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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

i praise of Malcolm's fall suits
id overcoats,those club checks
re all right, others will show
iem in the spring.
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Year Pharmics Smoke at Union.
sh pharmics to the number of
gan class social events last night
a smoker at the Michigan Union.
.g dean A. B. Stevens and Dr. W.
ubbard of the pharmacy depart-
gave short talks.
Wann Wil Open Cercle Lectures
Harry V. Wann will speak Wedt-
ay on "Le role de l' education oc-
.tale dans le development de la
uie moderne." This lecture,
a is the first of the annual series
aged by the Cercle Francais, will
elivered in Tappan hall at 5:00
ck.
land Men Meet to Organize Club.
a meeting-of men from Cleveland,
at the Michigan Union last ev-
plans were begun for the es-

tablishment of a Cleveland club. An-
other meeting will be held after
Christmas, and the work of organiza-
tion completed at that time.
I. C. Allen Talks on Sewer Problem.
"Intercepting Sewers," was the sub-
ject of a lecture last night by H. C.
Allen, city engineer, of Syracuse, N.
Y. The lecture was presented under
the auspices of the Engineering soci-
ety and brought forth a large audi-
ence.
Deutscher Verein Adds New Members.
The sophomore women's section of
the Deutscher Verein elected eight
new members at a meeting held yes-
terday afternoon. Their names will
be announced after the initiation which
will take place Thursday evening, De-
cember 12.

PROPOSED WOMEN'S COUNCIL
IS DAILY GAINING FAVOR.
Growing interest is expressed re-
garding the question of the formation
of a council for university women.
While the idea is not entirely new to
the campus as a whole it comes as
something unique and original, which
will bear careful investigation and
discussion.
While the League has stood, in a
smaller way for the things which the
council would stand for, it .is a ques-
tion as to whether its boards could
adequately cover the ground of a def-
inite body, which, outside of the uni-
versity, and in the university, could
be pointed out as representing the at-
titude of the university women on any
or all important questions. It has
been stated that a council for the
women, could much more effectively
handle the question of self-govern-
ment, which is being raised in all the
leading stateauniversities, a question
which has reached such import, that
a meeting of the deans, and represen-
tative women from all over the coun-
try has been arranged, to convene at
Madison in May.
PROF. SADLER RETURNS FROM
ANNAPOLIS NAVAL ACADEMY.
Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the marine
engineering department, who has been
at Annapolis, Md., all fall in charge of
work at the naval academy returned
to Ann Arbor Sunday. Prof. Sadler
will resume his work here within a
day or two. He is now suffering from
a severe cold. Prof. E. M. Bragg,
who has had charge of the naval en-
gineering courses during Prof. Sad-
ler's absence, left for Annapolis last
Friday, where he will take charge of
the work Prof. Sadler has had in
charge.
ORATOR THESPIANS TO TRY
OUT FOR PLAY THIS WEEK
Tryouts for the Oratorical associa-
tion play will be held this week. "The
Fan," a translation from Carlo Goldo-
ni, is the play which will be produced
this year, the performance being set
for March 7.
This play was given by the Yale
Dramatic association last year, and is
one especially suitable for student
production. It is a lively comedy,
consisting of but one scene, in which
there are 14 parts.
Although most of the cast will prob-
ably be chosen from students taking
work in the oratory department, ev-
eryone is eligible, and urged to come
out. The tryouts will be held in room
302 N. W. on Tuesday and Thursday
at 3:00 o'clock, and Friday at 2:00
o'clock of this week, when Prof. Hol-
lister will meet all those interested.
H. A. KENYON WINS LOCAL
GOLF CLUB TOURNAMENT.
By defeating his opponents in the
recent elimination golf tournament
at the Ann Arbor golf club, Mr. H. A.
Kenyon of the French faculty has
been established as the club cham-
pion. Despite the cold weather, the
golfers are still keeping at the game
and at presdht the handicap tourna-
ment is in progress. Interest in that
contest is centered at present on Pro-
fessor Hugo Thieme, of the French
faculty and Chester Fordney, '15E, a
son of Congressman Fordney of Sag-
inaw. Teacher and student are match-
ed for the finals. Fordney won his
chance for the championship by de-
feating Regent J. E. Beal, three down
and two to play.
MANY DISPLAY THEATRICAL
TALENT FOR VEREIN PLAY.

Would-be actors and actresses to
the number of 32, have displayed their
abilities before the faculty which is to
select the cast for the Deutscher Ver-
ein play. Ten persons tried out Fri-
day and 22 yesterday. The remain-
der will be given an opportunity to-
morrow afternoon at 5:00 o'clock in
room 203 University hall. Any who
wish to try out may do so at this time
whether they have previously signed
up or not.,

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DECEMBER 3 & 4
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DEAN GUTHE RETURNS FROM
VISITING GRADUATE SCHOOLS
Dean Guthe, of the graduate school,
returned to Ann Arbor Sunday after a
week's absence during which time he
visited graduate schools at the Uni-
versities of Iowa, Wisconsin, Illinois,
and Chicago. With the exception of
Iowa, Dean Guthe found the graduate
departments somewhat larger than at
Michigan. These departments are
much better subsidized than is Mich-
igan's, Illinois having 80 fellowships
provided by the state while Michigan
has only 20.
PROF. SCOTT AGAIN ELECTED
TO LEAD TEACHERS' COUNCIL
Prof. F. N. Scott of the rhetoric de-
partment has returned from Chicago
where he attended the annual con-
vention of the Association of Teach-
ers of Journalism which was held on
Friday and Saturday of last week.
Prof. Scott wes re-elected president
of the National Council of Teachers
of English. In an address delivered
before the organization he defended
classics as a necessary part of to-
day's education and urged the culti-
vation of a more general interest in
the best products of the bygone ages.
DEAN COOLEY IS CONFINED
IN HOSPITAL AT BALTIMORE
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley, who has
been attending a convention of the
National State Universities .in Wash-
ington, D. C., is now ill in Baltimore,
Md., suffering from a bad attack of the
grip. He was forced to leave the train
while enroute from Ann Arbor. His
physicians say that it will be a week
or ten days before he can leave.

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