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'.AGE TWO

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1925

ronun lIDJFIRTANNUAL BAND P ROME NADE
FAHRSFRM orPAT TAKES PLACE TONIGHT: BURHANS
WILSTIERHR O eE RTI'NO LEAD MARCH' WITH MISS RE . I
Baniquet WiVll.Terminate "Fesitivites Pib r c r
Planned for Fathers' Day on l ' e kiS Ik
Saturday, May 169 /-rb ,
OOL OPEN TO GUE-STS O ipae
F'athers', Day will lbsscelebrated1 lrfr CnIa .-B .
here next Saturday, May 16, at w Bh-n einc oeyuo aircraft
time fathers of students froim all pats for defense purposes was declared in.-:
of the country will conle to AtiA r= sufflcient by Secretary, Curtis D. Wil-
her. Th entireweek-en w~lte r in an address last night before
voted to entertaining' the fathers, the thec Connecticut Chambler of Coin-
festivities culminating in a large bin- iperce.
quet which is to be lcd Ini the Union " To defend America wc must, e ;1):0;:::>. ::: T
Saturday night.; prepared to defend its interests andl

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~It is expected that the men coming' flag in 'every corner of the glelre" ;"
fo heclljain tr hIle asserted. " The suggestion that '
ing in Ann Arbor Friday, at which the United States can be0 defended
time they will have an opportunityhsoley byr aircraft graoperating from our'
to attend classes with their sonsi and shre s on figorne fwht
Friay venng he wil aten ~ constitutes our nation and of its vast
Cap Night ceremonies at Sleepy 1o01 arnd world wide interests and also of I
low. an unwie enthusiasm for oe feature Mis Marjorie R, }hed, 27
Saturday (horning the Union swim- of national defense."j
ming pool will be oven for their use, An adequate navy is necessary fort Marjorie it. PRid, '27. of Lumber-s
arrngeent hae ben iad atthenational defense, he declared, becausei ton, N. .., and Robert A. ]urans, jo
the United States is a world powero
various country and golf clubs fr wt{ol-iecmmrilitrss'8fAI, of .Lansing will lead tle grand
the fathers to play golf and Irk addi- and with inescapable commitments march at the first annual Band Pron-d
tion the Union will furnish guides toi and obligations." nadc which will be given tonight in;e
escrt he enabot te cmA, to " hinese wall .aroundl con tin- Granger's dance hal. In the grand
point out the various points o in-ental United States" he continued, march at this party, which is the
terest. "whether of stone, of coast defense, first formal the band has ver at-I
Saturday afternoon reserved seats batteries or of bombing planes capa- tempted, the members of the bandi
at the Michigan-Minnesota base"ball jble of attacking ships 250 miles fromn will come (diretly after IBurhans and}t
(game at Ferry field will be avalale our coast, is io defense of the far- Miss lied, followed in turn by the
for the fathers who wish to attend flung commerce and interests of the guests. Each bndman will ear hisr
the game. In the evening a banquet United States. Wold-wide interests aize and blue cape over his tuxedo c
will be held in the main assembly require a world-wide defense. during the march. After this is over,
hall of the Union for the fathers and "A Chinese wall around te United I the band will gather ii a compactI
their sons. Prof. Arthur Lyon Cross States would no more protect the square at the center of the floor fr t
of the history department will at a 'Upnped States than a Chinese wall (tle promenade picture surrounded by;
toastmaster at this banquet which is around the state of Iowa would pro- ,the guests. After the picture, the!
an annual affair, similar dinners ha- tect that state. An American cid members will dicard their capes fror'
ing been held by the Union for the crying on the banks of the Yangste 1the dancing.,
past three years. X,000 miles from the coast can sum- Pastime Players, a ten-piece or-r
Prof. William D. H-enderson of the mon the ships of the American Navy 'clestm'a from Lansing, will furnisht
University Extension department will lp that river to protect it fromt un- the music for' the party, playig from
speak at the banquet as will Alfred just. assault. Any nation-facing te 9 until midnight.
B. Connable, Sr., of Kalamazoo. 1ti sea cani be called to account by our, The programs have been fashioned
is the custom at this banquet to have navy. i oke om fo ml az
the fathers of sons attending the Un- "A Wise and sane development . ock"'" ume h e
iversity amrong the speakers and thesetyie army and navy, a reasonable ad- 1lc Ms.Anme ftene
two men will represent the fathers van", along lines of progress in allI invitedl to the party wr e unable to
this year. Herbert Steger, '25 will; means of national defense, will re-
also give a talk and Thomas Cavan- moe serious thought of aggression by.F'ie 1'tition
Uinothers. Let us seek peace and prsuse
augh,;'27L, president of the it diligently,;wisly and persistently
will give ashort address. One otheriantdilmantyouripelya dredou ntltym
speaker, whose name has not yetb~ ets and and seurityfallnredon A ki g the!lg
announced, will be included c IepeneadGasrtyofal en" ates
p o r m Th r wil as be m sc' S eli n." o m r e a d teduring the dinner and entertainm ent. R ~ag," he asserted that, "as our na--__
tion has been knit together in its mna- jTm aheavGscmayo
Mayofe faernitie on th& caV-'teritaland omorlinterests by itsbein -Atin Arbor hhas filed a 1tit ii with
psaeplanning thesepaithsifan
the fathers during the week-enti and tertt omre opt a enIteMciaaulc ltic mis
joied ,by its foreign of international slep requesting permission to fixa
these. are expected to be a large part
of the entertaInmient provided for th, o~rie city gas rate for' the "value of cap-
aThe ships of all nations entering ital invested, commensurate and in "rmn
me arngmn s enm a ndlaig01'pdse b a,"r epn wtI h au fmny
An arrangement has been ad -leaklt theshutlesweaving bonds of in- risk o invetet oeiml15fe
whereby tickets, priced at $1.50 anda tem'toa l neetadfinsi. adtepeetcniin o i
obtaiinable at the main desk in te " eiantsa2,0,0nosofdne. h eueti ob er
Unin, illadmt te fthes ad snsmerchant shipping to carry the com-I May 22.
to the Union swimming pool, to the ~i~e of the world, worth $,000,000,- The pettio ass an increase on
banquet and also to eithier tie Ma-! 060W have loans and rpry 1x rate of return of at least S per
estic. or the Arcade theaters Saturdati1 abroadexclusive of Government ! cent on capital invested, which will
evening through the courtesy of t;he i (ans, of $0,000,000,000. If we add to, relieve thet company of' basing its
management of these theaters. The tis thevolume of exports and impjotsI return on its funded debt, allowing at
mene will be the guests of' the Atl- for a single Year-about $10,000,000-arteoslglyvr5pr
letc ssciaio a th bseallgae 00-e-av anamun, lmot gral'prset arae f siptlresentPr
leti asociaionat te bsebll gme 00-w hae a amont.almot eualcent.
Saturday afternoon, to the entire property of the United This action is based on the con-
statesin_168,_andifeacdtoti
Stte i 16, ndifwead o hi anys contention that oeat1011oo
Washngto, May 8.-James Durn- the X8,00000,006o due to us from for-I their plant is no longer t eaable run-
can, senior vice-president of 64 e Iegn governments, we have a total of der the present plan, which evolved!
American' Federation of Labor, Has gi$3,0o,Q0O, being about equal to from a commrission report mrae in
wvithdrawn his resignation. thne total wealth of the nation in 187."1 1918. The petition states, "based uap-
on the charges s fixed iy the coi-
SPni o sion and under"" i ht hs been i
SPR N G CA 4E 1J~ Roperating and con sidering there
tairns made t the customer, which
. . is 12.41 per cent of the amount of
tay 9 -Spring Games. LMAtY S-Iowa vs. Miciga-base- the cstomeicrs bill, the price that the
1May 0--Varsity Band Promenade. ball.cutero th Wstea Gs
May 9-OGhio vs. Micigant track meet. May 3e,-Wisconsin vs. Michigan-a company has been paying for gas
May 9-Northwesterne vs. Michigan- tennis. during the year 124 has averaged
golf. Juie 10, Wl-Aluni meet in Detroit. 1$1.02."
May 10--Mothers' Day. 'Juce 12 -Ohio State vs. Michigan- According to tie report, this,
lMay 11-Chicago vs. Mchigan-ten- baseball. notisaut2ceslsshn
n.Jne1-umifeno Dy. the gas rate i aly of the other
Michgan cities, except possibly De-'
May 13--Spring Elections. butte 1-Senior Class Day. troit and Grand Rapids. City attor-
May 13-board of Control of Student J uno 13=-Alunmn Day. ney Rosco 0. Bonisteel was unable
Publications Banquet.:Jne13-Senior Reception, Ito state yesterday what attitude the
ay13-Senior Sing. Jtune 14-Baccalaureate address. city is likely to take toward this
MAY 1-a iat Junte 1--Cominecement. move on the part of the gas company.j

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lijalert it. Buriams, '2;TI 4
securn these when they were given
out in M Iorris hail Thursday fternoon,
onl account of the Swing Out exercis-
es. To supply these men, the iremain-
decr of the programs will be distribut-
ed at tihe door tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Campbell
and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wilson havel
accep~tedl invitations to act as, patrons
for this party.1
Tihme committee in charge of ar- I
ra ugem en ts complosed of B~urhans,I
chairman, Robert V. Halsey, '25, and
Ward L. C'hadwick, '26M, states that
little attempt will be made to decorate
th hall. 1 The partyvis to be. as con- -------- - --1-'~

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servative as possible, and strictly
closedl. Only guests who received
written invitations will be admitted.
It is the 1)an of the band council to
rcpeat this p)ronmenade each spring if I
time hasty tonight proves a success.

Plione 1927

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Nay 15.16-Fathers' week end.
May I0'-14--M inne sota vs. Michigan-
baseball.
May 20-Senior Banquet a-nd Senior
winlg.
May 20,121, 122, 23--May Festival.
Mary 22-Senior Ball.
flay 2 - rosh Spring Party.
M1ay 220-Last day for payment of di-
ploma fees.
May 23--Outdoor I'nterscholastic
track meet.
May 27--Japanese All-Stars vs. .Mich-
igan-baseball.
May 28, 29-Interscholastic Tennis-
tournament.
Nay :?9 Examinations begin.,
ay 2-Wisconsin 'vs. Michigamn
track- meet.

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SPEEC DEFECTS CORRECTED
! By
D)R. FRED)ERICK MARTINca
Formerly 1)ireetor of SpecelhtIprovemtent
Bo tr( of Education, New York City'
SPECIAL SUMMER CLINIC
Beginning .June 29t1
();,I~ortunties for Correcton of $)ciI ragmet o
* Staunmnerug, Lispiii'g, Loss of SeilArneet o
Voice, 1lltotonous itit, etc. Ui rsySndit
For information, write =
- - ARTIN JNS1TIUTE FOR SP'EECH D1EFECTS
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