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ANN -ARBOR,. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1920,

PRICE

amtpus Election Nominees

"Following is the list of the nomiinees' of the various campus organ
izaitions, who will bo voted on at the All-campus election. Wedne
(lay, May 12.
PreidntFerinndC.MICHIGAN UNION eton
PresdentFerinan C.Bell. '21L; Paul WV. Eaton. 'f1 (by p in
David 'A. Forbes, 122L (by petition) ; Robert Grindley, 121E; Fre
J. Petty,. '21.
Recording Secretary-Donald J..vPorter, '21; John A. Stewart, '21.
Law Vice-President-Abe 3. Cohn, 1211; Thurman B. Doyle, 1'21L.
Enigineering, Vice-President-Richard 0. Fischer,, '21E; George 1H
Roderick, 121E; Guy S. Shoemaker, 121E.
Redic Yice-Presdent-H~arry B. McCallum, '2121; Ralph 0l. Rychenei
'2211.
Literary ice-President-C. Stewart Baxter, '21; John Mc~anls, '21
Gratton L. Rourke, '21.
Combined Departments ie-President-Lester H.' French, '21R1;Wil
1am E. Kireligessner, 120P; Marlon D), Slaughter, '221).
PRESIDENT STUDENT COUNCIL
Le G~rand A. Gaines, '21E; Fran~k L. Walters, '21L..
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. Goets
1 2211.
[Nominated byr Y. IM. C. A.-James K. Pollock, Jr.,,'22L; Lee M. Wood

~ALL R
CANDIDA'TES FOR THE
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Following is the list of nomin
1 i Beard In Control of Student Pub
be elected at the All-Camnpus elec
Roswell P.
Dewey F.]
Ralph E. Q
Alan F. Ki
f r llid B. L
" James L. 1
tz, ,John E. lik
Walter S. 1E
5j4-'Gilbert P.I

.PUBLICATIONS BOARD'

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.EADY FOR

es for student' Members= on The
ilicatlons from which, three are to
en, today.

1?agerburw, -'20L.,
Ing, '20E.-
,andis, '24L.
.gamis, '21.
Riess, '21L.
Schafer, 'TOE.

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LOOKED FOR TOI
, Chairman Eager, '20L, Urges Stu
to Observe AUl Voting
Regulations
BOOTHS TO OPEN AT 8:45,
O'CLOCK; CLOSE AT
Final arrangements for the All
pus election today have been
pleted and everything is in rea'
to handle the record' vote which
pected. The eight voting booths
open at 8:45 o'clock and the
will be closed at 3:15 o'clock i
Iof at 3:45 o'clock as erroneousl
"nounced yesterday.

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ENGINEERS' AND ARCHITECTS' HONOR COMMITTEE
rEngineers-E. A. Kerbey, '21E; 3. H. Pilkington, '21E.
mnrore Engieers-,Edward J. Elliott, 122E; Robert C. Vail, '22E
man Engneers-J. E. Johns. '23E; L. IT. Kirkpatr40k,"'23E.
rArchitects-H. A. Beam, '21A; L. S. Martz, '21.
more' Architects-R. H. Ainsworth, '22A; J. 3. ZimmermanI,;'
-ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION

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President-J. W. Hindes. '21: James K. Pollock. '2L: C. M. Young-
johin, '22L.
V ice-President-Winef red Biethan, '21; Earle Miles '21;-Preston-,H.'
Scott, '22.-
Treaigurer-Leon E. Grubaugh, '22; Roy E. Lounsbury, '22; William
H. Messinger, '21.
Secretary-Euphemia Carnahan, '22; Olive N. Smith, '21.
Delegates at Large-(Eight to be elected).-Gladys R. Boughton, '2;
Eiarl F. Boxell, '21; Carl G. Brandt, '22L; Leland Galt, '22; Car-
olyn F. Hayes, '21; Aurella 1M. Igel, '21; Helen M. Middleswart,
'22; Edward T. Ramsdell, '23; Telford "N. Rygh, '21; Donald Stott,
'22; Margaret R. Stone, '22; William Wachs, '21; Harold H. W'arn-
er, '21; David A. Watts, '21.

STUDENT COUNCILMEN

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or Engineers-Lautrence E. Frost, '21E; Clareii't N. Johnston,
21E.- Frederick H. Storrer, 121E; Calvin G. Wetzel, 121E.
or Lits-Joseph A. Avery, '21; Earl F. Boxell, '21; Fitzhugh L.
Brewer, '21; George Duffield, '21;. Harcourt Johnston, '21; Edll
,yard S. Kingsford, '21; Donald 3. Thorp, '21.
oomore Engineers-Edmund H. Fox, '22E; George E. Gregory,

ts-C. Maurice Atkinson, '22; Charles H. Murchison, 'G
If. Sargent, '22; Re naud Sherwood, '22;, H. E. Wils(
-Gerald A. Herrick, 121L- Oscar A. Kaufman, '21L.
ents-Robert W. Christie, '221); John, H. Hutchins, 122
s-William -M. German, '211I; Eugene A. Osins, '2111.
*ets-Howard Ht. Battin, 121A; R. V. Gay, 121A.
cops-Howard H. Harpst, '2111; Richard Penzotti, 12111
ales-Byron Swift, 121P; Elmer J. Traut, 121P.
-hnC. Cary, '22L; Irving A. Jennings, 122L.

LAWS-

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STUDENTS' +CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
^-C. Stewart Baxter, '21; Roswell P. Dillon, 121E.
idents-Baptist: Guy S. Shoemaker, 121E; (,ale IL. Wiessh
er, 121E.
Congregational: * Laurence E. Frost, 121E; Clarei
N. Johnson, 121E.
Disciple:. Alan F. King, ex.120E ; Roswell H. Shut
121E.
Episcopal: William F. Angell, '21; loe Grand
Gaines, Jr., '21E.
Lutheran: Oswiald Michelmann, '22; Herbert F. I~
Ewegen, 121P. -
Methodist: Leon E. Grubaugh, '22; Charfes B1 St
ner, '22L.
Presbyterian :' Chesser ,II. Campbell, '21; Donald
Porter, '21.

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trol of Student Publicationsl
'LITTLE INTEREST'AILYWLL'V beenbselected and they appear in
ELECTIONREUN day's Daily. A separate ballot has1
prepared for naming the Board's
f Reurnsof he Ai-capus members as the nominationsv
IN SPR N C~ ~etuns o th Al-capus made too late for the regular ba
-telephonie tonight as soon as All students vote on these ca
Class of 19823 H1olds Pep Meeting in they are available,.ats
Effort to Arouse Fighting, Call The Daily;, 950, after 8:30 Urges Rule Observance
Spirit of Men. for the returns.I Chairman Henry Eager, '20L, of
r + Student council election commis
YOUAE__________________".____ requests careful attention to the
"YOUARE VERCNFIDNT" - lg regulations on the part of all
SAYSnnOBESITOTEARLING dents as the ballot is long and
"Men of '23, has youir victory of last _____
fall made: you. overconfident?" said lB ~ lfhTG
Dave Forbes, 122L' at the freshmen .pep ENGL ISHl LAY UiIGbfl gves To G
meeting 'yesterday afternoon. Never -- ' ' V .
before in the history of the school has it you were an actress iu Paris, and Wvar On Tiiursdi
a pep meeting in anticipation of thef
spring games been attended 'by such if you .met a perfectly good, unro-
asalbdofsuet.mantic moan and married him, and then One of the most impressivec
atem pts toyooArousentsiam o oudh ie n ateadmonies ever given on the campus
Atteptsto roue Ethuias if youfoud h lied n acasle'andbe the Rope Day initiation of Ml
After Knight Merrielees, '20E, had had a title, wouldn't you think the gamua when it goes on the warl
attempted- to arouse some spirit in the fates were upiusually kind to you? But next Thursday to gather in theI
Msmrall body, Karl Velde, '20, who has _and there are always "buts," '"ifs," faces who-,by their work on thec
charge of the contests, explained the an, an or.whnyufndpsavbenemdwrtyf
plan fo Frday nd atudayin d- ads, an "or"-wen ou oundpushav ben demedworhy
plan forFriay ad Saurdy inde-coming young bucks of the It
tail all of your plebian relatives had seem- tribe of Michigamua.
Whe tug-of-war will be held at the ed to alight enmasse in 'your royal The braves. dressed in true In
Wail street bridge Fridayr. After the household as its servants, unbeknown;' fashion, astride Indian ponies,
contest the. winning class' will, return to you, just what would you think of start on the war path abou~t five bo
in a body carrying the rope to have the fates then? heap campus clock. Because o1
their picture taken. Sophomore and "h e sickness of Flying Foot Carl John
freshman classes will be excused after Such was the plight of "h e Buffalo Belly Abe Cohn will ac
3 o'clock Friday for this contest and Lady Bantock" in Jerome K. Jerome's Battle Chief to lead the Indians.A
(See Number 2, Page Six) English comedy by that name. The gtigteplfcsa hi
part of Lady Bantock will be taken by gettingthe tibalefeaet them
(' ~Madeleine Hazelton, '22, and the pro- Tappan Oak, t9, sing the peace el
Tri9 &l Secrets duction, will be given at 8 o'clock to- PeyAgl~slw.Te
night and tomorrow night in Sarahjoi
R-ev alod T Ten CasellAngel hll ndertheausic-braves and palef aces willj ga
CasellAngll al uner he uspc-around the camp: fire to be buil
- . es of MYaques. The' entire 'cast is the ma.ll at the official entrance to
Scrub! .Swyish! Crack! o-to the tune made up of women students. Men and University, where th~e braves will
of these melodies, 10 sophomore en women are both to be admitted,, how- their renowned Indian dance and
gineers scrubbed the engineering arch ever. bear meat. The palefac~ will the
yesterday afternoon preparatory to taken to the tribe's wigwam.
entering the secret order of Triangles. Student Council Meets. Tonight 'j The Pathe film company, of Cr
Floor. brushes, water, Duc~en A special meeting of the Student' go, ,is sending a photographer to
er, and husky paddles featured the council will be held tonight in' the Arbor Thursday to take moving
labors of the Neophytes, while an , in- Union. tures of the Rope Day ceremonief
terested audience inspired the workers--
to' great'er efforts. T~
The .10, men were, A. L., May, E. H. H. S R N L C I N C N I A
Fox, C. N. Barnum, G . E. Gregory,. Il
D. Dow, A. F. Schirmer, R. E. Swart,
J. H. Robbins, A. L. ,Welch, W. H. r~i~Nt)I 3imh.sriei
Simmons.. (E i' oe a,12;2)nt sriei
Aftr ceanng he rchthoougly, Due to an. unavoidable delay, the ambulance corps.
scrubbing all the senior benches, and material for Frank L. Walters, '21L, _______________
posing to be photographed in all their candidatg for president of the Stu-
misery, the weary initiates were taken dent council, could not be run Tues- FRESH LITS NOTICE
to he ldUnin bilingforth' fn:day morning. It appears below.
al sacrifice., Then followed the fcr-Frslicasdesrep
mal initiation, after which all were For President of the Student Council able this week in the lower coy
rejuenaed . abanuet, a th: Frnk . Wltes, 21Lcros cun- ridor of University hall at tb
reuentdbyabnqe t h rakL.Wler,'1Lcos on following hours: Tuesday froi
Unio, werespeche an smkestry, team,.1913-14, 1914-15, 1915-16; A. 11 to 12 and from 1 to 2 o'clock
were the reward of the battered en-
gineers. Prf-.H ise ftecvl.M%. A. each year, M C. C. C. each year; Wednesday and Thursday fro]
engineering department gave the 'ad- president Cross County club, 1914-15; 1 o1'adfo o2 'l
dress of the evening. Sphinx, Druids ; junior law council- {

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF TH1E STUDENTS' CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION
(To be ratified.)

Prof. B.._ W. Bunting, Mrs. M. L. Burton, Prof. J. L. R. Brumm, Regis-
trar A. G. Hall, Prof. W. C. Hoad, Prof. J. F. Shepard.

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ENGINEERING 'SOCIETY

President-C. N. Johnston. '21E; S. N. Lawson. 121E.
Yice-President-H. N. Anderson, 120E; L. A. Gaines, '21E.
Secretary-11. B. Covell, '21E; F. P. Storyer, 121E.
Treasurer-B. P. Dilon, '21E; M. E. 1Mc(owan, '21E.

ARCHITECTURAL SOCIETY.
Presiden"-. C. Goodeyne, 121A; J. B. Swanson, WA~1
ice-President-H. S. Booth, 122A; A. W. Luckham, '22A.
Secretary-IV. K. Rindge, '22A; A. A. Roemer, '21A.
Treasurer-J. J. Esterheld, 122A J:3. 3.Zinmmerman, '21A.

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The New Lady Bantoek

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Masques Presents Its
Annual Play.

A four act comedy b y Jerome K. Jerome.

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OPEN TO BOTH MEN
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