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ANominees for Of fices to Wie Voted
Oan at Campus election Friday
11 The following men, nominees for the union, will be voted uponi Fri-
t- ay, May 3, All-campus election day:'
- PRESIDENT-R. A. Butler, '19L, and D. W1. Springer, 119F.
t- RECORDING SECRETARY--Ralpli Gaunlt, '19, and Charles Sl
Sul llvan, '19A.
Ig MEDICAL VICE-PRESIDEN T-Richard )LIiean, 11911, and Theo-
e dore Squiers, 11931,
r ENGINEERING VICE-PRES IDENT-C. T. Van Dusen, '19E, C. 3.
,h Campbell,. '19E, and William Crui se, '19E.
,h L-W VICE- PIRESIDENT - C. C. Andrews, 120L~, and 0. P3. Lam-
r- Bert, '19L.
a-. . MEDICAL VICE-PRESIDENT-N. F. Mfiller, 12011, and Theodore
7y Squlers, '19M.
COM1BINED DEPAVRTMENTS VICE-PRESIDENT-H. G. Lewvis,
119D, and George Wood, '1911.
1- FACULTY REPRESENTATI VE FOR BOARD OF DIRECTORS-
ig Dean Henry 31. Bates, Prof. Jo liii C. Parker, and Prof. William A.
scenes in "Over the Top," at th're-
gulai' army cantonment, Camp Wheel-
er, Macon, Ga. Seventy-five hundred
regulars under the command of Em-
pey appear in the picture.
AT THlE ARCADE.
Mary Garden's Thais," is followed
by her debut in a modern drama, "The
Splendid Sinner," written expressly
for her by Kate Jordon. This play is
being shown at the Arcade today and
tomorrow. The story deals with Bo-
hernia and the battle front of France;
and Mary Garden, as the vampire who
becomes an angel of mercy, portays
the story of a woman who knew both
the joys and the sorrows of life.
ow M THEATERCI
A R C Al
SHOWS AT 3:00, 6:30, 8:0c
z~c Unless Otherwise Sp2
Chin -Fri-a-;3-M1ary Gardeni
Splendid Sinner" and Chris
edc, "With the Mumm 's
Sat --W'illiam F'arnum in "W hi
Sees Red ;" and ist of Jam,
go;)ery Flagg's "Girls You
Series, "'fhe Bride," 20C.
Mon-6 Viola Dana in "Breaker:
and Drewv Comedy, "Special
that one can
kinds of at
do too mucl
hought to b
x of somec
Evenings-6 :3o, 8:c
wo years ample
ik it best to get
even if others
learned how to!
will be able to !
hie may not have'
S. The demand
hers of zoology
provided in gen-
useum work, en-
gy, and this aids
n be given about
planned for each
n France are show-
ag spirit of the Ame-
a spirit which many
shed from the coun-
M. E. Cooley of the
ge yesterday morn-
Loan address before
The following ment, nominees for athletic maiiagersiip~ti will be
voted upon Friday, M11ay 3, All- canmpus election day:
FOOTBALL MANAGER-J. D. Cameron, '19, aid D. W1. Springer,
ASSISTANT FOOTBALL MANAGERS-J. H. Broderick, '19, C. T.
Hogan, 120E, Hart Anderson, '20, WI A. Leitzinger, '20, 3T. E. Lane, 120E,
Reed Bachmnan, '20, and F. WV. Parsonis, '20E.
TRACK MANAGER-J. H. C larke, '19, and H..1P. Bennett, '19.
ASSISTANT TRACK MANAGERS -- F. WV. Parsons, '20E, G. 1P.
Schafer, '20E, L. R. Van Ness, '20, and H. L. Popp, '20.
ASSISTANT BASKETBALL MTANAGERS-S. E. Doolittle, '20 ,Wii1-
lis Blakeslee, "20, Percy Quakenbusim, '_?0, 1. :I. Wieder, '20, and il.
IV. Heffner, '20.
BASEBALL MANAGER-F. C. Bell, '19, and D). P. Yerkes, '19.
ASSISTANT BASEBALL J MANGERS-Hfarry Ilause, '20, D. F. Fag-
erburg, '20, IV. G. Bade, '20, %. R. Bet, '20, and A. H. Dornan, '20.
Tihe following men, nominees for tile Student council, will be vot-
ed upon Friday, )Lay 3, All-campus election day:
CAMIPUS AT LARGE-P. E. Citolette Jr., '20L, C. T. Van Dusen,
119E, John Reilly, '20, Jay Stoughi, '20L, Raymond Munro, 119E, and II.
31. Bell, 11931.
1919 LITS-S. W. Sedgwick, F. C. Bell, and J. H1. Clarke.
1919 ENGINEERS-W.-M. Nugent, J,. J. Hosman, and 0. Ht. Cart-
1919 LAWS-E. M. 'Hudson, IV.1B. O'CJonnell, and L. L. Pollock.
1919 MEDICS-C. E. Sherwood, C./ E. Nash, and Sidney Shipman.
1919 DENTS-J. D. Glover and C. F. Adam.
1919 PHARMtICS-IY. J. McGill, B. E. Spokes, and E. II. Kratz.
1919 HOMOEPS-G. P. Wood, and J. 1). Van Scioick.
1920 LITS-D. F. Fagerburg, E. H. Cress, and W. Gx. lade.
1920 ENGINEERS-C. T. Hogan, D. IC. 3irrieless, J. 1. lDickinson
S. C. Jacka, and J. .I. Darbaker.
The following men, nomineesfor the Y. M. C. A. will be voted upon
Friday, May 3, All-campus election day:
PRESIDENT--A. C. Crockett, '19, R. J. MfeCandliss, '20)1.
VICE-PRESIDENT-IV. R. Stark, '19, and Earl Miles, '20.
SECRETARY-T. E. Eubank, 120E, and J. E. Goodwille, 120E.
The following mpen, nominees for the offices denoted, will he voted
upon Friday, Mfay 3, All-campus election day:
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT1 PUBLICATIONS - Gerald
Nye, '19, C. T. Van Dusen, '19E,Ralpm Gault, '19, E. D. IKirkby, '19, J.
H. Emery, '19, D. WV. Springer, 19E, R. R. Beardsley, '19, L. IV. Butter-
field, '19, and C. C. Andrews, '201.
1919 ENGINEER HONOR COMITTEE-E. L. Nugent, W. E. Grov-
es, E. C. L. Matthews, H. I. Josey, and C. P. Beathi.
1920 ENGINEER HONOR CO)LIIITTEE-Russell Kinsman, C. 0.
Barton, J. A. Barger, Ted Wilson, W. G. Harbert, and C. E. Boltum.
1921 ENGINEER HONOR COIMIlTTEE-R. F. Grindley, H. F. Ben-
son, R. 0. Fischer, and IV. A. Gramn.
The following men, nominees for the Engineering 'society, will be
voted upon Friday, Mlay 3, All-campus election day:
PRESIDENT-IV. 0. Kllngmann, '20E, and C. T. Van P)useu, '19E,
VICE-PRESIDENT-C. P. Beath, '19E, andW. R. Cruse, '19E.
SECRtETARY-T. R. Jeffs, 119E, and H. I Josey, '19E.
TREASURER-E. C. L. 'Matthewvs, '19E, and Rlaymiond Ntro, '19E.
Stupendous Heart Interest
WALKER WHI TSIRE
Shiowis-3 :00, 7:00, S :30--Shows
PRICES -- 20c-20c -- PRICES
(Incluad Ing 2e War Tax)
- Matinees-2 :oc
I nocent's Progress."
I- Janitor's -Fall."
Finish." also \~rcekl
- - dy, "TUasiful."
POOKINGS FOR MAY
- ! hri-Mlay z-3--Jack Pickfordi
- "Sirit of '17 ."
Sat-4--Antonio Morino in "The Nat
lahka." Also News 2S. Corned}
Stin-Mion--5-6-Billie Burke In"
C Land of Promise." Also Son eocay"NtvSae.
'Ptues R'ed---7S-BPessie Barriscalei
"Within the Cup," 7 parts. Als
L hr-Fi-- :o-EidBennett in "Key
of the Righteous." Also Keyston
"A Lady Killer's Doom."
ined tha~t it was
ine before the
ten, but he said
g and America
arly antu muaeisiv e
according to Dean
eace would be but
would be followed
y other wars fully
he present one.
n of a "follow-up"
Clyde E. Wilson,
bscribed over 1,-
SEROT. ARTHUR GU'
to lack of time, Professor W.
;er's talk on chemical engi-
was postponed until the next
MARY GARDEN "The
lers Advertise in The
Active At Front
Nineteen members of the Red Cross
unit from Smith college have ably
demonstrated their ability to "carry
on" under German fire. Not only
were the American girls among the
last to leave Greycourt, one. of 'the
towns evacuated during the 'recent
Germ;6n drive, but they carried with
them in automobiles milk_ and food
for the refugees, and established a
temporary hospital for children at
Montdidier. Later, in the face of
continuous bombing at Amiens, they
'constantly disregarded their own
lives in an effort to alleviate the suf-
fering among wounded soldiers and
At present the girls are in south-
ern France, still actively engaged in
relief of refugees who stream along
offers highest miarketable prices for
your old clothes. Anything in the
way of suits, overcoats, or shoes he
will take off your hands. Sell your old
clothes. They are no good to you.
I can use them. You will get your
money's worth. No quibbling to buy
cheap. Their absolute value will be
paid. Call Mr. Claude Brown at 210
"Lord and Lady Algy," at
AT THE THEATERS
Majestic -The B(
turing Valentine Gra:
.Wuerth -- Jack ]
"Spring of '17.";
Orpheum-Pauline Starke in "In-
nocent's Progress." Also comedy ,
"A Janitor's Fall"
Arcade-Mary Garden in "The
Splendid Sier."' Also Christie*
comedy, "With the, Mummy's *
AT THE MAJiiESTIC
"Over the Top," with sergeant
Arthur Guy Empey, will be shown at
the Majestic for three days starting,
with a matinee on Thursday, May 9. 1
This picture has been very well re-
ceived everywhere. The actor himself
has had an'interesting history, having
fought in France for 18 months.
The United States wvar department,
in recognition of the patriotic nature
of "Over the Top,," an1d the services