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The Wolverine, 1921-06-28

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Wagner, room 220, En-

Law '18-Alexander Brede, Clarissa Vyn,
room 109, Tappan hall.
406, '19-James P. Adams, rooms 105-106
Tappan hall.
'19E-Roy W. Elliott, Library build-
La ing.
'19M-Horace Wray Porter, West am-
Engi- phithpater, Medical building.
Alumni of the college of architecture
Del- meet at the office of Prof. Emil
n. Lorch, room 209, Engineering build-
348, ing.

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MANY EVENTS FOR
SENIOR CLSE
. .
(Continued from Page One)
Alumni office in Alumni Memorial
hall.
Thae University Homoeopathic Nurs-
es' Alum~nae association meets' at
Nurses' Home No.1iat 2:30 o'clock.
At 4 o'clock will be a reception to
faculty and members 6f the senior
medical class aid all other friends
at the home of Dean Victor C.
Vaughan.
At the same time will be a ball
game at Ferry field between Waseda
university and the University of Mich-
igan.
At 4 o'clock the second annual re-
union of the. Helen Newberry Resi-
dence association will also be held.
Tea will be served at the residence
from 4 to 6 o'clock.
At 6 o'clock will be' the University
Hmoeopathic Nurses' Alumnae ban-
quet, with the 'senior :lass as guests.
Sefior -nonienade
The annual Senior Promenade on
the campus, with music by the Var-
sity band, will begin at 8:30 o'clock.
The University of Michigan band will
also give a concert, and a playlet will
be presented by the senior members
of the Comedy club.
At 8:30 o'clock the Senate recep-
tion will lg held at the President's
house. Cards of admission can be ob-
tained at the .office of the- secretary
of the University, from the secretary
of the Alumni association and at the
officesof theasecretaries of the vari-
bous schools;~ and 'colleges.
It is requested that all guests enter
the President's house by the west en-
trance. In case of rain the Senate
reception will be held in Alumni Me-
morial Hall.
Alumni' day will close with a dance
in the assembly hall of the Michigan
Union by the classes of '13 '14, '15 and
'16.

for the pioneer in every field of human
endeavor. A true worker never asks
for certainty. To know the deepest
satisfactions of life you must become
creative workers. By the solving of
problems which have defied the skill
and wisdom of man, by making con-'
tributions to the world's knowledge,
by building yourself into institutions
and governments, by creating new
works of art in music, painting, sculp-
ture, or architecture, you really come
to understand the place that work oc-
oupies in life when it is worth while.

BURTON I)EILIVERS IMPORTAINT "To work as you play will transform
MESSAC E AT BACCALAUREATE your work into, a career.
"Then your chief satisfaction will
arise out of your toil. You will play
(Continued from Page One) the game with all your might. You
solely at efficiency. Work is the maker will obey the rules of the game. You
of persons. A man becomes signifi- will be a true sportsman who knows
cant just in proportion as he origi- how to lose, but who always plays 'to
nates ideas, develops new processes win. Men and women who work in
and adds to the mastery of the world. that spirit make real community build-
Genuine work therefore cala for in-J ers and constructive citizens. Upon
itiative. It seeks out the 'an who them the quality of our civilization de-
is daring and venturesome. It calls pends."

WASEI)A hERE FOR TWO
GAAES WITH VARSITY NINE
(Cont'nued from Page One)
It has been rumored on the campus
that two of the Wolverine stars are to
cast their lot with major league teams
after the final game Wednesday, Vick
with the St. Louis Cardinals, and Jack
Perrin wth the Boston Red Sox.1
Neithcr man w411 corroborate thee ro-
ports, but their play will be watched

many games in the An
The team has played near
and has traveled sever
miles, an excuse for the
ball game. The Japs h
over Yale and Harvard a:
the best Big Ten scho
credit. A. three-game se:
University of Chicago res
victories for the ' Maroo
three games were close.
'The game today begins
and that tomorrow at 4.i
111 Births Here in
Lansing, June 27. -
county reported 111 bir
deaths during May; ac'oi
pilations of the division
tistics of the state de
health.
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TRACK STARS GO
TO A. A. U. GAMES
Captain Lawrence C. Butler, '21, and
Charles Cruikshank, '21, of Michigan's
1921 track team, left Chicago yester-
day for California, where they will
compete in the National A. A. U. meet
at Pasadena.
The two men will represent the Illi-
nois Athletic Club, Butler in the 440-
yard dash, and Cruikshank in the run-
ning broad jump. Butler has been one
of the western stars in the quarter
mile this year, losing only three races,
and topping off a highly successful
season with a win at the 1921 Confer-
ence track meet. Cruikshank has been
entered in the broad jump and the
hurdles, but has proved himself best
in the former event, scoring several
leaps of more than 23 feet. He won
the Conference jump, and the broad
jump at California with a leap of 23
feet 6 inches.
NNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT OF
POLLOCK, '20, TO AGNES HAUN
The engagement of James K. Pol-
lock Jr.: '20, of Newcastle, Pa., to Miss
Agnes M. Haun, of the same city, was
announced ,ht a dinner party given at
the Sigma Delta Kappa\ fraternity
house last might.
Pollock is a member of the Sigma
Delta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa, and
Delta Sigma Rho traternitfs. He
was a member of last year's debating
team and has also been prominent in
various other campus activities.
:Dubuque G~ets $200,000
eubuque, Ia., June 27. - Two hun-
dred thousand dollars have been pre-
sented to Dubuque college by the
Rockefeller foundation, Rev, John
Stuart, president of Columbia univer-
sity, announced today. The college
had to raise $1,000,000 toward an en-
dowment fund to receive this amount.
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