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IIurI~II

L BULLETIN

CAMPUS ELECTION
SNOMINEES LISTED

Ad unti 3:30 p. , (11:30 a. m Saturdaya..

or 150

SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1822

Numb

e of Literature, Science, and the Arts - Administrative Boards
.ere will be a meeting of the Administrative Board in my office Sat-
morning,.April 29, at 10 o'clock. Short meeting; routine business.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
es of Engineering and Architecture: ,
ere will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Monday,
at 4:15 o'clock in Room 411, Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
of Education:
ere will be a general Faculty Meeting of the School of Education,
105, Tappan Hall, May 1, at 4:15. There is important business to be
cted. A. S. WHITNEY.
gy 19:
.e Newberry Hall section of Sociology 19 will meet in room 203 of the
nics building Monday at 7 p. m.
KARL W. GUENTHER.
Lecture:
ofessor Ross Aiken Gortner, of fhe Division of Agricultural Biochem-
University of Minnesota, will speak on the subject, "Vital Phen-
a as Colloid Processes" in-the Amphitheatre of the Chemistry build-
turday, April 29, at 8 p. m. All interested are invited to attend.
L. O. CASE.
al Science 2:'.
ading assignment for the week ending May 4: Beard, American.Gov-
nt, Chapter XXIX. EVERETT S. BROWN.
Aero Engineers:
.e following men (S. De France, Jr., J. E. Sommers, W. C. Naylor, H.
.ch, M. W. Green, Cheng Yee Liu, J. O. Scherer, W. P. Wagner) are re-
d to call at my office within the week of May 1 to 6.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.

Daily Will Publish Records of.
of Men Tomorrow Morn-.
tig .

Rest

CANDIDATES, ACTIVITIES ARE
PRINTED TO ASSIST VOTERS
In an effort to assist the voters of_
the campus to know something of
the activities of the ni en who have
been nominated for the various offices
for the campus election Tuesday, The.
Daily has compiled a list of the nom-
inees and their records.
As there is not space enough to
publish all of the names in this is-
sue, a similar list will be printed in'
tomorrow's Daily. Nominees who
have ,not yet turned a record of the
campius activities in which they have
participated may do so until 3 o'clock
today. All preferences to clubs or
organizations that would appeal to
a factional vote m'ust be omitted. The
Daily reserves the right to print only
the three most important activities..
Union President
James C. Stevens, '23-Union execu-
tive council, entertainment commit-

book exahange, assistant mnzager
Varsity Glee club, Upperolass adviser,
Daily staff.
Thomas J.: Lynch, '23E-Assistant
chairman Upperclass Advisory com-
mittee; chairman swimming pool cam-
paign, Opera committee, Student coun-
cil, J-Hop committee, class treasurer,
Engineering society treasurer.
' Recording Secretary
Bert E. Uebele, '23E-Assistant rec-
ording secretary, assistant basketball
manager, chairmen fall registration
committee, Union membership com-
mittee, Spotlight ticket committee,.
fall reception committee.
Lit Vice-President
Robert E. Adams, Jr., '23-Night
editor, Michigan Daily; chairman fall
reception and entertainment commit-
tee, Student councilman.
Councilmen-At-Larme,
Robert V. Rice, '23--Class president,
assistant basketball 'manager, assist-
ant editor of Michiganensian.
Robert- C. Mariarity, '24 - Daily
staff, ch'airman program committee
Mimes theater, chairman publicity
committee Varsity band, Union opera
publicity committee, Underclass con-
:duct committee.
John P. Lawton; '24-Class treasur-
er ,Varsity band drum major.-
Typewriters of the best makes. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.

ivews of
IN BR
Des Moines, April 2
breaking list of athl
thirteenth renewal c
lays will be run off
indications favoring ;
in the track events.
Preliminaries were
100 yard dash and 12
dles, the javelin an
running high jump,
shot put.

Philadelphia, April 28. - Rol
Legen'dre, of Georgetown univers
won premier athletic honors
Franklin field today in the open
session of the twenty-eighth ann
relay carnival of the University
Pennsylvania, when he captured
the third time the inter-colleg
pentathlon chainpionship, overc
ing the best all-round athletes of
East.
Typewriting and Mimeograph
O. D. Morril. 17 Nickel's Arcad
Ady

SHIRLEY SALISBURY, '24, THE
heroine in "Yellow J'acket," which
will be given in Hill auditorium to-
night.
WOLVERINES DOWN
CHICAGO; SCORE, 9-1
(Continued from Page One).

Try a

Daily Want Ad. Tt pays-

.., ._

".

Have You Bought Your Tioket For
'THE YELLOW JACKET"

IN HILL AUDITORIUMI

ical Engineering X35:
dgnmnt, Monday, May 1, Outline 30 and 31.

CHAS. B. GORDY.

r

WHAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
:00 Rehearsal ;of second act, "La
Belle Adventure," CerCle Francais,
South wing.
00-Picnic for Presbyterian young
people and friends. Meet at Presby-
terian church, corner Huron and
Division streets.
SO-Catholic students' matinee dance
at Union. -
00-Gun and Blade club men meet
at club house, Ferry field, for base-
ball practice.
00-pper Room Bible class meets
at Lane hall.
30-Craftsmen meet at Masonic

es annual play at Hill au-

SUNDAY
--University Men's Bible class
eets in Upper Room, Lane hall.
D0-Zionist society meets in Lane
all.
D-"Amos' Methods of Social Re-
rm" will be discussed by the Stu-.
ent class, Church of Christ, South
niversity avenue.
t1--Professor Blanchard addresses
resbyterian student class on "Fear
s a Factor in Spiritual Life."
--Menorah society meets at Lane

Half hour at Presbyterian.

LAW SCHOOL GETS
CLUB, DORMITORY
(Continued from Page One)
There . never was a .time when they
had ;so much power as now. It will
be for the lawyers to hold this great
republic together, without sacrifice of
its democratic institutions."
Plans for the building have been
prepared by York and Sawyer, of New
York City, and were presented to the
Regents for their approval at the
meeting yesterday. The building, ac-
cording to the drawings, is of excep-
tional beauty, of a.Gothic type of
architecture, and every detail of liv-
ing arrangement has been worked
over with the greatest care,. The
buildig is planned with reference to
a future new law schootbuilding.
See 'Great Advantage
It is the belief of the donor and of
the University authorities and the law
faculty that there .will be great advan-
tage in law students living together
and in at least occasional contact
with isiting lawyers who may be
members of ,the Lawyers' club.
The University authorities and the
faculty of the Law school express it
as their belief that the donor Whas
'shown great vision and appreciation
of the problems of legal education and
the law, in providing for the gradual
accumulation of a fund for legal re-
search, as stated in his letter. This
plan is likely to mark the beginning
of a new and fruitful epoch in legal
education and research.
Contracts for the erection of the
building. will lie let as soon as the
detaileG drawings can be prepared.
Perhaps only a portion of the building
will be erected at present, dependent
somewhat on building costs.
HARVARD HISTORY PROFESSOR
T4 SPEAK ON SECTIONALISM
Prof. Frederick J. Turner, of Har-
vard university, will lecture at 4:15
o'clock Monday afternoon, May 1, in
the Natural Science auditorium on
"The Significance of the Section in
American History." Professor Turn-
er has long been a .student of 'the fac-
tor of sectional interests in the Un-
ited States and is considered the lead-
ing American authority on the history.
of the westward movement in Am-
erica. He will speak' especially on
the consciousness of specialized in-
terests in the western frontier move-
ment, and its influence upon the na-
tion.
GAME, TRACK M1EET RESULTS
TO BE GIVEN OUT AT UNION
Results of the Wisconsin game and
the Drake relays will be given .out
this afternoon at the Union in the tap
room, the pool room and the reading
room. ,The reports of the baseball
game will be taken from the wire
while the relay meet results will be
received direct by radio. An amplifier
has. been installed that will give the
radio results directly as they are tak-
en in.

Michigan
AB
Uteritz, ss .. ... 5
Wimbles, 2b.......3
TKnode, lb ........6
Shackleford , rf ... 3
Kipke, cf......... 4
Klein, .......2
Roby ..............1
Paper, Sb.... . 3
Vick, c4... ..,. 4
Liverance, p... 5

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PRESENTED BY

TO NIC HT
Admissio, 50c and $1,00
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

MASQUES

Totals........36
Chicago

9 13 27 9

Oratorical Association

Lecture Course

Cole, cf. .......
Schultz, lt.......
Yardley, c .... ...
Dixon, lb........
McGuire, 3b......
Gertsma, rf.......
Curtis, 2b ..,.. .....
Fedor, ss.........
Burch, p . ...

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'SIRt

PAUL DUKES

1,

---ON--

'Secret Service in Red Russia"

Totals ......t.'.29 1 2713 3
The score by innings:
Michigan ........1 0 2 0 1 3 0 2 0-9
Chicago....... ;.440010 0 000-1
Summary:Two base hits, Knode,
Kipke, three base hits, Knode; home
runs, Knode; stolen bases, Uteritz,
Shackleford, Kipke, Paper; double
plays, McGuire to Curtis to Dixon,
2; bases on balls, off Liverance 1, _off
Burch 4; hit by pitcher, Klein, Roby,
Burh 2; sacrifice hits, Wmbles 3,
Burch 2; secrifice hits, Wimbles 3,
Shackleford. Umpire Driscoll.

'I

TUESDAY, MAY 2

I

SINCLE ADMISSION $1.00, OR COUPON No.10

Hill Auditorium

Eight 0'

* r

:00-Baptist guild social half hour..
:30-E. G. Cochrane, '2514, will lead,
Baptist guild devotional mee'ting on
"The Reality of Prayer."
:30-Stanton Ellitt leads Presbyter-
ian Young People's society .on
"Friedship, the Master Passion." -
:00-Rabbi Carl 1. Hermann, of Can-
ton, 'Ohio, speaks at Jewish Student
congregation in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
ontributors to Whimsies who have
sent matter without name and ad-
dresstare requested to communicate
with the editors at once. Otherwise
contributions cannot be used. Name
will be withheld from publication,
and initials or pseudonym substiu-
ted if desired.
ratorical association ushers report at
west entrance, Hill auditorium, at
7:30 o'clock, Tuesday, May 2, for Sir
aul Duke's lecture. Others wishing
to usher for this lecture call J. B.
Glasgow, 1680-W.
EMOCRACY ESSENTIAL TO
PEACE, DECLARES CESTRE
(Continued from Page One)
In speaking of .the present condition
world affairs, Professor Cestre
)etn some time in defining the atti-
de of France toward the other na-
ons of the world. He made it cer-
in that France did not wish to ap-
ear as a backer of imperialistic
ovements. "How can France feel
assured that Germany wants peace
ter what she has seen in the great
ar?" Professor Cestre asked. "Let
rance not be branded as undemo-
'atic.
"France places her trust in Ameri-
, and will always be ready to
lopt plans of disarmeut or to join
th the United States in a league for
ace," he stated.
Brown Withdraws From Ballot
Sheldon M. Brown, '23, has- with-
awn his name from the ballot as a

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If you'll buy your sport suit with' an extra pair of Knickers-and keep the
Knickers in your locker at the clubhouse-you'll make one suit serve for two.
Lots of nen are doing it-making it possible to combine a day of golf and
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The copyrighted extension sleeve feature of Bi-swing makes it an admirable
Golf Garment.

I

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with collar attached.

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play in our show windows,

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RUMMAGE SALE TAKES IN $90
DURING FIRST AFTERNOON
At least $90 were taken in at the
Rumage sale held yesterday afternoon
in the Y. M. C. A. for the benefit of
the University orf Michigan League
campaign fund. The sale started at
noon yesterday and will continue un-
til this evening. ,_
Pamela Brown, '24, announces that
there are still a number of dresses

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