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FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1921.
All Junior Engineers are requested to fill in the registration cards for
class directory. Cards can be obtained from members of the committee
n the Technic office. Cards must be in by Friday noon, May 6.
A. J. STOCK.
lege of Pharmacy:
A meeting of the Faculty will be held on Friday afternoon, May 6, at 4,
U. in Room 212 Chemistry building.
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
Annual meeting, election of officers for next year, and entertainment, 8
n., Friday, May 6.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
amer Scholarship in Zoology:
Through the generosity of Dr. Bryant Walker a summer scholarship in
ogy, of the value of $75.00, entitling the holder to free tuition at the
ine Biological Laboratory, at Woods Hple, Mass., Is available. The
lion lasts six weeks. University credit may be obtained for courses bur-
I at the laboratory. Appointment to this scholarship is made upon rec-
aendation of the staff of the Zoology department. Application should
made at once to the undersigned, Room 452, Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
The Players Club will present four one-act plays, Thursday evening,
12, at 8 p. m., in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Members may get tickets
themselves and guests, Monday, May 9, at Wahr's Bookstore.
ROBERT B. RITTER, Treasurer.
News of the Day
Washington, May 5. - The budget
bill was passed today by the house,
but with some changes as adopted by
the senate. It now goes to confer-
ence. The vote was 344 to 9.
Chicago, May 5. - Summing up the
entire testimony of the railway unions
affiliated with the American Federa-
tion of Labor B. M. Jewell, head ofI
the organization, declared today there
was no justification for reduction of
railway workers' wages and moved
that the wage reduction case now be-
fore the railroad labor board be dis-
missed. The motion was not acted on.
Dublin, May 5.y- Twelve Irish vol-
unteers were either killed or wound-
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account he large
ed, and one military officer was
wounded severely as a result, accord-
ing to an official report today, of a
trip by a party from a border regi-
ment to investigate an ambush which
occurred Tuesday at Tourmakeady,I
Liverpool, May 5. - In the Liver-1
pool and Birkenhead docks there are
today 155 vessels, aggregating 282,294
tons, lying idle, their idleness due al-
most wholly to the coal mine strike.
iand the consequent impossibility of
obtaining coal for the steamers' bun-
kers. The trans-Atlantic liners are
more favored than the cargo-carriers
because the former have obtained fuel
on the other side of the Atlantic.
Have you lost anything that you
prize very highly? The Classified'
columns of The Michigan Daily are
always ready to serve you.-Adv.
Sardines! Sardines! Four cans for
25 cents this week at Schultz Grocery. '
20# r. WASNMrOT.
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Ladles Party Gowns a Specialty
Beautiful line of combs for the
Architects' Ball. Saunder's Hair Shop.
Peaches! Peaches! Large size can
in heavy syrup for two bits this week
at Schultz Grocery.-Adv.
The Swazi Looking, Popular Shoe
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Ideal, All Round College Shoe
Same High Quality as the
TOM LOGAN GOLF SHOE
If your dealer cannot supply you
write us for catalog and prices
' HOMAS H. LOGAN COMPANY
Girls' see our beautiful combs for
the Architects' Ball. Saunder's Hair
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WHAT'S GOING ON
OW-Soph lit baseball practice, Fer-
00-31andolin club rehearsal, Union.
15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
:0-Regular, meeting of. Alpha Nu.
fourth floor University hall.
45-Gospel meeting, Lane hall.
00-Graduation recital, School of
:00-Architects' ball, Barbour gym-
30 Michigan - Chicago
game, Ferry field.
NOMINATION PETITIONS DUE
FRIDAY NIGHT AT LATEST
Announcement has been made by
the Student council that all men who
have been nominated for campus of-
fices by petitionshmust place these
,petitions 'in 'the hands of Donald 3.
Thorp, '21, chairman of the election
committee, by Friday night. Petitions
handedtin later than this time twill
not be recognized.
ALL STUDENTS NOW ELIGIBLE
FOR R. 0. T. C. INFANTRY
Major Robert Arthur, of the Uni-
versity R. 0. T. C., has received word
that the infantry unit of the R. 0. T.
C. passed satisfactory inspection, and
will be approved shortly. Consequent-
ly enrollment in the infantry unit is
opento students in any of the colleges
of the University. It is expected that
the officer who will take charge of the
infantry unit will arrive before the
end of the school year.
DETROIT CONCERN MAKES H. P,
TROSPER, '12, VICE-PRESIDENT
Harold P. Trosper, '12, of Ann Ar-
bor, was elected vice-president of the
Northern Assurance company of De-
troit at a meeting of the board of di-
rectors held yesterday. Mr. Trosper
has been with the Northern Assurance
company for the pasXthree years, hav-
ing made rapid strides ever since he
entered the concern.
Mother's D ay
Sunday, May 8
Send her a box f
We will pack for mailing
White Flannel Trousers
IAs & Pastes
117 South Main
Biddle's Book Store
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Boughtf Sold or
11 Nickels Arcade
ocilogy 30 students must leave Ann
Arbor by 5:30 o'clock Saturday in
order to make trip to Lapeer Train-
ing school, leaving Detroit at 7:55
o'clock, railroad time.
'RES. HARDING INVITED TO
SUPREME COUNCIL OF ALLIES
Washington, May 5. - President
ar4ing had before him tonight the
rmal invitation to the United
tates from the Allied governments
be represented on the Supreme
ouncil, the reparations commission,
id, the council of ambassadors.
Closing- Out Sale of
F. . Gross
at 309 South Main
One lot one half off
One lot'one third off
P UYEAR & H'INTZ
328 South Main Street
When you have gone back home,
And sit around to tell
Spring parties are now coming on and
you will need Flannels.
We are showing a splendid assortment
of white flannel and black and white
stripe flannels for your approval.
The scrapes and funny happenings
The "old folks" like so well,
It'll make a lot of difference,
When you talk of friends you know,
If you can hustle 'round and find
Some photographs to show.
So if you have some pals, Boys,
Who sort o' w1arm your heart,
Why, ask them for their photographs
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