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:IGAN, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918.

Assemble on Campus

rs will assemble on the campus
n caps and gowns shortly be-
o'clock. The senior lits and
s will form on the walk run-
om University hall to the Mu-
The engineers and architects
e up on the walk running from
ity hall to the Angell resi-
Graduate students will meet
walk running from University

hall to the flag pole. The medi s,
laws, and pharmics will form in the
above order on the walk running
from the flag pole to the Chemistry
building.
The homoeops and dents will meet
on the walk running from the Chem-
istry building to Waterman gymna-
sium.
In case of rain students will meet
directly in University Hall.

FRENCH LECTUI
SPEAKS TO]
Prof. Charles Cestre, who
8 o'clock this evening, in I
Science auditorium, on "Th
France," come here on
Harry B. Hutchins' invita
sident Hutchins met Prof
tre in California and ask
speak at the University.
Professor Cestre is pr
English literature at the Ui
Bordeaux, and is official
change lecturer at Harvari
While in Ann Arbor, b
ing Dean John R. Effingen.
After the lecture this ev
will be a reception at the
club, where faculty me
their wives are invited to
fessor Cestre and a Frencl
eight officers who are cc
Camp Custer today. The c
been invited by members of
department to spend the
here.

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SENIORS HONORED
BY PHI BT A KAPPA

CAMPUS ILAN SITUATION
SHOWS BIG IMPREMENT

OF COMMITTEE
ING REPORT EX-
PLAINED

INILAST RETURNS INDICATE

UNI-

VERSITY WILL RECEIVE
HONOR FLAG
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election to Phi Beta I *

year the executive com-
to make the following1

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THE CAMPUS DRIVE
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e Executive Board of the Mich-
chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has
ght it desirable to state the pro-
e of the committee in preparing

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:iety of the names *
ection to member-
is based upon two

Yesterday's subscriptions
among students and fac-
ulty ..................$ 3,800
Previous total ......... 154,250
Campus total ............ $158,050
Facutly total ............$129,500
Student total..........$ 28,550
Amount students must raise
to fill quota and get honor .
flag ....................$16,450

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in at t
ughout
second

Cercle
Present

of .e

Of the two plays, "Le
prevu," and "L'Avocat Pa
sented by the Cercle F
night in Sarah Caswellj
the latter easily scored
success, having the advan
continuous action which
essary to hold the undivic
of an audience, while the
hampered by its entire
upon dialogue.
Lacking necessity for

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r ,
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Yesterday's subscriptions
students to the third Libert3
dicate that the quota will be
the campus will be presente
three-barred honor flag. T
turns made by the campus
were larger than they had
the past three days, thus m,
ditions lok more encoura
they had been since the oper
campaign.

the
n in-
and

re-

rt of
'20

ia t e L reco W.LnJaatnso f. t ein-
tors, on the other, afford two sets
dex numbers which represent
students' relative scholarship
two different angles. The for-
the point-hour ratio, is basedf
the hour unit, but makes no dis-
nation between elementary or
ed courses and considerable
nts of more advanced work in
department. The latter, the re-

for
con-

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of th

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COUNTRYcommendation, expresses the opinion
ER COUNTRY of the instructor as a result, presum-
ably, of extensive and intensive study
-Liberty dad in one line. The index numbers are
orrow by the averaged, and the students, thus ar-
onstrations in ranged in ranking order, are selected
and town to in turn until the desired quota is
,y bonds.rSub-reThusdit appears very clearly that;
night are ex- the choice is made not by the Commit-
$2,000,000,000. tee, but really by the Faculty through
al holiday has these two sets of reports.
Names of Appointees
I today added The electives are as follows:
reports mak- Mary Louise Alexander, Port Clin-
5,050. ton, 0.; Ruth R. Avery, Ann Arbor;
rd by districts Ruth L. .Bailey, Coldwater; Abigail
idede Chicago Blackburn, Bedford, Pa.; Percival V.
igan is in this .Blanshard, nunc pro tunc 1914, New
York; Ella C. Bliss, Houghton; Alex-
ration ander Brede, Highland Park; Ger-
nutes at noon trude Brock, Ionia; Frances M.
will be sound- Broene, Grand Rapids; Dorothy T.
Buckley, Sioux City, Ia.; Laura A.1
g, Liberty day Cannon, Ann Arbor; Margaret H.
d in the city Cooley, Ann Arbor; Arthur W. Ehr=
flag will be licher, Pekin, Ill.;
,urt house at C. Philip Emery, Benton Harbor;
Preparedness Howard F. Fenstemaker, Berwick,
ded yesterday Pa.; Fred W. Froskic, St. Charles;
L celebration. ,Hazel G. Fuller, Vermontville; Paulj
ster announc- H. Geiger, Sturgis; Lynn A. Glover,
:he committee Ann Arbor; Olive Hagen, Lake Lin-
general holi- den; Katherine W. Harrington, Bat-
cantile places, tle Creek; Geneva K. Hayes, Hastings;
other estab- Margaret Henderson, Ann Arbor;
pected to con- Zora Hickox, Ann Arbor; Laylin
James, Ann Arbor; Charlotte B. Kel-
sey, Ann Arbor; Christina Kersey,"
)verman Bill Muncie, Ind.
5.-Critics of Marion Klingler, Pittsburgh; Pearl
Lockhard, Detroit; Weltha A. McLach-
renewed their lan, Evart; Mildred C. Mighell, Aurora,
its proposed Ill.; Carl W. Neumann, Detroit; Lu-
ent to reorga- cile H. Quarry, Ann arbor; Lavancho
es, and many G. Rieger, Ann Arbor; Cecil A. Ross,
t the mea.&ure Ann Arbor; Lena M. Sackett, Char-
he restrictive lotte; May Sanders, Sault Lake City,
ise of the day Utah; Warren H. Townsend, Lock-
>f an amend- land, 0.; Clarissa Vyn, Grand Haven;j
esident to ap- Frieda E. W. Westerman, Ann Arbor;'
officer to con- Myrtle M. White, Bronson; Aliee M.
M. Woessner, Ann Arbor; Margaret Wylie,
ate attacks on Niagara Falls.

Hold Pep Meeting , nd
A pep meeting to arouse the enthus- an
iasm of the students will be held next lin
week, near the close of the campaign. the
The committee now feels certain that
the quota will be subscribed, the hopes ab
of the men in charge being that the and
minimum sum of $45,000 ascribed to an
the students will be oversubscribed. ed
itie
Intensive campaigning is planned for
the closing week of the drive with this it4
purpose in view. Pa
Competition among the women's and an
men's teams is becoming more acute. G
For the first time since the opening an
Th
of the drive, Wyvern, women's jun- T
ior honorary society, is in the lead
of the women's teams, with a total cO
subsdription of $4,450. Mortarboard
the women's senior honorary society sa
has to its credit $4,050. pe
IHibbard's Team Leads
Captain John D. Hibbard, '18E, and J
his team, are still in the lead among
the men. His total today is $5,950,
with the following amounts for the oth-
er captains: H. A. Knowlson, '18E, co
$4,200; Albert E. Horne, '18, $3,750;
F. H. Tinsman, '18D, $3,250; Stephen no
S.'Attwood, '18E $2,550; miscellean- the
eous, $350. The total sales among the
the men are $20,050. he

id Alciba J. Himmelhoch,
illauine, the tricked clothin
t, divided the honors of t
e energetic acting of bol
en drew applause from an
servative audience.
lone A. Wilber, School c
Ong several selections bet'
rformances.
7DICIARY COUNCIL FIX]
DATE FOR JOINT 3
At the last meeting of the
tncil which was held VV
on, the council fixed the
e Joint meeting of all class
e senior class. This mee
held at 4 o'clock, next IM
rbour gymnasium.
The chief work for each c
to elect a play and social
e and also to nominate thi
rs for the judiciary council
en will also elect 20 of tt
be a sodial committee for t
an spread. On May 3, the
r the Judiciary council
ted on.

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'ARCUONS ADMIT 11 JUNIOR
LAWS AT SPRING INITIATIONS
Eleven members of the law class
of 1920 were admitted into Archons,
law honorary. society, at the annual
spring initiation held yesterday after-
noon. A banquet at the Catalpa Inn
followed the initiation.
Following are the neophytes: C.
C. Andrews, A. W. Boyd, M. D. Camp-
bell, H. A. Donnelly, J. P. Hampton,
S. A. Lambert, R. F. Merner, P. E.
Ort, A. B. Tanner, N. W. Wassman,
and C. D. Hipp.
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Afternoon Classes Excused

Because of the proclamation of
Governor Sleeper designating
Friday afternoon, April 26, 1918,
as a public holiday and of his re-
quest that all schools close at
noon on that day, no regular Uni-
versity exercises will be held
Friday afternoon.

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Michigan City Mayor Rie]
Washington, April 25.-F
Miller, mayor of Michigan
diana, who was arrested as
enemy when he came here Tu
discuss prospects of compli
naturalization as an America
was released tonight and al
depart for his home.
Provisions Made for New
Washington, April 25.-Ar
ment offered and adopted in 1
provides that men registere
the proposed draft bill shall t
at the bottom of the classes
they may be assigned.
Prof. Shull Announces Birth

BEG YOUR PARDON
to a misunderstanding,

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