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THE MICHTGAN DAILY

WEDNTESDAY. APRIL 28.'* 1920

THF MTCHTCAN DAIT IV WFTh\TP~ThAV APT~YT. 9s~

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Ae~pt Revised Constitution Which
Increases Power of Students
Ili- )lanlagemient
APPOINT NOMINATORS
Acceptance of the revised constitu-
tion drawn up by a reorganization
committee by the Oratorical associa-
tion at the regular bi-weekly of the
organization has materially enlarged
he powers and duties of student of-
ficers in 'financial .management and in
the selection of the personnel of the
season lecture course, it was an-
nlounced yesterday.
Heretofore, the entire program of
the lecture course leas been drawn
up by a faculty ads isory committee
of three appointed } the President
of the University and by a member
off the public speaking department,
student -officers having no voice in
the. selection of the numbers. Under
the new provision in the constitution
al righ'ts to arrange programs for the
association are vested in a committee
of four, of which three must be stu-
dent'members of the Oratorical boardl
and the' fourth, the chairman, must
be a representative' of the public
.speaking faculty. It is further pro-
*vided that the~ committee of three ap-
pointed by. the President will continue
to act in an advisory capacity to the
5 jwive lecture committee.
The revised document makes pro-
vision for the handling of all the fin-
*ances of the association by a commnit-
tee of six. The personnel will be made!
itp'of three "members of the Oratorical
* board who represent the department
of public speaking and three non-stu-
v ent members 'of' the association who
*will be elected by thie members of the
organization' for three year terms.
Specifications have been made that
*thee ter'm of only one. of the non-su
udent members of the committee, must
expire each year. This committee will
select a financial manager of the as-
sociation, from within its own mnem"-
'bership. Until the change was made
A?"YLINE. ATO'
COUtNTY'
or. a Real Law Piee Tour
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Carl J. Lerren (insekt), "'Remn ~ce iing" of Alaska, thinks that reindeer
meat, which can be raised in Alaskha more cheaply than bef can be pro-1
ducOed in the United 'States;, evc rttmlIv will take the place of the latter.
He's conducting a campa gYn in New York nlow to popularize reindeer meat.
Photo shows one of hi;~ great hierdsin Alaska,
1r.H. White now touring Europe, re-1
( t r n e d fr o r nl N e w ,Y o r k c it y y e s t e r d ayH A I U i ll S I R , v h r h e a t n d e x c i e
'jcommiee meeting of the N~ational Researchl
(cwi] onhleat transfer._
Prof. W. L. Iladger. who is; actiir nc iiraliz d group fo)r a more intensive
as the head of the c iialegnr-i n.vestigation of heat transfer prob-
in eprmnth heasnc fPr .les twsdecided tocondiucta
--_ -__- fna re al apaign to back the work
the financial manager was itappohite(l outinehd(Iunider the direction of a paid
by the public speak a: ; departmnent. di rect or.
It was announced by William C.
Dixon, '28L, Ipresident,Itlit a inmhlU .- dZ Dahily AdverCitisrs.-A(Iv.
ing committee to consider t hose "'li:
desire to run for Oratorical boar: f-
flces in the campus eleetiis has bee-t
appointed. It consists of Prof. 1R, is.
T. oliserand G. E. Densmore, roth l Spring s h
of the public speaking depa tmment, A]-
pert E. Sawyer, '27L, Albert; Sti ,rn, lme to 1Beautitv
'274, William C. Dixon, '281, and -kar
'guerite V. Dutton, '26. I-he ore!
x _t Ia 'ic~ ecover your
O ld C lo he , urIture with attractive de-, l tS i
Bought09 orBg SigHMS and coloring.
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