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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MA'

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INLANDER TO ARRANGE
F R LECTURE RI
Calpu Literary Maga ' zine To Sponsor
Renewal Of Lpehires IGvent By
lfstingi1ished4 Anthors
FIVE WRITERS TO SPEAK
Plans tor a proposed series of five
or more lectures are being made for
next fall by Inlander editors, it was
anineunced yesteriay. In addition to
this groUp, which will be composed of
noted writers and poets, a number of
extra-series lectures by lesser known
writers is being planned.
The lecture numbers of the regular
series are being contracted for now.
They will be held for the most part
in Hill auditorium, it is planned.
Tickets for t:his group will be sold for
the entire series after the system now
employed by the oratorical associa-
tiotn.
Attempts are being made to secure
Carl Sandburg as one speaker of the
'series and it is planned that the Lind-
say engagement which has not been.
filled tis yet may be included in the
group. Louis Untereyer has ex-
prosse(l a desire to speak here again
and it is exptedt+ that this wish will
also be gratified. John Frederick,
editor of Ii hmd another who xs,
expected to appear on the series.
Untermeyer and Sandburg have
both appeared here in previous In-
lander lectures of an old Literary
lecture series that has had its first
recent revival this year with the ap-
pearance of Zona Gale, famous wom-
an novelist and playwright. Other
writers who have appeared on the
same series in former years are Dor-
othy Canfield,.Alfred Kreymborg, and
Amy Lowell.
BERKELEY, Cal.-Frederic Colt-
rin, captain and tackle of last year's
football team at University of Cali-
fornia, will be full time coach next
year, it has been announced.

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Open Road Tourists To Meet Famous
Men And Women On Trip This Summer'

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WELLFHLEY COLLEGE-Oriental To safeguard the polls from ballot
history, for the first time in the his- stuffing which has been evident in
tory Of the school or for that matter,clseetininpvouyarmd
of any Eastern college with the ex- class elections in previous years, mod-
ception of Columbia university, will ern voting machines will be used this
be given by a Chinese professor, Shu- year. The time-worn ballot box is to
ming T. Lin. Mr. Lin, who is now be discarded and all fake voting and
connected with Harvard, will conduct ! cheating will be prevented in this
a course dealing with the history of way.
the Far East in the nineteenth and
twentieth centuries, laying special em- UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-Co-
phasis on China. and Japan. eds cannot ride on the rear of pc-

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Many artists, theatrical celebrities
and well-known European writers willI
be met by the members of the Michi-
gan group touring Europe this sum-
mer under the auspices of the Open
Road. The organization of this group
is now being completed by its local
leader, Oakley C. Johnson, of the
rhetoric department.
Mr. Johnson, following the inclina-

ranged, and to have the entire travel
program formulated with these hn-
terests in consideration. The group
has tentative plans to meet G. B. Shaw,
Frank Harris, Gertrude Stein, and
others of eminence.
The Open Road insists on a small
group which travels as a unit. The
men from Michigan will follow an
itinerary which leaves New York on,

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HARVARD UNIVERSiTY-Although
the Harvard Law school has an at-
tendance of over 1,500 and has grad-
uated 14,000 lawyers since its found-
ing in 1817, an expansion program is
being projected to adequately care for
its increasing enrollment and many
research scholars. A fund of $5,000,-
000 is to be expended in buildings and
endowment.
TOLEDO UNIVERSITY - Members
of the board of directors at Toledo
university have passed a resolution
planning a bond issue to present to
the voters this fall on the relocation
and rebuilding of the university. Com-
mittees to investigate the matter have
been appointed.N
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON-1

licemen's motorcycles, is the edict of
students at the University of Nebras-
ka. Major Gross, of the Lincoln po-
lice force, was charged with deviating
from his duty by giving a pretty coed
a lift on the back of his motorcycle,
and the punishment recommended is
"no less than 25 swats and no more
than 50."
UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON-
According to a recent investigation'
made here, the college student's aver-
age expense per month is $75. Men
and women spend about the same
amounts.

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS - All
the students in a psychology class
were recently put to sleep by their
Sinstructor-as a demonstration of hyp-
tonism.

tions of those men so far enrolled, has June 30, spends six weeks on the
been able through the Open Road to continent and in England, and sails
have many interesting interviews ar- for New York on Aug. 18.
iHotel Huron& RestaurantI
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Special Supper, 60c and 75c, every
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Sunday
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Prices
. G. PERROS, '22 Lit. ,Mgr.
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Lafayette at Shelby

/AFAYETT
DETRITT

MlATINFEES SUN IAY, TrlURSl)AY AND SATU!R)AY
22nd Annual Tour of America's Foremost
Entertainer Illusionist and Mystifier
T.LU RSTu

Cadillac S70,-

THE FAMOUS MAGICIAN

LITTLE WILL ENGAGE JOE HORNER
IN SHOT PUTTING DUEL AT CHICAGO

i a, newprogram aof a hundred mysteries from many lInid, ineh d-
ng hIls hInest sensation, "The Vanishing Whippet Car and( Ten " 1r1,y
"""A r""al auomoble disappears on a fully lighted sat"".'a"ic
is fi"e'"'lest art 'i' the world, '1'1( critics the country o''er agree tha
a"r"sit41 is the greatest magn*ical entertainer an,"mys'i"iier o fileag
The show that was the hit on Broadway last summer.

President Clarence Cook Little, for-
mer Harvard track captain and East-
ern collegiate shotput champion in
1909, who was at that time known
as "Pete," has formally acceptedithe
challenge of Joe Horner, '11, Maize
and Blue track captain and shot put-
ter, to a shot putting duel to take
place in Grant Park, Chicago, next
week during the Second Triennial of
the University alumni clubs, it was
announced last night.
In accepting Horner's challenge, the
President announced that he was.
forced to request that the shot put!

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used be of the 12 pound variety owing
to the fact that he is far from being
in practice and because of the fact
that in 1910 he sustained a wrist in-
jury from which he has never quite
entirely recovered.
While President Little was taking
first in the Eastern Intercollegiate
meet of 1949, Horner was placing
third. A year later, following the
future Michigan president's gradua-
tion, Horner again competed in the
meet and when he returned to Ann
Arbor, the shot putting title went
with him.

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