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OFFER PRIZES IN
POSTER CONTEST,
Three prizes have been offered by,
the management of the Comedy club
for the three best posters portraying
scenes from Percy Mackaye's "Scare-
crow," which will be produced by the
club this year. The choice of the win-
ning posters will be left to a com-
mittee composed of the manager of
the club, the assistant manager and
the advertising manager.
All designs must be in the hands of
the committee by 6:00 o'clock of the
night of December 12, and prize win-
ners will be announced the following
week. The first prize- is to be $5.00,
the second, four seats at the perform-
ance, and the third, two seats. The
coloring and technique of the posters
will be left entirely to the discretion
of the individual contestants; bpt they
must be in some manner symbolical of
the play.
Drawings may be left at the offices
of The Michigan Daily, at any time
before December 12. Further infor-
mation concerning the contest may
be obtained from R. H. Neilson.
the December extension lecture course
at Hillsdale Tuesday. His subject is.
"The Humanism of Wordsworth."
MICHIGAN TO TRY FOR 1914
COSMOPOLITAN CONVENTION
Delegates to Be Sent From Local Club
to National Meet at Iowa
December 26.
Delegates, to be sent by the Michi-
gan Cosmopolitan club to the national
convention of the Associated Cosmo-
politan club in America, will be in-
structed to bring the next annual con-
vention to Ann Arbor. This -year's
convention will be held in Iowa City
from December 26 to 29. Two dele-
gates will be recommended to the
club at its business meeting for rati-
fication. They are John A. Bonilla,
15M, and Fred B. Foulk, '13-'15L.
The Michigan delegation will pre-
sent plans formulated for the "Cosmo-
politan Student," the official organ
of the national organization, to the
convention. If they are accepted, the
magazine will make its initial appear-
ance in Ann Arbor in January.
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
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MICHIGAN MEN IN
LISTS FOR PRIZES
The Hart Schaffner & Marx clothing
company of New York city has again
announced that it will award prizes
amounting to $2,000.00 to the winners
of the Hart Schaffner & Marx essay
contests for 1914. The first Michigan
man to have ever won the distinction
of winning the highest honors is Har-
low S. Person, '99, now professor of
economics at Dartmouth university.
The competition for the prizes is
divided into two classes, graduates
and undergraduates. The winners of
first and second prize in the graduate
division will receive $1,000.00 and
$500.00 respectively for the best es-
says submitted on any public or eco-
nomic question before June 1, 1914.
Winners of the first and second hon-
ors in the undegraduate section of
the competition will receive $300 and
$200 respectively for subjects of sim-
ilar character to those already men-
tioned.
The contests, which are held annu-
ally through the generosity of Hart
Schaffner & Marx, require a period of
a year in preparation, and students
from any college or university in the
United States and Canada are eligible
for honors.
Only three essays have been submit-
ted thus far to Professor H. M. Ham-
ilton, of the economics department,
who is a member of the committee
making the awards in the contest.
Thomas E. Hough, '15, has prepared
a paper on, "Conditions preceding the
Crisis of 1907." Myron W. Watkins,
'14, has chosen "Control of Trusts,"
for his theme, while H. R. Marsh, '15,
has written on "Immigration."
CHICAGO RANK PRESIDENT
ESTABLISHES ESSAY PRIZE
Annual Award of $500 to Be Made for
Best Article on Political
Science.
In order to promote good citizen-
ship, advance a wider respect for law,
order and constitution, and to encour-
age a more extensive and thorough
study of all questions relating to the
public morals, federal and state ad-
ministration, municipal government
and party politics, Mr. N. W. Harris.
president of the Harris Trust and
Savings Bank of Chicago, has estab-
lished annual prizes amounting to $500
and called the Norman Wait Harris
Prizes, to be given the authors of the
best essays in any department of po-
litical science.
For the year 1913-1914, the compe-
tition will be confined to undergrad-
uates of all the universities and col-
leges in the states of Indiana, Illinois,
Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and
Iowa. First prize is $250, second
prize $150 and third prize $100.
Full information with reference to
the subjects to be selected and the
rules regulating them will be given
out by Professor S. Reeves of the po-
litical department.
FACULTY MEN NAMED ON CIVIC
ASSOCIATION COMMITTEES.

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-Because of a misunderstanding in
regard to the notice of the meeting,
the Jeffersonian society did not hold
its annual nomination of officers last
evening as expected. The nomina-
tions will take place at the society's
next regular meeting, Friday, Decem-
her 5.
-The law faculty has received a com-
munication from a firm of lawyers in
North Dakota, asking that it be made
known to the law students that there
is a big opening in North Dakota.
--Dr. A. 11. Lloyd, professor of phil-
osophy, will leave the city Sunday af-
ternoon to attend the funeral of his
mother-in-law in Fitchburg, Mass. lie
expects to return to Ann Arbor on
Wednesday.
-Mr. F. W. i'a wlowsky, instructor in
the engineering department, talked to
the class in aeronautics on the fun-
damentals of Aerodynamics yesterday
afternoon. F. L. Loudy, president of.
the Aero club, is planning to have lec-
tures given by men who are authority
on the subject later in the year.
-William W. Welsh, '12, former pres-
ident of the Cosmopolitan club, will
give a lecture before the Grand Rap-
ids Congregational church today. His
subject will be "The Cosmopolitan
Movement." Welsh is one of the six
student lecturers, furnished by the
Cosmopolitan club to the University
extension department.
-Cards announcing the smoker for
Pennsylvania men at the Union to-
morrow night at 7:30 o'clock, have
been sent to all students from Penn-
sylvania. Plans for obtaining a spe-
cial train for the holidays will be dis-
cussed.
-President Harry B. Hutchins speaks
to the cadets at the Culver Military .
Academy, Culver, Indiana, today. .He
will remain at the school until Tues-
day.
-Word has been received from the
Rhodes Scholarship committee, set-
ting December 27 as the date upon
which the Rhodes scholar for the com-
ing year will be chosen. The commit-'
tee meets at the university.
-Professor S. F. Gingerich will open;

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Albert A. Stanley, Director
tlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music v hich offers courses in all branchee
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, c
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduatic
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, pl
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives f
ation. CHARLIES A. SINK, S

'he first of a series of three lunch-
s to be given by the women of the
.ior lit class is scheduled for De-
nber 6 at 12:00 o'clock at the Un-
'refessor U. B. Phillips, of the lit-
ry department, will speak on "The
ucational Adjustment of the Negro'
the educational club meeting Tues-
night at 7:00 o'clock, room 105,
ppan hall.
[embers of the Sphinx, J lit honor-
society, will give a dance Friday,
ember 18, at the Union. Prof. and
s. J. C. Hildner and Prof. and Mrs.
P. Wagner will chaperone the par-

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kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGN ER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

Professor W. G. Stoner of the law de-
partment are members, have been ap-
pointed by the Ann Arbor civic asso-
ciation, to report on the various phas-
es of the commission form of govern-
ment, which is being considered here.
UNION COM1ITTEE CHOSEN;
DINNER TICKETS SELL FAST
Finance Committee Is Reorganized;
All Departments Receive Full
Representation..
Tickets for the cabaret chicken din-
ner to be held at the Michigan Union
at 6:00 o'clock Wednesday, have been
nearly half sold. The number for this
membership dinner is limited to 200,
and the committee expects to dispose
of the entire issue before Wednesday.
Six lively cabaret numbers have
been planned, the principal one of
which is the skit, "Just Over," to bc
given by the Mimes. There will be no
toastmaster, his place being filled by
an interlocutor. Many of the acts will
not be performed on the stage, but
about the tables, in the manner of real
cabaret.
The finance committee has been're-
organized under the general chair-
manship of Edward Haislip, '14L. Fol-
lowing is the committee: lit depart-
ment, P. D. Koontz, sub-chairman,

Leonard Rieser, Arthur Deniso
id Ballentine and S. M. Abrams
neering department, R. H. Brau
chairman, W. Cook, A. T. R
John Finkenstaedt, and D. J.
law department, Harold Sch
sub-chairman, John Ober, P:I
ett, and John Leonard; medic
partment, Maurice Lohman, sul
man, B. S. Gutelius, W. H. Gor
E. Brownell and Donald Merril
tal department, 0. 0. Leininge
chairman, R. E. Lambert, L. A.
and Alfred Louther; homeopat
partment, Floyd Town, sub-chi
Philip Haynes and H. J. Strath
The attendance at the n
membership functions has not b
to the desired standard, and by
organization of the committee i
lieved the campus will be mor
oughly covered.
STAFF AND "CUBS" OF THE
DAILY TO DINE AT 1
Members of the editorial anm
ness staffs of The Michigan Da
gether with the tryouts, will
next Tuesday evening at the Un
the first dinner of the year. f
faculty members and men com:
the board in control of studen
lications will also be invited.
al toasts are on the program.

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Three committees, of which Profes-
sors R. T. Crane and J. S. Reeves of
the political science department and

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Notice to fraternities and sororities.
We have a very fine line of Xmas decorations and trimmings for your A
mas trees-also favors and special Xmas candies.
THE DELTA, Cor. State and Packard.

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