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October 01, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-01

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ral John J.
ie American
France, and
s, who had
an fleets in
nd after the
ess the dele-
eral conven-
rch here on
1 open meet-
liscussion of
Meaning of
:h and the
ng warriors
e world con-
ipate in this
who are ex-
ess the con-
Charles H.
f the Ameri-

"The Michigan Union will be the stu-
dent commons, where Michigan men
of all types and from all activities
.will meet and mingle." was the state-
ment made yesterday by Carl T. Ho-
gan, '20E, president of the Michigan
Union in a message to the freshmen.
"It is your Union and you freshmen
are a big part of it. You are vitally
interested in all that goes on there.
Campus activities will be centered
there and your friends will be there.
Get interested in all that goes on. The
Union officers on the third floor will
be glad to meet you and know that
you are interested in the progress
made. Keen in mind the fact that the
flife of the organization depends upon
your attitude and the hearty support
you give it. The building has every
facility for the convenience and serv-
ice of Michigan men.,,
The building will be almost entirely
finished by Nov. 15, according to Ho-
gan, and it is planned to have a gen-
eral housewarming at that time. The
cafeteria, with a soda fountain in con-
nection, is now running in the base-
ment. There is dining service every
day in the dining room on the first

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ce of Texas,
Alaska, Rev.
or of Trinity
v. James T.
irch, Minne-
Villiam Law-
husetts, who
tion sermon
tober 12, and
egates from
ines, Liberia,
and Dorothy
early in the
are at pres-
reet. Camp-
e University


When the pool and billiard room is
ready for use, Al Taylor, who played
Willie Hoppe and Calvin Demarest for
the chamiponship of the world, will
be billiard instructor there. The
bowling alleys are not' completed as
yet, but probably will be ready for
use about Dec. 1.
The student acticity rooms on the
third floor are finished as are the
guest rooms on the fourth floor. Both
may be reached by the elevator. The
floor of the new ballroom is now being
laid and the dance hall will be fin-
ished about Nov. 1.
kaymond 1. Lewis, ex-'19L, Returns
Raymond M. Lewis, ex-'19L, and a
former captain in the aviationdre-
turned Monday to Ann Arbor to re-
sume his University course. Lewis,
was overseas for 15, months.

Sixty-four students were enrolled
this summer at Camp Davis, the engi-
neering camp located on Douglas lake
near Cheboygan. The camp was un-
der the' supervision of Prof. C. T.
Johnston. The scholarship for the
camp averaged good as or better than
any preceding year.
The weather was especially favora-
ble during the past summer (the en-
tire eight weeks), there being only a
few hours that rain prevented the
work from going on. Forest fires
which surrounded the camp most of
the time, constituted 'the one annoy-
ance to the men. Only one fire was
set by the students and that was soon
Each member paid $50 toward the
mess fund at the beginning of the
camp and when the camp let out they
received a rebate of $4.14 making the
expenses for .each man - only $45.86.
For the first time in years it was im-
possible to get a student to cook for
the camp and a man from Cheboygan
had to be hired.
,The Fourth of, July in camp was cel-
ebrated by moving the launch, which
has been on Birch lake, over to Doug-
las lake, where all triangulations and
soundings were taken. When the
camp broke up the launch was pulled
up on shore and a house was built
around it.
Wisconsin Students Sleep in Gym
The room situation at the University
of Wisconsin has reached its crisis,
but it is thought that permanent
shelter will soon be provided for all.
A large number of men students who
failed to make reservations in advance
will be temporarily accommodated in
the gymnasium, where about 400 cots
have been set up.
The shortage of rooms has also been
felt by the .women students. They
have found'it difficult to secure rooms
having the necessary pkrlor accom-
The general feeling, however, Is op-
timistic, and word has been given out
that no one will be turned away from
the 'school on account of the scarcity
of lodgings.




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Man agers.
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Corner N. Fouth Ave. and Catherine Street
Telephone 423

nember of Palley, ex-'18L, Back at UnI'ersity
Y. Ames F. Pailey, ex-'18L, has return-
- ed to his work in the University after
n Daily- an absence of more than two years,
two months of which was spent in
- . France. He was with the original am-
for cam- bulance unit and he won the Croix de
Guerre at Verdun.




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