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The Michigan Daily, 1917-12-07

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IOR, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY,
MEE'llN
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[BER 7, 1917.

lock Of Gothas Fri
!?uring Hours Of

Spirit

Yew''

Dec. 6.-After several weeks of
of this morning experienced an

CAPTAIlt

The first warnings were received
Gothas crossed the coast of Kent.,2
nake for London, but after droppin
dle off seaward again. Some 25 pl
opted raid. The material damage
sons were killed and 21 injured.

ear men turned out
pep" meeting last
for the freshmen
as large as that

&n of

SE PIIETNIOR LIT PEIDN
APPOINTS COMMITTEES
INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE GIVEN
MEMBERS AT CLASS MEET.
ING TQDAY
. The following committees of the
senior literary class have been ap-
pointed by the president, James
Schermerhorn. Jr.

E0

of the]
ned the'1
. "The
enter of

at it is

'18,
. can

committee work will be
at the class meeting at 3 o'
fternoon in room 102 of

out

the
F.

Committee-Roland
man; Fred A. Gari
eodore W. Adams, I

ret

mittee - John E. iu
an; Raymond Ad- ti
rews, Vera Keyser, w
ai
ee-Philip C. Pack, t1
Neumann, Bernard p
tch, Helen Brown. tI
tee-Robert C. Pat- s-

Committee-V
.n; James MV
rein.
mmittee-C. P
James D. Ree

>mmittee-Allen Sb
z; Marion Holden,
Brown, Stuart J: B
Brede, John H. Co
Committee - Bruce
rman; Jacob Br
ran, Jr., Roger Tho
ommittee- Mauritz
Ln; Jasper B. Reid,
McDonald.
!ane Committee-H
rman; Cecil Seely,
an, Frank Martin.
imittee-Arthur G.
; Herbert W. Gies

pe

naives:

and Gown Committee-Julius
Clair, chairman; Robert B.
son, Arthur E. Cone, Gladys
ig, Frances Handibo.

re e

wv in can
I and th
st make

f

'I mn, Promenade Committee-Arthur C.
Vie Ippel, chairman; William J. Balgoo-
yen, Camille Blinstrub, Armando Cusi-
canqui, Jeanette Kiekintweld, Henry
tions to T. Takacs.
he var- Swing-out Committee-Herbert 'G.
in the Wilson, chairman; Frederick C. Bolt,
of $89,- Joseph Palma, Roland F. Hussey,
Helen Bates, Portia Walker.

have n
questio
'sicial I
will al

TECHNIC 'T
WITH

In

per capita subscription amount-
76.86. Nearly 70 per cent of the
ought bonds. American exped-
y forces in France subscribed
850. Troops in Hawaii rolled up
.50 those in Panama $1,113,600
ose in the Philippines and China

ament Work
engineering
>r and grad-
or mechan-
i to work in
nt work toy

camps in the
850 of the war
.1 army camps

To Present Scenes From Julius Caesar
Classes in Shakespearean reading
under the direction of Mr. S. J. Skin-
ner will combine for the presentation
of scenes from "Julius Caesar" at
7:30 o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
The public is invited to this per-
formance, for which there will be no
admission charge.
Prof. E. R. Turner To Lecture on War
Prof. E. R. Turner will lecture on

Everything from the co
to the last article in the
number of the Technic, wh
out today, has been plann
the thirtieth anniversary n
of the best issues to date.
The cover design is a r
in miniature of cover desig
sues of other years, inc
1888 edition and that of I
issue of this year.
Five articles combine '
partments tp make this
teresting. These are "The
the Technic as Told By Old
bers," "Photo Surveying"
S. Swinton, "Duluth's Priv

subscribed for
national guard
600 of the seci

3,740,900, the 15
ps taking $19,339,-
s. Twenty-five of
camps went over
and 11 of them
ally for more than
Jonal army camps
scriotion of $58.36.

k'
k,
.'

the European war at 8 o'clock Wed-
nesday night, Dec. 12, in Natural Sci-
,ence auditorium. His lecture will in-
clude the following topics: Methods
of the Germanis, what the war means
to the American neople. why Ameri-

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