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OFFICIAL

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HEAVY VOTE EXPECTED TO BE
CAST IN CAMPUS EJ1ECTION
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call, he has in two wars acted as a about the greatly reduced morbidity Vaughan the use o
[S valued adviser and investigator, and and mortality. Few men can meas- which he has don
by his aid in determining the cause ure up to his accomplishments and at- ever he shall unde
of disease and the application of corl tainments." research after his i
v- rective measures, helped to bring The Regents have tendered to Dean faculty.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 921.

Number m3.

senate :
ext and last meeting of the University Senate for the acatmic
1921 will be on Monday, May 16, at 8 p. . in Room C. Law

(Continued from Page One)
cording to the notice which was giv
en prominence for a number of day
but to give their records on th
morning of election would have bee
to give them an undue advantage.
It was emphasized that the nomi
nees for vice-presidentsiof the Sti
dent "Christian association are no
nominees of certain churches, bi
rather of the students who are of par
4icular denominations.

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INDOOR BASEBALLS Tegnis
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Let Us Care For Your Athletic Needs Golf

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JOSEPH L: MARKLEY, Secretary.

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The regular meeting wvill be held Thursday at 12:15 at the Michigan
n. MARCUS L. WARD.
ents in E. E. 36:
An unavoidable University engagement will prevent me' from meeting
class on Wednesday, May 11. JOHN C. PARKER.
ire Under, Auspices of Graduate Club:
The final lecture in the Graduate Club Series by Professor H. H. Bart-
of the Department of Botan , has been .postponed from May 5 to Wed-
ay, May 11, at 7:30 p. m., in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
ling. MARTEN TEN HOOR,
President, Graduate Club.
al Students:
Mr. John K. Bacon and Mr. H. Harrison are requested to call at the
s office at their earliest opportunity.
MARCUS L. WARD.
ersity of Michigan Post, No. 303, American Legion:
The regular meeting of the University of Michigan Post; No. 303, Amer-
Legion, will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Michigan
n. Every member is urged to attend.
FLQYD A. SERGEA.TT, Post Commander.
neering Students in E. M. 2:
t is proposed to give three experiments to illustrate some of the prin-
s of strength of materials.
1. Plotting of stress-strain curve for: steel.
. Measuring stress in steel I beam and testing beam to destruction
eck formula s equals Mc over I.
. An eccentric loading experiment to check formula s equals P over
is or minus M minus c over I.
the experiments will be given in the Engineering Mechanics Labora-.
Room 101 New Engineering building, on each of the following days:
*uesday, May 10, from 3-6 p. m.
ednesday, May 11, from 3-6 p. m.
hursday, May 12, from 3-6 p. m.
Friday, May 13, from"7-10 p..m.
rtudents from all sections of E. M.'9 are invited to attend. Please re-
on time. J. A. VANDENBROEK.
ner Scholarship in Zoology:
'hrough the generosity of Dr. Bryant Walker a summer scholarship in
gy, of the value of $75.00, entitling the holder to free tuition at the
ie Biological Laboratory, at Woods Hole, Mass., is available. The
n lasts six weeks. University credit may be obtained for courses pur-
at the laboratory. Appointment to this scholarship is made upon rec-
3ndation of the staff of the Zoology department. Application should
ade at once to the undersigned, Room 452 Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

BOARD OF REGENTS PRAISE
VAUGHAN'S WORK HIGHLY
(Continued from Page One)
national and national scientific and
social welfare bodies, and having held
a high office in many of them, he has
had a rare opportunity for influence
and vision in race progress and bet-
terment. Responding to his country's
Ir
"THERE'S NOTHING TO DO
IN THIS OLE TOWN"
Have you ever said that when
you're 'tired of the movies, and
your best girl is out of town,
and you feel sort of "unneces-
sary?"
Just note the address at the
bottom of this advertisement
and drop in here "just to look
around" and watch the players.
You'll soon find a partner for
a game of "rotation" or
"straight" and forget all about
your lonesomeness.
This is a clean, decent place,
one which you'll enjoy visiting
regularly. . Come in today.
HUSTON BROS.
Pocket and Carom Billiards.
Cigars and Candies.
Soft Drinks and Light Lunches,
Cigarettes and Pipes.
"We Try to Treat You Right"
No.2

SCHUMACHERE ARDWARE COMPANY
308-1 0-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS

Just

Received

Our new Spring Line of 1921 Hammocks and
ohlfeldt Couch Hammocks, Stands and Can-
opv complete. Just the thing for the Porch or
awn.

Also Porch Furniture, Chairs,

Settees,

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Camp Stools, Lounging Chairs & Couch Chairs.
While down town drop in and look over this line.

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AT'S GOING ON

WEDNESDAY
eltal by advanced
of Music. %

students,

eting of those' attending see-
np at Camp Davis to elect of-
room 311, Engifteering build-
rsit.y band practice, Univer-
11. Men who have not settled,
Band Bounce tickets do so
time.
Ahomore band tryouts meet,j

WOMEN TO HOLD
MASS MEETING
All University, and town wonen
Who are interested in the proposed
Women's building will hold a mass
meeting at 4:15 o'clock this after-
noon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
At this time plans for the proposed
building will be shown, and the new
Women's league officers will be form-
ally installed.
Due to the fact that preparations
for the May Festival are being made,
it is impossible to hold the meeting in
Hill auditorium as it was formerly an-
nounced. The meeting promises to be

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of great interest and. importance to
council meeting, room Iaill women.-

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You've said it all

.Naval reserve submarine-chaser
ing picture, room 243, Engineer-
building.
-R. 0. T. C. meets, Union. Elee-
of officers.
Meeting of University post, Am.
an legion, Union.
THURSDAY I
Varsity band meets for concert
he steps of the Library.;
Choral Union rehearsal, School
Music.
-Sophomore pep meeting for ex-I

n of Spring
ty Hall.

games rules,

CONCERT OF GIRLS' MUSICAL
CLUBS OF HIGHEST QUALITY
(Continued from Page One)
own compositions were also well re-
ceived by the audience.
The Madolin club played "Lotus
Girl" of Robert James and "Enchant-
ment" of Earnest Alberti. That last
took the audience through the thrills
of all the old songs from "Jingle
Bells" to "Where, Oh Where, Has My
Little Dog Gone?' Other numbers 'on
the program were those ,by the Melo-
dious Foursome, a quartet, and Melo-
4ies by Michigan Maids, a. number
made up of popular songs played on
two pianos.
SENIORS OF ALL CLASSES TO
GATHER FOR SING THURSDAY
Seniors of all classes will gather in
front of the Medical building from 7
to 8 o'clock tomorrow evening for the'
first of a series of Senior sings. An
attempt will be made at this time to
revive the old spirit and rally the
crowds that such events attract.,

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-First of series of senior sings
front of Medical building.
-Round-Up club meeting, Union,
-Production, of Spanish play
iragieta," Pattengill auditorium.
-Dean S. S. Marquis 'speaks on
'elfare Work" in Natural Sci-
e auditorium under Commerce
b auspices.
PROBATIONERS :APPEAR
FOR MENTAL EXAMINATION
ree hundred and forty students
obation took the second semester
l, tests given yesterday after-
in Rooms B and C of the Law
ing. In addition to the proba-
rs, 40 students of good standing
red before the examiners in or-
o ascertain their mental capac-
the opinion of Prof. Guy M.
ple, of the education ' depart-
who is in charge of the mental
the results will be the same as
given to probationers during
irst semester. The second in-
rent of the tests will be given
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