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ISON, Wis., April 23.-Por- University of Wisconsin. The log j11111 ULOSL
was found embedded in basalticDU
unnelers for the United lava of the Miocene period.Ct II .1M L
reclamation service, have - The cell structure of wood im--
entified by experts here as bedded in rock usually is destroyed Prosecutor Describes Capone's
00 years old. by pressure, it was said at the Hean
age was determined in the laboratories here, but not so with a s L ubhouse'c
products laboratory at the the log. and Liquor Storehouse'.

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To Mebr of the Facuties: The memoers of various faculties are ______
cordially urged to attend, if possible, the Honors Convocation which-ASKS PADLOCK AT ONCE I
is to be held at 4 p. m., Friday, April 25, in Hill Auditorium, and to Kappa Tau Alpha Journa'ism Fraternity: Initiation necting at
occupy seats upon the stage. It is also hoped that as many faculty 1916 Cambridge Road promptly at 7:30 p. m. ( RVssoued 'Press)
members as possible may attend the various meetings of the Michigan MIAMI, Fla., April 23-Alphonse
Schoolmasters' Club which are being held this week. Sigma Delta Psi: Spring work will begin today. Regular practice Capone, Chicago racketeer, who
Alexander G. Ruthven periods will be Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3 to 5:30-S turday came back to Florida under protec-
morning 10 to 12 o'clock. Anyone is eligible to try out for f fraternity tioin of a federal injunction after
the governor had instructed state
Honors Convocation: The Seventh Annual HonorsConvocationr. . lleg Beta Chapter-Iota Alpha: Regular meeting of members will be authorities to deport him, has been
be held at 4:00 p. m , Friday, Ari2 2, it fill Puditorium. Mr. Georgef held at 7:30 p. m., in Room 3201, East Engineering Building. The speaker served with a copy of court pro-
E Vincert, fomr Pcsta, ofv the cdefellr oundationandowill be Dr. Everett P. Partridge, Associate Editor of "Industrial and cedings to padlock his Palm island
teUivriyoMiesail ieteades.IEngineering Chemistry." residence as a nuisance.
Classes in all divisions of the Uriversity, with the exception of Aemporary injunction with a
clinics, will be dismissed at 3:,5 in order that members of the faculty h emptray wasnasked in a
and students may attend the Convocat ion. Michigan Y Club meets at 8 p. m. iing t yled in
Seats will be provided for members of the faculty on the stage. petition tiled in circuit court Tues-
They will meet in the dressing roms at the rear of the stage in Hill Mummers: Initiation in the Cave. ay by State's Attorney N. Vernon
Auditorium at 3:45 p. m. Acadeic cotume will be worn. awthorne.Theproceings also
Asection of seats on the'main floor of the Auitorium will be contemplae later hearingto
Snra iYl P P 751 u.., , i m'111 vĀ±inigan1,A-1 ...1pa.1oc permanent.

reserved for honor students who will b, admitted to tos section on Union.a ic nthetpttonkdecribet
presentation of the cards which have been sent them. iThdece as "a publiubc nuisance and a
The doors of the Auditoiium will be opcn at 3:45 p. mn. The public source of "annoyane toisthe cn- a
is invited. Hillel Players: Cast tryouts for the next Hillel Players presentation, source of annoyance to the com
Alexander G. Ruthven a laboratory production, will be held at 7 o'clock at the Michigan League munity as a harbor for all classes
building. of criminals and desperate charac-
ters." It alleged that large quan-
Notice to Seniors! Diploma fees Payable Now! Early settlement is! Faculty Women's Club: Mrs. Ruthven will be hostess to members tites of liquor are stored there and
necessary for the preparation of diplomas. In no case will the University of the Faculty Women's Club this afternoon at her home, 815 South that the place is frequented by law
confer a degree at Commencement upon any student who fails to pay University Avenue, 3:30 to 5:30. This tea takes the place of the one violators, gamblers and habitual
this fee before 4 o'clock, p. m.. May 28. In case the Faculty does not scheduled for today at Mrs. Patterson's. loafers, violating both state and
recommend any payor, the fee will be refunded on surrender of receipt federal laws.
for payment. The above applies also to fees for all special certificates. Negro-Caucasian Club will meet at 7:45 p. in., in the Upper Room, The state's attorney named as
Candidates for degrees or certificates should at once fill out card Lane Hall. Rev. H. P. Marley wil speak on "Race Co-operation." defendants Alphonse Capone, Mae
at office of the Secretary of their College or School; pay the Treasurer; Capone (his wife), Ralph and John
of the University, and have car receipted, and file indicated section COMING EVENTS Capone, Frankie Newton, care-
of this receipted card with the Secretary of their College or School. Rhetoric 11, Section 19 will meet in Room 3231 A. H. at 11 o'clock taker, and Frank Gallett, Miami
Please do not delay until the last moment, but attend to this Friday. Kenneth Rowe apartment house owner, who is
matter at once. We must letter, sign, and seal approximately 2500s
diplomas and certificates, and we shall be greatly helped in this work Hitory 46: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club Pro- Albert Capone, a brother of Al-
by early payment of the fee and consequent longer period for prepara- fessor Hirsch's class in History 46 will meet in the West Lecture Room, phonse, recently arrested here for
tibn.' I W. Phys., Friday, April 25. vagrancy, was not mentioned.
*'The Treasurer's Office will be closed each Saturday afternoon. The temporary federal injunc-
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University. History 42: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club Pro- uion, prohibiting sheriffs of 20
fessor Aiton's class in History 42 will meet in Room 306 U. H. Friday, ounties from molestingCapone
April 25.fwith specific warrants, comes up
Piano Recital: Stanley Fletcher of the School of Music will give the Aifor5hearing Friday on a motion to
following program of piano numbers in Hill Auditorium, Sunday after- History 98: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club Pro make the order permanent.
noon, April 27, at 4:15 o'clock, to which the general public with the fessor Dunham's class in History 98 will meet in Room 203 U H. Friday Gov. Carlton.last month instruct-
exception of small children is invited: April 25. ed sheriffs to escort Capone to the
Chopin: Nocturne in D flat major; Ballade in F major; Ten Preludes; _;state border should he appear in
Etude, C minor: Liszt: Sonata in B minor. C Psychology 34: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club Florida, but he said Tuesday he
Chre .Sink i scooy3:O;con fth ihgnShomsesCu knew of no arrangements to con-
CalsAthere will be no lecture in Psychology 34, Friday morning, April 25. 'test the injunction.
Business Administration Club: There will be no meeting of the Philosophy 33: On account of the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club Dr.
Business Administration Club this wek as previously announced. F Jobsand Family Are
IWilliams' class in Philosophy 33 will meet in Room 4014, N. S., Friday, ;Y
Examination Schedule: The schedule of final examinations in the April 25.]Gis or Students
college of Literature, Science, and the Arts, the School of Education, the Informal Readings by Faculty Members: The first 'of a series of . f ;datd P ress)
School of Music, the School of Business Administration, the College of informal readings by faculty members is to be given by Prof. 0. J. PULLMAN, Wash, Api3)
Pharmacy, the School of Forestry and Conservation, and the Graduate Campbell on Sunday, April 27, at 3:30 p. . in the Grand Rapids room Fcas, April 23.
School is now ready for distribution. D. L. Rich of the Michigan League building. Tea will be served by the House Wash., a senior at Washington
Ushcrs for Dramatic Readings: All Committee the concourseAllll students are invited to attend. State college, couldn't keep himself
for the Dramatic Readings Series to be presented April 29, May 6, May Sunday Evening Convocations: Henry Conrad Moehlman of the busy by:
20, and May 27, kindly get i touch with Miss Bachelor at 3211 A. H., Colgate-Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, New York, will speak at dgen.
or call Donald M. Vedder at 7317.Idrn
Hill Auditorium, Sunday evening, April 27, at 8 o'clock. The subject will Man
Co-operative Course in Eleetrical Engineering: Freshman and soph- be, "Is Christianity Doomed?" The public is cordially invited. Mainainmg siority rightake
Coopraiv ouseinElcrialEninein:_rehmnansph_ railroad by working as a brake-
onmore students seeking admission to this course should see Professor S. The Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Women's Club will meet on
S. Atwood at once. May 8, instead of May 1, as previously announced.' Further arrange- Acting as janitor of a church.
- ments will be announced later. This is the last meeting of the year. Teaching a class in second-year
Choral Union Members: Mixed chorus rehearsal at 7 o'clock at the All Foreign Women on the Campus are invited to Tea by the Applying himself so diligently to
School of Music. The rehearsal will be on Bach's "Magnificat" and Oriental Women's Club, at the Garden Room of the League Building on classwork that he was voted the
"King David." Sunday, April 27, from 4 to 5:30 p. m. key of Phi Kappa Phi, national
honorary scholastic fraternity, to
All-Campus Open Forum: A. E. Wood, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology, International Tea: All students are cordially invited to the Inter- place himself in the upper division
will talk on the subject, "The Breakdown of The Family," in Room D national Tea on Friday, April 25, from 2 to 5 o'clock in the Presbyterian of his class so he might graduate
of Alumni Memorial Hall at 4 p. in. Church parlors, sponsored by the King's Daughters. with honors.
.%\So he went in for campus club
University Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information: Craftsmen will leave from Masonic Temple Friday at 4:30 p. m. and professional fraternity work in
Mr. Walker, representing one of the nationally known chain stores, ! Wear your tuxedo and bring ribbon, a big way, and during his last year, I
will talk to those students who are interested at 4 p. in., in room 205 ofem.
Mason Hall Individual appointments may be made for Thisday at Phi Sigma meets Friday evening at 7:30 in room 1139 N. S. Bldg. Heo was listed for a bachelor of
the office in 201 Mason Hall. Dr. A. I. Ortenburger, Professor of Zoology at the University of Okla- arts degree, to
T. Luther Purdom, Director homa, will give an illustrated talk on "The Fauna of Oklahoma." arsere obe given him at
-_graduation exercises this spring.
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics l Iitli illlll11 -~- ---
will be held in Room 445 at 8 p. in., DO YOUR GLASSES REMAIN FULL -
Professor Timoshenko will show a Have you ever noticed that your guests leave their Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
film k on gears. Mr.L. N. Holland water glasses full at the end of the meal? Do you suppose T8:15-Mata
will tako elthey do not like water or is it the taste of the particular to Performance Tomorrow)
House Presidents of the League: = drink you are serving? Play safe-obtain complete admin- Deightful entertainment. Scintillating comedy. Really
The meeting of the Board of Repre- istration from your friends by serving pure Arbor Springs superbghis revier apla d ati-h News
sentativea, will be held at 5 o'clock water.Dal
in rooms A-B-C on the third floor a .ARBOR SPRINGS WATER CO.
instead of the committee room. 416 W. Huron Pho 8
Please bring all signing out slips up-Po 87 =
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Capt. Robert A. Bartlett.
Former aide to Admiral Peary on
his north polar expedition, who will
explore the Arctic again this sum-





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Davis Edwards, University of Chicago,
Reading "The King's Henchman" by
St. Vincent Millay, Tues., April 29.
Gertrude Johnson, University of Wisconsin,
Reading "The Ivory Door" by A. A.
Milne, Tues., May 6.
Edward Abner Thompson, Curry School of
Expression, "Cyrand De Bergerac by
Rostand-Brian Hooker, Tues., May 20.
Henry Lawrence Southwick, Emerson Col-
lege of Oratory, "King Lear" by Wil-
liam Shakespeare, Tues., May 27.
Season tickets on sale at Slater's Bookstore or 3211 Angell Hall.
Season tickets may be exchanged for reserved seats at Lydia Mendelssohn
box office beginning Friday. May 25, 1-5 P. M.


+ AMY 'l.ClMI *+ W/ Mc MICHAEL
Nights: 75 cents and $1; Sat. Mat.: 50 and 75 cents.
Box Office Phone 6300




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