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THR MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALUMINUS WILL SPEAK HERE
Former Football Player aund Ex-Con-
gressmnan at Michigan Union.
Edwin Denby, '96L, will speak at,
3:00 o'clock this afternoon at the
Michigan Union as the principal num-
ber on the Sunday social program.
The subject for his talk has not yet
been announced, but he will touch on
practical topics of the outside world.
While in the university, Denby play-
ed Varsity football, and has since been
interested in Michigan's athletic sit-
uation. It is probable that he will
give some new views in regard to
the Conference problem. Denby is at;
present practicing law in Detroit and
has been concerned in politics. He
is an ex-congressman.
Beginning today it will be the object
of the social committee of the Union
to secure each Sunday some prominent
speaker, preferably an alumnus of
this university. In this manner, a
breeze of the practical world will be
brought to the fellows on the campus
every week.
CONFERENCE ENDS WITHOUT
ANY OVERTURES TO MICHIGAN
(Continued from page 1.)
ugees are coming into the city. The
women in ox carts followed by the
men driving the cattle. In some cases
you see only the women and children.
The children driving the carts and the
women driving the cattle. It.is a pic-
ture of desolation. Today the men
are driving thousands of sheep over
into Asia Minor. The whole of Con-
stantinople has a hopeless feeling.
The Turkish population have given
tip hope and many are trying to sell
out their possessions.
Delay in Work.
"We are having many delays in, our
work. The army has taken over six-
ty of our men and most of our horses.
We can no longer send our carts down
town as the government will take
them. For two days we had no bread.
All of it had been taken by the gov-
ernment. So far we have kept our
plant going but we may have to shut
down. Just now we are short of coal,
and water, and have difficulty in get-
ting sand and cement. I never tack-
led as difficult a job as this has been,
but it is all good experience.
, I feel sorry for the old Turks, They
are being forced over in Asia Minor
and they feel the hopelessness of their
situation.
"We feel quite safe now since all
the war ships are here and I believe
the worst is over."
Close Vote on Conference Question,
A referendum vote was taken at the
meeting of Alpha Nu last night on the
Conference question rresulted in
10 for returning to the conference as
it stands and 11 against. A debate on
the question judged by the society as
a whole on the merits of the debaters
was in favor of returning to the fold.

DR. KELLER GIVES LECTURE
IN NEWBERRY HALL ON CHINA.
A fair crowd gathered in Newberry
hall to hear Dr. Frank Keller's lecture
on his 15 years experience as a mis-
sionary in China. An informal re-
ception was held in the parlors be-
fore the lecture, and several members
of the Y. M. C. A. furnished selections
of vocal and instrumental music.
Stirred. by his earnestness and en-
thusiasm, and moved by his inspira-
tion, Dr. Keller spoke vividly upon the
God-fearing Chinese and their readi-
ness in seeking Christian faith, and
the great opportunities for workers in
missionary fields.
Dr. and Mrs. Keller will be at the
Y. M. C. A. building all day Monday,
and will be glad to interview any
young men or women who are inter-
ested in missionary work or intend to
go to China.
Dr. Keller will give another talk to-
morrow afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in
Newberry hall. Following this, mem-
bers of the Y. W. C. A. will serve tea,
when plans for the coming Y. M. C. A.
convention to be held ii Lansing at the
next week end will be discussed.
'16 Lits Wear Tags to Get Acquainted.
The fresh lits held their initial
dance in Barbour gym yesterday after-
noon. Almost the entire class turned
out, and everybody had a general
good time. Each person, wore a tag
containing his or her name; thus es-
tablishing a general acquaintance.
The only feature which tended to mar
the enjoyment of the afternoon was
the striking minority of the women of
the class.
Mrs. Reighard, Mrs. Jordan, and Mr.
Cowden were the chaperons. Prof.
Turner was also to have acted in this
capacity, but he was unable to be
present.
TURKISH FERVOR PARALYZED
SAYS PROF. J.4R. ALLEN.
(Coninued from page 1.)
leges than on the, day she walked out
of the Conference in 1906. Besides
that, a lot of feeling has, been stirred
up and for naught, feeling that will
not help either side in its efforts to
get together.
Alpha Nu to Argue on Banking Reform
The Western Conference question,
"Resolved: That the plan of banking
reform proposed by the National Mon-
etary Commission should be adopted
by Congress," will be the subect of
debate on the Alpha Nu program Sat-
urday evening.
Prof. W. D. Henderson to Lecture.
Prof. William D. Henderson, of the
engineering department, will lecture
before the Chinese Students' club on
the subject "The Science and the Bi-
ble" this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
The lecture will be given as usual in
MacMillan hall.

Direction of HENRY MILLER

Whitney.

Mr. Olcott sings four new songs

Seat sale Friday, November 29-10 a.m.
Prices: SOc, 7ec, $1.00, $1.50
It you want your choice of-English Styles see our
Crawford tosons Shoes
from $3.50 t $8.00

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DEC.

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MISS LAUGHTON TO PRESENT
NEXT ORATORICAL NUMBER
Miss Marie Ware Laughton, one of
the best known and most highly suc-
cessful of women readers in this
country, will appear at University hall
next Tuesday evening on the Oratori-
cal course. She will talk on the Irish
players, using parts of Synge's "The
Playboy of the Western World" as an
illustration. She will also give sketch-
es from "Sister Beatrice" by Maeter-
linck, "The Terrible Meek" by Charles
Rand Kennedy and "The Pigeon" by
Galesworthy.
Miss Laughton is the principal of
the Boston School of English Speech
and Expressjon.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Mandolin club practice at D. U.
house, 3:00 o'clock today.
Soph lit basketball practice Monday
at 4:00' o'clock. Downtown Y. M. C.
A.
Architects mandolin club hold re-
hearsal today at Sigma Upsilon House
417 E. U., 4:00 p. m.
Comedy club rehearsal Monday,
7:15, Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, Acts
4 and 5.

Educators Will Meet Monday Evening
Prof. A. S. Whitney, of the depart-
ment of education, will read a paper
on the "Aim and Formulation of a
High School Study Course" at the
meeting of the Educational club in.
Tappan hall, Monday evening at 7:00
o'clock.
FAMOUS ATHLETE FAVORS
RETURN TO CONFERENCE.
If any man is peculiarly well-fitted
to make a broad judgment on the
Conference question, that man is "Ger-
many" Schultz, and special signifi-
cance must be given to any utterance
on that subject, emanating from him.
In expresing his views on the much
mooted topiic, "Germany" Schultz
stated: "Michigan football teams have
not been successful since leaving the
Conference because of the lack of
the proper competition necessary to
develop a championship eleven and,
it would seem that the only place
she can find this competition is back
in the Conference. On the grounds of
my proximity to the conditions as they
were and as they now exist, I think
that it would be a fine thing if Mich-
igan could return to the Conference
and do so gracefully."

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Every Catholic should see this play
Every Knight of Columbus should witness this performance
Prices, 25 50 - 75 - 1.00 - Box 150
Seat Sale Tuesday, December 3-10 A.M

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