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FRIDAYG APRIL 22, 1921.
rvice .len and Women:
1 students who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal servicedur-
e European War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete
tt of their service, are asked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue
basement of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This
s'to all University students, including th'ose who saw service before
ng in the University for the 'first time.
rcuiarizing4f all former students has been completed. By means of
ftice only will students now in attendance -at the University be circu-
lice hours, 8 to 12 and 1:30 to 15, .VIonday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
day, and Friday. Saturday, 8 to 12:30.
H. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
to All Seniors:
ie American University Union in Europe offers its services to Univer-
raduates planning to continue their studies abroad. The following
has been received by this University:
'here are probably some of your students graduating this Spring who
anning to continue their studies abroad during the summer and next
I shall, therefore, be glad if you will call their attention to the facil-
)iSered for their welfare and guidance by the American University
in Europe, at its London office, 50 Russell Square, and its Paris of-
rue de Fleurus.
ider another cover I am sending you the Union pamphlet, Peace se-
o. 2, containing information as to the activities of the Union. I shall
i to send a copy to any student interested, who may send me his ad-
(Signed) J. W. CUNLIFFE, Secretary."
ofessor Cunliffe may be addressed at Columbia University. Professor
Vibbert, Department of Philosophy, University of Michigan, is a mem-
the Board of Trustees and may be consulted on matters pertaining to
.e Second Extemporaneous Contest of the year will be held during
cond week in May. Varsity Debaters and winners of previous Ex-
aneous and ,Oratorical contests are ineligible for this contest. All
interested in participating in this contest should mail their names,
lass and address, to the chairman of the contest committee by April
reliminary elimination contests will be held. The first prize in the
ontest will be a silver loving cup.
EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, Chairman.
1027 E. University Ave.
e of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
.ere will be a Faculty meeting in the'auditorium of the Natural Sci-
uilding Monday, April 25, at 4:05 p. m. The Special order, the re-
n Junior Colleges, is being sent out by mail. .
ARTHUR G. HALL,. Registrar.
view of the patriotic cause to which the proceeds are to be given,
gulations relative to mid-week dances 'are waived for the Red Cross
r Ball, to be given in Barbour aid Waterman gymnasiums, Tuesday
g, April 26. J. A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.
Members of the Choral Union:
endance at the following rehearsals is imperative--Tuesdays, Thurs-
.t 7 p. m., Sundays at 3 p. M., School of Music. Thursday, April 21,
Ladies, School of Mtusic. Men, Music Room, Hill Auditorium, Rear
ce, East Side.ATr
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director.
Tau Omega 6-1. Kappa Nu won from
Cygnus by a 15-3 score. Phi Kappa
Sigma had an easy time scoring 17
runs to Phi Sigma Delta's 7 runs. More
games will be played this afternoon
on south Ferry field beginning at 3:30'
"SAFETY WEEK" EMPHASIZES
MOTOR TRAFFIC REGULATIONS1
This week has been proclaimed
"Safety Week" throughout the state
of Michigan, the object of this proc-
lamation being to remind motorists of
traffic rules. Ann Arbor police have,
printed lists of the city traffic rules,
copies of which can' be obtained at
Yesterday more than 60 drivers
were stopped by the police because
they dit' not have drivers' licenses.
The law says that all persons over
the age of 14 must have a city driv-
er's license, (which cost50 cents each.
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and pay 15c more for a book of a bookkeeping, accounting, bankin
hundred pages? Edwards Bros., 31041 English, and secretarial trainin
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"POTTERISM" by Rose Macaulay
"MAIN STREET" by Sinclair Lewis .
OTHE PEACE NEGOTIATIONS" ansing
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Friday and Satruday
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3 3 0 M A Y N A R D
S T R E E T
I SOPH LIT BASEBALL I
(Fill out the blank below and mail to Sopb. Lit. Athletic
Committee, in care of Intramural office, Priss Building)
Ann Arbor Address------------------------
What teams have you played with-----------
Position---- -----,----------------------- --
Are you eligible and ready for Soph Lit teams....
HAT'S GOING ON
enior 'engineer baseball prac..
oph lit baseball practice,
oul th and last of a sEiries of lee-
on the-law and practice before
utilities commissions by Ar-
3. Ryall, of Escanaba;, room G,
egular meeting of Alplia Nu,
. floor, University hall.
eture by Prof. George LaRue,
zoology department, on "San-
i and the Human Parasite,"
355, Natural Science building.
orspel meeting, Lane hall.
ichigan-Purdue baseball gamel
peclal meeting of Greater
'k club, in room 304, Union.
INTRAMURAL TENNIS NOTICE
Entries are now open for both
the fraternity and All-campus
tennis tournaments and should
be made at the Intramural office
at once. Two man teams will
,compete for fraternity honors,
and entrants in the campus meet
should specify when signing at
what hours they are certain to
be free to play. Call at the of-
fice, room 3, Press building, or
The following inter-fraternity base-
ball games are scheduled for this aft-
ernoon: at 3:30, Delta Kappa Epsilon
vs. Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Alpha Epsi-
lon vs. Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Nu
vs. Alpha Beta Pi; at 4:30, Sigma Phi
vs. Delta Tau Delta, Psi Upsilon vs..
Phi Sigma Epsilon, Sigma Chi vs.
Delta Sigma Phi.
Members of Junior engineer and
Crawforth's soph lit basketball teams
may obtain their sweaters by calling
at the intramural office.
All, class baseball managers must
notify the intramural office by Satur-
day if they intend to enter teams in
the coming tournament. Play will
start fNext week.
FIVE BALL GAMES PLAYED IN
Five gloveless, soft ball, seven inn-
ing games were played yesterday aft-
ernoon on south Ferry field in the In-
terfraternity baseball league. Kappa
Sigma defeated Sinfonia by a score of'
4-2. Theta Chi defeated Kappa Beta
Psi 14-13 in a game that required 8
innings to decide the winner. Delta
Upsilon with a strong team beat Alpha
Ann .Arbor, tate Ot.
Watch for pratlce dates In Michigan Daily
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Starting Satufday April 23 we will offer you your
choice of our entire stock of $9.00 and $10.00
K NA P P
nig tickets to the I.
tonight can be,
0. T. C.
members of the University R.
IERN EDUCATOR SPEAKS
O PRESBYTERIANS SUNDAY
am Arthur Ganfield, b.D., pres-
.f Centretcollege, Danville, Ky.,
peak at the morning service in
esbyterian church next Sunday.
11 also speak in the afternoon,
11 interview men and women in-
to their life work.
Ganfield has been president of
college since 1915. He is al-
ember of the executive commit-
the Y. M. C. A. of the state of
ky and the state board of Ken-
Sunday. School association. In
n to his D.D. degree he holds
grees of A.B., A.M., and LL.D.,
ed from various colleges.
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