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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

University Hal Is Fire TrapI) Juniors Ad
lected To Tati Beia Pi
Declares Edward (. Partdoi Svcen seniors and nir juniors
-were elected to membership in Tau
Beta Pi, honorary engineering so-
"I think that the University of ' students and faculty because of the iciety, at the annual springelections
Michigan campus has been developed many exits. The Romance Language Members are chosen from the up-
so that it ranks with other foremost|1 Building is old, but it is one of the per eighth of the junior class in
campuses in this country in respect first semi-fire proof buildings in ex- scholastic standing, and; choice is
to beauty, utility of walks, and land- istence, having been built with steel based upon participation in variou§
scape in general," states Edward C. frames and concrete arches( xtra-curricular activities.
Pardon, head of the Buildings andfn Those elected to membership were:
Grounds department. According to Mr. Pardon no more M. E. Bates, '34E, E. F. Brater, '34E,
"University Hall is a fire trap with- money will be spent on beautifying F. S. Kohl, '33E, W. H. Powers, '34E,
out question, and it is unfortunate the campus for some time, and the F. W. Smith, '34E, D. G. Shepard,
that money cannot be obtained to do only funds to be used in this direc-I '33E, E. W. Wasielweski, '33E, C. A.
" Mr. "" tion ill be expended for mnainten-
away with it," Mr. Pardon said. "The Marshall, '34E, J. C. Seeley, '34E, C.
crying need of the university is the ance. His department has charge M. Lowell, '34E, G. F. Leland, '33E,
removal of that building, as it is a of the university laundry, the tunnel, R. A. Choate, '34E, S. C. Killian, '34E,
real menace to Angell Hall and be- heating, and electric systems, con- G. F. Atkinson, '33E, Ben Laberee,
cause all the institution's records struction and painting of buildings, '33E, L. V. Whipple, '33E.
and official papers are kept there." manufacture of various aids to scien-
Mr. Pardon has been an Ann Ar- tific experiments as well as innumer-
bor resident for thirty-eight years
and is a member of the engineering
class of '12 and has worked up to his BOOK COPYING
present position as carpenter, drafts- TORONTO, March 23.--In looking t
man, and assistant superintendent. over essays handed in by his class,
He was connected with the depart- an English professor found one
ment when Dr. Burton, established which had been copied word for word
in 1922 a program to improve the ap- from a text book.
pearance of the campus, called the He asked the guilty one to see
"Campus Plan." him after class and promised to
"The Economics and old Law build- mention no names. At the end of the
ings are both of the non-fire proof hour five people were waiting for
type, but there is no real danger to him.-

Gargoyle Staff Names
New Business Assistants
The appointment of six sophomores
as assistant-managers on the busi-
ness staff of the-Gargoyle, Michigan's
humor magazine, was announced yes-
terday by Charles M. Rush, busi-
ness manager. The list of those ap-
pointed is as follows: Joseph E.
Horak, accouilts; Jefferies Benjamin,
circulation; Roger L. Thompson, pub-
lication; Leonard W. Koplin and
,Robert Engel, local advertising; and
Myron M. Ruby, foreign advertising.
These men will serve as assistants
to the present department heads un-
til the selection of next year's busi-
ness manager in May, according to
Rush.
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The Friars Orchestra Gives an Open Dance
FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 9:30-11:00
Minimum charge of 75c per couple including excellent food at
CHUB SB

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Flowers reflect more fully than any other gift the true
sentiment of the occasion. They embody the eternal
significance of affection and remembrance. Can you
think of a gift that will give her more pleasure than a
corsage of gardenias? They're as low as $1.50.
THEY GROW THEIR OWN
THE UNIVERSITY FLOWER SHOP, INC.
Phone 9055 606 East Liberty St.
-MEMBER OF THE FLORIST'S TELEGRAPH A880CIATION-
Flowers wired anywhere any time.

Aim Ar'bor'-,;Largest Re~stauran~t -- Etabi,51Jwd 189

Druchinbrod's Victors at Chubbs
Regular Saturday Night Dance 9:30-12:30
MINIMUM CHARGE REDUCED TO 75c A COUPLE
Dancing Also at Dinner Friday, Saturday and Sunday 6:00-7:30

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