C ollege.

R. J. Roth, L.5-- 'Traditions s uch!
as fthese are: valuale.. Thehe? T(lp)to
sliT .y' 'ft2i C si a o i>
nloWdiffict 1 ) i 'dS to10ke a;
ia rosd )l' seo sz oh
rea'-,(ii t at tlhey v-e,'u!t ,' ?two . _
clo ser!tegether and aaiio: in 1114'; 'I-
Iditions oft the Mcia aps'

E : >-- t appear ill thli~ Column nmust
-i cn lic )OX a!t he I)a ' defice
1 r ' sd r 'li pu rpose htfOrc 4
2> Is 51 i~e'-- *. vii ccday of issue.

Iof Music, presents organ recital in 9 :00--Cong'r gationtil studenit dance in
-fill auditorium. Nickels' Arcade.
a)5 {- 5"12eiLt I t . il (infoi E}!1 lpi icI
leaves Wesley hall. S A TTRI) A

in Laone hall.
fl: v: hO obc!ply Ibrepayrite serl~eies ;
t liver~iv haIl,,.
S :39 'iver ii}'u of Ann Arlo

10 :60-Board of representatives of the
Womnen's Lea glie meets in Barbour
- :d'rof_.1J. IR. llyden spealks die-
fore thle Cosmopolitan club onI
"Democracy in the .Orient," in Lane f

M o r e th a n $ 4 0 h a s b e e n mI a dle b y t e ! a i , A v i O -_ i e e h r
W.A.A. tea room so far this year, ac 11,che 16hoss2....r sc uar
cordIing to Myra Finsterwal, '27 ,.oo, Qamnis oitisr d on
is in charge of this feature. inulirtewm n Niraem(in 1:. J snd ___ -s ndrevlr_
a ml refreshmnents in Ba s'bouiylla ii-c' 1 saApi 0.I
niasium21licbt on fair days t hey ""'idisl')(Msencold(1drinks Ws e1ewed ty .h
roaom in Palmner field husden( rint ue advanc:.r4 ed c 'lass.

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2 :~{.5P1- rike sfor the A rch!
2do party;istributed i) the
(CI lgs'Iit'eIsinlroom
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Every Turhversity of Michigan stu-'
dent is interested in a good sound
method of adding dollars to his bank;
nccotnnt. Not only the studIent earn-
- ing his way through college, but
ea(very one &n use several hundred
extra dollars.
T ie samte plan usedI by Albert G.I
~- Davis is now open to students of
I Michnigan. The St. Louis business
it?-nu who made it possible for lDavis
i o earn $712 in just forty days knows,
- I It student's financial handicap. He
(irolhis way through college. Now
Il bat be is in a position to c"N it, lie is
min ITng it easy for other studlents to
earn the money they needl.
The uznusual money making plan'
t fhat helped D~avis is too lengthy to
cover in these columns, but hie sug- i
- ;vests that every studlent write Mr. M.

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