The M.A.C. Record; vol.23, no.29; April 19, 1918


Creator: Published by the Michigan Agricultural College; Edited by the Faculty
Subjects: Alumni, Faculty, Students
Description: Major articles in this issue include:
Lansing Alumni in Commission Government Campaign
Girls Theatre Rules Changed
Eight Veterinarians Finish Work April 12
Union Picnic May 17
Former Athletes to be Brought for Gym Dedication
Name of M.A.C. Man on Casualty List
Public Speaking Fund Letter Returns, Out a Year
An Opportunity for Alumni Assistance
Prof. P.B. Woodworth, '86, Now Major on General Staff
Nat'l Army Men Come to M.A.C. for Training
E.E. Gallup, '12, State Supervisor of Agricultural Education
East Lansing Liberty Loan Twice Over Top
Colonel John P. Finley, '73, Retires
Liberty League Sends Out Thrift Speakers
Green Team Wins First Baseball Game
Athletic Carnival First in Six Years
College Track Meet Saturday
Michigan Excels in Getting Smith-Hughes Machinery Under Way
Stanley Wellman, '18, Tells of Tuscania Torpedoing
'Twas Ever Thus
Sunday Concert
With the Colors
Additions and Corrections in the Service Roster
About the Campus
Alumni Notes
Date: April 19, 1918
Format: Text/pdf
Original Format: Publication
Resource Identifier: 19180419sm.pdf
Language: English
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