men, say members of the committee.
It is late in the year and failure to
know and obey the traditions set forth
-will not be tolerated. , The committee
will hereafter exert a closer watch
and offenders will be severely dealt
with. All complaints should -be sent
to Thorne J. Brown, '23, 1003 East
Huron street. They should contain
the name and address of the offender,
cause of complaint, and the name and
address of the person preferring the
Balls ".^'' " ""5"'4'
Mitts Let Us Care For Your Athletic Needs
MAY 7, 1921.
UN I VER S IT
egular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, May
in the office of the President.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
id Extemporaneous Contest:
reliminary contest, will be held this Saturday morning, May 7.
stants will report in Room 304, Mason Hall, in the following order:
s from A-D, 9 o'clock.
s from E-G, 9:30 o'clock.
s from H-L, 10:00 o'clock,
s from M-Z, 10:30 o'clock.
ninary speeches will be four minutes in length. Contestants will
red to speak on some phase of the._Columbian Treaty Question.
r topics on this question will be assigned at the contest, Saturday
EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, Chairman.
Scholarship in Zoology:
igh the generosity of Dr. Bryant Walker a summer scholarship in
of the value of $75.00, entitling the holder to free tuition at the
;iological Laboratory, at Woods Hole, Mass., is available. The
,sts six weeks. University credit may be obtained for courses pur-
he laboratory. Appointment to this scholarship is made upon rec-
Lion of the staff of the Zoology department. Application should
a't once to the undersigned, Room 452, Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Players Club will present four one-act plays, Thursday evening,
t 8 p. m., in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Members may get tickets
selves and' guests, Monday, May 9, at Wahr's Bookstore.
ROBERT B. RITTER, Treasurer.
THE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
ve carry complere stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
cans for all "touch.upe jobs around the house.,
Le E. W-EN ZEL
Painting and Decorating
101-193 So. Main St.
$30 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)
Member of the Federal Reserve System.
ANN ARBOR PHONE 84
YPSILANTI PHONE 171
t _ d
PROGRAMS and INVITATIONS
H AT'S GOJNG ON
-Important meeting 'of junior
s, room D, Law building.-
-Senior engineer baseball prac-
south Ferry field..
-Varsity band meets, University
; full uniform.
- Michigan - Chicago baseball
ie, Ferry field.
-Regular meeting of Upper Room
le class, upper room, Line hall.
-Craftsmen's. club meets for
tion of officers, Masonic temple.
-University Men's Bible class
>ts, upper room, Lane hall.
-Choral Union rehearsal of the
ijah," School of Music.
-Glee ,club rehearsal, 'Union.
-Unitarian Young People's socl.
meets at church for outdoor
-Mother's Day Guild meeting,
-Bernard Ginsburg, of Detroit,
resses Menorah society, Lane
df tickets for single May festival
certs starts at 8 o'clock today,
tool of Music.
)STPONED; DATE SET MAY 23
ause of absence from the city on
art of President Marion L. Bur-
the All-Publications banquet
h was to be held Thursday even-
May 12, has been postponed un-
nday evening, May 23. As Pres-
Burton was to be the principal
ter of the occasion the Board
ontrol of Student Publications
ht best to hold the banquet at a.
date when he could be present.
e purpose of the affair is to get
tudents who have been working
e various publications together
good time, and to show some
;nition for the work which they
been doing. Anyone _who has
ed consistently on any publica-
this year is invited to attend' the
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ings, bible study, missionary, finance,
social, association news, social serv-
ice, conventions, and conferences; it
would be part of an organization which
is national and international; the del-
egates would vote at conventions:-A
real Y. W. C.,A. has never been given
a chance here at the University for
our, organization has not been affili-
ated with the national board for many
years. The disadvantages are: Mem-
bership limited by the Y. W. C. A.
basis; the possibility of having to
compete with the women's department
of the S. C. A. Under this plan the
oganization would have to assume the
whole esponsibility of financing a
building and budget.
May Join National Board
The third plan proposes a Y. W.
C. A. affiliated with the national
board and incorporated in the, wom-
en's department'-of the S. C. A. The
advantages are: No women of Chris-
tian faith will be excluded from mem-
bership; the organization will pro-
vide for united religious work among
the women and will make possible
coxoperation with the churches and
with the men; besides the Y. W. C. A.
program there could be one suitable to
local conditions. The greatest, disad-
vantage is the difficulty of working
out the organization. The S. C. A. ,and
the Y. W. C. A. have different mem-
bership basis. OIt has been felt by
some that the women might be at a
disadvantage due to their smaller pro-
portion of membership in the associa-
FRESHMEN WARNED TO WATCH
CONDUCT BY COMMITTEE
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2. Th6 pot must be off on entering
the stands at Ferry field, and must
stay off until the freshman is seated.
3. The pot must be taken off upon
entering all buildings on the cam-'
4. "The Yellow and Blue" must be
known by all freshmen.
5. Freshmen must be :ourteous to
all upperclassmen at all times, always
allowing a man of higher class to pre-
cede them through a door or at a
6. The wearing of "M" watch fobs
and charms will not be tolerated.
7. Freshmen should never smoke
a pipe on the campus, nor an "I"
pipe at any time.
8. They should not sit on the sen-
This is a final warning to all fresh-
Thermos Bottles, Cameras
"Everything in Printing""
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112 S. MAIN STREET
College friends are friends for life.
Deepen and broaden your friendship now
by a pleasant chat over a refreshing drink
You a e mighty welcome at
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The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
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Use It--Then Decide1
We have quite a number of cars
the Upper Room
ening at seven
Room. Prof. R.
the soloist. All
We will give
terms up to June, 7.
hnuts" or "Fried 'Cakes"
Callthem what you will,
we make the most deli-
cious in Ann Arbor. We deliver to fraternities and
We Wil Lend You
An AutoStrop Razor for a 30 day triat.
U you then decide to keep it, pay is tax
it. if not,, return it.
Any responsible party can ie or.
rangement over our Cutlery counter for
this Free Trial, which means you
moed not even deposit its value. If you
have 'a Charge Account. write. to usan
we will send it to you by mail
FOR SALE BY
Calkins - Fletcher
324 South State 'Street
E. and S. University Aves
711 Packard Street
cars home with you and you can
make money due to the high
Freight rates on automobiles
nn Arbor, Creamery
(MCKINNON & HALLEN, PROPS.)
123 W. Liberty Phone 664
We' also have Country Eggs, Butter and Buttermilk
320 Ea s t Huron Street