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K CO-OP STORE PROMOTERS

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]AY 13, 1922

Number 162

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meeting of the University Senate for the year will
onday, May 15, in Room C, Law building. Report of
ident Publications. Consideration of proposal for es-
Committee on Discipline.
J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
Monday, May 15, there will be a Review in honor
Bell, Jr., U. S. Army, and President Marion L. Bur-
semble at the north end of the Engineering building
es,.belts, and bayonets will be issued and organiza-'
11 bring instruments and music. The Review will
President and the Deans, students who are members
exused from classes on Monday afternoon. A com-
erefore be expected.
ned to wear insignia of rank, collar insignia, servicex
which entitled, R. O. T. C. emblem, and any marks-
vice ribbons -or other awarded decorations.
uniform complete with blouse.
ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.
it exercise in Philosophy I, due May 25, will be found'
boards in the Study Hall of the Library Saturday'

C. B. VIBBERT,
R. M. WENLEY.

iree Plays:
in the course in Play Production (Public Speaking 14a)
ublic review -of "Rosalind" by J. M. Barrie, "Between the Soup
ry" by Gertrude Jennings, and "Interior" by Maurice Maeter-
'clock Monday evening, May 15, in the auditorium' of Univer-
hese will not be finished stage productions. No admission will
and the audience is asked to be seated before 8 o'clock in or-
program may begin promptly.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.

Another step was taken toward the
establishment of a co-operative store
for members of the University com-
munity when students and faculty:
members interested in the project met
Thursday afternoon in the Union and
amended ahd passed the plan submit-
ted by the sub-committee of the Uni-
versity Forum. Following the accept:
ance of the plan; subscriptions for
stock in the organization were receiv-
ed, and by the close of the meeting a
total of $3,430 in voluntary subscrip-
tions was announced.
The meeting which was comprised
of about 40 members of the faculty
and student bodies, was presided-over
by Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, of the
Graduate school, as chairman. The
original plan was discussed, and it
was moved to amend the section re--
lating to the holding of shares, rais-
ing the maximum number of shares
that members may hold from 10 to 25.
With this exception the plan as print-
ed in The Daily on April 26; was ac-
cepted without furthey changes.
By the action of the meeting, two
committees are to be appointed by
the chairman for the solicitation and
acceptance of further subscriptions,
and the formulation of plans for the
incorporation of the organization con-
tingent upon the receipt of a subscrip-'
tion total of $25,000. This amount, ac-
cording to the plan accepted is to be
paid in immediately upon organization
as 50 per cent of the authorized cap-
ital.
Section 6 of the plan was explained
fully at the close of the -meeting by
Dean Lloyd. The section provides
that, "The, balance of all earnings aft-
er dividends have been deducted shall
be distributed annually to the mem-
bers in proportion to their respective
purchases" (by pro rating). These re-
bates will be distributed only among
stockholders and deposit members, no
outsiders 'being entitled to a lIare in
this surplus, according to Dean Lloyd.
The committee, which will be ap-
pointed by the chairman, will make
on effort to, make all students inter-
ested and each fraternity, sorority and
house club on the campus a holder in
the corporation to the extent .of At
least one share of stock. Until the
designation of the members of the sub-
scription cqmmittee, remittances for
stock may be mailed to Dean Lloyd,
ANNOUNCE OPENING DATE
FOR ENGINEERS' EXAXS
(Continued from Page One)
day afternoon; at 4, second Monday
afternoon.
All sections in Shop 1, 3, and 4 will
be examined the first Wednesday
morning; in Shop 2, first Wednesday
afternoon; in Drawing 4 and 5, second
Wednesday afternoon; in E. M. 1 and
2, first Tuesday afternoon; in C. E. 2,
first Tuesday afternoon; in M. E. 3,
second Monday afternoon; in E. E.
2a, first Wednesday afternoon; and in
Surveying 4, Thursday -afternoon.

Sport calendar
(Continued from Page Foi r)
May 17-Pennsylvania at Philadel-
phia.
May 19-Lehigh at Bethlehem.
May 20-Cornell at Ithaca.
May 25-26-27 - Conference cham-
pionship at Chicago.
May 29-Minnesota at Minneapolis.
May 30-Wisconsin at Madison.
June 3--Chicago at Chicago.
GOLF
At Home
May 13-Purdue at Ann Arbor,
May 22--Illinois at Ann Arbor.
May 27-Northwestern at Ann Ar-
bor. Abroad
May 29-Chicago at Chicago.
June 19-Western 'Conference golfW
tournament at Chicago.
Glee Club Givesm
Way City Conce rt
Fifty members of the Varsity Glee
and Mandolin club gave a concert in
Bay City last night. The program in-
cluded 'Laudes Atque Carmina" and
several selections from the Michigan
song book.
Tang and Tavares, Hawaiian music-
ians, gave a musical skit entitled,
"An Oriental Fantasy." Burton E.
Hyde, 25, played the xylophone, while
the Midnight Sons Quartette sang sev-
eral songs.
Robert Dieterle, '23M, accompanied
the club and took a part in the con-
cert as the soloist of the evening. The
mandolin section of the club render-
ed some popular music as their con-
tribution. Robert A. Campbell, treas-
urer of the Univerity, accompanied
the men. "

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Arcade-"Spanish Jade."
Majestic- "Turn to the Right,"
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"Headin' West."
Rae-William S. Hart
Dawn Maker."
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'S GOING ON
ATURDAY
y field day exercises be-
y farm.
ore band meets at Wat-
anasium to play for
yes.
itob, Ann Arbor Golf
an vs. Purdue.
games at Ferry field.
.C. band meets at Ferry
without uniform. Bring
nstruments.
neet, Michigan vs. Illin-
eld.
Room Bible class meets
1.
en confer third degree
ie this year at Masonic
SUNDAY
ersity Men's Bibleelass
pper room, Lane hall.
soeial Ideals of Isaiah,"
icussed by the student
ch of Christ, South Uni-
aue.
R. C. Zenos ,speaks to
n student class on
Life Service."
B lutzel, Detroit, speaks
society on "How Shall
ain a Harmonious Life?"

from 2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall.
The Young People's society of St.
Paul's Lutheran church invites all
Lutheran students to a marshmal-
low roast at 7:30 o'clock tonight
Meet at parsonage, 420 West Liberty
street.
MOREY A ND STEELE WIN'
GRID TOURNEY AWARDS
Silver footballs will be awarded by
the Athletic association to Joseph
Morey, '22, and Harold O. Steele, a'25,
who won first place, respectively, in
the backfield and line sections' of the
individual proficiency contest held
yesterday in conjunction with spring'
football practice. Points in the con-
test were given for attendance, im-
provement and tournament score.
Morey, who also won last year's
proficiency contest, not only won the
entire contest with 177 points but
was also high man among the back-
field candidates in yesterday's tour-
nament with a total of 82 points.
frs me rrlcemAt A nnual DVance
Fringed with palms and nmany-col-
ored baskets of spring flowers, the
ballroom of the Union was last night
the scene of the Freshman.. Frolic,
the first formal party this year for the
class of '25. Continuous music was
furnished by Kennedy's orchestra and
Waring's Pennsylvanians, playing al-
ternately.
The patrons and patronesses for the
occasion were: President Marion L.
Burton and Mrs Burton, Dean John R.
Effinger and Mrs. Effinger, Dean W.
H. Humphreys and Mrs. Humphreys,
Dean J. A. Bursley and Mrs. Bursley,
and Dean M. E. Cooley and Mrs.
Cooley.
The committeemen, in charge of the
event were: DeWitt E. Taylor, .chair-
man; R. L. Laurence, C. W. Merriam,
R. S. Scribner, and T. W. Fiske.

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