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iCIAL ULLET.N
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, MAY 12, 1922

Number 161

Senate:
ourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year will
at 8 p. m., Monday, May 15, in Room C, Law building. Report of
Control of Student Publications. Consideration of proposal for es-
a University Committee on Discipline,
J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
Education Reception:
taff of the School of Education will give a reception to seniors
ae or August -- enrolled- in the School and to graduate students
g in Education, on Friday, May 12, from 4 to 6 o'clock, in the
Room, 105 Tappan Hall. All students thus classified, and all per,
tly connected with the instructural-and administrative-staffs of the
Education, are cordially invited.
Engineering Students:
very desirable that all students who expect to become chemical
have at least one summer's experience in industrial work. Ar-
s are being made with a number of Michigan manufacturers who
g to employ one or more undergraduate chemical engineers daring
g summer. Students who are interested in this will please see Pro-
.Wood, 125, Chemistry building, within the next two weeks.
ALFRED H. WHITE.
y 1'
pic for the last'exercise in Philosophy I, due May 25, will be found
the bulletin boards in the Study Hall of the Library Saturday
May 13.
C. B. VIBBERT,
R. M. WENLEY.
ion Ushers:
1 Union ushers who cannot attend all May Festival Concerts
ort to me at once. W. C. HOLLANDS.
e afternoon of Monday, May 15, there will be a Review in honor
Xeneral George Bell, Jr., U. S. Army, and President Marion L. Bur-
Corps will assemble at the north end of the Engineering building
m., 'where rifles,.belts, and bayonets will be issued and organiza-
ned. Band will bring instruments and music. The Review will
at4 p.m.
thority of the President and the Deans, students who are members
0. T. C., are excused from classes on Monday afternoon. A com-
idance will therefore be expected.
nts are cautioned to wear insignia of rank, collar insignia, service
d chevrons to which entitled, R. 0. T. C. emblem, and any marks-
adges and service ribbons or other awarded decorations.
rm: Service uniform complete with blouse.
ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.
aneous Contest:
econd extemporaneous contest of the year will be held on Tuesday,
he preliminaries will be held Saturday morning, May 20. All stu--
eligible except'first semester frestimen, winners of previous con-
members of Delta Sigma Rho.,, The subject for the contest is:
a Peace Conference. Preliminary speeches will be four minutes
All those wishing to enter the contest should mail their names
asses and class to the chairman of the Contest Commitee at once.
F. ROLAND ALLABEN,
920 E. Washington St.,
Chairman of Contest Committee. l
will be an important meeting of Alpha Nu Debating Society at
y evening. All members and pledges are requested to be present.
annual election of officers will take place at this meeting.
R. M. RYAN, President.

WJfomen
Senior collars will be sold again
Monday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clcok
at the league booth in University hall.
There will be a membership meet-
ing of the Y. W. C. A. at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon at Newberry hall. There
will be an installation of new officers
as well as a report on the national
convention at this time.
Chaperones for dances over the
week end are: Union-Saturday, Mrs.
Yates Adams; Armory-Friday, Miss
Martha Hills; Saturday, Mrs. H. G.
Berger.

The fourth round of the
tournament must be played off
morrow night.

tennis
by to-

DEFEDS ACHITECTBALL
STUDENT SAYS DATE SET BEFORE
THAT OF CAP NIGHT AND MUST
STAND
Editor, Michigan Daily:
The writer of the editorial in the
Tuesday Daily certainly went astray.
Had he called at Dean Bursley's of-
fice, he would have found that the
date of the Architects' May Party was
made before the Student council met
to discuss a date for the ceremony of
Cap Night. We filed our application
for permission upon the 21st day of
March. The Student. council has not
yet consulted the office of the Den
of Students in regard to Cap Night.
The Architects' May Party of last
year was held May 7, but this year,
owing to the Military ball, the date
was changed, 4ie 26th of May being
decided upon because of the May Fes-
tival and Cap Night, both of which
last year came the third week in May.
Thedate of the dance cannot now
be changed since the 26th is the only
available evening. We regret very
much that the Cap Night ceremonies
have been moved to the date fixed for
this party and trust that The Daily
will see that it is utterly unwarranted
in its statement.
Our freshmen are wearing pots and
we hope to see them cast before at-
tending the Architects' ball
FRANK ANDRUS, '22A.
SALVATION ARMY FAR FROM
QUOTA, START FINAL DRIVE
According to latest reports on the
Salvation Army campaign for a new
headquarters citadel which has been
conducted during the past two weeks
the quota of $30,000 is still not ap-
proached, the total amount of collec-

SENIOR LIT NOTICE

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tions up until yesterday afternoon be-
ing $13,500. Most of the comihittees
have reported and practically the en-
tire business section has been can-
vassed. Officials are now planning a

All senior lits must get their
caps and gowns before noon the
day of Swing-Out, next Tues-
day. The days for wearing caps
and gowns are to be Tuesdays
and Fridays.I
ROBERT PEARE,
Chairman of Cap and Gown
Committee.

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nouse to hous~e canvassing or the ci
tomorrow, at which time all thc
who have not already subscribed 1w
be asked to give.
NOTICE
All men who will not mow
lawns, wash dishes or dig
ditches had better investigate
the new proposition of the
FULLER BRUSH CO.,
for next summer.
801 1st Nat'l Bank.
Phone 2849-R
Hours--5 and 7.9.

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All sophomore girls wishing
tional movie tickets call studenta
at Helen Newberry' residence.

addi-
office

I'm starting a riot
at the
;ARCADE
Wanna Join us I

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SOY"

Baseball practices for freshmen and
sophomores are held regularly at 4
o'clock on Mondays and Thursdays;
for juniors and seniors, at 4:45 o'clock
on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Any girls who are planning to be
here for summer school and would be
interested in helping carry on the
Michigan league campaign during that
time are asked to call Neva Lovewell,
'22, at Martha Cook.
All houses which want more candy
from the league booth are asked to
call for it at once. Also all money
for the candy must be in by May 15 so
that the booth may be closed.
There will be a 10 honor point hike
for all girls interested at 9 o'clock
on Saturday morning. The party will
leave from Barbour gymnasium at this
hour.
The Girls' Educational club will
meet at 7 o'clock this evening at
Martha Cook building: Miss Leila
Gerry, of Detroit, who is the national
secretary of Pi Lambda Theta, nation-
al educational fraternity, will hold a
conference with the Edudational club
members at this time.
ATTORNEY GEN. WILEY
WILL SPEAK AT UNION

It's Laughter Time Again - And Then a Big Tear
That You Never Will Forget-Registering a Milestone
Upon Your Memory - Truly a Picture Achievement

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Keep Fit

for both muscular and mental work by making at least
one meal a day of
Sh1redded Whteat

rRAD MARK AREG. U.S. PAT. OFF.
SPORT GARTER
This garter is ideal for men's and women's long
hose-and just right for knickers-because the
webbing is soft and wide. Buy by name and
get the genuine. Made solely by The Thos. P. Tay-
for Co., Bridgeport, Cana.
Featured by leading Student Supply Stores
Patronise Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Two biscuits make a delicious and satisfying meal, but
you can eat all you wish without harm. It is 100 per
cent. whole wheat, steamed and baked, and good to the
taste. Very rich in energy-building carbohydrates and
muscle-making proteins; liberal in vitamines. A favorite
food of brain workers and a leading item on the menu
at athletic training quarters.
Shredded Wheat is on the training table of
nearly every school and college in this country.
Shredded Wheat Co., Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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[AT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
ph band meets at Waterman
sium. Music for all.
phomore - freshman tug-of.
:uron river.
pha Nu elections, fourth floor,
sity hall.
theran students meet at 424)
Aberty street for marshmal-
ast.,
esh Frolic at Union.
SATURDAY
pring games at Ferry feld.
per Room Bible class meets
e hall.
aftsmen confer third degree
it time this year at Masonic
U-NOTICES
iesiring physical examination
report at Waterman gymnas-
ay day this week from 2:30
on.
i Arbor Art association an.
s an exhibition of Batiks by
Knapp, oil paintings by G. A.
ir, water colors by Edmund
ipbell and Lars Hoftrup, and
d ink and pencil drawings by
Walker, Catherine C. Fowler,
atherine McEwen. Open daily
b to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
i Memorial hall.
ang People's society of St.
Lutheran church invites all
an students to a marshmal-
ast at 7:30 o'clock tonight
t parsonage, 420 West Liberty

AT THE THEATERS

TODAY

SCEEN
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Merlin Wiley, 104L, attorney gener-
al of Michigan, will be the speaker at
the Union Sunday meeting next Sun-.
day. Mr. Wiley during his college ca-
reer was a member of the debating
team in the intercollegiate 'debate
against the University of Pennsylva-
nia, and an assistant in oratory. He
is reputed, by Ann Arbor acquaint-
ances ,to be a forceful and interesting
speaker.
Previous to his appointment to-the
office of attorney general, Mr. Wiley
practiced law in Sault Ste. Marie and
was three times a member of the
state legislature. He became attor-
ney general in 1920 and since his ap-
pointment "he has shown a conspicu-
ous gift for 'ironing out' the difficul-
ties of party government," according
to alumni officials here.
The sneaker was alsoactive in cam-
pus Activities outside of his chosen
field of oratory. He was a member
of the Varsity Glee club, the Quad-
rangle society, and a member of the
oratorical board.
Mr. Wiley will be the guest of Pres-
ident Marion L. Burton and Mrs. Bur-
ton during his stay in Ann Arbor.
Fill your "M Book"

100 Cards and Plate - -
100 " from Your Plate

$3.00 to $3.88
$ 1.73

TIME'S FLYING-Order Them Now
VI SITING CARDS

Wahr's

UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE

Arcade--"Spanish Jade."
Majestic- "Turn to the Right'
and Bell's Hawaiians..
Orpheum - Hoot Gibson in
"Headin' West."

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Wuerth-

"Chivalrous

Charlie."
Cloister"

DOBBS 1922 STRAWS

STAGE

Mimes-Union ,- "The
with All-star cast.

Garrick (Detroit)--"The Broken
a Wing."
Band Elects New Officers
Election and oppointment of Var-
sity band officers for the coming year
took place at a meeting of the band
Wednesday night. The annual ban-
quet and installation of officers will
be held at the Union Monday, May 22,
at 6 o'clock. The officers for next1
year are as follows: S. R. Bidwell,
'24L,, manager; C. J. Cole, '23, student
director; K. P. Jones, '23M, president;
H. L. Parker, '23, vice-president; G.
V. Harrison, '23, librarian; M. B. Cur-
less, '24, assistant librarian.
A. S. IL E. Elects Officers
Officers of the A. S. M. E. for the
ensuing year-were chosen Tuesday at
an election held by the society. They
are as follows: chairman, Paul Pew,
'23E ;vice-chalrn, K. A.. Lawrence,
123E; treasurer, Dean Seitz, '23E; and
secretary, R. C. Boucher, '23E. The
active membership of the University
branch is 225 and is the largest of
the 62 associations at leading techni-
cal schools throughout the country.



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Straw Hat
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PHOTOGRAPHIERS
uts are wanted for the
raphic staff of the 1922-
ichiganensian. Phone J.

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wit h pictures you
have made yourself.
There isya Rexo Camera of the
size and price for every purse
and purpose, from the dainty
Vest Pocket to the highly de-
veloped 3A Special. Price from
$7.50 to $110.00.
Rexoete Cameras
(Box Type--Five Sizes)
The sturdiest and most efficient
box camera made. Prices from
$2.50 to $5.50. Sold in Ann
Arbor by
STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
1 O *UT NI VlERSTYV

The Dobbs Straws are now on display for your approval. Nineteen Twenty
two Styles carry the same Dobbish exclusiveness as in the past,

AGENTS

E E. SENIORS, NOTICE
rs of the School of Edu-

TINKER & COMPANY

SOUTH STATE STREET AT WILLIAM STREET

The Home of Better Clothes, Hats and Furnishings at air Prices. 7

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