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THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

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WHAT'S GOIN G ON
Notices to appear in this coltumn must
be Itft in the box at the I)a;p office
,prviedfor that purpose before 4

HEATH SERV ICECLLS
TOA 3I2 c 7,AK KYJ

81(I1~iiiV ri~ot ~~sis 8U(Otlt(51
rr 1pi&j vby he n~ru~; ()ora acte

o'clock precceding !tae day of issue. -.f,
TH'URSD)AY I5.
9:O40-2:00-Registratioul for annual !CV(eltaldL~~u .,' Iih &
all-campus elections at booths on o pi,.nices f11rcil
th'am u . 0 .t r A ril 017l'114, C;r\ \\ ihi =' (Vr' ;tat 111
1:49).2-:.4O---Registraiton for 'mi 1 1 '
all-camspus elections at booths on II ..!W~
the (ainpls.ax~ilsli~bI atl~ :l::i ..
1 :00)-00-A renresenttafl le of the
Poates- corporation ofl New Yorh
lmeet6 students who are interested - it~i
in summer work, in room 30 4, Un-
t :,2i',:t --linternationaal exlaiiii hi iiie;
of modern paintings fo the Car-.
negle institute of Pittsburgh, in Al- ;"_
rnnni Memorial hall.
:00-Seniors gather in front of the SAVING EP 'VY N P
'Library for Swing Out.
3:13.-Yarsity band assembles at -
headquarters for Swing Out. TRUST DEPAR ItA l
1:0 -- (ciy lee club reports back
stage of Hill auditorium for Swing
Out exercises.
5-:l10-Phi Beta Kappa meets in roomOletAabilPat'i Aiiw
20d, Mason hail. OletN iic ar j, cJt at
5 010-)-Sophiomores meet in the Nalur 1-=
al Science auditorium to choose-
captain for spring games. a11~11IE11i!l~111111111!1~ltlilil'"i~iB33.9111t~lil:
5.-30-1nitjateslito Phi Bota Kappta
mneet in room 205, Mason hall.
5:30-7 :W-S. C# A. cabinet me4ets at
Lane hall.a
i :0-the weekly assembly lIn 1w .Ii HIow did your /"W
ls3,public speaking Carterse-r~,, g a
ers, i held in room 348, west l r-
gineering building.Lo kt s// @
7:30-Juanior literry (1ass iodhkJ /;5 sr:,,V
" mioker in the ball room of the 111n- Moring ? , {F,
Ion.fw
30:~-(eologioal and Geographic, ~
Journal club meets in room C-i 36,
Natural Science building. I,
7:10-(Gnn and Blade club ineeis inro m 32 ,U i n
7 :331-Les Toy ags"E!urs meet, at. the Ft. f , Ifav t
7 :30--Thirisliian Science society liketit
in Lane hall.rr
7 :3{--A Iph liEsiloi flVu uiY.et s in .
room 'M", Union.
7 :3tP-1..:11-mi ernationial cxli lb iiicur
of modern paintings fromn the (Car-
neg;ie institute of Pittsburgih, in Al- -a1
umni Memorial hall.?a
'-.60-Ernuest C. Siler, 4 merltns pro.
fossor of New York university,
speaks on "Polybius and Hfis Plan
in Ancient Iistoriography," in rom-'
- p .:"MAKE RS
2003, Angell hall.xe. vG(RG"FOTCMAY
S :00--1Masques present s thlree onie- 'B - O TON
act plays in Sarah, Caswell Ang;ell -- -

i i'iiucpally through contact, but the Four cases of contagious diseases
"lb,-iiei that, thle epidemic was caused l were also reported during the mont li,'
1)v swyi niting in the Union pool wvas including two cases of scarilet fvr
decl ared iiopi-robale by l)r. Sink. "It "one of measles, and one of GVIerma n
is pu (Iblyb, howeve,, he stated,' meaisles. One (death froill pnf' mlunonia
"I 111 if ;tsItlIent w<ieealreadly afI- ,was reported, Operaitiomo, pererl i i
-i iel w dithtlIP 1St-Il VP, SWillhig in,-.anion t ed Ito21, and X-Ray exam i
11 lp ood would agravate it."' natinis conduct ed tot ailed 93.

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FRIDAYX
9:(10.1l3:00-1-egisti'ai Ion for 'nnual
all-campus elections at booths onh
the campus.
'0 -.AH-I 2:W~-Afr. C. F. ;tone of the
(Ohain-B3elt comp~any meets seniorI
mechanical engineerqi who are in- ;
terested in posit ions with this coin1-
pany, in room 221, west Engineer-
ing building.
1 :4H.2:00-Rcegist.rat ion for a nnual
all-campus elections at booths onj
the campus.,
1.6I :1(-- 4H-Internatioal exhibit ion j
of modern paintings from the Car-'
negie institute of Pittsburgh, in AN ,I
ninni Memorial hail.
C :30-Annual Phi Be6ta I6ppa ban-
quet at the Union.

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Toa' nsil:HwItc 11 tural value do YOU think the axit fcw-!
hibition Ltt Alunlnii Mem~forial hill
Wlice ased:an the cani t.
S. J. Kai bel, '27L.--"L believe ihatc
the exhibition has a great dleal of
('ultaral value. It affords the stud-
e'nts opportunities to broadlen t hem -
selves by observing the fine art (is-
played. Insofar as Ann Arbor does
Trot boast ot an art mnuseumn, I believe
tiat exhibitions of this sort fill a
grCat needl and prove themselves
(oublly valuable."
NV. A. Norris, '26.--"The value of
such an exhibition is no doubt one
Of the greatest factors in contribut-
ang; to a broader education."
S), F. Komito, '26L.--"'The cultural
value of this exhibition, arid other'
of like nature, is good, but tho
trouble is that so few avail them-
selves of it .hat the effect is probably t
lost for tile gener'al student body." ;
4 J: G. Lyons, '27.-"Indeed, the e\-
hibition must be of great cultural
value to those who atteind it, but I
(10 nos think that enough people at-
tendl to warrant the expenditure of,
money arid time that is required."'
W. Sawyer. '26.-"The cultural
-vAuie of such an exhibition is patent-
lyT beyond( question. There is how-
ever, a lingering (doulbt as to whlether
(c01lege studlents properly appreciate
that sort of thing. Anyway only A,
very small minority do."
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