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FALL CONTESTS

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PIANO, or Player-Piano, one of
the several makes which we han-
-the Artrio Angelus Reproducing,
A. B. Chase, the Christman, the
ustigrande, and the Becker Bros.-
make an ideal Christmas gift. And
already time to begin thinking of

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isidering a piano, we would advise that you pace
rly in order to avoid the possibility of disappoint-
t present our stock is very complete.

603 East William
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'hecks as issued by this bank. They
>f $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
roads, etc., without identification.

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facing parallel line in center of the
field on which nine bags are placed
some 30 feet apart.
2. The contest will be divided into
two 10 minute halves with 10 min-
utes between halves.
3. In order to make the contest
fair and even in numbers the fresh-
man class will be divided so that the
men entering the first half will not
be qualified to enter in the second
half. This rule is'due to the greater
number of freshmen than sophomore;
Any vi4atioxn of this provisin will te
suffcelenthgroun.ds to award the con-
test to the sophomores.
4. Any bag off the center line at
the end of the first half will be ac-
credited to the side on whi it is.
The distance from the bag to center
line will be measured accrediting the
side with the number; of yards from
the center line.
6. At the end of the contest the
class having the most bags over their
goal line or the greatest yardage will
be declared the winners. Ffty yards
gained will be considered equal to
one bag over the goal1ine. This con-
'test will count for three points.
HOUSE COMMITTE,
TO DISCUSS RULES
- Suggestions of house rules to be
presented to the board of directors
were considered at a meeting of the
Union house committee for 2:30 to
5:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.
Several more meetings will be nec-'
essary before the suggestions are
completely Arawn up. The next meet-
ing will probably be the latter part
of this week.
Following their adoption by the
board of directors, the rules will be
made public. A copy of them will
be sent probably to every member of
the Union, and framed copies will be
placed on the 7alls about the Union.
Matters concerning the uses of the
Union building and other relative sub-
jects will be governed in the rules.
The personnel pf the house commit-
tee is: chairman; James I. McCln-,
tock, '21L, Angus doetz, '22M, Harry
Carey, '20, Carl Johnson, '20, Waldo
McKee, '20, Prof. Henry Riggs, Her-
bert Watkins, '12, and Harry O. Pot-
ter, '07.
REVIEW APPOINTS J-LAWS
TO EDITORIAL BOARD
Seven Junior laws have been ap-
pointed to the editorial board of the
Michigan Law Review. Th~.ey are A.
W. Boyd, L. H. Mattern, F. C. Patter-
son, H. M. Shapero, H. P. Smith, W.
N. Snow, . E. Waterbury.
A meeting of these men is to be
held at 3 o'clockWednesday in the
offices of the Review.
CERCLE FRANCAIS TO HEAR
PROF. RENE TALAMON TODAY
Prof. Rene Talamon will deliver
the first Cercle Francas lecture of
the year at 4:30 olock this after-
.noon in room 203 Tappan hall.
Professor Talamon has been away
for four years in service and it was
thought particularly fitting that he
should give the first talk of the se-
ries.
PROF. WENLEY LECTURES ON
"ETHICS" IN DETROIT.CHURCH
Prof. R. M. Wenley, of the depart-
ment of philosophy,, gave the first of
a series of eight lectures on "Eth-
ics" Tuesday evening in the First
Unitarian church of Detroit. "Pres-

ent Discontents" formed the sub-top-
ic of the opening lecture.
Marriages Outnumber Divoreps
Marshall, Nov. 18.-Marriages are
still more popular than div I'ces in
Calhoun county but, according to the
county records, there were filed 50
bills of complaint for divorce decrees
in October, while only 103 marriage
licenses were issued during the same
month.
No reason for the large proportion
of divorce actions has been advanced
by the county authorities.
Bayonne Club Plans to Advertise
At the eighteenth regular meeting
of the Bayonne (N. J.) club, held Sat-
urday evening on the third floor of the
Union, plans for a publicity campaign
were made. In an attempt to bring
more Bayonne students to Michigan
the club decided to place a copy of
the "Michiganensian" in the high
school library.L. Conrad, grad., H.
Herman, '21, and J. Linder, '22E,
were appointed to make plans for an
essay contest for the students of Bay-
onne High School.

WEDNESDAY
9:00-Sophomores who wish to try out.
for shuttle race ieet in gymnasium.
3:00-Soph lits meet in auditorium of
U-hall to elect captain of spring
games.
3:00-Thanksgiving University serv-
ices committee meets at Union.
4:00-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
at Union.
1:00-Glee and Mandolin club man-
agers' staff meet in offices.
:15--Fresh Lit social committee
meets in room 306 of Union.
1:30-Cercle Francais lecture by Pro.
fessor Rene Talamon in room 203
f Tappan hall.
7:00- ehigdkii Zionist society meets
in Lane hail,
7:00-Sigma Delta Chi meets' in
Union,
7:15-Commerce club meets In room
316 of Union.
7:30-All-Forester smoker in Forest-
ry club rooms in Natural Science
building.
3:00-Rehearsal of Union orchestra in
room 303 of Union. '
Thursday
'7:00-Glee club rehearsal at School of'
Musics
7 00-Phi Sigma meets in room Ji 174
Ner Science building.
7:I5--Boxing club meets in room 806
of Union. .
7:30-Pontiac club meets in Lane
hall.
7:30-Philip P. Sharples, chemist,
lectures in room 348 Engineering
building.
.7 :30-Alumni members /of Edaomoc
club of Detroit meets at*-302 South
'Division street.
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
FRIDAY
7:00-NN York laity club meets in
room 323 of Union.
j7:30-Cosmopolitan club meets In U.
hall.
8:00-Chinese students 0lub social
in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Glee and Mandolin club members who
have not received their last year's
pins may secure them by calling at
the office, 328 Natural Science
building, between 2 and 5 any day.
Budget Campaign
Reaces $2o,500

MEXICAN PROBLEMS COME
BEFRE CABINET MEMBERS
LANSING PRESIDES AT DISCUS-
CUSSION; REACH NO
DECISION
(By Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 18.-The whole
Mexican situation including the ar-
rest of William O. Jenkins, American
consular agent at Puebla, and oil leg-
islation was discussed today by Pres-
ident Wilson's cabinet but if any de-
cision was reached it was not made,
known.
Secretary Lansing, who presided,
refused to say what took place\but
Secretary Glass said the government
apparently was unable to "find out
anything about the Jenkins case.
Sometime after the cabinet ad-
journed 'the state department an-
nounced that the acting minister of
Mexican foreign affairs had informed
the American embassy at Mexico City
that the state authorities at Puebla
had been instructed not to molest Mr.
Jenkins, who previously had reported
that he was being restricted to his
home by the state officials.
ALL-FORESTERS' FIRST SMOKER
WILL BE HELD TONIGHT
Songs of the woods, eats, speeches
and smokes will be enjoyed by all for-
esters in the University at 7:30
o'clock tonight when the first All-
Foresters' smoker of the year will be
held in the club rooms n the Natural
Science building. \
Aside.from the social nature of the
affair, an interesting, program has
beni arranged,. Prof." >PsC. Case, of
the geology department, will talk on
some of his experiences in the West,
and members of the Forestry club al-
so give short speeches. The smoker
is given without charge and all for-
esters are invited to attend, especial-
ly freshmen
SCNLANDERER & SEYFRIED
JEWELERS
Quality and Service
113 E. Liberty St.
Ani Arbor, Mich.

"Industrial Union" was the
of an address given before I
tercollegiate Socialist society
University, by Mr. Wm. A. Log
bor leader, Tuesday evening.
Mr. Logan briefly sketched t
tory of the entire labor movem
this country, tracing especial
growth of such organizations
American Federation of Labc
next discussed the rapid gro
capitalism and trusts, and tli
lation towards the present ten
of larger.industrial union.
DELTA U FALLS TO ALPHA
IN FIRST FRATERNITY

A D. U. R. express bound for
troit Sunday night struck, a Ford
attempting to cross the tracks.
force of the impact derailed the
press, delaying traffic for some
or three hours.
The car was turned over' in a
lision with another car and w
righted was thrown across the ri
of way. The occupants escaped,
the Ford was completely burned
only the frame work being left.
The accident occurred about
miles from Ann Arbor and a wre
ing crew was sent out from YpsilF
to clear the wreckage and replace
express on the track.
LOGAN SPEAKS TO SOCIALIST\
SOCIETY ON "INDUSTRIAL UNI4

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11:34 a. m.. to midnight.
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In the first interfraternity football
ganje of the season, Alpha Sig defeat-
ed Delta U 6 to 0,yesterday on Ferry
field.
Following is the interfraternity
schedule: Wednesday-Sigma Alpha
Epsilon vs. Sigma Nu; Delta Chi Del-
ta vs. Theta Xi; Phi Kappa Sig vs.
Lambda Chi. Thursday-Sigma Phi
Epsilon vs. Alpha Delta Phi; Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Kappa Sig; Phi
Delta Theta vs. Theta Chi. Friday-
Delta Sigma Delta vs. Sinfonia.

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Subscriptions for the Budget drive
"for Ann Arbor have reached a total
of $20,500.
The two volunteer days netted
about $2,600. The banks of the city
took the sujscriptions -Saturday and
Monday, afil although the volunteer
days are over, those whom the solic-
itors do not reach, may take sub-
scriptions to the banksortto the cam-
paign office in- the National bank
building.
Men in cha;ge expressed themselves
as well satisfied with the results of
the two days receipts and hope to
get the rest of the required $40,000
before Friday. A banquet was held
Tuesday 'night at the city Y. M. C. A.,
from which 100- picked business men
started out on their task of supple-
menting the work of the original can-
vassers. These men have pledged
their time for the next three days and
will see a number of people whose
names the committee has. The list
numbers about 1,000.
The campaign will be closed by an-
other banquet at the city Y. M. C.
A. Friday night when the solicitors
will make their final reports and
when, the managers hope, the quota
will be raised.
CHIN SE STUDENTS' CLUB TO
HAVE SOCIAL MEETING FRIDAY
A social meeting will be held by the
Chinese Students' club at 8 o'clock
next Friday evening in Lane hall. A
feature of the social will be a speech
by Dr. Ida Kahn. In addition to this
there will be a piano duet, gamies and
refreshments.
Read the Michigan Daily for Campus
news.-7,Adv.

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