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CfIGAN DAILY

LAW FACULTY LESSEES WORK
OF SENIORS ON LAW ]REVIEW,

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At the debate tonight between the
Jeffersonian and Adelphi societies,
three men are to be picked for one of
the two varsity teams. One of these
teams will meet Chicago,, the other,
picked from the men contesting at the
Alpha Nu-Webster debate Monday will
meet Northwestern.
BOOK IfEALIM4 WITIL LOCAL
FACULTY LIFE IS PRlNTED.
A book dwelling upon the home life
of the faculty of the university has
just been published and is entitled
"The Marriage Portion." Mrs. H. A.
,Mitchell Keays; a former resident of
. Ann Arbor, is the author. The book
a was written just before her death last
April and deals with the homes that
were familiar to her.
The scene is laid in "New Town Col-
lege" and many local characters canj
be easily discerned in it. President
Emeritus Angell appears in the story
as Dr. Adams and is the only character
presented in a favorable light.
Mrs. Keays some time ago wrote"Thfe
Road to Damascus" portraying the life
of Michigan women which caused con-
siderable discussion.
TOLEDO ALUMNAE MAY RRINx
UP WOMEN'S HALLS QUESTION
The Collegiate Alumnae association
of Toledo has invited Dean Jordan to
attend a meeting in that city today. Al-
though no formal speeches have been
scheduled, the fact that many Michigan
alumnae are members of the associa-
tion, makes it highly probable that the
proposed residence halls for university
women will be discussed.
Dean Smith to Start Polyclinics.
Starting this morning, a series of
polyclinics will be held at the l-{omeo-
pathic hospital for the instruction of
post graduates. These clinics will be
in charge of Dr. Dean T. Smith. The
first operations will be conducted by
him, but later in the year the graduate
students will aid in the work.1

In response to a petition from the
men on the Michigan Law Review, the
faculty of the law department recent-
ly passed a. resolution excusing these
men from half of the remaining work
in the Trial Practice for the year. Up
to this year, the Law Review men have
been excused from writing the gradu-
ating thesis, but as a thesis is no
longer required from the seniors, this
resolution was adopted by the faculty
to give the seniors credit for their ex-
tra work on the Law Review.
Irrigation Congress Delegates Chosen,
Professor Clarence Johnson, of the
civil engineering department, has been
named to represent the university as
a delegate at the nineteenth irrigation
congress in Chicago, December 3 to
9, esentreprto ordgYffioed..wotrr
9. Another delegate who will repre-
sent the university will be Horace W.
King, a nephew of Prof. Johnston, of
the Arnold Co., of Chicago.
Student Kentickians Organized Club..
Thirty students from Kentucky or-
ganized a Kentucky club at a meeting
held for thaf purpose at the Union last.
evening. W. B.. Long acted as chair-
man and L. K. Wood was appointed
head of a committee to draft a consti-
tution. The club plans to give an in-
formal dinner on Thanksgiving day.
Miss Iatterson Makes Debut.
Prof. and Mrs. Patterson entertained
at the coming out of their daughter
Miss Gertrude Patterson, at Granger's
last night.
Senior Lits to Get Reports from Game,
Detailed account;, of the Michigan-
Nebraska game will be a feature of
the senior lit dance at Barbour gym
this afternoon. Doctor and Mrs. Arthur
G. H-all will chaperone.
Prof. Adans Returns from Lansing,
Professor Henry C. Adams returned
yesterday from Lansing where he
spent. the last few days in connection
with his duties on the Corporation Tax
Commission.

Tuesday,

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Local Medical Club Held Meeting.
The Ann Arbor Medieal Club, which
is composed chiefly of members of the
university faculty, met Wednesday ev-
ening at the Phi Beta Pi fraternity
house. Dr. F. G. Novy, Dr. V. C.j
Vaughan, and Dr. C. G. Darling, all of
the medical department, spoke at the
meeting.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Meeting of all'those interested in ri-
fle shotting at one o'clock in the east
Physics lecture room. Everybody urg-
ed to be present.
Alpha Nu will hold a regular meet-
ing tonight at 7 : O.

Talk about
the day's
events

Two

Prof. Bursley to Return Tonight.
-Professor J. A. Bursley, of the engi-
neering department, will return to-
IGAlS night from a business trip in Port
1 P Wayne, Ind., his former home. Prof.
Bursley left Thursday afternoon.
ve you Richi Compiles G od Roads Table.
Prof. E.D. Rich, of the civil en-ineer-

Brings the Mich
door for the rest

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tioti.

ing department, is preparing a table
ASS PIPES indicating the appropriations made b3
each state in the Union, for state
O L V rOads. The salaries of the engineerz
in charge of the road organizations o;
nnArbo, Mich, each state in the Union for state
Fresh its Will Make Social Debut
ulfions, ingrowing a nta
wi dgr and rd As an initial social function for the
og abmoiuely an- year, the fresh lits will hold a smokei
Lm. 1-5 and -8 pn' Monday evening at the Union. Ticket.
NOrth 12th are on sale by the members of the clas-
o - Phone 989-J at 35 cents.

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