s at Hill
ing stamp and a self-addressed en-
velope to D. Dow, 632 E. University
avenue, before June 14.
Tickets for Aeronautical society
dance on June 4 are on sale at Gra-
ham's book store and at Union
The' public recital by classes in
Shakespeare reading will be held at
8 o'clock Thursday evening in Sar-
ah, Caswell Angell hall.
earsal in UnI-
i of officers.
s in room 302
gn Wars meet
'nion to install
meeting at the Union.
society meets in Lane
tion of officers.
ochite dinner at the Un-
;. Students' congregation
ane hall. Election of of-
tt club meets in room 300
emistry building. Elec-
an Science society meets
neth Barnard, '17L, talks
ent advertising in Natur-
ur Vincent de Wierzbichi
French on "La Literature
en France" in Natural
i Literary circle meets in
the Student council com.
underclass conduct meets
k Wednesday at Alumni
iali to have picture tak-
aced in the first threel
he interclass track meet
reen 4 and 5 o'clock Wed-
3rnoon at the Ferry field
for sweater measure-
ose unable to report call
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team to play the Eastern champions
the best thing that could be done in
the way of publicity and real boost-
ing for Michigan.I
"If a game with Princeton or Penn
State is found to be impossible, there
is left, Georgetown, the team which
defeated Princeton. They are ac-
cused of having a, semi-professional
team and as a result are out 'of the
amateur college class but~a game with
them would do much to show the
country what we can do in baseball.
Even though such a game would not
give us the national title, it would
serve much the same purpose as a
game with the real champions. Of
course the Georgetown game should
not be undertaken unless the others
are found impossible."
Team Should Have Trip
James I. McClintock, '21L, express-
ed strong, approval of the idea of some
Eastern competition and particularly
of sending this year's baseball team
to compete for the national baseball
honors. He said, "It is the only thing
to do if it can be arranged in any
way. Michigan should have the chance
to show its athletic worth and the
team should have the trip. The main
objection seems to be that commence-
ment and examinations in the East
interfere with, our only possible dates.'
It 'doesn't look now as if the trip
would be effected if much pressure is
not brought to bear quickly.. I believe
the trip should be made but above all,
the necessary steps to secure the
schedule should be made at' once if
they are to be made at all."
PLANS BEING LAID
FOR JUNIOR PLAY
Advice and instructions for the suc-
cess of next year's Junior Girls' play
were given by Dean Myra B. Jordan
and Marcella Moon, '20, chairman of
the 1920 play committee at a meet-
ing of the sophomore girls Tuesday!
Dean Jordan suggested that the
girls be especially careful-to look for
suggestions in, their reading. Both
speakers emphasized the importance
of ,all the girls beinl interested in the
project and the fact that co-operation
of the entire class is necessary.
Dean Jordan stated that more girls:
were needed to act as junior advisors
and that anyone who wished to do so
should communicate with her giving
her summer address.
FOUNDATION OF NURSES' HOME
NQW ONE-THIRD COMPLETED
Approximaely one third of the
foundation for the new nurses' home,
which was authorized by the Regents
recently and is now being construct-
ed at the rear of the psychopathic
ward of the University hospital, is now
laid according to a statement issued
yesterday from the buildings and
As yet it cannot be said when the
residence will be finished, but at the
present time both material and labor
conditions are favorable, according to
Representatives for the Judiciary
council of the Women's league will be
elected by the freshmen, sophomore
and junior. classes between the hours
of 11 o'clock Thursday morning and
5 o'clock Thursday afternoon in Uni-
versity hall. Ofie representative is
chosen from each class..
Nominees are as follows: Junior
representative, Isabel Swan and Elin-
or Neil; sophomore, Frances Ames,
Elizabeth Hutchins, Grace Frye, Elsa
Oisen; senior, Lois DeVries and Alice
FORMER ALDERMAN INJURED
BY DYNAMITE EXPLOSION
John Markey, former city alderman,
was seriously injured yesterday morn-
ing at the Barton Hills Country club
grounds when a charge of dynamite
exploded near him. His face was pep-
pered with small particles of dirt and
powder, which resulted in the loss of
one eye, and injury to his fade and
Masques Elects Officers for Next Year
At the final meeting of the year
Tuesday afternoon Masques elected
the following officers for next year.
President, Anne Mitchell, '21; vice-
president, Frances Stevens, '21; secre-
tary, Minnie Louise Pratt, '21; treas-
urer, Gertrude Boggs, '22; and repre-
sentative at large, Olga Johnson, '21.
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