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JNCIL ACTS ON
SWING-OUT FIG

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Action on the fight between the En-
gineers and the Laws in the Swing-
out last Friday was taken last night
at a vell-attended meeting of the
Student council at the Union. The
meeting was a special one, called by
President C. A. Hart, '18E, of the
council to consider the violent occur-
ence near the flag pole.
A full discussion took place at the
meeting, in which a number of men
from both the Engineers and Laws
gave their views of the affair and of a
suitable remedy. All the men who
spoke were agreed that violence ;in
department rivalry is deplorable and
to be condemned.
After t he discussion the council
went into executive session, and unan-
imously adopted the following the
remedial resolution.
The Student council, realizing that
it is useless to abolish any existing
rivalry between classes on the Cam-
pus, will not change the regular order
of Swing-out. But when that rivalry
results in violence, it will be condem-
ned as such and dealt with accord-
ingly,
SAYS RIFLE INSTRUCTION NOT
PRACTICAL FOR COLLEGE GIRLS
Whether women need instruction in
shooting for self-defence during war
times, seems to be a question. 'June
Houghton, the foremost rifle shot in
the world, is teaching this art free of
charge to a number of women. It is
for the purpose, if necessary, of re-
lieveing those able-bodied men who
are engaged in guard duty of a kind
that could be performed by women.
"Shooting, as a sport, at Michigan
would be impractical," says Miss Alice
Evans, physical director of women.
"If women bore arms they would no
longer be counted in the civilian pop-
ulation. A rifle range and the am-
munition for shooting would also be
of great expense to the University."
King George Host to 100 U. S. Airmen
London, April 30.--A party of more
than 100 American airmen were invi-
ted to tea at Windsor Castle by King
George and Queen Mary yesterday.
At the reception the king and queen
expressed appreciation of the excel-
lent work the men are doing in the
on of civilization.

TODAY
5 o'clock-Il Circolo Dante
room 301, University hall.

U-NOTICES
Rehearsal of R. 0.. T.
morrow evening at Hill

C. band to-
auditorium.

210 Hoover Ave., one door west of

Installation of new Y. W. C. A.
meets in cabinet members will be held at 4

TOMORROW
8 o'clock-Union war smoker at the
Union.

Think This Over-
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Detroit

Y. M. C. A. TO START CLEANUP
DRIVE FOR UNPAID PLEDGES
Unpaid pledges for army Y. M. C. A.
work are so numerous, that the mana-
gement of the local Y. M. C. A. has
decided to have a special drive dur-
ing the first week in May, to get in
all the money that is due.
The Y. M. C. A. drive a few months
ago was tremendously successful all
over the country, according to the
men who were in charge, having rais-
ed subscriptions aggregating $50,000,-
00.
R. 0. Bonisteel, chairman of the lo-
cal Y. M. C. A. war fund committee,
received an explanation of the situa-
tion from the war work council, asking
that a cleanup campaign be held in
,the first week of May. The letter
reads in part: "It has been decided to
make the week May 1 to May 8 clean-
up week for the balance of the war
work fund. It is the wish of the coun-
cil that at the end of this time the
several county treasurers will know
just what to expect from the pledges
which are not paid, that is the exact
date the remaining pledges will be
paid, or the number of pledges that
it will be impossible to collect.
Mr. Bonisteel aks that all pledges
remaining unpaid be settled during
this week at the City Y. M. C. A. which
was the headquarters for the cam-
paign in the county.
Fisherman Search for Collier Cyclops
Washington, April 30.-As the filial
phase in the search for the missing
naval collier Cyclops, the navy de-
partment announced today that num-
erous boat crews are being landed
by warships to question fishermen
along the coast of the West Indian is-
lands near the route taken by the
collier when she sailed from the Bar-
bados nearly a month ago.

o'clock this afternoon In Newberry
hall. The officers for the coming year
are: president,Emily Loman, '19, vice-
president, Hazel Beckwith, '19; treas-
urer, Katherine Glass, '20; secretary,
Margaret Atkinson, '19.
The chairman of next year's work-
ing committees are as follows: Kathe-
rine Glass, '20; membership, Ruth
Jennings, '20; social, Marcia Pinker-
ton, '19; religious education, Dorothy
Marquis, '19; conference, Edith Duem-
ling, '19; emergency, Hazel Beckwith,
'19; international representative and
annual member, Hazel Hoffman, '19;
inter collegiate, Ada Arnold, '19; liter-
ature, Helen Tibbals, '19; Vespers,
Emily Powell, '19.
Dr. Parnell New Hospital Head
Dr. C. G. Parnall, for three years
head of the city health department
at Jackson, has been appointed as
medical superintendent of the Univer-
sity hospital. He will assume his
new duties July 1.
Dr. Parnall was added to the staff
at the hospital in order that hemight
aid in the planning of the now hospital
buildings provided for by the state
legislature a few years ago, although
no specific date for the beginning of
this work h,.s been set by the Regents,
Dr. Parnal's appointment is -the re-
sult of his success in planning the
Jackson City hospital buildings.
Itailroads :and Shipping Lines Linked
Washington, April 30.-With a ivew
to speeding the arrival and departure
of ships in American ports, govern-
ment departments having to do with
oversea transportation today created
a port terminal and harbor improve-
ment conmmiasion to be put in charge
of all port facilities. The commission
will link the railroads and shipping
lines so that necessary. delays will be
eliminated.
Edward Carry, director of opera-
tions of the shipping board, has been
made head of the commission.
Our Merchant advertisers represent
the progresive business n.n of Ann
Arbor.-Adv.
The Daily's specialty is service to
every one, Let u $:rve you.-Adv.

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Washington, April 30.-Spokes
of organized seamen predicted a g
shortage of sailors for the grov
American merchant marine at a j
conference today of the shipping b
ship owners and union officials.
The result of the meeting was
adoption of a resolution authori
the appointment of a committee of
to investigate the situation and
sent a request to President WI
for such remedial action as may s
necessary.
BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampoo
Manicuring, Massage and Chirop
Open evenings by appointment.
N. 5th Ave., Cor. Detroit St. P1
2402.
Officers' Raincoats made to orde
H. Wild, Tailors, State St.-Adv.

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's for the league.
contest, Delta Sigma Rho,
ebating society, will enter-
tors and their coaches at a
be heir at the Union. Ath-
y society, the woman's
VAr~r e rinty is lc eln 1

ning to entertain Miss Erma Blain,
Northwestern's candidate, during her
visit here.
A musical program is being arranged
for the contest. Prof. William .D.
Henderson, director of the University
extension service, has been secured to
act as chairman of the contest.
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not fall down.

We are mighty near the student quota.
By adding but $12,000 to our subscriptions, the honor flag
will be won.

Wake up Michigan and do not falter.

We must go over the top.
Remember your classmates in the trenches and uphold the

honor of Michigan.

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