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February 25, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

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RECTOR PREPARES CAMPAIN
OR NE W LIBERTY BOND ISSE
.Aberty Loan officials for Chicago
I the rest of the Seventh Federal
serve District issued statements on
turday warning the workers in the
ganization that nothing should be
emitted to delay the carrying out
the plans. for the flotation of the
tory Liberty Loan, which positive-
according to the secretary of the
asury, will be placed before the
ople not later than April 21.
Charles H. Schweppe, director of
a ,Victory Liberty Loan campaign,
de the following statement in his
peal to the workers and the pubs
'We don't know yet what means the
vernment will adopt to raise. the
)ney-whether through short-term
asury notes, or long term bonds,
t we do know that our job has been
t out for us, and that we must move
iftly and with greater vim and de-
*mination than eer before.
'The organization in this district
11 measure up to the highest expec-
ions, as in the past, and at the end
the campaign the district will have
ery reason to feel proud of its prac-
al patriotism."
vents an Electric Airplane Stabilizer
An airplane manufacturer has, it is
ported, invented a new type of elec-
c stabilizer for airplanes, which
asists of a pendulum swinging in a
uid bath and controlling the supply
current to a small propeller placed
st above the pilot's head.
CASH FOR
LIBERTY BONDS
David A. Killins & Sons
107 1St National Bank Bldg.
IS COMING
You don't need to
wait till the great tenor
gets here on his concert
tour.
.
You can hear him now
on the Victrola sing the
same selections he will
use in concert.
Then when you do go
to the Caruso concert
you'll be familiar with
the arias and enjoy them
ever so much more.
COME IN AND HEAR THE
CARUSO RECORDS
SC HAE ERIE

B DELEGATED TO MEET
OF STATE EDUCATORS

ASSOCIATION MERG6ER
FORMS COMMERCE CLUB

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PRESIDENT HARRY B. HUTCHINS]
UNABLE TO PRESIDE AT
BANQUET
Representatives of every school and
cllege in the state will be extended
invitations this year to attend the
Union league banquet to be given Wed-
nesday evening, Feb. 26, in 'Chicago,
where the department of superinten-
dents of the National Education asso-
ciation holds its mid-year meeting
this week.
At this department of the associa-
tion's conference which convenes
Monday and continues throughout the
week, the University will be repre-
sented by the following: Dean John R.
Effinger, Registrar Arthur G. Hall,
Profs. A. S. Whitney, C. 0. Davis, and
J. B. Edmonson, of the educational
department, Dean Myra B. Jordan,
Miss Grace Greenwood, social director
of Martha 'Cook residence, and Miss
Lucy E. Elliott, social director of New-
berry residence.
Wide Representation
The superintendent section of the
association meets at this time every
year, while the entire association
holds session in the summer. This
department which convenes this week
also consists of subsidiary meetings,
such as the college teachers of edu-
cation, of state universities, of normal
schools, and of landgrant colleges. Ed-
ucational institutions in every part of
the country will be represented, and
the work which is done is entirely ad-
ministrative.
Every Institution Invited
It has always been the custom for
the Union league in Chicago to give a
dinner for the University representa-
tives only, but this year the league has
invited members from every institution
in the state to attend. President Har-
ry B. Hutchins was asked to preside
at the banquet, but owing to the Board
of Regents' meeting Friday, Feb. 28, he
stated yesterday that it would be im-
possible for him to attend.
Music on Program
Mr. Theodore Harrison will also go
to Chicago and will have charge of
the musical program which is to be
given at the Michigan dinner.
Several members of the University
delegation together with Mr. H. Slau-
son, superintendent of the Ann Arbor
high school, left Sunday, the re-
mainder going the first part of the
week.
AT THE THEATERS
(Continued from Page Three)
ture "Vive La France," at the Orp-
heum, Tuesday.
She went to her native town in
France at the outbreak of the war
upon receiving word of the murder of
her family by the Huns. There she
encounters Jean Picard, a young man
who has been her leading man in New
York and who now was official cine-
matographer with the French forces.
Wounded he seeks refuge in an old
chateau which the Germans have also
used as a hiding place for Jenexieve,
whom they have captured. She es-
capes and goes to carry an import-
ant document for Jean, as he is
wounded so severely that she believes
him to be dying.
How she is suspected by the French
troops as being a traitor, and how
she clears herself form the basis of
this story.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
-Adv.

BANQUET AT UNION TO BOOM
NEW PLANS FOR CIVIC
IMPROVEMENT
"Teamwork."
That will be the watchword of the
New Chamber of Commerce, according
to the statementbofnRoscoe C. Boni-
steel, who has been active in this
movement ever since it was first dis-
cussed by the citizens of Ann Arbor.
And in order to further this growing
enthusiasm for teamwork a dinner
is being given Wednesday night at the
Michigan Union by the new associa-
tion.
The Ann Arbor Civic association
and the Ann Arbor Merchants' Credit
association merged into one body on
Feb. 7, and formed the nucleus for
a new organization known as the
New Chamber of Commerce. In this
way two organizations, both with wide
interests, have united in protecting
and advancing the best interests of
the city at large.
The program for Wednesday even-
ing will include many prominent men,
both locally .and nationally.
Many tickets have already been sold
for the dinner. Those who have not
yet purchased them are advised to do
so Monday or Tuesday at the latest,
as the committee on arrangements
would like to know how many guests
to prepare for. Tickets are on sale
at the Michigan Union, the price be-
ing 75 cets each.
Since this is the first Get togeth-
er" the new organization has really
had it is earnestly hoped by those
most interested that a large crowd
will be present. This organization is
a national institution. Its chief aim
is to meet the needs of Ann Arbor in
the best, most expedient way possi-
ble.
Members of the University faculty,
who are taking such a vital interest
in Ann Arbor's civic questions, are
particularly urged to attend the din-
ner Wednesday evening.
To take care of the guests, the Union
will be in need of 40 waiters. They are
requested to report to Mr. Donivan,
steward at the Union, some time Tues-
day.

WHAT'S .GOING ON
TODAY
4:15-University of Michigan section
of the American Chemical society
meets in room 151 of the Chemis-
try building. Prof. M. Gomberg will
speak on "Notes on Some Modern
Explosives."
4:30-Meeting of the Michiganeasian
business staff in room 1 of the Press
building.
7 :15-Athena literary society holds an
open meeting in Mason hall.
8:04-Senior society meets at the
Caryatid house at 602 Monroe
street.
TOMORROW
7:00-Officers of the Pennsylvania
club meet at the Michigan Union.
7:00-Skating carnival given by the
Luther league of the Zion church
at Weinberg's coliseum. Tickets may
be obtained from the committee.
U-NOTICES
Baseball candidates report to Coach
Lundgren Thursday in Waterman
gymnasium.
A vocational conference will be held
at 4 o'clock Thursday in Barbour
gymnasium.
Michigan's paper for Michigan men.
-Adv,
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