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TRURSDAY, MAY 11, 1922
:en and Women:
mts who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
pean War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete
ir service, are asked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue
Leat of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This ap-
Jniversity students, including those who saw service before en-
e University for the first time.
izing of all former~ students has been completed. By means of }
nly will students now in attendance at the University be cir- ,r
urs of the Alumni Catalogue Office are, 8 to 12 and 1:30 to 5,
sday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and 8 to 12:30, Satur-
H. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
Union ushers who cannot attend all May Festival Concerts
t to me at once. W. C. HOLLANDS.
up for those who missed the mid-semester elamination in Phi-
ill be given Saturday, May 13, at 11 o'clock in Room 106 M. H.
WM. M. TCRAP.
and Electrical Engineers:
ve an opportunity, to hear about "Ventilation of Power Plants"
F. Hirshfeld, Chief of Research Department of the Detroit Edi-
y, on Thursday, May 11, at 8 p. n., in Room 348, Engineering
r. Hirshfeld promises that his treatment of 'this subject will be
nake it easily applicable to other types of structure than power
hough this is a regular meeting of the Detroit-Ann Arbor Section
ican Institute of Electrical Engineers, all persons interested are
vited to attend. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern
H. H. HIGBIE,
Chairman, Program Committee.
eshman Declamation Contest will be held tonight in Sarah Cas-
Hall at 8 o'clock. Contestants must be present at 7:45.
DONALD J. ROXBURGH..
[ents going to Rochester Friday to visit the Parke, Davis Biolog-
please note that special car leaves Ann Arbor at 6:30 a. m.
C. H. STOCKING.
Lif of the School of Education will give a reception to seniors -
or August - enrolled in the School and to graduate students
in Education, on Friday, May 12, from 4 to 6 o'clock, in the
.oom, 105 Tappan Hall. All students thus classified, and all per,
y connected with the instructural and administrative staffs of the
iducation, are cordially invited.
ery desirable that all students who expect to become chemical
ave at' least one summer's experience in industrial work. Ar-'
are being made with a number of Michigan manufacturers who
to employ one or more undergraduate .chemical engineers during
summer. Students who are interested in this will please see Pro-
Wood, 125, Chemistry building, within the next two weeks.
ALFED H. WHITE.
been requested to. announce that the Gun and Blade club will
reading room, Union, tonight at 7:30. Business of importance
us F. B. WAHR.
LIT EXAM SCHEDULES
PERIOD FOR FINALS SHORTER
THAN LAST YEAR; TO END
Examination schedules for the lit-
erary college are out today and may be
obtained in the office of the registrar,
University hall. Examinations begin
on Saturday, June 3. Thus in the
following lists, first Saturday denotes
June 3, second Saturday denotes June
10, second Monday denotes June 12,
and second Tuesday denotes June 13.
Morniig -examinations are held from
SOPHS AND FRESHIEN SET
FOR CONTESTS OF WEER-END
(Continued fromPage One)
student councilmen and "M" men, all1
men who acted as officials last year
that are here and James Hume, '23,
James Frye, '22, Sheldon Brown, '23,
M. B. Stahl, '23, Richardf Rowland,
'23E, H. W. Heidbreder, '23, John
Hamel, '23, John Burge, '23, James
Stevens, '23, Burton Dunlpp, '23, Walt-
er, Velde, '23, Proctor Gilbert, '23E,
S. R. Sarasohn, '22, and Jack Kelly,
9-12 o'clock; afternoon examinations
from 2-5 o'clock.
Monday classes are examined as
follows: at 8, second Monday morn--
ing; at 9, first Thursday morning; at
10, first Friday morning; at 11, first
Monday morning; at 1, second Satur-
day morning; at 2, first Friday after-
noon; at 3, second Tuesday afternoon.
Tuesday classes: at 8, first Satur-
day morning; at 9, first Monday aft-
ernoon; at*10, first Tuesday morning;
at 11, first- Saturday afternoon; at 1,1
first Wednesday morning; at 2, sec-
ond Tuesday rmorning; at 3,'second
Particular assignments: French 2
(all sections), second Monday after-
noon; Spanish 2 (all sections), sec-
ond Monday afternoon; rhetoric 2 (all
sections) second Wednesday morn-
ing; history 2, 2a, 2b, first Wednesday
afternoon; economics 1, 2, 47, first
Thursday afternoon; pyschology 7,
first Tuesday afternoon; mathematics
A, C, 1, 1E, 2, 2P (all sections), first:
Tuesday afternoon. '
COUNCIL DENIES COMPLICITY
IN ASSAULT ON .. VAN TYNE
Fresh Meet Tonight
Freshman enthusiasm and spirit in
preparation for the spring games will
reach its height tonight when all of
the classes of '25 will assemble in a
pep meeting at 7:30 o'clock in Natural
Science auditorium td organize and,
receiverinstructions for the coming en..
CO-OP STORE PLAN
TO BE DISCUSSED
Meeting of Students and Members of
Faculties Held Today
MIMES' NEW PLAY UNIQUE
"The Cloister' Has First American
Complete departure from any type
of play ever presented by a Mimes'
cast will be witnessed with the first
appearance in America 'of the poetic
drama, "The Cloister," at the Mimes
theater Friday and Saturday night,
according to those in charge of the
The drama has for its story the
struggle between the.gooda and evil in
the character of one of the monks of
the cloister, Doze Balthazar. He is
the victim of an ever present 'fear
that some secret misdemeanor of his
past life will be discovered by his
brother monks. It is this haunting
fear and a sensitive conscience that
leads to the climax of the play.
The play, unlike other Mimes' pro-
ductions, will also be free from fe-
male impersonations by male mem-
bers of ;the cast.
Tickets 'for both perforhiances 'will
go on sale at 10 o'clock this morning
at the Mimes theater box office. Mail
orders will be filled, upon the.receipt
of a check and self addressed enve-
lope. The price for all seats is $1.50.
Try-outs are wanted for
photographic staff of the 1
1923 Michiganensian. Phon
B. Vlack, 1508W.
S. OF E. SENIORS, NOTICE
. Seniors, of the School of Edu-
I cation are urged to order their
senior canes this afternoon at
Wagner and company, 303 South
We have a new stock of Rider's
Master Pens, large size, that hold over
two hundred drops. Rider's Pen Shops,
Mornings, 214 Nickels Arcade. Aft-
ernoons and evenings, 318 State St.,
Members of the student body, rep-,
resentatives of fraternities, sororities
and house clubs, and interested mem-
bers of the faculty will meet at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in the. Union to
act jointly in considering the adoption'
of the proposed plan for a ,co-opera-
tive store, and the opening of the
stock sale in the organization.
The plan submitted by .the sub-
committee of the University forum
appointed by Dean A. H. Lloyd, of the
graduate school, provides that the
price of shares in the proposed cor-
poration shall be $10 each, restricting
members to a maximum number of
10 shares. Authorized capitalization
of the organization would be placed
fat . $50,000.
Any changes in the plan which may
be thought necessary may be made at
the meeting today. All campus organ-
izations are earnestly requested to
send representatives, and members of
the student body are requested to at-
Ad in The Daily
sale? A Classified
will And a' buyer.-
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comment on the situation, saying that
,he did not know anything about it.
He said that he was not aware whether
or not the responsible parties were
Upon receipt of the news of the haz-
ing last night, President Marion L.
Burton immediately appointed a com-
mittee designated as the Committee
of Inquiry, for the purpose of sifting
recent hazings to the bottom, and fix-
ing responsibility for them. The mem-
bers of the. committee are Prof. J. B.
Waite, of the Law school, Prof. H. W.
King, of therengineering college,
Prof. R. T. Crane, of the political
science department, Prof. E. C. God-
dard, of the Law school, and Prof. M.
P. Tilley, of the English depart-
ment. At the conclusion of its session
last evening the committee said that
no report could be 'announced.
President Burton said last night that
he believed the Underclass Conduct
committee had nothing to do with the
affair, but that the committee he had
appointed was determined to trace
such unauthorized acts to their source
and.. end them permanently.
Chimes Sale Large
The sale of the May Chimes was the
best this year according to a state-
ment of J. W. ,Hume, '23,. business
manager-elect, yesterday. The cam-
pus sale amounted to over 1,500 cop-
ies, which, with the mailing list and
news stand sales, will completely ex-
ceed past records. .
The Coca-Cola Co.
L faculty members, students
:ampus organization represent-
s interested in co-operative
plan, meet at Union.
peclal meeting of La Sociedad
mica in Adelphi room, Univer-
hall. All urged to be present."
rarsity band meets at Library
pen air concert.
Important meeting of Chess
in room 306 of Union.
reshman mass meeting in Na-
un and Blade club meet In
ng room, Union.
feeting of Detroit-An Arbor
on of A. I. E. E. in room 348 of
Pomander Walk," Senior Girls'
at Whitney theater.
Lutheran students meet at 420
Liberty street for marshmal-
Fresh Frolic at Union.
n desiring physical examination
d report at Waterman gymnas-
any day this week from 2:30
nn Arbor Art association an-
ces an exhibition of Batiks by
Knapp, oil painti gs by G. A,.
ker, water colors by Edmund
impbell and Lars Hoftrup, and
Lad ink and pencil drawings by
Walker, Catherine C. Fowler,
Katherine McEwen. Open daily
2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
lni Memorial hall.
eeting of Alpha Delta Sigma
b. was announced for tonight
een postponed until the regular
; next week, Tuesday. All in-
ation will be at hand at that
oung People's society of St.
s Lutheran church invites all
eran students to a marshmal-
roast at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow.
at parsonage, 420 West Liberty
eeting of the Detroit-Ann Arbor
:n of the A. I. E. E. to be
at 8 o'clock this evening, will
[dressed by Mr. C. F. Hirshfeld,
of the research division of the
,it Edison company. on the sub-
VARSITY TENNIS TEAM MEETS
41 S. U. THIS AFTERNO0ON
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doubtedly hit his stride again and
play a steadier game.
Wirthwein and Judd, who have
paired up toether for some time past,
will most, likely form the first of the_
two Buckeye doubles'-.team. Park and
Carran will be the other Ohio pair.
Just how Michigan's racquet men will
double up is problematical. Coach
Wesbrook is experimenting with the
men in an attempt of finding the best
possible combinations,, and a shake-
up would not be unlikely.
Ohio's net team, las has been men-
tioned before, comes with a clean
record for the season., The Buckeyes
have five victories to their credit, two
of them being over Conference teams.
Capital, Wooster, Indiana, Purdue and
Dennison are the five schools which
have lost to the Buckeyes in the order
A victory for Michigan this after-
noon would give the men the proper
confidence with which to start their
eastern invasion next week.
FRESH EXPECT REAL TUSSLE
IN TELEGRAPHIC TRACK MEET
(Continued from Page Five)
this fact has caused much thought, for
Hubbard, Archie's best bet in the ol-
stacle event, made his best time of 16
3-5 just last Saturday. The time made
by the Illinois mile relay team is sen-
sational. In the Iowa meet they reg-
istered 3:33 25. Michigan's year-
lias have made no outdoor time for
Brooker and Prosser look like win-
ners in the pole vault, both of them
having :gone several inches;- higher
than any of their coming opponents.
The broad jump should be won by Hub-
bard without much effort, but Illinois
has two men who will probably take
second and third. In the high jumping
department, there will be a great deal
of action, for all of the men of both
squads in this event jump around 5
feet 7 inches.
Michigan should break even in the
weight events. The javelin throw is
conceded. to Illinois, while a first in
the hammer and discus are expected to
overbalance this weakness. The
chances for first in the shot-put stand
about even, the men on both teams
having made about the same distances
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will And a buyer.--
Senior Girls Play
Whitney 'T'heatre, May ith 8o'clock
Buy Your Ticket from 26- o'clock this afternoon at Hill Auditorium
Prices $1.00, - $1.50 - $2.00
This Space donated by Wahr's Bookstores
CITY'S SUMMER PAVING
PROGRAM NOW UNDER WAY
Work has been begun on the paving
of North State street from Huron
street to the Michigan Central depot.
During the summer Hill street is to
be paved from Washtenaw avenue to
Packard street, Packard street is to
be paved out as far as the city limits
and Cross street is to be paved en-
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.-Adv.
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