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FRIDAY
:00--Board of directors of Zionist so-
ciety meets in tane hall.
:30-Rifle club meets in room 445,
Engineering building.
:30-Polonia Literary circle meets
in Lane hall.
:30 - Committee of "48" meets in
board room, Lane hall, to organize
campus club.
:30-Soeial evening for all Disciple
students at the church on South Un-
iversity avenue.
:30-Phi Sigma society meets in room
P 173, Natural Science building.
:30 -. Alpha Nu Debating society
meets in club rooms, University
hall.
:00-Baptist guild freshmen enter-
tain guild members at St. Patrick's
social.
:00-Soph Prom at the Union.
SATURDAY
:15-Iota Sigma P1 meets in room
122, Chemistry building.
:30-T. C. Rice-Ray speaks at the
Union on "Salesmanship."
:30-J-lit dance at Union.
00-Dr. J. T. Stone of Chicago speaks
in Lane hall.'
:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
at 444 S. State street.
:30-Dr. J. T. Stone speaks in Con-
gregational church on "The Invest-
ment of a Life."
:30-Newark club meets in room 306,

for Student councilmen from 8 to 12
o'clock and from 1 to 4 o'clock to-
day in the Engineering building.
OPERA NOTICES
Rehearsal of all cast and (lorus in
Act I at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
old Union.
AIGLER CORRECTS MISTAKEN
IMPRESSION ON ATHLETICS
(Continued from Page One)
Professionalism Menace
"Professionalism in the *gridiron
sport is the most serious menace to
the continuation of football as an in-
tercollegiate sport. Good football
players are tempted by large offers
every year to professionalize them-
selves. This has even gone so far as
to. reach high school players who
prove themselves ineligible for all fur-
ther competition by playing for com-
pensation."
When asked the possibility of the
recommendation being passed by the
Board in Control, Professor Aigler
said, "I am not sure what action will
be taken, but if it would tend to keep
professionalism out of college football
it ought to be passed as a means of
preserving the sport, not for the pur-
pose of depriving a man of a letter be
has earned."
ORGANIZING CAMPUS CLUB
PURPOSE'OF "48" COMMITTEE
For purposes of organizing a cam-
pus club, the Committee of "48" will
hold a meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-
night, in the board room in Lane hall.
Mr. W. W. Denton, instructor of math
ematics in the engineering college, is
the organizer and temporary chairman
of the local branch, and invites all
those who are interested in the lib-
eral movement to attend this meeting.
PROF. SUNDERLAND TALKS TO
COOLEY CLUB ON PROCEEDURE
Prof. E. R. Sunderland of the Law
school, talked before members of the
Cooley club last night on the way to
prepare a case for trial and the meth-
od of handling it during the trial..
After the talk an embezzlement case
was tried by members of the club.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.

00MNO OTkVISION, STATES WILGUS

NOT A MILITARIST BECAUSE OF
VIEWS REGARDING
ARMY
Major-General Wood stands for the
practical vision better than any man
living, I believe," said Prof. Horace
L. Wilgus, of the Law school, at the
Wood league banquet last night in the
Michigan Union.
"He has never been a militarist, is
not one, and never will be. I feel
confident that if General Wood was
president, he would establish a stand-
ing army that is adequate fr defense
at any time, ready for the future, and;
having no militaristic qualities.
Has Wide Experience
"He has had a wide experience that
includes budgets and men. If Wood
is elected to the presidency, we will
have as good a budget as Governor
Lowden can give us. Nearly all of the
argument that I have heard in favor
of Governor Lowden is the budget
system he established in Illinois.
"Mr. Wood went into Cuba and hid
administrative accomplishments there
and the Philippine islands are are best
examples of colonial administration
that the world has ever seen."
U. of 1L. to Be Collegiate Headquarters
Pres. Harold A. Furlong, '21, of the
Wood league, announced at the ban--
quet that steps were being taken to
establish the University as the na-
tional collegiate headquarters for Maj-
or General Wood's campaign for the
presidency.
Emphasizing the point that Major
General Wood was not a militarist,
Supt. Durand W. Springer of the hom-
oeopathic hospital said: "Of all the
men who appeared before a hearing of
the congressional committee on the
army, Leonard Wood .advocated the
smallest standing army."
Plans were made at the banquet for
a membership campaign to be con-
ducted among the students. No mem-
bership fee will be charged and stu-
dents under voting age are allowed
to join.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
will lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.-Adv.

Gd. Rapids Gas
To Meet lBurton
When Dr. Marion L. Burton visits
Grand Rapids Saturday he will be kept
busy attending functions which have
been planned in his honor. A large
number of Michigan graduates assem-
bled Tuesday afternoon and planned
a dinner to be given at 7 o'clock Sat-
urday gvening at the Peninsular club
in order that all graduates 4.nd former
students might have an opportunity
of meeting the new leader of the Uni-
versity.
At noon Saturday Dr. Burton will be
honored at a luncheon served by the
members of the Woman's University
club at the Park church. Dr. Burton
is scheduled to make a talk at each
of these functions.
President Harry B. Hutchins, Pres-
ident-elect M. L. Burton, Regent
Hanchett, and Prof. R. W. Aigler will
attend a meeting of Grand Rapids
Alumni association which will be held
Saturday night.
COPPER COUNTRY CHORAL UNION
~ WILL VISIT U. OF 3. APRIL 23
Members of the Copper Country club
at a meeting last night in the Union -
adopted a motion to bring the Cop-
per Choral union to Ann Arbor on
,Friday, April 23. The choral union
consists of 26 male voices and has
'been in existence for nearly six years.
Hill auditorium has been reserved for
the occasion, and the club members
are hoping for the hearty co-opera-
tion of the students in this novel en-
terprise.

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:30-Craftsman club,
Masonic Temple.
:00-Unitarian guild

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SUNDAY
10:30-Commerce club meets in room
304, Union..
3:00-Medical lecture at the Homoe-
opathic hospital.
7:30-"The Wayfarer" picture in Hill
auditorium. Addresses will follow.
U-NOTICES
Presidents of all sectional clubs are
asked to communicate with the
Sunday Editor of The Daily before
noon Saturday. Phone 2414, or mail
your name, address, and phone num-
ber.
fake-up exams in Philosophy 1 and 2
will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning, March 20, in room 205,
Mason hall.

Naylor Will Give Lecture ror ledic,
The next of a series of lectures at
the Homoeopathic hospital will be
given at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon
in the lecture room of the hospital.
Dr. q. I. Naylor, secretary of the
Homoeopathic school, will give the
lecture, his subject being "Venereal
Prophylaxis"
Prof. Hobbs Now Reviewing Book
Prof. W. H. Hobbs is reviewing a
book by Prof. Carl O. Sauer, df the
geology department, which was pub-
lished last January. "The Geography
of the Ozai'k Highlands" is the title
of the work. The review is to appear
in the Michigan Alumnus.

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