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ENTS' SUPPLY STORE
1 South University Ave.
s' and Architects' Materials

STUDENTS TO VOTE
ON AMENDMENTS

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Loose Leaf Books

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Cameras and Supplies

Laundry Agency

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(Continued from Page One)
Paragraph 3 of same section. The
annual dues for members of the fac-
ulty shall be five dollars. The annual
dues for persons (other. than such
students and other than members of
the faculty) who reside in Ann Arbor
or within sixty miles thereof (to be
classed as resident members), shall be
ten dollars, and for other persons (to1
be classed as non-resident members),
five dollars, in each case payable in ad-
vance.
The proposed change is as follows:
The annual dues for members of the
faculty shall be $7.56. (The rest of
the paragraph to remain intact.)
Paragraph 4. The membership year
shall end August 31.
The proposed change is as follows:
The membership year shall end Au-
gust 31 except in case of students who
are annual members under paragraph,
1 ofSection 2.
Article :I, Section 7. (a) SUM-
MER SCHOOL MEMBERS. Any stu-
dent in actual attendance at a Sum-
mer Session of the University or any
member of a Summer Session faculty
may become a Summer School Mem-
ber, entitled during the summer ses-
sion only, to all the rights and privi-
leges of Annual Members (except the
privilege of voting or holding office)
upon making application in the pre-
scribed form and paying ,ummer dues'1
of two dollars for each summer ses-
sion.l

Three members of the University fac-
ulties, each a member of the Union
and a graduate of the University or a
member of its faculty for at least six
years,-to be appointed by members
of the Union. (There is some ques-
tion as tc the advisability of having
these members appointed by the Uni-
versity Senate or by members of the
Union who are on the University Sen-
ate or whether they should be ap-
pointed by members of the Union at
large.)
Paragraph 5. The Financial Secre-
tary of the Union, ex-officio, to be ap-
pointed by the University Senate, as
hereinafter provided: The proposed
change Is as follows: The 'Financial
Secretary of the Union, ex-officio, to
be appointed by the University Senate
Council as hereinafter provided.
The proposed addition to Article IV
is as follows: Article IV, Section 3.
The President of the Union shall pre-
side over all meetings of members of
the Union and the Board of Directors.
In case of his absence or inability
or refusal to serve, then the Vice-
Presidents shall preside in the follow-
ing order: (a) the Vice-President of
the College of Literature, Science and
the Arts, (b) the Vice-President for
the College of Engineering and Archi-
tecture, (c) the Vice-President for the
Medical School,(d) the Vice-President
for the Law School and (e) the Vice-
President for the College of Dental
Surgery and the College of Pharmacy.

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G. R. SWAIN,
713 East University

THREE OR FOUR GOOD CANO
Possession to be given not later than JUNE 10.

I WISH TO BUY

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REPAIRING

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Keep Fit

and mental work by making at least

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

Summer Membership
The proposed change is as follows:
Any student in actual attendance at
a summer session of the University or
any member of a summer session fac-
ulty, may become a summer school
member,'entitled during the summer
lsession only to all rights and privi-
leges of annual members (except the
privilege of voting or holding office)
upon making application in the pre-
scribed form and paying such summer
dues as the Regents may provide.
Article IV, Section 1. The Board of
Directors shall consist of:
The President of the Union and its
Recording Secretary, to be students,
ext-officio, to be elected by the mem-
bers of the Union at the annual elec-
tion hereinafter provided for;
The proposed change is as follows:
Article IV, Section 1 (Paragraph 1.)
The Board of Trustees shall consist
of: The President of" the Union and
its Recording Secretarytto be students
elected by members of the Union at
the annual election hereinafter pro-
vided for, and the Dean of Students of
thie Tnivrersity ex-officio.
Article IV, Section 1. (Paragraph
3.) Three members of the University
faculties, each a member of the Union
and a graduate of the University or
a member of its faculty for at least
six years,-to be appointed by the Uni-
versjty Senate.
Question of Appointment.i
The proposed change is as follows:,

Board of Governors
Article V, Section 1. The Board of
Governors shall conisst of:
The President of the Union and its
Financial Secretary, ex-officio; one
legent of the University, to be ap-
pointed by the Board of Regents; and
four members of the Union, three of
whom shall be alumni, to be appoint-
ed by the Board of Directors of the
Alumni Association of the University
of N ichigan, to serve respectively one,
two, three and four years. for the first
<appointment, and thereafter for terms
of four years each, a.nd until their
successors appointed in the same man-
ner accept office. The terms of all
ni(,mrbers of the Boar.i of Govern ra
shall end on August 31st.
The proposed amendment is as fol-
lows:
Article V, Section 1. The Board of
Governors shall -consist of: The
President of the Union, its Financial
Secretary, and the Dean of Students
of the University, ex-officio. The rest
of the section remains intact.

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Nominating Committee
Article XII, Section .1. Not later'
than the second Saturday in April in
each year, the Appointment Commit-
tee shall appoint a Nominating Com-
mit.ee of five students and menmbes
of the Union, n~ot more than one of
whom shall be a member of the Board
of Directors and none of whom shall,
if he accepts, be eligible to election.
at the then forthcoming election, to
any office in the Union. It shall bea
the duty of the Nominating Commit-
tee, not later than the last Saturday
in April by a suitable document to be
filed with the Recording Secretary,
to inominate, from the student body,
(Continued oh Page Six)

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FOUR DAYS-MAY 17, 18, 19, 20-SIX CONCERTS
TICKETS FOR
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