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TIUESDAY, FE 3RUARY 23, 1926
'NORTHERN ONTARIO'
4'15 LECTURE[TOPIG

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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"Top H.at Replaces
The 4Fez In Turkey

Fresh Air Camip Director WYill Speali
At 8 'eoe 'n~,fiotIn Na ns

III citing the attitude of many of the
ALUMIWR ON REDUTIO OF UNION
! W / Vdelinquent subscribers, Mr. Heath re-
}DE TB COLLECTION OAF S UBSIPTIONS i marked~ that a largo number of alum-
ni and students are of the opinion
that the Union's indebtedness is due, ;
! Plan1 For Colectioni Of 1)cliiiquenia ciation. It heas preceded the system office in Ann; Arbor. The National at least in part, to the operation of the
building. "This, of"course, is an en-
Pledges Carried Out fnit Many of collecting delinquent subscriptions Alumni association is also co-operat- trl icnevdve ftesta
e "~ f by mail in a finial effort to wip)e out ing in the movement by solicitingiedvie o the . ,, .
theCitiesdeO.f Vasistace ofYoca olictlubsting tion," he said, "because the buildingi
t1) Ili n d bt. ass sta ce o loc l A u mn i cl ub in fun d and th e U nion in debtedn ess are
DEBT TOTALS $309,000O 1' dc r the present arrangement' cities where committees have been aip- entirely foreign tcQ.the operation of the
nearly :)(0 local coinumittecs, comlpris- pointed. uidig
- -;ed of ti'oil Itwo) to fifty aluni, are be- The. total indebtednless of the Uni- "tws(ee ntne«ta n
As the result of a new pln for the i lig f«rued iii cities fromt coast to iona is now $309,789.72.. The amount of profits realized in the maintenance
colecton f dlinuen suscrptonscoosI ntiin anaa. , fr interest. that has been2 paid because of of the Union building should be used
to th ruligfn 1teEno ntne hreteeae60aun past duc subscriptions, many of which I to pay off the debt," explained the gen-
Imore than 150 alumni commiiittees arc! 1tohe appiroachedl, a large commiittee have stretched over as long a period eral manager. "Instead, it was plan-
now functioning in various cte is necessary. The commlitteemnen make1o------------_--_-_-__-_-, -.

ment fund should be established, fronm

Scence Auditorlum i
WILL ILLUSTRATE TALK,;
In a,-Lecture illustrated with slides
lend moving pictures, Lewis C. Rei-
'manni, dircctor of the University fresh
air camp, will speak on "Northern
Ontario" tonight at 8 o'clock in Na-
tural Science auditorium.
Reimlann will talk also on the Can-
adian canoe trek, which he will con-
dluct this summer, from Aug. 1 to 30,
through the famous Mississuaga river
and forest reserve of Northern Ontar-
io. The trip will b~e limited to ten
older high school boys, and the per- -
sonnel of the party will include a
Michigan medical student and an In-f
dian guide.
Tphe trip is b~y steamer voyage fromI
.Detroit to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario,
through the chain of lakes from Bis-
cotasing through the Mississauga for-
est reserve, clown the Mississauga riv-
er, past thec old H-udson Bay post,

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throughout the United States andi Can- lpersonal calls on all alumni whose
ada. According to Homer Heath, gen-' building fund subscriptions are un-
eral manager of the Union, who is di- paid, or partially lmaidl, working with,
recting the campaign, many of the f lists furnished them by the central
comnmittees have already reported as
making favorable progress toward{ -
the collection of subscriptions and the n d flQP
5ubequSiit reduction of the total Uri-ji mving oIIII ,i BS C
ion idtleltedness. ICHO{DS N

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as tell years, is $1392-2 ned, some years ago, that an endow- )subscriptions," hie said.

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struction will be given. in canoeing,
campcraft, and, woodcraft, in a countryf
practically unvisited by man, and1
abounding with moose, deer, and oth-
er wild game. No applications will be
accepted after June 30.
May Suggests
Gym Schedule

Latest style notes from Turkey say
the silks top 'hat is "the" thing for l
formal wear. Pres. Mustapha Kemal
Pasha, who recently replaced the fez1
with the' new world soft hat, eveni
causing the execution of some who re-
fused to forego the fez, is shown above
introducing the formal hat.
PARIS,-A 'summary of "the treaty
recently entered into at Angora Ue-F
twl n \ T)L L ULf anal(II , Vxrria1, fU~ S 1h

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Of Four"Years ihn adtiond to regulating, the uses naOf
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compulsary arbitration of all disputes
In suggesting that the University and establishes neighborly relations
require four years of compulsory between the two countries.
physical education and allow corre-
sponding. hours credit for the time
spent each week, Dr: G. A. May, of the DETROIT THEATRES
department of physical education THS W E
stated in an interview yesterday after-
noon that it is the duty of thre Uni-
versity to' see that its graduates are K ICEven. - 50c to $2.50
equipped physically as well as men-i Sat.dMat. t.'c00to;125001
tally to meet the requirements thatI "Remarkable for its story and powerful presen
willbe trustuponth"tation," said Helen C. Bower, in the Free Press,
This system of required physical j j" F ui~
education is in effect at the Univer- ; t hUn FrutU
sity of Illinois and Pennsylvania-i with 'These Three Stars
State college, asserted Dr. May,,,an( Aiaardtiigl RO1Io Peters
Harry Berestord
has been found to be highly satsfac-} Next Sunday the famnous"Kosher Kitty Kelly"j
Its fouhentiueriowevr, illNights75 to $1.5e
toryweer atthsiisitton.Bonslelle Playhouse ats.'ue Thur.
Its ounatin hee, nd at.,500 750
of necessity have to be dlelayed until W.oodward ait iFwbt Tel. Glendlale 9792
the proper facilities have been ob- The BONST ELLS Ctn.
tained to cope with the number of In John Ekert Goodmnan's Thrilling D~rama
studlents taking the course, Dr. May I
pointedl out. At present, Waterman i"THE MAN WHO CAME BACK"
gymnasium is crowded to the utmost N cixt Aon., G eorge\1 Al. oan's "Song and
in taking care of the freshmen alone, - iaiic M an.

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n4rask thiat a. representative of the NAShI CO. call Upon, you to
show samples and styles.
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and it is probable that a newv building
with more complete equipment would
have 'to be built before the course'
could be extended to juniors and sen-
iors.
Dr. May, in advocating the change
to the four-year compulsory physica l'
education plan, is acting on the rec-
ommendation of the University son-
ate at its last meeting.
TODEAY AND
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