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November 21, 1919 - Image 6

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Sol

sins spoke
he Class-
Memorial
ess~ being
ent Class-

ped ',I~iud
pointed out
t forget the
course, like
lps to devel-
able for that
He said that
tle of the
tudied while
t sure.it had
nd more ac-

resident Hutchins gave
n the value of such
it opens the door to
ation. Moreover, the
ie believed in it be-
he foundation for the
ern languages. "We
classics in practical
"But," he went on,
of those studies. Why?
ethods used' in those
ethods used in modern
f Life Overemphasized
in he gave for believ-
y was that li order to
enuous work is neces-
in the strenuous work
the classics for it is
vork that is necessary
President Hutchins
pheld the study of the
it furnishes a back-
rk in any profession.
ry training .before you
one of his sugges-
s who plan on enter-

SWHA'S GOING O
FRIDAY
2:15-Junior engineer football team
report at Spedding's (formerly
White's) studio. No football clothes.
5:80-Athena Literary society Initia.
tion in Barbour gymnasium.
7:00-New York city club meets in
room 323 of Union.
7:30-MInnesita mass meeting in Hill
auditorium.
8:00-Chinese students' dlub social
in Lar shall.
«:00-Unitarian gald have party in
guild hall.
SktURDAN
11:00-"' club meets on third floor
of Union.
2:80-Varsity football game. -Minne
sota vs. Michigan at Ferry field.
7:80-Oosmopoltan club meets 14
rooms in University hall. Postpon-
ed from Friday night.
7:30-Student. Volunteer meeting in
Lane hall.
SUNDAY
2:00-Glee and Xaindlin club picture
at Randall's studio. Men be in
evening dress.
2:0-Plano recital by John Meldrunm,
blind pianist, in Hill auditoriuni.
6:80--Unitarian guild meeting. Prof.
A. E. Wood of Sociology department
speaks.
8:00-3tenorah society meets inLane
hall. Ex-Consul Louis J. Rosen-
berg speaks.
SUNDAY
4:00-Comedy club tryouts for "Alice
Sit-by-the-Fire"
47:00-Actors in Cosmopolitan clul
play meet in .rooms in Univesity
hall.
7:30-Rochester students meet to
make plans for a Rochester club.
SENIOR LITS AND DENTS
TO SETTLE GRID RATING
(Continued from, Page Three)
Delta Sigma Delta outplayed Sinfonia
eleven until the final& minutes battle
when thelatter completed two forward
passes to Moore and forged ahead.
Richards, Thompson, and Scheidler
played the stellar role for Delta Sigma
while Wright starred for the losers.
A final score of 12 to 6 resulted from
30 minutes of combat.
Further matches will be played in
the interfraternity series today when
Alpha Delta Phi is scheduled to meet
Sigma Phi Epsilon at 2 o'clock and
Psi Upsilon is charted to clash with
Alpha Sigma Phi at 3:45.
MEN NAMED TO ASSIST IN
MANAGEMENT OF FALL-GAMES
(Continued from Page One)
H. Taggart, '20; B. V. and R. W. Sev-
erance, '2Q; H. F. Stotser, '20;M IDA
Kink, '21; K. A. McCrory, '20; C. A.
Stetler, '20; B. F. Adams, '21E S. V.
Bolton, '21E.
.Casey Jones, '21E; Ray Smith, '20;
W. G. Bade, '20; R. G. Marshall, '21E;
J. B. Gibhart, '21E; John Hearding,
'21E; Ted Kingsford, '21; G. Hearde-
man, '20; V. G. 4ancaster, '20; D. P.
Yerkes, '20; 0. V. Gates, '21; Lincoln
Avery, 10;'Herbert Slusser, '20, and
'Jack Williams, '21.,
OFFICERS FOR YEAR ELECTED
THURSDAY BY UbOLJY CLUB
Cooley club, the new law debating
society, met Thursday evening in Jef-
fersonian lall of the Law building
and elected officers for the year.The

men chosen were: president, Robert
Mathews, '21Li vice-president, L. W.
Mosher,.'20L; and secretary-treasur-'
er, Edward Buckner, '22L.
A permanent trial staging commit-
tee was appointed consisting of, J.
M. Durbin, '22L, Floyd W. Cone, '20L,
and J. H. Moore, '22L. The time set
for regular meetings was at 7:15
o'clock every Thursday evening.

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dark but the committee in
confident that it is close
the correct color so that
ge letter it cannot be dis-
nx each yellow flag there is'
z the center but there are
he blue flags.
ctions for Flag Holders
gan, '20, who has been ap-
airman of the pep meeting
d who is also managing the
stated last night that teams
chosen to do the work of
e flags to the seats Satur
ing. They are made up of
men who understand the
oughly. The execution of
letails is in charge of six
, each of, whom have had
signed to them to help.
ving all the instructions
to theaholders of \seats in
'M" have been arranged for
be given out at the gates
afternoon. They will in-
uctions as to when to hold
up, how todhold them and
nidle' them during the yells.
ESTION TO COME UP
kRD OF REGENTS TODAY
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of the possibilities of a
ante requiring pasteurized
. Vaughan said, "In air"up-
es there is an ordinance re-
at all milk be pasteurized
. Of the two, pasteurized
h the safest and the cheap-'
e is always the danger of
e rigid inspection of the
nilk grow lax and often
ucers begin to have a high
their milk they are only
d their milk let through
ould be'thrown out. Certi-
s much mnore open to infec-
pasteurized milk. Then
e economical side. Pasteur-
is cheaper and generally

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Of its sixty years' prestige.
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WILL EXCUSE CGASSES
--On account of the fall, games,
freshmen and sophomores may
be excused from classes in the
College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts and in the Colleges
of Engineering and Architecture
Saturday morning, Nov. 22.
JOHN R. EFFINGER,
WM. H. BUTTS,
EMIL LORCH.

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