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Come Every Year
(Continued from Page One)
reporter should know all he ought to
know and yet not know it all," said
Mr. Stace.
Prof. J. W. Cunliffe, who is the as,-
sociate director of the School of Journ-
alism at Columbia university, spoke
on "College Courses Preparatory to
Professional Training in Journalism."
The program was concluded by an
address on "Training for Publicity,"
by Prof. Everett W. Smith of Leland
Stanford university.
Owing to severe illness Dean Henry
Bates of the Law school, who was
scheduled at the afternoon session, to
speak on "Giving the Public What it
Wants," was unable to appear. Des-
criping the character, nature and oper-
ation of. the St. Louis plan of news-
papermen's organization, Richard L.
Stokes, dramatic editor of the St.
Louis Post Dispatch, stated that the
body has not affiliatedtwith labor be-
cause the men feel that they must
serve everyone and not a articular
group.
Excellent results have been obtained
through this organization, according
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SATURDAY
6:30-Wiener roast Wesleyan guild.
Meet at church.
9:00-Masques tryouts in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
10:3-Junior engineer football prac-
tice on Ferry field.
10.:30-Swimming practice at City Y.
M. C. A. pool. In preparation for in-
tramural meet to be held in Novem-
ber.s
2 :30-Football; game, 1ifchlgan vs.j
M. A. C. at Ferry field.
6:30-U. S. Army ambulance service,
sections 589, 590, 591, hold inform-:
al reunion in Union.,
:00-Geraldine Farrar appears in'
first Pre-festival concert in' Hil
auditorium.
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SUNDAY
6:30-Baptist church guild meeting.;
Topic "The Forward Look."
6 :0-Wesloyan guild meeting. Social
half hour precedes.
7:30-Charles Flint'lectures on "The
Eternal Question" in" Methodist
church.
,7:30 -Menorah congregation social
at Lane hall. All Jewish students

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Positions are offered, to men and wom~en as -field organizers of
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to r. Sto es, ana e said that, they
Mortaroard Adds Nine New Members shad obtained concessions not by
Mortarboard, senior honorary soci-, threats or strikes, but by' collective
ety, met Thursd, Oct. 16, at the Delta bargaining.
Gamma house. The following new In his paper "Newspaper Salaries,
members were elected: Jane Brown, Are They What They Ought to Be," Lee
Gretchen Jones, Anne Kirkpatrick, A White of the Detroit Journal brought
Margaret Spain, Rose Sturmer, Marie out that the great 'number of papers
Thorpe, Marjorie Van Norman, Franc- which were not financially successful
es Wesley, and Anna May Yorks. were responsible for the present low
salaries. He predicted that the time
DANCING CLASSES START IN OLD would come when the minimum re-
UNION porter's slary would be $2,500, many
On 'account of the mass meeting would be $5,000 and that a $10,000
Tuesday night, only a short lesson As: salary would not be unusual, saying
held at the beginners' class in the Old that Journalism was not a trade but
Union; tonight, therefore, will be the a pofession.
first regular lesson of the course. TheI A banquet in the Union terminated
first lesson of the advanced class will the activities of the Journalistic con-
begin next Monday night. College men iventibn for Friday. Speecheswere
and women wishing to enroll may dogen by President Harry B. Hutchins,
so by calling 1666J.-Adv. Regent Junius E. Deal, and William
Allen hite.
HERE COMES THE BRIDE
The prettiest bride in -twn.-Adv..5,000 ATTEND ANNUAL
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in room 319, Union.
3:30-Fresh engineer - foothll
Aois hold practice game dpF
field. Meet at entrance tos
stand.

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Ferry
south,

A rousing reception is
team's vatt to Chicago
go game on November
like Meyer Morton '12L
'12L, Art Curtis, '12,.and
er, '17, are 'planning a b
the boys of the team, the
and alumni of Chicago.
The reception or "C
Smoker" as it is called,
on Friday evening, Nove:
University club. Dinner
and then the Varsity ban
old songs. Judge Bill
Yost and Tom Hammond
for talks and will tell
will win from Chleagc
following.
This committee, ,rep:
University of Michigan
'Chicago, is out to rout
alumni they can aind it
have them on hand to
team with Michigan spir
BA SIETBALL
TO MEET T
Next Tuesday the can(
1919 Varsity basketball
semble at 7:30 o'clock
gymnasium. Coach Matt
charge of that branch
athletics this, season, v
every man who intends
the team, as well as e
has had any experienc
Michigan five or some
ball organization.
Quite a few experienc
pected out, but every n
that he would like to-I
the team is urged to rel
:purpose of the meeting i
ed both in lining up t
and to give the coach a
,to look over the materi
Men reporting to the
sponse to this call wil
their own togs. There
for a good number of th
ing tathe delay in deli,
and pads and the oth
paraphernalia the Van
'cannot equip all of the
out. It is anticipated
men will report at 'thb
ing and for that reas(
should bring his own'e
MISS HOLLADAY'S
Paris, Ky. Fresh every
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
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se 'With talent, who have even a moderate suc-
the autumn to prepare for lectureships and-
Over 1,600 towns will next year "have our uni-
program:
overnment, _. A Tower of Babel, x
n American, 4. The Menace of the Mob.
ersons who have ideals of social service need
ty be arranged for personal interview with our
by writing Western Agent, Radcliffe Chautau-

U-NOTICES
Victory buttons are being held at the
Red Cross office at 303 South State
street for Bernard Martin Floyd
Mattis, Donald Jones, and Edward
Ritz.
Varsity band meets in front of Univer-
sity hall at 1:30 o'clock. Full uni-
form.
Junior engineers practice football at
10:30 on Ferry field.
Junior lits practice football at 10:00
on; South Ferry field.

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(Continued from Page One)
on the fundamental things, and first
of all upon study. That does not
mean that all the joy shall be taken
away. The Athenianyouth's life was
a happy one, and yet he, at the age
of 17, pledged himself to serious
things. We at Michigan must take
care that our finer traditions are as
carefully observed as are our merely
local customs."
Rev. Douglas Gives Benediction
Mr. William Wheeler, new head of
the vocal music department of the
School of Music, sang, and Mr. Earl
V. Moore played the organ prelude,
and postlude. Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas
gave the invocation and benediction.
Prof. L. M. Gram, of the engineering
college, was marshal of the day. The
Varsity, band led the assembly and
march to the auditorium.
REGENTS PASS RESOLUTION
FOR MINIMUM SALARY
(Continued from Page One)
building of the University wireless
outfit and t'n& appointment of an oe
op-rator.t
The itctiu es for freshmen on hy-
giene, formerly given by Dr. Warthin,
will hereafter be given under the
auspic s of the Health service, it was
Sdecided.~
Regent Murfix( was named as the
'representative of the Regents upon the
board of dirctors of the Union.
A committee of regents leaves this
week-end for the east, to visit the 11-
braries of Harvard, Yale, Brown and
Columbia universities.
Degrees .were voted for a number of
students who completed their studies.
WILLIAM ALLEN WHITE -
TELLS OF TREATY MAKING
(Continued from Page -One)
agreements that there should be two
documents. When Mr. Wilson return-
ed to Paris it took him about three
minutes to undo what the rest of the
commission had spent three weeks do-
ing.
Mr. White spoke at some length on
the Shantung question. The Japs, he
said, were probably the shrewdest di-
plomats at the peace table. During
the earlypart of the debate they took
no active part. They were waiting for
the unpleasant parts which they knew
were coming, Fiume and Shantung.
When Italy "took her dolls and went
home," Japan laid her claims on the
table and said in effect that if they
were not granted she would follow
Italy. "That," said Mr. White, "was
Woodrow Wilson's Gethsemane."
Mr. White finished with a vivid per-
sonal sketches .of Clemenceau, ,Lloyd
George, and Mr. Wilson.

Golf Suits

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Bishop Bars Gamblers' Money
London, Oct. 17.-The bishop of
Chelmsford has barred money raised
from "whist drives and dances" from
a fund of $1,250,000 which the peoph
of Essex are trying to collect foi
church extension. Writing to his peo-
ple concerning these amusements the
bishop declared: "Both may be legiti-
mate forms of recreation but they are
not methods of the church for raising
money. I have never heard of either
being opened or closed with prayer.'"
Stephen Schaible. Piano tuner
eleven years. 414 Detroit St. 2594-J.
-Adv.

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