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THE MICHIGAN DAILY T ,

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JUNIOR ENGINEERS mQGE PROGESES
GOkISIDER THIRDPATY
TO MEE T-ST icot2 (B
Class lli Hoid Annual Banquet ;'caioeofth orgnlP ges
IAssembly Hll of 01sineste, has prospects of a new
T1f1Y.

LL CAMPUS ELECTION, TUESDAY, MAY r131

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TRUCTION JS :--Place a cross in the squarre ([ ]) beforel E. F. DAY AND) H. IV. 3T IE
SCHEDULED TO lVE TALKS
the name of the candidate for whom you wish to vote.i

Michigan Union

Students' hristian
Association
(All 'TeniVote)
PRESIDENT

(All Men zVote)
PRESIDENT

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FRANKLIN J. DICKMAN
RO(BERT J. HUMMER
CHARLES D. LIVINGSTONE
WIILARDI W. SPANAGEL
WILLIAM J. WILKINS
ThO0MAS CAVANAUGH
RE CORDING SECRETARY

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HAROLD 0. STEELE
DONALD B. CHUBB
PERRY M. HAYDEN
SECRETARY
RENSIS LIKERT
CHARLES S. HIGLEY

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Junior Engineers will hold their an-
nual banquet at 6:15 o'clock in the
assembly hail of the Union. Prof.Ed
mund E. Day of the economics depart-
ment will speak upon "Business and;
the Engineer," while Col H1. W. Miller
of the drawing department will. talk
on "The Obligations of the Engineer." .
Bartram and Saxton, the two Keith
vaudeville singers that are appearing
at 'the Majestic theatre th'e first part
of the week, will also sing at the ban-
quet, giving several selections. A
band composed of junior engineers, IJ
collected under the direction of WVil-
lard Spanagel, '25E, will furnish
music'for the affair. Other numbers
will be on the prpgram.
Tickets for the dinner, which will
be placed on sale this morning at the
Engineering arch are priced at $1.2<5
a relate. It is expected that more tharj
200 junior engineers- will attend the
banquet.
tLeo A. Cannon, '85E, has actedl as;.
general chairman in arranging the
program for the banquet.
War Me m'ori al to Cost $,}f3400
Los Angeles, May 12-A war mem-
orial building will be erected here!
[by the county supervisors and the;
jAmerican Legion, at a cost of $1,-
000,000, it is announced by Buron
Fitts, former state commander of the_
Legions;

political movement, linked closely~
to the movement for Senator Robert
M. LaFollette for President, but sep-1I
arato from the Republican party in
the state. A call has been issued for
a state-wide conference on May 18, to
consider the formation of the Wiscon-
sin Conference for Progressive Poli-
tical Action.
The meeting was called by persons
known to be favorable to Senator
LaFollette as a presidential candi-
date. At the same time, endorsement
of some candidate for the governor-
ship other than Governor John J.
jBlaine, incunb4'ent, is declared by
leaders of the new movement' to be'
likely, since the call is signed among
others by Lieut. Gov. George F. Com-
ings, a candidate for governor. Other
announced Comings supporters also
have signed the call, which includes
32 representatives of state organiza-
tions and labor groups. 1
IFormation of a third party in the
state was threatened some time ago
by followers of Lieut. Gov. Comings.
At first it, was said an entirely new
party was, probable. It was decided
by leaders of the movement, however,.1
to join in the national move for pro-
gressive political action. The con-
ference here, will determine whether
the. state gTroup will join the nation-
al organization; whether individual
candidates for state offices will be en-
dlorsed, andl whether an entirely se-
parate state ticket will, be put in
,the field,,Accordting to its sponsors.

More than 650 Mllchigan men and
women attended the alumni banquet
held recently at Chicago at which Ed-
win Denby, '96L, gave the principalf
address, speaking on "The University
and the National Defence." Sg'A T
Don't Forget to Voter
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STCMBmkeih hi sa cme
in any style you like even after it has?
just been washed.
STACOMB-the original--has been
used for years by stars of stage and
screen-leaders of style. .,.Write today
for free trial tube.r
Tubes-35c>'- Jars-75c , I _JHI rT'
S Insist on STACOMB-in the black;
yellow and gold package.
For sale at your druggist or wherever
toilet goods are sold.
- Standard Laboratories, Inc.ti.- I, {t$Ma 'i r. 1'
13West 18th Street, New York City oo,$7.
Sezsd coupont for Free Trial Tuba. $1.10 All Se=1
STANDARD LABORATORIES. Inc.
I11S West 18th 5St., New York City. Dept. 1 1
Ade #1 Read T~

jitney

Thneatre

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IN TH.IS eENTURYS
CROWNIN1G COMEiDY
AC H i Y E MN T !^
r o N Mz a v i s

U R DAIYAI, 1MAYf 17
21iEuOAKS CLEVEREST COMEDIANi
14 h, ILAi2IQUS
NITCHY"
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KARL ROBERTSON
MILTON PETERSON

(Vote only for your department)
LITERARY VICE PRES.

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ROBERT IHALSEY
H-ARRY WV. McCOBB
FRANKLIN R. SMITH
JOHN P. BROMLEY

ENGI1NEERNG VICE FPRES.
I] RUSSELL S. SCRIBNER
L1] CHARLES W. MERRIAM

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Oratorical
Association
(Enitire Campus Vote)
PRESIDENT
FRANK H-. BACKSTROM
ELMER SALZMAN
MILLARD H. PRYOR
WALTER E. PEAR
VICE PRESIDEM'T
BURTON B. SIBLEY
MELVIN H.. SPECTER
WILLIAM C. DIXON
SECRETARY

is Daily

r"Clasified" Columns

Filled in Order t Jecve-M'f~il !ow--Pries for LI )wer
[{ah 0133y, front, ;2.20; 5e( ond %ec'foft, ,16;remiainder
;It" Reewrved.

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'LAW, VICE PRES.
ROBERT V. RICE
ARTHUR M. SMITH
WALTER VELDE
CARL E. ENGGAS
MfEDIC VICE PRES.

[I BEATA WAGNER
[] F LIZABETH VAN
BURGH

Patronize Daily Achertiserg.--Ad(v.
Daily classified for real results.

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Supplort Me Fresh Air Camp
lDon't Forget to Vote

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TREASURED

I1 ALBERT SAWYER
[ ] JAMES J. DUNN

([] BURTON E. HYDE
CO¢MIiNED VICE PRlES.

Don 't Forget to See

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WILLIAM CUSICK
JACK P. BEUKEMA

Board in Control of
Athletics
(Entire Campus Vote)
(Vote for three onlty)

THE GRAY MOUSE

Turn IntMo _' Jiutterfly i

Studen ouni

[ ] IRWIN F. DEISTER
[1GEORGE'S. HAGGARTY
[ ] ARTHUR 0. GRAVES
]EDWARD E. MIURANEi

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Whitnaey Theatre

'Frill3*;May

(All M.en Vote)

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Tickets at Wabr's

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~PRE SIDEINT~

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]I EDWARD M. FOX
I]ALFRED B3. CONNABLE
SENIOR REPR'ESENTATIIVES
(Vote for three only).

Board in Control of
Student Publications
(Entire'Canmpus Vote)
(Vote for three only)

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EUGENE L.- DUNNE
JOHN G. GARLINOHOU SE
WILLIAM W. KERR
CHARLES W. °MERRIAM
JOHN A. SABO
IRf WIN F . DEISTER

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EVERETT G. UPJOHN
JOHN A. SABO
CARROLL B. JONES
EUGENE L. DUNNE
JOHN G. GARLINGHOUSE
THOMAS E. FISKE.
EDGAR H. AILES
PERRY M. HAYDEN

.jI, IOR REpjtRESE'NTATIVES
(Vote for three only)

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FRANCIS W. DAVIS
LEE W. ENSEL
JOSEPH J. FINN
KENNETH C. KELLAR
11OWARD A. TURNER
WILLIAM T. COLMAN

Ceering Section
Referendum
(All Men Vote)
Do you favor an optional cheering
section in the center of the South
Stand comnposed of:
[I ] 1. Male students from all classes
L] 2. Male Students from sopho-
more and upperclasses only
LI ] Do' you favor retention of the
present seating system with
a freshman cheering section>
in the West Stand.

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Varsity

Cheerleader

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(Entire Campus Vote)
ROBERT L. LEOPOLD
LYMAN J. GLASGow

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Anything. from a Card to a Book
Serbice and Quality at Jioderate
Prices, is Our M'onto.
'r mJlr Better impres5sions"
OVER THE ARCADE THEATRE ACROSS FROM 'I HE CAMPUS
Phone 269-M
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BETTER--six-buttoned-ceniter-plaited_
- to the bottom. White and solid colors.
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J. F. Wuerth Co.

Your progress is measured
by what you save, not what

you earn.

SAVINGS DEPT.

OF

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(Oldest Nation2al Bank in Michigan.)
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