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ARY 19, 1922

lumber 99

s Birthday Convocation:e
vocation will begin promptly at 10 a. M.
cial party, which includes the Deans of the schools and col-
isemble at 9:45 a. m. in the first floor dressing room on the west
Auditorium, entering through dear door No. 1, north side of the
cademic costume will be worn.
s of the faculties will enter the Auditorium through rear door
oceed directly through the side passageway to the main floor of
um, where seats will be reserved for them. Members of the
not wear academic costume.
s of the Glee Club will assemble at 9:50 a. m. in the first floor
ms on the east side of the Auditorium.
's of the Auditorium will be open at 9:30 a. m. Aside from seats
the main floor for the'Faculties and the Glee Club, students and
may occupy any seats in the house. F. E. ROBBINS.
.t and Mrs. Burton will be "at home" Wednesday afternoon,
1 3:30 until 5:30. Dr. John H. Finley, the speaker at the Wash-
day Convocation, will Treceive with them.
for the Northern League Oratorical Contest must be in the
Contest Director not later than March 1, 1922. Orations limited
Is. No limit as to subject. Sophomore, Junior and Senior Class
I follow immediately after March 1, dates and places to be an-
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
Summer of 1922:
'ill be two sessions of Camp Davis during the coming summer.
o prefer either the first or second session should file letters with
March 1, giving reasons for choice.-
s who elect Botany I in consequence of changes in elections in
week, should, if possible, elect laboratory section VI, Tu., Th.,'
ith quizzes W. S. at 11. If your program does not allow you to
:tion consult Professor Pollock, Room B 210 N. S., M. or Tu.,10-
ig Monday, my 2 o'clock section of English I will meet in 206
,s in Forest Conservation, Forestry 22, which meets Wednesday
h'eld, hereafter, in the Auditorium of toh Science building, at the
een impossible to secure a room large. enough to accommodate
those who have elected this course. It will be necessary, there-
erybody, except seniors and those juniors who cannot get the
year, to drop it. L. J. YOUNG.
English Students:
ents conditioned last semester in Engineering English 1, la, 2, or,
Wenger on Monday, Feb. 20, at 5 p. m. in Room 26, Old Engi-
ding, to arrange hours for the regular class sessions in Eng-
tmeeting of the Socii will be held at 8 o'clock, Monday evening,
he home of Professor Wood. Mr. Harry Lurie of Detroit will be
will lead the discussion of the topic "Unemployment".
R. H. HOLMES,, Committee Chairman.
). T. C. Band will assemble with instruments and music at the
Arch at 11:45 a. m. on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1922. Uniforms not,
e prompt. ROBERT ARTHUR.
. T. C. students will report at the R. O. T. C. building on. Tues-
n between 1 and 5 p. m. for the purpose of completing issue of
I for exchanges. R. 0. T. C. sleeve insignia and cheverons are
le. Canvas leggings will be exchanged.

Outside speakers will occupy many
important positions in Ann Arbor
churches today.
Robert Frost, Michigan's resident
poet, will address the student class of
the Baptist church on "The, World
Well Lost." Dr. Barrett's sermon in
the morning will be on "The New
Edgar A. Guest, popular poet, hum-
orist. and newspaper writer, will give
the fifth of the Wesleyan guild lectures
at 7:30 o'clock in the Methodist
church. The morning, topic by Dr.
Stalker will be "Your Rights in Your-
self." The Bible classes will meet in
the church auditorium instead of in
Lane hall as before.
Dr. B. F. P. Ivins, dean of Nashotah
seminary, Wisconsin, will occupy the
pulpit in the morning at St. Andrew's
Episcopal church. Dr. Ivins will also
speak at the student supper at 6
o'clock. Reverend Webb will continue
his series of "Great Men of the Christ-
ian Church."
Rev. Walter B. Denny, of Owosso,
will speak this morning at the Congre-
gational church. His topic will be
"Sacrifice ,and Song." The meetings
for University students will.not be
held today.
"Different Respones to the Truth,"
will be the theme of Rev. Gunderman's
sermon at 10:30 o'clock at Trinity.
Lutheran church, while he will take
thg subject "Christian Baptism" at
night. The Luther league will meet
at 6:30 o'clock.
Morning worship at the Church of
Christ will be in charge of their Uni-
.versity men's class. Several students
will speak in "A Program for the
"Honesty" will be the subject of the
morning sermon at 10:40 o'clock by
Dr. Robins in the Unitarian church.
At the Young Peoples meeting at 6:30
o'clock, Prof. E. R. Sunderland, of the
Law school, will speak on "AILawyer's
Appraisal of Modern Society."
Reverend Sayles will speak on
"Symmetry of Life" in the morning
service at the Baptist church.
(Continued from Page One)
of the Badgers and soon began- to
break up the Cardinal teamwork.
Against the Wolverines the famed
Bader floor pass proved a decisive
failure and as the game progressed
the Michigan quintet was using that
pass as much and with better re-
sults than the Badgers themselves.
Paper, taking the place of Cappon
at guard, put up a stellar game and
was a big factor in the Michigan de-
fense. The little guard stopped play
after play when the Cardinal forwards
brought the ball down the floor.
Michigan B. F. P. T.
Miler, if ..............1 1 1 1
Kipke, rf..............0 1 1
Ely, c....... ..50 01i
Paper, lg...0 0 0 1
Rea, .rg .... ......0 010
Birks, Ig... ......0 0 0 0
Wisconsin B. F. P. T.
Taylor,If..............1 5 1 1
Caesar, If ............2 0 1 2
J Williams, 1-f ...........0 0 1 1
Gibson,"c ..........3 0- 1 1
Gage, ec..............0 0 0
H. Williams,10 0 1 1
Tebell, rg.......0 0 1 1
Substitutions: Michigan, Birks for
Paper, Paper for Birks. Wisconsin, J.
Williams for Caesar, Caesar for J.
Williams, Irish for Gibson, Gibson for
Irish, Gage for Gibson. Officials-
Referee, Birch; umpire, McCord.

(Special to The Daily)
Urbana, Ill., Feb. 18.-The Illinois
Relay Carnival March 4 promises to
bring together the class of the Uni-
versity, College and High School run-
ners of the midwest section and,. in
addition, representatives of ' some of
the eastern and southern schools.
Entry blanks are not required for
this meet and consequently it is too
early to state definitely what schools
and colleges will start competitors.
However, the following universities
are practically certain to enter teams
in this Indoor Classic: Michigan,
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Chicaga,
Indiana, Purdue, Ohio State, North-
western, Iowa State, Nebraska, Grin-
nell, Drake, Kansas, Kansas State,
Missouri, Michigan Agricultural col-
lege, and Illinois, with a possibility
that Pennsylvania, Rice institute and
Johns Hopkins university will likewise
attend. This field alone insures the
success of the meet
The college section is expected to
include Beloit, Coe, Cornell, Central,
Mc., DesMoines, Knox, Illinois aes-
leyan, James Milliken, Eureka, De
Pauw, De Paul, Wabash; Oberlin, But-
ler, Lake Forest, Bradley, and Michi-
gan State Normal college.
The High School list is as yet un-
certain, but Cedar Rapids, Ia., Deer-
field, Shields, Oak Park, Chicago
University High, Champaign, La
Grange, Danville, Decatur, Murphys-
boro, and Urbana are expected to start

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per room of Lane hall.
e club meets in room
society meets at Lane
Frost speaks to Presby-
student class on "The
Lost." Y
1w, president of Detroit
any, speaks at Union.
meet in room 304 of Un-

7:00-Choral Union rehearsal at School
of Music.
7 :15"--Interlas swimming meet at
M, C. A. pool.
7 :30-Cercle Francais meets in the as-
sociation's room in South Wing.
7:30-Lutheran Girls club meets at
Luther chapel.
8:00-Acolyte meeting In room 106 of
Mason hall.
9:00-General membership dance at
Sophomore lits-Prom Kareh 31. Dues
for the year may be paid Tuesday,
Feb. 21, from .9 to,. 4 o'clock in main
corridor of University hall. Dues
are $1. Class Treasurer.
Meeting of the "M" club at' the
Union yesterday morning was post-
poned indefinitely due to the illness of
Joseph DePree, president, of Holland.
Mr. DePree was a former Varsity
baseball man. He had planned being
here yesterday for the Maroon track
meet, and to attend the meeting of the
"M" club, which was to be held in his
honor. Mr. DePree was taken sick
quite suddenly, however, and was un-
able to attend.

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