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Haskins and Sample to Head News
TWENTY-FIRST
F air tonight and Saturday,
Alhwly rising !rniprnitiirr
Saturday.
YEAR
M lch lR iin 's F o rm i osi Callei;intt Kpm i*W tt*klv
Volnmo 22
I-' I àf i l A Y
M ARCH
N um be r -líl
21 . 1Ô3Ô
H a sk in s and S a m p le to H ea d N e w s
SCANT THIRD OF STUDENT BODY
CASTS CLOSE VOTE TO SELECT
OFFICERS OF CAMPUS COUNCILS
IS BUSINESS MANAGER
OF COLLEGE NEWSPAPER
C im ath « ri, Ladd, Jepson, Jaehnig, Warren, and Clark Are .Chosen
for Potiliom on Student Council Union Board and
flfS
fX O fp t io iia lly
c lo s e
v o te
a m :! h er.
I ’ ! v im .n t h.
MU ETA OMICRON
FETES GRAVEURE
i Fai
en in v ve
b a llr o o m .
9 :0 0 p . m . ~ D e M o i a y
dance
a.
m e et.
of
th e
O ym .
m ilitile
o f v o te s .W ere
•cine n u e stion
. lis t
- t
A g r lH iltu r e .
Lansing Scout Officials and Col­
lege Authorities Co-operate
to Entertain Visitors.
H'stipn won by a
opposed
llerrm iom
Union
Masonic
Class Members Attempt to Got
Papers Ready to Present
to State Board.
W R IT IN G C O U R S E
OFFERED FROSH
in te r fr a -
A t oik entiuU t*. »hive bv 'Member* ol
Hie juntoi class
being made dtirllVL
the i ••tnaiiidn
in week to obtain
* tv*- i •••»•<•: .»I' ■ i.n !>■•• >•! signatures to
the (jetItmns .beiiu-* circulated fo r the
purpose ol lifjuirlatin« I he J -llo p debt
fh t shot in»'' > »»me before the nexf
meeting » i 'hi- M ate Board of A grirul*
'»I»«' lequirr* speeds action to have the
to the
and
eighty.urn
If that
•tablv a blanket
iriiid fd m the
rum all iunior*
ion next term
Im- ied t«>
m 'lie junior
» goes t ti rough
settled to allow
its senior year,
on ->re being
society houses
m t liisM onm *
•rviewed in the
•Hiursdav and
Special Study of Imaginative Writ­
ing is Originated for Fresh
English Students.
Corflicts and Changes in Spring
Term Schedule Book Published
by Prouh
rinarri
o mon
' orient
“ Y” MEN ELECT
CARL HARADINE
mantis«
must
W. A. A. OFFICERS
, H O r g a n is a tio n
between Peoples
rv Wednenday.
Alphu G a m m a
Defeat. Byron Male for Pre.idency
nf O rfin iu tio n by
Cloie Vote,
Annie Laurie Becker lo Head (u
f® r *he
Coming Year.
AT THE UNION
erwrv
h departn
•¡».ri with
in M ate
The
niration
1UIK1
oftice m
nd I tuia.
4"
1 radine ah and Mh
I. A wi
FlemmK Barbour will t
eHident o f the nrgamzat
Rt
It tJ the eigh ty odd v
M u lle r
irl
W m an
ember* o f ttie Y
lb* d .
fin iH iit rías*
B Miviaon «4 to 20
w,íl S í "
.idmi*Mun -«r*
Robert files -defeated Nrl Yeom ans rt quiremcn
and winter
-ulment <-i Scab- Jor
ireasurershtp of «tic o rg a n i*«- «rad e oí
ripa ri v K
recom m end«» in
attenui militar*/ Ira- , lori |)V a vote «»t 4'» to 4<i * ‘hlle L.tw- FriglWn or
and Blade
students -I
filters to command rene#- Booti defeated Don W ieland 47 previous ir
rompan y tor the ro m in « year in «
for ttte secretaryship
enroll duri
lar business o.eeianu Wednesday •
M em ber* o fth e 'Y " voted nt this e le e - t> n n «ie rn
t m 'h e armor y
tion under the new plan recentiFROSH PICTURE DATE SET
aude strebt.
Birm ingham
* * * proved by the Student Council
captili !i ui »ne « a d c organi®«* I m ale siudentá ttiat have signlfted
axlworth, Detroit, arUljliRgrc
All freshmen must have «heir pic­
• ¡.Ilowed to
rve next -ear as 1st lieutenant, R a y ; tion v
tures taken before Tuesday M arch 2.r>.
rliauble G rand R apid», i* 2nd Aeuit they want
in the W olverine
•nani; and Karl Jepson. Mulhken
C A N O E W A N T E D - I " buy "
P ro o f» .'•howltTbe in .by Thursday. Mar
as * bösen flrxt »-ergeant of the col- Call .'>-3013 or « t 433 East Orund R i'
ge company
avenue Axk for M owrv or Spencer
Sittings m av.be arranged between i(-
M IL IT A R Y G R O U P
E L E C T S O F F IC E R S
ngltah
Ma i
>5d An
ne in
students m
to
pre
rule books
MEN’S GLEE CLUB SINGS
IN IONIA SUNDAY NITk
Th e M en's O lee cluo
director made a co n e •
Sunday evening. Marcu
by Robert O rahan». soloi
man. vloUnist. w-ere hlgl
program
Plan.* are being formu
concert tours in the npt
M»k 'h e editorship
e.riI.« »tmI» t--t over
• outit o f iirt votes
business manager
nini w it h Victor
nrt W alter K lrk AgricliÌìtirlst balaudeniÄ only and
DRIVE IS MADE ON
JUNIOR PETITIONS
Slate N tw xEnglllh Department tn
Sponsor Short Slory and
Poetrv Contest.
U n io n
the .state Board
none, tiu.se votes
in the Union lobby
fieri of the old Htuif Associated Wornti ,i farew ell banrh of the Union at
adjotirnin? to the
Te Mie votes were
W R IT IN G C O N T E S T
ANN O U N C ED HERE
!
iiiu
s id e d
500 BOY SCOUTS
WILL MEET HERE
jtfd T-nor M a k e Dccidrd Hi»
Before Packed House itt I '»si
of Season s C o lt t P fh
R e c e p tio n
to r
La u is
h o m e o f P r e s id e n t e n d
m — F ln a la
M u llig a n
S t a te
N ew s
c o n n e c te d w ith th e
lit . f rec h in a n v e a r an d hi
to I he p o lls
!. a n d d e m o n re e o f s t u d e n t
r in s e e o m p e ll a s k i n s
and
il.t fu l th a t a
.111 t h e \Vo|
ti. carry weight wit
' Itft it-it*I l t
open
:ood «
CLOSES COURSE
Mrs. 8 t e v .
te r n ity tr a c k
Agricultural Posts Open to Men
Who Can Qualify
For Jobs.
i nt er es t w i t h ih
t i l io ti
l.ftw e e n
l. a r k e .
It is d
efeah
• idea è
SATURDAY. MARCH 2 2 -
10 0 0
in w h ic h Im th
a run w i n ° f
•ke p o l l e d m
I i" r I».ti si ness
tp d n .
»01.11*11 I n i e n t i L u rk «*.
K .o
N 'in ip l**. T tn o|M ’ " '
in h is l u v o r .
n u n ilio r o f \ot<*
U lu li W U S e x p e r t
-t r a t e d a h i g h dt
O a iin iiv
T e m p le .
1 :0 0 p. o l —
O ra ve u r« m
“
.»nd M a d e lin e
iv c fot n ex t
t o g u id © th e
t n s d t i v in a n
e p o lis .
The
.M:
e v ton iil V
2 1d in n e r
th e
Ile tal
a l e n d a r
Doc Party
of
U. S. EXAMS DATE
IS ANNOUNCED
th e pre
eprescn
Y W C A lias outlined it « plans for
the spring term.
Delegate* w ill be
chosen to attend the National Y W
C A. convention which is to be held m
Detroit from A pril 25 to M ay 1
O n M ay 10- the Saturday before
M other* Day there will take place the
annual M ay m orning
breakfast
w h i c h all gtek and their mothers aie
mvited.
Representatives fo r the summer camp
at Lake Oeneva
W»*.. will also be
picked
Dunn? the spring 'erm there
w i l l b e the usual m eetings and two
v e s p e r services, one of which will be
f o r s e n io r s at 'tie end o f the term
A
n
H A S K IN S
aients will be
\ 31. Albion.
elect
Sorority Saturday.
and foi
inna belli
9 0® p. m . — Y e l l o w
S
w h ic h f f i l w n\
'o r o f l i l o r s h o w
f i í d n l f s h u d îfo o d •
V ;> I V(»|i-S e v e r h is in s t A3-7 f u r H a s k m
l i t t » , e■hulked u p
S C H E D U L E M IS T A K E S
P O IN T E D O U T E A R L Y
8 : I S p . m.-— W . A
-:
h ifs
Noted Tenor to he H o n o r e d hv Re­
ception’ G iv e n b y H n n o r .m
TO SELECT DELEGATES
FOR Y. W.XONVENTION
F R ID A Y . M A R C H
a m i
Only Four Dissenting Votes on
Question of Increasing Size
of Council.
Competition Keen in Y. W. C. A
and Home Economie.
Club Election.
c
Polling for Editorship of State News is Unusually Close; Herrmann
Defeats Irrgang to r Control of Michigan Agriculturist;
Sample Polls 879 Votes.
•lep-M H . M T im i< e iC T 4 0
ELECT OFRCERS
FOR CO-EDCLUBS
ON V E N I E N T
AMPUS
VETERAN ASSISTANT EDITORS
CHOSEN TO CONTROL CAMPUS
PUBLICATIONS FOR NEXT YEAR
,- ltW li
D o u g l a s ( 'a r r u t ln*r< p o i Ii»rl t|tlitc> a
t h e r a c e f o r t h e t w o r e m a i n in e p la t
T h e c o m p l e t i * r e s u lt s f o r a l l i i a s s e s
S t m l o n t c o U n o (l :
J u n io r * . p o u p
1 0 2 ; C h a r l e s L a d d . Nflt-sk op-on. ljH fc
. S t a n le y O s w a l t a n il S t u a r t W i l sey,
th e
(li>f<*at(‘ d (. 'it H liila le s ,
p o lle d
140 a n d
110 v o t e s r e ­
s p e c tiv e ly .
F o r th e so p h o m o res. H o w a rd
E lection returns show '
lio n was keen between
whose nam e* appeared on
C. A. and the Hom e Eta
ballots
'H ie summary ol the
follow s:
On the Y W 1
Ph yllis Shassberger defe.i1
Trach.se) fo r liie president
Pridraux won the vice pre*
Jean Anderson; M ildred I’ ,
elected treasurer, defeating
sehe; and Elsa R ich ard »
m ajority over Helen Shoest
secretary's post.
For president on the Hon
chib bal'-ot M adeline Dulse
votes and Deri Wat km
lor vice president. Dorotl
aa Mtda T v v n i 52; secret«
Ball 80 Adelia Beeuwkes
treasurer. Ruth Hart 75
Robb 03
OF
M IC H IG A N S T A T E N E W S
AMENDMENT PASSES
’
m o m l i e r s f o r t h e en n U lU R y e a r w e
J a e h n ijr , ( i r a m ! K a p i i U . p o l l e d
l(» 0 v o t e s t «> tu k
hi
m
the council with I)on
Joseph. Wnrrcu had 140 votes O f 11
rrm nlnini! two candidate- W ard K el
had 13ft. and Leonard I/v.an 03
T h e fresh drop ejected ¡¡Irk
Clat
Bad Axe. over L e v is Thornton at
Jim m y M itchell
Clark
had
it
Th orn ton 134 and M itchell 20
M arvin Horne. Dearborn, and Wavt
Scott. Ft. Wnvne. In d . were automat
ra lly elected to Union Board for tl
juniors. M argaret Qoodnn.ow. Detro
d ( f f o t « d Esther d u v e ts
tor- worn»
representative by it>8 to 7ft
Jack Green. East Lansing] j>piit o
Larry Pace lor sophomore union boin
representative by 100 to
ion
it- ■
O ith en s lost to Evelyn Hardy. Vernn
73 to 179
Dick M cDonald Dearborn will repr»
sent the freshman on the union hour
lu llin g 134 votes '<> 97 lor Don I.a
and 81 fo r Horton Stickle
Ptorresr M eir
Muskegon, tie tea t<
C arl Harndine lo r a posnlnn on •)
•.ophom orc Liberal Arts board. 131
l i f t In the race fo r woman represent
tive on the board. K atherine Lipl
Iml led 149 vote* to defeat C.irolvn ('<><
with 110
T A K E S E D IT O R S H IP
Defeats Mary Lou Lipka to Take
Position for Ensuing Year
Among Co-eds.
Liberal Arts Board
IS
A. W. S. SELECTS
MARTHA FARLEY
FOR PRESIDENT
W in o n a
¡g
K ate Mr AI - as
B n td ic -.
le a n e d
ond
p ressed
w it h
ro p H
ttttt a t
T W ir H n .l/ n
n r»
r i m i ir r «
-P h n n r «- M in -
211
M
A
r
Avr
i:
o
m
n n rt
»-«
p
m
Special tea menus
will be served in the
main ilininj? room
every Wednesday,
U-R'inninjf M arch
12, from •’>to 6 p. m.
Food will be attrac­
tively served and
prices will be rea­
sonable.
n u r
c o v p ù n
ro o k s
iMktótíMi StateN*#®
I
.a
U RI COURSEDEPT. Retiring F™m ^nagetM iit of
JHSBT f ARI KAIS
iV€«;« wftk Torfag « Editwn
5 0
La. lLa ■lnidaii «ft# HlfMffftlI fltitt
lichtaan.
, ¿ S S 5 T Í I » (ourtk a i r of «C Uftt»» kulilMW
i!!«««' evimamr*. rxtoneloTi 104.
r T Z T ~ l ¿ ~ Inc.. SOS P ir t li Ax*-.. N e w Y o rk C ity .
SeperintendeaU * 1 Si»1* f ,n M
Given Aid by College ia la*
gtitntion M iw i t a a t .
Tie* U n rrih ill. In c .. 40 «L M Ü » S t .. N # W
Do>u-n. M a o . . 410 N o r th M lc h la a o
«.* ■ .. C h ic a# « . It !.
_ _ _____ _______________
—
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Club A. popular men s eating club. Is
EUTBTMlWjHrSSuY
Members of Phi Gamma Pte. hon
society, »ere "
entertame
■*—
-™
*■
sa£ 5 5 « 3 f f
V2 F
S r ^ s s H i £ S « - m .--=
“
"“S JS S 5
Of Grand Rapar
i »re written I1
- » “ - w , ;w.; r I>W7
r , : ; ' 1,0/"S*
¿ ' i s L\,
«
The Short Ctmwe. fogjwtment lm> ,
*j ^ S í „í j«rf the <•»!!«** .or¿ofv the
s roikcortfivii.—
roll
KuWrirtion. »1J0 th# School Year.
EDITORIAL STAFF
lbM(iR( Hiitar
( rd I'dilor
A «e i«ta n t E ditar*
The men who took HU» fo u r* are
i Boland Klegere of Poiol«o 8t»te hospitnl Dnvid W houtttte of Msriiuftte
i tirfthch prison. 8. J Vfolker of U p e «
Michigan Home snd Trftlnlng school
Charles Shepard of lonl» “ J01!1* * ”
n-rormatlory. L B. SuUer rf loma
Mtchlcan State hospital. M. B. Richards
! ni Jackson State prison- C U H e of
i Jackson State prison. E.
Adrian Otrls Tratnln« school. Alfred
Folks of Mlehinsn State prison at Jack1 son. Charles Porter of il»8tate hospital
of Traverse county. J. M . H a v e y of the
Vocational school at lanrins and Yeo; man A*ur of the Kalamasoo State
i hospital.
H. rniian Moirte
AeThcon Hmuk
11
...
Kovlifo—
Mhjel Hornin«
Katherine l.ynch
Hubert C Graham
In«. MeKc«
Pe a rl
P e r r in
llfpnrlro
HI S1NESS STAFF
lloiinrii
E c le c t ic
A«»fiant »anagrra
ArcMntc
Houm
l*bi Delta H un
Hcspericn House
Kappa Delta Houm
I nllrrlltini '
P hi
D elta
an«
»V»- h e a r
m
,
Ih m *
iin M it h e
**•'
a tta y .
ifr H d u a t p s w i l l b e
m l we ■ u rn a p t t " h e a r t a l k
•» a ul ut o n t b e * m a r k e t a n d
il a rtf«i e d u c a t i o n is t h a t it
iw r.
"oil OF* * g r a d u a t e e x p e c t s
ian he s h o u l d w o r k w i t h
h is
h is
•an e x p e c t t o n e t ojut
its a b i l i t y t o ns4' t h a t
t e s t e d a n d is c a p a b l e
w o r k in tin * h a n d s o f
*ct ltH* p e r c e n t r e s u l t s
ip e r a t o r th a n y o u ca n
S h affer's
.i % M t * t ! I* M
A IA O V
M s iU lW
layer:, of slicker,
t text borVK -. and
nas found in holds and discovering
.»ntioned golf i>ag
t violently w rathy PHI SIGMA CHI DISCUSS PLANS
t means improved
m k extracted due FOR SPRING TERM SOCIAL TEA
. closet is sim ply
heap
is
half
A* the last • m eeting Of Flu yigm a
inly solution i# to. Chi
short business' session was held
assorim ent t>t
which plan* " e r e discussed for
inside and to jd a m
be held next term
A fterw ard s M im ,
nxn’d than gentle* Ruth Chadsey gave a vocal solo ivccomjw n iifl bv M iss M ild red James
Phi
Pignut Chi w ill hold their regular m eetDftnorrow at Mack - S*udio
31
TO THE
SHOPPER
nuch
' ti.ythin*.. bul vim ought
t't.u i«t
ti
you dun t w an i
Cota* In and
ill (txid delicacies
not tw } bal Vet »tyìuig.. belter
,i* i u r n
, • higher pri
Mu*
•edHwuake:
.u tu
L iU u n n g
* it h
aitoriiig n’ llrc i* U r
. own >mck in th» Ligm»»«!'
H H K t M oK 'E OK A N Y lit IT. TOPCOAT
i .if |)K F > S St IT IN TH K STÜIU!
2
2
.5 0
-
I
T h e
B o s t o n
C a f e
H tm J
2M
S . H a tltu tg lw i A ve.
119th r. a .
1 A
R
M
O
£
R
Y
DANCES
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
NIGHTS
excusing otlioer, l
student wilt be 1
<vM-sirnt.ui'. without an
r T h e regular system
,t o f charging Mie lati
rut* and tw o dollars .
k*
SOCIAL PLAN
L a d ie s U k
M e » «k*
4An Evening's
Dancing99
u
and
flaah
tbrb u fh
the
I
tape — a
Y ou can bet he a At* He look «
healthy, and h r '» healthy inaide
too N o man i « n have a ayatem
c lo g g ed with waate. and do hit heat
• i* .guiar rtadv •
,olirg#*
«
K ilth
H c lsu n u it''
I m i M u* « I *«•
N « M UM*
I I I W. N kktgw . V * .
THE CHANTICLEER ORCHESTRA
^ y W W W V W W W W V W W W V W W . V W - W » W W V W W W V .* .*
u in n er.
Creek
¡ . . d r K e l l e g k‘i
o i l , Pep H r «»
FUkea. ► • Krtqiwi.k'hifi
g iu m b l » e n d K ril'.igg
Ski
■> a Note WkrAt I. •
Kefee Ma* » <■'
jffee the» »«U
ou aleap
<
K e llo g g 's A L L -B R A N , a pure
wholeaom e careal, it guaranteed to
prevent con itip ation . T w o table«
«p o o n fu lt e day are enough A L L
d e lic io u t v*»th m ilb or
KH AN
ream , m ixed w ith other cerea l*, or
with fru it or buney addad. Aeh
that it be »erved at your fr a t e r ­
n ity b o u se o r f a v o r i t e c a m p u t
DOWN
FI FTH
AV E N U E
restaur an!
A jiA V
! AU-BMN
A L L -B R A N
1 ?%}
Confident in the ««erectlie*» o f hie a ttire t h e « eerer
o f F r i e n d ly F i v e S h o e s
ste p s dow n th e A v e n u e .
M m turn to ad m ire h is
taste. And aa he notices a
window display o f « p e n »
aive shoes he sm iles, foe he
rem em bers the sa tisfa c ­
tion h e got aa he pocketed
five dollars change from *
ten ««hen h e bo ugh t the
«hues h e now hee an .
E a s y o n th e P u rs e !
One Half Pound Chocolate Bar
One Pound Peppermint Patties
One Pound Artful Chocolates
One Pound Mary I * Candy
One Half Pound Mary Lee Candy
Five Cent Bars, .'I for
One Pound Peanut Bar
a
33C
49c
79c
70c
35c
10c
29c
c
V en. te e . t
, __
l o r r f t c . 1» ftKnri fo r
foe M m . V
A t uur {.M inin» >*ui « il l HnH served i n i l e n n s a n i» r > <*«>
and In it itlvasinu m anner thv fi.ll« » in«
n MIHI SO U A
hut
s i n i» a b
HIUIW N COW
( IM H O l. YTK W .M iT K Il
T O A S t K I* SA .N O W K »IKS
H ll.a SH A KM S
■ h e « >nu the atm
r t iM d u n » »
ruiXiB
FRIENDLY
FIVE
SHOES
* 5
Save With Safety at Your UexaH Store
io a t
"I^ IM U I|'l>
THE RICHMAN BROS. CO.
_
For the Regular Price of One Hour
ia hccking -’Sc
Tin
-len i petlUofi whic
member?
m ake ptwouble ai awfC.sMuent o
par m em ber
It mmu .' th a l 4‘25
being lined (o r not
■i e i a » of .V?5 .o
iximmniitig ' heir -hare «>l ' I k * J*Hop
< «’ wi .it «-ui rot'uu lia » to o ile r
nuca' tn qu*
Profeasor David
M. M syn ard ° f |
Geneva. S w itzerland, will give the fifth
Internationa I R elation * lecture in the
horticultural lectiure room at 8 :00 p
m on M ondav, M arch 31 T h e subject
of his lecture will be
International
O rganization
the turn . .
ia lo tlie
fou r men tid e by aide.
u t*.ft snmrttuug
$
is tannt
p stowed
A fte r plough-
Attention
PROF. MAYNARD TO DWt I
StoieB to
WORLD RttiTIONS T A 1 K 1 ( ¿ ¡ j
O nr o f ihem w ill pull ahead
C C I
•Iu q u a l:!'
Kiil Money
agcr o f the yearbook
niial payment w tll
.ubseriptions. » ’ill be taken.
1 aso copies »011 be printed, and m
ih e ^
over 1.500 have already been.
-poken for. indications are thal the
rem ainder ».111 readily be subscribed
«a r d where the bells are tip p in g about
with delightful abandon
‘H ie open roadster is com ing into
it own
Those iong-suffertng individual.s who travelled to .formal*, in them
ail w inter and arrived at parties f r o « n
sfIfT are at last beginning to appreciate
the little old bus
A ll things together
produce an insatiable desire to travel.
T 'f w r who. from choice or necessity,
do stay home spend their waking
moments on the from .porch or hang*
ing out the upstairs windows
eek o ff and a cry•rganized coneeni tlie (a ie alona
b a lm y w e a t h e r
; uood .m entions
Sv
Bakery
THERE IS NO
SATISFACTORY SUBSTITUTE
FOR QUALITY . .
TROTH
j
[ c a m p u s fo ru m
W h y doc* !lM J-H op hai«* to be M sh
a •'htgh-torow" .tHair*»
O f couw *. a
thou 5Hnd dollars and m ore i-> no; -«»
much to |uiv for good music but when
right hundred more *»r les» 1» Ju-t 1**a%
mg (<»i an orchestra'» reputation, tlien
it >aenu> r a lla r foolixh
T h e decora■iuid must be talteeri »b ou t or tlie party
a
n
o
f
l
i
t
U
e
a
b
i
l
i
t
y
,
n b.V «
i- not a sutees». Ravora are met . But
•»! t h e
g r a d u a t e , a n d when liter* i- doubt about 'h e rebate
u i e n N u p o ^ j h i s o w n s k i l l jr. left-o ver* a* there muat be in the
And
K d m a t i o n w i l l n o t W o r k juturt* m odification seem* wise
m l d e t e r m i n e d o p e r a t o r - . d fa v o r » » n to sorve their purpow. ix thaos one* that will n*a bum are best
I l ¡f. granted iha* out J Hup ucteet* dal
fjot cost a* much »** m previous >eai>
A n d our blanket 'a x l* l e » tlian t l » '
of n ilM r tlv* ‘' l a » oí 25 or 2.
P er­
i o n nftj.it tat ' f i t s a m i
it a i» we have "im proved? Per imps the
i „ 4" o f “J2 ran im prove much m ore in
I Rl AM i » t m
m aking, th e J-H op » reaaoiiable party
209 M A C Avenue
o n e that the * iaa-t can wholly -upport
(brarr t . CljUlt
(fa ir
garden, seed -o
;n n ialw. propaga
^ dv pgrenniais
care o f lawns,
care
_of |f fertili
,am
disea.'»*"
HP ... garden, flower
-----At 'this t m e he . i r u ^ . ^
be due. and i u » range
P ■ rn «u and nut culture
Mttar
Rutinew Manager
m t iv c j o b s .
M a n y art*
(in . ni\(! t h n s e in tin
n front t*(l w i t h t h is p r n b l t m .
f colli *Fr»
«»
PAM
W* r T K R
IO C
Ipring term regi.-tration day »oh be
■ last opportunity students »all have e»
o ivn u iY . •»- n g “0
* l« Onertncr
• !» » * w
udm
to A
b u fin e » m »n - gartwn'
S lA B iA Y ENTER
, ,
c
^
N4TWIAL CONTEST Students Search for Sporting .
—
Goods as Sunny Spring A m
w ns-
•
ani**H K '• in
•
for the home gardner
inytructlon in constructing o f riw ;■
' S
care o f house plshts. th e hwr
W ith Ann Is only
m g need lor n Utt I
Advertiainc
fr a a i« . S. C. St*4aat.
trstlon -tarin g us
My.— . Geo. Tlwota».
YA i
comes the prevailii
•DI Fish
• -b. :
M ieh iggn s m le college in »y enter the -nm.-li ih e p r o v e «
193» Niitlonftl In tercollegiate o ra to ric a l to atomcontest on the constitution. T n e m - . rh r, biggest pr ‘
O K D E l: C M A M M T H —
pulrv was received by tl»e contest h ead­
to l e where
,j W1. a n . R o t n ary. W e w o u ld no1 havfl quarters from Robert Reams, a M id i those g o lf ■sticks Uiignn S tate freshm an
nig th rou gf f=ev<*r
u s. lju t o u r a l l o t t e d t i t n e h a n r f lh h ih I w n
P Caspar H a rw v . the director o
snors. discard
Inriffd. Il maV: be time thal »IWI w ith m *«' contest, announced 'h is week that n ^ m ,num oth er tl
had already received en lriee and h ( „ nd. Mone c ias,
qulriee from » 2 rollcgea and unlverr. - 1)0 t n c e oI o fi,re
|t u , to ^
rifTice* havh endeavored m put the* new t ie . m 3 » dUIerrnt sta le« He a l«o ahtu m ake the paper* it ftnancia! sHjcce»«* nounced that the en trle. dose M arch m , mul<1 „ by
25. and that an entry ^ h »ch
w hile returning tlv
fluiM s t<» ih«»Ht* w ho w ill take o u t places postmark later, tlran M arch t„ t
; ¡ u■ thal
lw(c,,,.
respo n sibilitie s unci ublijrations w hich tint he adm itted to the com petition bul
M l i-ommunlcaUoh.- roniTrm nu Ur ■ # m ln tth
The
rhe.v w ill find not a position o f glo ry* contest should br -cm to U b .rt> . M r
,w ,
remai:
T h e wide range o f Uve 'ntereal lit the nondewJ1
.irtick
>dncss to those w ho put them in office,
1 P30 ixintesl 1» shown by tlie [act thal
th m oi'
»ntl <»f service to th eir college. In the inquiries have already boelt received
ion. they m ust co n sid e r a lso that other Hoar Y ale. H arvard. Dartm outh, and
C ornell th d ie east, from the U h iv e r «ideed, but w ho nervtid well and w ho lost i* v o f Florida. Alabama, and T ex a s m
j,. follow ers, he had h is am b itio n s and t ii* sou th fro m M orthw w tcrn and tlw
H» hit*
UniveraitN of MinneMita m Uw nbrth
[is defeat is no disgrace, it is a victory and fttuti S ta n ford and the Universitv wi
courage to run an d to lose. A n d it is «it Oregon m tlw mom
n
Colleges und utrtwraitiea » « • « « not a ‘
:»!\k t o tu b a h ig h degree that he m ay
cl
loose
tlictr
reprceentatlvee
until
Apr
o f his ideas.
tl i/ a t ii
i and he w ho lo st. we retiring r> T h e regional and state contest» her in
W Í
will *ater place ApnJ. 2A-May Si the tiocci
u
gh their loyal help o u r w ork .»•vcn zone contests wltl Take p|8CC May
Th
lend to them o u r th a n k s and to
30 and tlie natioiial f lira I ewn*
aju
»oft. M a y they co ntinue from D v( at boa Au gtles will be June 19
when*
th
e grand
prize*, w ill 'o ta l
f hi gh p u rp o se and w ith great sueVi iNHJ
jo tM L s / \ <n i:
W it h
n m m Y U H M i s a s s * V r K “«-r.
ON REaSTRSTWN DAY
lnten»lle«Mte Ora»#ri«al Caate.1
Caaaattec R m m v m lacairy
House
rrulatMti M an acer
TH E O L D
S i r s of the club. *W»h ¿ '^ „ T D e X h l a n d . " M r naeurmc:
roanaeed and operated »V ' ‘odon'8
po
thl, country only w o '
cooperation with the college author! raw ^ therefore aWe -o mre a .hand impression of trie
'"r.„ Thi.rsdav niah' Russell Brelnln«. good first Ht-s address givrn etttrr«.
On Thursday m* _
steward by Germany.
Treverton. Pa... »a* eiccueu v.
_ German was a fine " P ” 1' 11"*
m
the senior employes of the club
the members of the >ociet
cced Baur who is a member of tin»
year's graduating class An assiriant
steward. Dennis McGuire. Atma^ »as SHORT COURSE IS FLA W E D
also elected at ’hat time Both BremFOR LAST WEEK 1 » «ARCH
ina and McGuire have had eonsidir
able experience in club managemen
are
nnlslMd tlv ln g »
«ipertn ttiiden l.s tMU « « * •
®W“ '
o f th l» course » « to « ¡ J »
in th e veriotu plume* o í fenntiut in
clndlna soils, poultry, horses, sw tno sad
horticulture to superintendents o f instltuttons.
•
C o l l e g e
l l t t X a » U tiw r t K ls a r
D
r u g
C o .
I P WeeL G rand R iver
W u tiim ilu » U r .
Social Interest Flickers as End
of Winter Quarter Draws Near MUSIC
SOCIETY
HONORS 2 4 IREN
S EbeFf o r e V / ^ r f S Z S r 8
"tV tT*
in fo r m a l d a n c e ,,f « h , „ a ti„ „ ai Y e l l o T D o g
^ le ty
w
f t o
Art the Stala Today and S d n A r
CO-ED IB A T E R S
TO M M DCASr
■■■<? TT,*v
• *»
"***1 Alpha Epailon Mn Initiate at For­
Women’s Squad'te “ Go on the Air”
fro n WLW Neat.Friday; Is
Unusnul Procedure.
X e n
o n S a t u r d a y e v e n in g ,n th e I n i o n l»a lli'o o m
4 te r la , ^ , .
M o o n o r c h e s t r a o f A n n A r b o r w ill p la v f o r d a n o in g
G ln ie r
mal Banquet at Hotel
Ttflnday Night.
Ida
by the com mi (toe.
Alpha Epsilon Mu. national honorary
music fratern ity, form ally initiated 23
new members and one honorary Tu es­
day night. M arch 18. at the H otel Olds
in the ballroom of the Hotel Olds. The a t 6:30 p. m.
Ambassadors, an Ann Arbor orchestra,
T h e giving o f the ritual was followed
''i l l play fo r the dancing.
Leather by a banquet in the dtning room for
bridge sets decorated with the seal of the entire organization and the hon­
the fraternity, will be given as favors, orary members. .Bruce Fayerweather
and the programs will be of blue cellu­ acted in the capacity o f toastmaster
loid. Patrons for the a ffair are to be Th e welcom e to the now men was given
Captain and Mrs. c R Cha*e. Prof. by John Stenburg and the response for
and Mrs C. S Dunford. and Capt and the initiates was made by G len n Larke.
Mrs S. G Blanton
A large number of
T h e remainder o f the progrpm was*
alumni are expected fo r the partv.
presented in a round table discussion
by th e charter and honorary members
Ottly two open houses will be held P rof A rthur Farwell. Fred Killeen, and
this Week-end
T h e Herm lan society S ecretary H H Huiiaday represented
will entertain on Pridav evening. M the honorary men with short talks.
S. C Playboys will play fo r the danc­
The new men are:
ing
The Union Literary society will
W J . Porter. J . S. .W oodm an S. A .
hold a house dance Saturday evening
Lauzen. G R Larke. L. H G regg. A H
Valentine. L. E. Bales. C H Huber E
T h e Landscape club held their regu­
Potts. D. Marshall, R. F Bennett H
lar term banquet on Thursday evening
A. Stephens, R K Knight H J Biers.
m *!u> Union
Clm k L Brody of the
H. W Edwards. R K Ruaaell. T A.
S late Board of Agriculture was the
Garland, F J Howell. F J G rieve. O.
speaker of the evening.
H Meldrum W H. Briggam. P C
Brown, and Fred Killeen. d irector of
Am ong other functions o f the week­ the Men's G lee club, who was the on ly'
end w ill be the form al dinner and the .honorary member to be taken,
Mu Eta Omioron form al reception T h e 1
W A. A. dinner will i>e held in the.
Unioni on Friday evening at which a
large number of ¡a m ity, members and
guests will be present. T h e Mu Eta
1Omicrnn reception, in honor of Louis
1G rg v feure. will lie given at the home of
Pres, and Mrs R S. Shaw on SafTTtri day evening.
<ve
e rr a
he d
1 iffe
■
v e lrl o
wt dsop«e c0ie
#s tho ef
c, o
an
nd
a tthe
da
an
nc
ce
es
s a-r
r e. n a m ed a t t e rw ,th
th e 1d
en
njgs.
P a t r o n s f o r th e p a r t y a r e :
I ’ re s. a n d M rs . R o tie rt S. S h a w ]
S ec. a n d M r s . H . II . H u lla d a y !
C o l. a n d M r s . E . . f . D a vis, M r.
a n d M r s . V . (!. G a r d n e r . D ean
a n d M r s . I. P . C o x , D ean and
M r s . G . W . B la se 11, D ean and
M r s . W . G ilt n e r , D ea n a n d M rs.
K- A B e s s e y , a n d D e a n a n d M r s
K. H . R y d e r .
T h e com m ittee - in charge of arrangements fo r the Y ellow Dog partv a le .
M r J. Sbeedy P rof L C Emmons. Mr.
& M acK ich an . Prof. H R Pettigrove.
P r o f R. C. Huston. M r -S YV Lam b;M i*.
B T cnny. and M r r h Ackley.
T h e Phi Delta fraternity will hold its
nrmal dinner dance Saturday evening
BERATERS WIN
LAST HOME T I T
G o G rad e A
t o u r is t th ird
c a b in . . .
LE V IA TH A N
Th is mmmoii. Iiruiid new TouriM
I tnrdl -abili on the I,K\ I \ TH A A ,
l< * r W * l-ir:«*‘ l Sit Ij*... I lie e o li re
«•rettml tdbiniiM igiii'ij |o "Touri**!
1 ItirtP*.. . all it« Im-.nit im ! pulii»*
riMitns ami ilalrnNm m . . . its r|cgAiit.ojM-n ti|i|M-r ilei I» -ni 1.11 hall
%»1«i< It ÿ m » um a l o l l —Mrep ol
the ***3... *l‘ « harouogrho-lrrril
-mokuig Ita li... il- \.ol ••prit ami
rin'!*•»«*«! «I*'« k - for play atiii.proiH*
• n.«*le« ; . . ItiMirirti und -pin-inii—
»-<•-•> r x .m iiM g form er 'i.nnl.u-«}*
fo r riti- claw. Srconil ( la-», a- a
rlas-. alM.Imhed . . . nrw ToiiriU
f hinl I -duo • " r . I " ( . rade \ ami
i Im- U :\ IA T H \ N ilo- on li liner,
to o A n this |M*rr|r<* rating ! M ike
haslc in hooking this new Invio
I .o«i- « avofi thr mi
litn la v
A v e rt«* .In-ilmur;,: and SmuiI mim |m
I-mi. Ilali s Iom .
The
Brides c 1u b ol
1930 held
their sgnii-m onthly meeting Wednesciav afternoon at the home of Mrs D.
B Meyers in the Plym outh apartments
Th is ore.anizalion is 111 the form of a
sewing club and is sponsored by the
members o f the Faculty Polk club
Sim ilar societies an* organized each
year, membership being open to tin*
faculty brides The club meets the first
and third Wednesday ,of each month
Mrs. F, A Collins is president o f the
dub
DEBATESQUAD
WILL GO WEST
To Participate in Pi Kappa Delta
Convention at Wichita Dur­
ing Sprint Vacation.
ad will
ebatin
Mfchtgnn .stale
» trip
lose ,i succesnflti
n tiie mit loi ml Pi Kappa Delta eon veil
it»n at W ichilu. K a lis »*, during pm u
-»cation
Ih e men taking the tu p an
OHtClAL FUIT Of U » CQLiCOE
ALUMNI 08CANI7ATI0NS FOt
CUROM.AM TRAVEL
W illtiu i
lilc h a r
. to n
UNITED STATES
LINES
I U . Itrair. (ii'itera l Agent
U t « H ash, til'd
Ih
erwt '
Detroit. Mieli
e p t in
prati.
'31
E»*t
Lauaing
H ub In 11.son. is K»*t Lam lrig
aid CarrôJl, *30. Si. John*,
en will turi Thursday morn
i-li 27 (ielMititig iioyciln ulU
iat evening, taking M w affirm
nd un I lie usual question, lie
hat tie nattons should adop
>; I om iiletc disarmarne id <
lie*
GOING HOME SPRING VAt .VTlON?
(I«»n’t forget
h iU io r
l i e l i g l t i i t i l Ito x e fl
Y t v ih c r Itr o ifie r .
S b te r
at Owosso.
The M 8. 0 men debaters won the
last home debate o f a long and streit*
nous srasoiv last (light when they rlefça led •< picked traveling team from
W estern Reserve university <>i C leve­
land. T h e debate was held before a
large and enthusiastie audience in the
new Itigli .ch<*ol .it Owosso.
lit e .indent body has everv reason to
'i*el mu tilled with the result* '»• the
.‘■■pason
T h e team won . six m id lost
one meet inr audience decision* -«iid lost
fou r mid won two bv erm e judge d iv i­
sions T h e reinaihthg five déliâtes were
non-decision áíTam
During the season * the oreen and
itv
wl
W eslei
Purdu
TH E M AR Y STEW AR T SHOP
•i rong
.. Man
Albion and one
No* decision
l.i with Detroit
ivet, Iowa a ta lr
ale
¡el Uowlie.s
Ra> W«
and
E tn fl P oa ch .
A n amMtioua schedule has been arnine with a debate tonight at the Little
T lieatcr. when the U niversity of C in­
cinnati sends a teem hare» and ending
with a trip to th e Phi Kappa Delta
convention at W ichita. Kansas, during
spring vacation
T w o co-ed*. M U * P a t t e r s o n and Mias
Pascli. will m ake the trip, prepared to
take eith er the affirm a tive o r negative
side o f the disarm am ent question
i.IN K O F KI R » H O K K H S I
A ll I’ riee*
¡
E LANSING DRY GOODS ;
Langrock Clothes
Langrnck Clothes
See Our New
‘cc/.u /'rarn
r/ae/ v fis e - S U r r w p M o n t * W u e d/Ki /.uoe I ' e e t
■ 'M ^ m c r / ir o s P ro d u c tio n
Spartan Special
PROMINENT COEDS ARE PANHELLEMGCOUNCIL TO
SELECTEDFOR CONTEST CHANGE RUSHING RULES
Mueli interest Is being .'roused m the
beauty contest being rondneted by T h e
W olverine, rumpus aiim i
Tw o mor»*
candidates fo r the tttk‘ 'i the most
beau:i ol .j»i on the campu> have lieen
selected and w h ffi the 15 co-eds have
b«en chosen 'p e d a l photographs will
oe sent to James Montcumery KUigg.
eminent Mew York arust. for final
selection
Those chosen this week are
Beryl K Abbey. Haiti*1 Creek. Oht)
V irginia Raiser. Lansing.
Miss Abbey is house manager of- tlie
riietufan sorority, was *>n the 1030 JHop and Union opera comtii)ttees. is »
niGthbei' of the P a n Hellenic rou n d!
and <»n 'I*«' com m ittee a rranging fo r the
round I ball, has Item a d n *-in drnmnttr
productions sponsored b\ Plieta Alpha
Phi and hail a part in 1029 Union pro­
duction
She is a junior student in
the physical education d l'io o n
M i's Kaiser, iainsing. Is * member of
Uro Alphian sorority. She was sponsor
fo r the artillery division oi the H O
T T last year and wg
eeretary ’**f
tic* ophoninre class in 1-929 Hh«* is
captain 01 the co-ed rifle team,Ta active
.oi athletic», especially iu-ld hockey,
and i* .* member, of the Phii-tipllenie
council sh e is
senior in 'the Liberal
An.-- d n u ton and graduat' d from Lati*
King h ig h .school m 1926
nt
ie K ey. honora
e entertained
. m House "i* We*
' i. igeine
ollege
T h e Panhellenic Congre.s> has an*,
nounced- a change in ‘'rUAhing'’ regula­
tions oil M ichigan .Stale campus. 'TIus
new ruling wldeh provides fo r nine'
"rushing" dates instead of eight as ili I
previous years will fib in to ■effect next,
lull.
The extra will be the Htmdny
al tri nonn before general l egist ration
week.
At this tim e »11 the freshman girls
will be invited to visit, as many o f the
sorority Itousos as thev wish. Ill tins
way tlie sororities will meet m ore co­
eds 1 1tan they |M>.ssibly could just
through personal acquaiutaiices and
recommendations, and in t ie h good
m aterial that might otherwise be over­
looked will lie found.. _On. the other
hand, the girls w ill have » chance to
get a ffiort* general idea of the com*
p a ra tivi tVJies of .sororities than they
would by attending lour or live houses
on “ bids '
¿v.
n
C o lle g ia t e
F lo w e r
Sh op
S 4 J IT A T
$ 3 9 .5 0
T O P C O A T A T - $ 3 5 .0 0
L e w is B ro s . C o lle g e S h o p
Home of Lunnrock Fitto Clothes
IX
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TH E
71 i : t \
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i
211
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liv I * d u iiiliia .
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tin - •I j i i « m -< » I |miii- o l l«»\ i r »im i * r
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lim i ilo « ir cord rifjlft n on i, and
t h e s e « • • iiip fiiiio n i i u n iU - i- . i i h i . . .
COLLEGE PLA Y E R S
A P P E A R IN L A N S IN G
Civic League Presentation, “ Cap­
tain Applejack" Has State
Theapian in Cast.
Iterortl An. 21 I3*|l. I •
A i v i H a i . ah - l l n i - i '
¿Thr liu u t Ifo ffò
é ltu p
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I h m I h e * \»o. Hi.iii Simla
(from M o Io m i P o l o « « -
:
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t hiitttlK Hot'ihou
T ill. D m (¿ in i .
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l»«*n H l i B
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m ilU itíon
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4 A lien
imi!
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: he Eastern High
M r n ifla
even nr;
.imUtorhi
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gtiiiiZHt ion
lla\** Voor O nlei Early.1
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A lp h a
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Alls) IM I M \M> till III A<
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station.
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FOR PRIVILEGE OF SOUTHERN
TRIP DURING SPRING RECESS
STATE THINCLADS
TO MEET CHICAGO
Coach Young’* Men to Tackle
Chicago Univerihy for
CM ck Kob, Undecided •• ¡ T w h i A l s P l . y e r , Will be Cbcen for
Jaunt Into Dixie Steftinf Merch 29; Spartan Nine to
Travel 1,800 Milei, Piny Seven Gamei.
First Time.
Mil.
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w n -K M il) »1 1 h
meet at Chkaud with Chicago miiv.
sii y This K the first of two meet«
be held between the two schools, t
p O M l ’ K T IT IO N for position* on the vni-sity ^ n n 'ln
return
engagemeht being scheduled
t
that Coach John Kohs ia very much undecided as g uh.tl
lake place here in 1931.
men w ill make the early southern tram,nK trt| during s|.mn
Chicago has a .strong well-balan<
team this year, with a few stars
vacation The Spartan nine w ill play seven ironies g | thr IH
brilliance Among them
m ile trip to he made hy motorhus and either 16 or I? P |W rl'H exceptional
East.’ a sprinter, who defeated Toll
w ill m a k e the trip The parly will leave Saturday, March 2(1.
to-holder of the world's record in t
ik T p it c h e r three outfielders. six Intlel.lers and two ea.ehers hundred vard dash in a dual meet "
w ill comprise the party to make the southern iau.it
M e m Mirtilsan rem itty Another r. 1.',
nil let’, who won the event at
• un
I,attics are t.einy waged for every Pa«itlon Whtch is vety grnH fj, J anoe
Relays last Saturday
iliR to the Spartan diamond mentor despite the ta il that hi W
For State. Captain Brown wt
spending: much o f his time at­
tempting: to decide who w ilU
make the trip. He renli7.es that
much better playing: will result
from the keen competition foil
jobs as first, string players.
*****
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depended upon in the tw o mile, with
Steim le running with him. Fullerton
w ill run th e m ile Swanson the half,
and Salm on the quarter
In th e 50
yard dash, Russow and Voelker will
represent th e O r f d i and W h ite
Russell. Yarger. and Russow w ill be
State's entries in the hurdles, and are
conceded an excellent chance to place
Cole BaVless. and Russell w ill high
lump DllV w ill throw ’ he shot, and the
nole vault w ill be nbly represented by
Olsen and Field
and R oger G rove,
since Chicago is notoriously weak in
the- event, and there is a chance for a
-.lam for the SpUtt an«be run. the di-But one relay *
of Chicago's 147
met being tight
men running loi
ii ii lap track.
Voelker.
Salmon
tate will be R u ­
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a r e H e r e A g a in
T h e«* pprtnif
«re ha|>|iy days— oitt-of-
itocir.-, WiilkfW. .•tthlpilv R tiv tile s, kits of fun.
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fatjk «lylldfi mul focl-haJIJlv.
T ry on
nf Oiu new \\ AI.K -O VKU S nli«l « w »hnt
mehu. T h vv’li ;¡<snn'e you hnpgy ilfl.V'%
nd Russell
Ph. Fd . 29. i
i in the Muskoi
Vti^hel finished
!;<> B S degree
; term but re-reg
term lor grariur
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FROSH RUNNERS
BEAT WESLEYAN
IN UNIQUE MEET
‘ "Jum bo" K nhi.
.Johnny Lnngnnn
C h arlie Griffin. P o le Brose. Olson. Bui*
loch and Bchltng are holding the up­
per hand In the race lor positions on
the S la te pitching siiiff. Langdob ha*
h«>en showing fa ir form in enrl.v drills 'Compare Results of Competition
and G riffin . n sophomore LdUthpnw
vhows much promise . K n lil ami Brose
by Telegraph After Running
th e latter a sophomore. Will get plenty
in Home Gymnasiums.
o l chance to piny, i f early season j»erform ance is any indication
T r a il In Harness
••Jabber" Barnard. Jim Hoyden and
K eith B yrne nre the tnosf promising
prospects fo r the catcher's Job, With
the flw t tw o m entioned holding u littlp Spartan Yearlings Win, 601.' to
rdgf
Any o f these three candidates
381-j; Cop Five First* for
nre capable o f w orking behind the pinto
in a credible manner.
Easy Victory.
M ax Crn 11 and Brritenwischcr are
battlin g fo r th e Job at first bos«’ , with
the form er holding the advantage o f j M ichigan S ta te ’s yearlin g tracksters
greater experience.
¡em erged with a decisive victory over
T h ere Is a heated contest for every jQ jjjn w eslayn n freshman U n w in d s in
po ition in th e in field
•Chum " C»»tli- j t |1#, telegraph ic ltnck and field meet
b f it s o n a n d F reddy Danztger are tig h t-j
Saturday: the final score being
ing fo r th e second base position, i g n , ^ ;iH:
T h e various evonlfc wore
Johnny M adonna and Mneauley are
np p, (h o respective gymhaslums
both putting fo rth their best efforts in „ „ p tp,. rosiffl com pared by telegraph
• • «««•pt
'i ♦«»
« i n ihotr
v o r ' g p n|.|,m thlnelads secured five firsts
nn -attem
to «gain
th eir ennrh's
coach's fa
favor
fo r the fh ort stop Job and Vincent eigh t second», ahd seven third plnces to
Pevlc and " K i " Knisel appear abotu win by n spectacular m argin
oven in th eir race for the third base
Liberty, local lirst year tnnn. was the
ouPtnnding star o f the meet, breaking
position.
Veterans In Gardens
tw o local freshm an indoor track records
A veteran outfield w ill lie available, to secure high point honor* for the local
arc to
forcing
the
but newcomers nre
m ng m
e «letter
P w - j trackmen. T h e lanky freshman stepped
jmv hurdles In tin* record breaking
men to work hnrd. C aptain Al Bachs
••pop"
arn er and Frn ie- Gibbs
will„ be* |Jmr oi
,,i„i the high hurdles
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ready fo r service
with
Gross, van
P atten and 'Cham berlain all ready to
sum mar
step tn w henever one o f the veterans
falters
Olbbs is also d prospective re ­
lict hurler
T h e Spartans w ill o|»en their south­
ern sensoti against M aryville college lh
O h io M onday. M arch 31. and will play
th e same diamond team th»* fnllowinr
day A long jum p 1» ahend ot t|ie State
baseball squad the night a fter the se<
obd gam e when they travel to Nash
viile. T e n n . to play a two-gam»: series
with Vanderbilt university Wednesday
and T h u isd a v
Friday a ill be devoted
to tra vellin g when the Bpartan journev
back to Ohio to meet H> Xnviet at
C incinnati Hntuidav and will i>* idle
Bunday. M onday the.v met”, the U n i­
versity o f C incinnati pine and Tueedav
Coach K obs men u*tl¡ windup their
LIBERTY IS STATE STAR
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in Oxford, O ■
TRIMOIRAS NOW LEAD IN
INTER FRATERNITY MEET
HU Bimantou. fflm olra . won tin hull
Tlmrsday night in tin* inicriiaternuv track meet, to put his team
Uw
lend by inrtH* poibta Second was Deal
tng Pi Kappa Phi; third. Ualbnch Trt
and fourth Peter.-, t' L*lt
mt»u .
esults ol the 220 yard dnsji
Th
lav night Were as follows
Wed.
I,u. firxu Baiba ch. Tvlmolra.
B ree:
,n. and Schauhei iJitnbda
)ha placed third and fourth
night tin? mile will I»** held ami
Fri
( f the linn Is on Saturday
•
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tenuMiu
In the 40*yard daafi llunis Saturday
Thomasnv.i ;ric Bloom, l.ambd • Chi
Clark. Pin Tuu; and Haiin Ktuwiman
will compete
In the lligh hurdle«
Kchau. Eunumlan Rho, B A V Pmmo, Kunomuiu and Doerr Hesjietinn
have qualified While IB the low Br«-»-n
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