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February 27, 1912 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-02-27

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A freshman was severely injured
during the progress of a rush in the
medic building.
A song dealing with dissection-room
work, written by a junior medic, was
gaining considerable popularity.
FOIL ARTISTS NAME DATES
FOR' FENCING TOURNAMENTS
At a meeting last night, the Fencers'
club set the dates for the remaining
tournaments of the year. On March 8
the usual junior tournament will take
place and this will be followed the next
week, March 1.5, by the annual novice
event in which only men are eligible
who have not fenced for more than a
year. The preliminaries for the final
senior events in duelling sword, sabre
and foil have been set for the three
Fridays beginning March 22.
RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT BEGINS
ENTHUSIASTIC CAMPAIIGN HERE
The Men and Religion Forward
Movement commenced its campaign in
this city Sunday night. Dean A. C.
Peck, of Denver, spoke to a big mass
meeting at the Whitney theater and
Rev. J. Percival Huget, of ' Detroit,
gave an address to men at the Congre-
gational church.
Over five hundred men' attended a
banquet at the new. Armory last even-
ing, at which many visiting ministers
spoke. The main address was given
by Dean Peck on "The Imperial Need."
Bishop C. D. Williams, of Detroit,
Champlain E. H. Lougher, of Jackson,
J. A. Van Dis, of Kalamazoo, Rev. E.
B. Aller., of Toledo, and Judge Henry
Hurlburt, of Detroit, also spoke.
Rev. John Timothy Stone, of Chica-
go, will give the principal address at'
a mass meeting to be held this even-
ing at the Congregational church. A
student worker meeting will also be
held at 5:00 in McMillan hall, to which
all interested in the work are invited.

UNIVERSIY NOTICS
Tryouts for junior lit relay team,
this afternoon at 4.
Tryout for soph lit relay team, this
afternon 4:30 to 5:30.
Senior law relay tryouts, this after-
noon at 4:30.
Fresh lit class meeting, 4 o'clock
this, afternoon, Tappan hall.
Candidates for soph engineer relay
team meet at gym, 4 p. m. today.
Junior engineer relay tryouts this
afternoon after 3:15 gym class.
Graduate Receives Good Appointment,
Clarence Jay West, of the grad-
uate school, who has been engaged in
chemical research in the university,
has just received notice of his appoint-
ment to the Rockefeller Institute of
Medical Research, in New York City.

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UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Feb. 25.-Dr. J. Percival Hugit, New-
berry Hall, 6:30 p. m.
Feb. 26.-Fresh Engineer dinner at the
Union. ,
Feb. 26.-Orchestra Concert High
School Hall.
Feb. 27.-Soph Eng. -dinner at the Un-
ion, 5:30 p. m.
Feb. 27.-Commerce Club smoker at
the Unon 8 p. m.
Feb. 27.-Match 2, '13 lits vs. '12 lits,
in interclass basketball series, 7:00
p. m.
Feb. 27.-Match 3, '14 E vs. '15 E, 7:00
p. m.
Feb. 28.-Piano Historical recital,
High School Hall.
Feb. 28.-Match 4, '12 E vs. '13 E, in
interclass basketball series.
Feb. 28.-Match 5, '14 L vs. '14 Dent.
Feb. 29.-Soph Lit dinner at the Un-
ion at 5:30.
Feb. 29.-Soiree Dansante Barbour
gymnasium, 8 o'clock.
Feb. 29.-Basktball, Detroit Central vs.
A. A. H. S. at high school gym at 8,
p. .
Feb. 29.-Match 6, '13 L vs. '12 L.
March 1.-Soph Prom at New Armory,
8:30 p. m.

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pher and typewriter for full time 'till
June 30 or possibly later. Please
don't apply unless experienced, rap-
id and accurate. Shirley W. Smith,
Secretary University. 100-101-102
LOST
Lost-Paul E. Wirt fountain pen about
January 15. Initials L. S. F. Finder
please call 951-J or 900 S. State. Re-
ward. 101-102
Lost-A small sacred heart charm. Re-
ward. Call Hannon 494-L Bell.
102-103
Lost-On February 22, a Knight Tem-
plar charm set with small charm.
Return to Dr. 1. D. Morris, 405 E.
University or call 1838. Reward.
102-103
Best Strings and supplies for , all
Musical Instruments. Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 S.,Main St. 87 tf

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