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COUNCIL RECEIVES
NO ELECTION PLANS
No plans for the election of student
council members have been submitted
to Secretary T. F. McCoy as yet. It is
known, however, that several pros-
pective systems are in the process of
formation, and it is expected that the
council wil have a wealth of ideas,
from which it will make its final de-
cision. All who have a method of
election, which in their opinion will
remedy some of the defects of the
present system, are urged to send
them to the secretary of the council.
(i'A.PITS IN BRIEF.
-Tickets for the membership dance
at the Union on Saturday night may
be obtained at the desk today. About
25 had been disposed of last night.
-Tue various debating societies will
debate on the following subjects in
their regular meetings at 7:00 o'clock
this evening: Adephi: Resolved
"That the methods of disfranchisim
negroes in Southern States are justi-
fiable"; Alpha Nu: Resolved, "That
the jury system should be abolished";
Jeffersonian: Resolved, "That the leg-
islature of the state of Michigai:
should authorize and permit the sen-
iors of the law department to give le-
gal advice and represent the inhabi-
tants of Washtenaw and adjoining
counties. Dean i3. M. Bates of the
law department will speak at the Web-
ster gathering. Music will be furnish-
ed by a quartet. Important business
meetings will be held following the
program.
-All copy for the Food Number of
the Gargoyle has now been received,
but no details of the coming issue
have been given out, as the process of
selection and arrangement is not yet
complete.
-Compilation of the number of sit-
tings, which have been made at the
various photographers, who have con-
tracted for the taking of Michiganen-
sian pictures, show's that about 60
seniors have thus far had photograph
taken for the 1914 year book.
--Theodore {S. Koch, university li-
brarian, returned yesterday from De-
troit, where he delivered an address
at the Detroit Public library. Mr.
Kochw ill deliver an address in the
Detroit Museum of Art on "The Arts
of Illustrating" next Sunday after-
noon.
-lhe 1 non conimittee appointed to
assist the Cosmopolitan club program
January 9, will meet at the Union this
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. The com-
mittee is: Harry G. Gault, chairman,
W. A. P. John, '16, Forrest G. Pred-
rnoe, '16, Ralph H. Rice, '15, Harold
E. Waldron, '15E, Sidney T. Steen,
'16E, and George S. Johnston, '15.
-Griffins, the all-campus honorary
society, will give a dance this evening
at Granger's.The dancetknown as
"The Fall Deism," will begin at 8:30
o'clock.
-Fresh its will hold their first smok-
er of the year next Monday night at
7:30 o'clock at the Union. Dean J.

oarr-aek Theatre
DETROIT, MICHIGAN CHAUNCEY
'Peg O'MylHeart
WITH
L~Aluret WTeky1
All Next Week

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Press Your Clothes

Robert Effinger, Junior Professor Wil-
liam D. Henderson, Mr. Lyman L.
Bryson and Dr. G. A. May are on the
list of speakers, and all members of
the faculty of the literary department
are invited to attend.
-Rehearsals for the Comedy chub
play "Scarecrow" will be held from
now on with the full stage properties,
which will be used in the regular pro-
duction. For the first week or so, the
property manager, Spencer Scott, will
be forced to use makeshifts, for not
until that time will new scenes be
ready fbr use. Costumes will be ready
to be tried on in about a week's time,
when they will be returned with an
expert fitter, who wvil make the nec-
essary alterations.
--Profs. Benjninin F.Railey, and Hen ry
H. Higbie, of the electrical engineer-
ing department, and A. D. Baker, '14E,
spoke at the smoker held by the sen-
ior and junior electrical engineers in
the engineering building last night.
Cider and doughnuts were served.
-Kentucky club will hold a meeting
at 8:00 o'clock this evening at the
Union to perfect plans for the Ken-
tucky special, which will carry the
men home for the holidays.
--Wilbur 1. Robinson, assistant in the
geological museum, spoke on "Lime-
stone Mountains," before the Geolog-
ical society in Russell hall last night.
-Junior engineers will hold a special
meeting at 11:00 o'clock this morn-
ing in room 348 new engineering
building, for the purpose of electing a
committeeman to the student council
committee, wlich is carrying on nego-
tiations for the reinstatement of the
.J Hop at Michigan.
--The second of the series of Fische'
parties will be held at the Union to-
night. Tickets for the dance may be
obtained by calling 319 or 216. The
party will be informal.
--on rary to the announcement in
the engineering catalogue, course 29
in mechanical engineering will be re-
peated the second semester. This is
the general automobile course cover-
ing modern construction and opera-
tion.
--The Canadian club held its first ban.
quet of the year at the Union last ev-
ening. Prof. W. G. Smeaton, of the
chemistry department, and Dr. H. H.
Cummings, of the medical department,
were present and addressed the meet-
ing. An innovation in entertainmenti
was introduced by readings from fam-
ous Canadian humorists and poets. N.
H. Goldstick, '14L, acted as toastmas-
ter.
-Junior dents will dance at the Pack-
ard academy this evening. Dr. E. L.
Whitman and Mrs. Whitman, and Dr.
R. B. Howell and Mrs. Howell will
chaperone the party.
DETROIT SIAN TO SPEAK AT
C03MMERCE SMOKER TUESI)AY
The Commerce club will hold its
'last smoker before the holidays at the
Union next Tuesday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Mr. Frederick Stevens;of
Detroit, will address the club on "Per-
sonality in Business."
The organization will give an in-
formal dance at Granger's at 8:15
o'clock on December 11. Prof. David
Friday and Mrs. Friday and Mir. R.
Mothersil and Mrs. Mothersill will
chaperone the party.
Soph Lit Hold "Pirate Dance"
The "Pirate Dance" given by the
soph lits at the Union last night was
attended by over 50 couples. Prof.
M. C. Wier, of the rhetoricsdepart-
ment, and Mrs. Wier, acted as chap-
erones.
The social programn of the year has

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been announced, and will include, two
women's luncheons to be given on
January 17 and April 24; two smoi k-
ers on January 16 and May 14; one
dinner dance on January 23; one
country club dance on May 29; and
two afternoon parties at Barbour
gymnasium on March 7 and April18.
To Hold "Fresh mamn Round-up" Todt ay
Social activities of fresh lits will
commence with a "Freshman Round-
up," to be held this afternoon from
4:00 to 6:00 o'clock in Barbour gym.
Pres. Harry 1. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins, Dean J. Robert Effinger and.
Mrs. Effinger, Registrar Arthur C.
Hall and Mrs. Hall, Dean Myra 13.
.Tordan and 1Mlrs. C. H. Forsyth will
chaperone the party. The women o'
the class are requested to come alone.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Dec. --4-Freshnan lit dance at Barhour
gy""nasi, at a:00 'c>lock.
Dec. 6--Luncheon for senior lit women
at the Michigan Un ion, at 12:00
C'clock.
Dec. 6-Annual spread for freshmnan
women in Bar bour -yin.
Dec. 6-Junior lit breakfast dance.
Dec. 8--Illinois club smoker.

MAJESTIC
AT LAST
The uniy Ge uine Vesion of
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LAST DAYS OFa

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Exhibit Shop at 326 S. State Street

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Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
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If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
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