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SUNDAY, MAY 28, 1922

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evening, May 29, at 8 o'clock in the Auditorium of Univer-
ass in Play Production will present Booth Tarkington's
Jacobin" and an original tragedy, "Mamette," by Louis H.
[hese are to be simple class reviews and not finished stage,
> admission will be charged and the public is cordially in-
ram will begin promptly and the doors will be closed during
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
ate:
eting will be held on Thursday, June 1, at 8 p. m. in Barbour
fter a short business session, Dean Lloyd will address the
rgently requested that all students of the Graduate School
BERNARD L. BECKWITH,
President, Graduate School.
dents, College of Engineering:
ng schedule of special examinations has been arranged for
who have been selected to attend the first summer camp.
uctors who do not wish to attend these examinations may
tions with Mr. Roy W. Elliott, Room 300 Engineering build-
will attend the examinations when so requested.
SCHEDULE OF SPECIAL EXAMINATIONS
For men going to First Summer Camp only
y 29, 7-10 p. m., CE 32, room 307; Geol. 3, room 311; Ec. 1E,
ay 30, 9-12 a. m., CE 30, room 307; CE 18, room 307.
ay 30, 2-5 p. mn., CE 2, room 307; Phy. 2E, room 311; EM 3,
ay 30, 7-10 p. m., EE 2a, room 311; EM 4, room 311; CE 40,
May 31 ,7-10 p. m., ME 3, room 311; EM 1, room 311; EM 2,
7, room 311.
June 1, 7-10 p. m., Ast. 3, room 311; ME 29, room 307; CE 8,
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
'lub:
for the Club will be served in the Michigan Union, on Wed
, at 12:15. W. W. DENTON, Setretary.
arch Club:
neeting of the year will be held Wednesday, May 31, at 7:30
231 Nat. Sci. building. Miss -Kiefer will speak on Mental
ORMA F. BUTLER, Secretary.
.aving in their possession books drawn from the University
otified that all such books are due Wednesday, May 31, on
impending close of the academic year.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
neeting of the Club for the academic year will be held Wed-
g at 8 o'clock in the Histological Laboratory. Professor Van
the paper of the evening, on the political situation in India.
H. H. BARTLErT, Secretary.
tudents:
educational Conference for Graduate Students specializing in
be held Monday evening, May 29, from 7 to 9 p. m. in room 105
Studen1ts working with Professor Davis will contribute to the
G. ,M. WHIPPLE.
terature, Science, and the Arts, Faculty Meeting:
meeting of the Faculty will be held Monday, May 29, at 4:10
erry Auditorium. Subjects for discussion: (1) Credit for cor-
ork; (2) Dean Lloyd's resolution as to disposal of disciplin-
JOHN EFFINGER'.
-:
Burton requests the attendance of Seniors, Graduate Students
all Schools and Coll'eges and all others who are expected to
)mmencement Exercises, at a meeting to be held in Hill Audi-
rsday, June 1, at 4:30 p. m.
L. M. GRAM, Chief Marshal'.

RECEIVE AWARDS*
(Continued from Page One)
States senator, was introduced. He
compared the American press favor-
ably to that of Europe. He empha-
sized the importance of journalism to
the world when he said "The man who
writes an editorial has a tremendous
audience; he speaks to hundreds of
thousands."
Lee A White, of the Detroit News,
was the next speaker, who went. on
to give some advice on journalistic
topics. "In journalism, content, and
not form, is the thing you must em-
phasize." He concluded with a word
to the business managers present. E.
G. Burrows, of the journalism de-
partment, gave a talk on makeup
work on high school papers, empha-
sizing the ned for a well balanced and
yet striking page.
Speeches by several prominent
newspaper men, short talks by Coach
Fielding H. Yost and Coach Steve
Farrell, and the presentation of tro-
phies to winning athletes and prize
high school publications composed
the program of the banquet which
brought to a close the twenty-second
annual Michigan Interscholastic track
and field meet and convention of
Michigan High School Editors at the
Union last night.
Herbert S. Case, '23, acting as toast-
master, first introduce4 Steve Farrell,
who spokes a few words to the visit-
ing athletes on the value of track as
a form of competition. Prof. E. R.
Sunderland, chairman of the Board
in Control of Student Publications,
followed with a word of welcome to
the high school editors. Lee A White
then gave a short talk on "The Spirit
of Fairness in Athletics and Journal-
ism.".

)USCLE SHOALS BIIDERS
ANSWERED BY CONGRESS
Washington, May27.-Bidders com-
peting for development by private
enterprise of the government's $106,-
000,000 projects at Muscle Shoals were
given their answers today by the house
military committee in the form of
the counter proposal framed by the
committee.
None of the offers submitted by the
biddersand forwarded to congress by
Secretary Weeks for final decision
was found acceptable. That made by
Henry Ford came closest to winning
the award in that it was made the
basis on which the committee built its
reply.
0. S. U. Beats Northwestern
Chicago, May 27.-Ohio State de-
feated Northwestern university today
17 to 3. Cotter's work on the mound
for the visitors was exceptionally
good.

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Yost Presents Trophies
Coach Yost followed with a short
speech and the presentation of tro-
phies to the individual winners of
several events and to the winning
high schools. The Sid Millard cup for
the winning team was retained by De-
troit Northwestern because of a rule
which provided for the holder of the
cup retaining it in case of a tie with
another school. The Varsity first and
second place cups were not awarded
because of the tie for first place. The
Varsity "M" relay cup was awarded
for the coming year to Detroit North-
western. Northwestern also was
awarded a permanent relay cup.
R. Barnum of Parkersburg, W. Va.,
was awarded the cup for the individ-
ual high point winner, having wont
first places in the discus throw, shot
put, and javelin throw. Hester of De-
troit Northwestern was given the cup
for second high point winner, with two
first places to his credit, after draw-
ing lots with two other men, who
were tied with 1 point each. Simp-
son of Detroit Northwestern was
awarded the shot put cup, Pritchard
of Allegan the Carl Johnson broad
jump cup,, and Edgarton of Charles
Graham quarter mile cup. Medals for
first, second and third places were al-

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Men's Bible class
r room, Lane hall.
s a Leader of the Com-
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and Katherine McEwen. Open daily
from 2 to 5 o'clock, West gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall.
MICHIAGAN TRIMS -MAROON
NINE IN ONE SIDED GAME
(Continued from Page One)
tion and any one may be called on to
work against the Badgers.

so distributed.
Editors Get Awards
Prof. John L. R. Brumm of the de-
partment of journalism then presented
cups to the editors of the high school
publications which won in the con-
test held during the editors' conven-
tion. The Michianensian cup for the
best high school annual was awarded
Detroit Northwestern, the cup for the
best semi-monthly paper to Highland
Park, Detroit, and the cup for the
best monthly paper to Grand Rapids
Central. Certificates were also given
to high schools having the best pa-
pers in classes B and C.- The certifi-
cate for the best cartoons in high
school annuals was given Grand Rap-
ids Union, and the certificate for the
best monthly magazine cover design
to Grand Rapids Central.
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Summary: -Home - run, Shackle-
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Dixon 2; struck out by Shultz 7, by
Dixon 0; sacrificed hits, Uteritz,
Roby; stolen bases, Wimbles, Knode,
Yardley; double plays, Kno le to Ute-
ritz to Wimbles; hit by pitcher, Fe-
dor.
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