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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IAILY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN

WEAKNESSES SEEN that brings changes into the life of I PR IARY RESULTS TODAY TO
IN S. C. A. CHARTER mnankint. 1)E1T >lNE LOCAL NO3[NEES
My own judgment, }used upon 26
years of experience with University - * ,,* wer "'ar """

. 0. T. C. NOTICE

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Volume I

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1921.

Number 101.

apartment of Romance Languages:
The regular departmental lunch will be held today at 12:15 o'clock in
)om 323 at the Michigan Union.
A. G. CANFIELD.
harmacy Students:
On the evening of Thursday, March 3, at 7:45 p. m., in Room 165 of the
hemistry and Pharmacy building, Prof. C. A. Dye, Dean of Ohio State College
Pharmacy, will speak to the students of Pharmacy and others interested.
is subject will be: "Some Problems and Ideals in Pharmacy."
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
conomics 1:
Until further notice the lectures in Economics 1 will be held Wednes-
y at 2 o'clock in the Natural Science auditorium.
F. M. TAYLOR.
eonomics 88:
Students in Economics 38 will please correct assignments announced
read as follows: Thursday and Friday, pages 29-34, problems 13-16;
onday and Tuesday, pages 35-47, problems 1-7.
W. A. PATON.

(Continued from Page Five)
been at some pains, before accepting'
so many resignations, to have a full
conference to see whether common
ground for the welfare of the student
religious work in this community
could not be found. At no time has
this board made any such effort.
(Signed)
MRS. L. C. KAIPNSKI, MAIiY A.
WELSH, MRS. SCOTT C. 11N-
NELS, MRS. BIERYL FOX BACI ElI,
MRS. CHARLES L. WASHiURNI
MRS. DWIGHT GODDARD, MIRS.i
A E. JENNINGS.

students, 21 of those years in Ann Ar-
bor, is that, better than to organize
under the proposed charter, the stu-
dents might well abolish the S. C. A.
(if it is not theirs to abolish, whose
is it?), and do all their religious work
without camouflage in the various
churches of the city. As for the
$5,000 which the students have agreed
for one year to put into the S. C. A.,
of course that amount will not cover
more than about one-fourth or less
of the money which will be expenided
through Lane hail and Newberry hall
together within one year. Better than

('enipling for Positioni of
Mayor

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7Students
are required to complete the en-
rollment in the infantry unit of
the R. 0. T. C. Enroll now in

Ann Arbor primaries will be held room 241, Engineering building.
today. Results of this election will
determine the men who will be voted
on in the regular election on the first
Monday in April. The list of candi- MLIVEN BY MADAME CLEMENS
dates follows: For mayor, Democrat
John WV. Dw've r; Republicans, George?
J.. LewsDIyer; aryuJ.iSaw sror r Clare Clemens, a mezzo-contralto of
dent oi counycJi, Rudolph ieicrt; for note, will give an all Brahms program
councilmen at urge (two to be inom- Iat 8 o'clock this evening in Pattengill
mauditorium in the Ann Arbor high
inated), Fred leusel, Howard Hol- h
1usd, L. 0. Cashing. Madame Clemens is the daughter of
Mark Twain, who gave her every op-
DRY 11NSPECTOR ENDS portunity to study and make her work
LIQUOR QUEST AT JAIL worth while. She is also the wife of
aOssip Gabrilowitsch, the conductor of
One of the visiting dry inspectors the Detroit "Symphony orchestra, who
- A +~ th'- visiti.n d r mp innor has been in the city on two occasions

the plan just suggested, though, per-
Editor. The Michigan Daily: x haps would be to form two organiza-3

conomies Course 2:
Every student is expected to attend the
gned bn either Tuesday or Wednesday.
ould be consulted in Room 6, on either
)on.

section to which he has been as-
In case of conflicts Mr. Lubin
Wednesday or Thursday after-

Due to an error in the printing the following students have by mis-
take been assigned to Section 17. They should appear in Seetion 27, meet-
ing on Wednesday and Friday at 2 o'clock in Room 104:
M. Berman, H. C. Bond, H. L. Bradley, N. Cook, C. E. Curtis, E. V. Fer-
gus, R. Gregory, M. Hensick, B. Hoek, H. J. Liverance, Lucian Lane, J.
Neithammer, F. Plate, W. C. Ryder, E. J. Sauer, C. L. Stone, A. H. Taylor,
W. A. Vail, F. L. Young. DAVID FRIDAY.
Geology la:
Quiz section No. 5 (Professor Scott) meeting Wednesday at 11 o'clock
will assemble in room G 332 instead of in room G 325 as posted.
WM. H. HOBBS.
Political Science 1. Make-up Exam.
Those members of Political Science 1 who were absent from the final
examination will have an opportunity to complete their work by taking an
examination Saturday, March 5, at 9 a. m. in Room 102, Economics building.
J. S. REEVES.
Classical Archaeology 6 (Mythology):
Owing to lack of space, no more students can be accommodated in this
course. New elections will be permitted only, in the case of those who at-
tended the meeting of the class last Thursday.
CAMPBELL BONNER.
Quiz Section 5:
Quiz Section 5, Tuesday, 9:00, Law B will meet in room B 421 N. S.
J. S. REEVES.
Men's Educational Club:
A re-organization meeting of the Men's Educational Club for the second
semester will be held in the Reading Room of the Union at 7 p. m. Wednes-
day, March2. All men interested in education are urged to attend. Men who
have recently entered the courses in the Education Department are espe-
cially invited. J. B. EDMONSON.
Masques:
There will be an important meeting of Masques today at 3 o'clock in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. A. L. MITCHELL.
The Players Club:
Professor Trueblood will give a recital for the club on Wednesday
evening, 7:15 sharp, in the lecture room at Alumni Memorial hall. For
this occasion each member may invite a guest, both to be admitted on the
one membership card. Those members who have not received cards should
bring their receipts to Mr. Ritter, who will issue cards to them and also
have them sign the constitution. Mr. Ritter will be in Alumni Memorial
ball on Wednesday evening between 7:00 p. m. and 7:15 p. m.
CARL L. DAHLSTROM.

As president of the Students' Chirs-
tian association in 1898-1899, in the{
days of what has recently been call-
ed "the old S. C. A.," I think I am com-'
petent to say that the present organi-
zation is indeed very unlike that of
the late nineties, and also that the
present one will not be made over in-
to anything like that of those days by
the application of the proposed char-
ter.
The most casual reading of the pro-
posed charter will reveal to any one
that it will create not primarily a
university student organization, but
an Ann Arbor inter-denominational{
organization. Of course, if the latter
is what the students of the Univer-
sity want, then they should take (not
be "given") the opportunity to have
it. However, any one who is ac-
quainted with the history of inter-
church movements and employs a mo-
ment of time to reason from that ac-
quaintance, knows that in such an or-
ganization as that now proposed are
the seeds of controversies in compar-
ison with which the present contro-
versy is as nothing. Of course, if;
some great change, such as used to be'
so frequently predicted during the
war, has come over humankind, then
there will be no controversies. But
important changes are not made in
men and women by charters and con-
stitutions and by-laws. It is the spir-'
it of truth, sympathy, and unwilling-
ness to believe ill of one's neighbor

present day to conduct their own af-
fairs. Why bother the men about1
them? There are problems enough
among men for men. I did not think
so in 1898-1899, but this is 1921.
T. E. RANKIN.
Ue the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

ed the driver to take him to a place I"cncerIsnum ne useatuuilI.
where he could wet his whistle.
The driver agreed, but made him Daily City Editor Leaves University
come across with the fare first. After E. P. Lovejoy, '22E, former city edi-
dashing around various corners and tor of The Daily, has left the Univer-
sprinting down Main street, the taxi sity to take a position with the Prince-
stopped with a jerk in front of the ton Light and Power company at
county jail. "You'll find all you want Princeton, Ill. He will return to the
inside,",hollered the driver. University next fall.

tions, one of men working for men,
and one of women working for wom-
en. If not, why not merge the Wom-
en's league and the Michigan Union?
The old argument about property-
holding is of little importance. And
the names of the organizations appear
to an old-timer like myself as of the
slightest importance. In any - event,j
women surely are quite able in the

is said to have acquired informa ion
concerning Ann Arbor's liquor head-
quarters in an unusual way. Accord-
ing to the story, the human sponge
stepped into the luxurious interior of
one of the local taxi cabs and request-

this year.
This program takes the place of that
of the Ypsilanti Normal choir, which
was to give a program of Lenten
music here. Tickets to the Ypsilanti
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WHAT'S GOING ON

8:00-Sophomore lit sing, Union
room.

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WEDNESDAY
3:00-Meeting of Masques, Saraha

Cas-

well Angell hall.
4:00-Meeting of the sophomore lit
advisory committee, Lane hall.
4:00-Junior Girls' play rehearsal,
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
4:15-Concert by advanced students of
the University School of Music,
School of Music hall.
4:30-Vesper sereices, Newberry hal.
5:00- -Veeting Hof all students and
faculty members from Kansas in
room P 162, Natural Science build-
ing.
7:00-Junior Girls' play rehearsal,
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
7:00-Dr. Otis Cope will discuss med-I
icine and surgery in foreign lands,
Lane hall.
7:00--Varsity band piactioe, Univer-
sity hall.
7:15--Lecture by Senor Del Toro on
"Spanish American Writers," Tap-
pan hall.
7:15--Player's club meets, Alumni
Memorial hall.
7:30--Meeting of men in the naval
reserves, Union.
7:30-Adelphi House of Representa-

THURSDAY
7:15-Freshman Glee club rehearsal
in reading room, Union.
7:15-Meeting of La Sociedad . His-
panica in room 202, South Wing.
7:30-Meeting of Pi Delta Epsilon,
Union.
7:30-Kalamazoo Normal club meets,
Lane hall.
8:00-Christian Science society meets,
Lane hall auditorium.
TWO MAN BOWLING TOURNEY
SET FOR UNION ALLEYS,

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Camels ring true!

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y oU get to smoking Camels because you
appreciate their fine, refreshing flavor!
And, you like them better all the time because
they never tire your taste!
Camels quality makes Camels so appetiz-
ing, so continuously delightful. And, Camels
expert blend of choice Turkish and choice
Domestic tobaccos gives them that wonder-
ful mellow mildness.
You have only to compare Camels with
any cigarette in the world at any price to
know personally that Camels are a revelation!

Camels are sold every-
where in scientifically
sealed packages of 20
cigarettes for 20 cents.

An All-campus bowling tournament,
open to all University men, will be-
gin next Monday in the Union alleys.
This tourney will differ from the simi-
lar one run off last semester in that
the teams will be composed of two
men instead of the usual three man
affairs. The entry fee will be 25
cents.
The league will start with qualifi-1
cation matches in which each man
must maintain an average of 125
points or more for three consecutive
games. The awards will consist of
gold fobs or charms to the winners
and the same in silver for the run-
ners-up. The tourney is in charge of
the Union bowling committee. Entries
for the tourney must be in by Monday
evening, and may be made at the
desk in the Union alley room.
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If for any reason you are not plan-
ning to remain in college this semest-
er, why not take a course in Short-
hand and Typewriting and fit yourself
for a good business position? School
of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ., is just
beginning new classes.--Adv.

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meets fourth floor, University
Business meeting. Outline of

policy for this semester.
:30-Meeting of Westerners, Lane
hall.
:00-Concert by Mme. Clara Clemens,
Pattengill auditorium, High school.
Typewriters for rent at the School
f Shorthand, 711 N. Univ.--Adv.

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