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Dl.CA CONFESSES RIOT
AT CENTRAIA PLANNED

PLAYER
ROLLS FOR

YOUR,
PIANO

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PLAYER Roll Department has now begn
to the point where we feel it merits your

i-classical, popular, and
is to be found on our rolls.

operatic

you come in we will be glad to play for you

you would like to hear.

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SAYS I. W. . WERE ORDERED TO
SHOOT BY LYNCHED
LEADER
(By Associated Press)
Centralia, Nov. 15.-I. W. W. plan-
ned the Centralia affair three weeks
before Armistice day according to an
alleged confession made by L. Rob-
erts, confessed I. W. W. who surrend-
ered himself to the officers following
Tuesday's shooting in which four
former American soldiers were killed.
The confession said the 1. W. W. ex-
pected their hal would be attacked
on Armistice day and that the radicals
vho took part in the shooting expect-
ed to be killed. ,
According to Roberts' statement
WesleynEveretts, the lynched . W. W.,
,apparently directed the movements of1
the radicals as he sent Roberts and
two others to Seminary hill near the
scene of the shooting with orders to
"Shoot when they shoot or when we
heard shoting."
WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
2:00-Varsity band meets in Hill and-
itorium. Memsers should bring
band racks and music books.
2:30 Twilight concert in Hill audi-
torium.
2:30--"Y" meeting in Lane hail.
6:30-Wesleyan guild meeting in
Methodist rchurch. Neal Ireland
leader.
7 :30-Wesleyan guild lecture in Meth-,
odist church . Dr. Ida Kahn to
speak. !
MONDAY
12:30-Freshman Girls' Glee club have
Michiganensian picture taken at
Rentschler studio.
4:00-Glee and Mandolin club man-
ager's staff meeting at office.
4:00-Fresh fits meet in University
-hall directly after "Talks to Fresh-
men."
7:00-Glee club rehearsal at School
of Music. Menbers bring song
books.
8:00-Detroit Symphony orchestra
concert in Hill auditorium.
TUESDAY
4:00-Plano recital by Mr. Albert
Lockwood in School of Music.
7:00 - Choral Union rehearsal in
School of Music.
7 :30--Michigan Dames meet in Lane
hall. Pot luck supper will be
served.
7:30-Adelpbi House of Representa-
tives meets on fourth floor of U-
hall.
7:30--Former 32nd DIvision men meet
in room 323 of Union.
8:00-Students who are interested in
acting in Cosmopolitan club play
meet in room 305 U-hall.
8:00-Intercollegiate Socialist socie-
ty meets in room P162 N. S. build-
ing.
WEDNESDAY
4:30-Cercle Francais lecture by Pro-
fessor Rene Talamon in room 203
Tappan hall.,
TAP-ROOM SINGS MAY BECOME
WEEKLY EVENT AT UNION
Get-together meetings, the first of
which were held from 10:30 to 12
o'clock Friday and Saturday nights
in the Union tap-room, will proba-
bly become weekly events. Students,
participating in the first two meet-
ings, stated that hereafter the upper-

classmen will gather at these hours
on Friday and Saturday nights and
that freshmen would probably have
Wednesday nights. Thursday will be
the sophomore night.
The first gathering took the form
of an impromptu sing, the men sing-
ing "The Victors" and many other
Michigan airs. Saturday night a piano
was placed in the tap-room and pro-
vided accompaniment for the singers.
Men at the tables played cards, smok-
ed, and entertained themselves in va-
rious ways.'
Union officials are said to look with
some favor on the plan inasmuch as
the get-together meetings tend to fos-
ter Michigan spirit and to make the
.students better acquainted with one
another.
George Hurley, '16 and '18L, when
questioned as to how he felt upon
the matter as an alumnus, said, "I
can only say that I wish that in my
time the men had had such an op-
portunty to get together under such
wholesome conditions. Such meetings
will make every one, the freshmen
particularly, acquainted with Michigan
songs, besides offering the opportu-
nity for becoming widely acquainted."

SUNDAY SERVIC ES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Holy communion at 7:30. Morning
service at 10:30. Class in social prob-
lems at noon. Twilight vesper serv-
ice -at 4:30.
Congregational Church
Mr. Douglas preaches at 10:30, sub-
ject: "Understudies." Discussion
groups of University men and women
at 12:10. Plymouth guild at 7:30.
Address to students at 7:45 on "Rough
Weather."
Unitarian Church
Sunday school at 9:30; Kindergart-
en during service. Morning worship
at 10:30. Sermon by Mr. Sidney S.
Robins. Subject, "Mob Rule."
Young .people's forunmat 6:30. Topic,
"What is Higher Criticism?"
First Methodist Church
At 10: 30- Dr. A. W. Stalker' will
preach on "Where Life is Found."
Wesleyan guild meeting 6:30, led by
Neal Ireland. Subject, "Our Poor Re-
lation." At 7:30 Dr. Ida Kahn speaks
before the Wesleyan guild on "China's
Challenge to Christian America."
First Presbyterian Church
"Peter's Shadow" will be the theme
of the morning sermon at 10:30, by
Rev. Leonard A. Barrett. Kindergart-
en during, the ;service. Bible' school
meets at noon. Clas of University men
and women led by Professor Hender-
son. Young people's service at 6:30.
A social half hour follows this serv-
ice.
First Baptist Church
Public worship at 10:30. Mr. J. M.
Wells will preach on "The Great
Brotherhood." Sunday school at 11:50.
Guild class meets at the Guild house.
Young people's guild at 6:30.
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
- Sunday schoog at 9:00 a. m. Morn-
\ing service at' 10:30. Evening wor-
ship at 7:30.
Trinity Lutheran Church
At 10:30 Rev. Lloyd M. Walik will
preach on "Playing with Religion."
University men's class at 11:30. Ves-
per service at 7:30.
Zion Lutheran Church
Students' bible class at 9:30. Ser-
mon at 10:30 on :'The Liar and His
Pals." At 7:30'the subject of the ser-
mon will be "The Priest Kings."
Morning service In German; evening
service in English.
Church of Christ (Disciple)
Students' class at 9:30. Mr. F. P.
Arthur'wil speak at 10:30 on "The Life
of the Gospel." Christian Endeavor
at 7:30. Subject, "Saul Redeemed."
S. Thomas' Roman Catholic Church
Masses at 6, 7:30, 9, and 10. Ser-
m6n at 10:30.
Students' Catholic Chapel
Student services at 7:30 and 10.
The Rev. Fr. Bourke will officiate..
HUNDREDS RECEIVE RETURNS
OF ILLINOIS GAME AT UNION
Hundreds of men received the re-
turns from the Illinois game as they
came over a leased wire into the Un-
ion lobby Saturday afternoon. Re-
ports were immediately relayed to the

tap room, the billiard room, and the
third floor reading room.
A large board, ruled similar to a
gridiron, showed the position of the
ball on the playing field. Between
quarters, halves, and at other times
Harry Sparks, '20E, led yells, and the
building resounded with the cheers of
the throng."
A special appeal was made that
every one be present when ,the team
arrived- at 7 o'clock Sunday morning
from Urbana, whether it was victori-
ous or defeated.
Soo Students Meet to Form Club
Students from Sault Ste.. Maritmet
last week for the purpose of forming
a Soo club. Plans were formulated
'or a dancetosbe given Dec. 13. Elec-
tion of officers will 'be held later.

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FIRST
CONGREGATIONAL
CH ORCH
10:30 a. m.
LLOYD C. DOUGLAS
preaches on
"UNDERSTUDIES" n
a 6:30 p. m.
Plymouth Guild
Discusses labor questions
Leaders,~ Clyde Nutteni and
Edward Buckner.
7:45 p. m.
Mr. Douglas
addresses tdents
Topic:
"Rough Weather"
First
Baptist Church
Huron St., below State
10:30 a. m.
Public Worship .a
Sermon by
J. M. WELLS
'THE GREAT BROTHERHOOD'

Home meetings the rule
this month
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Phone 2358-Rl

Church of Christ,
DISCIPLES
South University Ave.
SERVICES:
10:30, subject, "The Life of the
Gospel."
9:30, Bible School.
Classes for Students
6:30, Christian Endeavor.
7:30, Sermon, "Saul Redeemed."

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Cor. S. State a
Rev. A. W. Sta
10:30,
"WHERE LI
Rev. A.

Sunday
Church

TODAY'S CHURCH

7:30
Wesleyan Guild Lecture:
Dr.Iita Kahn
Subject:~
"China's Appeal to Christian
America"
6:30
Wesleyan Guild Meeting
Subject: "Our Poor Relation"
Leader, Neil Ireland

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Fifth Ave. and William St.
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick
10:30 a. m., "Playing with Re-
ligion."
11:30 a. m., Students' Bible
Class.
7:30 p. m., Vesper Service.
ZION
Fifth Ave. and Washington St.
Rev. Ernest C, Stellhorn -
9:30 a. in., Students' Bible Class.
10:30 a. mn., "The Liar and His
*~Pals."
7:30 p. m., "The Priest Kings."
(Morning, German; Evening,
English.)

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Morning Theme:
"PETER'S SHADOW"
Noon, Prof. W. D. Hendf
speaks to students.
6:80, C. E. Society.
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11:50 a. iM.
Guild Class taught by'
HowaWd R. Chapman

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Baptist Students.

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SCHEDULE OF BIBLE CHAIR
CLASSES
444 South State Street

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Course I-"Upper Room" Class
-Saturday Evenings, 7 to 8
o'clock.
Course II-"University Men's
Class" -- Sunday Mornings,
9:30to 10:15 o'clock.
Course rn-General Survey 5of
the Bible - Thursday Even-
ings, 6:30 to 7:30 o'clock.
Course IV -- Methods. of Bible
Study and Teaching-Friday
Afternoons, 4:10 to 5 o'clock.
Course V--A Discussion 'Class
-Friday Evenings, 6:30 to
7:30 o'clock.

Leonard A. Barrett, Minister.
Mrs. Thomas S. Evans, See'y for
University Women.
Beni.C. Fairman, Aest. In Stu-
dent Work.
First Unitarian
Church
Cor. State and Huron Sts.
Sunday School, 9:30 a. m., and
Kindergarten during church.
Morning Service, 10: 30

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ni i o r Lngineers
Don Corduroys
junior engineers will begin
g corduroys Monday. This
the return of one of the en-
' most cherished customs. It
ecided last Wednesday at the
engineering class meeting that
ass should inaugurate Monday
dition of wearing corduroys for
ar.
D, the past the junior and fresh-
lasses will wear the light col-
rousers and the seniors and
pores will wear the dark cor-
IWN DESCRIBES
RANS-OCEAN TRIP S
"ontinued from Page One)
nd thus making all communi-
with the outside world .impos-
The second hour out the ex-
ipe became disengaged,'and the
t flame played directly upon a
ire, which became redhot but'
fortunately did not break.
before reaching Ireland, the
.e went into a sleet storm, and
eron control wires became
.which made lateral control
ible for a time. Finally when
chine made its landing at Clif-

to be an excellent landing field prov-
ed to be a bog, and the nose of the
machine went into the ground.
Lieut. Brown gave a thorough des-
cription of the various engineering
problems encountered and the man-
ner in which they were overcome. He
used the astronomical method of nav-
igation instead of the wireless meth-
od, being aided by the British admir-
alty and the air ministry who furnish-
ed a great deal of the apparatus used.
Large Mxahine Used
- The plane used was a Vickers-Vimy-
Rolls-Royce twin engine type, each
motor developing 350 horse power.
The wings had a span of 60 feet, and
the fuselage was 48 feet long.
In closing the lecture Lieutenant
Brown said that the time of aircraft
is here, not coming. He etplained the
hope that Great Britian and America
would be brought into a closer under-
standing of od another through fly-
ing. He does not believe, however,
that the heavier than air machine is
yet suitable for trans-Atlantichfdying
as the weight of carrying the neces-
,sary fuel would make freight or pas-,
senger carrying of any extent impra- -
tical.
Deplores America's Slowness
Suich trips wil come with. the devel-
opment of a motive power that does
not have the weight of gasoline. He
deplored the fact that though Amer-
ica was the first country to have the
airplane, it now was trailing other
countries in the development of air-
craft. This he said was due to lack
of legislation favorable to airplane

Cor. DIvision and Catherine
Services 7:30, 10:30, 4:30;
YOU KNOW THAT THE TRI-
ENN(IAL CONVENTION OF
THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
MET IN DETROIT LAST
MONTH. DO YOU KNOW
THAT IT MADE HISTORYI AT
THE MORNING SERVICE THE
RECTOR WILL GIVE AN AU-
THORITATIVE ACCOUNT OF
ITS OUTSTANDING ACCOMP-
LISHMENTS.

"MOB RULE"

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Young People's Forum 6:30,
preceded by socil hour./I
"'What Is Higher Criticism l"

REV. HENRY TATLOCK, D.J
Rector
REV. CHARLES T. WEBB

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attention to his footwear. Buy a
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Shoppe, 11 S. Main St.-Adv.
combination" at the Davis' Toggery
If you aren't satisfied, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
NOTICE-Patrons are reinded' that
the concert in Hill Auditorium, Mon-
*day evening, by the Detroit Sym-
phony Orchestra, will begin on time
(0 o'clock) and that the' doors will
be closed during the performance of
numbers. Holders of course tickets
are requested to detach, in advance,
and present for admission coupon

Curate
AT THE PACKARD
High grade couple dancing every
Monday and Thursday evening 8:00 to
10;,00-Adv.

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