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WH APS GOING ON

Buildings in Relation to Narrow
Streets," Natural Science auditor-
ium.
6:00-R. 0. T. C. banquet, Union.
7:00-Masical clubs rehearsal, Hill au-
ditorium.
Let a elassified ad And that lost ar-
tlcle.-Adv.

IT-NOTICES
Members of the R. 0. T. C. that are
going to attend camp at Fort MonroeI
this summer will meet at 7:30
o'clock tonight in the Union.
Tickets for the Freshumn frolic next
Friday go on sale at 9 o'clock this
morning in the Union. Freshman

engineers
weekly fi
o'clock t
The Canad
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Use Clas
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Number 164.

ec, and the Arts:
of the Faculty Tuesday, May 31, at 4:10 p. m.,
tural Science building. The reports of several
be considered.
ARTHUR G. HALL.
me, and the Arts - Dean's Advisory Committee:
meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee in
ay, May 24, at 4:15 p. m.
JOHN R. EFFINGUR.

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ting of the Research Club for the academic year
evening, May 25, at 8 o'clock in the Histological
Council meeting at 7:15.)
PROGRAM
ges in the British Cabinet.
University of Michigan Expedition to the Santa

TUESDAY
4:00-Senior lits meet in room 405,
Mason hall.
5:00-PIcnic supper for Episcopal stu-
dents. Met at Harris hall.
7:00-Meeting of men attending second
session of Camp Davis for election
of officers, room 311, Engineering
building.
7:00-MandolIn club rehearsal, Union.
7 :15-Meeting of Erie club, Union.
7:15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
7:30-Lumbering methods movie un-
der auspices of A. I. E. E., Natural
Science auditorium.
7:30- Meeting of Westerners, Lane
hall.
7:30 Bayonne club meeting, room 325,
Union.
7":30-Meeting of Dental society, with
speech by Dr. Huber on "The Tooth
and It's Nerve Relations," anAphi-
theater of Dental building.
WEDNESDAY'
2:00-Illustrated lecture by Harvey W.
Corbett, of 'New York, on "High
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cs Colloquium will meet at 4:20 p. m. on Tuesday, May 24, in
ysics building. At that time Mr. R. F. Paton will speak on
rk Spectrum of Carbon and Silicon", and Mr. A. L. Becker
"The Enhanced Spectra of the Alkali Earth Metals". All in-
ordially invited to attend. R. A. SAWYER.
ents.
ate students expecting to receive degrees at Commencement
'tified, that all diploma fees must be paid by June 1.
ALFRED H. LLOYD.
'usiness Administration:
ntative of the National Cash Register Company will be in
)onmics building on Wednesday, May 25, from 2 to 4 o'clock.
hose interested in a position with that firm.
I. L. SHARFMAN.
ts from other schools or colleges of the University who plan
the College of Dental Surgery at the beginning of the next
consult the Dean of this.college previous to the opening of.
ssio'n so that the applicant for enrollment may know whether
3meet the statutory requirements of the various states.
MARCUS L.,WARD.
lIub:
t Galeoto" will be presented Wednesday and Thursday eve-
nd 26. Members will be admitted upon presentation of their
ards. Additional tickets may be purchased at Wahr's, Gra-
ter's. ROBT. B. RITTER, Treas.
ngineering and Forestry:
eting of the student branch of the A. I. E. E. and students of
Department will be -held in the Natural Science. auditorium
24, at 7:30 p. m. Six reels of motion pictures dealing withy
of lumbering industry in the west will be shown. Mr. H.
Line Material Specialist of the Western Electric Co., will be
e an explanatory talk along with the films. The pictures
bo the use of electricity in lumbering operations will be very
d entertaining. The meeting is open to the~ public.,
I.,D. JOHNSTON,
Secretary-A. I. E. E.
1 be a very important mneeig of Masques today, Tuesday,
1the west parlor of Barbour Gymnasium. It is urgent that
be present, as final arrangements for the play will be made.
ANNE LOUISE MITCHELL.

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Graduation Gifts
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SCHOOL OF COMMERCE
ANNOUNCEMENT
The registration in the Day Division
of the School of Commerce will be
limited to three hundred students, ftr
the year 1921-1922.
This limitation is set in order to main-
tain a high standard of personal and
individual instruction, and in order
to make possible a closer co-ordina-
tion between the work of the School
of Commerce and the various indus-
trial, manufacturing,' financial and
merchandising establishments of Chi-
cago and vicinity.
Applications for admission will be
considered in the order of their re-
zeipt. All applicants must have com-
pleted two years of college work, in
c reputable institution.
Tor application blanks and bulletin
iddress
THE RECORDER, SCHOOL OF
eCOMMERCE
Harris Hall, -Northwestern University
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ILCTINS WDRKERS
ntinued from Page One)
itors. M. B. Stahl, '23, R. E.
'23, Gerald P. Overton, '22,'
1 McBain, '23j Paul Watzel, 23,j
. McPike, '23, Edward Lam-
3; Sunday Supplement editor,
arnton, '23; city editor, E. P.
Jr., '22; assistant city editor,
)ttaway, '23; editorial board,j
trong Kern, '22, S. T. Beach,
n R. Meiss, '23; women's edit-
beth Vickery, 22; TDeles cope
dwin R. Meiss, '23. The sports
11 be named at a later date.
Daily Business Side'1)
Priehs, 22, named The Daily
staff as follows: Avertising,
lery, '23; circulation. R-obert
3E; accounts, J. J. Hamels,
ication, N. W. Robertson, '21

Drugs

'23; organization editors, David Pres-
ton, '23, Seward Cramer, '23; fratern-
ity editor, Hans Hans elman, 23; fea-
ture editors, Max" Schrayer, '23E, Rob-
ert Rice, '23.
Robert F. Wiemeke, '22, appointed
the following for the 'Ensian business
staff: Advertising, Sheldon M. Brown,
'23, Jo.hn V. Frost, '22; sales and sub-
scriptions,' Lawrence W.' Snell, '23,
Walter Belde, '23, Hazel Storz, '22;
fraternities and organizations, Robert.
0. Martin, '23, Ellis Hunt, '23; ac-
counts, Samuel M. Greenberg, 23.
Chimes Stan
The .Chimps editoriaJ l stff as an-

Toilet Articles,

FLANDERS

Chemcals

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Staff11

Gargoyle editorial staff
elly, 23, appointed: Art ed-
on B. Seagears, '23; art staff,
>d, '23, James House, Jr., '23,
ach, '22, E. G. Wellin, 23,
larke, '24; editorial staff, Lee
Clement A. Smith, '23, Rob-
ngs, '22, C. W. Wolfe, '23,
ney, 24.
'goyle business staff selected)
ey Sarasolin, '22, business
for the coming year, consists
i Sullivan, '23L, Milton Geig-
ward Yost, '22, R. P. Selway,
ant Baldwin, '23, J. Ross Ri-
verett Michaels, 23, Wendell
.3, Harry Rapaport, '23E.
Michiganenslan
r. Frey, '22, managing editor,
chiganensian for next year,
i his appointments as fol-I
airman of board of associatel
Emerson Swart, '22E; as-

nounced by F. M. Smith, '22, manag-
ing editor-elect,follows: assistant
mana.ging editor, Bowen-. E. Schu-
macher, '22; associate editors, Thom-
as I. Underwood, '23L, West Gallog-
ly, '22, Bruce Van Dusen, '22, John
L Dakin, '22, Stewart T. Beach, '22;
art editor, James House Jr., '23; as-
sistant art editor, Elmer H. Nash,
'24A; issue editors, Irvin Goldsmith,
'23, Howarth Gnau, '23, E. C. McCobb,
'23, Oliver McGillicuddy, '23, H. M.
Dorr, '23, Herbert Case, '23; editorial
assistant, Kenneth Allen, '24. An-
nouncement of the appointments for
pictorial editor and assistant pictor-
ial editor will be made later.
Thomas C. 'Iruss, '22 named the
following for The Chimes business
staff: advertising manager, Alton
Mills, '23; publication manager,
Theodore J. Gorenflo, '23; credits,
Robert Ackley, '23; circulation, Amos
D. Allman, '23, F. A. Hinchman, '23;,
foreign advertising, Okmond Wessels,
'23, William Lichtenberg, '23.
Students' Directory
For the editorial staff of The Stu-
dents' Directory Burton E. Dunlop,
'23, announced the following names:
Lloyd Johnson, '22E, L. J. Carter, '23,
J. ,B. Vlack, '23E, Hiram C. Bond, '22,
R. D. Gibson, '23, Helen Mitchell, '22,
Margaret McIntyre, '23.
No appointments were made at the
banquet for the business staff of The

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