u. uJJ. I
lit baseball team reports
ptain at South Ferry field.
man band meets in Uni-
practice at Water-
orchestra rehearsal In the
sity 7:00-Meeting of the Soph lieutenants
Led for the spring games in the board
room of Lane hall.
Re- 7:00-Sixth make-up hygiene lecture
to in Natural Science auditorium.
gi 7:15-Dixie club members meet at Un-
ion for discussion of dance and for
as- election of officers for next year.
the 7:15-Meeting of the U. S. Marinef
10 Corps club in room316 of the'Union.
m' 7:30-Overseas club meets in room
will 316 of the Uniori
g to the
t part a
4:15-Prof. A. Feuillerat lectures An
Natural Scieneb auditorium.
7:15-Alplia Kappa Psi meets in room
306 of the Union.
7:30-Meeting of the Round-up club at
7:30 - Illustrated lecture, "Modern
Foundry Methods," by J. B. Weise in
room 348, Engineering building.
will please turn same in at' once at
the main desk at the Union.
Tickets for the Freshman frolic to be
held May 15 will be on sale at 'the
Union Tuesday, Thursday, and Fri-
day from 4 to 5.
(By Associated Press)
Washington, May 10. - President
Wilson's call to theDemocratic sen-
ators to carry the treaty ratification
issue into the campaign excited ad-
verse comment today from two mem-
bers of his own party, W. J. Bryan,
and Senator Reed and also Senator
Johnson of California, leader of,. the
'Republican irreconcilable treaty bat-
Senator Reed declared that such a
platform would mean for the Demo-
crats the loss of every state north of
the Mason and Dixson line and the
breakingsof "the solid South." Sena-
tor' Johnson said he, could respect the
President's consistent advocacy of un-
feserved ratification but had no re-
spept of men whose views shifted
"with the prevailing popular wind."
U. S. NEEDS NEW
"The greatest need of the country is
for a new American party, because
there is now no political party that
has' any principles that Americans
can deeply care about," asserted Mr.
Charles Zueblin, speaking on the top-
ic, "Why is a Party?" before the Uni-
versity Committee of 48 club, last eve-
ning in the Assembly hall of the Un-
Mr. Zueblin, who is one of the exec-
utives of the Committee of 48, outlined
the tentative platform of a new and
liberal political party. The party
seeks public ownership. of the chief
natural resources and utilities of the
country, the immediate and absolute
A ROSE by any other name
would smell as sWeet "-but
cigarettes of any other toba
The reason M'urads are de-
manded by thousands'of smokers
is that they -are made of 100%
pure Turkish tobacco-the world's
most. famous tobacco f
cigarettes-and so conceded.A
NGR01 4:15-Prof. A. Feuillerat, University
of Rennes, lectures in Natural Sci-
RIBUNE enc'e auditorium .
6:30-Dinner for members of the
Chilean Seventh and Eighth Divisions M.'N.
ye of the . M., room' 319 of the Union.
an Opera 7:00-ILen's Educational club meets in
Tribune room 325 of the Union.
role of 7:15,-Pontiac club meets at the
ation of . Union.
ing con- 7:30-Phi- Sigma society meets in
2 in Hill room 231 of the Natural Science
iparaiso, 7:30-Prof. W. 1). Henderson will.
-as a na- speak at a Chem engineers' smoker,
ather an to which all Chem engineerslare in-
That is Why -many inanufacturers
boast of even a dash of Turkish
S$tobacco in their brands.
It is true that "ordinary" cigarettes
cost a. trifle less. a
I ( lI $
U-NOTICES restoration of free speech, free pre
Tickets for the freshman engineer peaceable assembly, and all ci
spring dance will go on'sale for the rights guaranteed by the constituti
last time Monday-from 5 to 6 o'clock the right of labor to share in t
at,the Union. management of industry, and to a
Art exhibition open daily from 2 to ganize and bargain collectivi
5 o'clock at Memorial hall. through representatives of their ow
The district representative of the Fed choice.
eral board for vocational education
, will be in room 301, University hall, MENORAR SOCIETY DISCUSSES
Monday from 1:30 to 4 to consult PLANS FOR ELECTION MAY
all federal board students concern-
ing work in the Summer session. - Consideration of plans for the ele
All Glee and Mandolin club members tion of officers for next year we
will met at Randall's 'studio at discussed Sunday night at the mee
12:30, Thursday. Men will wear full ing of the Michigan Menorah socie
dress. " in Lane hall. Elections will be he
All men having receipt books or don- May 23, when the' society will co
or's book pages from President vene for the last time this year.
Photo by Rentschler
ALBERT A. STANLEY
Photo by Moffett
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