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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9,1912.

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DATE FOR
DEB ATE TRYOUJTS

Alpha Nu held a business meeting Sat
rday night at which numbers were
rawen for the initiates' debate with
.delphi and the date for the tryout
t as January 20. It was also dtecid-
d to hold an initiation at 6:30 next
aturday, January 13, followed by a
aort program and the nomination of
fflcers for the next semester, the elec-
on to occur the following Saturday.
committee was appointed to arrange
r the annual banquet to be held ear-
in March.

LARG4ELY ATTENDEI) COURSES1
Registrar A. 0. Hall, who was given
;harge of the examination schedule o1
;he literary dep:ar~lTment, has placed the,
mnatter in the hans of the eInei
lepartment and a. joint department .I
s hedule will be arran,,ed. The COMmI~t-
tee expects to have the schedule ready
in a weed or so. . Regis trar Hall's only1
stipulation in a,;reeing to the abo, e
arrangement wvas that it be so worked
out that the examinations of a few o!
,he lamgely attended courses be heir
The first week.

iL3LNLS 'i'ALKS

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As tene rs

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t ils countrx-,
glebeforc"the
),aand the M4
l ..ler-o'_e iate
1 :h;, cn The W"
_,in, statistics
liine'-tenths of tl$
ry _et less than
lcl that the nainn
: r the bare ned(
In, Bohn sproke
-i ustrlal cond
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c ,t in m:odern

WSISTRATE"
S NEW DATE
With hoIral Unix fn
rMake~s Advisable
Posipon( meni
'OR NEW YORK WFIRE,

N WWSTARTS TOMI RROW,
Inter-K' pa- tm ~nt Hockov h
dule At nowic :, i 2
d.mes Arranged
d'VEN IMN G_._ES .'RE FEAT'URED
Tw enty games ' between the''lo
.mnle .,.,homeoys, lits, and a tear.
from either the dent, medic, or phar-'

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Manager Cohen of the Comedy Club
yesterday cancelled the booking of the,
first performance of "The Magistrate,"
which was to have been given on Mon-
day evening, January 22. Negotiation~
were at once started with the New
York office of Klaw and Erlanger, who
control the Whitney theater, to secure
another date but up to last nigh:
nothing definite had been heard.
This step was taken when it was die-~
;overed that the Comedy Club per-
formance conflicted with a number on
the Choral Union series. The manage-.
ment feared that this might prevent
many patrons from attending the play
or the concert and so decided to cance l
the date. At 'present, the prospecti'v
bookings are for Tuesday, January 23
or the Friday and Saturday preceeding
Hiowever, the whole matter will have
to wait upon a wire from the New
York headquarters which is expected
at any moment.
This slight 'disarrangement of th(
plans has not interfered in any wa3
with the rehearsals of the production
Realizing that~ they may not h~ave as
much time in which to prepare for the
first performance, the cast has en-
tered into the work with an ardor that
is prophetic of success.
"We could put on a show in three
days," said Manager Cohen last night.
"The way the play is progressing we
shall have more than ample time toIl
put on a first class production, no mat-
ter when the date is fixed."

t he largest
~'orld, the
.ic W" His
niectedw4

'nic department, or a combined team
from all three, will makte up the inter-
lepartment hockey schedule. The first P1
;ame will be played Wednesday night
at Weinberg's rink,'--letween sthe hoin-.
or s and engineers and, since both For ti.
,eamns have been ufidergoin-g hard ┬░Ir sex
ractie~a fast game is expected The files firs
rink at Ferry field is in good conditionw'oph lit
aznd is being used to good' ad, aftag e c ar, wi
,y the different teams. ' rl'ile4
The schedule follow s: the seco

.

{omecops
night.
Homneops
night
Tomeops
night.
Hlomeops5
night.
lHomeops
HomeopsS

vs Efiineers-January
vs Eilgineers-January
vs Combined team--Jan.
vs Combined teuam-Jan.
vs Lit-Jan. 12, night.
vs Lit-Jan. 20, nigoht.

18,
111

fAnn
HI. d.

ion of
ver~an
rat ii
SOLD.

P'omeops vs Law-Jan. 13, night
lomeop s vs Law-Jan. 22, night. -
engineers Vs Gorhbin, d team--Jan. 15
night.
7 ngineers vs Combined team-Jan. 23
night
7n~ineers vs Lit-Jan. 16, 'night'
Engjneers vs Lit-Jan. 24, night.
En ineers vs Law-Jan. 17, night.
Engineers vs L aw - Jan . 25 , night. ob n t o e m v i - a .1 f
onmbination team vs Lit-Jan. 22, af-
ternoon.
.Combitiatlo team vs L-Jan. 2, afe-
tnoon.
Combined team vs Law-Jan. 19, afe-
ternoeon.
its s Law-Jan. 20, afternoon.
LUts vs Law-Jan. 24, afternoon.
RIXI1ENTf PRELATES WILL
ATTEND GUILD BAN QUET.

The s
Aine in
.4gAca(
' rom
it 315 c4

:. IlO

An Arbor
goif Clubs
ie decision,
er organi-
-operty for
ons~ for a
r club arej

nty Club's
)silanti.

LET'S HOPE THAT THESEI
CHILLY BLASTS MODEiRATE1
White summer dresses and white
flannel trousers will feature the "sum-
mer party" to be given by- the- J-lits
ini Barbouir gym next Saturday after
noon from two to five-thirty.~ The com-
'mittee promises many feature dances.
Ike Fischer and his orchestra will play
in their shirt sleeves, and there will be
.refreshments of the true hot-day na-
ture. Dr. 'and Mrs. Jackson and Prof
and Mrs. Wagner will chaperone the
party. Tickets are twenty-five cents
and may be obtained from any mem-
bers. of the social committtee , who re-
quest that every J-lit, girl or boy,
:come to the party unaccompanied.
,P~ROF. SADLER INTESTIGATES.
PADDLE WHEEL EFFICIENCY

INAL FEMININE.J

iiseems to be :the hief'sub-
discussion for the -ext meeting
fffersonian society, to be herd'
x evening, January 13. Tlie'
.of woman suffrage" wily be d
E. N. Dodds and R. J. Moffet !
pport the proposition, while L.
ey and 0. B. Goldman will ar-j
Lnst such a step. Other num-
the program will be The Atti-
the Law toward Women., H. $..
.;Women as Officeholders, C.A..
r; and Woman's Economic Po-
ricer to~ Speak at Newberry Bal
M4arjorie Melchor of New 'York~
ress the meeting at Newberry
s afternoon at five o'clock on
Leach~ing Concerning Prayer.
At Journalist Spewks'Today.'
cG. Kane, of the 'Detroit News
ak before Prof. Scott's news-
lass this morning~ at 9 o'clock.

Prof. H. C. Sadler has started work}
on the investigation of the efficiency
of different types of paddle wheels,
particularly in connection with river
work. The investigation is being made
at the request of United. States engi-
neers, who are studying the question
of ,thie development of the Missi'ssippi
river. The effect of paddle wheels on
themanoevering abilities of .different
types of river wheels will be noted and
tests on~ the, radial and feathering types
of paddle wheels made.
The apparatus necessary to conduct
the tests was designed by Prof. Sadler
and is being built partly in the naval
shop and partly in the engineering
shops.

Bishop Charles P. Williams, of Mdich-
i an, Bishop John Newton McCormick
tf Western' Michigan, and Professorj
eorge W. Patterson, will be the
-pekers at a banquet for university
people a iliated with the Episcopal
!hurch, to be held in Harris Hall, Sat-
urday, January 20 at 6:30 p. in., under
the auspices of Hobart Guild.
Besides Bishop Williams and Bishop'
McCormick, Bishop William A. Leon-
,a-rd, of Ohio, and Dr. James B. Angell
have been in- ited to attend the banquet
as guests of honor. Prof. Charles SE
Denison will preside as chairman.
Tickets will be fifty cents a plate
and may be obtained of members of
the banquet committee.
Finds Addition to Track Team.
Another find has bheen unearthed for
the Mi('higan track team in the person
of Herbert F. Larsen, '13 E, of Cry s
tal Falls--a br'oad jumper. -Larsen at~
tended Armour Tech at Chicago and
entered Michigan in the middle of lasi
year. Heo;wilbe ;lizible for the' teamr
next semester and will prove' a valu-
able_ man. Larsen has jumped 23 fee,
in track' meets and has done 22 feet ir
practice while at Michigan.

13d'ard Orton, Jr., dean of the dc
artmnent of engin~eering oft~ 0. S. U
will speak before the Engineering Sc
2iety this evening on "Ceramics."
Clay products, from insulators t
fire-proofing tile, are. becoming- c
treater important - to engineers ever
year, and general ignorance concerI,
is, clay beds may be leaving1 undiscox
I" Ired valuable deposits. Dean Ortc
lhas given a great deal of study to theE
ubjects enabling him to speak wit'
.uthority. The lecture will be open t
hke public and will be held in the We.
r-hysics lecture room at 8 o'clock.
X{ANZEWS RETURN BRINGS- -
HiOP -RRANGEMENTS TO llEA'-
With the return of Earnest Kanzle'
;eneral chairnan of the 1913 junic.
hop committee, after a 36 hour dela
aeon the glee club trip,-arrangemen f
for the annual promenade will oc~cuF
1.he attention of the committee for tb
1 dxt three weeks. A me et'i- of' tU
:nairmen of the various. committe(
will be held at the Chi P'si fraternit:
hquse at 4:45 'this afternoon.: At 'dhii
time the progress of-4he work durn
the vacation will be discussed and tb
f'ontracts that are ready to be accept
ed will be given final consideration.
Board ill .Meet to, YHL Vacancy,
A 'meeting of the Board in Control c
3tisdent Publications- will 'be held thi
after'noon in west hall to elect'a?mem-
-)er; to fill the vacancy caused by th
Failure of Robert Tipping. to returni t
epliege. It' is probable that a fina;
date 'will be~ set for 'the acceptance c
seior pictures for the Michiganensiap
afte~r which no photographs will b_

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