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May 16, 1922 - Image 6

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rEach member of the Union shall be
entitled to vote for one candidate'for N o Such in As
LPresident, one candidate for Record-
ing Secretary,aand, if he bea student, Crime W a e, Says
for one candidate for Vice-President
for the college or school in which he ore-1 G n
shall then be a student. The person
receiving the greatest number of "There is no such thing as a crime-
votes for each office shall, at the An-
fol- nual Meeting, be declared elected wave if you use the term in its loose
thereto. In case of a tie for any of- meaning," said Merlin Wiley, attor-
'esi- fice, it shall be determined by another ney general of Michigan, subsequent
for campus election for that office to be to his address at the Union Sunday
ein held without delay under the direction afternoon.
L of the. Board of Directors. "By this I mean," he continued,
and No Voting by Proxy "that there is no real contagion of
Col- The roposed change is as follows: crime, no appreciable psychological
ure, The polls for such election shall be effect produced by the repetition of
for Dept open the hours designated for crime. Crime is not contagious in it-
Col- "Campus Election Day." There shall self. There must be conditions ex-
oco- be no voting by proxy. Each member isting in a locality which are favor-
Col- of the Union shall be entitled to vote able to the existence of the so-called
for for one candidate for President, one crime wave."
good candidate for Recording Secretary, Mr. Wiley said that' the war and
s or and, if he be a student, for one can- trench fighting has probably had some
d to didate for Vice-President for the col- small influence upon moral ethics,
lege or school in which he shall then and that other conditions leu ding to
on 1 be a student, and for three faculty the promotion of a spirit of personal
'vide members of the Board of Directors (if liberty might be said to encourage the
oard Paragraph 3, Section 1, Article IV, is prevalence of law breaking, but that
Wend- changed to provide that faculty )mein- the presence or absence of crime de-
the bers of the Board of Directors are to pends ultimately with people them-
sary be chosen by the Union members at selves. The law is either to be en-
ticl, large.) The person receiving the forced or not enforced, and this, Mr.
ittee greatest number of votes for each of- Wiley declares, is the big factor in
Lates fice shall, at the Annual Meeting, be deciding whether crime will or will
declared elected theerto. In case of a not exist.
tie for any office, it shall be deter-
nual mined by another campus election for
Sec- ghat office to be held without delay
as under the direction of the Board of
the Directors.
)ay,", Section 3. At such Annual Meeting
1 the there shall be presented the result
uild- of the vote at the campus election and .The an5
hall the President shall present a concise 1w.:

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NEW YGRK POST OFFERS
PR IZE NECONOMICS
NO RESTRICTIONS PLACED ON
CHOICE OF SUBJECTS FOR
ESSAYS
Four prizes will be offered for the
best studies in economics submitted
before June 1, 1923, to a committee
composed of college professors and the
head of the New York Evening Post,
in an effort to arouse interest in the
study of topics relating to commerce
and industry and to stimulate those
who have college trainings to con-
sider the problems of a business
career. The offering of four prizes
ranging from $1,000 down to $200 has
been made possible through the gen-
erosity of Hart, Schaffuer & Marx, of
Chicago.
Attention is expressly called to the
rule that a competitor is not confined
to topics proposed in the announce-
ments of this committee, but any other
subject chosen must first be approved
by it.
Papers should be sent on or before
June 1, 1923, to J. Laurence Laugh-
lin, University of Chicago, Chicago,
from whom particulars may also be
learned.

KODAK FINI

Our prints are made on Velox.
Materials that are Eastman made and meth-
ods that are Eastman approved, plus the ex-
perience of our experts are guaranties of fin-
est quality finishing.
Bring us your films
-.A3LIJWJ) 1905'

Camp

Davis,

MEN AND OTHERS
A visit to our store will convince you that we have many
articles with which you can enjoy your trip'with more pleasure
and comfort; also many of which you can not well go without.

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SOME OF THE ITEMS ARE

I
a
s er
eta "

a: there c

., sl- a ai
f the Union,
'sident, or in
ability or re-
ice-President
ture, Science
in the order
ticle XII.

report of the Union work for the pre-
ceding year and of the condition and
needs of the Union. The Financial'
Secretary shall present a financial re-
port for the year.
It is proposed that the above section
be eliminated and that Section 4 be-
come Section 3.

I,

s C. 0. DAVIS ACCEPTS SUMMER
e LELAND-STANFORD POSITION

rs of th(

after play
Drink"
Delicious and Refreshing
lb ,Coca Cocomy c ,- a
.f I Aiu~ta t3.

Tom Wye Knit Coats, Sweaters, Bathing Suits, Breeches,
Knickers and Sport Suits.
Hiking Shoes, Wool Socks, Golf Hose, Leggings, Puttees,
Army Shoes, Water Proof and High-Top Moccasin Pack
Shu for Ladies 'and Men.
0. D. Wool and!Khaki Army Shirts, Underwear, all kinds.
Canoe Blankets, Auto Robes and Army Blankets.

Haversacks, Pack-rolls, Canteens, Mess Cans, Grills,
Camp Furniture, "Pup" Tents, Mosquito and Wall
Ponchos, Rain Coats, Barracks Bags, etc.

Stoves,
Tents,

''Is

sadopted
I on the
day and
ay there
of the
presiding
has been
TV)

Prof. C. O. Davis, of the School of
Education, has accepted a position in
Leland-Stanford University, Califor-
nia, for the summer quarter. He will
teach secondary education.
Professor Davis was recently elect-
ed president of the local Rotary club;
he will represent the local club at the
national meeting of Rotarians at Los
Angeles this summer. He expects to
leave Ann Arbor on May 31.

SURPLUS' SUPPLIES STORE

213 N.

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2:00 - 3:30 - 7:00 - S:45
Matinee - ADULTS...... 25c
Evening - ADULTS...... 35
KIDDIESl...............oc

The,

Greatest

SINCE THE SUPREME TRIUMPH
"A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN KING ARTHUR'S COURT"

Laughter Special

WEEL DAY SHOWS
2:00-- 3:30 - 7:00 - 8
Matinee - ADULTS......
Evening - ADULTS......
KIDDIES.............

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rou to Lry
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and. uste
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know thI
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AFFAIRS BE

...50c

STRICTLY
ABUSINESS
A satire on modern business that critics
claim sets a new mark for clever, laughable'
situations.

Fateful words - and John Henry Jackson,
sales manager, was turned into the street - all
because he had won the fair steno's hand. And
then the trouble began.
"A highly amusing high class comedy, drama."
-Harrison.
The director has shown good judgment. He has
selected a splendid cast, each one especially well-
suited to the respective roles, and they do things in
a natural, unrestrained way-always quite true to
life -From The Film Daily.

"Biggers' plot
love with a girl

strikes a new idea. The hero is in
who frows upon romance."
-Motion Picture News.

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Much

Business

Quarry"

Prescription Store
ind N. Univ. Ave.

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SHORT SUBJECTS:

PATHE NEWS

FROM EARL DER BIGGER'S STORY "JOHN HENRY AND THE RESTLESS SEX."
SPECIAL
THE MOTION PICTURES
OF THE
!tichigamua Initiation
of 1922
WILL BE SHOWN AT THIS THEATRE

OVERTURE

"WilliamTell.......... .Rossin
SPECIAL MUSICAL SCORE
WITH THIS PICTURE
NICHOLAS FALCONE, Director

MUSICAL PRESENTATION

'hone 308

CENTURY COMEDY

"SIC 'EM BROWNIE"

DRAKE

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