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4, 1922

Number 110

el H. Hodgin of the Teachers' Annuity and Insurance Associa-
i the office of the Secretary of the University from 10 to 12
orning and 10-12 a. m. and 2-3:30 p. m. Monday, March 6, for
f conferring with members of the faculties upon the advan-
by the Teachers' Anuity and Insurance Association. Mr. Hod-
r explain any questions with regard to policies issued by the
,nd members of the faculties are urged to take this opportu-
ng information. These members of the faculties who in ac-
the ruling of the Board of Regents should take out policies
tributory plan, and who have not as yet done so, are urgently
confer with Mr. Hodgin.
meeting has been arranged for Monday at 3:30 p. m. in New-
ditorium. SHIRLEY W. SMITH,.
Secretary.
- Required Medical Examination:
rence of the Deans held March 1 it was agreed that in the
ts who do not submit themselves to the medical examination
gents, by their action of April 29, 1921, have required of all
it toward a degree gained in the year in which the delinquen- '
hall be withheld until the delinquent has complied with the
F. E. ROBBINS.
y, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
1 be a meeting of the Faculty of the College of Literature, Sci-
Arts, Monday, March 6, at 4:10 p. m. in Newberry Hall to con-
ort of the Committee on Requirements for the Teachers"Cer-
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
it for Monday, March 6. Write problems 34 to 54, Section B.
W. A. PATON.
pplementary Examination:
of the class who were absent from the examination at the end
mester will meet in Room 229, Natural Science building, at 9
ty, March 4. A. FRANKLIN, SHULL.
uminations:
lemnetary examination for those who missed the final examina-
y 1 will be given Saturday morning, March 4, from 9 to 12 in
all. W. A. FRAYER.
ntest:
.scripts for the oratorical contest must be handed in by Satur-
at noon in 302 Mason Hall. The date for the preliminary con-
.nounced later in the Daily. O. A. BROWN,
Department of Public Speaking.
udents:
Goetsch, Professor of Surgery in the Long Island College Hos-
n, will lecture to all-medical students this morning at 11 in the
itheater of the Universiy Hospial.
HUGH CABOT.
ity Concert:
wng program will be given at the concert in Hill Auditorium,
loon 'at 4:15 o'clock: Overture, "On the Neva" (Canivez);
ire, Nos. 1 and 2, Op. 51 (Schubert); A Passing Fancy (Jewell);
Bring Liberty's Call (Carvers), University Band, Cilfred Wil-
ass Singing, George Oscar Bowen, Leader; Grande Valse, Li-
les (Ch. Pillon); March, "The Co-Ed" (Zamecnik); Gems from
rr. Missud); March, "Spirit of the Times" (Sanglear), Univer-
,ss Singing. The concert will begin on time and the doors will
ing the performance of numbers. (Children will not be ad-
admission charge.
CHARLES .A. SINK, Secretary.

WISCONSINTOURBU
INFIELD ON ALL TEM
WISCONSIN NINE LOOKS STRONG
IN BATTERY MEN FOR THE
COMING SEASON
(By Associated Press)
Madison, Wis., March 3.-Graduation
and ineligibility will make it neces-
cary for Coach Guy S. Lowman, to
rebuild the entire infield of the Wis-
censin baseball team before it enters
the 1922 Western Conference season.
A team up to the standard of past
years, but comparatively inexperienc-
ed, is expected by the Badgers.
Many Lost ,
With the loss of Davy at catch, Ly-
Kman at second base, Farrington at:
short stop and Ruediger at third base,
besides Williams, ; a veteran pitcher,
Coach Lowman is confronted with a
problem in selectiig new men.
Paddock Captain
The pitching staff will be built
around F. G. Paddock, captain of the
1922 team and star twirler of last sea-
son. P. A. Hoffman and H. 0. Chris-
tianson, of the 1921 squad also will be
available for mound duty with Ashley
Mills a promising candidate for the
bat.
L. G. Barry, substitute catcher and
outfielder of last season, is expected
to do the back stopping for 1922, with
Edmund Aschenbrenner and J. J.
Prokop substitutes.
The loss of Ruediger due to inelig-
ibility will require that the third base
position be filled by a new man. Ross
F. Dugan, sophomore with high school
experience is a likely candidate for
the post.

Do You Know-
That Dean C. Worcester was a mem-
ber of the first Philippine commis-
sion, that he held for years a prom-
inent position in the Philippine ad-
minstration, that today he is one of
the most eminent authorities on Phil-
ippine and other insular government
and cofiditions, having written many
books and papers on the subject, that
he is now president of the Manila Re-
fining company, and finally, and most
important, that he graduated from
Michigan in 1889?
New York Club Plans Mixer
The New York State club discussed
plans for a mixer to be held some
time in the future at the Michigan Un-
ion, at a meeting held in Mason hall
Thursday evening.
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.
LAST TIME TODAY
Alice Calhoun

All members of the 1922 liter-
ary class who have not yet paid
their class dues are urged-to do
so at once. Checks are to be
mailed to the class treasurer at
2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names I
of senior lits whose dues are
I yet unpaid are now in the reg-
Iistrar's office, according to Walt-
e? B. Rea, president of the class.

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Warns Against Small Pox ;I
Students who are not protected
against small pox are again reminded f T1
by the University Health service that
they should be vaccinated. While the

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IWS OING ON
SATURDAY
duor engineer basketball
at Waterman gymnasium.
,ure by Dr. Emil Goetsch in
amphitheater of University
ity band rehearsal in Uni-
Hlall.
er Room Bible class meets'
hall.
Windy March" party at the
esbyterian church.
tsmen business meeting at'
temple. Craftsren only.
tsmen confer third degree.
er Masons invited.
leville at Mimes Union the-

party of
Nickel's
SUNDAY

La Sociedad
Arcade.

rsity Men's Bible class
Upper room of Lane hall.
kichi Katsuzumi will ans.
ions concerning the Lim-
f Armament conference,
Christ, South University
W. D. Henderson speaks
Testament Sources" at
Ian church.
rah society meets at Lane
re on Christian Science at
swell Angell hall.
en meets in room 302 of
tive committee, Gun and{
b, meets in room 306 of{
half-hour at First Presby-
arch.
eyl,'28'., leads First Pres-
Y. P. meeting on subject,j
;ion a Fundamental of
Life?"

U. S. CONTROL OF RADIO
OUTFITS SEEMS ASSUREDa
(By Associated Press)
Washington, March 3.-The ra-
dio conference meeting throughl
three committees in secret session to
form plans for controlling radio tel-
ephones, was reported today as mak-
ing progress in working out control
involving allocation of wave lengths,
a priority plan for materials and a
time schedule for operation.
It has been virtually decided, it is
understood, that the departmenit of
commerce will ask congress for an
extension of powers to bring order
out 'of the chaos In the air. Definite
control of the number and power of
sending stations, it was said, was
an important factor in any program.
WEEKLY SUNDAY AFTERNOON
TALK AT UNION POSTPONED
'No meeting on the Union Sunday
afternoon talks series will be held
this week end. Merlin Wiley, state
attorney general, who had been ten-
tatively scheduled to speak tomor-
row, has beeni compelled to postpone
his talk until later in the spring.
Such men as Gov. Alexander Groes-
beck and Eddie Rickenbacker are
listed among those who will appear
in the series this semester.
Brooklyn Doctor to Speak Here
Dr. Emil Goetsch, Ph.D.,. M. D., F
A. C. S., professor of surgery in the
Long Island college hospital of
Brooklyn, will address the medical
students of the University at 11.
o'clock this morning in the medical
amphitheater of the University hospi-
tal on the subject, "Some Recent Ad-
vances in the Study of Goiter."
Tryouts Report Today
Students desiring to try out for the
copy writing department of The
Michigan Daily are requested to see
A. J. Parker at The Michigan Daily
business office between 10 and 12
o'clock this morning or between 2 and
3 o'clock Monday afternoon. -

Wililams on First
At first base the team will have
John Williams, regular on the 1921
squad. The second base position is in
doubt, being about evenly contested
bq T. B. Foy and H. B. Piggott.
It is thought that A. C. Elliott, cap-
tain and outfielder on the 1921 team,
wil be brought in to shortstop this
year. Otherwise H. R. Combacker is
the probable selection for the place.
Two 'basketball men,' Rollie Wil-
Hams and Druke Ceaser, will be avail-
able for the outfield as soon as their
playing season is completed. The
third place in the field will probably
be filled by a last year's freshman,
James Powell, or Ralph L. Sheridan.
Take Training Trip
The Badgers are to take a spring
training trip , this year for the first
time, swinging down into Mississippi
during the spring vacation In April.
Three games are on the spring prepar-
atory schedule.
Poor training weather has always
handicapped the Wisconsin team, ham-
pering practice so that the squad In
relatively unprepared to enter the
Conference season. The spring trip
will afford a means of overcoming this
handicap.
Cage practice is being carried on
daily with candidates for the squad
training in field work. The batteries
have been training since the first week
in January.
Education Banquet Tuesday
"Get acquainted" is the slogan for
the banquet. to be given by ,Junior and
senior classes of the School of Edu-
cationn at 6 o'clock next Tuesday at
the Union. The banquet will be fol-
lowed by a musical program, after
which Dean A. S. Whitney andkProf. J.
B. Edmonson will give shotr talks.
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U-NOTICE
of Holbein prints and orig
trations is on display in
gallerygof Alumni Memor-
rners to Hold Smoker
students from ,the Rocky
and Pacific states will be
participate in a smoker to
arch 16 at the Union by the
club. The club is also
meeting for all women
same states in the near

Pres. Burton Out of Town
President Marion L. Burton went
yesterday to Bay City, where he was
scheduled to address the Michigan
alumni. ' He will speak before the
alumni of Saginaw today, and will
spend the week-end with Regent W.
L. Clements, of Bay City.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will find a buyer.-
Adv.

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