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"Y" NOMINATING COMMIITTEE TO
ANNOUNCE SELECTIONS TODAY
A ppointments to the Cabinet for Next
Year May Be Published
Lewis C. Reimann, '17L, president
of the university Y. M. C. A. has an-
nounced the appointme'nt of the fol-
lowing nominating committees for the
departmental "Y's" which are to be
organized this year: lit college-G. P.
McMahon, '16, R. E. Flynn, '17 and I.
C. Johnson, :16; Law School-H. D.
Parker, '15L, Paul Thompson,
16'L and Paul Doherty, '15L;
engineering college-Paul Wagner,
'16E, Merle Doty, '18E and E. Judson,
'6E; Medical Schobl-George Curry,
'15M, Eugene McLenahan, 'M and
William Vis, '15M; dental college-A.
W. Kany, '15D, V. D. Gardner, '15D
and 0. J. Broodman, '15D.
These committees will report their
selections this afternoon, and the men
nominated will be voted on at the
time of the general Campus Election
The men elected as presidents of
these departmental units will be given
a place on the central cabinet of the
"Y" anti they will hold the rpk of a
vice-president of the main organiza-
An effort will also be made to have
the appointments to the Y. M. C. A.
cabinet for next year ready for publi-
cation in tomorrow's Daily.
BUSRA I CAMPAIGN
TO ENI) $1,000 SHORT
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can be educated to feel her responsi-
bility for the support of her represen-
tatives, as Yale and other of the large
colleges support similar missionary
projects, the success of the project
will be assured in the years'to come."
Although the committee is now offi-
cially discharged, pledges will con-
tinue to be received at the association
offices, and a number of the commit-
tee, who have had the canvass in
charge, have refused to stop work be-
fore every effort has been made to
raise the required amount.
SEVERAL APPOINTMENTS MADE
BY UNIVERSITY COMMITTEE
Members of the university appoint-
ment committee gave out 10 positions
during the last week, and from now on
.he committee will be kept busy with
graduates looking for appointments.
Practically ttll the appointments
wereoffered by the schools of the state
of Michigan. Those who received ap-
pointments are: Dorothy Peet, instrue-
tor of Gerntan and mathematics, Grand
Haven; Minerva Bowen, '15, principal,
Sebaning; Gertrude Davis, instructor
of sconce, Hart; J. Frank Smith, '05,
superintendent, Farmington; Alvalyn
Woodward, grad, assistant in zoolog[,
Vassar college; W. S. Walling, super-
intendent, Chelsea; Ada Inglis, '15, in-
structor in science,. Rockford; Harry
Lewis, '15, superintendent, East Lans-
ing; Josephine Sherzer, '15, instructor
of German, Highland Park; Harry
Pabst, instructor in science, Marshall.
NONE INJURED IN AUTO CRASH
Or. and )lrs. Vaughian and Prof. ien-
derson Participants in Collision
While automobiling in the vicinity
of Ypsilanti Sunday, Dean V. C.
Vughan. and. Mrs.. Vaughan
met with a head-on collision
with a motor car driven by Prof. W. L.
Henderson. No one was injured, but
the car of Dr. Vaughan was so badly
damaged that he was forced to aban-
dan it until a wrecking machine could
be secured. Although the fenders of
Professor Henderson's car were smash-
ed, he continued his trip to Detroit.
THE BIGGEST avid BEST
MON. APRIL 26
On The Nights Stage
Featuring Robert Edeson & W. S. Hart
in five parts and a special big Keystone
TUES. & WED. APRIL 27-28
with William Farnum and Kathlyn
THURS. ARIL 29
Featuring Orrin Jojnso-5 parts and
FRI. APRIL 30
Robert Hillards great success
FOOL THERE WAS
'rheda Bara and Edward Jose in 5 parts
SAT. MAY 1
with Edward Connelly and Bessie
Barriscale 5 parts and a special
SENIOR LITS WILL MEET TODAY
Determine Form Annual Class Memo-
rial Will Take
That the much-discussed memorial
question will be definitely settled, is.
expected when the senior lits meet in
Tappan hall at 4:00 o'clock this after-
The new plan 'topatternathe senior
gift after the Harvard class memo-
rials, will come up for the first time.
According to this scheme the $600
scholarship fund will be left as first
proposed, while pledges, payable 10
years hence, will provide a fund to
be used for the benefit of incoming
Class dues and money for the in-
vitations will be collected, and a per-
manent alumni committee elected.
WlCHIGAN EXPECTED TO LANI
HIGH IN CHESS TOURNAMENT
Universities of Chicago and Michi-
gan are expected to land first and see-
ond places, respectively, in the finals
of the chess and checker tournament
which is drawing to a close. Players
chosen from Lewis and Armour insti-
tutes will play in the remaining two
games. A Maroon player recently
succeeded in defeating F. G. Marshall,
formerly ranked as premier checker
and chess champion. The Wolverine
season will close June 1, after the
completion of the Harvard match.
COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY MAN
SPEAKS ON PEACE MOVEMENT
Leon Fraser, of Columbia universi-
ty, spoke briefly before the combined
Cosmopolitan and International Polity
clubs Sunday afternoon, on the ques-
tion of international peace.
"It is unquestioned that the major-
ity of people do not want war, and it
is the purpose of this peace movement.
to,determine how to rid the world of
it," said Mr. Fraser.
A discussion in which students from
widely separated lands took part fol-
lowed the lecture.
Make Preparations for May Concerts
Extensive preparations are being
made by the 'University Musical socie-
ty for the two choral concerts which
will be given during May Festival
week. The first of these will enlist
the services of 50 boys, while the sec-
ond will demand the aid of a large
children's chorus. In order to make
the voices of the chorus more effect-
ive, the stage seats have been raised
Announce Marriage of M.C.Eaton, '13P
Announcement has just been made
of the marriage of Melvin Carr Eaton,
'13P, to Miss Ethel Lucile Jewel, at
Norwich, New York. Eaton is man-
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PALMER AND TAPPING CHOSEN
MICHIGAN GOLF CLUB LEA1)ER
Conditions for Play Same as During
Last Year; Two Tournamients
to Be Held
Edwin -B. Palmer, '17, was elected
president, and T. Hawley Tapping,
'16L, was re-elected secretary-treasur-
er of the University of Michigan Golf
club at a meeting held yesterday. Pal-
mer was the winner of the se(ond
flight in last year's tournament. These
officers will hold office until the close
of the college year in June.
The club has entered into an agree-
ment with the Ann Arbor Golf and
Outing club, th3 scene of last year's
tourney, whereby practically the same
conditions a. ,.eld previously will be
in force again. The membershi c.
the club 'ii , ho"ever, be unlir fid
Two tournaments will be conducted,
with cups and other. awards going to
the winners and those who fill the
runner-up position. There is some
prospect of outside competition for
the club members. The membership
rolls will be filled out at a meeting of
the club at the Union, at 5:00 o'clock
tomorrow. Any student in the uni-
versity is eligible for membership.
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MIC1IOAN UTNION WILL HOLD
FEATURE DANCES TH.IS WEEK
Feature dapces booked at the Union
for the rest of the semester include
the Cotton Ball, on Friday night, the
Basket Ball, which will probably be
held Saturday night, and the Varsity
track dance, which will come later in
the season. Committees will be chos-
en from among campus stars for the
athletic affairs, and suitable features
will be arranged.
THr COCA-COLA' .Co.
kiluhsmn ubs t1 it;t4
grad., will be the
1ly meeting of the
"an branch of the
society which will
>ck this afternoon,
of the chemistry
nwald has select-
with Especial Re -
of TtungIten and
1\A ivTii]NU NViW flElA FOIt
72 HOURS I'U"blW G R.\IJU\TION
Stin-n ~ in 1 h uIriw Schoo1 must
eoa e 7 lhou'r work before gr'ad--
nation, accorolna to a recent an-
iloincenicnt Ut&m huun 1I must
have beeni :1j1re a n ~ Ielast
senierm of he'no er.
Camina .\lpha, gzdate seiintie c
s'ih'ty, saiit seli'l Peopliytes (ni their '
, last iiiolht. Altr L: initia"
tion, P rof. V. i-. ,Hunt, of the miner-
alogy depatmnent spoke on, 'Ti Sii]-
phur Deposlts in Sicily."
:IT P E IPlSSION TO P RESENT
"THE COUE.BACK" IN TOLEDOF
"The Cone-back," this year's Junior,
irls' play, will be presented in Toledo,.
0., May 15, the necessary permission
being granted by the senate council at
its meeting last night, This perform-
ance will be given under the auspices
of the association of Collegiate Alum-;
nae, and will constitute the only out-
of-town trip for this year's cast.
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