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WEDNESDAY

GENERAL
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(By Associated Press)
New York, Feb. 17. - Disordered'
conditions existing in Mexico will end
in 1921, according to a statement made
here today -by General Salavator Al-
varado, a Mexico City publisher. He
declared that the disorder would end
"because there i a powerful current
of opinon throughout the country in
all places and alls classes towards
peace and reconstruction."
"If -the vote in the Mexican pres-
dential election next May is rejected,
in this same year work and peace-
will begin, , eliminating the main
source of trouble between the United
States and Mexico. Conditions now
point to the election of General Ob-
regon as president," he said.
"Promotion of friendly attitude be-
tween the two countries," he said,
"depended , upon a better mutual
knowledge of the aspirations, needs'
and conceptions of each people."
Dinner Gong As
Wedding Chimes
Delca M. Gilbert, '20, has the honor
of being the first girl to be married in
Martha Cook luilding.
On the eve of Jan. 30, girls living in
that dormitory stopped cramming for
examinations to hasten down to din-
ner. On arrivipg 'at the first floor
they were surprised to see rose deco-
rations in the blue room and dining
room.
While wondering what theoccasion
was and waiting for the call to din-
ner, Rosella Smalldon, '21, carelessly
seated herself at the piano and Anne
.Noble, '20, sang, "Oh, Promise Me."
Delbia Gilbert, '20, and Dr. Hart
Fleming, '18D, entered the room and
stood before the fireplace. Then Rev.
S. S. Robbins of the Unitarian church
appeared from amidst those gathered
and performed a doub1e ring wedding
ceremony.
While the girls were yet astonish-
.ed, all were ushered into the dining-
room, where a -wedding dinner was
served. Immediately after the dinner
the bridal pair left for Grand Rapids,
where they will reside.
RESERVE AVIATORS
TO MEET THURSDAY
Action to be taken on important re-
quests to be forwarded to the Adjut-
ant-general at- army headquarters in
Washington necessitates the presence
of iall Michigan students and alumni
in Ann Arbor, who hold commissions
as reserve military aviators, at a meet-
ing to he held at 7 o'clock Thursday
evening in room 304 of the Union.r
Proposals to be sent to the proper
authorities will be formed at the meet-
ing when a request will be mae that
the Michigan reservists b6e sent to the
same training camp in a"ody this
summer. A period of two weeks train-
ing is required each year of reserve
offcers.
It will also request that the train-
ing period of the Michigan reserve
aviators take place either the latter
part of June or during the first two
weeks in September. Capt. John 'P.
Lucas, head of the . 0. T. -C. unit
in the University, will be present at
the fmeeting to explain the status of
the reserve officers.
FRtESHMEN MUST ELECT R. 0.
T. C. TO OBTAIN COWMISSIONS
About 10 nMore days are *vailable
in which Freshmen may enroll in the
R. O.T. C.
,The profesor of military science is

especially anxious that all freshman
appreciate the fact that iinless 'they
have had previous service, the only
way in which they can be commis-
sioned, is to become a member of the
R. O. TC.
The Wadsworth bill, now pending,
in congress, calls for universal train-
ing for all men between" the ages of
19-21. The bill provides for fouP
months' training, after which the
soldier is placid for 10 years in the
reserve. During this period, he is sub-
Ject to call for two weeks out of each
year, for training purposes only.
AIR MAIL ROUTE PROVIDED
BY POSTOFFICE COMMITTEE

4:00-Soph-Prom committee meeting,
third floor of the Union.
7:00-Meeting. of Glee club trip men
in Lane hall.
7:00 -Il Circolo D'Anninzio meets in
Lane hail.<
7:00-Varsity band rehearsal in Uni-
versity Hail,
7:15-Commerce club meets in room
306 of the Union. Professor Car-
ver wil speak.
S:80-Forestry chIA meeting in Na
tural Science building.
7:30-Rocky Mountain club meets in
Lane hall. All men and women
.from Rocky Mountain states invit-
ed to attend.
8:00-Dr. John Haynes Holmes lee-
tures in Natural Science auditorium
befiore Intercollegiate Socialist so-
ciety.
8 :00-Mr. Edward A. Rosenblatt lec-
tures to Intercollegiate Zionist as-
sociation in Lane hall. -Election of
officers.
THURSDAI
7:00-Reserve military aviators meet
in room 304 :of Union.
7:15-Boxing cub meets in room 36
of the Union.
7:15-Pontiac club meets in Lane hall
7:15-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
306 of the Union.
7:0--Rochester, N. Y., club meets in
room 306 of the Uion. All members
requested to be present.
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Ash Wednesday services are being
held in St. Andrew's Episcopal
church today at 7:30 and 10:30 a.
in., and at 7:30 p. in. During Lent
there will be a service every Wed-
nesday evening at 7:30, and every
Thursday and Friday afternoon' at
4:30 o'clock.
Presidents of the following organiza-
tions are requested to identify mem-
bers in their'group pictures this aft-
ernoon at the Michiganensian office:
Barristers, Phi Kappa Psi, ,Delta
Chi, Gargoyle staff, Delta Sigma
Rho, Newark club, Adelphi, New
England club, lph4 Kappa Kappa,
Masqhes, Theta Phi Alpha, Men's
Educational club, Cercle Francais,
Pi Beta Phi, Students' council, Ora-
torical board, Mu Phi Epsilon, J-Hop
committee, Delta Sigma Delta, Al-
pha Epsilon Iota, Michigan Technic,.
Michigan-Northwestern debating
team, Michigan-Chicago' debating.
team.
Assistant managers and tryots f
the Glee and Mandolin club report
at office 328 Natural Science build-
ing, 2-5 p. in. Glee club men turn
In J-Hop tickets at this time.
Overseas men will meet at 7:15
o'clock Tuesday night in room/:316
of the Union to organize for the
purpose of holdin smoklrrs and en-
tertainments.
The next meeting of La Socidad His-
panica will be held March 2.
Geology 20 lectures by Mr. Leverett
will begin at 7 o'clock Tursday,
Feb. 19, in room 321 Natural Sci-
.ence building.
All students who work on campus
publications, TheDaily, Michiganen-
sian, Technic, Chimes, Students' Di-
rectory, Gargoyle, Athletic Program,
Law Review, whether on the busi-
- nes or.editorial side, are asked to
be presenttat 12:05 p. . today
in front of ┬░the Press building for a
joint publication photograph.
EXAM NOTICE

This semester, on account of
the emergency arising from the
influenza epidemic, literary stu-
dents absent from semester ex-
aminations with good excuse
may be examinek by the instruc-
tor at his convehtence, not later
than March 20. Students must,
at once make arrangements with
their instructor, and secure from
the Registrar's office the regular
slip for the report of grades.
JOHN R. EFFINGER, Dean.
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