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VOLD. Xxxiv. Nca 163 FOUR PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, MAY 12, 1924 POUR PAGES

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Five mhen have entered the race for
the, presidency of the Union on regu-
lar,"nomlutition and two others will r
runs for thle postion oni petitions. Fo- 1
loWing are'.a list of the credentials of(
the candidtes certified to bzy the pre-(' f
ident of to Union.
Thomas Cavanaugh, '24, Union Ac-r
tivities: ,assistant recording ecre-
tary', recorder, chairman of registra
tion 'committee, chairman of the An1
nouncenet committee, reception
ommniittee, ezeu tve committee, chair-
mnan of . the :fall °housing committee, BACKSTROM . PEAR
chairman of the roomiing committee. _______
Frankilin J. Dlckma, '5,Union Ac
tvtes: Fther'. Day' committee, RcrigS~rtr
chairman pf FAtthei's Day, Uinion me- Milton Peterson, '25, Union Activi-
moral committee,- Union opera cor- ties: assistant recordingsecretary, re-
mnittee. Oter' Activities, chairman of corder, Mimes, Union opera, Fathers'
Class °publicity ,ommrtittee, ;;class -social Day.committee, executive committee.
co,mmttee, Michigan Daily (1). Other Activities: Chimes editorial
Robert J. .Hummer, '25, Union Ac- staff, Michiganensan editorial staff.
tivitles:~ chairman of house depart- Tiarl"Robertson, '25E, Union Activi-
mient,.riascommittee of Union Fair, ties: assistant recording secretary, re-
'Uinion op ra stagemanager of Mimes corder, .eeutive committee. Other
(heater, Father's Day committee, Deanj Activiies auditing committee of Cn-
ates pbitrlt comminttee, executive gineerig class.
commifttee. -Other activities: secretary Council Nominees
o f thae Studient counci. , The qualifications for the candidates
Char(liftles P. Livingtone, '25, Union on the bfallot for the presidency of the
Antivties:, general chairman recep - Student council are as follows: [
ti0th dpartmuet, charman' of Booths Alfred B. Conable, Jr., 25, Student[
ttfdconesobs hitatUnion 'Fair, Union f -I
chairman of faclt-student mixer re o couincil, night editor Micig'ari aily,1
corder of" recordling department, Dean Union opera committee, Union uppr-[
bates 'portrait committee, fall, recep- cls[dioycmiteeio rs-
tionconmiteeUnin oera Miesman handbook, freshman' glee club,
exctiv.ct te o ulOth eractMivimes:!Varsity glee club (2), publicity chair-
execuive councl. Oher ativiies n an S C. A. (2). S, C. A. cabint (2).
prestidet f the_ Comedy club, and Ewr .'o,'5,Sueteu-
Chairman of the alumni grid graph ci 3edardneeFxng2EhSude commn-ee
committee. '.SpneUno dl() giern'hnrcm tee
Willrd '5Esecretary of <class, president of the
Actiitie: IThe following men have been nomi-
committee, assistant chairman of cir- zae o eirrpeettvso
cus, Union fair, Union opera. 'Other nt~ o eirrpeettvso
activities: lee club, Varsity quar-'the Student council:
teit, -:dvetl~sng mnagr ofthe Irwin F. Deister, '25, Union Activi-;
'Techte, tadveicing mangneritheties: chairman of construction, Union
Thoni, Comtedycu,.nieeigFair. Other Activities : assistant foot-I
WTm.. Wilkins, '26L, Union Activ--i ball manager, chairman of sophomore
tie: nit°urn ;dnc coimtt'ee tihe p om ( omittee, ,Student concil asu-
ties sumet anc comitte. Oheicommittee, social committee of sopho-,
activities: president of the freshman gniecaso atyasca omt
law class. mr lsso.atyersca*c.rit
The following men are candidates te tte ~~en ~fil(~5
for the various vice presidencies. Five EuneDn,'2.MhiaDil
men are elected representing the dif- bsiness staff (1) (2) (3). sub-commiit
tee olcouncil.iMlie Committee. [
ferent schools on the campus: ( oln . arlighrouse 25, ng ht
Engnell.Srin e r E, nin c - ditoi Micigan Daily, city edito
Rusel S Srine, 25, nin c-Michigan Daily su-coinitte ot
tivities: recording d+iepartment. !Other uuUin omtepbit
activities: social committee freshman cmiteof Junior literary cas°-
engineers. yr'1 er.',F5W.'li'ii.
Charles W Merriam, '25E, Union c- Wn er 2E team, J-Hop cmite pe ls
tivities:, chairmian of the uspper, class adv,sory committe, mimes' theatre
advisory Committee, Union Spotlight committee, class social committee. [
committee.. Other activities: president CalsMrim 2E himno
w f freshmen engnes ie-rsdn the Union upper class advisory cor-
Junior enginieers, J-Hfop committee, mite
soh repo cmitemrit e, Union Spotlight committee.
sophmor prm cmmiteeVaritypresident of the freshman engineering
tennis. class, vice' president of the Junior en-r
nomhined Vice President ( gin eering class, sophomore prom con-
Jack P. Beukema, '25D, Union Ac-' mittee, J-Hop committee, Varsity ten-l
tivities, none.' Other activities: Var- Ins
'ity basketball, 'president sophomore Jh .Fao '5 hie}usns
dental clas., istaff (1) (2)JhA.Sb,, Chimes business an
W'in. Cuook, '25P, Union Activities, {ae, sub-commtteeof councill ar
none.. Other activities: 'J-Hop con- rI
Wittee. man of the junior class committee.
Literary Vice President he following men will run for the
Robet Hasey;'25,junior representatve positions on the
RbrHaey'2,Union Activi- concl
ties llrar comitte, ancecomit- Francis W. Davis, '26, Michiga nens-
tee. :Other Activities: Chimes editor- la business staff () (2).u-omt
ifa stafif,teofcuclcmi-
Fanklin l. Smith. '25, Union Ac- Itee.o cuciOpera pogamcmmt.
tivities:. chairman .freshman. activities Joseph J. Finn, '26, Michigan Daily![
committee, aistant chairman, upper business staff () (2), freshman hand-C
clasadvisory, committee, executive book.
commtfittee. Lee W. Ensel, '26, Gargoyle businesss
;oliv Bromley, '25, Union Activities: I staff (1) (2), sub-comittee of Con- (
general chairman Union opera, stage cl.
manager of, Union opera. stage cor- KnehC elr ,Mcia
mittee of TUnion opera, house commit- Dailye(1);.assistatciy, dioMichi-
tee, ,circus ,committee of .lUnon -airga Daily (2), nistnt co ittee,.pu-
Harry W. McCobb, '25, Union Ac ga iy ha),mano h n diesity fresh
tivities: none Other activities: chimes Irampulcity chairinan of ,the Uiest.feh
busnes stffassstat itraura IS. C. A., cabinet of he S. C., A
manager, Student council sub-cor- HowrdpAuiFner, 'TOE, Mcia-I
miteeensign editorial staff, Union athletic '
VO ice President' reception coiee, sub-committee of
Robert Rice, '25L, Union Activities: council.
assistant chairman of the upper class Wm, T. Colnan, '26E, president of
advisory committee. Other Activities: the freshman enineering lssb
presidlent of^ freshman literary Lclass, a committee of the gnclcassansuf-

Michigan Union
(all Men :Vote)
[ 7 THIOMAS CAVANAUGH
[ II FRANKLIN J., DICKMAN
C J ROBERT J. HBUMMER
C CHARLES D._ LIVINGSTONE,
[ 1 WILLARD W. SPANAG;EL
[ IWILLIAM J. WILKINS'
IfECORI T G SECRETARY
[I 1 MILTON PETERSON
[ KARL..ROBERTSON
(vole oply for your department)
LITErRA.RYVICEIPRE&.
[ I .1OIIN P; BROMLEY
[ ROBERT HALSEY
C HARRY W. McCOBB
[ ] FRANKLIN R. SMITH
ENGINEERING VICE PRES.
CJCHIARLES W. MERRIAM
[ ] RUSSELL S. SCRIBNER
LA I VICE PRES.
[ICARL E. ENGGAS
[I ROBERT V. RICE
[ ARTHUR M. SMITH
C WALTER VELDE
MEDIC VICE PRlES.
[ I BURTON E. HYDE
[1I HOMER H. STRYKER
CO)IBINED' VICE PRES.
[Ii JACK P. BEUKEMA
[ [ WILLI.AM CUSICK

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Students' Christian
Association
(All Men Vote)
PRESIDENT
I IAROLD'iO. STEELE
] DONALD B. CHUBB
SECRETARTY
1 CHARLES S. -IIEY
IRENSIS LIKERT

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Oratorical'
Association
(Entire (Camipus Tote)
PRESIDENT:
WALTER: E. PEAR
FRANK 1-i. BACKSTROM3
ELMER SA.LZMAN
MILLARD H. "PRYOR
VICE PRESIDENT
WILLIAM C. DIXOtl
BURTON B. SIBLEY
MELVIN H-. SPENCER
SECRETARY
ELIZABETH VAN VALKEN-
BURG H
BEATA WAGNER
'I'REASUTRER
JAMES' J. DUNN
ALBERT SAWYER

Students,"Must Register Today;
Last Cha nce In Order To Vote
Registration booths* will -te open The tables will li e on the campusl
from 9 to 3 o'clock today so that all n the same pilaces, as last week. Due
students who have not yet registered . nlmn ete h otswr
'iot open all day either last Thursday
can (10 so in order to vote in the cam- ri' Friday so many 'were unable to
pus elections' tomorrow. A' student egister at this time.
cannot vote for any campus office un- Hugh K. Duffield, '24, chairman of
less he has previously -registered. One the elections committee urges that
table will be in front of the campus *veryope register today who h-as Rot
and the others 'in the buildings of the ilready (lone so. "It is only a small
various, colleges.. thing to fill out one of the cardls and=
It is expected that with this extra it will allow the student to vote to-
registration dlay the biggest vote on morrow, which every student should
recordWwill be cast tonmorrow. In the desire to do. This, is to insure'a fair
past one dlay conly has been given over election. The cards are filed alpha-
to r'egistration with the 'result that the betically and wvhen the ballots are
total vote' cast is never more than counted the stubs are checked off with
3,000.. The council believes that many the registration list."
students forget to ?register and then The fits, phrarmnics, 'and eds will reg-
cannot vote' when 'elections come. ister in front of the Library; the en-;
A longer registration. period is be- gineers and architects under the En-
lieved to be the solution to 'this. gineering arch; the. laws in the Law
At the present timb there are more building, and the dents in the Dental
than 2,500 students registered. One building.
' thousand mfore cards have'been print- Women will be allowed to vote on
ed, for use today. It is hoped that all campus offices except those of the
more than 4,000 students will be reg- Union and Student council. Th~ey are
istered and able to vote tomorrow. ( urged to all tur~n out today.
ALL CAMPUS EL ECT1ION, TUESIDAY, MAY 13
INSTRUCTIONS :-Place a cross in the square ([1])bfoej
the name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote. I

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Board in Control
Athletics
(Entire Camipus Vote)
(Mote, for exactly three)
]JAMES K.. BROOKER
I IRWIN F. DEISTER
] GEORGE S.:IIAGGARTY
I ARTHUR 0; GRAVES
EDWARD E. MURANE
] ROBERT V. RICE

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Student Counci.l
(All Heen Vote)
PRESIDENT
*ALFRED 13. CONNABLE
EDWARD M. FOX
SE 1011 REPRESENTATIVES
(Vote for three only)'
fIRWIN F. DEISTER
{EUGI1PN ;L. DUNNE
JOHN' G. GARLINGHOUSE
WILLIAM W. KERR
SCHTARLES W. ME1~RIAM

Board in Control of
Student Publications
(Entire Campus Vote)*
[IJOHN A. SABO
[I] CARROLL B. JONESI
# [] EUGENE L. DUNNE'
] JOHN G. GARLINOHOUSE
1 [ ] THOMAS E. FPISKE

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SAB4,; ~ ~ . I GW PERRY M. HAYDEN I .H OL
J l(HRF EESETATIVES [ }IIEVERETT '0. UPJOHN.CA-, NDIDP[
VII.. A e~~vY I C e rn ~ to P D ELAE
a] LFACW. -DVSEI Referend iYTwo men have 1teen nozminated tof
[ } JOSPFI . -FN~tcontest for the position 'of head Var-
J JSP J.FN(All= .leaib Vote)' sity cheerleader.: With .-the opening
[ H} WRDA KEN T URN ER F , Do,. you favor an optional cheering of the polls tomorrow the campus vot-
[ ] H~rVAD A TRNERsection in the 'center 'of the South' ers will have their first chance to ex-
_______________________ Stand composed or: '" 'press their will on #the choice of the
t 11 Malestudents front all classes cheerleader. The former method -of
Varsityv C eerlead er I} 2-Male: students' from soph'io- appointment to the position was
more and upperciasses only changed b the action of the Student
(Entire Campus Vote) [ ] Do you favor retention of the council.1
LYMA J.GLAGOWpresent seating system with Lyman J. Glasgow, '25, member of
[ LYAI . GLSGOWa freshman cheering section the Varsity cheerleading squad forl
r 1 nDCiVT3T T. T1 ' nT T T~l _ T_

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