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THE MICHIGAN DAILI

OFFIA L B7,ULbLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1921. Number 141.

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ans:

The conference of the Deans will not be held today.
M. L. BURTON.
the Members of the University:
Owing to the fact that this is the last week that the Legislature is in
ior, the President of the University and Mrs. Burton will not be "at
e" today.
Barker's Lectures:
Students, faculty members aria townspeople will have an unusual op-
unity in hearing Dr. Charles Jiarker, who will speak in Hill audi-
0m today. His lectures on nialth and personal efficiency are both
rtainng and instructive. Women are invited to the meeting at 3:'30
)ck this afternoon and men to the 8 o'clock meeting tonight.
DR. WARREN E. FORSYTHE.-
iuate Students (Men):
There will be a smoker at te Michigan Union, Rooms 321-323, on
raday evening, April 28, at 7:30 p. m. Speakers, Prof. R. M. Wenley,
as and Professionalism"; Prof. Q. E. White, "Resea'ch: The Bond Be-
su the University and Industry".
M. TEN HOOR, President, Graduate Club.
ineering Students, English 21a:
The section regularly meeting at 5 p. m. Wednesday will meet at the
e hour on Thursday instead. M. TEN HOOR.
Chairman and Managers of Student Activities:
All eligibility lists and all inquiries. concerning eligibility for non-ath-
activities should heleafter be taken to Dean Bursley's office.
W. R. HUMPHREYS.
or Mechanical Engineers:
Mr. J. J. Garvey of the Western Electric CompanA, Chicago, will be in
Arbor on April 27 and 28 for the purpose of interviewing Seniors who
wish to consider a position with the Western Electric Company. His
lquarters for these dates will be Room 221, Engineering building.
H. C. ANDERSON.
cd Extemporaneous Contest:
The Second Extemporaneous Contest of the year will be held during
second week in May. Varsity Debaters and winners of previous Ex-
;oraneous and Oratorical contests are ineligible for this contest. All
rs interested in participating in this contest should mail their names,
t class and address, to the chairman of the contest committee by April
Preliminary elimination contests will be held. The first prize in the
contest will be a silver loving cup.
EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, Chairman.
1027 E. University Ave.
The re ular meeting of the full teaching staff will be held Wednesday
ing, April 27, at 6:15 o'clock. MARCUS L. WARD.
hematical Club:
Luncheon will be served at the Union, Wednesday noon, April'27. On
unt of 1 o'clock classes the time will be 12:05. The number of the
. will be announced on the Bulleti ad at the Union.
W'.XW. DENTON, Secretary.
aal Lectures: '
Mr. James A. Veasey of the Oklahoma Bar is delivering a series of lec-
s 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-
s and all others interested.
H. M: BATES, Dean.
tents interested in Play Writing:
There will be a meeting of all those students interested in play writing
doom 202, West Hall, on Thursday a'ternoon, April 28, at 4 o'clock.
R. W. COWDEN.
Scroll:
An important business meeting of the Scroll will be held at 8 o'clock
nesday, April 27, in Room A, Alumni Memorial Hall, for nomination of
ers and other buisness. A full attendance is desired.
ORMVA F. BUTLER.
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
will meet at the same time to elect the directors.
CARL L. DAHLSTROM.

SPRING SPOTLIGHT SCORES
SUCCESS WITH NOVEL ACTS
(Continued rrom Page One)
Spotlight Offerings an4 it should be
used again. Robert Dieterle, "24M,
sang to the accompaniment of the sex-
tette and the combination was pleas-
ing.
McCandless Encored
- Robert McCandless, '21M, is a sing-
er who never fails to get enthusiastic
encores and the songs he chose for
the performance were especially ac-
ceptible.
The act by John Cunningham, "23E,
Henry Morton, '23E, and Ge6rge
Schemm, '23, opened the bill. Their
songs were clever and new.
The Spring Spotlight played to a
fairly well-filled house and the house
was satisfied. Let us pray that it will
result in the permanent addition of a
piand to the Union orchestra. Incident-
ly, since that organization so far out-
stripped its work during. the opera, it
aws entitled to a little more respect;
the audience might have waited until
the last selection was completed.
BOXING CLUB WILL INITIATE
20 NEW MEMBERS TOMORRW
More than 20 new members will
be initiated into the Boxing club at
the meeting of that organization to be
held at 8 o'clock tomorrow
evening in the Union. The candidates
have been pigked from men on the
campus who have shown an interest
in the sport, and will be expected to
assist in the club's active work in pro-
moting interest in bcoxing at the Uni-
versity. -
D. C. Shelton, president of the club,
is planning a large initiation banquet
and an exhibition which will be held
in the near future, at a time to be set
later.
PRQF. REEVES LEAVES FOR
'INTERNATIONAL LAW MEETING
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves, head of the
political science department, left the
city yesterday for Washington to at-
tend thV annual meeting of the Inter-
national Law society, which is being
held the latter part of this week in
that city.
The society meets the last week in
April every year and discusses prob-
lems in the field in which they spe-
alize.AI

MACRI MAY AGAIN COACH best peoaching that a Michigan team '23 Lit
UNIVERSITY TENNIS SQUAD has had. Ticke
)Latelhes Close held Sa
(Continued from Page Tbree) Interesting competition is develop- ball ro
rially by his coaching two years ago ing among the candidates for the 12 o'cl
has b'een very sick and unable to keep team. Matches to date have resulted Univers
up with the court game. Word has in the following scores: Sanchez d in the
heen given out this week, however, Erick 7-5; Worcester d. Gregory 6-2, Nobe
that it is quite possible he will again 6-2; Merkel d. Zemon 10-8; Gustus d. play a
be able to be out. His return to the Gregory 6-4; Zemon d. Sanchez 6-3; sophon
coaching position is keenly anticipated Merkel d. Worcester 10-8; Jerome d. free.
by everyone interested in the net Gustus 10-8; Brick d. Zemon 6-3, 7-5;
game. Sanchez d. Angell 13-11; Sanchez d. Room
With the assistance of Dr. Lee, for- Worcester 8-6; Angell d. Merkel 4-6, 1ill St
mer coach, and Professor Boak, who 7-5, 6-3; Sanchez d. Kelsey 8-6; ;An-
both are out rounding into shape that gell d. Gregory 6-0; Worcester d. Ze- Have
they may take the Varsity material mon 6-2; Rei-ndel d. Brick' 6-1, 7-5; prize,
column;
in camp, and the possibility of Chris Worcester d. Jerome 6-2. always
Mack's return to his former duties, the-{
Varsity net men are assured of the Try a Classified Ad for results.-Adv. Patr

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Weatherbee's grchestra w
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nore lit class will be admitt
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FRESHMAN TENNIS CALL

Edwin C: Boyers, coach of the
freshman tennis team, has issu-
ed a call for first year net men.
Practice will be held daily on-
the two courts in the tier adjac-
ent to the Varsity courts. Play
wib begin at 2:30 o'clock every
afternoon.

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WIIAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
A0-Meeting of entire Michiganen-
nan editorial staff, Press building.
0-Dr. Charles Barker speaks to
vomen, Hill auditorium.
0- Kalamazoo-Michigan baseball
;ame, Ferry field.
1-Recital by dvanced' students,
chool of Music.,
*5-Prof. H. P. Thieme lectures on
Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme," room
03, Tappan hall..
0-Special meeting of Alpha Nu,
ourth floor, University ball.
0-Camp Davis smoker, Union.,
--Freshmen Glee club rehearsal,

8:00-Dr. Charles Barker speaks to
' men, Hill auditorium. x
8:00-..-Meeting of the Scroll for nom-
ination of officers, room A, Alumni
Memorial hall.
8:30 p. m.-Important ieeting of Web
& Flange after smoker.
THURSDAY
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
of Music.
7:00-Mandolin club rehearsal, room
304, Union.
7:15 -Glee clib rehearsal, second floor
reading room, Union.
8 :00-Concert by School of Musie
Girls' Glee club, Pattengill auditor-
ium.

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-Varsity band practice, Univer-,
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-Meeting of Student Council eom-
ee on underclass conduct, room
Union.
-Lecture by Jose M. Albeladeje,E
er auspices of La Sociedad.His-
ica, room 200, Tappan hal.
-Glee club rehearsal, assembly
, Union.
-Meeting of Pi Delta Epsilon, Un.-

U-NOTICES
Chairmen of senior lit and engineer-
ingtcommittees meet with presi-
dents of theirA classes, at 5 o'clock
tomorrow in the Union lobby.
The following chairmen of senior lit
and engineering committees will
meet with the presidents qf their
respective classes at 5 o'clock
Thursday afternoon in the lobby of,
the Unioh: R. C. Angell, P. W. Burk-
holder, C. M. Campbell, R. B. Mar-
shall, Z. B. Steinbaugh, E. M. Stev-
ens, and F. It. Storrer.

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