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May 04, 1928 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

H'kOR INITIATIS HEAR,
uADDRESS BY SLOSSON
Labeling Phi Beta Kappa as a con-
necting link between today and the
18th century, because it was founded
at William and Mary college in 1776,.
Prof. Preston W. Slosson of the his-
tory department yesterday traced the
history of the organization for the
newly elected members, meeting for
initiation in room 1035, Angell hall.
"Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest Greek
letter fraternity in the country, and
was originally secret. Of the original
50 members, two-thirds served in of-
ficial capacities in the Revolutionary
war, and 17 were subsequently seat-
ed in the first United States senate,",
Professor Slosson said.

ALUMNI CLUBS TO
HEAR ADAMS TALK
Franklin P. Adams, columnist for
the New York World and former
Michigan student, will address the
triennial convention of Alumni clubs
at their literary luncheon to be held
Friday noon, May 11, in Chicago it
was announced yesterday. Chase Os-
horn, former regent of the Univers-
ity and ex-governor of Michigan, will
also speak at this luncheon.
SOCIETIES SPONSOR DANCE'
Web and Flange, engineering so-
ciety, and the Forestry club will spon-
sor jointly the Camp Davis dance to
be given in the Masonic temple Sat-
urday evening. This is an all-engi~-
neering and forester's dance. Cal Ed-
wards' Wolverine orchestra has been
engaged to play.

News From Other Colleges

IRISH AMBASSADOR ATTENDS
MOCK ASSEMWBLAGE OF LEAGUE
CORNELL UNIVERSITY.-Hon. T.
A. Smiddy, minister of the Irish Free
State, as well as representatives of
most Eastern colleges attended a
mock -assemblage .of the League of
Nations held here recently.
MINNESOTA BEGINS LAST UNIT
IN CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
MINNESOTA.-Construction, of the
n e w Cyrus Northrop auditorium
named after the university's second
president, ha's begun here. One novel
feature of the new building will be
an" underground garage under the
plaza in front of the auditorium which
is expected to house 118 cars. The
new auditorium is the final unit in a
10-year building program begun in
1918.

STUDENTS TO TOUR ORIENT
FOLLOWING SPRING SEMESTER
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA. - A
tour of four oriental coun.trie's through
special arrangement with their re-
spective governments will begin short-
ly, afterthe close of the spring.seme-
ter, when 100 male students sail f+3r
Shanghai. The tour will be of 11
weeks duration.
STUDENTS OF NORTHWESTSERN
PARTICIPATE IN SPRING CIRCUS
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.-
1,043 students participated in the an-
nual 'spring circus held here recently,
which was featured by a ferris wheel,
a merry-go-round,; and "big top," all
erected on the campus. The fratern-
ities and sororities gave a. parade of
45 floats.

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Mr. Charles A. Sink, President,
The University Musical Society,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
My dear Mr. Sink:-

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The announcement of the Thirty-Fifth
Annual May Festival just reached' me and
am glad to note that the high standard for
which the. Festival is known, is being main-
tained in the forthcoming programs.
The Ann Arbor Festival=, in. my humble
opinion, is one of the, finest in this country, and
I deplore the fact that I cannot be with you
to partake of this feast of music next May.
You. and your associates are to be congratu-
lated.
With best wishes for your continued suc-
cess in this splendid work, I beg, to remain,
Sincerely yours,
(Signed) W. A. FRITSCHY.

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THURSTON
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October 6, 1926
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