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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1920.

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All-Campus Election Nominees

Following is the list of the nominees of the various campus organ-
izations. who will be voted on at the All-campus election, Wednes-
day, May 12.
MICHIGAN UNION
President-Ferdinand C. Bell, '21L: Paul W. Eaton. '21 (by petition);
David A. Forbes, '22L (b4 petition); Robert Grindley, '21E; Fred

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Recording Secretary--Donald J. Porter, '21;, John A. Stewart, '21.
Law Vice-President-Abe J. Cohn, '21L; Thurman B. Doyle, '21L.
Engineering Vice-President--Richard 0. Fischer, '21E; George H.-'
Roderick, '21E; Guy S. Shoemaker, '21E.
Medic Vice-President-Harry B. McCallum, '21X; Ralph 0. Rychenei,
'22M.
Literary Vice-President-C. Stewart Baxter, '21; John Mcsanis, '21;
Gratton L. Rourke, '21.? \A
Combined Departments Vice-President-Lester H. French, '2111; Wil-
liam E. Hirchgessner, '20P; Marion D. Slaughter, '22D.
PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL
Le Grand A. Gaines, '21E; Frank-L. Walters, '21L.

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COUNCILIlSSUES
BALLOTING RULES
All Men Entitled to Vote for Union
General Officers; Councilmen
to Superintend
POLLS TO BE OPEN FROM 8:45
TO 3:45 O'CLOCK WEDNESDAY
Complete voting instructions were
issued yesterday by the Student couon-
cil committee in charge of tomorrow's
All-campus election, in order that
there may be no confuison on the part
of the voters in indicating their wish-
es o the long ballot.
All men are entitled to vote for the
Union general offilcers and for the
Union vice-presidents from their re-
spective departments. Men and wom-
en ma'y vote for the president of the
Student council, for student counciil-

Ylichigamtua Rope
Day To'e ayi;
The date of the Michigamua Rope
day, on which a number of the pale-
facek on the campus will become mem-
hers of Michigazi's only Indian tribe,
has been set for Thursday, May 13.

PLANS COMPI
FOR SPHRI6C
FRIDAY, SAl

Breaking an.old custom of the tribe,
but. one initiation will be held this
year. It has been customary in the
pasty to have one Rope day, on which
10 palefaces were taken into the se-
nior honorary society and then have
another initiation a few weeks later.
Elaborate plans have been made by
the tribe to make the initiation one
of the most impressive ever held on
the campus. The Indian braves will
ride on Indian ponies to the wigwams'
of the palefaces and take them to the
campus, where Indian ceremonies will
be held.

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WEIGHNG IN FOR TUG-01
WILL START FRIDAY 1
GYMNASIUM
FRESHMEN TO HOLD
MEET THIS AFTERN
Rope Contest to Replace Cane
This Year;, Number of Entr
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STUDENT COUNCILMAN AT LARGE'
(Two to be elected),

Nominated by the Union-Dewey F. Fagerburg, '22L.
Nominated by Student Council-'Robert J. Dunne, '22; Angus Goetz,
122M.
Nominated by Y. 1W. C. A.-James K. Pollock, Jr., '22L; Lee 1. Wood-
ruiff, '21.
ENGI(EERS' AND ARCHITECTS' HONOR COMMITTEE
Junior Engineers-E. A. Kerbey, '21E; J. H. Pillkington, '21E.
Sophomore Engineers-Edward J. Elliott,-'22E; Robert C. Vail, '22F.
Freshman Engineers-J. E. Johns,1 '23E; L. W. Kirkpatrick, '23E.
Junior Architects-H. A. Beam, '21A; L. S. Martz, '21.
Sophomore Architects-R. H. Ainsworth, '22A; J. J. Zimmerman, '21A.

o Neophytes To
Go Over Desert

utical ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION -
fc 'President-J. W. Hindes. '21: James K. Pollock, '22L; .C. li. Young-
of thejohn, '22.
cities VIce-iesident-Winefred Biethan, '21; Earle Miles ,'21; Preston H.
war- Scott, '22.
ategic Treasurer-Leon E. Grubaugh, '22; Roy E. Lounsbury, '22; William
today. H. Messinger, '21.
Secretary-Euphemia Carnahan, '22; Olive N. Smith, '21.
mnit/ed Delegates at Large-(Eight to be elected).-Gladys R. Boughton, '22;
con- Earl F. Boell, '21; Carl G. Brandt, '221; Leland Galt, '22; Car.
rtain. olyn F. Hayes, '21; Aurelia M. Igel, '21; Helen M. Middleswart,
atting '22; Edward T. Bamsdell, '23; Telford M. Rygh, '21; Donald Scott,
order '22; Margaret R. Stone, '22; William Wachs, '21.; Harold H. Warn.
's es- er, '21; Dovid A. Watts, '21.
ists. STUDENT COUNCILME1
Cruz,
exico Junior Engineers-Laurence E. Frost, '21E; Clarence N. Johnston,
3reb- '21E: Frederick R. Storrer, '21E; Calvin G. Wetzel, '21E.
Cruz Junior Its-Joseph A. Avery, '21; Earl F. Boxell, '21; Fitzhugh L.
Brewer, '21; George Duffield, '21; Harcourt' Johnston, '21; Edg
right 'ward S. Kingsford, '21; Donald J. Thorp, '21.
right Sophomore Engineers-Edmund H. Fox, '22E; George E. Gregory,
nt if 122E.
Sophomore Lits-C. Maurice Atkinson, '22; Charles H. Murchison, '22;
Thornton W. Sargent, '22; Renaud Sherwood, '22; H. E. Wilson,
'22.
Junior Laws-Gerald A. Herrick, '211L; Oscar A. Kaufman, '211.
RE Sophomore Dents-Robert W. Christie, '22D; John H. Hutchins, '22D.
Junior Medics-William M. German, '21M; Eugene A. O.sius, '21M.
Junior Architects-Howard H.,Battin, '21A; l. V. Gay, '21A.
rsity Junior Homoeops-Howard H. Harpst, '21H; Richard Penzotti, '21H.,
r of Junior Pharmies-Byron Swift, '21P; Elmer J. Traut, '21P.
Fresh Laws-John C. Cary, '22L; Irving A. Jennings, '22L.
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men at large, for the Oratorical asso-
ciation officers, and on the question of
using Hill auditorium for political
speeches under proper regulation.
Restricted Voting
In the lit, law, and eng Zieering de-
partments, all students will vote for
the Student councilmen from their
respective classes and departments,
while thle dents, pharmics, medics, and
homoeops vote on the candidates from
their respective schoolsiregardless of
class. In these- last named schools
freshmen on the campus are not on-
titled to vote.
,Members of the Students' Christian
association will register choice on the
candidates for that organization's of-
ficers, and all men belonging to any
Christian sect or group are qualified
to vote. The vice-president from each
denomination will be named by the
members from that denomination.
Engineering Society Ballot

Drag out the old "jo'fry" of the
days of yore and hunt up the map of
Africa. At t'he place where the .letter
"S"-that sizzling starter for the ward
Sahara-is inscribed, 10 neophytes,
will be dropped this afternoon to be-
gin their journey across the dunes
of the desert. .
Though battered by sand storms and
withered' by white-hot winds, they
must plodtheir way to their goal, for
getful of blistered feet and burning
thirst. Uninfiu~nced by the mirages cif
rest and comfort that will beset them,
they must go on and on and on, that
they may learn by physical suffering,
and mental agony of the whims and ca-
prices of the god of the desert.
A carvan-in the shape of a motor
truck-will meet the 10 and carry
them ontie last lap of the journey,
lest they expire before theyrhave at-
tained their end, that wondrous spot
where they may be revivified by the
cooling draughts of knowledge from
the lips of the Sphinx.
By way of recuperation, the 10 as-
pirants for wisdom will be banqueted
this evening at the Union, where Prof.
3. A. Hildner will congratulate them
on their safe arrival from the perils
of thedesert.

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STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.
President-C. Stewart Baxter, '21; Ros'Well P. Dillon, '21E.
Vice-Presidents--Baptist: Guy S. Shoemaker, '1E; Gale L. Wessing-
er, '21E.
Congregational: Laurence E. Frost, '21E; Clarence
N. Johnson, '21E.'
Disciple:. Alan F. King, ep-'20E; Roswell B. Shurts,
'21E.
Episcopal: William F. Angell, '21; Le Grand A.
Gaines, Jr., '21E.
Lutheran: Oswald Mieiielmann, '22; Herbert F. Von'
E wegen, '21P.
Methodist: Leon E. Grubaugh, '22; Charles B..Steg-
ner, '22L.
Presbyterian: Chesser M. Qampbell, '21; Donald J.
Porters '21.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION
(Tlo be ratified.)
Prof. R. W. Bunting, Mrs, M. L. Burton, Prof. J. L. R. Brumm, Regis-
trar A. G. Hall, Prof. W. C. Head, Prof. J. F. Shepard.,
ENGINEERING SOCIETY
President-C. N. Johnston, '21E; S. N. Lawson, '21E.
Vice-President-H. N. Anderson, '20E; L. A. Gaines, '21E.
Secretary-M. B. Covell, '21E; F. R. Storrer, '21E.
Treasurer-R. P. Dillon, '21E; M. E. McGowan] '21E.
ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY'
President-J. C. Goodeyne, '21A; J. I.Swanson, '22A..
Vice-President-H. S. Booth,,'22A; A. W. Lifekham, '22A.
Secretary-W. K. RinAge, '22A; A. A. Roemer, '21A.
Treasurer-J. J. Esterheld, '22A; J. J. Zimmerman, '21A.

Engineers, irrespective of class, are
to vote onbthe new constitution of they
Engineering society.
Polls will be open from 8:45 o'clock1
Wednesday morning until 3:45 ''clock'
in the afternoon, and booths are to be
located in the following places: Uni-
versity hall, Engineering building,
Law building, Medical building, Chem-
istry building, Arc itectural building,,
drafting room, and a double booth in
front of the Library. In case of in-
clement weather, outside booths will
be moved inside the 'nearest building.
Registration Slip 1Regiured
Each voter will be required to sign;
a registration slip showing his name,
class, and -department. '
Members of the Student council will
superintend the voting and the Lount-
ing of ballots will be done by them or-
under their immediate supervision.
In order to minimize any tendency
for voters to follow class or depart-
ment lines, the Student council has de-
cided to omit this information from
the ballot.
UNION MEETING TO
BE HELD TOMORROW
The annual meeting of the Michigan
Union, open to all members, will be
held at 8 o'clock Wednesday night in
the Union assemblyhall.
This meeting is .provided for by the
constitution and 800 members are nec-
essary for a quorum.
Besides the transaction of business
the results of the All-campus elec-
tions 1ill be announced at this time.
Carl T. Hogan, '20E, president of the
Union, will preside.
DIXIE CLUB WILL ELECT
1920-21 OFFICERS TONIGHT

Plans for the annual Spring gar
which include the tug-of-war next
1day afternoon and the obstaclet
and rope contest Saturday morn
have been completed.
The preparations will start with
freshmen pep meeting at 5 o'cl
this afternoon in the West physics
tdre roonm. The sophomores will n1
at 5 o'clock Thursday at the sE
place to prepare for avenging the
feat of last fall.
Engineers to Speak
Knight Mirrielees,.'20E, and Rosv
Dillon, '21E, have been secured to
dress the yearling meeting. The fre
man captains and lieutenants i
meet at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon
the third floor of the Union to ree
necessary instructions regarding
games, while the sophomore ofli
are to convene at 4:15 o'clock at
same place.
Weighing-in Starts Today
Weighing-in for the tug-of-war
also start today. Both freshmen ;
sophomores will be weighed in dt N
terman gymnasium between the ho
of 10 to 12 and 1 to b'o'clock toe
'and Wednesday. Three teams of
men each will be selected on each s
and the names of the men chosen v
be announced i -Thursday's , pax
The lightweight teams will be selec
from men weighing uider 135, midd
weight from 135 to 160, and hea
weight from the men weighing o
160.
Freshmen will meet in front of
Library and sophomores a; the gy
nasium at 3:30 o'clodk Friday for
tug-of-war. They will march do
State street and up Carey street
the Wall street bridge, where the f1
pull will start at 4 o'clock.
Rope Contest New Game
At 9:15 o'clock Saturday morni
the sophomores will meet at Tapi
hall and the freshmen at the Libre
and will march to Ferry field. HE
the obstacle race, in which each m
must climb a 10-foot wall and era
through a barrel with the class be
ner, will be held. This year a ro
contest, similar to a contest held evE
year at the University of Pennsyl)
nia, will take the place of the ca
spree. Each contestant is given t
ropes two and one-half feet long w
which he is to tie his opponen
hands and feet. The contest will h
for 10 minutes and the side having I
fewest number of men tied wins.
The games this spring are to be pI
ed wth 'a set number on each si
and, for this reason, it is expect
that they will give a better idea
the relative strength of each of t
under-classes than the games last f,
in which the nmnber of the yearlin
played'so important a part.

Triales6 Will
Initiate Today'
Once again the Engineering arch-
way will receive its semi-annual
scrubbing. Today Triangles will ad-
mit 10 men into the honorary engi-
neering society, and the incoming
neophytes will open the'initiation cer-
emonies with the customary spring,
cleaning demonstration. }
All this because of a custom of this
ancient order of slide-rule artists that
the incoming, neophytes must be
taukht the appreciation and dignity
of both manual and mental labor.
Visions of huge paddles and newly
invented tortures have given the can-
didates more than ordinary cause for
perturbation,
Formal initiation and a banquet will
be held at the Union in the evening.
Prof. J C. Parker, of the electrical
engineering department, will be the
principal speaker.

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CHEM ENGINEERS TO HOLD
SMOKER THURSDAY NIGHT'
They're going up 'n smoke this1
Thursday night at the Union, are
the chem engineers. J. W. Kennedy,
'21E, president of the Chemical Eng-
ineering society expects men with a
hungry -look in their eyes and a taste

for music and good smokes to be on
hand to consume the doughnuts and
weeds from 7:30 o'clock on. A spec-
ial chem engineer band will furnish
the music. '
The speaker of the evening will be
Prof. W. D. Henderson, director of the
University extension service, who will
speak on "The Fifth Wheel." All
chgm engineers are invited to at-
tend.

Next year's officers of the Dixie club
will be elected at the meeting of the
club at 7:15 o'clock tonight at the Un-
ion and plans for the club's activities
next year will be discussed. At this
time a committee will be appointed to
superintend the welcoming of Dixie
students at the beginning of the fall
semester.
Plans for the spring dance are now
complete and everything is in readi-
ness for the festivities. ' Members of
the Kentucky club, are joining with
the Dixie club in an effort to make
the dance this year better than any of
previous years; "Sandy" Wilson's
band will furnish the music.

(Editor's Note-For th r purpose of
informing the student body of the
qualifications of the candidates for-
the various All-campus offices and the
work performed by them, The Daily
will run a brief summary of each can-
didate's activities while in school.
The elections will be held May 12.)
'This is the last of the candidates for
election on the All-campus ballot next
Wednesday. Today the candidates for
combined vice-president of the Union
and for president of the Student coun-
cil appear. ,
For Combined Vice-President
Lester H. French, '21H-J-Hop com-
mittee; membership and dance com-
mittes of the Union; class president,
1918-19; secretary, 1919-20; medical

M. A. in baseball, 1917; varsity bz
ball, 1920; varsity band, two yea
two years in the ambulance corps
Marian D. Slaughter, '22D - Fr
track; varsity, 1920; athletic X
gram; S. A. T. C.
For President of the Student Conu
LeGrand A. Gaines, '121E - Mi(
ganensian, 1917-18; advertising ma
ger of The Daily, 1918-19, 1919.
business manager-elect of The Da
carnival, Spotlight, and members
committees of the Union; Triang
Tau Beta Pi, Pi'Delta Epsilon; trE
lure of the Student council, 1919-
secretary-treasurer of the Engin
ing Honor committee; class se
tary, 1918-19; class vice-presid
1919-20.
Frank L. Walters, '21L-The in
mation on Walters could not be

reserve corps, two years.
William E. 'Kirchgessner,

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