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WHAT'S GOING ON
mrsday, April 24th
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7:30-Cerele Francals meeting in Cer-
$:00-Professor Johnston speaks atj
meeting of Forestry club in the club
rooms in Science building.
4:15-Dean Effinger speaks on "Nos
Intimes," the last of Cerce Francais
lectures, in room 203 Tappan hall.
7:00-0. 0. Stanchfield speaks in Lane
7:00-Varsity band practice in Uni-
versity School of Music.
7:80 - Meeting , of Interfraternity
league in New Union.
The band will meet in front of U hall
at 3:30 to play for the swing-out.
Wear caps, puttees, and blouses, but
Those Interested in starting an Aero
club see Prof. F. W. Pawlowski, 333
Meeting of the Gargoyle editorial and
art staffs and try-outs for May issue
at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
at the Gargoyle office, Press build-
The banquet planned for Fort Sheri-
dan officers has been indefinitely
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7:30 - Adelphi meeting, fourth floor
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Professor Trueblood's class in Shake-
spearian Reading will give a public
recital of the play, Hamlet, this
evening at 8 o'clock in U-hall. Ad-
mission is free and the public are
requested to be in their places by
8 or before.
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DIREOTOR HARRISON SELECTS
VARSITY GLEE CLUB PERSONNEL
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L. A. Lundquist, '19; W. L. Fuller,
20E; S. B. Daume, '20L; R. L. Mc-
Cutcheon, '21L; W. F. Pellow, '20L;
P. R. Wilson, '21; C. 0. Barton, '20E;
A. S. Brock, '19E; R. E. Carrick, '19E;
W. H. Dorrance, Jr, '19E; C. E. Hardy,
'19E; C. S. Lawton, '19E; A. C. Mar-
winski, '20E; and D. A. McCallum.
Several more names are being con-
sidered by the eligibility committee,
and they may be added to the club's
list if they are passed. A few fresh-
men have been allowed to participate
by special permission.
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of the greatest arguments invoked by
the antagonists of college athletics
is that too few are represented. If
intercollegiate athletics were to de-
pend for their justification upon the
physical development of those efgag-
ed, they would have to be abandoned.
The mass system is the most propit-
ious step in the right direction. The
very nature of the plan recalls the
methods used in the great schools of
England and France. Very much im-
portance in these institutions is at-
tached to the spirit and rivalry in the
games and meets, and the finest good
sportmanship is thus effected on the
part of those engaged.
Under Dr. May, with an enthusiastic
band of class managers much can be
anticipated from these efforts. In ev-
ery school where the system has been
given a trial, it has resulted in perm..
anent adoption, And from the reports
of all concerned in a school as large
as Michigan, it is prophesied that not
only will it stimulate spirit in college
affairs, and bring many good men to
the notice of the Varsity coaches, but
will prove of great benefit in matters
of health and exercise, and result in
a well warranted success.
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AT HOSPI TAL
Novelties in Tailored Suits, Gowns
materials, newest models, newest
Little white cots and wheel chairs
could not dampen the Easter spirit of
the children in the Palmer ward of
the University hospital Sunday morn-
In spite of the fact that other Eas-
ters they had romped around 'their
own homes and searched the odd nooks
and corners for the Easter bunny; they
enjoyed to the full extent the egg
hunt in the hospital ward. One little
boy with his leg in a cruel cast manip-
ulated his wheel chair with such skill
that he joyfully exclaimed, "I've found
There were flowers, too, from the bo-
tanical gardens and from individuals
who came to entertain the children in
With Easter in the air and sun-
shine outside it was) a gala day and
as one little, pale child said, "My,
everybody is glad today."
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REGENT LUCIUS L. HUBBARD
ARRIVES FOR BOARD MEETING
Regent Lucius L. Hubbard, of
Houghton, arrived in Ann Arbor Mon-
day and will remain here for the next
Board of Regents' meeting, which will
will be held Friday.,
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