td at south Ferry
lan-' 7 :04-Third freshnan hygiene lecture
get - in Natural Science auditorium by
en- Dr. Warren E. Forsythe for the
lay- studwnts who missed the regular'
sets afternoon lecture.
fles 7:80-Classical club meeting in room
will B, Memorial hall. Election of of-
the 7:30-New England club meets in
ddi- Lane hall. Nomination of officers
for the coming year.
lust 8:00-Meeting of the Christian Sci-
day ence society in Lane hall.
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but the committee is hoping for a
100 per cent report from every frater-
nity on the campus today.
Among the independents, team,
number 10, led by R. K. Corwin,
'21E, ranks first with a two day total
of $83. Second place goes to team
number 15, captained by Eugene
Lacy, '22, who turned in a total of
$79.25. Team 14 went into third
place when Sidney Sarasohn, '22, cap-
tain, reported the total of $72.25.
Team number 7, Al May, '22E, cap-
tain, turned in $66.,
Team number 7, captained by Al
May, reported the securing of two $5
subscriptions, which, with. one for
the same amount reported by Dwight
Joyce, '22, of team number 6, are the
highest individual gifts.
It is hoped by the Union officials
that the campus will 'come through
strong today in showing its appre-
ciation of President Harry B. Hutch-
ins, by supplementing the efforts of
the campaigners to .bring the drive
to* a successful conclusion. Student
solicitors are buckling down to the
serio'us business of the. campaign and
will spare no effort during this last
day of the drive.
Bowl" Now Dry
Agana, Guam, May 5.--"The Dev-
il's Punch Bofl," once the wettest
spot on the island of Guam, has gone
"The Devil's Punch Bowl," so nam-
ed by U. S. Marines serving here,
and a "wonder" always visited by
tourists, is a huge hole in the ground
20 feet across at top and bottom and
bulging in the center to 100 feet. It
is 160 feet deep and formerly always
held about 20 feet of water.
The water has completely left the
Change Park to Athletle Field
Burns park is being remodelled In-
to a recreational field.
Curbs and Gutters Completed
Curbs and gutters on East Univer-
sity avenue have been completed.
City Buys New Tractor
A new tractor has been purchased
by the city.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the beat of Ann Ar-
I11:80 A. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 8.8tt
Courteous and satlsfactor
TR.EATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account a large
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Surplus- $5,0041.00
Resource . . $4,000.000.(W
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University 4-4,
Ladies' Party Gowns a Specialty
nen club leaves
"cial car from
Fourth freshmen hygieneT ee.
in the Natural Science audi-
m by Dr. Warren E.. For-
a, for the students who missed
egular afternoon lecture.
Polonia Literary circle meets In,
elta On account of the University ruling
'heta that students cannot attend mid-
vhile week dances, Harold Covert has
delta postponed his party which was to
sday I have been given at the Michigan
the Union, Thursday, May 6, to Friday,
to 4 May 7, at the Armory.
Members of the Glee and Mandolin
ater- club trip will please leave their
lock, negatives at the office on Thursday
Beta between 2 and 3 o'clock.
rnm Art exhibition open daily from 2 to
5 o'clock at Memorial halle.
Varsity band meets in front of Uni.
- iersity hall in fulil uniforT for
IS Swing out at 3:30 o'clock shap.
SfThe following soph lits report this
- afternoon at 3 o'clock at south Fer-
ry field for the game with the jun-
"om- for lits: Frey, Wimbles, Vick, Hav-
iland, Fisclier, Chapman, Wolsson,
fact Henderson, Kresge, and all other
pe- soph lits with baseball ability.-
[Ich- W. G. Conlin, manager.
vith- The following graduates report at 3
vice- o'clock sharp today at south ferry
field for' class baseball game : Al-
len, Fleck, Massingale, Nowlen, 3.
JS. and C. Hickman, Walton Dubar,
Bonar, Kendall, Walton, Ten Hoor,
The junior lit baseball team will prac-
GE tice this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
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A GENUIN E REDUCTON SALE OF
rge of Petititons were presented at the
bigan- meeting of the Overseas club in the
ppear-- Union last night for signatureswhich
to would place Paul Eaton, '21, as a can-
ed at didate for the presidency of the
Tjnion. The club went solid for their
k ai- member.Th'ey also asked the co-ope-
give a ratio of the Marine Cdrps club.
ie an- Barbour gymnasium is to be the
w set scene of the Overseas club dance on
press- I the evening of May 15. All overseas
of the men are invited, including members
more of the Marine Corps club who served
overseas. Tickets for the dance will
be on sale at the next meeting of the
Ray 25 club, Tuesday night at the Union.
Sarah The club went on record as favor-
A. R., ing appropriate exercises on Decora-
25, at tion day for the members of the club
Peter- on Ferry field. The members of the
street. club will -be expected to appear in
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