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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1921.

Number 135.

he Deans:
A.n important conference of the Deans will be held at the office of the
ident at 10 o'clock this morning.
M. L. BURTON, President.
,res Under Auspices of Graduate Club:
The fourth lecture in the series will be given by Professor J. S. Reeves
International Society and International Law". The public is invited.
itorium, New Science building, Thursday, April 21, 8 p. m.
MARTEN TEN HOOR, President, Graduate Club.
arch Club, U. of M.:
The Annual Memorial Meeting of the Research Club, will be held at 8
z., Wednesday evening, April 20, in the Histological Laboratory of the
ical School..
Papers in commemoration of the, centennials of Helmholz and Virchow
be read by Professor L. C. Karpinski, Professor C. V. Weller and Pro-
or Arthur Boak.
The Club cordially invites members of the Junior Research Club, the
ety of Sigma Xi, and the Phi Sigma Biological Society to be present.
H. H. iBARTLETT, Secretary.,
Lance Club:
The regular monthly meeting of the Romance Club will take place at
Union on Thursday, April 21, at 4:30.
A. G. CANFIELD.
shmen and Sophomores:
The Health Lectures required of Freshmen will be repeated for those
tring late and as make ups in the Natural Science Auditorium at 3, 4
7:30 as follows:
No. 1, Aprat 20; No. 2, April 21; No. 3, April 22; No. 4, April 25; No. 5,
il 26; No. 6, Ayril 28.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE, Director.

Rhetorie Instructor Weds Miss Siddon1
George Starr Lasher, instructor in'
rhetoric, was married April 12 to Miss
Mary E. Siddons, of Washington, D. C.
Miss Siddons is the daughter of Jus I
tide Frederick L. Siddons. The cere-
mony was performed by the Rev. Her-
bert Scott Smith at St. Margaret's Ep-
iscopal church in Washington.
Mr. Lasher was attended by William
Granse, '22L. The ushers were Alan
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King, '20E, Lyman Qejting, '20, Fred CRAFTSMEN'S CLUB NOTICE 1the
erick Ladue, and Heyward Siddons. All members of the Craftsmen's j der
Mr. and Mrs. Lasher will be at home club who intend to make the trip to
Detroit today are requested cu be at
at 725 Haven avenue after May 1. the D. U. R. station in time to make

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CLASS BASEBALL

WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
-Second of a series of lectures
the law and practice before piIt-
utilities commissions by Arthur
Ryall, of Escanaba, room G, Law
.ilding.
-Lecture by Prof. C. B. Vibbert,
the -philosophy department, un-
r the auspices of the Cercle Fran-
is on "The Attitude of the French
>ward the Peace Treaty," ..room
3, Tappan hall.,
-m eeting of entire editorial staff
Michiganensian, Press building.
-Varsity band practice in Univer-
y Hall.
-Student council meets, Union.
--lee club rehearsal at the Un-
-Round-up club meets, Union.
-Round-Up club meets at the
nlon.
THURSDAY
-Third of a series of lectures on
e law and practice before public
ilities commissions by Arthur H.
yall, of Escanaba, Mich., room G,.
av building.
-Web and Flange meets, Union.
-Mandolln club rehearsal, Union.
-Meeting of La Soeedad His-
nica, room 200, South Wing.
-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
U-NOTICES
Henry Steffen's class in Political
,ience 12 will meet at 4:15 o'clock
ednesday.
members of the Craftsmen's club
ho intend to make the trip to De-'
oit are requested to 'meet at 4:10
the D. U. R. station.

Class baseball managers are
requested to call 2268 today if
they wish to enter teams in the
tournament. League play will
start next week.
All candidates for the soph lit
baseball team should report at 3
o'clock today on south Ferry
field. It will be necessary for
men to bring athletic coupon
books. .
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Ethel Apfel Marries Clyde Driscoll
Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Clyde S. Driscoll and
Ethel Apfel, '21. The wedding took
place Wednesday evening, April 13, at
the Methodist parsonage of Ypsilanti,
the Rev. George W. Olmstead officiat-
ing.
Mr. Driscoll is an instructor fin
Fiench in the engineering college and
is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fra-
ternity. He graduated from Brown
college, Providence, Rhode Island, in
1920.w
Mr. and Mrs. Driscoll will be at
home at 328 East William street.
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