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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, 8SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1814.

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IN" GYGMVE3N RISLFSsJH
L. TODAY Drcoso1M Cu'n ebr DnigNibr ttatEtnieIre4,ixnen at C14
0.H .Wernicke speaks at Michigan Board in Control of Athletics Atnina eera fForced to F
Un ion, 3:008o'clock. AttAittinentiaRe arsa of t
James Schermerhorn at the "Y" meet-ofCreomnS
ing, Majestic theater, 6:30 o'clock. ___
Dr. A. A. Neuman addresses Menorah PROPOSAL FOR IN~CREASED E&Y3 CATHJERINE REIGHJIARD, '15i, MADE I" SAlNIT RY C(
oceyNweryhl,8:00 o'clock.* FACILITIES TO BCE SUBMITTED RSA FRENETIMET BE FOUND IN
TOMORROW Hundreds of Students- Sign Petition Production Will G~o Down on Record It Seems That 01
Ann" Arbor Civic Association banquet to Be Presented to asBgetSetce_~ie isi
to Varsity football team, at the Ar- Regents 'Without Men T N[e CERIERON
mory, 6:30 o'clock. '__
forbeter ymnsiu fa "Fom he howng adeby he 00speaker on the Y. ItI. C. A. programI Bathing facilitie
Agitation ftobete ghnaiumfnaFrmiuemhoiareae butes10z
Senator Robert :M. LaFollette speaks cit.s rceveda ig mptusyeter wrnin aeufoat
in I-ill auditorium, 8:00 o'clock. iiisrcivdabgiptu etr oen in the cast of the Kermess at _________________
__ _ _ _ _day from the directors of the "M" yetedyaftroo'erheraloatee fonrriini f the.Teoy
y~l n h aysuetsgaue otesturday atonigh swileofhigsa o h dr eserviheforty
~ ~ERNICKETO ~ ~~ club, the board in control of athletics, entire program, the entertainment next IJLB IIfU II 2shwrbt,
pro T IR E H N TOf'I KIT 9 K2 therm aseec
pn h ysuetitionsatrto somt e tudy ihtwllb o igIrdr showesere for
ATO IN M E I G paed nothe regents. smeparts of it approaching the pro-K;AThMAJESTIaableeto
The directors of the Varsity club fessional in their excellence," was the Isoeswr r
abet comdT [ T M J S I TUl' E ING pse nenthusiastic resolution of statement of Bert St. John, when n . ingh gm
support for the student movement, and terviewed last night. Detroit's Advocate of "Clean Sheet" The showers are
Graned Rapids Business Man Speaks to offered to aid in "arousing alumni sup- The dancing, which has been coach- Speaks on "Y" Programn. for th students~,
Students on Commerclai Life pr for relief from the present unsat- ed by Director St. John, includes, many at 60;30 O'clock the large freshmx
This Afternoon r numbers put on the professional stage. nearly 200 stud4
isfactory conditions In addition, a number of new fancy HAS YISITED MICHIGAN OF'TN the systeiti is at
MlUSICIAN~S RENDER PROGRAM The members of the board in control steps will be shown, and many men ar
____discussed the matter, and informed the Large posters, announcing the af-I As the speaker for the Majestic g ym1 without batl
Members of the Union will have the student backers of the present cam- fair, wer~e distributed yesterday after- meeting to be held at G:38 o'clock to- The showers the
opportunity at 3:00 o'clock this after- paign, of the action of the board more noon. The design was drawn by Ray-nihteuvrsyY.I.C.Ahafcoynds -
than a year ago in calling the atten- Mond Perkins, ,15A, and shows the ightenvrsti.xiC . a acoyngasystmt
noon of hearing 0. H. L. Wernicke,tionof the rgns oteneed fr m* fgueof aGreek dacig3omn. seurd Tme Shemehoneditor mxn ytmt
ilonregu~sto ue or m- ~gur a ±~n~ngwomn. ams ~ture of the - ater
president of the Macey Company of provement in the gym facilities. At yesterday's rehearsal, Catherine of the Detroit Times. Mr. Schermer- lgi vrpee
Girand Rapids. He will take for his A committee wvas appointed by the Reighard, '15, was appointed Marshall horn is becoming one of Ann Arbor's hot water availab
subject some phase of practical busi- board in control to lay the matter be- of the whole production. Her authori- wyell-known speakers, having appear- The 24 showers
Hess life, fore the regents, and although the at- ty will rank next to that of Director ed at the recent football smoker. He ity to the equipm
nadiintMrWrnkestltention of the regents was called to St. John. was also one of the speakers in the university athletic
IadiintMrWencestlconditions, as fair as the members of Tickets for the Kermess may be ob- Mblzto"capin whn ettyfrte195
~everal musical numbers will be given, the athletic board know nothing fur-. twined at the Fries~s art store on Main talkedzbeforeth cign c nhapto f rsltely,950
Hugo C. Johnson, '18, will render a vo- ther has been done. street, and of Mrs. Blackburn at Bar- Sigma Delta Chi, the honorary jour- The floors of tb
cal solo. A sextette of mandoilin strum- Although there were few classs our gym, in addition to the places nalistic fraternity. unhygienic, and tl
miers composed of R.. G. Day, '17E, D. yesterday, several hundred students named in the announcement. They Throughout the newspaper world, tion of the qutartE
B. Gardiner, '17E, Rix St. Clair, '17, signed the petitions to the regents for will also be placed on sale to all stu- Ml, Schermerhorn is recognized as the presence of la
E. K. Marshall, '17, H. H. Whitingham, increased gymnasium facilities. The dents of the university, in the corridors one of the most progressive editors in rooms. In the p
17E, and G. L. Tesler, '17E, will offer petitions are at the Mihigan Union, of the general library on Wednesday, the field. During the past several however, there se
selections. The Michigan Daily, and Huston's. Thursday, and Friday. years, he has made a number of rad- lief, and only an
- - ------ They will be there most of next week, As this is the largest function, open ical changes in the policy of his paper, ent structure or
Union Continues Job Assignment (Yor~k but it is essential that those who care to the public, which has ever been pro- that have attracted widespread atten- relieve the utnsat
Among several student applicants to sign them, should do so at once, in duced enti T~y 'y~ women of the uni- tion~. Among these mi'ay be mentioned'
for work at the Michigan Union em- order that they may be prepared for vorsity, it is expected thtat an audience, his refusal to allow any liquor or pat-
ploymient bureau this week end, one presentation to the regents in time for which will fill Hill auditorium, will ent medicine advertisements to ap- ff
w a ug p ie with tab eea d y o k a a t on i e a i a tersec mbreceivedet th op nigddmb r atgda.p anig hhe colmThe hi p pe.tM1 ng nw ill, nd obers rprecededin . n gh . T e ee ilg wil eA Yec de B R I1R I
obs. The distributing of two card- - moving pictureprgawihwl
writing jobs, two openings at kitchen begin at 6:10 o'clock.F IfA1
work and two or three odd jobs wereFE L W
fmn h eas atviisduigSUCCESS COMES TO FOOTBALL PLAYERS ( BFERNELONAFECTONFE W EI.LLULI
then latheue a'sa ctivitiesduringAFERNON R CTONFEECEWILlghLaue
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IProfessor Hlollister, Expresses G~reat
Pleasure Ov'er Second
Performanco
PLAY DECLARED WYELL-BALANCED
One of the best balanced plays ever
> presented by the Oratorical associa-
tjion, seems to sum up the general opin-
ion of the appreciative audience which
turned out to see the final production
of "A Curious Mishap" given in Ui
Un-versity Hall last evening.
>' 1 Prof. R. D. Hollister, director of the
production, was well. pleased with the
performance, and said that theexri
epr-ence gained from the previous night's
performance served to give a more fin-
fished presentation.
Frances Hickok, '15, Walter Petti-,
.ti cord, '14-'16L, Louis Etch, grad., Les-
lie Lisle, 114-'17L, Bess Baker, '15,
}. and Ethyl Fox, '15, won much applause
for their clever presentation of their
various parts.
Chines84
,, t'01., .rid Ma
F OLLET E C O -T hursda l
SENATOR RIllER 1' M. LAJVOLLETTL, Hill Auditorium
ill auditorium itomorrowv night on "Representative Govern.

SUINUJ I UMVUBBUV
tBanquet Will Be Tendered 1914 Eleven
Bly Civic Association
at Armory
RECENT .E. BEAL 'OASTIM4STER
Accommodations for 300 men have
*been arranged by the Ann Arbor Civic
*association for the banquet which they
t will tender the 1914 football team, at
z 6:30 o'clock tomorrow evening at the
Armory. Tickets, at one dollar a.
plate, are on sale at the Michigan Un-
ion, Huston Brothers, Switzer's Hard-
*ware s ore and at the local banks, the
sale to be continued until Monday
noon.
*Regent Junius E. Beal will act as,
toastmaster, and will call on Prpse-
cuting Attorney Burke. E. F. Mills
and several of tho gridders for speech-
es; It is also possible that Dean Bates
3of the law department andl Ex-Mayor
*Codd of Detroit will be present to talk
(Continued on page 6)

For the purpose of bringig univer-
sity women into direct contact with
the speakers of the women's Voca-
tional conference, to be held in this
city, January 7, 8 and 9, informal re-
ceptions will be held imnmediately af-
ter the afternoon meetings of the con-
ference. A luncheon will be held at
noon on the last day of the conference,
Saturday.'
The, entire daily program of the
conference will be announced in the
near' fututre.j
Checker Men Hold Business Meteting
No decision as to whether or not thej
University of Alichigan will be repre-
0 flltfrl 0at+1h Nnnc.+an Tntnrooll(,21o~l

FRiEE TICKI
Waldo Fello
the profession,
* who, while in
leadin~g campu
on his act ati
on December
ran~ge to get
engagement fc

to

for

Tuesday,

east of Ann Arb~or, andi woutld be
ble to make a special trip to Chi
during the holidays, a renewed e
will be made by the club to have
annual match postponed to some
during the spring vacation.
It was decided at the meetini
have Chess and Checker club rern e nt e M eb g n ni nt i

own.

wvhe n
Thes

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eSondB
THKC
utjmdofllziClub
C'ELRT
;8 P. M.
Twenty-five Cents

Class Presidents Will Sign Petitionf
Class presidents, who have been au-
thorized by their respective classes to
cooperate in the movement for the
Junior hop, will meet at some time
between 9:30 o'clock and 12:30 o'clock
this morning in the rooms of the Engi-.
x neering society to sign the J-Hop pe-
tition.1

jAt a meeting of the Michigar
ter 'of the Brotherhood of St.I
last night in iHarris hall, definite
of organization were adopted,e
'chapter roll was called. The per
officers elected for the year
Irin C. Johnson, '16, directs
George S. Johnson, '14, secreta
treasurer.

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in

Majestic

James

Sc ermerhorn

Movies

6:10to

6:30

"Testing the Beatitudes",

P. M.

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