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ICHIGAN DAILY'

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MAY CAST BALLOTS
UT GOING ]ROMWE ON
L~ECTIO2N DAY
absentee voters of the
,nd in an endeavor to set-
pation on the part of
the coming elections,
C. .Goddard, chairman of
e committee of the Wood-
tleague, has installed an
bureau at the Law Libra-

Students Privileged
us for absent voters make it
le for a large proportio a of the
!ts of legal age to cast their
s without going home on elec-
lay. Such laws are,' for the most
new, but h~ave already been pass-
Severy state except Alabama,
B, Nevada, New Mexico, Penn-
na% and Texas. In 10 states the
provides only for absent voters"
are in, the military service, but
early all of the remaining 32 It
s to students.
State Laws Differ
afew states the absent voter is
ed to vote in any other voting
nct in his state, providing he pre-
himself at the voting place and
is ballot mailed to his home pite-
In the larger number of states
;,sand directions- for voting will.
.ailed to the applicant -who 're-
s infrmation from his home _off-
Students who are resident~s of
gan' should write to the town-
village or city clerk, and mrake
st for such~ forms.
Warning Issued
the elections in most scotes' are
ar 'off the Wood~ league urges
veryone who wishes to cast" his
r ballot this year make immedi-
e of the informa.tion bureau in.
aw library.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
8:00 a. m. -- Junior engineer class
meeting, 348 Engineering building.
Prof. A.,1E. Wood will talk on "The
Place tof -the,, Engineer in Society."
9:00, a. m.Mr. A. N. Johnson' of the
Portlandi Cement associati5on speaks
in 301 Engineering building on "Ce-
mentsC"_
4:00-Senior finals in Northern Ora-
torical league contest, 302 Mason
hall. !
6 :00-St.John's Military- aeademy
(Delefleld, Wis.) banquet in room
319, union.
7 :00-Michigan Upo!n orchestra 're-
hearsal on second floor, Union.
7:00--Junior finals in Northern Ora-{
torical league contest: 302 Mason
hall.
7 :00-Freshmnan band meets in Vni
versity hall.
7 :0(F-Junior finals in Northern Ora-
torical league contest, 302 Mason
hall.
7 :00--Training course for Scout lead -
ers, i high school.
7:15--Athena Literp ry. society meets
on fourth. floor, University hall.
7 :30 ' Freshman XAndolin cluib meets
in LMane hall.,
7 :30-AdelpliiIHuse of -Representa-
tives mets in .club rooms, Univer-
. °'ity hall.
7 :30-Aeronautical club meets 3009
Union.
7 :34-AU., students interested In form-
ing a Johnson-f or-President club
meet at 820 University Ave,
7:z30- Youngstown - i~higan club
meets in room 321, Union.
3.:00-Students' Liberal c)jib meets In
room 316, Union.,
3 :@U4 Round-Up club meets at 'the
Union.

VATNNG COUJRSE FOR BOY
SCOUIT LEADERS IS O~FFERED,
Scout leaers,. University students,
and all other men interested in the
Boy Scout movement are' offered a
training course in the elements of
scouting' by -the Ann Arbor council.
It will consist of "seven two-hou~r meet-
ings on Tuesday. evenings during
March and April in th e Ann Arbor :high
school, and two Saturday" afternoon
hikes.
The initial meeting of the class will
be iheld at 7. o'clock tonight in the
Ann.Arbor high school building.

FLOW~ERS FLOWERING PLANTS
Cousins & Hal
Members Florists Telegraph Delivery
Phone 115 1 002 S. Univ,.
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Quenches Thirst-
Touches the Spot
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Miss Eleanor Sheldon, who is head
fof Fell Hall 'dormitory at Illinois'
Normal school, has been chosen social
director of Betsy Barbour dormitory.
Miss-'"heldon graduated from the
University of Minn~sota in 1904, and
rc-turned to get her 1Mleter's Degree in
1905. She has ad~o done graduate
work at Bryn MaWr and at the Uni-
versity of 'Wisconsin: Miss Sheldon
expects to work for her Ph.d. -at Mich,-
igan.

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VICTORIOUS IN
WE1ITH IININESOTA

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r merit. The Wolverine teamwork
far better than it has been here-
ire, and the dribbling %of Karp us
d in-. advancing the ball down the
r. The most. noticable improve-
it was ,in* the Michigan pasket
Ming, which has been the weak
it all season, but seems to b~e one
hie strong features at the .present
chigan winning the last -twy
es indicates a chance to take the
two games in the Conference
;e with Indfana at Bloomington
Ohio State at Columbus.
S'MN ARY :
'ig.an Pos lnn11estoa\
Weiss .. L.F.....Hammer,i
Goldberg
nus.......F........Arntson

WEDNESDAY
12 :00--Sigma Delta Chii luncheon 611
third floor, Union.
0:00-1923 Football club dinner in
room 321, Union.
7 :15--UioIS, sfuidents meet" for or-
ganization ,in room, 304, Unilon.
7 :15-Commcee club meets in room
325, Union.
7 :30--Got-together meet f or freshman
foireste i in room 8316,Natllral
Science building.
7:30-,A: S.IN. E. meets inNatural
Science, auditorium. Six reels of
pictures' will be shown.
7:30--Westerners club meets in Lane'
'611l auditorium. election of 'Ofn-
cers.
7 :30-Lecture by M4iss Parker and
film "The. Heritage of France" in
Hill auditorium.
S :00--Archtec~tuiral smoker at the
Union./

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/ THURS1DAY
3 :00-Unix, ' church 4,o/nmi1teve meets
in Lane hall. * ;/
7:00-M1andolin club practie iIn Unt-
versity hall.
7 :30--Comedy club meets In'Sra
Caswell An ell hall.

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-Ypu are. proud to have the
° Gdvernor of your state see ypu
j draw the :Murad box from your
coat. pocket.
I t is true,"ordinary"cigarettes
cost a. trifle less.
Judge for 'yo urself-!

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amns.......LG .....Kearney,
ForseRl
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ld baskets-Karpus 4, bunne 4
on 3. Williams 2, Rea 2, Enke.
-er, Weiss.
11 goals-Karpus 4-11, MacDon-:
. Arntson 1-4.
'eree-Birch. Score first half
igan 21, Minnesota 10.
fFRI PROFESSOR MADE
VESTIGATION BUREAUT H1FAD
,nd Rapids, March 8. -- R. "C.
a former instructor in French
University of Michigan and dur-
ie war an instructor in %English
athletics with the French army,
today placed ,_jn charge of the
Rapids office of the, department
tice bureau of investigation for
:rn Michigan. He succeeds Geo.

U-10IOTCES
x. picture of all members of the Qomn
mittees for "George Did It" will be
taken- at ,12 :15 o'clock today at
Rentschler's -studio.
Makeup exrms in Economics 159' 37,
and 46 will be held at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning, March 13, in room
101, Economics building.
Tryouts for the Girls' Mandolin club'
will be held from 4' to 5:30 o'clock,
today in room 305, University hall.
Membership committees of the Wood.
for-President league of the Univer-
sity will meet at 7 o'clock tonight
in room 325, Union.
Presidents of .the following organiza-;
tions must identify members: in
group' plotographs at the MWichigan-w
ensign offices this afternoon: Sigma,
Phi, Nu Sigma Nu, Beta Phi, Y. W.
C. A. Fresh Girls' hockey team.
Aristolochites, Griffins, Bayonne
club, Druids, and Students' Direc-
tory'.
FINA" I. 0. T.' C. FIGURES
SHO}W ENROLLMENT OF 180'

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LNICAL SCIENCES" T,4LX
GIVEN TO FRFSHIMANCU~S
eHarley H. Bartlett, of the bo-1
I departn Tent, spoke on "The Bo-
1 Sciences" Monday afternoon in
ird lecture on this subject be-
e freshman lit assembly.
talk dealt chiefly with the pro-
ial opportunities in the botan-
lausces, showing how invaluable
reo to the human race.
tWtfd~s Want President to Stay
tents of Ohio State have peti-
President Thompson to remain
head of the university. P'resi-
'ompson tendered his resigna-
the board of trustees some time
ving as his reason that a you1ng-
a should lead in the large pro-
of the university for the next

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"Total enrollment in the R. 0.-T.
C. -now numbers 180," was the sate-
ment of~ Captain Arthur Monday. "<In- 1
asmuch as >enrollmnent- ceased Satur-
day, this figure will probably stand
frith no more additions."
The arrival of Leut. Col. George A.
Nugent, coast artillery, Washingtony
D. C., is expected sometime within the
next few days. Colonel. Nugent is
miaking a tour 'of all coast artillery,
units in the Unied States and will
visit Ann Arbor 'to inspect the coast
artillery, unit of the R. 0. T. C.

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