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gymnasium. A program will pre- A LL-CAMPUS STRAW BALLOT
cede the dance. WILL RE ! ONDt'CTIED TOD AY

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THURSDAY
9 A. M.-Junior engineer assembly,
room 348, Engineering building.
Prof. David Friday will talk.
4:15-Hloover workers meet in room'
304, Union.
':00-Hllsdale college banquet at the
Union.
6:00-Ambulance dinner at Ahe Un
ion.
6:00-KaIaunazo Normal club dinner
at the Union.
7:00-Tryouts for Glee and )andolini
club managership report at Hill au-
ditorium.
7:00- Union orchestra rehearsal at
the Union.
7:15-Cooley club meets in practice
court, Law building.
7:30-Dental society meets in Dental
amphitheater.
7:30-Special meeting of Sigma DeLta
Chi, room 306, Union.
7:30-Pontiac club meets in Lane
hall.
7:30 - Democratlc smoker in La ie
hall.

SATURDAY
2:3)-Catholic Students' club
at the Union.
7:00-Upper Room Bible classi
at 444 South State street.
7:30-Craftsmen club meets in
onic temple.

dance
meets
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U-NOTICES
Varsity band members will assemble
at 1L :30 o'clock today in front of
University hall. No uniforms.
31sical club memubers may receive
complimentary tickets for the con-
cert tonight at the Hill auditorium
box office from 1 to 6 o'clock today.
Tryouts for assistants managership
are asked to report to Cadwell at
the same place and time.
jll senior lits who tried out for the
class track team, report in track
suits at 4:30 o'clock today in
suits at 4:30 o'clock. Thursday in
Waterman gymnasium.
FRESHILiAN (YYMNASIUM WORK
FINISHED FOR REST OF YEAR

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(Continued from Page One)
partment. "I think students should
come out and vote, as the ballot will
give training in the way a real pri-
mary is conducted."
Benefit to Student
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne of the history
department also added his approval,
saying he thought it a very good plan
to interest students in political af-
fairs. -
"If dnyone should take an interest
in such matters," he said, "it should
be college men and women. I be-
lieve that if the same plan -ere car -
ried out in colleges throughout the en-
tire country, it would not only do
much good by stirring up serious dis-
dussion of national affairs, but would
profit those in charge of the country's
politics by showing them where the
young men are looking."
0OUNCL FAVORS INCLUSION
OF DUES IN REtjULAR FEE
(Continued from Page One)
left in the hands of the committee in
charge.
Swing-Out Date Changed
Two new councilmen, Roscoe P.
Dillon, '21E, and Richard B. Marshall,
'21E, were sworn in at the meeting.
The date of Swing-out was changed
-from May 22 to Thursday, May 6.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
e ill lead you to the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores.-Adv.

TEACHERS -CONIENE
11N 2 DAYSSESSION
(Continued from Page One)
Prof. Joseph Markley of the mathe-
matics department will be one of the
speakers at the opening luncheon of
themathematical section of the club,
which will take place at 12:15 o'clock
today at the Baptist church. Follow-
ing the luncheon, a meeting will be
held at 2 o'clock in room B of the Law
building, at which Prof. Louis C. Kar-
pinski of the mathematics department,
and Mr. A. Darnell of Detroit Central
high school, will lead the discussion
on mathematics in secondary schools.
The opening session of the School-
masters' club will be held at 9:30
o'clock this morning in University
Hall, taking the form of a business
meeting. The remainder of tOi, morn-
ing will be taken up by two lectu'res
on vocational guidance by Dr. L. M.
Terman of the Leland Stanford Ju-
nior university, and Mr. Frank B.
Spailding of Cleveland. -
Joint Mleeting Arranged
Sectional conferences will be held
in various buildings of the University
during the afternoon. A joint meet-
ing of the Michigan Schoolmasters'
-club and the faculty of the Engineer-
ing college will take place at 8 o'clock
tonight in the auditorium.of the;high
school. Friday's sessions and lec-
tures will follow in the same order, as
those of Thursday.
All students who wish to attend any
of the sessions of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' club may obtain pass-
es from Mr. Louis P. Jocelyn, secre-
tary of the club, today or Friday in
the Registrar's office in University
hall.
WAGE INC RESE'GIVEN
TO SOFT LOAL MINERS.

ON SALE 'TODAY
I-HOP TIME and the arrival of three
new Victor Dance Records-a rath-
er lucky coincidence, isn't it? You'll
need them to make your house, party
complete, so don't delay coming in fot
them. Our supply is limited and there
is sure to be a great demand for:
Llarem Life........l....... .. .... ...... .... . Bo-la-Bo
Paul Biese's Orchestra
Venetian- Moon .......... ...............Swanee
All-Star Trio

8:00-Christian Science society meets All freshman gymnasium work end-
in Lane hall. ed yesterday and the remaining time
8:0,0-Glee and Mandolin club concert before spring recess will be devoted
in Hill auditorium. to those men who have back work to
make up. After spring vacation
FRIDAY measurements will be taken again and
9 A. M.-Senior engineers assembly, the men will be able to see the re-
room 348, Engineering building. suits of the exercise obtained in the
4:00-Recita by Miss Ifortense Neil. class work.
son, impersonator, in University; During the past two weeks Dr.
Hall. I May has been putting each of his
7:30 - Alpha Nu Debating'"society classes through certain track 'events
meets in club rooms, Univer'sity and as soon as results are tabulated
hall. announcement will be made as to the
7:30-R. 0. T. C. club smoker at the winner.
Union.
8:00-Comedy club party in Barbour Read the Daily for Campus News.

Stationery Sale at Graham's.
Stores.-Adv.

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The Daily's specialty is service to
evervone.-Adv.

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Your Aris.s.
Selv in's

. ....m.That Naughty Waltz
Orchstra--Smith's Orchestsa

TONIGHT

D SEAL Records in the April list_
are of unusual excellence and of a
ety which will appeal to every
ne a Sera ................. .. ....Caruso
Eyes Have Told Me So...........McCormade
jos- Negros ................ .......Zanelli
ade-Vision Fugitive . . ........ Werienrath
-Il Bacio ......................Farrar-De Luca
Could Care ...................... ... Alda
Sweet Bye and Bye............Schumann-Heink
. .. .......... ..Heifeti
Serenade ........................Kreisler
t in F Major ..................Flonziley Quartet

Help

Boost Michigan

CONTRACT EMBODIES
OF WILSON'S COAL
MISSION

'AWARDS
COil!

GO TO THE

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Concert

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ar song records which we will be
to play for you when you call. You
appreciate the advantages of our
]-proof booths when selecting

Glee and Mandolin Club,

(By Associated Press)
New York,-March 31.--Negotiations
for a new agreeemnt for the bitu-
minuos coal miners were brought 6p
a close this afternoon when the gen-,
eral scale of operators and miners of
the central competitive fiel ratified
a contract embodying the award of
President Wilson's coal commission.
The new agreement which involves a
wage increase of 27 per cent becomes
effective tomorrow morning and will
continue in force for a period of two
years.
Wage increases totalling approxi-
mately $200,000,000 aie granted tha
mine workers in the agreeemnt which
effects about 400,000 soft coal diggers.
Despite contention of workers that
increases should be borne .y the op-
erators without additional 'c'st of the
public the mine owners tonight re-
iterated their announcement that pres-
ent coal prices will be boosted from,
65 cents to $1.50 a ton at the mines.
Representatives of the miners pro-
duced statistics tonight to show the
increases were "unwarranted." They
declared that present prices were "no
reflection of what the miners receiv-
ed in increases" as the total increase
to the men since 1913 was but 40
cents per ton while the "increased
cost of coal averages from $1.11 be-
fore the war to $2.70."
MICHIGAN AMBULANCE UNITS
WILL HOLD DINNER TONIGHT
An ambulance units dinner will be
held at 6 o'clock this evening at the
Union. This is the fourth of a series
of such dinners which have been giv-
en for the purpose of keeping the men
of the Michigan ambulance units in
touch with each other.

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[NIVERSITY HALL , FRIDAY, APRIL 2, AT 4 P. M.
SPECIAL ANNOINCEMENT
Auspices, University Oratorical Association
AMERICA'S FOREMOST IMPERSONATOR
HORTENSE NEILSEN
In 31aeterlinck's Masterpiece
MONNA VANNA
Amy Leslie of the Chicago News says:-"I have seen all the great
htists, but Hortense Nielsen has no equal in the portrayal of Maeter-

MIDNIGHT SONS, ALL-CAMPUS JAZZ SEXTET, VARSITY.
QUARTET, VARSITY STRINGED SEXTET, .TOM

HART IN "ISMS," ROBERT R. DIETERLE,
BARITONE SOLOIST

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Tickets at Bookstores and Box Office-1-6 p. m.

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Oriental Rugs on sale, $75 to $200.
See our window. Koch and Henne.-
.Adv.
ANN ARBOR CHOP SUE Y
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30. a. m. to midnight
-Steaks and Chops 814 8. State

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Club

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SPEAKERS
Frank L. Murphy '17 L Geo. J. Burke '07 L
Prof. W. D. Henderson.

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7:30 P. M.

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