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rTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 192$.

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SENATE COMMITTEE PEERS INTO CAMPAIGN CHESTS

ILLNO FRIENIIE~NORTHWESTERN 'DUTCH' DATES FAIL-,
(Spei to The D'nly)
UNE H NGED irUL EVANSTON-"Dutch(h n tu thtec]llfll1Wii' i'I
UNDER CHANGED flIJLL~pet theor ylaunched atthei ic rcnt the girls Ir icxtngd madv
Student Congress or the pmipioin o re ~OI and more cio'di

!___Ipermitting the coed. to payshlf~l of But in s'mti cO this C~lt~c'rIt)Cl, tllp
URBANA-Fraternity rushing rules the tare and(I iVCDUC accr'ued oti plan has gone under'1, an1u1 Wco-eds
are to be much stricter next fall at_
the University of Illinois, according to d eates thereby to relieve theo (Irwin orn aii)the men rt;utem; (-fil to he st
a~~~~~~ 1ee~ noneeto h ne-young .Toe Collitelh's' purse, has beell 1soflld wittlli;! older. mIel hod. Tih'
fraternity council there. defmlitelyr decidled as impracticail. Icommaittee delc1ete In romoite thl;_
No huewl eprit~ oe After' two trials, the Circuts dance mu~tttltual . r1',nc. ng fution i1 i;:t 1rx
than two consecutive dates with rush- anrl the recent "N" dance, at which u lp in lespir and a~i ;e spendu Il iex,
l c.es azn'l the rules have been arranged latter only 80 couples atended 1, 1l :nct ,timelccrammringfr(liiltWJ
so as to make it impossible for one promoters have decided that heae-which arecomn ndaky hti
fraternity to have more than half of a fcrth the conventional practice of is a thinig they aver. , 11illolr-'iig abpt
ruzshee's time. A specially elected fellow-pay-all will be a(Iheredl to for more results than any Mre effort
board of representativds will take jthe saf~e of meeting the d mazinds of, expended towar.d gei ttingthe c P1m5)1!
charge of all disciplinary action. 1creditors, if noathing else, folk; to mak:1e a prac11tice of "Dutch"
_____________________The big concession which the can- dating.
Sir nstn Chmbelain Brtish~r-ference offered to the women students -___
t eigi affairs- minister, has sent invi-!with the propositio D Iutch" lue, 111 ES4YA-heOio 1Wpc-
tations to all the British colonies toI was the prettily wvor~led fact that it lyan Transcipt was a .wm-dedl a cip hby
participate in a treaty to renounce all would imply greater independence for Ithe Cleveland P'lain 1elr for thme
wvar. women, and would thus be consistent Les:t. college new spaper in Ohio.
STI ARTING TODAY °THRU FRIDAY ;r

GROUND COURSE IN FLYING OFFERED
AT MICHIGAN BY NAVY DEPARTMENT
Naval aviation, a ground course in or stick with him. Hie proceeded to
lying offered at the University j put it in place andl slowly circled
hrough the U. S" Navy department, is{ around, the abashed instructor laugh-
)pen to all students who wish to learn nathmllhewyotegrud
he abstract theory of flying. In this In thmal h a o h rud
;ourse students are acquainted with1 The advanced flight training, held
)lane structurbs and rigging, vari- the same or succeeding summer, is
us types of engines, how the plane given at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
s flown in theory and practice, and Hampton Roads, Virginia.
re instructed in radio and aircraft._
If, after having successfully com- ILLINOIS-Twenty-one fraternities
)leted the course, the student wishes participated in an inter-fraternity sing
o continue his air training, he has held here. The. affair was sponsor'ed
the privilege of entering, the Great by the Junior honorary sociel',,Sa-
Lales training school provided that I em.

Cu ilpa g a 'Funds15 ('oiniiitee
(Composed of, from left to right, Senl-
ators A. IV.Ilaukley of Kentucky, P-
I-I. Dale of Vermont, F. Steiwer of Ore-
gon, Sam CO. Brattou of New Mexico,
andl AV.11. Mci~aster of South Iao
Dk-ta, Seniator Steiwer is the committee
ch airmain.
All of the leading candidates for the
presidential nomination in the cur-
rent campaign have been requested to
I appea r before the group pictured
above, and in all investigations to
dlate, contrary to those of former cam-
paigns, have revealed no scandalous
''"slush" so-called.
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