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S (?pfertlon 1t z~~tv :n ;siet Co un~i-,
ei anud Athletic Ass ,v~Iatlrni
Mitices 1?Echelt i silrnxdle.
lichigan's cheering section,; c
-'imed by visitinig college stludents
s~one of the best in the country la'cy
<<"r and vastvly lproved this year toj
ti a more favorable opportuniity to
(+se in the section desiring; to ac-
cnliod ate visiting relatives5 and
i:!Iends, will be continued thiis year onl


[! Kj KtEILh12 onzt~ lc~mpoezof 4te new rMichigan aad hi flly equipped with drops and
Thouagh it was only the first day cearly hazing season in the Ipast [ew T LOL fULLJ'1'litr ia X ca "ii 7rul y ea in D~e az.-zlig ahtng effet qcapable o supporting
of school sonme of the freshmen wore( yearss at thesm ie h rlin e.Mc ftes lwr a~a ag tg rdi;ia, ag n
thi osysedy ocat l bi re^t}outhswoaiemiely to wear TiIA II flu 0e11 = Im ; fl' 0 P0 1 ! JE.rTxiino , athe con ("3trte- spc~iou~ts fyha een 1prViCkdedandC
erhts rI poitdthe utsuzt al e.nsstheoir own puctslast yeazar a eappar- Ihil Naliii I NhYI cz/ laI:I t arethe ex- a ttlof furrest andandiokn room
in the grey headkplec a, and a p~aurcentky ,etlv determined that. suc eiidin 11H11N DURING 1 26 2 ( _._rUxL°--L_ ...



lrespecct thel'University traditions. Per-
ha lb cy>>" were deAluded into thils by
the sneaker :s during freshmen week,
or p)rapals they dolly hope to secure
enough of c~rthe pots to imakle =a drcenit
boirtnCap night, b.uta yat. tew,.
thee were 7JPots, severai ll the I riht
jon "hlo amus
phonil0io re ,s, however, i Is afa
IAITII 011 rUT flnlnfl

class 'y all not falInolothe same
degradation, and proposaks to blushing
womyen students, dancom, and other
kinds of PtrIs which onlyv sopho-
morescoldConceive, 'eatuedth .
program Wat several spot, on the
TI" q ot , neverthelessisa vr
.tr'1=ckyffair. II. generanlly akeaclass
at 1E At a mnth to learn howv to wear
itslpots with, TMe deboawir manner
which all freshmein shlt d cultivate.
The Pot, in the first? place, sho)uld not
be worn lie aNbauebll cap, close
down, over the eyes, and n-_t, r Mhould
be, w orn like a t ,,o1d pitr,
I angng on one varn The trul digni-
flecd Iot can "repose inn lly oneplace
respcta ibly-,rand that is the rar of the
head-just asftar to the, rear as it is
silfe for a pot to be put.
Actually the freshmen re wearing
their pots, however, or at least buying
them; for the State street merchants
are unanimnous in their opinion that
the sales have been at least as heavy
as last year, and some of them arm
completely sold out of the smaller
s izes.


S VhOLOF 11 ' '!'11 1111OW
Scolo f iti iinr I ady All 01 rms
! As Hedt 11%t'Or Pall.

1.;)F'} awoR, 'il1b t euri Ted t;R vxe aimum11li
crding oAhe l, afor the new coMfort fo r trs _oJ ton vl
u 1.i b tluif l v m odeT .1 .rn ~ ' I m l l o 1 aPd- l ,f1 ' 1 and ] fire- i ll2 be of the rm odern flow ep t y ,
'oe mdwlIrn an h ietjL rill burners are to bei(_: ie
tehsith inni regards t, ' ii..l; o to pro' v1Cide het, and11(1huge exhau!St
eqgm~n.Theiti g :w1belarge fans will afford (com1plete circutlimon
of air throughout the bujildin,.
s sar Music will be furnished b} both or- i
Fhtr iir~ l~ F ~and corgdan The cumin to lbt

:v(ven greater scale by tin S tu- VVIIH NI N I reuiniw
LCouncil. Because of the Increase ~ I~t IIIU
n~..ze seats are still available i p
pications are presented at ontce, iE NTIRIE GROUP P,. SSES UNDERi
The section, now mubernug 1,000 TRIUETO IDEAD
0.~ts, will be situated betw yen the tw i-
''-yard lines on the west side of 'the ; A
"Ahim from the 2t1, to the 44thi row- WOMEN WEEPiv, it AT SCENEo tic __-
bofck directly onl the 5+U-yard line. Ap-' France Declztar tsusIFirst O ficial
p? '^ations ha,.ve been open 'to fresh- IH($id101, ho o f Anericiuz
:,;n as well as uhpperclassmnen with' Stldlery Pilgrinmage.e
n disimnination_ shown n alloting


{ (By .AS ')C.1i a lrM
GENEVA, Sept. 13. Hiungary's de-f
terminer.d refusal to hcceupt the Coun-
cil' proposed solution for the settle-.
metof her differentces with1 Roll-
ovnia over the question of indemities
to cxprop jatd 1-ungarian land
owner s in Trans ylia caused the
C ouncil today to defer action on this
martter unt:ilI ts Iatenibecr session at
the earlies.
The spectacle of a small former,
enemy state holding at bay 'tho entire
C ouncil miachtiney, and the force. of
that body's woral authority amazedI
many delgates o all nations who
j Mron ged the league palace at boh

Complet e egisration figure" or,
all schools and colleges ill the ['ti- AU r
1 st y s o a e re s o ab u 1.iINhe rC i cen rsty th e nr l m t; o latyr"'i ere reis siy ee rban we xr en-T T L Mn
ft et n rr it th ye rtarol d l s ye r Ti e l r e t l s isfound i n the School of Education, r : II LID M U 1 ,1I F t A RR IV E S IFIR S T
where there are 237 fewer studcentts IJw ('IIt'OAFTER 1 PERILOUS
than last year's enrollment, showed. FII ( I' 'Ill RO V .i FOO(.
' The 'Medical school showed[ thoeItrg-
' s ani nolet hr r 2 more registered than was shown by DETROIT IAN IS SECOND
the total of last year. The Colleges of
Engineering and Architecture, the ; wentyFive I'llots WIvll Participate
S~2hool of Business Administration, I IInventls o National Fying
'the College of Law, and the (lndu- i Circus oat l~kaIu.
ate school also show increcase s. The
opening of the new school of Forstry (By ., ,tcllr.~
found 25 enrolled. (( CHICA0, Sept,19--A forme army
Literary Coellege Lose. pilot, Leslie :Miller of Des Moines,I
The literary college registration I Ilowa, today winged his way through$
showed a loss of 44 tiniens. The totld Ierilous fogs and over mountain tops
number this year is 4,74 of whicl}h to take the lead at the end of the
1,603 are women, as compared uwithl1 fourth lair in the New York to Spo-
4.750 last year. The ftgu:re s available k ane air derby,
for this tabulation ware, those at the E Flying alone in an Eagle n'ock"
close of registration week lat year plane, the Iowan tool tho le-ad afterj
and those at the cnd of registration a (close contest in which 2 '4 others
3esrttlay. o niern were entered, Although lhe left RttOse-
The ('cilegeof t iern andl ivelt Field, New York the sta ting
Architct Lure opens the new year with j Pac, inl ninth place, at 610 a rn,
? an inicrease of 33 over last year. O)f I;Easern dayyligit saving time, he ax'-
the 1,481, 37 are women, aninicre'seof0 nyu t the IMu nicipal airother,
1 13overthe 4 woen. nroled lst ;the n ftefut a n hr
year.' most of the contestats must stop
The Medical school has 42 woe over for the night, alead of the fly-
amon its 641 studient~s It showed a tuzg test at 4:4L p. Tn, Chicago day-
10 per cent increase !it enrollment Hoer I'Hlgt saving time, completing the 76-
last year. miles in 10 hours and 42 minutes, or
TeSchool of Pharmacy suffered a a time 'average of 71 miles an hour
loss of only three over a year ago Icuigtm ae o he tp
when 94 were registered as compared Detrotit an 3econL
with fit this year. "t'here are eight r A minute and a half behind Miller!I
women enrolled in this school. cae to U. W. Myers, of Detroit, who
The registration In the Dental col-Ple today's flight most. of the way.
lege shlowed another small loss with 'Meyers, who was sixth to leave Ioose-
357 this year as compared witlm 364 1 v il ntecaefrt'e$,0
last year. The same number of women prize which awaits the !rilot( making
the best time to Spokane, is flying :s,
registered this year as last, theoir num-Wao1aniscryga )seg\
her being 27.l e
The equremnents BI~atted.Thomas , Chaleso Rcmod.Vr
Tereason for the large dcrease in J ,Calso ihinVr
the School of Elducation Is believed to gna, was next in another Eagle Rok
0~plane IH was the first to leave
be the removal of the reqluiremnent o Roosevelt Field tiismrning.
a degree of education for teaching Others were slower in arriving at
whic wa pased y te Bord f jthe airport here from the last stop at i
Regents this year. There are 359BynOho
women and 112 men registered this
{ e erlmetir.eSholo SPOKANE1, Wash., Sept. 19-Whle a
# Th enollentin te Shoo ofI contingent of airplanes was racing
IBusiness Adintitrationk showed a across the continent front New York'
gain of 24. The wonton Inv this school
I nmbre ony ix sowig n n-in the first transcontinetal air
numbred.ony si, sowig ax. I- dery the Spokane airport, finishing
crease of four over last yer. 1app roximately 7, aviators ready for
In the Law school, 526 of the 546 enf- aspect of an aviation capital when
rolled are then. This latter total is an approximatl Fi aviators ready for
increase of 46 over last year. the ationi air races here Friday
The nursing school opened with a i Sati d:',.
decrease of 23 ,from the 280 registered ( ixteeni armytx aviators ar on the
last year. All enrolled are women. enxrtry lilt for the events and about 60
In the Giradunate school 519 enrolled , civilian fliers are entered.
with 331 mena and 138 women. Lst M asty Army Entries
year there were only 470 enroled in The i-my's enztries inludte the pmUs
this -school. of the army's aviators, who will Com-
W OR P OG U ESsute iraces for observation ran pItur-
rT R R G E S S suit shtipsa, and in a mlitary free-for-
OfINA W B LI NG fe all against the speediest fliers of other
Ibranches of the national military ser-
With a complete force of rmen work- ir '"
Iing day and night the Palmer Con- I Civiian entries were for- races fr
struction Company of Grand Rapids is { short lanes, light airplantes, com-
endeavoring; to baveetie new intra-1, I ''c'Ia ships and a test for sp .d ad
mural field house ready for use by the Iiro hesey iraces is r.bre
contract date, January 1 5, 19i28, Cc- I'arr'hsercs
-wet fundtios ad wll orkon Many of the planes entred In th
thenstfoundatn a v Iiset. orm-,.New York-Spokane anrd the San Fran-
pleted and work on the super- CI scoSpokaite air derby flights and
strctue i. bin cotxxezt cl !the non-stop flight from New York
The nxew btmlding will 'occupy. h !arce c amongtie entries for the air
site~r ofibe old wooden bleachers ofIrcewhh will follow the concln-
Ferr Ietl.'Thenew uiling illsfon of the distance flight here Wed-
Ferryy aield.uTheanew building will
be slightly longer thani Yst field, be-neayadTmrdy.Ohrpns
I in 45 fet i lenth.Thestye o represented the Marine corps and ltheo
architecture' will resemble that of the NayFeerpre nrue
present Field house. {Lieut.tG. 0. Noville, chief starter of I
the races, and a member of C or-
Provision for all fostnks of intramur- mne ~dstam-tml rw
al athletics is mnade, The ptool will be{ arrived 'today,:
the only one temn with ""paefor spercAota-nohr nmne- fth,
tators,, seats being planned !refor Pr csa nte ebro h
about; 1,500. This will remnove the dif- American cew on its hrop to France,
faculty that is now encountered in w as eliminated as official when ieu-{
holingmees a th Unon ool itenant Nville brought word of
t odn et t h no ol Acosta's definite intention to enter
Special rooms for boxing, fencing te e okSoae nnso
and wrestling are planned. Four i hew ,l;Sokneno-so

indoor pract' e, 24 handW! al on' "-i-n
Eive baske tba;ll fBoors ad t 104uaul aw Facu.lty Sees'
7I a!6 d g w ll O tt t 1 1' _ A [It).I-V _______ SO'ti _{j~i

onby MuieFinkel.

ConicerinCl ritmins S

work Watsj

i1( xv1ibemonted on a-I evII'plt
Ot i11its '11 comp a bilderof wthe
('id i vec~1aAnnex and the 1holly-
(tod theaters, are in charg e of ctC~

RMgUM=linshiljly TT hose SRudents
DrOW: W AuoreoIPAjes While In
Atlcudauce At University.
Fortime first time in time history of
thY iversity clatses convened onthe
ope+ning (l: ay with practicaly a comn-
ph ,; bn on student Qwnedt and op-
er.atedl au ttobiles. In accordance with
theW rule adopted atfthe last nmeeting
of1 the ? oard o:,f'lRgentsIn tJune th~e
policy of?,manitaining an autoless camn-
jius has lbegun unerMthe irectionof
Asitanct ean hrvey C. Emery, who
haes been given comlee charge of the
The aorule adlopted byi>the Board of
Regents readrs as follows: "Resolved:
That no student in attendance at the
Ummivr~ty from and after the begin-
ning ofrtmefrst semmter of the Ulni-

Any conti estantintreten ubi

Commenton"thecomnplete auto-
moi l ban I 1,aby Ohe B'oarid
o[ egemtsonl Julie 17, 19127 will be

ittlug deions for M.in'!1 vial Oper i, nlo pg or ftisise
postem' cointtethave tbeen asked lto in- --- -
terView E._0Moi thier 'l titr, generalver.ity 3year 1927-1,28 shlall peat
director of the oplera.,iat 4:1 o'clock any wiotor vehicle. In exceptional and
iallo~rw tItl:,i131"v5tleticl. llextraordinary cases inl the diocretIon
i~ of they Dead of otudents tliis rule may
I *hsign mut beturnd i by idniht e relax ed.
of Wedneisday, Sep tenier 28. l1t is InTocomlianc-e -wit'hthis ruling no
plariadto 'Ot'ttd te omptiio st~4mt wil e llowed tof' divJ.e an1
Lat a e tier (date ttan l_ k?. 0! 2f: 1 }1C i'te gib huIyarIa
though the nante for the,!1927 Opera whwal i: e=ledheaniermity Iueito
essaonlonlesslgranted a permit due t
has nt ye bee s('e('td. 'excepioma i rc um anes of the indi-
'There will be thrve prizes arwarded l vldual cas~ae. Accordintg to -Dean Emery,
to the com:etitors, the first of ten T 1- students whol,;attemrpt to break the
tars, the s cowl aid third ot t o A~id spirit of theregrculation-i by maintain-
one tickets to the Ann Arbor perf'orma-t ing; automohiles outsidle of Ann Arboi
sinces ,.respectively, ifo;r regular use will hbe liable for dis-
Th mt hg itvMr uerha iphline. !The same 'pliesto students
bee st o *4m' e henube ~ u,'iug anto.n litesas ,a regular means
colors, the ssy woIrdingand other oF tasttion betr Mween an1imArbor
limittion of ~ ~t r~The everl anyl oter c(Ties'. It is not likely that
effect will bw thatof ithose usea in the studlt-s drivinlg in their hlome towns
pas't.. wot idbe bpen for ptnishreult-, anid
"Actual work in preparing Choi "ssa1 duringthevaato prid, n
andi commnittees for theo qpra. will be opinioni of M1'r. Emery, s indents driv-
be~gun shortly, followings announce-.
tunt t tatefec. heauhos f Ig ' cars would not.be'hoviolating the
thi s year's tproducto.aTh ?t1Soms lpiit of 1the new regu; lation.
Do gal nd Vcincn P T hos :hlM er Is 1;96apioyed.
'28 Wll J., A nmotor cycle offiicer has been emn-
'28. The artIonw will take place in three I p oyed by the University to keep check
scenes, one of which will c entecr con.auittni1ies ?driven, by studentS.
arounld a night chub Most_ of the uhusic i tterqes fDa mr e
h las alreadt~y been wite.an'md more exte(gn-ive bint.:service wl
ge.ien a triatl.Tme People's ]Motor
K P a DELTA RHO Coach companty ham a ppliedo the city
RECEIVES TROPHY' l and 1receivc ed permission, l.from
w :4! 2o alke thle foli swing ('1 anges Ihi its
FOR S HOLA SHIP IIImes ntd =rhe _u 9(. etne u
Kaippa (.IElta Rhio Pith an avera.tge Gevids avenue. Staml'ing at f :J0
ofI 79.3 has been announced %as theil lt', the irst bus w{ 1)i +ll start ,at the
leadig fraternity for scholarship dur- corner of Gedidend t,(hmwego streets,
ing the school year of 1926-192?, re- contjue to, 1 and Olxord streets,
placing Cli I'PM. Asa. result Kappa dow:,n ~Whteaw amid S'outh Univer. Ity
Delta R1ho will receive the: trophy cup io DaSLt University, arriving at the cor-
awardedannually t~o the fraternity j no:r of S tate and North University at
heading the list of general frternities.; 7:58 o'clockSimla service will be
1Omega Psi PhliAwas; second, and Pi given beg itning a it 8:50 'lcck and
LMbda PM hi led third. arriving <at th3Cecampulsat8:58 o'clock,
Amnong the pr2ofessional fratetcrlileS I The retulrn. trip over thi1." rouite will
iM Lambda Kappa was the lea-der b Ie made string at 12:03 ock at-
iwith an average of 80.5,Vwhie Nu i- as Uieis =1 n North Univers>ity,
nia Nu was second and Phi D)eltaEpsi- them to at ' w reel andl North Uni-
Ionl third. Jversity, ctate steet and Soutih Unk-
Trhe average of all general friat;er- versiy, South ZUniversity andc East
nities for the past: school year was ' University, G2eddesInd Osw ego, South,
72.7 as comared wxith 74.2 for the 1 and as itvriyand State. and
pareceding; year; professional frater-I North 'nresiy.Te _final stop will
nities w praged 75.8 last yeo', while he made at 1:0o'cloec'
fthe previous year their mark wvas A('COPI~1ltQ1of JI i~e5
7913. The rating for all men during ; Arrang emeints 1have been, made for
the same period fell from 73.9 for .i atbus line from the c ampuis to the Ann
1925.-926;to 72.7 for te year 1928- Arbor railroad trackIs and back at halt-
1127, while. the average for the er hour intervals every afternoon from
Univer"sity dropped DP' m 74.9 to 74.2. ;00;ioC'clock°' to (i:00 o'clock. The final
iSix general fraternities fell below retulrning bus will follow a1 route out
the 'required "C" averaxge during the ul ~i t fzr A('C1Tl 113!1Cno


pascl:t .ciiool y ar, and on-o p0 s ion
f tr itvals-o file(d to make thel
nes ts. Y a1Ver'age. Bth !iol thle men's,
(Contiued onPage ixk.)
Two Anin Arbor r'esiden~ts were kIllI-
edf id a chiild-was serijously injured-
'I, Ko, c3 =;.was struck and(denmolish-r
ed bI ,y ainiteurban lcar at7:15o'lc
lasti n-ight'.The driverianis mi',_oth7er,
and Rbert heck;, 4, w as <erlously in-
jed. r. Rec-ks nl is surin by is


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