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HIGAN DAILx

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OFFICI

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SUNDAY, M

o All Members of the Faculties and
A General Faculty Meeting will b
at 4:15 p. in., in the Auditorium of
At this time a statement will ber
gislative campaign and plans for n
Thile no final decisions in regard to t
rehensive building plan can be made,
ons which all of us' should underst
re, that we have a large and represe
ommittee on Student Affairs:
A Meeting of the Committee on s
ursley's ofAice, Room 2,ULtniversity Hal
:omoopathic Staff:
Dean Lloyd of thie Graduate Scho
0opathic Hospital, Monday, May 2, a
hysics Colloquium:
Mr. B. J. Babbt will address the
'in Room 202 Physics building, at 4
onstants by Magnetization", All inte
o the Members of the Choral Union
Rehearsal ("Elijah") Sunday, May
ay ("Aida") at 7 p. m. A full attend
rs for the Official Program must be
merican Chemtical Society, U. of M.
Professor W. L. Badger will add
on of the American Chemical Society
Iwoom 151 of the Chemistry building.
Subject: "The Boiling Points'
ractical Considerations."
All interested are cordially invited
iinior Research Club:
Meeting Tuesday, May 3, 8 p. .
SElection of Officers.
conomics i:
There will be no lecture in Ecofio:
o Students in Business Administratio
Harry A. Druya, employment man
peak to the class in employment man
aw building, at 9 oclock Monday mor
WHAT'S GOING ONll
SUNDAY
:30-University Men's Bible class
meets, upper room, Lane hall.
. :00-Prof. W. D. Henderson speaks
.on "What Students Should Read,"
Presbyterian church.
:30-Meeting of all juniors and seu-
iois, assembly hall, Union.
:00-Meeting of Japanese Students'
club, Lane hall.
00-Student volunteers and friends
meet for open air meeting, Lane
hall.
:00-Social half-hour followed by
Wesleyan guild meeting, Methodist
church.'
:30-Sumio Nesugi, of the University
of Chicago, speaks at Presbyterian
Young People's meeting on "From
Buddhism to Christianity."
30-Lecture by Miss Welthy Hon-
singer before Wesleyan guild on
"The World's Need and the Student's
Answer," Methodist church.
MONDAY.
00-Junior Ut baseball practice, Fer-
ry field..
:00-Prof. W. D. Henderson speaks
bofore Men's Educational club, room
304, U ion.
00-Mandolin club, rehearsal, Union.
a15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
80--F eshman orchestra proctice,

music room, Union.
TUESDAY ,
15--Meeting of American Chemical
society, room 151, Chemistry build-

" AL8BU L'L ET IN 1ATIONAL SPORTS
L INTERFRATERNITY TENNIS
TOURNAMENT STARTS MONDAY
AY 1, 1921. Number 145.
Following are the preliminary draw-
ings for the interfraternity tennis
Staff: tournament. All teams have not been
e held on Monday (tomorrow), May drawn and the entry list will be kept
the Natural Science building, open until Monday noon. The follow-
made in regard to the results of ou, ing games are announced so that the
ext year's budget will be discussed. teams may get started. A full sched-
the details of the budget or the com- ule will be published in Tuesday's
there are certain general considera- Daily. The following must be played
and. It is highly. important, there- at once:
intative attendance at this gathering. Alpha Delta Phi vs. Theta Chi, Zeta
M. L. BURTON, President. Psi vs. Delta Sigma Phi, Zeta Beta
Tau vs. Phi Delta Theta, Theta Del-
ta Chi vs. Alpha Beta Phi, Lambda
tudent Affairs will be held in Dean Chi Alpha vs. Sigma Chi, Alpha Tau
1, on Wednesday, May 4, at 4:15 p. m. Omega vs. Phi Sigma Delta, Theta Xi'
J. A. BURSLEY vs. Psi Upsilon, Delta Upsilon vs. Al-
pha Sigma Phi, Kappa Sigma vs. Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon, Sigma Nu vs. Phi
ol will address the Staff Club, Hom- Kappa Sigma, Kappa Beta Psi vs. Sin-
t 12 p. m. fonia, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Chi Psi.
W. B. HINSDALE, Dean. Two man teams will represent each
house. A match will consist of each
man playing two out of three sets of
Physics Colloquiur. on Tuesday, May singles, and if one house has not won
:30 p. m., on "The Change of Elastip both encounters in singles, two out of
rested are cordially invited to attend. three in doubles. Players from each
R. A. SAWYER. house should get in touch with those
from the opposing fraternities and ar-
_ range the games at the earliest possi-
1, at 3 p .m. School of Music; Tues- ble time. It has been suggested that
ance is imperative as the list of sing- if two houses can agree to play on
made up innediately, a certain day immediately after the
ALBERT A. STANLEY, Director. lunch hour the house located nearest
to the courts invite their opponents
Section: to lunch so that they will be in a po-
ress the University of Michigan See- sition to go to the field immediately
on Tuesday, May 3, at 4:15 p. m. in and be assured of getting courts.
f Salt Solutions. Theoretical and COACH YOST WATCHES
I to attend. GRID MEN SCRDIMAGE
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
(Continued from Page Three)
punting and the catching of punts and
Paper: Matro Clinic Inheritance in use of hands.
The following judges have been
R. 0. BRIGHAM. named for the various events as fol-I
lows: For line blocking and use of
hands by linemen: Tad Wieman,
mics 11 Monday, May 2. Hugh Wilson, and Ernest Alminding-
DAVID FRIDAY. er. For open field blocking and tackl-
t ing: Viggo Nelson, D. Lawler, James
n Department: Craig and E. J. Mather. For punting
ager for the Oakland oMtor Co., will and catching punts: Angus Goetz,
agement (Economils 34, in room B, Louis Reiman, George Lawton and
n. ing. Clifford Sparks. For starting, dodging
PROF. C. C. EDWARDS. and speed, and picking up fumble
balls: Archie Hahn, Mason Rumney,
Victor Pattengill and Abe Cohn. For
passing: Willard Peach and Squib
SUNDAY SE"'" INNext week more of the fundamentals
S will be given.the men and not quite as
_ E much scrimmage. With this induce-
CnnuArBo Pg vHn)E ment before them it is expected that
(Continued from Page Seven) the fiercest competition will result.
munion will be administered at 7:35 - - -
o'clock and 10:30 o'clock, with a ser- ACACIA, ALPHA SIGMA PHI,
mon by the rector at the second serv- AND PHI CHI WIN CONTESTS
ice. At 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon
there will be an address by a Jap- (Continued from Page Three)
anese student from the University of Beta Theta Pi vs. Kappa Nu; 4:30
Chicago on the subject: "How I Be- o'clock-Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Zeta
came a Christian." Beta Tau, Zeta Psi vs. Trigon. Phi
"Am I a Normal Human Being?" Sigma Kappa vs. Delta Tau Delta;
will be the subject of the 10:40 o'clock 6:45 o'clock at Fair grounds - Acacia
sermon at the Unitarian church. There vs. Phi Chi.
will be an outdoor meeting of the
young people's society at 4:30 o'clock
if the weather permits.' In case of
bad weather they will meet at the
regular time inside the church.
Rev. Ben Pershing, of Etna, Pa.,
will give the morning sermon at the
Trinity Lutheran church - at 10:30
o'clock, Sunday school being held at
11:30- o'clock.
Germgn services will be held at

10:30 o'clock and a sermon in Eng-
lish at 7:30 o'clock at the Zion Luth-
eran church, the subject in the evening
being "Jesus Our Attorney."
At the First Church of Christ (Sci-
entist) there will be a discussion at
10:30 o'clock on "Everlasting Pun-
ishment," followed by a testimonial
meeting at 7:30 o'clock in the evening.
A lecture on the reformers of the
church will be giveA at the Church of
Christ (Disciples) at 10:30 o'clock,
preceded by the regular Bible school.
There will be a Christian Endeavor
meeting at 6:30 o'clock and a talk
at 7:30 o'clock by a native Japanese
student who is preparing to return to
his people as a missionady.
TEEGARTEN, '17, IS AWARDED
SCHOLARSHIP AT COLUMBIA
Harold Benson Teegarten, '17, of
Greenville, Ohio, has been awarded
the Richard Butler Scholarship by the
university council of Columbia univer-
sity, Teegarten was an active work-
er on the campus, especially in ora-
torical activities. He was a member of
the Varsity Debating team for two
years, a member of the Oratorical as-
sociation, .of Alpha Nu, and secretary
of the Northern Oratorical league. He
was also a member of the Inlander
board and 'secretary of. the Intercol- 5C
l1egiate Prohibition league. Ti

Drawing were made yesterday after-J
noon for the interclass baseball tour-
nament. These. games will be played
on south Ferry field and will be of
the hard ball variety. Balls and catch
ers' equipment will be furnished by
the Intramural office. The schedule
will open at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday,
when the laws meet Crawford's sopho-
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CAMPBELL AND PRIERS TO R* Renaud Sherwood, '22, Dewey . , ,
HEAD DAILY .-NEXT -YEAR! gerburg, '22L, Thomas Tndermi
--'23L, Robert L. Drake, '21, and Stewi
(Continued from Page One) T. Beach, '22.
lication. VWilliam Stadler, '22E, was Prof. F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric d
partemnt, is chairman of the Boa
in charge the past year. this year, the other members bei
The nine men who were nominated Dean John R. Effinger, of the literi
for the three student positions on the i college, Prof. E. R. Sunderland, of t
Board in Control of Student Publica-! Law school, Prof. John W. Bradsha
tions are: C. Maurice Atkinson, '22, of the mathematics department, Ro
George 0. Brophy Jr., '22L, John M. % well Dillon, '21E, James 1. McClintoc
Winters Jr., '23L, Hugh Hitchcock, '22,['21L, and Ralph E. Gault, '21L.

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