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PAGE TWO

THE MICHIGANDAL

DAILY

SATURDAY. MAY 1925

PAGE TWO SATURDAY. MAY 2. 1~25

ARRANGE TAG DAY
FOR SIC. ,CAMP

Annual Camipaign for Cam~p
WYill Take Place Next
Tuesdazy

Funds

HO E TO RAI E $1500
Tag Day, an annual event on the
campus for the purpose of raising
funds to help support the Student
Christian association Fresh air camp,
will be held Tuesday. Fifteen hun-
dred dollars or more is the aim of the
committee making arrangements for
the one day campaign.
Hjarold 0. Steele, '25, is chairman
of the committee in charge of Tag
Day. Others on committee are John
Garlinghouse, '25, W. B. Crosby, '27,
1. A. Stevens, '26, and J. G. Donald-
son, '26. Every fraternity and soror-
ity on the campus is being asked to
cooperate.
Tag Day will be very much, like
the tag days of other years with the
one exception that there will be two
kinds of tags given in return for con-
tributions. A special tag will be
given for contributions of a -dollar or
more. Contributions under one dol-
lar will receive tags identical to
those given out last year.
Posters have been put up on the
campus advertising Tag Day. Many
of the churches in Ann Arbor will
make special announcements Sunday
regarding the Day. Short talks will
be given -at all student young
peoples' society meetings Sunday
evening. In addition to advertising
the drive for funds, a call for leaders

Former University InstructorPUIATOSOIE !I
Prep ares Biography Of Tappan I Th Board in Cntrol of Stu-
(dint. Publications will hold its
A~~ meerii fTa-tos lollc- eaewthte~i i1'ting for the appointment
pA bioraphy fi-l~ie"Iyiip a-Linshudc c-r ewt tec of managing editors and lbusi-
panfirs prsitint. of he uiver3it : mssio. jness managers o student pub-
i& now being pl-pgl'64 by Prof.! The commisision especially de(lesjre} lications on May J, 1925. Esacht
Charles Mv. Perry, forin~rly of' the; information on such events as the ap~plicant for a position is re- I
philosophy departnletlt Mere, and no0w sudden ousting of President Tappan ' Quested to file seven copies of
head of that derpa;!tnilt In the Unl-4 n 1863. and the ;stories of the efforts( his letter' of application at the j
versity of Oklahoma. to get Tappan back. All such data ' Board] ofice in the Press build- I
Prof. Robert M..Wenley of the phil-: chould be sent to the office of the
osophy department is aiding Profes-1 commission in the State Office build-I ing no later than May 4, for the
sor Perry in cletn data. The }ing at Lansing. i use of seven members of the
coletngBoardl. Carbon copies, if leg!-
work is also" being assisted by the ble.. will be satisfactory. Each
Michigan Historical commission. mii{ in IInu~n~ r I letter should state the facts as it
sSome years ago Professor Perry' UN IY I SIT !UVVW I IIII to the applicant's scholastic rec-fj
wrote a doctoral dissertation, on the U } r nteUnvriy n x
"Fhilosophzy of 1ery Philip Tap9 riir}BlILBN inlseherUeofrs it hsx
panof-theUniersty f ~chgan" T IiL M HEperience upon the publications1
At that time It was untiesrstood that____ any bearing upon his qualifica- r
in the future the paper w*ould' be en- IPwrgnatd tth Uiesty Lions for the position sought,
larged to a biography. The project ! ndwarnynother(]aactse whichsithe
wvas allowed to rest when professor I ptower plant is now being supplied to liy them aydeemrelevate
Perny was doing work outside of theI five buildings formierly supplied by apiatmyde eeat
acdmcfed the. Detroit Edison comp~any. They E. R. SUNDERLAND,
Atpesn Poeso Pry ssek!ae the Hlealth serivece, Dental col-} Business Manager. Board in
ing mateial fli intimate facts of lege, South department of the hospi- CotlofSuetubi-
IPresident Tappan's life. Thy ilistor-( tal, and the buildings and_ ground.-,' tions.
ical commission requests that any dep~artmlent storehouse and shops. I
one who has anty material, such asI The cut-over to University power -
contemporary letters, diariis, local! was made this week, eliminating sev-
paer cntohs r ots flegisla-I en lines which previously furnished - 1 h -
paperdcomes o r Untesit opra I ower from the Detroit Edison Coln- Read the W ant ant Ad
I The nion las R first m6rt- ___, -.-~.-~------.-. . .
gage oi the building in' the C SPEECH DEFECTS CO RE TE

EXPERT
REPAIRING
Welding, Brazing
Auto Repairing
Fenders Repaired
PR O CHN0OWT

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in August which the banks re-
fuse to renew. In some way
enough money to pay off this
mortgage must tbe raised by that
time. The only income which,
will do this is that w*hichi is
owed by ife -jembers on past
due subscriptions. More than
$200,00 is over, ie~ on these
subscriptions and. Union officials
urge all Members who owe mon-
ey on their, subsc-riptions to pay
up immediately in -order that a
financial crisis mdy be averted.

for the camp will also be made by
these speakers.
.Hayden 1To0Speak E
TO Cosmopoltitans
Concerning Orient!
Prof. J. R .Hayden of the political
science department will speak before
the Cosmopolitan club on "Demo-f
cracy in the Orient" at 8 o'clock to -j
night in Lane hall auditorium.
In his lecture Professor Hayden
wil treat the democratic tendencies
now present in the Oriental countries
and will relate his observation of the
governments in some of the nationsj
which he visited on his trip through
the Orient last year. The states which
Professor Hayden will mention par~-
ticularly are: Japan, the Federated
Malay states, Dutch East Indies, Phil.J
Ippine Islands, and India.j
After the address an informal so-
cial hour and a reception of new
members will be hield. The public is
invited to attend.
Bloomington. Ind., May 1E-- hopingI
to attain maximum cleanliness in un-
iversity buildings, the Indiana Daily
Student is conducting a contest to de-;
termine the best kept university build-
ing. The prize, $10 in cash, is to be
divided among the caretakers of the
winning structure.i
New York, N. Y., May 1.-A ques-
tionnaire submitted to seniors of Col-
umbia university indicates that half!
the class have a liking for liquor and
that less than half have scruples
against marrying for money.

By
zi DR1. lFREDI)RICKi MARTI11N
lFormerly D~irect or of Speechi Imiprovemuent
I Board of Education, N eii York City
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Beginning June .9th
O pport uniitiles for Corrcton1 of,
Staminmern g'i sping, Loss of eciIArne ntfr
Voc, ootnus tchi, etc~.iI versty Students
For in fori t ion, write
f ' MARTI N INsrTIUT E FOR, SPEECHII DEF ECTS
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