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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921.

Number 140.

iate School:
here will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School"
esday, April 26, at 4 p. m. A. H. LLUYD.
1 Faculty:
he regular meeting of the full teaching staff will be held Wednesday
ng, April 27, at 6:15 o'clock.- MARCUS L..WARD.
ematical Club:,
,uncheon will be served at the Union, Wednesday noon, April 27. On
nt of 1 o'clock classes the time wll be 12:05. The number of the
will be announced on the Bulletin board at the Union.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
al Lectures:
[r. James A. Veasey of the Oklahoma Bar is delivering a series of lec-
to begin April 25 on the law relating to Oil and Oil Wells, daily at
p. m., Room G in the Law building. The course is open to law stu-
and- all others interested.
H. M. BATES, Dean.
Cork Will Address Physics Colloquliun:
ir. J. M. Cork will address the Physics Colloquium on Tuesday, April
i Room 202 Physics building, at 4:20 p. m., qn "The Change of Elec-
e Maass with Velocity". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.

4 INSW1IMMNG NOTICE COLLEGE STATUS
All swimming suits issued to (Continued from Page One)
Eembers of the informal team leges to be placed on the accredited
should be returned to the Intra~ list of the University. After a junior
mural office at once. In return- college has been put upon the accred-
Two lIeets Between Ohio and Michi- ing suits men are requested to ited list, it will be similarly inspected
gan Show Tie as Result leave the siza jersey worn. at least every two years. If at any
---- time a committee of inspection re-
Complete results of the rifle contest ports that conditions in a given jun-
between the R. O. T. C. of this Uni- usior college have become unsatisfac-
versity, and the R. O. T. C. of Ohio In signing up for the Ali-campus tory, the University may refuse to ac-
State university *were obtained last tournament, men should specify at cept students from that college one
Friday when the second contest be- what hours they viii be able to play. year after notification to the college
tween these schools was held. Entries may be made for both tOUI- to the effect that it has failed to meet
The contest held March 22 did not neys at the Intrsmural office or by requirements.
materialize because different targets phoniig 2268. Honor System Extended
were used by each school. The scores ~~- The literary faculty at its meeting
made were kept, however, and the 4esoerdai 's G esterday also voted to extend the
contest was continued April 22. The h ouor system to small classes in
second contest resulted in one win for - - which juniors, seniors, and graduate
Michigan and one win for Ohio State. American League . udents predominate under the same
At the second contest Mich "an fired Cleveland 5, Detroit 3. conditions as those set forth in the,
on the targets used by Ohio State inj Boston 3, Philadelphia 2. irst semester to seniors and gradu-
the first, and Ohio State on those used Washington 5, New York 3. ate students.
in the first contest by Michigan. St. Louis-Chicago--rain. A revised statement of the combin-
The final scores were as follows: On ed literary-dental course was adopted
Ohio's targets Michigan scored 1,147 Nalional League which was made necessary by the re-
out of a possible 1200, and Ohio State Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2. (quirement of one year of college work
counted up 1,119; on Michigan's tar- Brooklyn 4, New York 1. nor admission to the dental college.
gets Ohio received 1.113 and Michigan Pittsburgh 6, St. Louis 5.
1,072. Philadelphia 7, Boston 5. FAYER LECTURES IN ROMEO; ,

SENIOR

Seniors who have not ordered
caps and gowns are requested to
do so at once at George Moe's
store.

I

News of the Day
IN BRIEF
Chicago, April 25.-Charging that
Valparaiso university at Yalparaiso,
Ind., is "a hotbed of Bolshevism, of
communists andother cults," and that
all efforts of his to thwart this pro-
paganda had failed because of "sinist-
er inside influences" Daniel Russel
Hodgeon, president, sent his resigna-
tion to the trustees Monday.
Washington, April 25.-The senate
today confirmed Washington Gard-
ner, of Michigan, as commissioner of
pensions.

New
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al Board Vocational Education:
11 Federal Board wards are requested to report to the
201JXniversity Hall at their convenience between 2 and
l'uesday an'd Wednesday to sign purchase authorities.

Counselor in
4 p. m. Mon-

F. B. WAHR.
dents Interested in Play Writing:
There will be a meeting of all those students interested in play writing
Room 202, West Hall, on Thursday afternoon, April 28, at 4 o'clock.
R. W. COWDEN.
SScroll:
An important business meeting of the Scroll wilT be held at 8 o'clock
dnesday, April 27, in Room A, Alumni Memorial Hall, for nomination of
cers and other buisness. A full attendance is desired.
ORMA F. BUTLER.
lytes:
The next regular meeting of Acolytes will be held Tuesday evening,
il 26, at 8 p. in. Paper, Miss Rose Gutterman, "Coeducation at Mich-
n". .MARTEN TEN HOOR.
Arch-Acolyte.
dor Ieehanical Engineers:
Mr. J. J. Garvey of the Western Electric Company, Chicago, will be in
n Arbor on April 27 and 28 for the purpose of interviewing Seniors who
y wish to consider a position with the Western Electric Company. His
dquarters for these dates will be Room 221, Engineering building.
H. C. ANDERSON.
sques
.n important meeting of the Masques will be held Tuesday, April 26, at
0 p. M. in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Every member of Masques is urged.
be present, as plans for the annual spring play will be decided upon and
work assigned to the committees.'
Annual dues not already paid should be paid at this meeting.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Players Club:
.The election of officers, postponed from April 7, will be held Wednes-
April 27, at 7 p. m. in room 203 Mason Hall. Faculty members of the
b will meet at the same time to elect the directors.
CARL L. DAHLSTROM.
Beta Kappa:
The Annual Business Meeting of the Michigan Chapter, Phi Beta Kappa,
1 be held Tuesday, April 26, 1921, in Room 204, Mason Hall, 4:15 p. m.
Election of new members. Election of of'icdrs. Reports, etc.
All resident members, whether of this chapter or others, are invited to
nd. JOHN W. SCHOLL, Secretary.

-ENDERSON TALKS IN PONTIAC union
PREFERENCE TO LAWS CLOSES A
7'ayior 10o fM eet j 7NIGT FOR CREASE TICKETS; Prof. W. A. Frayer, of the history wpen
' ursday Progas Are in Form of Warranty partment, addressed the Monday 3pe
and Quit Claim club last night at Romeo on the sub-
Deed ject, "The Great Russian Revolution". ub
Gus Copulos, who recently defeated Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the Exten- laste
Johnny Layton, present world's chain- Preference for the sale of tickets tai'ion service, lectured on "The Art of polite
pion three cushion, billiardist, will Prfsce for the fi to Study before a gathering of public polic
' laws closes tonight for the annual colu=
meet Al Taylor, Union professional, in Crease dance, scheduled to take place school students yesterday morning at const
two exhibition matches Thursday. Friday night at the Union. Starting'Pontiac. others
Copulos defeated Layton in Detroit Both lectures were given under the
several weeks ago by the ofie-sided ahopen to the entire campus, providing auspices of the Unversity Extension; Two t
score of 350 to 242 in a six day game there are any tickets left. service. Twc
of 355 innings. thrarantiksle.II ,
Dean Henry M. Bates and Mrs, the n'
Al said Monday, "In my mind, Co- Bates will act as patron and patron- CONTRIBUTIO NSWANTED FOR traini
pulps is the best three cushioned play- ess at the affair. All the law faculty LAST ISSUE OF WHIMSIES bank
er in the country today. A man that and their wives have been asked to. mittee
can win from the world's champion -:t as chaperones. Whimsies' last issue this year will Prof.
by such an uneven score is undoubt The programs are in the form of a appear some time in May, and all Calho
edly a player that will have to be reck- warranty and quit claim deed. The students are urged to submit contri- this c
oned with in all future billiard tourna- whole dance is to be conducted in butions such as essays, poems, short born
ments." what is said to be "a genuine law stories, and one-act plays for this final goodf
Copulos will give a short talk after £ahion". number, must
each exhibition on how the billiard __All those who intend to send in comm
player should use the table diamonds Ask your students if their text books poems for Whimsies' prize-poem con-
in judging his shots. The first game would not be worth tic per hundred test should mail them by May 1, to
will be played at 3 o'clock on Thurs- pages more to them if mimeographed Whimsies, Box 147.
day afternoon and the second match O book paper. Edwards Bros., 3101
will be played at 8 o'clock on the State St.-Adv. Have you lost anything that you
evening of the same day. Admission prize very highly? The Classified
ein Cirola portable phonograph only columns of The Mi'chigan Daily are
will be 50 cents and tickets may now $3500. Thrun Music Houses-Adv. always ready to serve you.:-Adv.
be lrocured at the desk in the Union
billiard room.

N York, April 25.-A nation wide
on May 1 of more than 175,000
[zed marine engineers, firemen,
eamen was threatened today
,the union refused to consider
sed wage cuts averaging 25 to
r cent.
lin, April 25.-Fighting which
12 hours yesterday between 14
men and a Republican flying
n resulted in the death of one
able and the wounding of several
s.
to Be Named for Bank Training
o men will be nominated within
ext few days to join the college
ng class of the National City
of New York by the faculty com-
e on nominations composed of
David Friday and Prof. W. P.
un. In order to be. eligible to
lass a man must be an American
citizen, must be a member in
standing of the senior class, and
be nominated by the faculty
ittee on nominations.

IMPORTED CAPS
AT
DONALDSON'S

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WHAT'S GOING ON

TUESDAY
-Initiation banquet
, Union.
-Alpha Kappa Psi
st William street.

of Phi Sig.
meets, 609

7:00-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
of Music.
1 :30-Canadnia club holds business
meeting, room 306, Union.
7:30-Meeting of Howe club, Union.f
S:00-Spotlight vaudeville, Hill audi-
torium.
WEDNESDAY
4:15-Profs H. P. Thieme lectures on
"Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme," room
203, Tappan hall.
7:00-L-pecial meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth ftoor, University hall.
7:00-Camp Davis" smoker, Union.
7:15--Meeting of Student Council com-
mittee on underclass conduct, room
302, Union.
S:00-Meeting of the Scroll for nom-
ination of officers, room A, Alumni
Memorial hall.
U-NOTICES
During this week freshmen and any
others who wish should report be-
tween 3 and 5 o'clock any day except
Wednesday and Saturday for phys-
ical examiation.
Sale of tickets for soph lit afternoon
dance starts at 3 o'clock today in
the Union lobby.

ICommunication
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
There are probably a few members
of thb student body and faculty who
are interested in theosophy. I, for
one, identify myself with this phil-
osophy and feel sure that others do.
Conducive in gaining a clear insight
into the.teachings of Judge and Blavat-
sky is a discussion of the ideas pre-
sented.
All who are seeking light on this
subject no doubt feel the need to meet
and talk with others upon theosophy.
Is it not possible for those persons to
meet and know each other? I shall
be pleased to hear from any who are
interested and will endeavor.to form
alocal lodge.
M. R. DICKIE, '22E.
ALL-CAMPUS VOTE
NOMINATIONS DUE
All classes and general campus or-
ganizations must submit the names of
their candidates for office in the All-
campus election by May 1, according
to the Student council. The council
wishes to emphasize the importance of
sending the nominations in at once
in order that the ballots for the elec-
tion may be printed as soon as possi-
ble. This information should be sent
to Donald J. Thorp, '21, chairman of
election committee, Union.
The spring election will be held
May 11 and the record and qualifica-
tions of each candidate will be print-
ed before hand in The Daily.

Intramural l tems
The following games are scheduled ,
for Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock
-Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. 'Zeta Beta
Tau, Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Phi
Sigma Kappa, Sigma Nu vs. Alpha Beta
Phi; at 4:30 o'clock-Sigma Phi vs.
Delta Tau Delta, Psi Upsilon vs. Sig -
ma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Chi vs. Delta
Sigma Phi; at 6:45 o'clock---Xi Psi
Phi vs. Phi Rho Sigma, Delta Si:ma
vs. Nu Sigma Nu.
Games scheduled for this afternoon;
will be played tomorrow afternoon
There will be no games Wednesday on
account of the Varsity game with Kal-
amazoo college. Up-to-date the fol-
lowing games have been played: Beta
Theta Pi beat Phi Kappa Psi in a
rather loose game. 5 to 3; Alpha Rho
Chi overcame Theta Xi, 4 to 6. in a'
game featured by good fielding on thel
part of the winners; Alpha Chi Sigma
fell before Phi Beta Pi, 3 to 2; the
winners coming from behind and mak-j
ing their three runs in one inning;
Alpha Sigma nosed -out Alpha Kappa -
Kappa, 11 to 10, overcoming a five run
lead to do so; Acacia shut out Delta
Theta Chi, 5 to 0, due to the great
pitching of M ctrmack; Phi Chi scor-
ed a win over Sigma Delta Kappa, 4
to 3, in a game in doubt from start to
finish.
BOWERS, CAMPUS CHAMP, TO
COACH FRESHMAN NET MENJ

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week. Edwin C. Bowers will take !
charge of the first year squad and has W E AW T YUI
urged all the new net men on the
campus to get in as much practice as
possible. Your orders for Groceries, Meats and Ta
Bowers, who with his partner hase n
been campus doubles champion sev- eficiently fil
eral times, is not eligible to compete
for the Varsity because he has re-
ceived his degree from the literary col- j
time, however, to coaching the first W E N 4N;E S
eged He has consented to dete hEiMN G
year net men. 219-223 EAST WASHI
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slowly or the All-campus and nterEP
fraternity tennis tournaments. All
contestants and houses must have

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