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FTICIAL BULLETIN

SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921.

Number 128.

udents and Faculty:
'e which was to have been given on Friday afternoon, April
:orium of the New Science building, by Professor C. M. Au-
lections on the American Revolution" will be given at 4 p.-m.
it 2, in the same auditorium.

1

C. H. VAN TYNE.

ithi Staff:
Staff Club, Homoeopathic Hospital, will be addressed at 12 o'clock,
April 4, by Mr. Fred N. Scott, Professor of Rhetoric.
W. B. HINSDALE, Dean.
s 2 - Written Examination on Monday, April 4, at 2 p. m.:.
nts will please go to the following rooms for the examination:
[r. Seltzer's sections meet in Rooip 348 Engineering building.
Ir. Ellis' sections meet in Room 348 Engineering building.
fr. Chamberlain's sections in Room 101 Economics building.
Ir. Lubin's sections ini Room 101 Economics building.
Er. Fleck's sections in Room B Law building.
fr. Cahow's sections in Room B Law building.
[r.; Benner's sections ii the Auditorium (Room 112). PharmacoV
ogy building.1
DAVID FRIDAY.
in Engineering and Architecture:
inations to remove deficiencies will begin on April 22. See the
of subjects and dates posted in the halls and in the Secretary's
udents must secure slips from the office to present to-instructors
examinations. LOUIS A. HOPKINS.
Departments and All Others. Interested:
University Exchange relative to construction of new apparatus
iments, and repairs and adjustments to the same. The Ce'ntral
now fully equipped to take care of this work for the Univer-
nder the Clock Tower".
G. H. HARRISON,
Assistant Superintendent of Eng. Shops.
d

STATE EDUCATORS' FINAL
SESSIONS"YETERAY
(Continued from- 'age One)
fishes of the University museum, gave
two papers. Other papers were read
by C. W. Creaser, assistant in zoology,
and by W. Koelz and J. Van Oosten. A
dinner in honor of the members of the
biologicdl section was given at noon
in room B 100 of the Natural Science
luilding.
Officers for the, coming year were
elected at the business session of the
Michigan Society for the Promotion
of Agricultural Teaching in the lec-
ture room of the Law building, last
night. It was decidedat the meeting
to hold the next conclave in. Ann Ar-
bor. Following the business meeting
Prof. E. L. Grover, of M. A. C., and
Supt. Charles Poor; president of the
State Teacher' association, spoke.
Dr. E. F. Barker; National Research
Council Fellow, spoke on the "Recent
Developments in OurNotions of the
Constitution of Matter" in the- west
physics room in the afternoon, yester-
day. His work is the ascertaining of
the true c'onstitution of matter and
his paper revealed the results of his
most recent. discoveries.
Club Officers Elected
The officers and executive'committee
of the Michigan, Schoolmasters' club
for the ensuing year are: president,
Prof. J. B. Edmondson, of the educa-
tional department of the University;
HERE'S A HOME'6 FIRST-
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r
W HETHER a man' has just
arisen from a good
night's sleep or has just
come from a hard day's work,
a first class bathroom presents
more attractions to him than,
any other room in the house.
All of our plumbing fixtures are'
built to logk well and wear well.
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vice-president, Miss Leli Pyan, of De- I"BASE SQC.AL

troit Northeastern; secretary-treas-
urer, L. P. Jocelyn, Ann Arbor. The
executive committee is composdd of
Registrar A. G. Hall, C. S. Laizler, of
Mt. Pleasant,, and Jesse S. Gregg, of
Kalamazoo.
HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS PLAY
SEMI-FINAL ROUND TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
bucket in the Onaway-St. Joseph game.
For three-quarters of the game Ona-
way led the last year champs by a
small margin. A rally in the last few
minutes of play, featured by sensa-
tional shots by Kireger, put St. Joseph
on the long end of a 16-13 score. Kire-
ger and Ankli starred for the win-
ners. Hunt, McClutchey and'Morrison
played best for the losers.
Lake Linden'had an easy time piling
up 39 points on the East Jordan team,
East Jordan was completely outclass-.
ed and scored only 3 points in the
first half. Lake Linden ran in a sub-
stitute team in the second period- and
East Jordan ran their score up to .11.
Rose led the Lake Linden team with,
9 field goals. Gunderson was'the out-
standing player of the East Jordan
team.6

EXPERIENCE1--PROFRA. E.WOOD
"Social issues are so deep that one
cannot go far into them by reading
books. One's views should be based1
on immediate experience," said Prof.
Arthur E. Wood, of the sociology de-
partment, speaking before the Inter-
collegiate Socialist society last night.
"The need of socialistic groups is to
get away from dogmatism. There is
nothing scientific in that socialism
which explains situations by refer-
ence to phrases1" he. declared.,
To say that the forces of conserva-
tism are permanently in control in
spite of past history is absurd, ac-
cording to Professor Wood. The bal-
ance between radicalism and con-
servatism seems to be a permanent
aspect of the social situation.
All goods sold on the basis of Re-
p)lacement Costs at the Schultz Gro-
cery, 314 South State.-Adv.

(Continued from Page Three)
college practice games. On the V
sity squad last fall such men as G
bel, Cappon, VanOrden, Johns, Ban
Paper, Andrews, and Plancke were
products of Mather's coaching. Dur
the 1919 All-fresh seascn. His lat
task is developing freshman baset
men to fill the depleted ranks of
Varsity which graduation will ca'
this year.
With a wealth of veteran mates
on hand for next season and Mat'
to tutor the squad prospects se
bright for Michigan's first undispu
championship of the Big Ten in b
ketball.
MASONIC NOTICE
All Masons on the -campus are
vited to the meeting of the Craftsm(
Club this evening at 7:30 P. M.
Masonic Temple. Third Degree.-A
Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropod

% formerly with Mack
Let madesign and make your Spring at the Saunder's H
Dresses. Mrs. Eugene Crum, Vogue of every week Pho
Shoppe, Nickel's Arcade.-Adv, pointments.- dv.
Use the advertising columns of The Sunday night spec
Michigan Daily to reach the best of ican and Chinese, fo
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv. ment. Chinese Garc

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PS GOING ON

TTURDAY
annual dinners

Bar-

inee performance, of Union
Whitney theater.
>er Room Bible class meets
r room, Lane hall.
ftsmen's club meets for
egree work, Masonic temple.
ng people's dance, Unitarian{

ce of Union op.

SUNDAY
rsity Men's
upper room,

Bible class
Lane hall.

iversity Symphony orchestra
Hill auditorium.
Yonne, N. J., club lmeets in
)4, Union.
dent Volunteers meet in
all.
m forum previous to Union
, Unitarian Guild hall.{
sper for Episcopal students,

News of the Day
IN BRIEF
Washington, April 1. - Financial
and industrial subjects ranging from
foreign loans to the domestic agri-
cultural situation were discussed at
length by Prpsident Harding and his
cabinet at today's regular meeting.
It was indicated that no definite
conclusion resulted and that the rail-
road question among others still
awaited a. solution, which can be
worked out only when the administra-
tion has' gathered more complete in-'
formation.
Berlin}, April 1.-The suggestion
that the United States become the
creditor of Germany by accepting
German bonds in lieu of the debt the
Entente powers owe the United States
is popular with the Germans, who
have proposed it several times before
the recent overtures. '
It is regarded as unlikely, in Berlin
official circles, that the United States
will seriously consider such a propo-
sition until the Entente announces
positivelymthe total reparation sum it
will attempt to collect from Ger-
many. After 'this sum is' announced
the financial experts will be able to
judge Germany's ability to pay.
Washington, April 1.-Rumors via
London of conversation between Ger-
many and the United States as to ret-
aration payments brought an author-
atative statement from administration
officials today that the attitude of the
United States towards Germany is that
she must accept her responsibility for
the war and pey her obligations to the
the war and pay her obligations to the
Seattle, April 1.-The Pacific Steam-
-ship company this afternoon announc-
ed that complete and careful check

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nion services, Hill aunlitorium.
U-NOTICES
ice men and members of the
T C. may secure tickets from
12 o'clock today at the main
in the lobby of the Union for'
ilitary ball to be given by the
W. on Friday night, April- 8.
are now on sale for the sen-
culty law dinner to be given
15 o'clock Tuesday evening in
nion. ,
pular meeting of'the'Comedy
which was to have been heldi
lay, April 5, has been post-,
until after vacation.

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Slowly but Surely

Mary F. Minnis. Chiropodist, of survivors from the steamer Gover-
with Mack and Co., will oe no=,, sunk off Point Wilson early to-
aunder's HIair S1'o,. Tuesday day after a collision with the steam-
t.Ad .hone 2673-M for ap- e West Hartland, showed seven pas-
sengers . and three members of the
reight imported 'tf oe crew unaccounted for.
ward. Wild & Co , St.:te St.- The West Hartland which arrived
today' with the survivors, struck the
t Governor in a slanting direction, ac-
The Michigan Dsllv,-- Adv eording to the ship's officers.
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