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May 28, 1919 - Image 6

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THE MIC1GAN DAILYWEN

'MA X1 TAKES rFORTY
WO NEW, EBR
'orty-two members were initiated
>Sigma Xi, honorary scientific so-
,, at the annual Initiation and
iquet held Tuesday night in the
higan Union. The ceremonies start-
promptly at 7:30 o'clock and were
owed by a banquet.
.ter the banquet Prof. John F.
:pard concluded the program with
scture on "Applied Psychology and
War." In his talk Professor Shep-
spoke at length on the system used
the government In classification of
sonnel. He also spoke about the
'erant psychological tests employed
the government.
'ollowing is the list of initiates:
'culty- Edwin M. Baker, in-
actor in chemical engineering; Paul
Beaven, instructor in pediatrics;
iine E. Gurd, instructor in.,psychia-
;Clair Upthegrove, assistant pro-
or in chemical engineering.
graduates -- Jeanette .Armstrong,
ysacs) ; Ray V. Beshgetoor, (elec.
"); Wilber Brotherton, Jr., (bot-
);Wallace .E. Cake, (chem.); Frie-
Cobb, (botany) ; Jean Paul Cooley,
yysics) ; Robert L. Davis, (elec.
.) ; Wesley G. France, (chem.) ; Roy
senthal, (med. and surg.) ; Chas. H.
f itts, (psychology);, Harry E. Ham-
ad, (physics) ; Julia M. Hawkes,
tron.) ; Carl D. La Rue, (botany) ;
garet S.. Pengelly, (botany) ;
rles E. Sando, (botany) ; Ellen D.
Lulz, (botany) ; Erman 0.. Scott,
em.) ; Philip W. Shepard, (chem.
0;); G. F. Smith, (chem.) ; Earl G.
rdevant, (them.); Adolf F. Wen-
r, (chem. eng.) ;; Elmer H. Wirth,

(pharmacy).
Undergraduates -- David C. Bovee,
(mech. eng.); Clarence B. Campbell,
(mech. eng.) ; Casimir A. Domzalskl,
(med. and surgery) ; Roy W. Elliott,
(civil eng.) ; Harold E. Gladhill,
(chem.) ; Wesley C. Huff. (elec. eng.) ;
Nelson H. Huntley, (civil eug.) ;
Joseph' P. McFFarlen, (elec. eng.) ;
Margaret Miller, (med. and surgery) ;
Frank 0. Novy, (med. and surgery);
Robert L. Novy, (med. and surgery) ;
Edward L. Nugent, (mechan. eng.) ;
Sidney J. Shipman, (med. and sur-
gery) ; Henry Rich Thompson, (me-
chanical eng.) ; Charles T. Van Dusen,
(mechanical eng.) ; Peter Verschoor,
(elec. eng.).
IWHIAT 'SGOING ON
~l :0~---Swinnlng ractice Y. .
A. pool for all University men in-
tending to participate in the' swim'-
muing regatta the first "eel; of June.
4 :Q;«---3fi4Rhigan-No1rtD ' l"anichasi2bjdl
gaine at Ferry field.
7 :00(--Ilterfxn-teru!1. sle ward!s' Eol..
ing at Union.
7 :00--iicice c0,,r)Iueetsi r rni
104, Economics building.
7 :30-lice~ing of Y., M. C. . cabinet
at Lane hall.
7 :30 - Canadian club mieets in Un-
ion.
...30--Prof. A. H. Lovell talks to A.
L. B.E. in room 348, Engineering
building.
7 :33-fetn f e' wTz jr"u1gb%4611
in Lane hall
8:130-Sir Jo hnston Forbes-Ro bertsoni
in "lMasks and Faces" at Methodist
church.

WILL AWARD SILVER CUPS IN
DU~KND-FAST JORDAN, DEBATE
kNoth 'Teams Hiaving 1Debated Question
Several Times Insure Excellent
D~elivery
Prizes in the coming debate between
IDuad and East Jordan high schools,
'which will be held at 8 o'clock F'ri-
',a~y evening in Sarah' Caswell Angell
hall, will be two silver cops present-
ed by the University Oratorical asso-
clation. A large one goes to the team

1winning first place and a smaller one Schools in the upper peninsula weret Pridgeon, '20E, secondv~ice-presi-
for the side which secure* second unable to participate this year owing! dent, and W. L. Fuller, -'20N, secretary
honors. Both cups will be suitably to the extreme severity of the infiuousa and treasurer.
1engraved.; epidemic in that region. The installation of these now officers
The fact that the teams appearing; will take place at a banquet to be held
here Friday have debated the q,,,.- UNIVERSITY CRAFTSMEN HTOLD at 6 o'clock May 31 at the Masonic
tion which will be discussed, that of ELECTION OF CLUB OFFICERS Temple.
a minimum wage bill, not less than Atteanaleeto o h-rft- GtyurBs alyupisa
seven times each will guarantee thor- AthanulecioofeCfs- (Cushings.-Adv.
ough preparation and excellent doliv- !men of the University, held May 24 ____ ____
ery.' The contest Friday night is the at the Masonic Temple, C. C. Hyde, Mcia' ae o ihgnnsi
culmination of a series of iebates '18M ,was chosen president; S. L. Ken- IMcia' ae o ihgnf±U
among the 70 high schools in the 1 nedy, '20L, first vice-president; L.I --Ady.
IMichigan high school debating league i

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