THE MICHIGAN DAILY
AL FROM BELG
Sink has receive
D icing the same sort of relief when the
IUAM need for aid was obviated through the
national loan. Previous to that time,
d !however, the organization had re-
Library. Seniors are asked to wear
their caps and gowns, and to make the
meeting a fitting conclusion to the
year's activities by turning out in full
ly elected members
will present a one
of Comedy clu
act play at tb
ld medal from the Belgian govern-
mt in recognition of his services for
e relief of Belgium during the war.
te certificate accompanying the med-
expresses the appreciation of the
>rk done by Mr. Sink through the
mmission for relief in Belgium.
Before the United States made the
lgian loan Senator Sink was instru-
mtal in organizing the "Dollar a
)nth Club" by which, each member
edged himself to give a dollar a
>nth to Belgium during the period
the war. The club attracted wide;
ention and other states were plan-
ADVISERS TO BE LISTED'
Men wishing to serve as up-
perclass advisers next year are
requested to fill out the enclos-
ed coupon and mail to the Union
or hand in at the main desk
mitted $25,000 to Belgium.
DEAN EFFINGER TO ADDRESS
LAST SENIOR LIT MEETING
Senior lits will assemble for the
last time in a formal class meeting at
4 o'clock next Thursday afternoon in
Natural Science auditorium. Dean
John R. Effinger will address the grad-
uating class, after which a group pic-
ture will be taken on the steps of the
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS AT
LAST COMEDY CLUB MEETING
Comedy club will meet for the last
time this year at 7:30 o'clock next
Thursday evening in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. Election of of-
ficers for next year will be conducted,
and the discussion of the policy of
the club will take place. The recent-
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es and children.
nd Dress Shirts,
to handle a product of real
merit in their home towns dur-
ing their Summer Vacation.
Write and we will arrange for
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Army and Dress' Shoes
ptional value at $6
Tents, Rain Coats, Rubber
Bags, Compasses, etc.
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re to serve as an
adviser next year.
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CAMPING OU TIFITS
CAMP GRIDS (3 sizes)
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VACUUM CUP TIRES AND TUBES
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We call for and deliver
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The campaign for Michigan's Boys'
tomorrow with solicita-
ton from organizations on the campus.
Similar camps are owned and run
by students of Princeton and Pennsylvania.
The funds raised must be voluntary and!no student who is not heartily
backing this fine proposition is expected to give. We feel this is the greatest
chance in years to do a real Michigan
Carl Johnson, '20, heads the Alumni Committee which guarantees to raise
$5,000 with which to purchase a camp site. The students on the campus will
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday will put this campaign across. Details
will be published in The Daily.
Are you with us?
Let's give the kids of the
slums an outing!
Wear your Tags Tuesday and Wednesday.
ROBERT J. DUNNE, '22, Chairman
MARCELLA MOON, '23
EDNA GROFF, '23
NEVA LOVEWELL, '22
ELIZABETH HUTCHENS, '23
CONSTANCE BALDWIN, '23
T. P. BANK, '23
PROF. C. CARVER
THOMAS E. DEWIEY, '23
R. F. GRINDLEY, '21E
DOUGLAS DOW, '2;E
G. M. GILMORE, '22
PAUL GOEBEL, '23E
EDWARD GOLDMAN, '22E
LEON E. GRUBAUGH, '22
HUGH W. HITCHCOCK, '22
VERNON F. HILLERY, '23
EDWARD JOHNS, '23E
WM. S. KELLEY, '22
STANLEY KRESGE, '22
EDWARD LAMBRECHT, '23
WALTER B. REA, '22
ROLAND LIBONATI, '24M
M. D. SLAUGHTER, '22D
ALFRED L. SCHULTZ, '22
M. B. STAHL, '23
E. E. WIEMAN, '21
HUGH WILSON, '22
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