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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1922 Number 154
WrATs GING ON
CAM DAIS NROLMENT
SNOWS LAR GE INCR EA E
SPECIAL COURSES IN ASTRONOMY.
FRESH LITS NOTICE I
Freshman lits are requested to
mail their class dues to D. E.
Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave-
nue at once. No applications -
for Fresh Frolic tickets will be
considered unless dues are paid.
of Literature, Science, and the Arts - Dean's Advisory Committee:
re will be a meeting of the Advisory Committee Friday, May 5, at
my office. ~ JOHN R. EFFINGER. .
embly Thursday, May 4, at 10 o'clock, Room 348, Engineering build-
fessor Lorch will speak upon the nature, purpose and operations of
Eigan License Law for Engineers and Architects, and the relatiops
law to professional courses in the University.-
W. C. HOAD, Class Menter.
,n Effinger will speak in English on "La Belle Aventure", in Tappan
day, at 4:15. "La Belle Aventure" is to be this year's play given by
s of the French Department. All who are interested are welcome.
JEAN B. CLOPPET.
cal and Geographical Journal Club:;
re will be a meeting of the Club in Room G 436, Natural Science
on Thursday, May 4, at 7:30 p. m.
report of the spring meeting of the Association of American Geogra-
Professor Saur; "Some recent ideas concerning correlations between
ine and the Scandinavian glaciations," M. Leverett. All interested are-
y invited to attend. L. M. GOULD, Secretary.
y Club: "
ual meeting Friday, May 5, 8 p. m.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Council Change of Time:
e regular meeting of the. Senate Council will be held at 8 p. m., Mon-
:ay 8, in the President's office, instead of at 4:15 p. m. as previously
iced. R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
' FIRST REPERTOIRE DR A MA
TO BE GIVEN BY COMPLETE
y, suspense, .gripping mo-
1 every minute of "The Thir-
!hair," three act play, to be
d at the Mimes theatei' of the
i Union, Friday. and Saturday,
[UR HOLDEN, '24, (LEFT)
play -the juvenile in Mimes'
irteentli Chair," Friday and Sat-
ay. He is shown here with his
ding lady" of an earlier produc-
[INENT FOUNDRY EXPERT
'EAKS TO ENGINEERS TODAY
undry Practice and Equipment
e Automotive Industry" will be
ubject of an illustrated lecture'
r. George L. Grimes, of Detroit,
will be given at 7:30 o'clock
vening in room 629, Engineer-
f. Johnston Talks to '25E Men
f. Clarence T. Johnston, of the!
ttment of geodesy and survey-
gave a talk on the application
rospects of geodesy as regards
Bering to the freshman engineers'
day morning in room 348 Engi-
ig building. Edward M.-. Fox.
was elected to the honor com-
e as class representative for the
n, Sundwall on Detroit Program
sident Marion L. Burton and Dr.
Sundwall, director of students'
al welfare department, are on
rogram to speak at the twenty-
annual convention of the Amer-
Physical Education association
meets in Detroit today, Friday
Saturday. President Burton's
:t is "Being Alive."
nts Pass Pharmacy Examinations
Michigan men passed the state
acy examination held recently,
herefore are now eligiblei (to
:e as registered pharmacists in
ate of Michigan. They are Elmer,
ut, grad., James F. Hunter, spec.
Arthur E. Lampert, '22P, John
mer, '22P, and Leonard E. Weav-
May 5 and 6, by the Mimes Repertoire
Special scenery has been designed
which aids greatly in the atmosphere
that weirdly shaded lights cast over
the entire set. E. Mortimer Shuter,
director, has left no stage effect pass
unnoticed, everything is complete
down to the minutest detail of the
The cast is as follows: Madame La
Grange, Williani MacVay, '24; Inspec-
tor Donahue, James C. Stevens, '23;
Edward Wales, George Buchanan, '22;
Philip Mason, Harry C. Qlark, '24; Mr.
Roscoe Crosby, Garritt Demmink, '23;
Mrs. Roscoe Crosby, Harold Fritchie,
'24; Will Crosby, Arthur Holden, '24;
IHelen O'Neill, Howard Donahue, '24;
Mary Eastwood, Gordon Loud, '22;
Mrs. Grace Standish, Robert Coffin '24;
Mr. Howard Standish, Ralph Hagami-
er, '23; Mrs. Helen Trent, Jack Hold-
en, '22; Mr. Trent, Jim Beresford, '24;
Elizabeth Erskine, Raymond Dresser,
'24; Sergeant Dunn, Gordon Whitbeck,
'22; Pollock, the butler, William Ew-
The box office ticket sale' opens at
10 o'clock today and continues on
through till 6 o'clock Saturday eve-
ning. All seats are reserved and will
cost $1 each.
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53, and Edgar C.rCochrane, '25M, 36;
and Disciple, Carl Fry, '25M, and John
A. Moreland, '24E, 14.
Officers in the Oratorical associa-
tion were 'elected as follows: presi-
dent, Edward T. Ramsdell, '23, 1,288,
and ,Donald 3. Roburgh , '24, 743;
vice-president, Paul A. Rehmus, '23,
1,471, and Wllfrid Hocking, '24,' 578;
treasurer, Ross A. McFarland, '23,
1,268, and.Harold M. Dorr, '23, 632;
secretary, Marion F. Taylor, '24, 961,
ahd Catherine J. Stafford, '24, 848. The
delegates at large were voted on as
follows: A. J. Parker, '23, 1,102, Bea-
trice L. Champion, '23, 1,041, Thomas
J. Donahue, '23, 1,055, J. K. Dunn, '24,
982, Ruth S. Sutherland, '24, 986, Don-
ald Cook, '24, 905, Mary I. Hobson,
'23, .853, Blanche V. Kynast, '24, 850,
these- eight being elected. The other
candidates were Julius B. Glasgow,
'23, 832, Beatrice E. Sandles, '23,
824, Walter Pear, '23, 716, Frank J.
Ortman, '23, 683, Celma Simonson, '23,
651, Ronald Ryan, '24L, 646, F. Roland
Allaben, '23, 627, Andrew Beam, '23,
588,&Loyal Wilson, '23, 565, and Frank
H. Backstrom, '24, 536.
The sophomore dental- class will
have a special election to elect a Stu-
dent council representative. The
candidates nominated by this class
appeared on the ballot under the title
junior dents, causing a misunder-
standing. The candidates for the
Student council from the sophomore
engineer class have requested a re-
count of the ballots as there was a
difference of only one vote in the to-
tals of the twocandidates.
A. I. E. E. Elects Officers
Richard N. Olds, '23E, was elected
next year's president of the University
chapter of the American Institute of
Electrical Engineers at a meeting of
that organization last night in room
273, Engineering building. Charles
C. Farnam, '23, was chosen to fill the
position of vice-chairman, while Al-
len J. Martin, '22, was re-elected sec-I
retary. Ray Van Volkenburg, '23E,
was unanimously elected treasurer.
"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
1:15-Ernest W. Owen, Sun Life In-
surance Co., lectures on "Life In-
surance as a Profession."1, .
4:15-Dean Efinger lectures on "La
Belle Aventure," in room 205, Tap-
pan hall. j
4:15-Bahai Study circle meets at
4:15-Advainced Students' recital at
7:00 - General rehearsal for the
French play in Sarah Caswell Angell
7:00"-"Jesus' Interpretation of Life,"
a laboratory course, in Upper room,
7:00 - Choral Union rehearsal at
School of Music.
7:00-Union freshman orchestra prac-
tice in, reading room of Union.
-7 :15-1, 0. T. C. club meets at Union.
Election of officers.
7:15--Meeting of Westerners at Lane
7:15-Meeting of La Sociedad Ils-=
panica for election of officers, Adel-
7:30-George L. Grimes, of Detroit,
lectures on "Foundry Practice and
Equipment .in the Automobile In-
difstry" in room 229, Engineering
7:30-iTraverse City club meets at
7:30-Military ball comniit'ee meeting
8:00-Freshman debating teams of
Alpha Nu, Adelphi and Athena meet
8:00-Christian Science society meets1
in Lane hall auditorium.
7:00-Tauman meets at Union.
9:O0-Crease dance. at Union.
The May Varsity Blotter is out, and
can be had by calling at the Chimes
office in the Press building.
SENT TO SIXTEEN
Reports went out from Dean
Humphrey's office Tuesday placing
16 on probation and warning 19. There
are already 154 on probation, to
whom notices of their standing was
sent, while 270 others will receive
letters today telling of unsatisfactory
work. This makes a total of 459 who
have been reported. Each letter re-
quests better work in order to have
the possibility of a clear record at
the end of the semester.
JUDGE LANDIS SPEAKS AT
ALUMNI DINNER SATURDAY
Judge Landis will speak before 580
alumni of 40 different colleges and
universities at luncheon in the Hotel
Statler, Detroit, at 12:15 o'clock Sat-
urday, May 6. At ,the dinner there
will be speeches and songs, after
whielh the men will go to Navin field
and witness one of the Detroit-Chicago
Ty Cobb, Kid Gleason, and other
university graduates will be guests at
the Sttler. Tickets may. be bought
eithertat the Hotel Statler, or Soper's
cigar store for $1.25. Exchange cou-
pons for the baseball game are now
on sale at Soper's.
Fornier Newberry Girls Entertained
All former "Newberryites" on the
campus were entertained at a tea from
4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
Helen Newberry residence. Bridge
and dancing were the afternoon's di-
versions. Music was furnished by the
Dun fountain pens sold by O. D.
Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade, hold sev-
eral times as much ink as the ordi-
Enrollment in the Davis engineer-f
ing camp for the summer of 1922 is1
already in excess of the highest pre-
vious total enrollment for any sun-
mer, stated Prof. C. T. Johnston, of the
geodeey and survweying departmenpt,
director of the camp, yesterday.
Practicing surveyors are to be giv-
en opportunity to take special courses.
related to surveying, such as astron-
omy and mathematics, says Professor
Johnston. The Regents approved the
general plans for these courses at
their last meeting, and definite courses
according to the particular needs of
practicing surveyors are now being
outlined. Professor Johnston express-,
es hope that this phase of the camp
work will grow to an importance
comparable, to that of the regular un-
Students to the number of 140 or
160 are expected to attend the camp,
of whom 128 .have already enrolled.
Two successive sections will be ar-
ranged this year as was the case last
summer, since the 'limited facilities
of the camp will not care for the num-
ber enrolled. Courses wil-1 be the
same as those offered last season, ex-
cepting for the special surveyors'
Prof. H. B. Merrick, of the depart-
ment of goedesy and surveying, who
has spent the past four years in
China on leave of absence from the
University, will arrive here during
June to participate in the summer
camp. Professor Merrick left in 1918
to assist Joseph Ripley, '76, in the im-
provement of the Yellow river for the'
Chinese government, and has since
directed the government engineering
work on the Tien-Tsin river, Chihli,
I The performance of the; Senior
Girls' play, "Pomander Walk," which
was erroneously announced in the
What's Going On column yesterday to
be scheduled tonight, will be, given May
11 at the Whitney theater.
100 visiting cards, latest styles, from
new plate, $3.00 up, at 0. D. Morrill's,
17 'Nickel's Areade.=Adv.
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