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____ ___THE Ml-IHIGAN DAILY

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TO ACULTY MEN FOR-YI'
FIRST TALK WILL BE GIVEN
FRIDAY UV 110-USE
TM OF LORD$
PRINCE WILL ATTEND
Othiers Will be Given at Cambridge,
Oxford, Birmingham, Glasgow,
Wales and Aberystwyth*

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Formal invitations have been re-
ceived by sever~ faculty members to
ttend the cour of lectures on "Brit-
1811 and American Rivalries in the
Ameican Revolution," to be given by
Prof. Claude H. Van Tyne, of the
history department, who is occupying
the Sir George Watson Chair of Amer-
iican History, Literature and Institu-
tions in British universities.
The first part of the course will be
given In the House of Lords, Friday,
in the presence of the Prince of Wales
sponsor of the lectureship. Follow-
ing that, Professor Van Tyne will
speak at 'Oxford, Cambridge, Birming-
ham, Aberystwyth, Wales and Glas-
gow. Hie will deal 'with various com-
parisons between the colonie end the
mother country, discussing the influ-
ence of the diplomats, the soldiers and
sailors, the merchants, the lawyers,
and the Anglican church.
Sir "Watson Establshed Chair I
The chair which Professor Van
Tyne holds was established in 1919
on the return of the Prince of Wales
from his American tour, by Sir George
Watson, Bt., and is administered by
the 'Su~rave Manor board. Its pur-
pose s, creating a greater knowledge
of American institutions and history
among Englishmen, to promote good,,
will between the two countries. i
Since its inauguration, at whichl
the late Viscount Bryce opened the
series, with Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour
presiding, the chair has been occupied
by Ex-President Hadley of Yale Un-
versity, Ares. Nicholas Murray Butler
of Columbia university, Prof. A. F.
Pollard of University college, London,
Sir"Robert Flconer, president of Tor-
onto university, and Dr. Robert M-1
~l4roy, professor of American history.
at Oxford university. All of the lee-
tuhres are printed as they are given by ,
the ;Cambridge university pres.
ROUGH ENIM1NEERS
TO TEST DANCING
IN OLDEST ATTIRE~
By Tiothy Hay
I+Engineers can't dance. But they try.
And, u der the auspices of Web and
Flange,\ honorary civil engineering so-;
ciety, the engineers will get together ;
in their oldest clothes and have a_
dance, Saturday night at the Masonic
temple.
That's the only way engineers could
spring a dance-in old clothes. They
do t every year, and originally it was
exclusively for Camp .Davis men.
Camp Davis is the summer resort for
engineers up near Cheboygan, the
idea being that engineers should be
segregated from human beings.
It is said that if there should be
any, engineer who could borrow 'a
tuxedo, and knew how to wear it, and
catO to the Camp Davis dance in
it, hie would be severely punished-
such as being made to chane over to
the Law school.
Tickets, priced at $1.25, will be on
sale at the door, according to the
Committee. Engineers are very infor-
mal by nature, as witness their jun-
iors in those flashy blue striped af-
fairs, and so it is not surprising that
they want to dance in outing clothes.
MAKE PROGRESS I N
WORK 'ON STADIUM
Pouring of the first concrete seat
deck for the "new l~ehigan stadium
has ;begun, and the work is now pro-
gressing satisfactorily, according to an
announcement made yesterday.
Previous pouring had been confined
to the tunnel and pier columns, but
this work -was completed last week.
A shift in the plans for the woman' s
athletic building has also taken place,
the building being moved back 15
feet in order that North University
avenue, which is to be continued intoj
Volland street, may cut across Four-
teenth street diagonally instead of '
in a -deep curve.

F"cavation for this building has
been completed, and work will begin
Soon.
Undeliverable Mail
Held At Postoffce
Mai" l for the followintg Per sons is oI,
l'idat the post. office, undeliver able
r' d Imay be securcd lby the ownersisi
c iled for at the Gener al D~eliver;
' inow, main office, on or befor~e Mal
219127,
J. D. Ackerma n, 'irof. Gerald Bar-
r:; AV. W. BlT~ume, J. J. Brown, hariry
('-miron 1Marion Cla~rk.l Marv 1 .,il 1,

American Schools Cw.ntribute To Fund WWJ TO ' CONT INUE
For RebuildingShakespeare Mem orr !ChICAN NIGHT
'I ia t. n ,' fear's Ilt or~;ii vof Mich-
Ain crican youth now in s~cols an)d f,,(x schn':ol, ConlcCrd , Ma . ; ljl ips #W1" i Ird Iio progi alm s Iill iii 1ag in bI'
colleges slow as gr eat an inlter'cAt in Fxt er, Elxel er, N. I-L.; "I' mc(d on .111 i)' ntcast by WXVJ, L, ^ ? h'ti'oit Ntews
ShakeC (speare asd Iid l fiCH'fathe'rs ilicr selloo] , P iflCtoil, NJ,.: T t. r duo(1'( tationl, w."s W8osiCVtaYvant ici,,at-
the days when iMlande Adamns, E. 1I. school, NWatertown, Ct.; Gxes:tover el by 1 W7ado l*l -Abbt prc-rain man11-V
Sotherni, Robert lMlaiitlI, AdelRehan.iR school, 1liddlehury, Ct.; ,laye'r aca- der 10, hosi te.1, "TI-here is every ex-
Richard Mansfield, Johin Drew and Vi- dln'y, So. Bra intiee, 1\ia.; Chicago p-fl titioi1lihat \V'v'J twill1 broadecast i
ola Allen were spleTVd(ily pol-taving 'iat in 's,:hool, Chicago; iviorristowi thle iuvelxit v~ of Michligan air prio-
the characters of Sha keripea re's play,,, N . J. ; 1ic((e]ie'schl, i N'(}i ~i(>.ai' ,,r.1am;for 1;127- 2S." C
declared Prof. G1eorg e Pierce Balecr, La.; Aslley hall, Charier7towN1, S. C.; AC cording> to M~r. Abbot, there ha-.
(irector of the Yale U niversit y thea-' and VWetbridrge schoollri nu, Cl-arg ead for cpisof
tre andl Executive Chiaiuan of thle ifornia pamplets c ontaining the talks giverV
Ame8ricabn Shakespeare foundation to- One of the oii sta~ldin - contributors bay faculty mnembers of the radlio pro- iY
day. to'the fund, it. is stated, was the grins of the season just ended. Al-
The former he-ad of the famlouls "47 Hlotchkiss school of Lakeville, Ct thaugh the pamphlet will not be avail- 1
Workshop" of 11 arvard i-iver pity whose X330 students, the entire school abl nilaot ue10 leaymr
made this stat ement in annouancing the body, participated in tli~ fund, doniat-' than 1750 requests for copies have
results to date of tll') particilpat ion oif ing $750.t been received. The concluding pro.
Anierican schools and colleges in 11w In addition, t he public schttool sy g-rama alone resultedl in 137 request,
4 4 o~~r cops, s of the pamlal.et. Th'ley wril'
restoration of the wold -r eno , m( cd 1 cao12 sates, Conmn6e it tt.eorgi,
Shakespeare Memorial thcen, at Massaclhusetts, Alaboama Tnnsseble issued in the form of a University=v
Stratford-upon-Avon.i North Carolina, Arizona. Lcuisianla !.;blletini and as the fund appropriated
"Although the younge'r gelleiaticil Oregon California. Missouri and stah.-; by the Board of Regents is sulfficienlt
has frequently been chrara,terizedl a. 'have annou~nced participation, to cover the cost of printing, copies,
spirtualy ncaableof pprciaing!------ ---i will lie mailed free of charge to all
Shakespeare," said Professor Baker ; -l eW1 rru~ hm
the generous responses of scholastic j
youth everywhere tend to refute this.,I Liberal President Saca sa in Nicara-
"Despite the charges 1 hztt~em T fL- un- s~ait5ys he is Unable to coiil)rehend~
dergraduat e of today is jazz-mad alid whyAilei caii governmeint seeks to0
materialistic, 4 olee, reof I iioseoieevensode at cost of peidylives of fAmeni-
ecially l 1 su olgs participating in the internation- against will of Nicaraguan people.Diz
al mlovemnent to rebuildl the burned
Memorial theatre. Among these are:AmesBwon BrnCnllI
Hamilton, Hobart, Massachusetts Ag- ----- - - ---- - __
nicultural college. Mt. Holyoke, Oher-_____________________
lin, Smith-, Vassar, Williams, Clark
andl the Universities of Michigan,Th'A n A rbor P es
Delaware, Chicago, Virginia, Pennsyl-
vania, Mississippi, Maine and In-'PITR BINDERS ENGRAVERS
diana."
Seventy-two secondary schools Maynard Sr. Phone 3456i
throughout the country are also co-;
operating, it is announced. Among
t e e a e C et u Hil a a e Chestnut Hill, Pa.; Choate school, j
Wallingford, Ct.; Finch school, New,; ENVELOPE ENCLOSURES
York City; Freehold Military school.;
Freehold, N. J.; Hill school, Potts- - ECONOM.IeAL DVE'TISING
town, Pa.; Kent school, ,Sent, Ct.;
Knox school, Cooperstown, N. Y.; Mac-
kenzie school, Monroe, N. Y. ; Middle- ; W ant to tell the MIVIRCIIA NTs and MAN UiACT-
UttERI; of Ann Arbor of 0NE GOC) \V) AS to
R EACHn a great many people for BUT0,1' 1 er cj
~G o o1011:;:N.Y. ENve1I,0oi'gS'rUn ::S sent with your Biii,,

Tomorrow the first issue of The source on the cmpus will he reprinted
Michigan Weekly will be dlist ributed thne ' l eek No advertising will
with The Daily. This edition will be, be runin ::thyi apler'.
only a samphle copy of the paper that ThIe firs and fourth pages of each
is to be soldl by subscript ion onlylSissue o The Weekly will be (devoted
every Monday morning next. year.' to camtpus news other than sport news
Charles E. Behiynier,*'28, has been up-x;itli the latter appearing oil the thbird'
poinlted managing editor. page9. rphe second pag,-e will be cone-
The Weekly will contain only news la'sad (f clippings fromu The D~aily
whiiich has appeared in The Daily the editorialIs of the the wceek and from the
week before The Weekiy is published. Toast ad.(!Rolls c'olumn. Tfhe tentative
No Associated Press news or otlier seize of the paper is four- pages andf
news which dloes not have its (direct foul. columns on each pag"e. It is ex-

trial M1eti;hodis< t iscoparl church of
letltoitlhas been 1selected as the prin-
cipal speaker for thel annual banquet
of thle Cosmopo)!ita club wh'iich Nwill
be hed at sx'cl.ck, Tuesday, May 17
at. thle Prlesbter ian church.
pctial that the paper will be made
largey after it has been tried out for
a time in this size.
Parents are xlpectedl to be among
the readers of The Weekly. The price
foir a year's subscription will be $1.25.

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STARTING TODAY :DON ~
Here's a Humorous Variation on ('tciulug
the Dramatic Triangle Jhn=
T h em e . tII 1111111:1.

ThURSAY, IMAY 12, 1927
Sample Issue OLNew Michigan OWeekly iDETROI1T MINISTER
Will Make FirstAp-pearai cC 'omorrowIT DRESCU
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Faris and Helen of Troy, Anthony and Cleopatra, Lancelot and
Elaine, Samson and Delilah, Hamlet and Oaphelia, Adam and
Eve, Yet No e , of Them Were "Afraid to Love" - Why
Was She?

ADOLPH WO
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Annual rPF1IW4)of-War

Typewriter1
at Rider's Pen Shop
Coope'r's
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FAMOUS
FOOD
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(Above lDerrillI i'ratt's)

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USUAI, Si RvicE or of BARGAINS aln Mk*RCII.\NISI
often start a customer TlONVARD MORE purIChases.
WE N"'~I-, iWGLAD TO Iiliicr you plan a series of
these I3.J E r. ILNGix PR"LcS.

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A Riotous Comedy That Strikes a Parisian Note!

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The Most Daring Thief
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