THE MICHIGAN DAILY
For Twelve Years
"I Want to go Back to Michigan"
(Fox-Trot) 9n the Edison
Twelve New Up-to-date Dance Records' in this
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The Sign of Satisfaction
719 N. University
Always the New Styles First
9 E. LIBERTY ST.
TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES
BROADWAY COR.TWEt4TYSCO0 5'
Our representative will be at the
Hotel Pontchartrain, Detroit,
with, Winter Styles in Suits and Overcoats
Sporting and Motor Garments, English
Haberdashery, Hats, Shoes.
20 Bellevue Avenue
'.S. Berry delivered a lecture
hie Binet Tests," at an open
g of the educational club in'
i hall last night.
the benefit of those students
ave signified an intention of try-
t for places on the staff of The
an Daily, an examination is to
d this evening at The Daily
at which the newspaper ability
e men will be tested.
es W. Follin, '13E, teaching as-
in civil engineering read .a
on "Sanitary Engineering and its
in to Public Health" last night,
the civil branch of the engi-
Frances G. Adams, formerly
nt in charge of the periodical
of the general library, Is now
ted with the classification divi-
the library of Congress.
meeting of the Texas club to
I at the Union at 7:00 o'clock
ening, final arrangements for
ing the organization will be
All students from Texas are
. Rogers, state highway co-rn
aer, was in the city Saturday
ion, to confer with Prof. H. C.
of the civil engineering depart-
regarding the highway depart-
to be laid out in the state.
ral minor repairs are being
n the receiving set of the uni-
wireless station. The post-
tests with the University of
Dakota will not be held until
re completed, probably within
Kt two weeks.
ugh steam from the new power
as been furnished the universi-
lings from the beginning of the
year, the electric cutrent has
been furnished the buildings.
g from the present outlook, the
from the new power house will
ished in about a week.
rel A. Welsh, '1411, has resign-
osition as resident physician in
ter Misericordiae hospital at;
ento, California, and has begun
al practice in Oregon City, Ore-
es R. Barrow, '18L, has been
representative from Coosa
to the Oregon state legislature.
-Dr. K. G. Frank, American repre.
sentative of the Siemens Electric'
Company, spent Saturday and Sunday
in Ann Arbor as the guest of Prof.
F. N. Scott, of the rhetoric depart-
ment. Professor Scott became ac-'
quainted with Dr. Frank while he was
in Berlin this summer.
-Theodore Lentz, 'O-'04, was recent-
ly elected judge of the fourth judicial
district of Montana.
-Seniors and post graduates in me-
chanical engineering research work in
the laboratotry have just^ compleed
the calibration of weirs, and will ap-
ply the results of these tests to tur-
bine efficiency tests.
-By way of furthering the "campus
beautiful" movement, university au-
thorities 'are having a high board
fence erected to conceal the "cat-
hole," or dumping grounds on Twelfth
street. In the future, only the. .uni-
versity may use this as a dumping
ground, in order to prevent offensive
material from being thrown in the
-At the meeting of the Students'
Wives association held last night in
Newberry hall, Prof. David Friday of
the economics department gave a talk
on "Culture and Efficiency."
-Dr. Reuben Peterson, of the univer-
sity hospital staff, will be the speaker
at the monthly meeting of the Health
Service Representatives, to be held in
the medical building, on Monday, No-
vember 30. Dr. Peterson has chosen
for his subject, "A New and Rational
Method of Caring for Contagious Dis-
Will Lecture on Von Schmid's Comedy
Prof. W. W. Florer will deliver a
lecture on Von Schmid's comedy,
"D'Zwiederwurz'n," at 7:00 o'clock
tonight, in Newberry hall. The talk.
will be given for the benefit of those
who desire to obtain a general idea of
the play which the Bavarian Folk
Players will present in a return en-
Several copies of this comedy will
be placed in the library today.
Cercle Francais May Aid Sufferers
Cercle Francais held its regular
meeting at the Delta Gamma sorority,
house last night, and considered the
advisability of giving an entertain-;
ment for the benefit of the soldiers of,
the French army. Relief funds are be-
ing raised by French sQcieties all over
the. United States, and the local organ-
ization plans to participate in the move-
ment. Mr. Wann,, the new directora
of the society, addressed the members.
Coach Farrell States Larger Turnout
Necessary For Successful,
WILL ACQUAINT MEN WITH WORK
Varsity track candidates will meet
at 7:00 o'clock tonight in Waterman
gym, in the second of the series of
meetings which have been arranged
for the purpose of acquainting the
track candidates with each other and
One meeting was held during the
football season, but it was decided to
postpone the second until after the
gridiron season had passed. Trainer
Farrell will be on hand to advise the
men as to the proper line of proced-
ure to follow, preparatory to engaging
in actual training for the coming sea-
Although 30 candidates responded
to the initial call, Coach Farrell ex-
pects that with the "football, season
gone, a still greater number will be
on hand. The track mentor states
that unless a record turnout is on
hand for Varsity track work, Michi-
gan's chances in the eastern intercol-
legiate are not bright.
NEW YORK EDITOR LECTURES
BEFORE CAPACITY AUDIENCE
In Speech on Peace Movement, Forsees
Wilson Inaugurating Peace
Hamilton Holt, of New York, editor
of The Independent, spoke to an audi-
ence that filled the Methodist church
Sunday evening, taking for his subject,
"The Great War and the Peace Move-
He described the work and accom-
plishment of the Hague conference,
and predicted that, at the elose of the
present war, President Wilson would
be able to inaugurate an international
federation, patterned after the Unit-
ed States' form of government, that
would eventually include every civiliz-
DR. J. H. MEASH LECTURES ON
"RELIGION AND THE WORKERS"
Dr. J. Howard Melish, rector of the
Church of the Holy Trinity, Brooklyn,
gave the third of the Baldwin lec-
tures at the Episcopal church Sunday
morning, taking for his subje~ct "Re-
ligion and the workers."
Dr. Melish considers the rise of the
workers the next. step in history and
holds that the church must take the
toilers' side or become insignificant.
Classical Club Elects Nine Members
Nine new members were admitted to
the Classicaltclub, at the meeting held
yesterday afternoon. They are: Bet-
ty Gordon, '15; Irma Hubbard, '17;
William Jellema, '15; Ruth Kelsey,
4 7; Elizabeth Platt, '15; George Rob-
ert, '16; Vera F. Seigworth, '15; Bes-
sie Simons, '16; and Virginia Staughn,
Members of the classical faculty were
elected as honorary members of the
club. Prof. J. G. Winter, of the Greek
and Latin department, gave an illus-
trated lecture on "The Backgrounds
of the Odyssey."
Select Delegates to Dixie Club Meet
Delegates to the national convention
of Dixie clubs of northern institu-
tions of learning, will be chosen at the
meeting of the local branch to be held
at the Union at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
This will be the last meeting held be-
fore the convention, which is schedul-
ed for Friday and Saturday, at Madi-
son, Wis., and all members of the Uni-1
versity of Michigan Dixie club are
urged to attend.
Canadian Club to Decide on Coalition
Whether the Canadian club will ac-
cept .the invitation extended by the
Cosmopolitan club, to join its ranks in
a body, will be discussed at a meeting
of the former club at 7:30 o'clock this
evening in the Cosmopolitan club
rooms. The Canadian club was or-
ganized during the first semester of
last year, and lastiweek it received an
invitation to join forces with the Cos-
BROADWAY AND JOHN R
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, soc. Also for
your Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and 10 to 12:30. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. '.A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at
JACOB MACK, Manager
Orphe sm Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Mon.-Tues., Nov. 23-24 - Marguerite
Clark (Mary Pickford's only rival) in
"WXkildfower" by Mary Germine.
XTRA !--First of the "Strand" Euro-
pean War Series, to be shown each
Wed., Nov. 25-One day only.-Ethel
Barrymore, in "The Nightingale," by
Thurs.-Fri., Nov. 26-27-Robert Edeson
in "Where the Trail Divides."
PRICES : Entire Main Floor, 25c.
All Seats Reserved.
PHONE MAJESTIC THEATRE PHONE
701 WHER. EVE.YBODY CO C
Tues. Wed. Nov. 24, 25
SiX Diving Models
Six 8attiaful Gls with 'FORMS DIVINE"
A sensational Diving Act with a carload of baggage and scenery,;
with a glass tank that has a solid plate glass front and contains
i8,ooo gallns of water.
Carroll'&Kathryn Mc Farland [ TWO ZYLS
Catchy Songs & Witty Sayings EXPERT XYLOPHONISTS
A Distinct American Play with The Original "BILLY WALSH"
Supported by a Complete Company
WEBER - DOLAN CB FRAZER
Offering a Brilliant Blend .
of WIT, JOLLITY and MELODY
Coming "Carter" The Great American Magician
Remember Special Thanksgiving Matinee Thur. Nov. 26
Thursdayand rday, Nov. 26-27
Two Performances Daily-2:3o and 8:15-The Big Sensational War Drama
The Photo Play of all Photo Plays.. The greatest Battle Scene ever staged.
Over 2,000 people in this mighty production.
F. L. HALL, 514 E. Williamn .g,$- GARRICK ao-2.
Phone 22 DETROIT
EMMA TRENTINI and CLIFTON CRAWFORD
PRESSING9d.G lledeInthe Musical Comedy-
NO LOSS BY FIRE "THE PEASANT GIRL"
Entire Balcony, I5c,
Seats Now Selling
Munich Folk Players
Monday, Nov. 30th
In their great musical
a uni o nBostonian Footwear
8o South State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES
Hermann von Schmid
Folk-songs, yodling, zither
music, folk dances by Lisl
Knilling and Ferd. Nagel.
Box.. .. ....$1.00
Lower Floor and
First four rows Balcony . . 750
Remainder Balcony . . . 500
Advance seat sale Hutzel & Co.
and Wahr's State St. bookstore,
beginning Mon. Nov. 16, 4 p. m.
Mail orders. Please enclose check
*and return envelope to Emanuel
Singrd, care of Hutzel & Co., Ann
Student Engages in British Service
Dr. C. W. Dunlop, '15D, is now with
an English hospital ship in the Brit-
ish service, according to advices re-
cently received here by friends. Dr.
Dunlop, although a graduate from an
English medical college, entered the
dental department here in the fall of
1912, and left the university when the
Lectures on Petrography Expert's Life
Mr. R. W. Clark, instructor in pet
rography, will lecture on "The Life
and Work of Ferdinand Zirkel" in the
mineralogy lecture room in the base-
ment of Tappan hall at 4:30 o'block to-
day.. Mr. Zirkel is one of the best
known of the German minerajogists
T he DERBYS.as.on
IS HERE NOW
We have the latest shapes in un-
surpassed qualities and we sh ape them
to fit your head perfectly without
Silk and Opera Hats
We iron silk hats and
do all kinds of
Blocking, New Bands,
See Ours Before You Buy,
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 East Huron Street
Near Allonel Hotel
W. W. MANN, Prop.
LOCAL TICKET AGENT FORCED
ON TRAIN TO COMPLETE SALES
Because of his inability to sell 3261
tickets in a limited amount of time,
the local ticket agent for the Michigan
Central boarded the special train
which carried the chemical engineer-
ing and the geology students on their
trip to Deroit last Saturday morning,
and completed his sales en route to
that city, thereby introducing an inno-
vation in local railroading circles.
Despite the fact that the number
of stu dents who -went on the trip ex-
iceeded expectations, accommodations
\were ample, and the Solvay Process
company of Detroit served luncheon to
190 of the 326.
All group leaders, elected by the
soph engineers at their class meet-
ing .last Friday, will please call T.
W. Rea, phone 2211.
Health Service Treats 591 Persons
Statistics given out by the universi-
ty health service staff yesterday, show
that during the past week, November
16, to November 21, 591 persons were
treated at the health service office.
Of these, 83 were new patients.
New and Up-to-Date at
Students' Supply Store
1111 S. UaIversity Ave.