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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, APRIL G, 1927

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BANDISELETSMUSIC~
FOR1 ANNUAL FORMAL
Arthur M G ook '27A heads tonniitee
Planning Third Spring )ace Of
Varsity Organization i
MLITTLE WILL BE GUEST
Plans for the third annual formal
dance of th GeVrsity band, to be held
Agri~ 22 In the Masonic temple, are
neaxing onletion with the selection
of 'Seymour Simon's Tunesters, a band
from Detroit, who will furnish music
for the affair. Arrangements for the
dance are being made by Arthur It.
Cook, '27A, chairman o the general
committee, assisted by Robert Bur-
hans, Grad., and Ralph Netzley, (grad.
Invtations have been distributed,
each member of the band having the
privilege of inviting two or three
guests, and it is expected that. 175
couples will attend the event. Presi-
dent Clarence Cook Little, and Mrs.
Little, and Robert A. Campbell and
Mrs. Campbel' will be the guests of
the band, as. patrons and patronesses.
Several prominent alumni who have
at some time been connected with the
band, have been invited, among them,
'. Fred P. Lawton, '11.
This dance is the only band social
event of the school year, and in pasa
years has been highly successful.
)Rlaborate plans are under way for the
decoration of the ball room, which
will exceed any effort of past affairs.
Refreshments will be served during
the dancing. Pne of the customs is the
wearing of nand capes during the
grand march,~'with the lining turned
out to reveal the blue and gold.
Make Arrangements
For Annual Meeting
Of District Alumnij
Complete arrangements have been
made for the fourth annual meeting
of the ninth district of the Alupni
association, which will be held at Ann
Arbor on. May 7. This meeting will be
the first of the district meetings to
be held this year in the eleven alumni
districts and will, according to indi-
cations be the largest meeting of
alumni for, the alumni population of
this districti s over 10,000.
The dir V a slp of Mason P. Rum-
:ney- 'A7Ewbiis also past president
of, the Alumni association, expires and
the succe~so*, wil be named. The
hiold over director is P. J. ttowayI
'94, twV directors being, neededfo
the ninth d ~~ict because of its size.
Charles F. Dglbridge, '91L, will pr-
side at all the meetings.
DuLring the day of the meeting ex-1
tensive plans 'have been made, ac-
cording to Hawley Tapping, alumni j
secretary, for the careAnd entertain-
ment of the,attendin gmembers of the
Organzation. The opening assemblyI
will be held at 10 o'clock in the Union.
In the a ~onth i~ti~Pebrs
will beo ctrtained at the Michigan-'
Illinois baseball game or at a golf
tournament to be held at Barton Hills.i
A banqtioet for all attendants will con-
clude the convention and will be held
that night in the Union.
IOWA-At the last session of thel
state senate the University was
grazted $450,000 for a library. }

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NUMEROUS'
ARGMN

IRRSI p SI EL X FRMadoption of the Honor system quare- !ciple of rstud~ent hn styol dis-
FOR HO OpOE-'OR ly up to them. He could promise tha tjplace th s'I ll' ~ie :ttfde, a
__________wh le they ar- (doing their part, hje ; r e114a~a'uf~ h uitu.

[ditors Note: lPrdf. A. D7. Ioore 7f Ito some degree k ow who they are.
the 'gnel ccoll7t 11t. m diiil p~
(ent of Taui Beta P , honor enj imeeri.; Assuming i23;ten thata large Liberal
fratcenity, is the a uthor of this ,seic of s
ant .eCSs :ki' upon a national- survey I Arts coilege is con scious of its prob-
made of the honor systemn in colleges a~ I,.em, a{( a eie t e e~yt
universities. lIadhsdcddt e eyt
i uurtetnth Installmecnt: mneet it,--what to (10? The college is
not 1 eady foe' adopt ion of the Honor
AcItl icing proper faculty-studaent vti.I o togttreyhijb
is not beneaith t1ha attention of the'
I relat-ions is a cimatter resting; almost, preisident of the institution, so I am
whlolly on the shouldh'rs of the facul- igonlg to takie thle liberty of talking
t y. The responsibility for there being directly to that educator, whoever he
a good faculty rests with the lean, muay b~e. If he is too busy to attend to
arid ultimnately, with #h5? presjd(!nt. this problem ;, their lie is too busy. to
We have plenty of teachers of sub- be presidt . I ami here working oni
wtc.;ve need more teachers of ncn I the premise th-it presidents are ,only
and w7omnen. who can teach their sub- nuumheved in hundrheds3, that thery are
Ject ; as well. j relatively miature,, and are in no great
-)e ' t 'reselwe of too miany i rres- I ed.l of .salvatmon ; but tha# under-
pac'msihtes in the situlent body as graduates are numbe.red in terrs of
ain argumnt against the adoptiona of f thousanlds, are immature, and are sur-
the li1onor systenn, is really the bestI rounded by inifluenccs with which the
ae ;unt for its oadoptioti. Not that, presidet, the deans, and the faculties
the Honor systemi could be adopted ' can have mnuchr to do if 'they wjsh.a
overnight and used tomorrow to clefan' The president oul~ call to ,ether n
house; hut In leooking forward to the nucleus of~ the better known and high'
dlay wh len the college would be ready ly respected upper-classten. As Soon
to operate under the Honor system, *as5 he can find from them the names
some hous~ecleaning wrould have to be + of leaders in the lower classes, he
done. If the faculty knows there are could include those in his group:.He
too many irresponsible,,, then it must; could put. thve question of ultimate
For Un. iersity Students

would be doing hw,-hih~ ould lie could . ii rep;osi'fo
he to have some very frank t alks with among ten'l;s OfhilI; o
his faculties. He could thten ask his', th 1'' the i olo .F ' l !ejiO i
I st udents leaders (assuming that they,
Swillingly coomietted with him) to he-:cudsgetth hsut~tIic
gin discussions of the principles of mnight from t ie to tvne rite, 'sl or-,
collegiate honor in various ways. l,,ie ls for the czumpus dily o 11,1:t ti-
could point out to them that they he- '. ussion nih. he?: ?w di' that ar-.
long; to innumerab~leclubs. societ ies tier, Ander u pe~i lecdI
and idWhatnot, which would give thmrnask that mlrsom eer vtci
opportuitieq to bring up. pertinentt for and: Tign ou ,i ree:ly Is,an n
Isubjects. He cojild suggest that if vig-- all c insl; t, im's oimes h

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We have a large :as;or'~ tn of Faster basetii' and cand';ll~le; f!or
the kids. Also a lar-ge slch-'Mino alrUrV~n ars aos
plae cards, etc.
Phone 47-14 1111 SouthUn erlPhone 4171

orous statemenits of belief in the prin-

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Delicious and RefreshinO

NORRIS

CANDY

Announce m ent of the
$30,000 Coca-Cola prize
contest will appear in many
newspapers and in the fol-
lowing magazines:
The Saturday Evening Pos.... .May 7
Literary Digest ......... May 14
Colier's Weekly..May 21
Liberty ......... May 14
Life ......... May 5

FOR EASTER
*Let your E,)stcr iremblrance bea Norris
variety box.It is a veritable ,feast for the ciandy
hungry, with its twenty-two differen t kinds of
declicious confections. The box is glor ified with
a co!orf ul Easter- wrap or box b,-And.
Frceh shipment just received at
C "RPP E.N'S
3 STORES
"A Store in Every Shopping Center."a

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THIS introduces to University students
Xa new way of getting around that has
met with instant favor because of its con-
venience and economy.
You can now ,rent a fine private automo-
bile that you drive yourself-take where you
like--in fact use exactly as you would a car
of your own.
Whether you're going for a trip of a few
miles, a week-end trip or need a car for the
evening occasion - you'll find this service
mighty convenient.
You come to our station-select the car
you want-and you're on the way. It takes.
about two minutes. 'No red tape--no annoy-
ing questions.
The only requirement is that you be quali-
fied and competent to drive a car. That is all.
The cost is much lowver, than you would
expect. Next time you want to go some-
where-we invite you to go in one of our cars.
Ride in Groups and Spit the Cost
It costs no more for five to rhie in one of our cars.
Plan a trip with three or four othrs-divide the bill-
and the cost to each -is so small you'll never miss it.

Watch this contest
next three months.
men ought to win,

for the
College

723 N. 'Univ.
Phone 9797

217 N. Main
Phone 8511

219 S. Main.
Phone 681

The Coca-Cola Co., A-Ilanta, Ga.

Read The Daily "Classified" Columns

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Giacomo

Kil mi-brllilant Baritone

of Chicago Civic Opera.

Company,

American Rug
Cleaning Works
There are only a% few in
the United States like this
high grade works, and none
A other, near you.
Dim "8115 14132.40~ Green St.
Oriental Rigs
Washed by
Experts
Original Colors
Are Restored.
Pure Soaps.
Rugs Repaired.
Reference: Ann Arbor
Savings Bank or your
neighbor..

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they are not only
more pleasurable,
but equally impor-
tant to me, because
they are kind to my
throat.''1

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Ukulee " I Jd Will Soon
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Bie prepared for out- of - doors ',good
tiex"-You've still time to learn to play
a Ukulele. 'We have iikes at all prices-
a wonderful assortment of them.

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and loop over our big stock of
real sooit---No trouble to shorn~

You, too, will find that Lucky
Strikes are mild and mellow-the
finest cigarettes you ever smaoked,
made of the finest Turkish and
domestic tobaccos, properly aged
and blended with great skill, and
there is an extra process -it's
toasted"-no harshness, not a bit
of bite.

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