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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1919.

I!Prof. E. H. Kraus was general chair- MICHIGAN wINS
Ii BCH PASSES man of the drive which was conductedIW
along lines similar to Red Cross and FROM IOWA, 8-
IN WODD[ O.flf Liberty Loan campaigns,(Continued from Page One)
opening date by two WHA S GOING ON Michigan
word-id capagnI _________ON___Play noe POS. AB.. R. H.
world-wide___campaign________.......................s.5 1 3
aged by the Methodist Cooper...............f. 3 0 2
ise $105,000,000 in five Bowerman.... ....f.r~f 3 1 1
al church brought their 4:00--Regular Girls' Glee club in Bar- Garrett .............. 2b. 5 1 2
e with their quota over- bour gymnasium. Huber ,.. ......... . .... c. 3 0 0
May 12. 4:15-Prof. W. L. Badger will lecture Karpus ..............3b. 5 1 1
ense sum, $40,000,000 is on "The Problems and the Equip- Froemke ............1b. 5 0 1
to foreign mission work, ment of the Evaporator Laboratory" Langenhan .......... c.f. 2 1 0
home nlission work, and before the University branch of the Van Boven ...........l.f. 2 1 1
ir war reconstruction American Chemical society members Parks..... ........p. 4 2 2
aited States and Europe. in room 105 Chemistry building._
e Home Mission society 7:00--Meeting of fraternity stewards Totals . . ................37 8 13
rojects for the training in Union. Plans for co-operative
adership that is further- buying will be discussed.
f churches in education- 7:15--Athena Literary society meets 1wa
tax supported ones es- in the Webster room of Law build- lr . . . . .B. 4 0
ta upre nse-Brown ..............l.f. 4 0 1
budget of $2,694,450 is ing. b 4.
7:30-W. S. Davis lectures on "The Goodwin............2b. 4 0 1
its work alone. Out of Rubber Industry" in room 151 Elred ................s.s 3 0 1
ie -project In Ann Arbor Chemistry building. Hamilton ............ p., 4 0 0
expenditure of $100,000., _
Li' divete o as-00 7:30-Meeting of Adelphi on fourth Crawford. . . . . . . . c.f. 4 1 1
097. teraisedyear- floor U-hall. Election of officers will Mclree.......... ..3
year-eld Cockshoot..........lb. 3 0 0
ears. This quota was Belding . r.f. 1 0 0
ised to $8,500, and when TOMORROW Olson............t.,..c. 2 0 0
closed,, $9,131.70 had 8:00-Commerce club meets at Delta Irish ................ r.f. 2 0 0
d. for trip to Detroit factories.-
the University students 4:00-Baseball game between fresh Totals .................. 31 1 4
iarp, byn the a,.nni4n ofn andI a h c n. A, rvn~falAd

and student conduct and morals in
the several schools and colleges; and
will it is hoped, develop a truer Uni-
versity spirit in the student body to
replace the narrower college spirit
now prevailing.
"3. It will render possible a closer
and more sympathetic study and ad-
ministration of student organizations
than is possible under our present
system.
"4. It will provide the medium of
personal contact between the Presi-
dent and Senate of the University and
the student body through the individ-
ual male student which has long been
provided for the women of the Uni-
versity with such .admirable results.
"5. It will promote the direction of
student sentiment toward higher acad-
emic standards and a nearer approxi-
mation of the aims of 'college life' to
the ideals of University education."
COMEDY CLUB
(In 35th Year)
PUTS ON
"GREEN
STOCKINGS"
WHITNEY
Thurs, May 22,8:15 P.M.
Reserved Seats at
Wahr's and Graham's

Summer fMllinery Display
at the Parlors of
STEVENS & PERSHING
lvhere you ivill allvay find the up-to-the-minute styles.

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Two base hit, Van Boven; three
base hits, Knode, Garrett, Crawford;
home run, Karpus; stolen bases,
Knode, Bowerman; base on balls,
Parks 2, Hamilton 4; hits off Parks
4, Hamilton 13; struck out by Parks
10, Hamilton 6.
PLAN PROPOSED BY UNIVERSITY
SENATE TO HAVE DEAN OF MEN
(Continued from Page One)
tee only as an officer or member of an
organization.
"Such a mode of relationship and
contact in an institution founded upon
democratic ideals is, to say the least,
unfortunate, for it is manifest to the
eye of experience that the individual
who merges his identity in an organi-
zation insofar loses his responsiveness
to the appeal of human sympathy and
reasonableness. As John Smith a stu-
dent can be reached by a Senate offi-
cial: as Editor of The Daily or Man-
ager of the Comedy club, he becomes
an impersonal embodiment of a sys-
tem of traditions and prejudices which
may be totally at variance with his
better nature, but which,;nevertheless,
he jealously and stubbornly upholds.
It is hopeless to expect a thoroughly
successful administration of student
life from a system of control that ad-
mits of contact only between com-
mittees of the faculty and student or-
ganizations.
"It is with this principle in mind,
and, further, in the conviction that the
years following the great war are
likely .to prove a critical time in the
.growth of the University that this com-
mittee recommends the creation of the
office of Dean of Men. The need of
such an official has already been felt
by the state universities to which we
are nearest akin, namely, Wisconsin,
Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa. The gain
to accrue to our academic life from
the appointment of a Dean of Men may
be roughly indicated under the fol-
lowing heads:
"1. It will relieve the deans of the
several schools and colleges of a
large part of the burden of detailed
work with students leaving them freer
to exercise their functions as deans
of the faculties. Many other members
of the Senate who ge much time to
administrative work will be similarly
relieved.
"2. It will conduce to uniformity
of policy in the matters of discipline
U-NOTICES
Band Bounce tickets go on sale today
at Graham's and Wahr's book stores.

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