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S',THE MICHIGAN - DAILY WEDNESDAY, MAY 21

0 llfIfiNflIATfMMODEL ASSEMBLY Nw Fo Oh "1ARCHITECTS HEAR
JI00iUU0UI LUUCrIIUIILEAGUE +CON VENES gel/fL 1sI ARVUS LECTURE
ANS N[W T F[[T'TSES ION 11IJiIVABI) 1"N LI1 E:!111 .11'E ,1tOFPS S 1;Speaking on "Old and Modern Typ-
Undor the auspices of Michligan ~(1T ET' AILEi LI IANON'I es of Architecture in Denmark," Mr.
=.[ U [ !State college a moadel assembly o i~ HARVARD UNIVERSITY.- Asa 'N\YV lASAiF KMru oCoeagnannt-
inimer Sionl 'I'I nclude Iiifornmt League of Nations convened onl May preliminary to the intercollegiate air national figure in the architectural
1011111d'table Fisciissioiis 1rn 2a asig ihgn a e sover Mitchell field, New York,;-Announcement has been' madIe thatwoladesdtetunsofhed12turo tdnsrgtedicMchg,
F'or Tecatelirs on June 16, the Harvard Flying club l ig
atedn clee nteelthopeiinothe ne Physca ucation buildingcom
enterof studentstitno' inthe ~vnoudrcntutinwl cr-School of Architecture, yesterday in
1 dERT AI1 IENT PLANNED jl the state of !Michigan who represent- England aeronautical society's meet lelted in September. This buildingI the lecture room of the Architectural
L~l l edl the countries who are members at Brainard field, Hartford, Connect- has a sating capacity of seven thou- building.
t~frma coferncecousestakngof the League. Two sessions of the as- ricut. The events included an altitude sand~, and will accomnmodate at one ".Danish Architects," said Mr. Mar-
nfra ofe~c orsstkasembly were held in which such ques- flgt pe aeadprd.time a thiousand1 students1in system-nu s")lave in recent years made sub-
certa.in phases of present-dayv pro- tiens as opium traffic, mandates, in-_________ atic drill or four hundred in recreative stanrtial contributions to what has
rfrs in eduncation will Ile an innoa- ter national law. disarmament, and jrl1IWS.E indo-r sports. come to be known as the 'Modernist'
offered by the Schiool of Eua the worlId court were discussed. The N CAPSWSTEANNUALOII BR ____--- -'movement. Denmark has developed a
n for the coming summeinr sclb~ol. Hlonorable Ceorge W. Wickerham, at- ____IPINEPlSIIES11iWN AYS number of distinctive architectural
~s cureswil e l)flboh otorney general of the United States NORTHWESTERN.- Northwestern LOfL OF 1'1Thll IS LIFE tIM(VE styles which have left important mon-
eecieswlbeoeabttoin President Taft's cabinet, presidedI university celebrated its annual cap u tments in European countries."
Mlarly enrolled 5tU(1C1ts as well over the sessions. The playa was so burning, inter-fraternity sing, and I 1.1iO.leiln Jh re htgah o aihacietr
treseltationINibben Prinensde Jon.Grir h ungingrah fD s rocure
to superiedenlt, 'suprvsrs(',i successful that, it is to be repeated peetto of "N" blankets at the 1Hbe fPictnsekn at the are nowhugi some of the gon
niasanteceswocn next year. Evanston campurs last Monday. i1 56th Anniversary celebration of And- floor cases of the Architectural build-
afford tospdpatothi timea e v2.r acadiemy recent)llmedicted that ing
rendTwelve colleges were represented Thirtyfour blankets were awrddto
the campus,. at the convention. The University, the, graduating athletes, awhile more m~cnyuhs"oeo etn tte Wiei hscutyM.Mru
of Mchian preente Begiu, te thn 50 yarliigsjoyull bunedtruth" will prove "a savinag grace in is lecturing before various architec-
inhe al SummrSessinourseqiir pre-i British Empire, Canada, Cuba, ,Eng- their insignia of bondage. Some 20 hai r liv2;. fural schools and societies.
in r m l , en is n ot r uirela n d J p a N ic a ra g u a , P a n a m a , U r- I fra te rn itie s p a rtic ip a te d in th e sin g , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
n, and carries formal rils. it uguay, and Venezuala in the sesin n epdt edaclru oet
1 elrelyh atr i oum cf the League. The scheme of this the festivities. Trhis annual cere-1 ! i. f
1le dicssos.Echlhoeof )~model league was devised andpr-mony marks the passing of the var-!S tjdi h fl isuio ,le pacoft
ic will be ably presented by spec-'.moted by the League of Nation Non- ious classes to their more advanced
st ntefedivle.adv~lPartisan Association to increase in- standing.1 Of Apiiet izintg Cominautions Thant You Neier Thought
supplemented by gcroup discussion. terest in international affairs among - - -P~b(
'he progr am hsb r aranged iu' students. Pres. C. C. Little is the F'RATEIIMTIES ASKED TO0 All) 1
cso(lsl eiAp'l~is~IMichigan chairman of this organiza- WISCONSIN FRE1ShM'AN WEAEK B unte'9s and Weber's Cho colates
able iiidivida l befield to coy- tion for 1928, while Hon. G. WV. Wick-
a subject division in Done week. ersham is the national president. WISCONSIN. -The authorities here,1
~ r'jrd so~ nld Te In the imitation meetings of the are requesting fraternity cooperationTH
e ~ jrinl:ePrimary School;" "The Elemen-;League regular procedure was follow- on deferred rushing in order to insurei
y Scool; "Te Juior ighled as far as possible, a president was the success of next year's freshmaii
boot;" The 'Senior Hligh Schaool:" ,elected and reports were made. Among wek
eneral Administration;" and l"Spec- the patrons and patronesses of this-_ _
Euain"gathering were Governor and Mrs. PHYSICALIIE 2TOR IIELIEV'ES !-
iiadto ot~ oi9~i sFred W. Green and Pres. and Mrs. CHUBBY COEDS A1 ST VIUS CANDIES 9_ ODA LUNCHES
nned in the Sch ~roi of Education,)Kenyon L. Butterfield of Michigan -i
er Summer Sessin events of t State college. ARIZONA. -"Chubby built ,co-edsj
T, -are the most studiou's," says a univer- ! " 'Iheatfer Sign Iloe 8339
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