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WED'E A, JUNE 4, 1 TIHE MICHIGAN D AIL PAGETHREE

PAGE THREE

NTON MICORNELL YOUTHS CROSS ATLANT;IC;I
TOUR MEDITERRANEAN IN SAILBOAT
BANOVET TO TAKE I r.....,..... :::x::
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PLACE ATBOST-ON s

Eve of Michigan- !{ard am
Set as Date for Alumni
Celebrations
LARGE GROUP EXPECTED]
Special Train at Reduced Rates d
Will Convey Hundreds
From Middle-West.
Plans are being formulated for:
the National Michigan Dinner;k
which will be held Nov. 7 in Bos-
ton when Alumni from all parts,
of the country gather for a ban- . .
quet on the evening before theI
Michigan-Harvard football game. CaI Weagant (left) and Henry D
The Hotel Bellevue, the inter-Atlantic and toured the Mediterra
collegiate Alumni hotel of Boston, the return voyage Devereux took
will be. the official Michigan head- to meet in mid-Atlantic, and met h
quarters for the week-end of the
celebration. Officers of the Alumni
association. have already made COHEN WILL VIEW
their reservations as well as a large 'FOEIGN HOUSING
number of Alumni who have indi-
cated their intention of attending .
the dinner and the football game. Sociologist Plans to Investigate
Special Trains Announced. European City Planning.
Many are expected to take ad-
vantage of the reduced rates that In an effort to secure first hand
are being offered by the Michigan !information on the subject of city
Central railroad. A special National planning and housing in several
Michigan Dinner train from De-i large continental cities, Joseph Co-
troit to Boston has been announc-
ed. The fares are in effect from hen, instructor in the sociology de-
Ann Arbor and Detroit to Boston, i partment, will undertake an inves-
but will be taken advantage of by tigation trip to Europe this sum-
Alumni all over the Middle West. mer. Cohen, who plans to be gone
These Alumni will come to Detroit'
where they will board the special, nPourrmonths, will visit Berlin, Vien-
or their cars will be attached to. na, and Paris, gathering.infora-
the special, which will run as the tion through publications in the li-
second section of the Wolverine. 1 braries of these metropoli, as well
Reservations from Chicago. as through interview. He will also
Railroad officials have announc- enroll at the Berlin Academy where
ed that they will attach two or most of the work will be carried
three extra Pullmans to the Wol-on.
verine at Chicago for the Alumni,!
from that city. In these cars will
be made reservations for the Alum- Jarachute jump Saves
ni from St. Louis, Indiana cities, Life of Army Aviator
and from the cities of Michigan
which are not already planning on (fly Associated Press)
special cars of their own. i KINGSTON, Ont., June 3-Seven-
Under the schedule of reduced'teen airplanes from Selfridge Field,
rates the round-trip fare from Anne Mt. Clemens, Mich., reached here
Arbor will be $37.63, with Pullman Monday afternoon to take part in
of $8.25 and $6.60. From Detroit the eastern Ontario air meet to-
round trip fare will be $35.90, and day.
the Pullman rates $7.50 and $6.00. Lieut. Morley Slaught dropped
out of the group when his plane
NORTHWESTERN-Bob and Er- fell near Kitchener. Apparently
nie's, a campus restaurant and ren- something went wrong with a wing,
dezvous, has been taken over by according to the others of the par-
Charles Fields and Jerry Williams, ty, while he was flying at an alti-
both students in the College of Lib- tude of 3,000 feet. He jumped and
eral Arts here. alighted safely with his parachute.

C0M'M[HC19[ J |S|F BURNS PARK TURNS PARADE GROUND Disaster Threatens
COMMERCIAL ~JBSB AS ODD FELLOWS PRACTICE DRILLS: fraternity. House as
TLodge Men March in Moonlight dier, "have got to do better. You Frying Pan Explodes
pII IIPreparing for Meet. I1haven't done anything right yet.
Allright, ATENTION! RIGIIT Frying bacon was the cause of
Exellent Opportunities Found the night air and 12 uniformed "Thank God I'm right about a small fire at the Zeta Psi frate-
by Michigan Men in Large men bearing swords wheeled something," came faintly from the nity house at 512 South State street
Laboratories. around into position. "HALT!" reprimanded subaltern, as the army late yesterday afternoon. The fry-
came the next command and the once more began its nocturnal ing greese caught fire and the leap-
Michigan's physicists, who are miniature army that for hours preparations for the forthcoming ing flames ignited a curtan at the
t Monday night' had been marching meet.indaeite
completing their course for the:ad ontrarhgovrhe__ ______ window. The Ann Arbor fire de-
and counter-marching over the . eAnAbrfr e
doctor of philosophy degree in moonlit sward of Burns Park ceas- Separtment rushed to the scene but
physics, have found few teaching ed its martial maneuvers. dbefore they arrived the conflagra-
jobs awaiting them despite the "At Ease" was given. Albert Michigan at Ceremony had been extinguished.
present business depression al-'Zahn, drillmaster of Canton 30, I.
though they have found many ex- O. O. F. of Ann Arbor, then ad- Dean Herbert C. Sadler of the(-
etoppottiey havesfoindcomny eialdressed his "Company." "Men," he engineering .college will attend the
said, "it won't be long now before ,inauguration of Carl Taylor Comp- For a
fields available. we enter drill competition with ton, new president of the Massa-
Three men now attending school cantons of Odd Fellows from all chussets Institute of Technology,
I here have already accepted com- over the state. We must march bet- June 6, at Cambridge, Mass. outh
ter than we are doing now. You,' He is going as the official repre-
positions. L. B. Headrick, he pointed to one perspiring sol- sentative of the University.r e
who is conducting engineering re- Sm-----ot S
search in the physiks department, I 1
will go to the Western Electric com-
pany's laboratory at Hawthorne; J. CORN1VWELL COAL COKE
S. Donal, instructor in physics, will
work at the Westinghouse Electric

Associated Press Photo
evereux, both of Cornell, crossed the
anean in their ketch, Carlsark. On
pasage on a steamer they chanced
his friend later in Long Island. N. Y.
r OHIO STATE-Five fraternities
on this campus have abolished
' "rough initiation." They are: Pi
Kappa Alpha, Phi Kappa Tau, Al-
pha Chi Rho, Sigma Nu, and Alpha
Tau Omega.
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VACATION
SUGGESTIONS
Upon the completion of your examinations, you
immediately turn to a much needed vacation. Swim-
ming, golfing, and tennis will occupy much of your
time and will require many new items of clothing.
Before leaving school, it will repay you well to visit
our store of summer goods, including-
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Jantzen Bathing Suits . . $4.50 and up
Linen and Wool Knickers . $3.50 to $10.00
Duck Trousers . . . . . . . . $2.00
Straw and Panama Hats . $3.50 to $6.00
(Sweatersa-5
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