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Al BULLETIN
m. (11:3 a .. Saturdays.)
[AY 2, 1922 Number 162
te Council will 'be held at 4:15 p. m.,
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
1 students of Education at Newberry
esident McKenny, of the State Normal

BF

lESH AIR CAMP FUND.
NOW TOTALS $1915,92

DAILY 'a

A. S. WHITNEY.

the Research' club has again been'
the absence of one of the speakers'
11 appear in the Daily Official Bulle-'
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.'
gineering please report to Professor
ring building at one of the following
e records of the Mechanical Depart-
iy 3, or Friday, May 5. Any men who
ke arrangements with Professor Or-,
H. C. ANDERSON.

nours please m
pictures taken.

OUTSTANDING PLEDGES EXPECT-
ED TO RAISE AMOUNT OVER
$2,000 MARK
With the filling of pledges by all fra-
ternities, sororities and league houses,
except two sources, the total amount
reached yesterday noon in the Uni-
versty of Michigan Fresh Air Camp
fund was $1,915.62. The funds came
from two sources, tag day donations
and outside contributions."
C(ampus GivE $638.37
Maney from the first source was ob-
tained in the following amounts: Fra-
ternities, sororities and league houses,.
$742.45; campus, $638.37; merchants,
$111.60; faculty, $99.65, and commun-
ity, $59.15. Outside contributions
brought $120 from alumni and $99.50
from local sources.
It is expected that the outstanding
student pledges will bring the total
well over the $2,000 mark, while with.
the receipt of promised subscriptions
from the faculty, alumni and towns-
people, both in money and supplies,
the campaign will be cbsed.
Camp Assistant Needed
There is still need of University
men as assistants, and anyone who
wishes to help at the camp this year,
either for the whole period or part of
the time, is asked to get in touch at
Lane hall with Louis Reimann, '16,
who will be in charge of the camp
again this- year.
Thqse in charge are anxious to have
the following supplies donated to the
camp: Victrola, records, large ice
box, camera and four flat bottom
boats. Groceries are also included
in the supplies.a
Something for saie? A Classified
.d in The Dalty will ind a buyer.-
dv..

ARTHUR G. CROSS, '20
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
l ._
Arthur G. Cross, '2a, died April 6 in
Muskegon from pneumonia which set.
in after an^ operation for appendici-
tis. Cross was a member of the Var-
sity track squad for the years '17, '18,
'19 and '20. He was also a member
of Trigon and Michigauma.
In 1919 he broke the indoor pole
vault record at Cornell. This was not
surpassed until Landowski broke it
this year. At the time of his death
Cross was assistant advertising man-
ager for the Shaw Walker company.
Yesterday's Gacmes

1r. Ca RA S caIE HX S WiTH '
ATLE1 S QF WOM0 'EN'S CLUB
Dr. Cora J. Best accompanied the
athletic section of the W omen'sFac-
ulty club on their hike yesterday aft-
ernoon. At a stop by the roadside
the hikers were. addressed by Dr. Best
on "The Ideals of True Sportsman-
ship." Following this talk' Mrs.. R. H.
Curtiss spoke in appreciation of r.
Best's iigterest in the section. A gift
was then presented to both Dr. Best
and Mrs. Shippan
GEOLOGY PROFESSORS RETURN
FROM METING IN NEW YORK
Prof. H. A. Brouwer, exchange pro-
fessor in geology, and Prof. C. O.
Sauer of the geology department, haveI
returned after spending the past week
in New York, where they attended the
annual meeting of the National Geo-
graphical society.
Professor Brouwer also spent sev-
eral days in Washington, where the
Academy of Science has been in ses-
sion.
Cistern Hole Now Filled
Repairs have been completed upon
the cistern that recently caved in be-
hind University hall. The 240 square
yards of dirt needed to fill in the
cistern were taken from the excava-
tions for the annex to the Adelia
Cheever house.

Conference
illinois, 12; Northwestern 2.

American League
Chicago 6, Detroit 5.
Cleveland 1, St. Louis 8
sixth).
Washington 5, Phillies 8.
Boston 5, New York 2.

TEAX 1flJS TURN fi scokIs
All members of the University who
wish to qualify for the golf team,
which will play Ohio State's team in
the near future, should play 36 holes
match play against bogey, turning in
a certified score to Prof. Thomas C.
Trueblood of the public speaking de-
partment not later than 6 o'cloclt
Thursday. Summer rules will pre-
vail and bogey for match play will
be as follows: 4, 5, 3, 5, 4, 5, 4, 4, 5.
Union Flag Poles Erected
After considerable delay the fla*
poles at the entrance of the Union
building have been erected. They are
the gift of the '23 Dent class and will
bear the flags of Michigan and her op-
ponents during athletic contests.
FRESHMAN TRACK NOTIC I
'

(end of

All freshmen indoor track Jer-
seys are now at the intramural
office. Men who have won them
can get same by calling at this
office.

National League
New York 10, Boston 3. -
Philadelphia 0, Brooklyn 2.-
Pittsburg 7, Cincinnati 6. '
. You'll find many bargains when you
-*d Michigan Daily Ads--Adv.

SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUI
E A T A T REX'S
712 Arbor Str..t
. Stat. andi Packard Streeta

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udents have been assigned to buildings for the first ses-
the second. here are between 50 and 60 students
e work at Camp Davis this summer, .who have not been
ers. Attendance at the two sessions must be kept practi-
'y effort has been made to secure fairness in the assign-
ssions. To protect students who are t pursue the re-
Surveying next year, and to prevent over-crowding, stu-
)tice that in assignments to the first session of 1923, no
ble to Aake the work in 1922 will be considered nor will
ven a place in the second session until all of i ext year's.
ed for, Course 3 is a~n absolute requirement for gradua-
,ions will be considered. Enrollment of all men now elig-
leted by May 8.
C. T. JOHNSTON..
H. E. RIGGS.

TIME'S FLYING-Order Them Now

100 Cards and Plate -"-
100 3 fromi Your Plate

$3.00 to $5.85
$ 1.75S

*.

Room 202 Physics at 4:15 p. m.
will speak on the "Theory of Im-'
dially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.
., J. E. Sommers, W. C. Naylor, H.
O. Scherer, W. P. Wagner) are re-
ek of May 1 'to 6.
F.W.PAWLOWSKI.

WAHR'S

Universty Book Store

Oratorical Association

Lecture Course

at

"SECRET SERVICE IN RED RUSSIA"

program will be as follows: 1. "The Use of
ory of Fish," John Van Oosten; 2. "Palato-
el Changes," John H. Muyskens. Election of

.a. BY

i

H. R. SNOW, Secretary.

SIR

PAUL

the Acolytes will be held Tuesday, May 2, at 8 p.
General Philosophy of Robert Browning", by C. N.
A. C. BENJAMIN.
be School:
ling of thfe Executive Board of the Graduate School
:10 p. m. A.H.LLOYD.
:.mination, postponed from last week, will be given
e regular lecture period.
.;'W. B. PILLSBURY.

DUKES

$ingle Admission, $1.00 Or Irvin S. Cobb oupon

at

HILL AUDITORIUM

TODAY

8 o'clock

'S GOING ON
'UESDAY
Union rehearsal at
usic.
d club meets in room
orchestra pir tice in
Union.
rs club meets in room
.
a1un meets in room 806
Hens club meets at Un-
n of officers,
'p club meets at Union.
elta Sigma meets in

Mimes Rehearses
For Spook Play
Creation of suspense, complete stage
presence and instant response to emo-
tional cues, are being drilled into the
Mimes'- cast for the "Thirteenth
Chair," the mystery drama which will
be presented at Mimes theater next
Friday and Saturday night.
Members of the cast, according to
E.. Mortimer Shuter, who were select-
ed from more than 50 tryojits, are
now developing the ,quality of "feel-
ing" which is so necessary in the cre-
ation of an atmosphere of expectancy
and suspense pervading a drama like
the "Thirteenth Chair."
The play is to be set in the "blue
room" of a fashionable Riverside
drive residence. The scenery, which
is already finished, is said by Mimes'
officials to -be more complete and ef-
fective than any recently used in an
amateur campus production.
Probably the chief ,center of inter-
est during the major portion of the
play is "Inspector Donahue," played
by James C. Stevens, '23, who con-
ducts the examination and "#third de-
gree" in an endeavor to solve the mys-
tery and make.a name for himself with
his chief.
FRATE RNIl Y TRACK
MEET ON MAY 11

I , p

. x

Mario Chamlee

ecardo

meeting in

roem i

106,

Dukes speaks at Hill

,ry circle meets

at

Union rehearsal

at

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FOUR DA YS-MAY 17, 18, 19,20-SIX CONCEiRTS
Sin ers -= P ianists:
Orchestra - Choruses
MICHIGAN'S GREATEST MUSICAL EVENT
A limited number of course tickets still available at $4.50 and $5.00.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary

-a~ln Pease

I

club practise at

r_

of Phi Tau club at Un-'
club meets in room 30S

ha

CES

ion ushers report at
Hill auditorium, at
ght, May 2, for Sir'
ure. Others wishing
a ,lecture call J. B.

i

will meet at 8
t at Lane hall.
every member
sies who have
name and ad-

Track teams' of the. different frater-
nities on the campus will clash in their
annual meet on May 11. This date is
rather earlier than usual, but on ac-
count of the short period of school left
it was deemed wise to move the meet
up to this time. For the same reason
the league system has been dispensed
with, and all the teams will compete
in the preliminaries which will be
held May 8 and 9, and the finals on
the following Thursday.
Managers of the different house
teams are requested to see to it that
their entry list is in the hands of
the intramural office by Saturday,
May 6.
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
cadtu--Adv.
Pa trorhise Daily Advertieere.--Adj.,

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