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May 20, 1921 - Image 8

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I flllT~lE~h jhfflflfk jthese events on Saturday afternoon.1
ft U IIIIJNR ~r ni~ Shot put-Flora, Mulder, Muskegon;
+ 90 1TIO ILI ORTSMox tta Toldo Scott; Steenek, De-
trit Southeastern; Fulher, Fox, De-
DAIL OFICIL B LLETN ATEROONtroit Central; Simpson, Miller, John-
Volme FRDA, MY 2, 921 Num er 61 INEHSHOA5JC M ET ston, Detroit Northwestern; Coe
E voumeI FIDA, MA .95 121.Nua~er 61. INTRSCHLISIC EET Jefferson high; Bebean, EEar, Ann
__________________________________________________Arbor high; Hondelink,Palmer, Grand
-OPEN TAI IFTI NOONRapids Central; Stuart, Hamilton,
"Members of the Student Branch of the A° S.' M. E. are -invited to at- - Kr ato, toiJasten; Qalegan.
tend a joint meeting of the Detroit Section of the A. S. M. E. and the De- (Continued from Page Three) nWto. ako ih
trolt Engineering Society in the Auditorium of the Board of Commerce of Detroit 'Central; Blauman, Davis, Mc-" Pole vaultNeilson, Muskegon; A-
rDetroit, Friday evening, May 20, at 8 p.'i. The 'subject of the address will DoadDtotNrtwsen rw, igr hhad>akhg;Pot
be-"A Mine-mouth Super Power Station", describing the New Colfax Plant Tilton, Bohanon, Jefferson high; Birt, Kiser, Detroit Central; Snider, Day,
,of the Duquesne Power and Light Co. of Pittsburgh. , The subject is one of Grand Rapids Sout; Mitts, ongdon, Northrop, Detroit Northwestern;
%unusual interest to all engineers. Richmond high; Spedding, Peel, Greg- Gainder, Kalamazoo high;, McKier-
Any students wishing to go to -this meeting are asked to notify L. K., ry, Ann Arbor high; Rockwell, Grand man, Richmond high; Thbrnquist,
Frtris in Room 33,-New Engineering building. It, is hoped that' a num- Rapids Central; Toepfer, Siefert, Voel- Cargill, Grand Rapids Central; Huc,
rbpr'of students will avail themselves of this opportunity.- The group will kier, Wise, Schippaccasse, Mills, Coop- Slaughter, Detroit Eastern; Bing-
leave Ann Arbor on the 6:10 . m. car on the D. U. R. er, Whitney, Detroit Eastern; Can- ham, MCain, Jackson.
H. C. ANDERSON. non, Clevenger, .Alderman, Lansing Ilunnug high jump - Mitchell,
_______________ Ihigh; Setright, Schules, Bingham, Sur- Highland Park; Blalock, Lester, Whit-
Education, 69b: brook, Jackson high. ey, Johnson, Detroit Central; 'Snid-
Professor Courtis' class In Education 62b will meet as usual, Friday 220 Yard hurdles-Castenholtz, Ott, et, Northrop, Detroit Northwestern;
at 2 o'clock, Tappa~n Hall. A. S. WHITNEY. Muskegon high; Gotring, Ross, Tole- McKierman, Richmond high; Huebler,
________________do Scott; Myers,Detroit Cass Tech.; Stewart, Ann Arbor; Cargill, Merriam,
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: Belt, Mowery, Highland Park high; Grand Rapids Cetral; Toepfer Hunt-
There will be a meeting of the6 Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering SschulakovslW, Lawrence, -Kotkin, De- ington, Haas, Detroit Eastern; Mc-
,aid Architecture today, Friday, May 20, at.4:15 p. m. in Room 411. troit Central high; Snider, Day. De- Cain, MGhee, Drittlr, Jaynow, ack-
/LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary. troIt Northwestern; Wise, Kalamazoo son, Herman, Lansing.~
° high; Birt,,Grand Rapids South ; iHag-1I Hammer throw - Fulcher, Detroit
members of the, University: gerty, Ypsilanti high; Cargill, Merri- Central; Simpson, Miller, Jhnstoni,
T ahe Ann Arbor Art Association announces an exhibition of Pictures by am, Grand Rapids Central; Toepfer, Detroit Northwestern; Crowe, Jeff er-
pro inent American Artists in the lower galleries of Memorial Hal. As Noelker, Schippaccasse, Cooper, Walk, son high; Bebean, Ann Arbor; Hon-
the,.Regents of the University have made an appropriation to cover the e- Herr, Detroit Eastern; Sharr, Lansing ________________
pense of the exhibition it is open to the members of the University and the Aigh; Schule, Jaynow, Surbrook, . ,
general public free. The exhibition is to be seen daily and Sundays at such Jackson high.
times as the building is open from May 15 to May 30. Half mile run-Peterson, Muskegon;
' LOUIS H. BOYNTON.° Wilson, Caslar, Van Cleef, Moor, Sin- "M
Claire, Toledo Scott; Klein, Detroit A LARGE .ASSORTR4
The Rhode Scholarships: Cass Tech.; Wannamaker, Haven, 1315
On December 3, 1921, the State Committee for Michigan; will select Highland Park high; MacDonald, De-
fromh the nominees of the University and o the colleges of the State one roit Central; Hendrian, Blanchard, m
candidate-for. a Rhodes, Scholarship for 1922. A scholar elected for that Brenton, Detroit Northwestern, Van u
" "year will go into residece at Oxford in October, 1922. The University is Zandt, Kalamazoo Central; Spoon,-
privileged to nominate to the State Committee not more than five and se Jefferson high; Mitts, Congdon, Richi-H,
lection will be made sometime In June by the University Committee. Ap mond high; Meyers, Nicholson, Norris,
plications should be in my hands not later than Saturday, June 4.Informal Ann 'Arbor high; Walsh,. Cargill,
tion and conference at the office of the .Graduate School. Thornquist, ~Grand Rapids Central;7-
' ALFRED H. LLOYD, Owen, Sinks, Rhein, Lewis, Vkes,
Chairman of ,University Rhodes Scholarship Committee. Shnoid, Goddard, Detroit Eastern;p
________________________________________________ Hart, Arthur Hill high; Walters, Zinn, L!d C
Battle Creek high; Drittler, iLozna-e d i a
T vis rn Fkcts way, Cooper, Jackson high. nd
19 CisbUW iedEvents .Dental Books
jaHA wtiOlN a SoihhT o e There will be no trials in the field
ON1 W m nevents. Here are the men entered in ought, Sold or
FRIDAY Wyvern, junior girls' honorary so- Exchanged
2 :30-Masy'Festival concert, ill audi- ciety,^hs elected the, following 114
~toriuim. sophomore, women to membership: ns&Pse onanPe
800MayFesivl cncetHil aui-Beatrice Champion, Grace Fry, Cath-
tru.erine Greenough, Lucy° Huber, Mary * T ewriing Paper Metal Pencils
00-Varsity bn meets in prepar- Ives, Marion Kock, Margaret Kraus, I A LI~
atin fr Cp igh ex~rise. CpsMargaret McIntyre, Laura Mills, Elsa
adbouses will be worn as a uni- Oeeu ndHleeTory
fr.Inlation.,of the new members will B'd sBo kSoe
b he held at 4:30 o'clock Monday after- ?~' 1NcesAcd
SATURDAY noon..o.e°
9:30- Interscholastic meet, Ferry feld. -------____________
12:2-Xeeting of. Hee lub, "IUnion "______________
.80-M=Nay ~Festival concert, Hill au- TDYWed oeioAn ro
2:30=Vl cage-o.Michigan track meet,TOA May Festival Visitors
0:00-All. members of Wesleyan guildLdis Make TUTTLE'S your
meet at Methodist church for open- Pallyc-LinGowns____a_________________
air breakfast."ygLips ,".a Thom- Lde at owsaSeily Headquarters for Nicer
8 :00--May Festival concert, Hill aui as H. Ince production. Also Home-like Meals. .
torium.. comedy and newer film. r
___E. BURNHAM'S One-half Block South of
Arcade-Fatty Arbuckle in "The:
U-NOTICES? Dollar a Year Man" Comedy and Majestic Theatre.
Exhibition of, oil paintings by notedI and Kinograms. MARINELL O ______________
American artists open daily from
May 15 to May 30 in lower galleries Wuertlh-.Wanda Hawley in "The COSMETICS"
of Alumni Memorial hall. Outside Woman." Snubb Pol- Als youl idtebs F rkerv c
There will be a meeting of allmen Alardycomedyfand lateststPrthe
desiring summer employment from lrevioe.dAI CALLtstFah
'2:30 to 5i:30 o'clock 'this afternoon GO D
in Lane hall. Orpheum - Madge Kennedy in kt o ana rsma ac ,at '
Tickts fr anual reshan dnce The Girl with the Jazz Heart."2
May 27, on sale..from 9 to 12 o'clock Vanity comedy and Pathe Re-MR. TO D R SAN A BO
and from i to 3 o'clock today in view.' N R O
University hall. e'j AIR SHOP 1~J 'Rk
All those desiring to try out for the1 THIS WEEK 707K.UnveYiy. hoe GOW '..ALCO
business staff of the Wolverine thisj Lobby of American Hotel'

*summer see Robertson, at the office stop~~
of The Daily from 1:30 to 2:30___
o'clock any afternoon this week. Garrick (Detroit)--The Bons-
Tickets for R., 0. T. C. banquet, may telle company ini "Wedding
25, at Uniononr sale at R. 0.' T. C. Bells,"' a comedy you'll like.
ofcontecmu.Shubert (Detroit)-D. W.Grf Sam , Bu c fe d & Co.
Yestleirday 'sl Games fith's latest great production,
"Way Down East," with all of
the Griffith stars.4 Established in 1895
Nat ioa2League_____ ___- ___
Pittsburgh 7, Brooklyn 5. _______________
Chicago 5, New York 3.
Boston 5, Cincinnati 1. V ,
American :League ATTENTION ,
Detroit 3, Boston 2.
New York 11, Chicago 4." oo onymaig rpoi
Cleveland 4, Philadelphia 3 (11 inn- Ltion. Something any one canA nA r o ' T ne
ings). do. No experience necessary. -- A n A b rs .?n
VARSITY SOCER ~ PLAYS Works unusually well.Ta l rnT ad
- between 6:45 and 8:00 evenings
An informal Varsity soccer game orclat20EsWshnon
has been arranged with the Roses
team of Detroit. It will take place _________________
at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon on
Ferry field. The Roses are this IF I IS
year's state champions. The follow- INRA C
iug men should report not later than wltl CAN DO IT
:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at otter & Allshouse 106 East Huron Street
the club house' on Ferry field: 'Van- IS National Bank Phn. 2072
derMeulen, Merry,, Sanchez, Tsai;~_______________ Opp. Court House Down Town
Heyns, Theunisson, Van Reenen, Rau-
cis, Samnuels, Broodryk, Ortez, and lLet a classified ad ,find; that loat ar-

delink, 'Palmer, Grand Rapids Cen-I
tral; Stuart, Hamilton, Kratz, De-
troit Eastern; Oacle, Lansing.
Running broad jump-Cook, Muske-
gon; Monetta, Toledo Scott; Meyers,
Cass Tech.; Ozias, Mowery, Highlandl
Park; Laurence, Lester, Whitney,
Johnson, Detroit Central; 'Blauman,
Ma!Donald, Snider, Detroit North-
western; Gainder, Kalamazoo; Bohan-
on, Lafayette; McKiernam, Rich-
mond; Krittenden, Huebler, Stewart,
Ann Arbor; Thornquist, Merriam,I
Grand Rapids Central; Toepfer,f
Rhein, Lewis,Siefert, Boelker, Schip-
paccasse, Wise, Huff, Haas, Detroit
Eastern; Cooper, Setright, Baker,
Sehule, Jaynow, Jackson.
Discus- throw --Flora, Mulder, Mus-
kegon; Meters, Toledo Scott; Butter-
field, Alldinger, Highland Park; Ful-
cher, Fox, Detroit Central;, Simpson,
Miller, Johnston, Detroit Northwest-
ern ; Gainder, Kalamazoo; Crowe, Bo-
hanon, Lafayette; Evans, Quick, Rich-
mond; Huebler, Bebean, EnEar, Ann
Arbor; ,Palmer, Van Dam, Smith, Hon-
delink, Grand Rapids 'Central; Schtp-
paccasse, Stuart, Hamilton, Kratz,
Detroit -Eastern; Wilcox, Lansing;
Watson, Jackson.'
Oe mile run - Peterson, Muske-
gon: Kaslar, Sinclaire, Garret, Tole-
do Scott; Klein,, Cass Tech.; Wanna-

low, Detroit Ceni
els, Kearney, Del;
Van Zandt, Norg,
zoo Central; Baug
Quick, Richmond;
man, Davis, An
kin, Young, Gras
Sinks, Rhein, bev
troit Eastern; Gill
sing; Banarman,
leLoznaway, Ja(

In tram ural

.(otne from Page Thre
Play in the interfraternity
tournament Wednesday result
Phi Kappa Psi defeating Her:
2-0. In the all-class tours
Frankel defeated Oliphant 6-2,
Beaildette beat Sloss 6-3, 1-6,
the doubles matches Ollphanu
Flowers defeated Bowen and1
6-1, 5-7, 6-4. The winners wil
Ohilmacher and Jerome in the
round. In the third round S;
anvnd Gregory defeated Dyason at
R Gye -0, 6-1; Walbridge an
ne defeated Andus and Klein 6.
6-4. The winners will meet D
and Zook, who defeated Cohi
Goldberg .3-6, 6-2, 6-0.




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