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THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1921.

Number 142.

udents (Men):
rill be a smoker at tue Michigan Union, Rooms 321-323, on
ening, April 28, at 7:30 p. m. Speakers, Prof. R. M. Wenley,
rofessionalism"; Prof. A. E. White, "Research: The Bond Be-
niversity and Industry".
M. TEN HOOR, President, Graduate Club.
ures:
es A. Veasey of the Oklahoma Bar is delivering a series of lec-
in April 25 on the law relating to Oil and Oil Wells, daily at
Room G in the Law' building. The course is open to law stu-
I others interested.
H. M. BATES, Dean.
erested in Play Writing:,
ill be a meeting of all those students interested in play writing
2, West Hall, on Thursday afternoon, April 28, at 4 o'clock.
R. W. COWDEN.

MICHIGAN OIERCOMES'-
KAZOO{BY 2-0 SCORE
(Continued from Page One)
the eighth on Walkotten'se it,nearly
got a putout after he had slipped down
on the wet grass after his run for the
ball.
The two Michigan pitchers, in their
first appearance on the home lot, fully
satisfied critics by -displaying all-
around ability of a high order.
The game, despite the wet ground
that ordinarily slows up a game, was

Civil lEngineers
Will Make Trip
Senior civil engineers will make a
trip of inspection to Detroit and To-
ledo Ffiday and 'Saturday to visitj
construction works and industrial
plants of interest to them. Th4 party
will leave the Michigan} Central sta-
tion here at 6:30 o'clock Friday morn-
ing and will spend the day in Detroit.
The engineers will visit the power
plant at Geddes Dam and inspect the
Ford blast furnaces and some sewer
construction woAk at River Rouge. In
Detroit they will go through the Del-
ray power plant and a new bank

building.

bers of the party will attend the high-
way conference being held in Detroit.
,In Toledo they wilt visit the plant
of the American Bridge company, the
Toledo filtration plant and the Hock-
ing Valley docks. They will also in-
spect the large Cherry street bridge.
Men planning to make the trip are
asked to notify S. D. Porter, room
322, Engineering building, or J. M.
Sessions, surveying department.
Have your text book mimeographed
on book paper 'so the students can
write notes with ink on the back of
the pages. It costs very little more.
Edwards Bros., 310 S. State St.-Adv.
Daily advertising will spell prosper-
Ity for, you.-Adv.

PRO,
204 E. WA:

In the evening

fast, being played in 1
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Summary
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Walkotten, cf ...... 4.
Chapman, 2b.....3
rackett, 3b.......3
Staake, If .......... 3
Lambke, lb ........4
Andrews, c ........ 3
Petschulat, rf ......3
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Casteel, s....... 3
Fenner, p... ...3

hour and 501

ladies Party Gowns a

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Wright and Ditson's Strong Line of
T E NNI S R A-ClzE T S

and [apagers of Student
ility lists and all inquiries
s should hereafter be takent

Activities:
concertning eligibility for non-ath-
to Dean Burnley's office.
W. R. HUMPHREYS.

100 RACKETS TO SELECT FROM

[AT'S GOING ON,
THURSDAY
oral Union rehearsal, School
ic.
ndolin club rehearsal, room
pion. _
eting of Wayfarers, room 30.2,
portant meeting of P1 Delta
i, Union._
ee club rehearsal, 'seond floor
room, Unio'.
eting of Zoological Journal
oom Z 231, Zoological labor-
eting of Graduate club, with
es by Prof. R. M. Wenley and
. E. White, room 323, Union.
inual play of Oercle Fran..
Le Bourgeois Gentilllomme,"
Caswell Angell hall.
xing club meets, room -319,

neert by
mlee club,

School of Music
Pattengill -auditor-

FRIIDAY
eguar meeting of Alpha Nu,'
floor, University hall.
eeting of "Conoordia" Luther-
aients at club rooms, corner
Liberty and Third streets.
>bart guild party for Episco-
udents, Harris hall.
rof. Chales Cooley speaks on
Value of Radical Discussion"
Intercollegiate Socialist so-
room P 162, Natural Science
ag.
1-NOTICES
engineers must order' their
immediately at Wagner's store
,te street, as it will require a
or 10' days to get them after
ordered.
n of senior litand engineer-
>mmittees meet with presi-
of their classes at 5 o'clock
in the Union lobby.
ce club has 50 summer posi/
for men and women to offer
ers. Those interested call at
141, Natural Science building
or Friday-
.owing chairmen of senior lit
ngineering committees will
with the presidents of their
tive classes at 5 o'clock
day afternoon in the lobby of
aion: R. C. Angell, P. W. Burk-
C. M. Campbell, R. B. Mar-
Z. B. Steinbaugh, E. M. Stev-
nid F. R. Storrer.

NOTICE
If the following organizations
do not pay their bills to the 1921
Michiganensian immediately they
will be denied space in next,
year's Michiganensan.
Chemical Engineering society,
Cabint club,
Comedy club,
Delta Sigma Rho,
Griffins,
Girls' Glee club,
Galbns,
r 1921 Pharmics,
Sigma Delta Chi
Sigma Xi,
Stylus,.
Student Christian association,
Triangles,
U. S. Marine Corps club,
)Westerners club.
E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Business Manager,
Board in Control of Student
Publications.'
SENIOR LIT CLASS MAKES
PLANS FOR FINAL EVENTS
(Continued from Page One)
at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening,
June 29, accompanied by the Varsity
baid. A bugle call and the ceremony
of hoisting the flag will open com-
mencement day's formalities at 8:15
o'clock Thursday, June 30. The pro-
cession will form at 8:30 o'clock, and
the exercises for the sixty-seventh an-
nual commencement will be held at
10 o'clock in Hill auditorium.
Sings Will Be Held
Engraved cards with the wording of
an announcement form will be used
this year. Personal cards will have
to be enclosed in ordercto give the
effect of an invitation,each senior be-
ing entitled to two ,guests, as in other
years. Members of the committee will
be in the corridor of University'hall
from 2' to 4 o'clock today and tomor-
row to receive orders for cards.
Arrangements are being made for
members of all graduating classes to
hold sings each week after Swing-out
when the weather permits.
Warren W. Herron was elected base-
ball manager.
SCROLL CLUB NOMINATES
OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
The following were nominated for
next year's offices at a meeting of the
Scroll club, the classical club of the
University, last night in Alumni Me-
morial hall-: President, Herold Hunt,
'23, and Lydia Rideout, '23; vice-pres-
ident, Mrs. Emily M. Wires, '24, and
Cathryn Snyder, '24; secretary, For-
ence Rhodes, '23, and Eunice Fee,
'23 ;treasurer, Harry Hoey, '24, and
E. C. Connor, '24. It was decided that
the election would be held at the next
meeting. Plans were discussed for
having a play and social in the near
future.
AT THE PACKAR16
For comfort in hot weather, shirt-
waistdancing will begin next Thurs-
day eveningyAdv.
Patronize Daily Advrtisers.-AAdv

Totals .......
Michigan (2)
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Van Boven, ss .....
Perrin, cf .........
Shackleford, rf ...
Karpus, 3b ........
Johnsor, lb.....'.
Genebach, if........
Vick, c. .........
Liverance, p......
Schultz, p..........
*Klein............

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SPECIAL DISCOUNT ON ALL

COLLEGE GOODS AT
DARLING & MALLEAUX

Totals...........25 2 5 27 13 2
*Klein batted for Liverafte in third.
Double play, Casteel .to Lambke.
Struck oit, Liverance 3, Schultz 3,
Fenner 6. Bases oneballs, Fenner 4.
Passed ball, Andrews 1. Stolen bases,
Shackleford, Genebach. Time of
game, 1:50. Umpire, McAllister.
CAMP DAVIS LIFE DISCUSSED/
AT SMOKER HELD LAST NIGHT
Program Consisted .0f Speeches by
Johnson, Riggs, Roth, and
Walker
Rollicking strains of "Samuel Hall"
announced the opening of the All-
Camp Davis smoker held at the Union
last night. R. B. Alexander, '21E, the
toastmaster, introduced the speakers
of the evening, the first speaker be-
ing Prof. C. T. Johnson, of the sur-
veying department. He confined his
remarks to the students who are go-
ing to the camp for the first time.
Other speakers who touched upon
different phases of Camp Davis life
were: Prof. H. E. Riggs, of toie civil
engineering department, Prof. Filibert
Roth, of the forestry department, and
Johnny Walker, '20E. Music by the
Union tap room orchestra, smokes,
and eats completed the program.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB WILL GIVE
/ ANNUAL CONCERT TONIGHT
(Continued from Page One)
"Varsity" and the "The Victors"
will be the first number on the pro-
gram, the second being "When Daddy
Sings" and "The Old Man in a Tree,"
the latter to be sung by a quartette.
The entire club will sing the third
number which is to be composed of
"To a Wild Rose," "To the Spirit of
Music," "A Child's song," and "The
Call."'t
A reading, "The Lost Chord" will
be interspersed in the musical pro-
gram. "Tricolor," "The Snow Storm"
and "Dance of Gnomes" will be the
fifth number, while a reading "Sqene
at the Bathing Bach" will be the
sixth.
An octette will sing "I Love to Fbx
Trot," a' trio "Idle Dream," and a
quartette "Mazie." The entire club
will conclude the program in the
eighth number "springtime."
All-Medic Smoker to Be' Held Tonight
Music, talks, and "eats" will pre-
dominate at theannual All-Medic
Smoker to be held at the Union at
7:30 o'clock this evening. Dr. Udo J.
Wile will be toastmaster and Dean
Victor C. Vaughan, of the Medical
school, Dr. G. Carl Huber, F. A. Coller,
and R. Bishop Canfield will deliver
short talks.
Try a Classified Ad'for results.-Adv.

224 - 226 S. State Street

7 Nickels Arcade

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STORE OPENS 8:30

STORE CLOSES 5:30

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Dr

Alart iza

Turner

Will Lecture on Hygiene
Op Thursday, Friday and Saturday

Dr. Turner is one of America's recognized author-
ities on "Beauty and Health" and her lectures are prac-
tical and interesting. She will tell those who come to

hear her many things that will prove beneficial.

She

is a skin and physical culturist, and her methods re-

quire but a -few moments a day to brig results.

She

will tell you how to cultivate your hair, eye-lashes, eye-
brows, 'culture of necfk, bust, arms, and a beautiful,
youthful complexion; how to build up saggiig mus-
cles, toremove a double chin, wrinkles or lines, black-
heads, brown spots or moth patches, acnes eczema and
all skin blemishes.

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iVulletins
aven, April 27.-Yale

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olis, April 27.-Navy 2, Geor-1
2 (11 innings-darkness.)
Point, April 27.-Army t, Sy-
ton, N. J., April 27.-Prince-
ev'ens 1.
idge, Mass., April 27.-Har-
Jolgate 2.
lassified advertising and sell
seellaneous articles.-Adv.

Lecture to Women Only
Each Afternoon, No Children
Each afternoon from 2:30 to 3:30 o'clock Dr. Turner will give a lec-
ture to women in this store. This is a special lecture oi Hygiene, Physical
Culture, General Health and Care of the Skin. Girls under 15 not admitted.

(SECOND FL4,OR-REAR)

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Spring

Band

Bounce

Tickets at Bookstores
and on the Campus
5.0 cents

8 R.l

Thursday,

May

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