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TflrIE MICHIA4Lr_______________S~)Y

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LYPublication In the I Uletin is constructive notice to all members o4
the University. Copy received until 3:-20 D. tn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Vclume .. SU:NDAY, JANUARY 21, 1923 'tuiuhcr P,7

GIANT LOGS ON FLOOD RAMPA GE
KILL THREE AND WRECK CAMP;

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'loathe ]Deans:
There 'will be a conference of the Deans in the President's Office at 10
o'clock Wedneday, Jan. 24. M. L. BlURTON.
Vniversity Senate:
~'The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year wil
be :held in Room C, Law Building, on Monday, January 29, at 8:00 p. tn.
O)rder of business:
Report,.of Board in Control of Athletics
Memorial. to Dr. Van Zwaluwenberg
Report of committee appointed to formulate a plan for Mid-week Vespers.
JOHN BRADSHAW, Secretary of the Senate.
Inalty,'Colege of Literature, Science, andi the Arts:
The January Faculty meeting will be hed in Newberry Auditorium,
Monday, Jan. 22, at 4:10 p.im. The report of the Committee nCorespond-
ence Coursn will be present~ed at that time.
JOHN R, EFINGER.
University Lectures:
The University lectures by Dar. Edward Sapir, Anthropologist of th
Vitoria Memorial ,mseum, ttawa, Canada. which were unavoidably ost-
poned are now'scheduled to be given at 8 p.i. on Monday, Jan. 22, and at
4;10 p. m-. Tuesday, Jan. 23, in the Natural Science Auditorium. The ;ubjects
of the twe~leeiturea are ""The-West Cast Indians of Canaa" and "The Art
ol! the Indians of Canada"., The public is cordially invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
-University Lectures:
Mr. L.Awrence J. Burpee, Secretary for Canada, International Joint
~Commission, Ottawa, Canada, will deliver a University lecture at 4: 15 p. M.
oba Q desday,'Jan. 24, in Room BB, Law Building. His subject will be "An
International Experiment" and the lecture. Will deal with the International
Joint Commission and its influence upon the relations between the United
'st0.te0and Canada. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Seean4 Seumes r;Eections:
A Preliminary Announcement of the Summer Session of 1923
fbr° the College, of Lterature, Science, and the Arts, the School
of E~acation, and the Graduate School is now being printed so
tlhat stadents In these unit's who are interested in summer study may prop-
eyw correlate their elections for the second semester with those of the
net Sumn.er Session. This Announcement wil contain detailed descrip-
tiains of all coures given in the units referred to and will be ready for dis-
trtbutloh ou DMonday, Jan. 29. Copies of the Announcement may be obtained
at tbe> varltbis.'registration offices.
EDWARD 1.,IRAUS.
English 80:
English $-The Age cif Wordsworth-will be offered the Second Se-
mneste M W. F. at 1, room 208, T. 1., 'provided there are a sufficient number
Of'. ,pld.c _ rts for it. This is a repetition of English 30, First Semester. My
conisultatiofl hours are M, W., F., 3 to 4 in Room 208, T. H.
S. F. GINGERICII.
Te;tihe Members of the Chcral Unilon:
I A special rehearsal will be held this afternoon a-t 2:30 at the School of
&iusic, E. V. MOORE, Acting Conductor.
Rhetoric Staff:
Rhetoric staff luncheon Monday at the Michigan Union 12:15, Main din
iirg r~ u W.ABBOT.
;*}ptinlh F'n cuaty:, ,
On Monday, Jan..22, at 5 p. i., in Room 305 S. W., there will be a
meeting-of all Instructors who are teaching Spanish 1, 2, 3, and 4 in the
College of 'Literature, Science, and the Arts.
CHARLE~S P. WAGNE.
}rduta~e Engaish Club:
.The graduate English Club will meet on Monday, Jan. 22, at 8 o'clock,
in ;the ~parlors of the Helen Newebrry Residence. Dr. Bredvold will talk on
the', arly. Poerrj of John Donne. Please notice the change of date from
Tu~edAy to Monday evening. MARIAN STUDLY.
Men'a s Educational:
The Men's Educational will meet on Monday, Jan. 22, -at 7 p. in. in room
318. Michigan'Union. President Mc~enny of Ypsilanti will speak.
L. 11. BEACH, Secretary.
Cer c = rne als Play :r
' outs Mnday at 4:15-5:00, Room 202SW. Good parts remain to be
U'lverslty'f lflchtgan Varsity Band:
~34met at Waterman Gymnasium on Monday, Jan. 22, at 7:15 . in.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.

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It took a cloudburst but a few minutes to wreck this little logging can
persons were mnangled to death among the great timbers, some of them five
about in the ra ging torrent like toothpicks and which helped make kindlin;
which. are shown.

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1008 Oakland.
W IIATI S GO01N G ON . :34)-L~uthieran Stuident forum Zioll
SLutheran Parish Halls concerts by j
____________________ the High School Mandolin .Guitar
Iclub.
(OTiC F -C opy for tlis column should 5:30-Social hiour, Presbyterlai Young
be submintted by 5 :30 o'clock of Peoples' society.
the day b4;f)re pubicationi. +6:0-Studenst supper 4. Harris hall.
( --- ;Mr. George D. Willner speaks.
SUNIJV ;6:31- Baptlst guild, devotional mweet-
9:17A--1niversity Men's Bile class ing. Subject, "Law as a Christian
Imeets in Upper room, Lane hal. Calling."
9 :30-E-vangsiellst band meets in llapi- '6G:30-Regular meeting of Presbyter-
jist Guild house. ian Young Peoples', society.-
1I :40-M3ichigin IDan es maet at Rent- 7:30-Annual meeting of Hobart guild
sehler's studio to have picture takenI in Hiarris hall.
for'Dnian 4 :0)-Iaptlst guild friendshlp hour
11:161-4 omdy lto ictulrewilb< in Baptist, church parlors.
taken at Rent 'chier's studio. MONDCiVTAY
,11:00--Studeiit class of the Church of 7 :00-Wklayfarers' club mneets in room
Christ meet. Subject, "John the 306, Union. {
fAmbitious." 7 :00-Men's Educational club meets inf
112:04-Prof. 11. l). Hecndersoni speaks! room 318, Union.
at. Pres byteriain church. '7 :00i-Jewish Student congregation
2 :134-- SCalp )nd Blade club meets ins meets in Lane hall.
u Union.j 7 :40--ehratreka meets in room 302,
3 :00-Booth N1o. 14) meets in room 302. Union.
Union. 9 :00-7Wasamna club meets In roosts
1 :00--Narsity (lee 0l0) meets in read- 303, Union.
ing room, Union. U-NOTICES
4:06D--t.smooiiclatrt club enf,-rtained All fraternities and sororities, and
YO'U'VE BEEN THINKING,
' About Having One Mande -
Yor orrat ry
PHOTOGRAPHER

, after flood passed
nip at Morton, Wash., recently. 'three
feet in diainater, which were tossed
rg of the fourteen cabins, some of
Jother campus organizations Must
1have lists of members, and other
copy for the 1923 Michiganensian in
jby Jan. 25. Copy should be turned
tin as soon as possible at the 'Tn-
scan office.
Ill class officers must have their lt-
jtures for the Michiganensian taken
Iat once as these must be in the
bands of the engravers this week.
hinlor engineers can now seeuretheir}
4official blouses at Wuerth's clothing
store as a second shipme~nt of 200
checkered blouses has been receiv-
ed.4
Sophonmore class dues are payable.
They may be mailed to Ray Billing-!
ton, class treasurer at 1102 Oaklandj
avenue.;

Portraits
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IC1AL DRECTOR TO EQUIP
ISLAND FOR REFUGEE WORK
)r: Mabel Elliott, formerly. of Ben-
i arbor, Mich., and director of the,
ierlean women's hospitals has ar-f
ged with the Greek government to
,e over the entire island of Macron-
and equip' It with facilities for
,dii 10,000 refugees.
Phe 'larg est -medical quarantine sta-!
n in the world is on the island and
financed. and directed by American
mnin~ an effort to cope with the
preceilented outbreak of diseas~e

among Near East refugees in Greece.
Dr. Elliott recently was appointed
general medical director of all Amer-
ican relief work in Greece.
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Adv.
Try Our Rn shies Men's Lunch~e
1 1 J %f J1 0-2 P . .
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February 10th,
Thi s Extra will contain a
group picture of. those at-
tending the Hop, rlists of
booths and guests pres-
ent, and a complete 're-
sume of the previous
night's gaieties.
Reservations for c opi e s
may bem a d e by calling
the Business Delpartment,
of the Daily, 960x.

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