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February 19, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WED

of Kansas Women's Ath- circus on April 1 for all women i that
tion is planning to give a university.
An Appointment With The

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INTERCLASS REPRESENTATIVES
MUST REPORT AT GYM TODAY
Interclass basketball, of which Dr.
May is to have charge, will be start-
ed in the very near future. Dr. May
stated that there would be a meeting
of the class basketball managers or
representatives in his office at 5
o'clock today.
It is highly important that all class-
es desiring to enter the tournament
have their representatives there at
that time as all arrangements will be
made then.
"If a class does not send a repre-
sentative," said Dr. May, "it will be as-
sumed that they have no interest in
the proposition. They will not be al-
lowed to enter later as the schedule
will have to be made out immediate-
Students read The Daily,--Adv.

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your own SPENDING MONEY. phone. Address DOLLARS, care of
your spare time into DOLLARS. Daily.-Adv.

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TODAY
4:15-Prof. A. G. Canfield will address
the Cercle Francais on'""L'ancien
Theatre Francais."
7:00-Commerce club meets in room
102 Economics building.
7:00--The Varsity band will hold reg-
ular rehearsal at the School of
Music.
7:34 -Meeting of the Student Cath-
olic club in K. C. lodge rooms, Div-
ision and Huron streets.
7:30-Eastern Star initiation in the
Masonic temple, corner of Huron
and Main streets. There will be
dancing after the initiation.
U-NOTICES
Time for submitting orations for the
Northern Oratorical league contests
has been extended from Saturday,
Feb. 15, to Saturady, Feb. 22.
Photographs of the cathedrals of
France are on exhibit daily from 2
to 5 o'clock in Alumni Memorial
hall."-
Prof. F. B. Roth is ill with the grippe
and will not be able to meet any of
his classes until next week.
The lecture in Economics 1, will be
given in room 348, Engineering
building.
Te lecture in Economics ?, will be
given in room 101, Economics
building.
There will be a Washington's birth-
day party at 8 o'clock next Friday
evening in Harris hall, Huron and
State streets.
Tryouts for the junior girls' play
should come any time from 3 to 6
o'clock today to Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall prepared to read or write.
gell hall prepared to read or recite.
HOSPITAL WANTS
WOMEN TO TUTOR

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TAKE photographs of campus functions
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SUPPLY you with 200 small Ann Arbor
views for your M book
DEVELOP and print your films--leave
them at
713 E. UNIVERSITY AVE. or
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.CKETS $2.50, $3.50 $4 $5 (with $3 Festival Coupon $4.50, $5, $5 50, $6)
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Girls who ar.e able to tutor or to
tell stories to children are wanted at
the University hospital.
Fifty-three girls worked at the hos-
pital during the month of January.
They gave, in all, 304 hours to this
service. The work was somewhat up-
set by examinations, but it is now
being taken up again and more ex-
tensive plans are being made by the
social service committees of the
Women's league and the Y. W. C. A.
Girls who are interested should
call Miss Hulda Bancroft at ;arbour
gymnasium for further information.
UNIVERSITY FORESTRY FARM
RENAMED "SAGINAW FOREST"
The name of the University of
Michigan forestry farm has been
changed to Saginaw Forest according
to Prof. Leigh J. Young of the for-
estry department. This change was
recently made by the Board of Re-
gents owing to the fact that Mr. Ar-
thur Hill of Saginaw bequeathed the
land to the University.
Experimental work is carried on
by the classes in forestry on this land
under the supervision of the forestry
department. Good results have been
attained as is shown by data com-
piled, comparing the growth of trees
grown by scientific methods with trees
which receive little or no attention.
ENROLLMENT DEMANDS THREE
ADDED RHETORIC SECTIONS
Owing to a great' increase in the
number of students electing course I
in Rhetoric, three new classes have
been formed. The full schedule s as
follows: T. Th. S. at 8, Mr. Schnei-
der; M. W. F. at 1, Mr. Carson; M.
W. F. at 2, Mr. Eich; M. W. F. at 3,
Mr. Langworthy. All of these sec-
tions will meet in room 202 West
hall.
CHICAGO BISHOP WILL SPEAK
IN MARTIN LOUD LECTURES
Thomas Nicholson, bishop of the
Chicago area of the Methodist Episco-
pal church, will speak at 7:30 o'clock
Sunday, Feb. 23, at the First Meth-
odist church in the Martin Loud lec-
ture series given under the auspices
of the Wesleyan Guild. The subject
of Bishop Nicholson's talk will be
"The Church in the Life of the Na-
tion."
Acquaint Women with Wine Clause
Mr. N. C. Fetter of the University
Y. M. ;C. A. board has charge of the
organization of the dry forces of
Washtenaw and Jackson counties. It
is their aim to urge the women to
register and to acquaint them with
the nature of the "Beer and Wine
amendment." They hope in that way
to again carry the day at the next
elections.
Sophomores at the University of
Kansas will give their annual soph
hop on March 14 in Robinson gym-
nasium.

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BOARD OF DIRECTORS

CHAS. E. IHISCOCK WM. D. HARRIMAN
WALTER C. MACK CARL F. BRAUN
EMORY E. LELAND

M. J. FRITZ
WM. L. WALZ

OFFICERS
CHAS. E. HISCOCK, Chairman of the Board MICHAEL J. FRITZ, President
W. D. HARRIMAN, Vice-President, CARL F. Braun, Vice-President. Wm. L, WALZ, Cashier
JOHN C. FRITZ, Asst. Cashier ALFRED F. STAEB, Asst. Cashier, ROY C. HISCOCK
Main Office Northeast Corner Main and Huron Streets
Branch Office 707 North University Avenue

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