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November 14, 1913 - Image 4

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. THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-Prof, W. J. Hussey of the astronomy
department, is now studying the south-
ern heavens at the La Platte Universi-
ty in South America. He will not re-t
turn for work in the second semester.
--After the mass meeting tonight, Un-i
ion members are urged to attend the1
regular Friday night lounger at the
clubhouse. The committee is making
special arrangements to take care of,
a large crowd. Various card games
will be played, informal discussion
will be held and lunches will be serv-
ed in the dining room at regular ham-
burger rates.;
--Arrangements are being made ' to
handle a large crowd at the Michigan
Union during the week end. Many
visitors will probably arrive today, so
that an open house will be featured,
lasting right through until Sunday.
Alumni and other visitors are urged
to make the Union their headquarters.
Meals will be served in the large room
-s well as in the regular dining room.
A committee has been appointed to
decorate the building, Saturday morn-
ng, in the Pennsy and Michigan col-
rs.
--Prof. Aubrey Tealdi. junior profes-
sor of landscape design, will lecture
on the proposed plans for improving
Palmer field, in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall at 4:00 o'clock today. The lecture
will be illustrated with stereoptican
views.
-"Recent Developments' of Electrical
Engineering" was the subject of an in-
teresting address given by Prof. 11. H.
Higbie, last night in room 348 of the
engineering building. This address
was given under the auspices of the
American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers.
-Records of student scholastic stand-
ings will be sent to the parents of
every lit student at the close of each
semester. This innovation is the re-
sult of many complaints of parents
who say that they have no way of as-
certaining the actual scholastic stand-
ing of their sons and daughters.
-Dean Shailer Mathews, of the Uni-
versity of Chicago divinity school, will
talk on "Militant Idealism,"Sunday ev-
ening, in the Methodist church. This
is the second of the Wesleyan Guild
lectures.
Regent J. E. Beal and Prof. Filibert
Roth will leave tomorrow to represent
the university at the National Conser-
vation congress to be held in Washing-
ton, November 18, 19 and 20. The
questions of forests and waterways
will be the principal topics to be dis-
cussed at the conservation congress
this year. Professor Roth will prob-

-Paul Weinlander, '14E, suffered
from loss of blood Wednesday night,
caused by the removal of one of his
wisdom teeth that afternoon: Dr. W.
0. Pickard of the Homeopathic hos-
pital, checked the hemorrhage, which
lasted six hours.
-X_
--Direct communication to all the
leading newspapers of the east and
west, giving results of Penn-Michigan
game, will be furnished by the West-
ern Union and Postal Telegraph com-
panies. At least 30 operators will be
stationed at Ferry field, forwarding
the game, play by play.
-X-
-Totem, an organization of Detroit
Eastern high school, elected ten new
members at its meeting in University
Hall last evening. Arrangements
were made for a dinner to be held at
the Michigan Union some time next
%veek, and it was decided to hold an
informal dance some time before the
Christmas holidays.
-Vulcans held their fall initiation
dinner at the Union last night. Speech-
es were made by some of the old men.
The following were the initiates: J. C.
Bogue, W. H. Schomburg, L. J. Keli-
her, 11. L. Mueller, A. Eckert, F. Can
de Laare, H. W. Lichtner, A. Roth, W.
D. Baker, C. W. Howell, D. Dudley,
E. L. Bentley.
-A. H. Goldman, '16L, has been called
to his home in Cleveland, O., by the
death of his sister.
-More -than 100 senior lits attended
the "Cafeteria Hop" held at noon yes-
terday in the parlors of Barbour gym.
After a serve self luncheon, dancing
continued until 2:30 o'clock.
SENIOR LAWS HEAR TALKS
ON "PROBLEMS" LAST NIGHT
"Problems of the Young Lawyer,"
was the subject of the address, given
by Prof. Robert E. Bunker, at the sen-
ior law smoker last night. He outlin-
ed some of the questions which prove
vexatious to the beginner in practice.
Prof. John R. Rood spoke on, "The
High Cost of Justice," and pointed out
the enormous expense occasioned by
our present judicial system.
Robert J. Curry, as president of the
class, announced his policy and the
social committee plans.
FORMER "DAILY" )IAN STOPS
OVER FOR PENNSY BATTLE

ably speak upon the local phase
forestry work.

of

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FRIDAY Nov. 13-14
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PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra -
Balance f
4 Rows Balcony -
Next°4 Rows Balcony -
Balance

$1.50
1.00
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Emma Trentini
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COCHRAN WILL PL AY IN PLACE
OF TRAPHA(: C:N.
(Continued from page 1.)
ran was in the line first for AlImen-
dinger and then fo: ,ontias.
Tfhree more alumni coaches, Harry
Hammond, Walter Carter and "Bot-
tles" Thomson, joined the staff of
alumni coaches yesterday afternoon.
RESTRICT SALE OF TICKETS TO.
UNION SMOKER.
(Continued from page 1.)
will be made in Barbour gym. The
doors of Barbour gym will be open
early in the evening, but Waterman
gym will not be open until 7:30
o'clock, the program beginning at 8:00
o'clock.

ONE NIGHT ONLY
Tuesday
The One Big Record Breaking
Success
Al. Rich Comedians
And Entire Metropolitan Prouction In
George Barr MCultcheon's
Famous Story
Brewster's
Millions
Dramatized by Winch Smith and Byron
Ongley, with the
Most Thrilling Yacht Scene
Ever Staged
Absoluely Continuous Laughler
Praised by Fvery Dramatic Critic in
the Country.
PRICES
Four Rows Orchestra............$1.50
Next Nine Rows Orchestra.......... x.oo
Balance of Orchedra...........5
First Four Rows Balcony..75
Balance of Balcony..........50'

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Don't shiver and snuffle

Harold Titus, '11, who was news ed-
itor of The Michigan Daily during the
year 1910-11, and was elected man-
aging editor for the following year.
but forced to resign on account of ill
health, is stopping over in Ann Arbor
for the Penn game. Titus is on his
way to New York.
Since leaving college, Titus has been
writing short stories. Several of his
contributions have recently appeared
in Collier's Weekly and The American
Boy.
Enrollment Shatters Former Record.
With the enrollment of more than
1,000, the freshman gym classes sur-
pass by125 members the largest class
on record. An extra class has been
organized to meet every Tuesday and
Trhursday. at 3:15 o'clock.
The supply of lockers has practi-
cally given out. Upperclassmen will
not be allowed to engage the few that
are left, as they are being saved for
fthose taking compulsory work. Two

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taught atthe
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every Monday and Friday, 7 P. M. Private lessons by appointment.
Roduosd rates on Hall Rentals. Phone 1850-4 570-L

Will Journey in Foreign Countries, has been connected with the state de-
H. R. Hewitt, '14, and G. S. Lasher, partment of public instruction at Lan-
'11, will sail tomorrow from New sing will make a study of educational
York for a trip abroad, visiting Egypt, conditions and problems in the foreign
the Holy L'ands, Turkey and most of countries.
the European countries. Lasher, who .

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Methodist Church, Sunday,

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