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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
U j ORn nnn 1u of Iris set of five talks at St. John's
IiI~l~fli tir PlIII~'IIII Icathedral oan "Christianity in-a Clang-I
"1IIuUUIIII1 0CIMi lg World". Prof. Leroy Waterman, ofj The day htmk shap aeU i
fllilr T ur~anthe depar tment of semitics, gave the 1 htmk shp1ttjcu 11
r e OULINED*J pT MEETING coi espondling number of his gr oup

PLA 'S 'I NC'D1E SI1N(4 G(4AMES:, -____'____
' COR;NELL TRACK 11*E T, AND Bishop Returns fromi Cornell
MIN'FES PERFORMANCE, W. W. Bishop, University librarian,
________has returned from Ithaca, N. Y., where
Father's clay plans were outlined be- he spent more than a week at Cornell
fore representatives of more than 30 University. Mr. Bishop went to deliv-
fraternities at a meeting yesterday af- o r several rare papyrus manuscripts
ternoon at the Union. John Lawton, which lie purchased for the Cornell
'24, chairman of the Union Fathers' library while in Euope last fall, and
day committee, gave iaabort history of! which were too fragile to intrust tc
the affair as held in other universities! mail or express.
and asked for the co-operation of thej
fraternities. -j{V
The date for ,Fathers' day hlas been SE NIOR LIT DUES MUST BE
set for Friday and Saturday, May I11 PAtR t
and 12. The schedule of events as ;1
now prepared will include- visits to f All members of tho senior lit- I
classes, the underclass games, the 11- erary clasp who have not yet
linois-Michigan track meet, a Mimes pa}terdeaonigt
performance, and a large banquet at $8.50afothedentie arushouldto
the nio atwhih Prsidnt arin Ido so immediately. Make checks
L. Burton will speak. Lawton, speak- pybet utnE ulp
ing for the committee said he hopedJ class treasurer, 1617 Wasbten-
that fraternities who were planning( aw avenue. j
fathers' house parties would give them
at this time and thereby help to make_________________
the occasion a success.
The fraternity representatives pre-!;' i111111111l'hilitllllI~i I IIIleg IIImI,!
sent will speak at fraternity houses, DOROTHY B. LOWiRY
other than their own, on Tuesday,. DROHY-
Wedneaday and Thursday nights of: CHIROPiRACTR
this week. They have been asked to 604 14t Nat'l Bank Bldg.
do this in order to interest a. larger UMums 1.6 P.M. Phone 401.3
number of organizations in the affair.; i1lt!l11111!!01!!!!1!11l1

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Calahan; R. H., '26, 530 S. Division. Gislanid, La. 1243-It.
Gamachio, ., '26, 618 Packard. Colombia, S. A. 2378-R.
Carpenter, Audrey, '24, Martha Cook Bldg. Ypsilanti. 627.
Chadwick, Francis E., 123, 1005 Packard. Detroit. 2118-R.
Champion, Chaarles, '24L, 321 S. Division. Goshen, Ind. 1324J
Christman, Henry -G., '25A, 337. E. Jefferson. South Bend, Inc.
811-W.
Clarlk,-Chester E., '26, 423 Benjamin.: harbor Springs,.
Coon, Ruth E., '26, 1505 S. University. Ann Arbor. 2763-11.
Crane, 'Richard H., '25I., 545 Thompson. Indianapolis, Ind.
243-M.
Cumins' Kenneth, 24L, 509 ;S. Di%,ision. Harrisburg, Ill.
293-M.
tlawsoni, Edward B., 26, 334 E. Williams. Ogdensburg, N. Y.
* 2578-W.
DeD~aer Cumnings, C. J., Grad., 806 Hill. Royal Oak. 374.
Deitch, ,Marjorie, 23L, 406 N. State. Indianapolis, Ind. 2132-J.
Deitch, Victor, '23, 406 N. State. Indianapolis, Ind. 2132-J.
P~obbteen, H. IL, '25, 306 N State. Sturgis. 968-Rl.
Dold, .Katheryn, 1324 Forest Court. Grosse, Ill. 1814-R.
IDornbos, Leo J., '24E, 1004 Vaughn. Grand Rapids. 1527-N1.
Dunn,, Donatld D., '26, 1027 E1. University. Lirna, Ohio. i . .
fy11, 'Loui s M., '24I.A 516 E., Catharine. Helena,Mont. 2085-It.
Eaton, F+retd N., '26E, 335 E.. Jefferson. Calumet, 1ll. 1719-fl.
Edwa rda, P. A.," 433 Hamilton Pl. 2397-M.
Ellngso-n, Jane, Grad., 714,E. University. El sie. 954-Rl.
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Is Em nen ue, )sg'r. Puma soui-
Blotidi
This photo of Msgr. Fumasoni-Bion
di, new apostolic delegate to the Unit
ed States, was taken since his arriva
in New York a few days ago. He sue
ceeds Cardinal Bonzano.

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Y. M. C. A. SECRETARY
S P EAKS AT MEETING
Diiuial Swamiidoss, recently appoint-
ed national rural secretary of the Y.
M. C. A. in India, spoke before a group
of students yesterday afternoon in the
Upper reoom at. Lane hall. HiUs sub-
'ect Nv~:s:"Trhe needs and Conditions
o.' the Outcast Villages in India." 0.
* . :iclrfleld. '07, who has been work-
-. th Mr. Swamidoss in India, in-
trc, i ed the speaker~.'
OL Aw~ 25,000,000 Christians now in
India, fully 90 per cent are outcasts,
living in filth and ignorance in -some
750,000 villages far from the centers
o civilization, Mr. Swamidoss said.
"Debt, drink, dirt, and darkness are
the four demons which the Y. M. C. I
is striving to overcome, and we can
succeed only if we can train enough
men to teach these people Christian
principles. They are, not Christians,
they have merely been baptised."
Mr. Stanchfield endorsed Mr. Swam-
idoss' appeal, and said that hie hoped
to see Michigan once snore in the field
of active Y. M. C. A. service.

TALK ON BIO-GHEMISTRYI
Dr. Lawrence J. Henderson, profes-
sor of biological chemistry at Harvaro,
university and one of the leaders in
his particular field, will conclude a
series of three lectures on the gen-
eral topic of bio-chemistry at 4:15 o'-
clock this afternoon in room 214 of the
tNatural Science building. Dr. Hein-
derson is the second of eleven lectur-
ers who will be brought to the Uni-
versity under the auspices of the zoo-
logy department.1
While the lecture is of a technical
nature and intended primarily for spe.
vial students and members of the fac-I
ulties, it will be open to the general{
pulic. It will serve' as a continua-
tioni of the topic d.iscussed last night
by, Dr. Henderson, in the Natural
science a uditorium on "The Fitness of
Elnvironment".
FACULTY X:!EMBE&R, .0111
THREE EXTENSION TAtKS-
Three, University Extension lectures
were given . in Detroit yesterday -by-
members, of the faculty.. Dr. Nellie-
Perkins, of, the,,-sociology department

Oarber, 1'. Otis, 24L, 321 S. Division.
Gias, 7. IH, Jr., '23E, 820 Oxford.
6dber,Alfredo "26D, 21.0 N.State.

Goshen, Ind. 1324-J.
Flint. 83.
Monroe. 751-W.

(To Be Contiued Wednesday)

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Rea d The Daily "Classified" Columnis

at the St. Paul's -cathedral gave the
The way, to rent a room is with a sixth 'of a series of. 10- lectures about-
"Daily Classified".-Adv.. "A Sociology Course".-
p~rof. Cha rles b. Vibbert, of the phil-
Patroni'ze Daily advertisers.-Adv. osophy department,' gave the fourth-

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