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You May Not
Believe It, But-
KNOXVILLE, TENN., Nov. 13.-On
Saturday afternoon, October 31, the
human lizzard, who claimed to have
been left behind by a big circus which
recently visited Memphis, was exhibit-
ed. to the students of the department
of anatomy at the university. Lectures
and demonstrations were given by Pro-
fessors Harris and Wittenborg, in ex-
planation of the inordinate elasticity
of the subject's carcass. Using the op-
erating table as a stage, the human
amphibian went through his complete
repertoire, and ,.he delighted medics
departed thence greatly edified.'
31AJOR DULL N. TRAVIS, '98L,
TO SPEAK AT UMION MEETING
First of Series of Sunday Afternoon
Programs Will Be Given
Major DeHull N. Travis, of Flint,
will be the speaker at the Sunday af-
ternoon program, at the Union, at 3:00
o'clock, tomorrow afternoon. Several
musical numbers will be included on
the program, which is arranged for
Union members. Smokes and eats will
Before taking up law, Major Travis
showed interest in the drama and dra-
matic literature. He served as secre-
tary to Governor Chase S. Osborn and
was chairman of.the Michigan adviso-
ry board of pardons. His talk tomor-
row on "The Man Without a Smile," is
based on his experiences in his work.
Tuesday, Nov. 17-Hearst's Selig News
Wednesday, Nov. 18-In Tone With
the Wild (with Kathlyn Williams).
Thursday, Nov. 19-Perils of Pauline
Friday, Nov. 20-He Danced Himself
Saturday, Nov. 21-The Masked Wrest-
ler (with Francis X. Bushman).
Comig Next Week-"The Derelicts"
(with Louise Vale).
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital - - $1 00.000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
Why not have it delivered reguarly,bi or tri-
weekly? Many do. Always fresh. Nopreser-
vatives used. Visit the mill at the orch ard.
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 21.
"For the Honor of Old Glory." A
realistic story of the Mexican War.
Shows conditions on the Mexi an fron-
Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 23 and 24.
Dramatization of Dickens' novel
"The Chimes"-a splendid Shubert
feature starring Tom Terris, the noted
Dickens character actor. Don't miss
RECREANT MEDIC CLASS WOULD
COME BACK TO COUNCIL FOLD
i itil Iii i
The Reliable Laundry
will surely please you it you are
particular about laundry linen
T he Meter" is not a poem, as you
might"think from the title
It is a plain talc of the moderate cost of household comfort.
It reminds the reader of how little the joys of well-cooked
food, unlimited hot water and perfect artificial light have
cost him for any given period.
It calls up -visionsl of emergencies met and conquered, of
household problems solved, of all the comforts of a truly
From chapter one to the very end, every episode referred to
in "The Meter" brings a sense of satisfaction to the reader.
No home is complete without "The Meter." If you haven't
one, phone the Gas Office.
"The Story of Nancy Gay" tells of the joys 'The Meter" brins.
It is FREE. Cali at our office for a copy.
Goeds called for and delivered
G RIFFINS INITIATE THIRTEEN W. I.
Lillie, '15,, to Represent Sophs
In Negotiations For
334-336 S. State ft. 0
Studio on the Campus
Official Photographers For The MICHIGANENSIAN
If you want to be fitted to the jauntiest sort of an overcoat
of the newest astrakhan cloth, a true Austrian proudction
with every little detail of fine tailoring carried out just as
it should be. come-into my cloth shop,
618 E. IIBERTY STREET
Dr. H. H. Cummings, of University
Health Service Taken
Twelve students and one member of
the university faculty were initiated
into Griffins, Thursday afternoon,
when this upperclass, interdepart-
mental honor society held its annual
fall initiation ceremonies. After the
initiation a banquet was served at the
Dr. H. H. Cummings, of the universi-
ty health service, was the faculty
member taken into the society, and
the students were Clyde E. Bastian,
10, William C. Cochran, '16P, George
J. Curry, '15M, Sam W. Donaldson,.
'16M, James B. Catlett, '17L, William
C. Mullndore, '16L, LeRoy J. Scan-
lon, '16L, Edward H. Saier, '15L, E.
Rodgers Sylvester, '17, Edmon P. Mc-
Queen, '15E, Harold L. Smith, '16, and
'. ' Hawley Tapping, '16L.
SOCCERITES UNABLE TO PLAY
ON ACCOUNT OF SNOW STORM
Word reached the athletic office yes-
terday morning in a telegram from the
Battle Creek Normal authorities that
a heavy snow storm of the preceding
night had so covered the playing field
there that Michigan's soccerites would
be unable to play their scheduled game
Battle Creek plays on Ferry field,
Thanksgiving Day, as originally sched-
uled, but the date on which the Wol-
verine team makes its final trip will
be announced later.
80 Extension Students Earn Credit
Prof. S. F. Gingerich, of the English
department, will go to Saginaw, today,
to lecture before a class of 80, who are
taking credit work under him in a uni-
versity extension course. He will be
accompanied by Treasurer R. A. Camp-
bell who will collect tuition fees.
George McClure, president of the
soph medics, will appoint a committee
to make overtures for the return of
his class to the jurisdiction of the stu-
dent council, today.
A ccording to present plans, the com-
Assistant Professor C. S. Berry, of
ruittee, which will consist of McClure the educational department, will speak
Call 522 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
sine or carriage. 522. tf
522 will bring a HolmAs Taxi to
your door at any hour. tf
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. t
Carter the Mysterious carries a car-
load of paraphernalia.
Carter the Great American Magic-
ian will soon be at he Majestic.
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf
Carter the Magician will have the
hlggest act ever at the Majestie.
Carter's wonderful lIon "Baby" is
one of the most ferocious and largest
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs
and Toilet Articles. tL
University Ave. Pharmacy. Eastman
LOST---Chi Psi fraternity badge. Find-
er please call 231. Reward. 47-8-9
LOST-Information leading to the re-
covery of gray overcoat-taken from
economics building, will be reward-
ed. Phone 319. 47
WANTED-University Student. Sen-
ior or junior preferred to work in
confection store two or three hours
evenings. Must be popular, able to
draw business. Address "H" Mich-
igan Daily. 47
FOUND-Money on street. Call for
same at University Library.- 47
This is the last day.
Traveling Representative. Kwality
410 State --Opp. University Hall
PRICES WILL RAISE
Coupon books now on sale for both
ice and roller skating. 40 admissions
for $2.50 if purchased before Dec. 1st.
and one or two classmates, will ask
W, I. Lillie, '15M, the medic council-
man, to represent their class in nego-
tiations with the council. n The medics
will ask to be taken back by the coun-
cil, and state their willingness to hold
their nominations and elections over
Womens' Club Will Meet Monday
Womens' Educational club will elect
officers for the current year at a regu-
lar meeting to be held in Newberry
hall, at 7:30 o'clock, Monday night.
All girls in the educational depart-
ment are urged to attend. Plans for
the year's work will be formulated and
a general get-acquainted program car-
Hobson Will Address Episcopal Men
Every Episcopal man in the univer-
sity is. invited to an Episcopal stag
"get-together," to be given in Harris
hall, at 8:00 o'clock, this evening, by
the Michigan chapter of the Brother-
hood of St. Andrew. Henry W. Hob-
son, '14, of Yale, will speak.
Ypsilanti Entertains Ferris Students
Ypsilanti's Ferris Institute club will
entertain the University Ferris Insti-
cnte club =at a reception at Ypsilanti,
this evening. The local club will meet
at the interurban station on Huron
street, at 7:00 o'clock, tonight.
before the Educational club on "The
Binet System of Mental Measure-
ments," at 7:00 o'clock, Monday night,
in room 105, Tappan hall. Women of
the educational department are invit-
Band practice at 2:00 o'clock sharp
this afternoon. Bri.g racks for Detroit
Committee on committees of Mimes
will meet at 3:00 o'clock, Sunday af-
ternoon, at the Union.
Mimes will meet at 7:30 o'clock,
Sunday evening, at the Union.
Pres. W. C. Achi, Jr., of the Cosmo-
politan club, has called a meeting oft
the board of directors of the club for
6:00 o'clock, this evening, at 211 East
Liberty street. There will be an in-
formal meeting of the club at 4:00
o'clock, tomorrow afternoon, in the
Senior Engineering Society Initiates
Prof. H. H. Higbie, of the engineer-.
ing department, and W. W. Calkins,
'15E, were initiated yesterday by Vul-
cans, senior engineering honorary so-
ciety. H. L. Bochstahler, '15E, was the
toastmaster at the dinner following the
initiation, and W. T. Smith, '15E, W.
H. Stuart, '15E, W. Cook, grad., Pro-
fessor Higbie, .and W. W. Calkins were
Plans For Senior Pictures Completed
In order to secure a uniform style
of work, all s,nior literary pictures
for the Michiganensian will be taken
at the Rentschler studio, East Huron
street. Arrangements have been com-
pleted so the work may start at once,
as all pictures must be in the hands of
the engravers by February.
Chessmen Will Play Tonight at Union
Members of the Chess and Checkers
club will hold their regular November
business meeting at the Michigan Un-
ion, at 8:30 o'clock tonight. The play
in the tournaments will commence at
7:30 o'clock as usual.
Please note that the
Annual Sale of
Is well under way and gathering
speed. Every tablecloth and nap-
kin in the Store has been specially
lowered in price. This includes
all fancy linens and table cloths
made to order.
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