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WEDNESDAY, MAY 6, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WHVIAT'S GOING O
Notices~ to appear in this coiiimp nst

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Yost Defends Board I Control
From' ,iglar isoneptos

be left in the tox at thel iaty tofice
provided for rt't purp~ose heor.e 4..
i lc rcp d ? ^g, tt ;y of fisie.
11h,1 1 l)iofthe I iord Ini Cotrl Of Al hiicr, its; funcit osld ;iiiThr,libilitll(a
I'-:uilol rsNotei.)
10):O-(onference of the udens in thePrsdn'ofieI
I :(R-Coiei IV. 1'Troter speaks; at
wekyassembly ,of freshman eng-j 11110am tIlW il pct d ni ate D*j ;)i i ine i l iti eii'l l taI
neers in roomit348, Enineering ; i'i'i ~* > ~~Al ilitsittei 5;i'. cr;114 aitc1 tai
hlil ing. tI jItt ' t. l 1i x ve ii; 111,_ s jtt etl. ii 'i-
l x211-r)" ~~sited ini I t"11('10 101 1"( iiitIil' '. '.1
S: -:O --ttr tiitl e h l tio i ttkh 'v;and it i to 0(111, ('t ;1a) mail ta 1
of modern paintings from the Car- I l i; ep~...
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al- thtti (,ln i, lithsdeai nent e>t~lllithed the uin
umtni Memorial hall. tiraOf the lic IiIins 01 tliar d initralnnal por~l i a~llcfr
4?:14--Insructors Iin rhetoric I aiid Control ofAhe ist.is tlreevaelt '.1(1., i1" ad i anci('d t for s v ra 1 Y'ai.:
TITmeet in room 3213, Angell hail. er luli itheI nose; li' :;nL> 1 B I;in h, lii as year, it pw id frfl,' I
4 :00'-00-4)pen liouse for stdent' res ion h. tht ' llec ul 'olo! a ~cl icerinti ,ir Ath'ie :tlri'ts po-
at Harris hal., Dancing. rtc sVtt t l gVmj 1i;ii'c d antni~ si <<!tilen t io the jrt
4:15Y -Palnwr C thriStaian presenits t\R sepaaeIcr i ivri tI oem',, cuOnglilC1in-fd .iU}t)(),,.S ~alnd
light organ recital in 1Ill auditor- INot h ig can i1 t e 1c el an o e ldnarmn ti 1r( 1:!1fri
im the oard in ('en tl of Ahil 1)") iat; mayIt Fi.'r isn'm 'slwd15
t4:00--Vreslinien metIn Natra d e- til~{( 1hl tcl aiii' ht-.ioiS i Vratd.(lien t~Vjti1'
nce auditorium to choose captain tieo li l w i fU r. ii cS llhU ,i ii ITuberi x a (ii alug 1e ' ' t( ie
for the spring games. lr:teite: l ta- jii 'tt i~ dtiiitjl i
-00f$-Atkinson contestants chosen t 'i tatit~i ~~ Iiite f.i 5i t!1K' tea r_,,c ein; 1i
comp~eteLa clo .Iam 'nt ilt isF in finals meet i11 room 320, jvr.t i e Iledi2L l M( i'p r ' Vtted'ahtadnrietsa-
Angell hail. _gI.dil: i;'tC iiei et
(I ::30 --Phi i gma. spring i itin i ]v ldly a. iiiti i s I he :.t(('i'(lII1lly'.
banquet at the Union. 1t. the _ ]P)U'll(i ~I1 i i~' u' i 1i04 '11"fm 'bte iiallJ'1 roo
:1-Vailty Wlaii1:ssembhles at Nor- '' 1a I h ( 117:( tiO 3. aai70(!to all
ris hall. This board(!is Ia os ('1 at(t by Itheia011it a(oitista. Ani Arbor. .
7 I)Vrslyhnd ad FesiinjRegents, aInd k is polsi tle to 11e Rli f Pt !i Il:ra am i ito hb et nd (led
i O1 - V r it a n F e l m u lee club n e e t u o r (' lC it ge nt it s a n y oti e ' d op a tiii :10 I. 'i't s' oti p ~ to niw o v id e iim o ie t 'ai'iit I fo r
oi irry title t t0i1C'iiC fields, Fiel;d I~instpr1'n, ta~' ses.Iie t f t , (hei ico (aias Ia;'0n 'eied
football saduina and o o1ar eniint i' ii.2,ti ont'it s: a
7 :15 -}lt.,(Clemtens club meets att the ~vested orll 1o IC~,tL 1x.,111l'i~' Ill ts dhal t' 1i 'S, for~th
Union. ut ac 1otohi1of t
7:361- ,CometI. IVI. Roper of I just atfI tle1to ot. g 3n)(1Vrighit to expa~ 10 :1 t 1-
onuniversity speaks in room 316, buildings is v(,'tet 'Iil this board *. o eatnsl r '1;nti
Union. IOiVrIilisoe(hiiaC Vli;il it(e iiSt Sit
7 :34l-IliiieRi un it. of the ITv b~tween l tii 'is dpatinfit. and)110117 heriaftnliial,(11 ~~,~~y I(.
departi'mont s o the lUnivxesityl. Pta y 'iv i.((i .'~l'tIY i
Na4val Resrve force meets in'room iDep irtnulen I o 1luti'c ol(eglate l I i n(toaitit eitihiiti 111i~'i alni) rmoea-
py h u ' ) o r mletic s is cunt niely se tttsu i i t ug a n d , 1ib ta t; A i , I n g ;i' t ii wn h ile i 1 ; . m u st:.1 Iou -s c u b m e . t tep o u " p o r mc s ar a g d u t y l in t'l n h n ar n f r- ( . ,1 ( 1 ; o d t i d n , t v n n~wb
is q r n e t heh n t ,its hs e rn d11r e
Union. ft,,c.t n i,
81o1rt nurp1s.e101fo .V'Mihit.should 1cI .
7:45-Fe Mold) nnce andtvethe ralsCel and not. c t i(',i1. t
flour of the new Masonic Temple.', tO~rI (, lire an ((=ii cti;
'Hhr a lobo eition of the Faculty loose(thinking. and talking concernat
Women's club 'mieets at 1057 Lin-loetikn;i~ ~akn; ~cli -,anesareceaner1 and atter titanI
connt., "co inere llism " oft iii''i'''til', e, i I' o 11'e t o lioy:, who laydiem .I
Coln.ar 111 s aie siln ofate athleti's. !he rule ; of t he Re-_ _____
Theodore Harrison, presents Sou rmitiol.it rton! ~ia lb ot.li . 1\R anilal, h(ll if'a tthe
reitlin SholofMsi adto-be devoted, as tar as psiblel. to nc- i'5I5ticlid i'alt iiiii, adiitte he
Will. 'tyvsh Col ('atioqiiiiiin etidV on
,;11 :I--"rhe 1415Laug " Is jpresented n an ct.univeisil v tii i:t euit'i psar- 11pt;value 1hii'O leI~tnct; cfi Knt-
" _ tl('111I leillayly to teu''1 i i ltding£{ of i'aeil-
in 11111l all(1it oriuli. is for l};w tivi ~ ipulo by fil w tait I la Th u, Hltct t'Oid Iiaiiliis'
8:1. -N inet(cuthi a uual French pOa~ t', naiifr i lt e tIi m
'1lanchiett e,'' by lireux, is p;eseit-CC''t'n _Ca ,a . iha u
ed in SarahiCas well Angeiiha l. Oilr pidy(i'5rec(eive no (1;emipitll^a- Idi1i ft iIol4000 t, inliniiiiig ' ,'' ioi
11.1011 vlad s'er elleihei- diiccl> nl "J~ suie l't, the itireiarty utaliforuia
IIRflj W )AY (ln cty~ict(l. ,t'hey tre anat (1111 i1 1 1 I' t.1t .;1 ' -; aite'1' t ('Ititil oiuil institiliol
1 o~f moder:41tpint iings tonal exhihtin st, l id(attst sense of he 't'i'i. The fluimnd iite wold.
o ornpitgs'rmIleC'-reeieil fronitiehoga misi'') v x!i h hI-__ --__ -
negie institute of1flit tsburgh, 1in Al- they pa~il Id ia1 earc untde i' I',ni i W lrem;<N.!ttan, Mayv 5- itlls
iuiiMemorial hall. itro or'the Boardl of 1l( ils. hi' ,itO thie u'aiiitnul i f oui'rt isi
3:0if--seiiors gthier in front of the same board that adililiA' r; 11 h ri ta111 tthe F iiv l iv of 1vaa';a7; wilt aid
Library for Swing Out. irecieived tfram lthe sI ;tF;'in fte fok, a' i pilldittiii'lix l'c t.aas 'ti ity tiara-
5:00 --PhuiBefthaippa meets Iin room ?approjriat ins. titii''iiifesal(te- t i ; ~il '
205, Mason hall. jon ietwi s. No dIi idlo'l:;tfrth1iio' l - - - -- --_
1:0(6---Solthiords miett i thle Naur imugs am 'e ;id 1 lo o'eR.@;:12 A i'll B (I.'ASSI lilts4,
al Science audit orim 10 choose - ' '--------------
captatin br spring game..iiil tlllllllllltllllll nl6S;:rlSll1,1 lildl ta li lil lU i
r :3-Initiates into I'Mti ea a appa: u -
meet in room 205, M-ason hall.1
7 :11-Th'le weehly assembly Iin Eng- I '1 m U
lish 3, public speaking for enighe' 4J1N atLIi.C. i . 'I a I
er's, is held in room 348, west Eni-
gineringbuiling.Or; nice-156
7 :211-Les Voyageurs meet at thae LTn- ,
ion,.oit uee;I..-
7 :30-Christ ail Science scey-ie~
in Lane hall.,S VI GS'EPR TMENT:
7:34)1-Alpha Epilon Miau meets in llIN. PA ~-N
room :302, Union.
:30-i):3t-1nternatioa - 2biat TRUST DEPARIMENTI
of modern paintings from the Car- J
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in Al-
um nMemorial hal. -w
1:1)-Ernest; G. Sihler, enmeritus pro- -
lessor of New York university,'- ldc'-I Nuftonal 1Pb l.in 'li ''gal
speaSks on "IPColybihissand Hiis Plan 1)!1 iiCIkI
in An ciect H ist oriograpy, in r .10111
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Doi YOU think
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backwardnesss of the few will not
delay' the progress of those moreI
bruilliant.''
til. A tpili(r, '25.---''It shuld. A
v: i'( it cor iiIeu'c,-t is tsi'o to hb' aroused
,ai 3; a tIii se(ee'tinlgIlie honiors
('Atl -.M':; ill Ithatft. ey\X wilbeIs' tl toIC
t'hia e ir Iowl! i'c'adiilgs, subject
Jo facuoly adiivice.''
1±. . Iliedle, '25.-.'"l do not believe
pro oilhi0. llratcal. Classroom
t cilt;. t,issois t 'ssary for there are
t :nV i)jltt ; tHitAIlay bi'Nvague inj
;i hid'it'smind thaI canl only be
cik' f':t i li) by 4'ti 3, tiEsdniti;l5.Te1
:1t&' A. will nlot thenl leavxe all his3
A. . .\iAlen, 'g e.It xwiilallow
n3:a)' jta:lixviiml Nvork by the studentsr
iii tit 's il id i'f'at e interest in the
,Ll), 'c . hte-' ('(liii iibe 03"COili-
tS:'t'' nes t 'ioe
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S'.lhii'e for aauLn'i d sIudoeel:;, Who
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