THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Dames will hold an
business meeting at 8 o'clock
r night'in Newberry hall. All
s have been requested to at-
meet at 4
ihman Girls' Glee club will
W o'clock Monday afternoon
of the University' Girls'
will meet at 6:30 o'clock
Hill auditorium. -All girls
ted to enter at the Ingalls
Sigma Delta Phi members will meet
at 12 o'clock Monday at the Little
Girls trying out for the indoor meet'
should take their apparatus examina-
tions on Monday and, Tuesday, April,
4 and 5.
Pledges for the D
campaign are duea
able at Newberry hall.
and are pay-
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Social service workers are needed Cab N iht To B
at the University hospital. Anyone C
wishing to do this 'work may sign up I
between 2 and 5 o'clock any afternoon io
at Newberry hall.
All girls who are interested in go- Cap night ceremonies will be held
ing to the Geneva Y. W. C. A. con- again this spring in Sleepy Hollow,
ieento he e ngevta tt.W.d A .m cton- where for many years succeeding gen-
Iference are urged to attend a'meeting erations of freshmen have celebrated
which will .be held at 7:30 o'clock their attainment to the rank of soph-
Tuesday night in Lane all. omores by burning their toques and
pots. Owing to the construction of
ANURSESBY CQUET TUEDAY NIGHT the new University hospital Cud the
presenec of large quantities of build-
ing material on the ground adjacent
N A banquet will be given by the to Sleepy Hollow, it was thought that
Nurses' Y. W. C. A. at 8 o'clock Tues- it might be necessary to observe Cap
day night in Barbour gymnasium. night in some other place. But after
The program has been arranged on going oyer the situation Friday mem-
a garden'plan to represent the growth bers of the Student council committee
and development of th Y. W. C. A. in charge of the event decided it
Miss Ruby Spring, of the University would be possible to use the old place
hospital, will act as the toastmistress. once more.
There will be speeches on the planting _
of the garden, the growth, the blos- DECORATIONS WILL
soming and the harvest. Mrs. Marion
L. Burton will talkon the harvesting. BE ARCHS' FEATURE
Music will be furnished "y a quar-
tette from the University hospital and Elaborate decorations strictly arch-
by Miss Burkley of the Homoeopathic itectonical will feature the annual ball
hospital. of the architectural college, which
will be held Friday, May 6, at Bar-
Get the habit. Follow the "ones who bour gymnasium.
tknew" to the Chinese Gardens.-Adv. Members of the committee in charge
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. of preparations have been working in
an endeavor to make the affair this
year surpass its predecessors. Archi-
tects of Cornell, Illinois, and Penn-
hat's in a Name? sylvania have dances of this nature
every year and some of the features
of these parties will be incorporated
ever try TUTTLE'S in the affair here.
when you wanted a Every student in the architectural
department was required to submit
nice lUnCh? plans for decorations and the scheme
as designed by Ralph Calder, '21A, has
Coaveniently located just one- been pronounced the best and accept
half block south of tle "Maj" ed by the faculty and committee on
-bout 100 tickets have already been
distributed among members of the
architectural school and beginning
April 6 the remaining tickets may be
C AOE had by the campus at large. Those de-
siring tickets are requested to mail
such request to Frank Andru, '21A,
E at 822 Arch street, accompaied by a
check for $5.
Presbytery Holds Annual Meeting
of Cedar St. Phone 666 The annual meeting of the Woman's
Missionary society of the Presbytery
of Detroit will be held April 5 and 6
in the Presbyterian church.
E N D A IL ,Y Among the speakers for this oca-
sion will be Miss Mary E. Burgess,
returned missionary from Urumia,
Persia, and Miss Sara E. Cochrane, of
o . .An open meeting will be held at
7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening, April 5,
at which a pageant will be given by
the Chinese students of the Univer-
t by the Season
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E was a young Oxford man, only twenty-seven when
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same kind of matter. He saw, too, just why an atom of
copper is different from -an~ atom of gold.
Atoms are built up of electrons. Each atom consists of
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grouped about it, like planets. Moseley actually counted
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Two Enments Announced
Announcement was made last night
at the Delta Delta Delta house of the
engagement of A. Beatrice Catlin, '20,
to Arnold Anderson, ex-'23. Miss Cat-
lin is a member of Delta Delta Delta
The engagement of Elizabeth Car-
ter, '23, to Anderson B. Meadows, '22L,
was announced last night at the Phi
Alpha Delta house.
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