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May 07, 1912 - Image 1

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-05-07

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rawn from the race, owing to the
that he has a position for next
and will not return to college.
leaves the race between Mack
'12, and Edward G. Kemp, '12,
one will be nominated to take
er's place.'
:hitectural Society to Banquet.
University of Michigan Architec-
society will hold its fourth an-
banquet tomorrow night at the
gan Union. It will be in the
e of a farewell foi' Prof. Percy
vho has resigned from the univer-
n order to take up the practice

The address will consider current the d
aspects of the political'situation as it was
concerns equal suffrage and will be ward
presented from the view-point of an omor
American woman. Mrs. Hale will be that :
the guest of the Women's Suffrage ertin
League while in the city and will speak ty ra
under the auspices of that organiza- will
tion. ics le
Mrs. Hale, who is an accomplished to fil
advocate of the cause she represents,
will be heard in only five Michigan. Ta
cities, Detroit and Grand Rapids being L.
among the number. The speaker will Colle
give her Ann Arbor address in the fello'
high school auditorium, Friday even- '12, r
ing at 8 o'clock. A nominal fee of ten ies h
cents will be charged for admission. Zimn
physi
Girls Plan to Start Love Sets Soon, lege,
Preliminaries for the girls' tennis
tournaments will commence Monday,
May 13. All girls wishing to enter
should hand in their names at the ths
gymnasium before 6 o'clock on Satur- thises
day, May 11. ger's

of his profes:

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llinois state
leliver an il-
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of the engi-
The lecture
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STUDENT COUNCIL WILL MEET
IN SPECIAL SESSION TODAY.
A special meeting of the Student
Council will be held in the oratory
room of the north wing of University
hall this evening at :7 o'clock. Ar-
rangements will be made for the
spring contests. The meeting will be
open to the public.

Prof. Aubre:
second of the
tures of the 2
ation on "Pub
school auditori
Park design, ti
features and t
paths will. be

PROF.
A

ing society tonight.
be held in the west
room at 8 o'clock.

SCIENCE

LECTURE

BY

CLARENCE C. EATON, C.S.B.
Auspices of the Christian Science Society of the University of Michigan

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