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~THE MICI GAN DAILY

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iGargoyle Birings History Up To
Date In Issue Out Tomorrow,

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(Continued from Page One)
ensan was announced as:-,, Kenneth
Kerr, '24, chairman, Laurence Mack,
'124, "William Fleischaker, '24, and
Phlip Schneider, '251. The womfen's
staff will be headed by Miriam Wick-
sal '24, as wumeh's editor and Will
be made up of Helen oward, '4,
lzabeth 'lhuffid, '24, Mar&garet
Black, '24, and Claribell Bowen, '24.
The art edtor for 192 will be Mar-
ion vanjvery, 24, and the photograph
editor Will - be Carl Koester, '2'E,'
with Marguerite ,White; 24, and Wil-
Liam Hearding, '25C, as assistants. As-
sistants on the art staff were announc-
edas l9ethany "Lovel,- '4, El0vod'
F rled '24, and YRth McComb, '24..
The 'stiness staff appontnents 'of
~the" ,lchig Annsian made by,Thomas
Knlel,.'24,, business manager, are as
follows: Gerge Patee, 25, accounts;
Cass Hough, '25, advertising; Jack Co-
hen, '35, organizations; Gifford lii-
John, '25, sales, ahd lzabth um-
pteries, '25, assistant sales manager.
Announce Gargoyle Staff
Carroll Jones, '25L, managing ed-
tor of the. Gargoyle, announced the
1923 staff appointments 'for that pub-
lication as: Merwyn Leatherman,
'25L, and Lyle Nose, 24, assistant edi-
tors;' Halsey Davidson, '25, art ei
tor; William Flarshiem, '2,Paul
Kniskern, '25, and 'Samuel Moore Jr.,
'25," upper staff assistants; and Alert
Pack, '25, Stanley* Simpson, '25A,,and
Walker 'Everett, '2, assistant art edi-
tors.
The business staff of the Gargoyle
" annotinced by Do' Ste~etee, 24, 'bysi-
ness manager, isf made up of: "Wil-
liam Arash, '25, advertIsing; inton
Church, '24, advertising; Aram Sm-
on, '25, advertising; Arden Kirchner,
'25, advertising;" Herb et Seidman,
'25, foreign 'advertising; Henry Duff,
'25, office; Thomas Glm re, '25, cred-(
it; Clifford Pratt, "'2, publication; and
Robert Straiib, 25,¢circulation.
Annoncement f staffmembers for
the 1923 Chimes...saff were not made
bay John -Bacon, 24, managing editor.
Dueo to the reorganization of the staff
it was not possible "to make them at
this time, They will be made at a
later date.
'C Imes, Mlakes Appountents
John Sabo, '2, business manager of
Chimes, made the fallowng appoint-
Inknts to the staff of that againe:'
Ha ry Hall, '25, advertising; Harold
Nutting, '24, advertising; Fred Pin-
ney, '25, foreign advertising; Avery
Bernstein, '25, circulation; Harry Mc-
Cobb, '25, publication; and P. D. Brom-'
berg, '25, credit.
The editorial staff of the Summer
Daily announced by Paul Watzel, '25L,
is'as follows: Wiam Stoneman; '25,
"city editor; Edward Higgins, '25, and
Samuel Moore, Jr., '25, issue editors;
Samuel Moore, Jr., '25, humor editor;
and John Mitchell, '24, book reviews.
L. Beaumont° Parks, '24, business
Innnaer of the Summer Daily, didl
not announce the business staff of
that paper due to the uncertainty as
to the men who will be here at wthat!
time Theannouincements will be
made at a later date.
No staff 'appointments were made
to either the Athletic Program or the
M~ichigan Optic due to the fact that
the ,staffs of tesc publications are
already foramed and 'no additional ap-
pointments, other than those already
in affect were necessary.
TICKETS ON SA LE
Fathrs' Day banquet tickets will
be, placed on sale at 9 o'clock this
,morning at the Union and will con-
tinue on ,sale until Thursday evenig.'-
They will sell at $1.25 each, and will
admit their holders to the Michigan-
Illinois track meet and the Mimes
vaudevile performance, Saturday, as
well as to 'the banquet at the Union.
University guides will be furnished
to any fathers during Friday or Sat-

urday. *They will be secutred .at the
office of Joseph A. Bursey, Dean of;
M(en, in 'University hal.
,.pccial arrangements are nowx be-
igmade for rooms for the parentst
for the weer, endl. The Union will

PIast history is drawn upon to fur-
nish the main part of the editorial
and artistic comment which makes
up the May-issue of the Gargoyle that
will be out tomorrow. The number,
is primarily, a "Historical'.Issue" both
in name and fact, and only the un-
'usual linking of historic characters
with' actual reality lenids 'the 'current
touch to the magazine.'
Such classic episodes as the Cros-
sing of the Delaware by famous mem- -
hers of the historic clan are .cared
upon to furnish arti~.'1-s, all aptly ii-,
lustrated. Of like nature 'is that ac-
count of Abraham Lincoln telling how
he quelled the; rush'of .t'ie Ford thiea-
ter and ho* he attainied his great in-
(Continued from Page One)
in the carrying out of-,the contests.
Members of the underclass comn-
mnittees to make ,arrangemrents for the
Spring games warn their classmates'
that it is absolutely necessary to
"weigh in" in order 'to enter the tug-
of -war. Those who hav~e represented
t'ese classes and aided .in the draw-
ing up of the contest rules, and agreed
.to do all in their pow~er to eliminate
unfairness in 'the games are: sopho-
more lits, Jac'kson Keefer, 'Georgej.
'Haggerty, James Miller, Lester Witt-
man, Frederick Wa'ssman, Edwell I
Slaughter, William Reid, Herbert Steg-!
er, -and Ray Bllington ; sophomore
engineers, W. K. Griner, W. IH. Webb,
E. Al. Fox, S. P'. Hart, J. E. Bamibdr-
ough, K. F. McIver,' G. J. Mack- and
IT. S. Young; freshman Iits, Earl Gre-;
her, Lowe'll Palmer, Frank MI~atheson,,
W illiam McMillan, Robert 'Beninett, i
Rtaymnid Hu~tzel, Glenn Young and I
Royal Cherry; freshman enIgineers,
William Coleiman, Robert James, H.
L. Tippy, C. M. McDuff,' J. P. Vose, T.
'A meeting of these committees to-
gether 'with the juioIh"dcdiniiittee will'i
be held at '4 o'clock this after'noon in;
rooih 302 of the Unioin.
house fathers only on these two days]
set aside in honor of' the fathers.
The Union committee in chas~e of the i
affair will meet at 5 o'clock tumor-
row Fafterrio6I in ,room X42 of the.
Union. {
Ted R.1iodes Orchestra will enter-'
Itain coneists on 'the Huron livet'
Wednesday evening, May 9.=ZAdv..-
G ARRKKC~ ~ 4
The Selb'ipss Present Wednsday,
L 0 ~TT
I I Lfithe1Romlintic Comedy
"THE HIEAR~T OF PANY1 WRACK"
NEXT 'W1gK--TE,' bN~tP~LLB -0.

tellectual capacity through the study'
of such engineering works as Robin-
son Crusoe and Pilgrim's Progress.
Summing up the general attitude of
the number and outlining the histor!y
of everything in general is "The Slip.-
Shod ,History of God's Land.'" All
things from the discovery Of 'Ameri ca
to the taking over of the country by
the Gargoyle committee are described.,
Future history is also dei ,ed into in
the issue. An account is published
of the Daily-Gargoyle baseball game,j
giving the' box score that seems a lit-
tle fantastic and all about it. The
strang~e part of the article is thiat the
Gargoyle is pictured as having won
the game, a thing so strange .that' it
has 'not been heard of in all the many
contests that there two publications
have staged.
Of' similar historical nature is the°
art, work of this 'issue together .With

R.A.Bk
Ago So g 'C, TO 1INITIAT
TVE MNTONIGHT
Twelve members of the junior civil
engineering class will be initiated into
the Michigan student chapter of the
Amercan Society of Civil, Engineers
tonight in the' Union.
Those who hame been elfcted to the
{ ociety, are, ,L. F.. Rader, R.H. Trites,
W. ,A. Galancy, M. A. 'Guenin, F. J.
Hildebrandt, E.' B. Sheppard, B. F.
.Hausmen, 'Ripley Schemm, W. K.
Saunders, W. A. McCienahen and J. W.
Hostrup.,
Membership t9 student chapters is
by election. "Eiligiblity, is on the ba'sis
of scholarship, a candidate to, the so-
,ciety being' required to' be above the
tscholastic -average i his work.

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