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Ya. 'MAY 12, 1928.

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ANDUNQUUFATRE
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CYWVINjS VEAR' WRK
.Sicel Sotois lDevotel o 1tccrtls
Culminating' a year's work, the 192
3Vi chgsiau made its appearance o
il zcanpi yesteday. Covered in'a
'lime "Amu gold cloth binding, heavily
Aitrbos d,' and folowin g throghut
ai ' 'tlei theme, 'ths year's year
hook com~aes favorably. with its
Di61rib'in of the 'nsian began
yesterdayuid will'be continued to-
dayat the east entrance to the base-
r'lt o r the library.Studets may
obtain teir cop es5 by brseltifg their
receipts to officals between 8 and 12
n'clock today. D~strbution will con-
tinue on" Monday, Tuesday, and
Wednesday of n'xl week at the li-
brary, after which copies may be o-
tafliedt by calling at the Press -buid-
a ing. Over eight hundred of the books
Were. dstributed yesterday.
Capu s View s Feature.'
Among the features -of he 192
year book are the number of campus
,de~ws, special "color sections, and the
usc of 'color-plates to separate the
different -sections. The book, follow-
ig its athletic theme, is dedicated
to'37ieding "H Yost, Michigan's finest
sportsman. T1he, blue cover, the work
of the Molloy company, contains a
'"laqUe showing the growth ' of ath-
letics throughut hstr. The color-
rl1#tes featinlg are unique this' year
t' that they' follow poster 'designs
and all of' them dpict various' spots.
Shady reftlectf so'nn Freshman
week"and pictures of Ann 'Arbor's
own teaparty, together with page
devot'ed' to the orrors of th auto
lan, glimpses of ~he football season,
'id t re' of campusramatics and
',,'nes afotd tMvi are depicted in
tio ,feature'a2ectidn. Captios under-
W~at itih' pictures are exceptioally
cfbver.
In the senior section, photographs
of 41ll Cass beers' together with lists
of class" committees are iclude. The
arrafigemexft of senior pictures has
ben' changed' from former yrsi' to.
the use'ofa elifral pane]. surounded
bya decratne border'with the names
of senors 'on the otside of tre" page.
he ptures of over 1,00' senpr 'are
iiiclutted intis' sectin .owe"r lass
tffces' have aseparate sectin.
.se Bore Cuts.
rThe atletic' sction in general fol- t
lows the outline of previous years. A
large number of pcictres of players
have ben used and ,they are of a11
larger size,' the use of bust-length
cut's making this possible. The sports
follow theI-season arund,4 eginniig
with pictures 'f last spring's activ-
ities and including winter sports of;
thfis year.=
Publications and executives of vari-
ous campus organizations have a spe-
cial Section, as has music, drama, and
oatory. Honor organizations follow
in line, and then comes the lists of
fraternities. The women's section,
with its groups and its athletics im-
mdiately follows.
' e satire section contains humor
buried beneath a mass of verbiage. It
is all general this year, none' of it
being idiviua and cocerns the
fraternity man together with other
types' of campus notables.
Printing for the entire book was
done by Rogers ;Printing company of
Dixon, ,Il.,wjile the color plates were{11pyaebyThan lirInkv1
ing' company, OfChicago. The entire I

publication was done by staffs: uidfsr
Bryon Hunt, '28, managing editor, and
C. Wayne Brownell, '28, business
manager:

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FLOOD BILL LAID
BEFBRE COOUPG
(By 'Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, May 11-The gigant-
ic en gineering" project voted by Con-
gres8 to" curb' the 'wrath of'the Miss-
is~ippi river' was before President
Coolidge tonight as the major. legi;3-
lative production of' the" 70th Congr ess.
Dressed ,up ;with 'the signatures of
Vice-president Dawes and Speaker
Longworth, it waited only the" signa-
ture of Calvini Coolidge to place; it' on
the statute books.;
But C~uigress itself seemed no eas-
ier Hof mind through having 'shoved
through completion of that big 'task.
The 'Senate fdfight'wordily over taxes.
defeating every Democratic raid on
the' conim-ittee bill, while 'the H1ouse
labor ed over the emergency' officers'
retircement problem after hustling the
agneultiiral appropriation bill through
its final 'legislative stages.'
At the end of its d'ay's session for
again niighit work was necessary to
deal with a calenda'r, full 'of 'small
bills. the Senate voted approval of1
the newv arbitration treaty withi Gei'-
'many and Italy and the separate con,
ciliation treaty with Germnany. It
took just eniough time to it to be' told
what they were.

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