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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 1921.

Number 109.

Men's Educational Club:
The program for the next meeting of the Educational Club will con-
sist of reports of the recent Atlantic City Convention of thp N. E. A. by
Professors A. S. Whitney, Guy M. Whipple, and J. B. Edmonson. Attention
is called to the fact that the meeting will be held Monday evening, March
14, at 7 o'clock in Room 304, Michigan Union, instead of Wednesday even-
ing. All men interested in education are invited.
CLAIR K. SEARLES.
Sociology:"
8ao'clock quiz section in Sociology 30 will meet in Room 205 Tappan
hall. A. E. WOOD.
Economics 1E
Make-up and condition examination will be held in Room 6, Economics
building, on Thursday, March 17, at 2 o'clock.
ISADOR LUBIN.
Supplementary Examination in Zoology I:
A supplementary examination for those who were absent from the ex-
amination in Zoology I in the first semester will be given Saturday, March
12, at 9 a. m., in Room Z-231, Natural Science.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Camp Davis, Summer 1921:
The prospective enrollment for the first session of Camp Davis is too high
and some adjustments will be necessary. Students who prefer the first ses-
sion are asked to submit their reasons therefor in writing. Letters should
indicate whether students are to return to the University next fall and
whether they are wholly or partially self-supporting. These letters are to be
in my hands not later than Saturday, March 19.
CLARENCE T. JOHNSTON,
Director, Camp Davis.
Geology 25a:
The supplementary examination for students who were absent from
the final examination will be given on Wednesday, March 16, 2 p. M., in
Room G 437, Natural Science building.
I. D. SCOTT.

ADDITIONAL SPORTS,
INTRAMURAL TRACK MEET
SET FOR SATUHDY P. M.
MORE ENTRIES WANTED FOR AN-
NUAL INTERCLASS EVENT;
TO AWARD NUMERALS
Tomorrow at 2 o'clock is the time
set for the interclass track meet to
be held under the auspices of the In-
tramural department in conj~inction
with Trainer Archie Hahn. Ten events
comprise the schedule for the after-
noon, the following order to be in ef-
fect: 50 yarddash, trials and semi-
finals; mile run; 50 yard dash, fin-
als; high hurdles,, trials and finals;
440 yard run; low hurdles, trials and
finals; 880 yard run; low hurdles,
finals; four man relay, two laps per
man with one team from each class;
shot put; high jump; pole vault. The
three last named events will be run
off as nearly simultaneously as pos-
sible.
Seventy-five freshmen have already
signified their intention of taking
part, and it is evident that unless
sophomores and upperclassmen turn
out in goodly numbers the yearlings
will take honors with the greatest of
ease. Entry may be made on the
lists posted in Waterman gymnasium
and in the Intramural office.
Points will be awarded for four
places, first to count five, second
three, third two, and fourth one. Two
points are necessary to earn the nu-
meral award, which will be given on
a track shirt instead of on the usual
numeral jersey. Freshmen winning
awards will receive their All-fresh
numerals.

WEIGHT MEN WOEX OUTDOORS
FOR COMING TRACK MEETS
(Continued from Page Three)
select four for the race, Captain But-
ler, Burkholder, Burns, Merz, and
Bowen. In the special events, Losch,
Kelly and Simmons will run in the 40
yard dash. There is a chance that
Simmons will not compete as he has
been complaining of a pain in his leg
for the last few days. Wesbrook and

Naylor in the pole vault, Walker in I structors to take the examinations
the high' jump, Van Orden and Stipe under the latter's supervision before
in the shot constitute the other Mich- March 21. Blanks for the report of
igan entries in the meet. grades must be secured from the office
of Registrar Arthur G. Hall prior to
MAKE-UP EXAMINATIONS MUST the taking of the examinations.
BE COMPLETED BY MARCH 21
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WHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
7:30-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
7:45--Gospel meeting in Lane hall.
S :00-Prof. W. A. Frayer speaks be-
fore the Intercollegiate Socialist so-
ciety in room P 162, Natural Science
building, on the subject, "1820 to
1920; A Comparison."
S :00-Polonia Literary circle meets at
Lane hall. All Polish students are
urged to attend.
SATURDAY
1:00-Officers of the Student council
meet t select nominees for the
student advisory committees.
:8-Union orchestra rehearsal to
work on opera music, Union.
'2:00-Tryouts for the VarsIty Glee
club in room 308, Union.
7:30-Newark club meets in room 804,
Union.
7:80-Craftsmen club meets, Masonic
temple.
7:30-Bishop Williams speaks at the
second Good Fellowship meeting on
"Recent Impressions of England,"
Harris hall.,
U-NOTICES
Correction in time. Delegates to the
Student Volunteer convention at
Lansing leave on a special interur-
ban car at 12:48 o'clock, instead of
1 o'clock as previously announced.
Senior engineers can pay dues today
at the table in the engineering arch.
Opportunity will also be given next
week.
A meeting of all Culver men willbe
held at 5:15 o'clock Monday in room
302, Union.
The Ferris Institute club banquet
tickets are now on sale at the Un-
ion and at Sugden's drug store.
Freshman Glee club rehearsal and
election of officers has been postpon-
ed until next Thursday night.
Senior engineer commencement invi.
tation orders will be taken today at
a table in the engineering arch.
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY MUSIC
SCORES ON SALE TO JUNIORS
Two hundred and fifty scores of
the Junior Girls' play music have been
received by Florence Shiey, '22,
chairman of the music committee.
These will be sold first to juniors at
$2 and then to the general public.
Juniors who wish copies are re-
quested to order them from the chair-
man at once since there are 286 wom-
en in the junior class and many out-
siders have also expressed, a desire
for books.
Any scores unsold at (he time of.
'the play may be bought from the ush-
ers between acts.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
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SWIMMING RECOGNITION IS
QUESTION OF FACILITIES
(Continued from Page One)
ed themselves to be in favor of swim-
ming having the status of 'a minor
Varsity sport. Although it is too late,
said members of the committee, to
have this done in time for any meets
this year, all possible pressure will
be brought to bear so that Michigan
will have a team in the field, at least
by the time that a pool is available.
"Whatever action should be taken
now it would be ┬░too late," said Pro-
fessor Aigler "for all entries for Con-
ference meets have to be in 10 days
before the meet."
EX-GOVERNOR W. N. FERRIS ON
FERRIS INSTITUTE PROGRAM
Ex-Governor Woodbridge N. Ferris,
pers~dent of Ferris Institute of Big
Rapids, will be the principal speak-
er at the 15th annual banquet of the
Ferris Institute club in the Union
tomorrow night. The program will
also include V. E. Crossley, '21L, pres-
ideht of the club, Eldon Geyer, of
Ypsilanti, and Rachel Newcomb, of
Detroit, with Henry Devereaux, '22, as
toastmaster. Tickets may be purchas-
ed at the Union or at Sugden's drug
store.
TRAGEDY AND COMEDY FOUND
IN AMERICAN LEGION PLAY
(Continued from Page One)
shrapnel-pitted helmet worn by "Old
Bill," was taken from a dead British'
soldier in Soissons. All the songs
used in the show consist of British and
American ditties popular with the
soldiers at the front and rarely heard
in America.
Several girls from the Comedy club
and other campus dramatic clubs, will
take the part of the French mademoi-
selles.
DR. CLARA SARGENT DRIVE
SHOWS $720.50 COLLECTED
Reports from 22 of the 80 workers
on the Dr. Clara Sargent campaign
show $720.50 collected in the drive
for $1,700, for the support of this
Michigan graduate in public health
work in China.
Team 19, with Dorothy Winchell,
'21, captain, is in the lead, with num-
ber 2, Frances Buckbee, '21, captain,
a close second.
Alpha Nu Pledges to Give Talks
Five minute talks by pledges will
take the place of the regular debate
at the next meeting of Alpha Nu at
7:30 o'clock Friday night in its club-
rooms on the fourth floor of Univer-
sity hall. The usual parliamentary
drill will be held before the speaking.
Visitors will be allowed to attend both
the speeches and the drill.
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