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November 14, 1911 - Image 1

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RIGAN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1911.

PROFESSOR MCHNN&GOF
GUAGE IARV ARD TiALKS5 ON "TEA."*
F. _N. Professor Edward Cha~nning, of the a
of rhet-j history department of Harvard Univer-*
rle-sity, and author of numerous text *
h." The 'books on American history, delivered *
ated by' a lecture yesterday afternoon on "Tea *
Tuesday; in the Colonies" with special reference
e southX to the Boston tea tax.,. Prof. ehanniing *
ical lab- declared that the real, reason why- the.
titute a' colonies objected to the tax wvas not so *
ology of much because of the tax itself, but be- *
*Pills- cause the Eaist India Company had a *
are in- nronopoly on all the tea,.
Prof. Channing is now comnpleting *
Boucke, the third volume of his eight volume*
will de- history of the United States which *
e mean- "Professor Van Tyne has highly recoin- *
Imended. ___
*

* * * * * * *st

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Held and Souter to Act
Toastmasters at Union
Dinner Thursdav4
PROGRAM TO RE 1?EaTITjE.

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H. C. Adams will be the guest time, the grey
r andI Francis T.Letchfield~pres- desire that tl
f the senior engineer class, will merishedcanl
as toastmaster at the secoid' erected.
an Union membership dinr..er of At the lat
r which will be given Thursday Regen~ts, no
g from G to 8 o'clock at the Un- in regard to
for the delay
Verne Souter will act as Fresh- ! hnt te(+m

man

charge of
t of vocal s(

dll

e for writing and hisj
its poetry color and
ihim fame at home

Tickets for the dinner will be sold
for thirty-five cents, and a be se-
cured at the Union or from the follow-
ing men; Frank Murphy, Francis Ri-
ordan~, Rudolph Van Dyke, and Richard
Simmons. ;

ompense, but th
yet beenr detern

)pie Read has
he leading Chi-
so been the au-
short stories in
the counitry. The,
re wi be fifty

a number of

BAKET HALL IS ]DECLARE~D TO
TO E A SOCIAL FIJNVTION.De
BOULDER, COIF., Nov. 1.Dca-
ing that basketball games violat(ed th~e ,
rules prohibiting social functions on
"school~tnights, the faculty social func--a
.tion calendar committee has forbidden ;i
the completion of the the sorority live
chamjpionship series, which had been ro
planned for Wvednesday nights.Al

Arl

TALuK fN1

by

,e New Homes;
Women's Will :attend Irrigal
s. Professor Clarence
Mr. Horace W. ing b
ILL., Nov. 13 as delegates to repres
i00 comm~erce; ty at the 19th~ Irriga
women's build- be field at Chicago, DU
nts of the Uni-i is a member of the
he enmd of.the ; was* a classmate of PI
for $125,000 is at present irrigat'
h of the build- the Arnold Co., of Chi
:o be used in I

is tne h
country

Time ofj "Murderers of
to one year are required to1
Swithin two make-up courseo
the University of

the
take
at t]
Min

home in De:.roit
King's English"'I pectation of nei:
:e a, three-hour pendicitis at H
the Y. M. C. A. at I 'ouible is of oil
Lnesota. best of success
-- -- eration, it is ai

sed armnory and
are still in the
cts and bids on
be asked for in.

Thirty New Books Received.
The library of the engineerin~g de-
partment has received some thirty odd
new books on different scientific sub-
jects this past month.

less

be' be

neruI i_______________
Mike *Murphy, theveeran trainer of. Esthetic dancing is planned for men
athletics at the University of Pennsyl- j at Syracuse.
vania, denied a print~ed report that he ______
is about to sever his connection with A junior woman has just been ap-
Penn as a result of a. difference of pitdascaenw dtro h
opinon oncenin thetraningandstaff of the University of Washington'
coaching of the ,football squad. He Daily,
said: "I have, a seven year contract.
with Penn and could not quit if I 'want-
edme to do so. The story that friction Women students at Wisconsin are
exists betwee'n me and the football ; required to leave all parties at 12
coaches is absolutely untrue." o'clock and be home within half an

be able to return to school until af
_the Christmas holidays.
Cold Weather iPrei-ents Tr~yout.
The tryout for the Cross Coun
team, scheduled °.o be held yester
xafternoon, was postponed on accoi
of the cold. The new date for the t
out has not been set definitely, but
club will wait for more favora
weather conditions
Sociology Club Elects Officers.
Twenty members or the Sociol(
club met informally in the semin;
vroom of the economics building1
night. The election of officers resu:
as follows: president. H. G. Derthi,
YVice-president, L. D. Stern; secret,,
Miss Stone; theasurer, Miss Thom
ma; reporter, Warren Crane. Mm. I
thick gave a talk on life in the mo
rtains of Kentucky and TenneE
where he lived for several years,

e, A. C. Wil-
r; Assistant
Steward, D.,

A settlement dance, the proceeds of

the Self Government Association.

ottery has placed a
re a fine collectiol
aicl will b~e on sal
educed prices.

'4:.

itwhiclh are to go to the University Set- -
,n The Pennsylvanian musical
e tlement, lis being planned at the Uni- itinerary this year will cover
versitly of Chicago. -. 2,000 miles.

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