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"TH FFMICHIG..ANDAILY TUSDY

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OL OF MUSIC IS-
ROANIZE STUDENT
CIL ATMETN
01! (1ILOUP WILL TART,
?CONO) SI EP TOWARD
RE ORGANIZATION

Plane To, FlyTO South Pole With Byrd;
Dirigible To North With General Nobi

PLAN 4DANCE 'LIKE -HOP
UnfIl Organiztion Of Men Last Week
Syiplionk League Was Only
Student Governtent
FIor the purpose of establishing for
the School of Music a student council
similar to that of the University, all
tudents enrolled in the School of
Music" are to meet this afternoon.
At this meeting the size of the cun-
cii will be determined and its mem-
bers elected.
This is the, second step which has
been taken in the process of reorgan-
izing the student government of. the
School 'of Music. Last week the men
of, the School formed an organization
similar to. the Symphonic league, the
women's organization, and elected of-
ficers, Those elected w~ere: president,
Roy . Langham; 6seretary, Stewart
E. Churchill; and treasurer, Mac E.
Carr.
"Langham' and Churchill, as presi-
dent and secretary, will, it is expected,
serve as members of the student
council, along with the presdent and
secretary of the Symphonic league,
did other ;members who wil be elect-
edt tomorrow.
;Astudent council will, we hope,
rac~e the standard of the School both
socially and scholastically," Lang-
ham observes. "We are planning a.
number of activities, which will in-
clude an all-school dance similar to
the J-Hop, to be held in the spring.
Since we arse entirely separate in our
organization :from the University, it .
seems right t t .we should have our
own student co ail to consider mat-
ters of general Oiterest.
"Until the ,men, of the School or-
ganized last week -they had no self-l
govern~ment of 1th r own but simply
jolined unoffcally with the Symphonic
league in all activities, such as the
annual banquet. We have not yet cho-
sen a name for our organization, nor
a faculty adviser. N1owever, we are
┬░hoping to have a dean of men for, the
School, as Mrs. lBacher is dean of
women."
Ir News From 0
'TINY'LEWISGIVEN DERBY
NORITIWSTORN UNIVERSITY-
Lelandi "Tiny" Lewis, was awarded
the traditional brown derby in ap-
preciation of h1, activities during his
college career, at the annual gridiron
banquet sponsored by Sigma Delta
Chi, professional journalistic frater-
nity. Lewis starred at Northwestern
both on the gridiron and track team.
ORGANIZE FLYING CLUB
TULANE ;UNIVERSITY-A charter
for a flying organization has been
gr nted to the Aero-Cub by the Prs-
ident of the university. The club was
recently furnished planes by an air-
,ways company and instruction is be-
ing given by experienced pilots of that'
company.
HOLD THEATERt CONTEST
NORTIHWESTERN UNIVERSITY-
Nine colleges repnesenting seven dif-
ferent states are entered in the annual
theater contest which will be held
here April ┬░19, 20, and 21.
Each team will present its play at
RIBBONS AN)
SUPPLIES
for all makes of
TYPEWRITERS1

MAY TIL ENER ix Whiskered Students Composed First [10PAVi11T17
1e~ PEECCONEST~ Varsity Band Established 70 Years Ago;ALU~Ifl~ LUI
Witli 27 students already entered !IT IIPkiU I
in the Thomas E. HT Black Oratori j (Continued fr~om~ Pare One) lit until a larger sour,,e of incom(ue iIalcntsOrUUIVihadD.T.UD ofwrkad 1LUitIheIIIen iz firIi
lister, sponsor of the event, an- rlAges somlewhere in the neigbor Duing; the pIescutsc(l0 year, Speak~ling mowst hopefully of thae
nounces that any others who plan hored of 75 nieces during ihe loolballltwo illortanlt steps> have hben taken Il)P05P~et s of constructive developt-.
to participate should register withi seaisoni to about 50 men when flt;e by the hland ora iio. h;,iltent ,at the Unive+rsity, P~rof. Thomas
him not later than the beginning of timne forl the Spr1ing coflUei't seasoniis fihe fine cooperation wtiith t ,lug :If.gee~, of the political ,cience de-
Spigvctois at hland. Tho IiAen in the Iband11are biids uas WaIS lonie tluring the 1927 ,partiu, itwho I~s abse;nt on leave fcr
Students of any of the shosslce ybrco acn fe afobl . Telad ~itis rsemestcr, au~lr,'sedthe1,alumnni of
s lec ed y liii ec~ o r 'al o n e aft r i th o u g;h t it b etter to stn i tle iv lr
' and colleges of the University who series of thorough {tryouits at the between the home and vAisiting b lands , the [iersity of Mlicigant~ residfing
are schiolastically eligible may enter opening of the ;school year and ;iat and substitute coonrationi. As a re- in the10Pit(,~tsburgh ara. at :a diner
the contest. Second semester fresh, the start of the seceond semester. sualt, better playin, bieitt i' ;1 more 'resday nighlt t the liv rsity club
men with special permission are inl- 'Eligibility rules such as are rc(Inired ig ini figures wec rformied on the .Ptbr~ en
eluded' in this :group). Professor Hol- Ifor all campus activities ar'e strictly fie, i. Iand ;l better s mii it of friend-]!
lister should be, reached' by tele- en-flforced. the Reserve lband ltaktinlg ship) grew iii? hi tween iifte Vars1iiy l''ofe"isor Reed iurged the ;alumni to
phone at his'residence it~ he canl not care of the freshmen :;and the inchlind and the visiting flllsi('al o01' continule and increalse theiri lyal sup-
be found in his office onl the fourth gibles. The latter organ11ization actsI gaizationis. rtfthUnvsiy stressing the
floor of Angell hall.j as _a feeder to the Varsity organize-rrThe other stet) is that of Usint" )WhenelofEthe "sippor t withiout which
A preliinia'ry contest will be held tion. bN10t bring abou11t clos;er conitat the conltinuedl progress; of the Unriver-
either late- in AprilI or early In May The band is now financed biy.the w ith aluiii, as is showni in the re- spity is iullnosile.
and the final contest will be' held money tillned over to it bey the AtIV- cent Onuils'\which I elmie an has!mae l'cfesor Red ws gated.a lealve
during tlier first ten days of, May, l etic associationl from the sfutiiitto the Varsity hockIey gamuies at the of absen('ice for tis semester andulis
Professor _. H oliste r states. The' tuition money. The organization Olymipia arena in Detr-oit. Po Itlvn in Pitsbuirh where he is actingt
speeches are' limitedt to 15 minutes by h rm otis it:1;s; dl. 1~ be h ;i iei f ias.adviser t(,; tie Pennisylvania COm)-
in length iand must deal with a theme horns, fandlthe iuniformls com'iplete.creasing commnenidationu"pon th1e prarission,1 to1tudy mun 111ic'ipl Cnsolida-
suggested" by the New Testament. The.l From the nioney which is left over, Iof aluni and visitor's. tioli ini couinties of ]the sconid class.
competition: as such is not intended it pays. for the music,* and for the
to result in a religious contest but I trips which -it takes to out-of-townl
she ion of .apersonal, ttreflections f rcio steand econ- - agivens.occasionally T eo al o attsnearby i htowns;PW K T R
victions as inspiredI by the New are not money milkers for the treas- SEE
Testament. ury, as only expenses are asked.
An, award of $1001 and a gold medal . As it costs a large sumi of moneyI I YI

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$ 4/ 1 t .. .

& .x' iS to Lbe. mnae to tesper la IJIUC- LI aII.71pu1pI o u m iat t te- -- - - - - - - - - - -- -
mg first in the final' contest. A se- country, but one ril) to aIn out-o-Th attSelnM s U-oDtePrbe
ond prize of $50 is also .offered. Rob- (town game is taklen each year. In
ert J. Gessner, '29, was awardIed first the east years, there has been mu,1,1h On the Market.
place last spring, the- first year that talk about inceasing the size of the
Blounid for different extremities of the earth, these two .arrat are ling ithe contest has been held. Jarl A. band, but according to the manage- 'VH R Z D D A E
made ready for polar journeys, one to the North Pole and one to the south. A nder, '29, de placed] second to Ges et t ol wdngru od
Abo e, Commander Richard E. Byrd's tri-motored plane built for' his polar nr nd e sc ompeting ini the da geou t d
fih.Blw th diiiltaiiwhc Ge.UbroNbltays lakcnetaan tis yeartng al-h

famous airman a~lnl explorer, hopes to reach the North Polc.,;though Gessner' is not.
f - ' I i r.n %S Mn W V W'4 W'qNs

LAW U(JJVIITI IEE
WI LL MEET H EE
Arrangements are being completed
for the convening in Ann Arbor of
the American Law institute committee
of the re-statemient of the law on con-
flict's of laws, according to Prof.
Herbert F.. Goodrich of the Law
school who is . cne of the meqmbers
of the committee.
Sessions will be held from April
11 to 14 _inclusive. Among those wljo
will attend the conference will be
William Draper Lewis, a prominent
Philadelphia lawyer.
)they Colleges
least twice, and the winning school
will lbe'picked by a process of elim-
ination.
VOTE FAVORS BOLTS
DARTMOUTH- The class of '28
here voted for the unreserved right
to take as many bolts as desired after
the Easter vacation. The 317 seniors
voted unanimously for the right.
PRI NCETON FAVORS TWO .lTEAMS!1
PRINCE~TON- Student opinio:a here
favors having two Varsity foot:,,all
teams - not of equal strength, bu'.
classified according to .weight. One
would consist of the heavier men
who usually make the Varsity at pre-
sent; the other, of the men under 150
pounds who are just as brilliant play-
ers, but whpse weight handicap keepsf
them from Varsity competition.
MONTE BLUE '
in
'The Man Upstairs'I
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STrain Service accon East'r",u.L er Vacation
w For the accommodation of University of Michigan students, re - rE
S turning home Friday, April 6th, account Easter vacation, the Ann
Arbor Railroad will provide the f ollowing train service from Ann
SArbor, to Toledo, protecting all To"ledo conn ections:
Sv. Anun Arboir ,........10:30 A. M1t..(C. 'Fl'.}' L ; . A n n Aibor. ........ . .1:0.1IiV. -if. (C., TO)
fr. Toledo/...... ......1:14) P. in. (E. r'I) A ?. Iol'do ....... .....::30 P. 11. (E. T.~)
- NORTHBOUND TRAIN SERVICE
_ Northbound Trains Ngls. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:05 A. M. (C . T.) and 3:52
=P. M. (C. T.) respectively, connecting wit; Grand Trunk, Michigan Central and Pere
=Marquette for all principal, destinations in Lower and Upper Peninsula of Michigan,
1 All trains will be provided with additional first-class coaches._
_ W(ould suggest purchase tickets 'and check baggage in advance' so as to avoid unnecessary .
S delay anoT confusion at train time.
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