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March 05, 1927 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-03-05

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SA'rliIJY, MRCH 5.,1 :1:


IE VIECan.IE 4rdy tor T o b acc
P AMR FIELD WOR K jfEVD NC ERIRS C1T ORENSIC CLJ~It is very convenient at times to be able to run in
Mgazines of 'a sonsatiomnatI tucII
----t'l I" l rtored o l'c vry opuar:, toourstoe btwee clsse oror your way to or
Work To Bie Done By L ansing Cocern ' all over the country, scern to iinve al (Continuedl from Page one) from the campus and find candy, tobacco mg-
Will Inelude Leveling tit lS1ll most no sale at all In stores' lin m th ujcsta eedbtc meadmn te hnswihyumyhv
Nov Dividig GroundsI Arbor, according to a rcoesnt survey(insadmn;ohrtng wic yumyh
Smade by The Daly. This Sur'vo ' the society years ago were exccedingly i G sion to want.
TOEX ED 20FEET a : Tesowed alsio that men and x tie° ,momemcnou.The one that dre'w thle c
TOEXED } 20students alike .show ape ew oamost heated argument "'w It2solve2,H .. .. i-
magazineOs contiutilua ~larg e TatThren- Ia aibo Bfoe h
Contracts- for the work of renod- ,e isois ~Im~~iSO nte feulwih
eling the Palmer Athletic field for!hrofstorinaelyI+ Tth at erday f 'ioo."An the f Malightippwas
woe aebe e oteLnigwhetheir or not IVarsitsiLaundry Agenc
Excavating company, Fielding 1. Yost, i an e Aerican01Magazne ~Voii C fAwdephillor.aniVarsots LaundryuAgenc
director. of intercollegiate athleti cs, fand'ltoe Aead hntire field ofwerer X
foud'to ~a th e7tI efi'tde: ia- :yiiams Street Across from Conregrational Church
announced; yesterday afternoon. This I 1xal npit of ale ontilthe country ha ve in thie past written to, .
concernrhc slcte nLnhg the local chapter concerning the es-
will have charge of excavating, fillig, in stud mis bu % more cop es of itbihln fantoa rtriyo
the entire field. te a'febt hy'%ofvrAdelphi of Michigan has remaineedlii-
ThebeewyPalmerofoeldawillnextend i , active to any sucl movement.
for 1,000 feet from' Vaughan street LietComplt Oad an f the numerous alumni of Adeli,
to Cuzes hal, urss' hmeandFair,, ill the order named. Hjowever,
to ouzns all nuses hoe, ndthe two tEve-cent wveelie's stwem to Iam~ng w hom are many state judges,
wilb efcl eethe hill which ntionally knlown lawyers, statesmen -
will be erfectlylevel, liedtoniiatzN. Women student s agree arlden ofclgstreith
now divides the field into two parts I w thl the mn as to the mrwits of thean desofclgstreith
will be:comletely leveled. Fourteencth audy vnn Pswil hi donor of the Law club and Martha
stet okdrioy la isnCo hc stews onay o next choices are Ladies Hom~e Jour- 'SL '} Serve Our Specialty Brick
the "field, will be widened ten feet on 1 M od Hueepn, n h rf .J ijpelo h nls
the eastern side and re-named Forest Woman's Home Companion. Poo .Cmbl fteEgih
avenue, 'ii, Which it will be a natural At the libraries there( is coil s~d (-dopartment was elected speaker of Of
extensio# t0 the North. Iable demand for certain imagazin".e lpii isspooestblea- t {
Tohen aiwllheathletic:1building for as The Nation, Current History, andI n 18se6esoftrie Acontiestaforhed pun- -I I . C
woen of t1,bproe tarothe stre in t orld'se verylarge saleinzte cAnesths foANGEeRINE IC
lAedoftep ocaeted atrssthe sotherne oldsWork, all of which were in- 1 -
pose of stimulating the forensRin -LI77 S~\~ \
from th ew Museum building. the stores.' terest of the campus. Debates were
Whed Ialmer field is completed, the A marked decrease il the popular- ofee-otesphmrsadteCand
University will have the finest ath- ity of humnor mnagazliies such as Judge juniors while orations were given to r
letic pl.nt for women in America, Life, and College Humor particularly, ;the seniors. All of these contests were , VANI1JLA~.
and every practical feature for~ out- has been noticeable yin all stores on; held -open to the public so that in-W
door recreation will be afforded. This the campus this past year. Periodi- terest was further aroused. -
nunit is oemr necessary step cals of a more serious nature as !Bcueo h evcsAepihs(
in the iUniversity's plan for general American Mercuriy, the Forun,, and 'given toward the public speaking-
physical education for all students the Atlantic Monthly have supplanted I activities of Michigan, the society has
over tlte "four-year undergraduate these magazines, according to several been left entiirely iidependent of fac- Dia Ar~
period, a4nd,when the other units now clews-dealers. ulty patronage. Alpha Nu and Adl- Dal4101 ,-
authorized' are. finished, the Univer- - - phi are the only two societies onl the ..-
sity will. be one of the first to estab- ability of person, right of ieetings campus that have this "privilege.
fish a oiprehensive plan for four and unions. All Russia asked me this The introduction in 925i of the Ox-y
yer s o ruequired physical education and I have no alternative but to 'give fordt system sof codcigthMeky A
_________________ NN ARIBOIR' D.A.IRiY
A special meeting of the Board in in the society for manty years. In this ..
Control.r of Athletics will be held at PRINCETON.-Garage owners are1 systemn the organization is (divided into
thle Union* this afternoon, Coach Yost reported facing financial difficulty as. parties s the Republican, Democrat,
also aniounced, at which time the bids a result of the ban on student cars.I and Farmner-Labor parties in whicl ="TeHm ofP cMd"
for the completion of the stadium will ach party takes a definite stand onlTeH m fPr il
be considered and the contract award- ILLINOIS-President Kinley has current political pr'oblems. The d-
ed . (asked the state legislature for $10,- bates on every Tuesday night. are open «
, ' 0000. o hepuli. " l~llI111lll~lil!!l~500,000. to!!!!i!!!l!It11thel!!!! public.!l!!!!1

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Good morning, M~ichigan! This is the style that
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New Spring
Pumrps and Oxfords


Campus was

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Won't you stop ix. Saturday,

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hearty welcome awaits you.


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