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DESIGNATE MAY ITO 8
S CHIN RELIEF WEEK

MMMBERS OF SOPH LIT CLASS
TO HAVE DANSANT SATURDAY

GRAND RAPIDS A1U
DONATION TO W

Nobe Weatherbee's Eight Piece
cliestra Will Furnish Music
for Afternoon Affair,

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Following an appeal for a woman's
building at the University of Michi-
gan, by Prof. W. D. Henderson, of the
University Extension service, Satur-
day, before the Collegiate Alumnae as-

Silver Lovii
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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1921.

Number 143.

FAMINE

CRISIS REACHED; MAY

can Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
ofessor W. L. Badger will address the University of Michigan See-
fthe American Chemical Society on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:15 p. m. in
151 of the Chemistry building.
ibject: "The Boiling Points of Salt Solutions. Theoretical and
cal Considerations."
.1 interested are cordially invited to attend. tr-
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Davis Notice:
wing to the absence of a number of students on Saturday, April 30th,
who are interested in work at the mess,. first session, will see Mr.
'lan at 11 o'clock, Saturday,,May 7th and those who desire to render
me kind of help during the second session will interview Mr. McFar-
the same hour, .Saturday, May 14th.
CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON.
I Lectures:
r. James A. Veasey of the Oklahoma Bar is delivering a series of lec
on the law-relating to Oil and Oil Wells, daily at 4:05 p. m., Room G
Law building. The course .is open to law students and all others

BE AVERTED BY AMER. Members of the soph lit class will
ICAN AID hold an informal dansant Saturday
afternoon in the Union ballroom. This
A call has been issued by the Amer- will be the only informal class dance
ican committee for the Chinese fam- of the year, and preparations are be-
ine relief fund for churches, schools, ing made for a capacity crowd.
societies, and clubs throughout the Nobe Weatherbee's eight piece or-
United States to observe the period of chestra will furnish the music. As
May 1 to 8 as China famine week. A the number of tickets is limited to
crisis has been reached in the situa- 215, members should buy tickets to-I
tion, according to F. B. Shipp, na- day to avoid being, disappointed. Ad-'
tional campaign manager of the com- mittance will be 75 cents for the men;
mittee. Unless immediate aid is forth- while women will be admitted free.
coming the situation threatens to be- Tickets may be secured at the Union
come one of the world's great catas- desk or until 1 o'clock Saturday at
trophes, he says. ~George Wahr's bookstore. They will

sociation of Grand Rapids, $900
pledged in life memberships by
Grand Rapids alumnae.
STATE TO OBSERVE SUNDAY'
MAY 8, AS MOTHER'S

was
the

DAY

Mother's day this year will fall on
Sunday, May 8, according to a pro-
clamation riecently issued by Gov. . A.
J. Groesbeck. In lis proclamation the
governor urges attendance at religious
services, and a display of the Ameri-
can flag as "a fitting homage to Am-
ericamn motherhood."
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 5. State St.-Adv.

Today is the last day
can be handed in for the
eous speaking contest,
E. T. Ramsdell, '23, who
o arrangements for
Ramsdel said yesterday
not believe that the catf
really understands that
open to all those who a
participate in other schi
He urged all those w
yet turned in their nal
interested in speaking
day. The preliminary e
run off the latter part o
the subjects being annou
The Daily. The final co
held the second week in
silver loving cup will b
the winner of first place.
ple have already hand
names.

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H. A1. BATES, Dean.

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AT'S GOING ON

m FRIDAY',
:0(--Meeting of prsident of grad-
uating classes and chairmen of all
senior reception committees, room
3"0, -Union.
:00-Meeting of Women's Cosmopol-
itan club, Newberry hall.
:0-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
=#30-Meeting of "Cocordia" Luther-
an students at clubrooms, corner
West Liberty and Third streets.
:45-Gospel meeting, Lane hail.
:00-Hobart guild party for Episeo-
pal students, Harris hall.
:00-Prof. Charles Cooley speaks on
"The Value of Radical Discussion"
before Intercollegiate Socialist so-
ciety, room P 162, Natural Science
building.t
SATURDAY
:0-Sopb lit party, Union.
:0 - All-campus spring matinee
dance, Barbour gymnasium. -
U-NOTICES
enior engineers must order their
canes immediately at Wagner's store
on State street, as it will require a
week or 10 days to get them after
being ordered...
ommerce club has 50 summer posi-
tions for men and women to offer
members. Those interested call at
room 141, Natural Science building'
today.
enior canes for lite, laws, homoeops,
architects, and pharmics ordered be-
fore vacation, are here, and orders
ftr all classes are still being taken
at Wagner and company's.
City News.
The large plate glass window of
he. Alliendinger music store, cor-
er of Liberty And fourth avenue, was
nashed about 2:15 o'clock Thurs-
ay morning and a clarinet valued at
75 take n. 'Victor ;Graham heard the
ash, but before he could reach the
ene the thieves made their getaway.
he glass, which is on the Fourth
'enue side, was valued at about
150.- No trace has been found of the
ieves.
Among the list ' of appointments
mt by Gov. A. J. Groesbeck to the
3nlte yesterday was George A. Mil-
n of this city. Mr. Millen is to be a
ember of the new conservation com-
ission.
Owners of vacuum cleaning ma-
ines in Washtenaw county are
arned to beware of men claiming
> be inspectors of such machines,
erbert Silvester, district agent of'
e Detroit Edison company here, has
en notified that imposters have been'
ipresenting themselves .as repair
en sent out by the company.
1 PRESIDENTS MEET WITH
RECEPTION CHAIRMEN TODAY
Presidents of graduating classes and
jairmen of all senior reception com-
ittees will have an important meet-
g at 5 o'clock today in room 306 of
e Union. Final plans for Swing-
it will be made and plans relative
the All-campus election May 11
ill be discussed. The days, on which
niors are to appear on the campus
caps and gowns and the dates o'
e senior sings in the latter part of
ay and June will also be decided

INVITATION ORDERS DUE
Absolutely no orders for sen-
for lit invitations will be taken
after today. Orders will be
received from 2 to 4, o'clock
today at the booth in the
main corridor of . Univer-
sity hall or may be mailed to the
invitation committee, 823 East
Kingsley street.
COPULOS DEFEATED
IN EVENING MATCH
By making a whirlwind finish, Al+
Taylor last night defeaTed Gus Copulos
of Det'roit 50-48 in a three cushion
match played at the Union. The game
was played in 78 innings and was even
throughout, the score being tied sev-
eral times during the match.
Copulos got away to a lead of 10
points in the early innings, but the
game progressed slowly, Taylor was
unable to get start'ed until the 40th
inning, when he tied the score at 20
points, and from then on the lead al-
ternated. The score was again tied at
39 in the 60th inning and still again
at 46 points.
Taylor . with 46 points to his
string made a run'of 3 and Was kissed
out of the winning billiard. "Gus".
added 2 more to his list and then Tay-
lor came through with the final point.
"Gfs" Copulos of Detroit defeated
Al Taylor, Union professional, in the
'afternoon block of their game 50 to
41. The match was hard fought as
is showp b-the score. Both Copulos
and Taylor were slightly off form
and as a result many easy shots were
,missed. Copulos completed the first
block in 89 innings, which is not up
to his standard form..
After the match Copulos gave a lec-
ture on the "Diamond System", the
style of play used by all three cushion
experts. Ie, also exhibited sone re-
markable fancy shots. Although off
form in his match, Copulos showed
some remarkable shooting in his ex-
hibition.
ses terday sGames

In a letter to President Marion L.
Burton, Mr. Shipp says: "The time:
between this and the latter part of
June will be the period of greatest
need and most acute suffering. Un-
less our help, in largely increased
measure, can be continued these
wretched people in their extreme des-
peration will eat the growing crops
aid thereby project into another year
this awful famine condition.
"In addition to all that America has
already done, several million dollars
must go to China in quickly follow-
ing installments during the next few
weeks. Otherwise much that has al-
ready been done will after all be
lost.
"A recent cablegram from the pres-
ident of China confirms the dispatch-
es previously received from outr own
committee in China to the effect that
at least 5,000,000 of these starving,
peoples are absolutely dependent, un-
til the next harvest, upon further help
from America. To keep these suffer-
ing millions alive during the next few
weeks is the unfinished portion of our
task."
The appeal from the famine fund
committee will be referred at once to
a committee to determine what plans
will be made for securing funds on
the campus to aid the Chinese suf-
ferers.
TECHNIC TO INCREASE SIZE
WITH FIRST ISSUE IN FALL
With its first issue next fall the
Technic' the official student publica-
tion of the engineering department,
will take on the standard size of the
average college publication such as
the Gargoyle and the Chimes. The
above action was taken by the advisory
board at a meeting recently.
The magazine will still be printed
quarterly as heretofore, the only
change being relative to size. The
next issue will be ready for distribu-
tion early in May.
Use Classified advertising an 4ell
your miscellaneous, articles.--Adv.

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American League
Cleveland 18, Detroit 4.
Boston 6, Philadelphia 2.
New York 9, Washington 5.
St. Louis-Chicago-rain.

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Brooklyn 2, New York 1.
Philadelphia 11, Boston 6.
No other games scheduled.
WENLEY, WHITE, AND LLOYD
SPEAK AT GRADUATE SMOKER'
(Continued from rage One)
Professor, White, discussing "Re-
search: the Bond Between the Uni-
versity and Industry", stated'that the
modern conception of research is prac-
tical investigation which.makes for
prosperity and more efficient employ-
ment. Under the new engineering re-
search department as explained by
Professor White, industries may have
use ofsthe engineering library and
general equipment by paying for la-
bor and special equipment used in
research for their benefit. The results
of the experiments will be 6pen to the
public and unpatentable.
Dean Lloyd summarized the prog-
ress made by the Graduate school this
year, and stated that with- proper
funds he hoped there would soon be
established for graduates a research
division for highly specialized work in
every department in the University.

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