THE MICHIGAN DAILY
CcHA E *S IL '
Selection of cane
mittees of all sent(
ipationl of Cane dI
thle first Sunday
.ance of this tr'!diti~
year1 that memlbi
classes have carr i(
r ?I Sbe'carried by seniors of the archltec-J FO RM RNOt HWES T
a. ural college, while a stickt of a dleep ®arILNRH ET N
wie[olrbernga'iit, iet e EA i LL SPEAK HERS
section band wih n embossed -1I
CUM g ~will (list imguish <s<eniof 01the pt, r-i l)-. Lynn-aro~ ld lBough, Formneri
COMMITT FE niaacy corllege?. AlV embe. r, of the '27 Ist.i- rp- esident of orthwestern uniiversty,
mes dministrai o, (L:;; will ca--r' and sinice 1 920 ntastor atthe Cent ral
a dark ebony t stick haiviing- cta-
W ssevetl For ,ftoa lslbadwt h"bosd lssMthodist Enisco-nal church in lDe-
ITotiicre numerals. i roji, will sn .uk ar .. he arinnml Ve -
ne£ eit f'Canes of the, Literary school gr ad- ya guild ban quet I-'idiay, 1rUfJI (ii
uating class: will be of ssl Ii> eboy -Is
VER BANDS with born tip). The onie ineh si 1v~r t:.; t dr, p t~ di ~ ,"of ;tt lodult '
band will be (engraved or mb seactinviiies itl \\csl( hail. [Dr. 11 onghts
es by the cane corn- 'with a block "M"I' and the nuerlstallkWill 1be the m~ ;t immci *ant ev n
[or classes in antic- "27". of this year's progiamn.
lay, to b~e observed Orders for canes ma y be placedI Dr. [louvhm was this y,-,, elected:
in May, 'has been through Wagner and company, State onte oi t!ei2 lead ,g i es nthe
pleted. The observ- street, and must be orde red lindi rdal- IUnited 2 f; i;te. I.aF,,year h anpe ired;
on will be the 38th ly ac'cording to len gth. -Phree o eecs i l s~ ittritim on the 7r aloricl.
er of the senior should be allowed for delivery. tssfic~ticit 5 plrogrvuY.
ed walking slicks ---- --- -
I~ ~ nrr..ni a 'Com
PRO VES SUCCESS,
vis::or must have a personal interest
1his group in order to further its
xim_,v nd he pointed -out that his
group had been using his home for
"Group organization affords a most i ngs.
su'cce:Ssful means of icclimating the? A bowling tournament, as well as
now students to the University," stat-!I several basketball games between
ed Waldo Abbot of the rhetoric de- the students, have served to arouse
partment, recently, when questioned competiti-Ve interest. A swimming
as to the results of the new systemI meet,, and chiess and bridge tourna-
of advisors for freshmen. Mr. Abbot! ment in the near future.
is one of the men who has organiz-; "The real value in the system", he
ed divisions of the class for sca
purposes, and he is enthusiastic over cocue,"lnts uhi h
the way in which the plan has work-I contests as i the opportunity to re-
ed out. According to himt, the ad- ceive advice."
ir,,nceni(ent to nmark the passing ot
the- woodeui picklet fence(, which at
one time surrounded the entire cain-
Individual st erling silver bands will
lie the differentiating feature of the
C111109 chosen for this year's senior
cls.With the exception of the cane
sltediF by the c:omfmittee of the
S(Icool of Business Administration,
whuich will" lie a tap~ering heavy
straight stick toruped by a plain silver
knlob), all the sticks will have curved
tolls. The prediominating color tones
v;i ll b, dark grecys, browns, and black
ebonly. The lightest color of the walk-
ingl sticks this year are those selected
by the seniors of the School of Educa-
tion and](dental college, who chose
canes of light tan Castana wood dec-
oratedl with a silver block "M" and,
the numerals "27" on a sterling, band
near the top.
Seniors in the engineering college
will carry a cane, of dark brown ebony
whose silver band is embossed with
the insignia of the army engineering (
corps. A turtle ebony stick bearing
the regulation medical insignia of a
Caduceus in a silver scroll band will
distinguish the seniors of the Medical
Trhe heavy black ebony cane of the
Law school seniors embodies a. unique
scrollwork band design of the scales!
of jnstice and. a block "lMi". A dark
grey breech cane .with the traditional
palette design of the silver band will
1014 C"Am. Sr.
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upon the recomm endation of a frienci, you'll
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en el, Thursday, March 1 7th.
'E, > ..
The latest in men's .smart topcoats for Spri rj All
long models in the latest= stripes and tweeds.' They
are specially tailored anid fit perfectly around the
shoulders and collars.
$0, $45, $50
Extra Pants ]Free
The high cut models with the roll collars, a° .
short coats are very good looking in the new s 'm
patterns. Corbett's perfect fitting trousers are a
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To tt '
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