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FRIDAY, SAY 6, 1922
Aterature, Science, and the Arts - Dean's Advisory Committee:
ill be a meeting of the Advisory Committee Friday, May 5, at
office. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
in of all Seniors and other possible recipients of degrees or cer-
Dommencement 1922 is called to the fact that no degree will be
pon, or diploma or certificate be given, at oCmmencement 1922, to
who has not paid the proper diploma fee or certificate fee to the
f the University previous to the close of business, 4 p. in., Mon"
an be no exeeptions to this rule.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
of the College of Architeeture:
,rchitectural student is asked to attend a short meeting Friday
lay 5, at 3 o'clock in Room 311, on very important business.
W. K. RINDGE, President,. Class :'22.
H. L. FARLEY, President, Class '23.
J. R. COWIN, iPresident, Class '24.
T. A. DAVENPORT, President, Class '25.
ssociation of University Professors:
till be a meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the
sociation of University Professors Monday, May 8, at 8 o'clock
: Michigan Union. - .
CHARLES B. VIBBERT, Secretary.
Seniors in Mechanical Enginering please report to Professor
i in Room 439 New Enginering building at one of the following
re their picture taken for the records of the Mechanical Depart-
>r 4 p. m. on Friday, May 5. Any men who cannot appear at these
e make arrangements with Professor Orbeck for having their
en. H. C. ANDERSON.
s who expect to elect any of.the following courses next semester
in their names, not later than Monday, May 8, at 5 p. m., and
, 20, 22, 22a, 23, 23a, 2f, 27, 36, 35a (4 hrs.), 35b (Structural.
e arranged). -. B. NEWMAN.
ors giving sections in English 1 and 2 will meet in Room 407,
4:15 o'clock on Friday, May 5.'...
W. R. HUMPHREYS.
r for members of the Club and ladies will be served at the Mich-
ruesday, May 9, at 6:30.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
News of. the Day,
IN BRIEF ,
Genoa, May 4.-The German chan-
cellor, Dr. Wirth, and the German
foreign minister, Dr. Rathenau were
summoned to Premier Lloyd George's
villa today and remained for several
hours in conference with the premier,
Lloyd Birkenhead and. Sir Edward
Grigg. All were uncommunicative re-
garding subjects discussed but rumors
are current that plans were consid-.
ered for ameliorating Germany's re-
Peking, May 4.-Gen. Cnang Tso-
Lin, commander of the Sengtien forces,
has suffered reverses on three points
of the battle front according to advices
received here. At Machang, south of
Tientsien, Chang's losses are said to
have been heavy. Along the Hun river
at a place called Kuanhsien, it is as-
serted that his troops have been driv-
en eastward. The routing of the
Manchurian leader's troops from
Changsintien, which form the north-
west terminus of the- battle line op-
pears to be complete. Chang's troops
evacuated the vicinity of Changsin-
tien, which lies 12 miles southwest
of Peking under heavy fire this.morn-
New York, May 4.- Laborers and
employer members of the antharcite
committee on wage contract negotia-
tions failed today to make progress to-
wards a settlement of the strike. Aft-
er the session the miners expressed
dissatisfaction with the status of ne-
gotiations. Due to the operators re-
fusal to come forth with exact pro-..
posals for wage reductions, they as-
serted, that day was occupied in "just
talkinig over general economic condi-
London, May 4.-Austin Chamber-
lain,, government leader, announced in
the house of commons today that the
governmeit had declined to accept any
obligation to compensate the Russian
government for damages irisirig from
the actions of Allied troops in Russ-
ian territory after the armistice.
City Installs Novel Waste Baskets
Waste boxes of an ingenious pat-
tern have recently been installed at all
the principal street corners in the ctiy.
They are a part of the "Keep the City
Clean" campaign that is now in pro-
Dr. May in Detroit
Dr. George A. May, director of Wa-
terman gymnasium, is spending the
week in Detroit, attending the Nation-
al Convention for Physical Educa-
tion. Doctor May left last Tuesday
and is expected back early next week.
f EVENTS TO BE LISTED (
The Michigan Daily desires to
compile for publication a calen-
dar of all important campus
events between May 1 and the
j end of school. The dates and
(.names of all such events must
( be sent to the Calendar Editor,1
Michigan Daily, at once.
The suggestion has been made that
all students desirous of spending less
money buy meal tietets at the Arcade
Cafeteria. They'll save 8 to 10 per
I am buying old clothes and paying
the highest prices. $3.00 to $10.00 for
suits. Call 1677-W or bring them to
20 N. Main St. Dave Mordsky.-Adv.
Avoid aeiays by ordering your vis-
iting cards Pram 0.' D. Harrill, 1?
In the independent baseball legu*
the following games will be played at
Ferry field at 12:45 o'clock. Diamond
No. 1-Brasie vs. Harelik; diamond
No. 2, Lester vs. Forbes; diamonfd No.
3, Peterson vs. Hoffman; diamond No.
4, Deng vs. Golinski; diamond No. 5,
Greenberg vs. Gun and Blade club;
diamond No. 6, Glasier vs. Newhall.
In the interclass baseball league the
following games will be played off Sat-
urday at 10 o'clock: No. 1, pharmics
v . senior lits; No. 2, soph lits vs. loser
of medic-junior lit game.
"23 LITS NOTICE
I All members of the 1922 liter-
I ary class who have not yet paid I
( their class dues of $2 are urged to
[ do so at once. Checks are to be
I mailed to the class treasurer at
..2107 Washtenaw avenue. Names J
of senior lits whose dues are yet
I unpaid are now posted in the reg-
E istrar's office, according to Walt-
I er B. Rea, president of the class..
Delicious and Refreshins
, . .
ThM Coca'Cola ComPanY
_ " .^
FRESH LITS NOTICE ,
Freshman lits are requested to
mall 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.
WH Y NOT BUY OF A RESPONSIBLE CONCERN?
1919 LIBERTY SPORT-Completely over-
hauled and painted.
1914 CADILLAC SEDAN
1921 FORD SEDAN
1921 CH EVROLET SEDAN, F. B.
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
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"RIDER for PENS." Nickle's Ar-
Typewriting and Mimeographing
.promptly done. O. D. Morrill, 17
TIME'S FLYING-Order Them Now
VISITINYG CARDS .
ng Friday, May 5, 8 p. m.
F. E. ROBBINS.
100 Cards and Plate -
100 " from Your Plate
- $3.00 to $5.85
- *$ 1.75
Irl rt.. P l r Is 1
['S GOING ON
in meets at Union.
Nu and Athena meet'
rooms, University hall..
e dance at Union.
s match, Michigan vs. Un-'
Southern California. Fer-'
Michigan vs. Ohio1
ball, Michigan vs. Iowa,
opolitan club' (nen and w-
gets at Wesley hill.
'r Room Bible class meets
rarsity Blotter is out, and-
ad by calling at the Chimes
the Press building.
'INGER LECTURES ON
i PLAY BEFORE SOCIETY
e auspices of the Cercle
yesterday afternoon,, Dean
er, of the literary college,
z "La Belle Aventure and
y of de Caillavet and de
an Effinger declared that
e work of these two men'
dly not of a classical na-
had succeeded in elevating
a real place in the drama,
"La Belle Aventure," the
given this year by the Cer-
s, was a notable sample of
ss. After a discussion of
rk of these men. Dean Ef-
a critical revue of the play.
CAPS AND GOWNS
'Y FOR FINAL FITTING,
PROF. EEVES AGA IN TO
Prof. Jesse Reeves, head of the de-
partment of political science, will.
again be a leaded in the institute of
politics, this year at Williamstown,
Mass. The first of these institutes was
held last year, and was so successful
it will be repeated. The sessions will
be held at Williams college, July 27
to August 26.
Professor Reeves is a member of the
board of advisers, and is the only man
in a mid-western university not the
president of the college on the board.
He also will have charge of and lead
in a. round-table conference on "state
succession and peace treaties." He
will be the only mid-western educator
to lead in a round-table conferene.
The general suject. chosen for this
second session, "International Rela-
tions," will be treated in its histori-
cal, political, legal.., econzomic, and in-
stitutional phases, and special em-
phasis will be placed on the problems
of central and eastern Europe, the Far
East and Latin America. Membership
in the institute is open to men and
women who have notably distinguish-
ed themselves in the field of interna-
tional law and politics.
President Marion L. Burton has re-
ceived an invitation to an associate
membership in the institute. Presi-
dent Harry A. Garfield, of Williams
college, is president of the institute.
SALVATION ARMY FAILS TO
APPROACH QUOTA IN DIVE
Funds received to date by the Sal-
vation . Army in its campaign for a
new headquarters citadel have now
reached :pproximately $11,000, accord-
ing to local officials. At the present
time subscriptions from the fraterni-
ties and sororities have not been re-
ceived. The quota of $30,000 must be
reached by the end of this week, but
as most of the subscriptions from the
townspeople have been received, it is
not expected that the quota will 'be
reached, in spite of the extension of
BETHANY CIRCLE CONVENTION
TO MEET HERE THIS WEEK END
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
We wish to draw your special attention to our showing sf white Flannels.
It is not often that we; have been able to show such an unusual stock at such
$8.0 to $12.x.
We also wish to emphasize the unusual values found in our Halifax Tweeds
and Palm Beach Suits and Golf Sweaters.
You are always able to use
these clothes to advantage and that is one reason why they are so economical.
Halifax Tweed suits complete are selling for $.00.
Don't delay in mak-
ing your selection because, at this price we expect them to move.
gowns for Swing-Out have
. may be procured at,
[oe's on North University
imencing -this morning.
urged to come in early so
gate a rush for gowns at
t marks the beginning of 'a
tditional events preceding
s and graduating exer-
. Yearlings Win Debate
>f Alpha Nu Freshman de-
won the cup offered by
'al association to the de-
ty which scored the most
triangular debate, which
affirmative and negative
ha Nu won from their op-
scored 6 points, Athena
Palm Beach Suits from $10.00 up-1-These are all ready to wear.
Bethany Circle national convention
will be held here Friday, Saturday,
and Sunday of this week. All of the
meetings will be at the Church of
Christ on South University avenue.
Delegates from University of Illin-
ois, University of Missouri, Univer-
sity of Iowa, University of Kansas,
and Kansas State Agricultural col-
lege will be in attendance.
I. Karl Atalcoim
' Try-outs are wanted for the
I photographic staff of the 1922-
1 1923 Michiganensian. Phone .J.
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