MHAT'S GOING ONI
n cordoroys trousers in your size.
only a limited number.
ned and leather coats-better look
1:00-Union Service committee meets
in Lane hall..
1:15-Iota Sigma Pi meets in room
303 Chemistry building.
6:45-Menorah society board of di-
rectors meet in Lane hall.
7:00-Upper Room Bible elass meets
at 444 S. State street.
7:30-Student Volunteers meet in Lane
hall. Dr. Lerrigo speaks.
7 :30-Bayonne, N. J., club meets in
Lane hall. /
73 --Varsity basketball game. Mich-
igan vs. Kalamazoo College in Wat-
S:00-Scalp and Blade meets In room
206 of Union,
6:30-Baptist guild meeting. Lee B.-
6:30--Unitarian guild forum. Mr.
Lewis Eich will read "The Other
7:30-New England club meets in
Lane hall. Dean Effinger speaks.
7:30-Senior society meets at Martha
8:00-New York Chamler Music so-
ciety gives concert in Hill auditor-
IM2 S. Univ.
7:15-Athena Literary society
open meeting. Prof. I. Leot
Proofs of group photographs taken of
University organizations for the
1920 Michiganensian must be approv-'
ed and selected- before Christmas,
vacation as they are to be sent away
for engravings during the holidays.
Prof. Blanehard Spoke at Convention
Prof. Arth(ur H. Blanchard of the
department of civil engineering, de-
livered an address upon "The Neces-
sity of and Suggestions for groper
Co-operation between Adjoining States
for the Purpose of Keeping, the Cost
of Materials and Construction within
Fair Limits," at the convention of the
American Association of State High-
way Officials, held at Louisville, Ky.-
last Monday. .
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I am unaware whether "Medic '21"
intended his letter, printed in your is-
sue of the 12th inst., to be witty or
impertinent. It is not witty, it is be-
side the point. On general principles,
it would seem advisable that, ere rush-
ing into print, correspondents should
take pains to acquaint themselves
with the facts. The facts as to occa
sional lectures presented officially by
the University of Michigan, are as fol-
lows: Some years ago, at the re-
quest of several members of the staff,
the Regents placed in th2ehands of the
President a sum of $1,000 per anndm,
to be expended for the purpose of
bringing to the University distinguish-
ed scholars or investigators who hap-
pened to be in the vicinity of Ann Ar-
Grants varying from $50 to $150 are
drawn from this fund on the recom-
mendation of local representatives of
the subject in whichthe proposed lec-
turer has achieved eminence. The ar-
rangements lae made with the lectur-
ers inivdidually, not with professional
bureaux. As a result, many eminent
men have appeare4 on our platform. A
superficial examination of. the list
would suffice to reveal that no inquiry
was made concerning their political
views. The concern has been their
contribution to knowledge or to prac-
As to Lord Dunany, I am unaware
what his terms may have been. I am
aware that he was brought to Detroit
by a bureau-taking the usual commis-
sion, no doubt. I am unaware wheth-
er M. Maeterlinck was' "handled" by
a bureau, but I happen t'know that
his terms were $750 for a single lec--
Udder such circumstances, it Is per-
fectly obvious that arrangements and
risks must be undertaken by a non-
official organization. In any case, the
University has no funds to contribute
to a professional venture for private
gain. The fees paid now to scholars
and investigators are not in the na-
ture of compensation, they constitute
merely a honorarium, to cover inci-
R. M. WENLEY,
Professor of Philosophy.
SPEEDY HALF MILE
The season's fastest time in distance
running was made Friday by- Burk-
holder, of last year's varsity, when he
did the 880 yard run in 2;05.
At Waterman gym, yesterday, it
seemed as though every piece of appa-
ratus was being used to its utmost
value by some member of Coach Steve
Farrell's track squad. The distance
men are showing more speed as is
evidenced by Burkholder's running.
Joiner, a sophomore, gives much prom-
Ise in the 440 yard dash and, with
coaching, should develop Into a de-
pendable runner. Wesbrook is con-
tinuing to have good form in the pole
vault. Johnson was out Friday and
gave evidence of his ability to get over
the hurdles in his old time form. The
way Johnson is coming into shape is a
source of much sdtisfaction to those
who have high hopes for Michigan
N. E. Club to Hear Dean Effinger
Dean J. R. Iffinger of the literary
college, will address the New Eng-
land club at 7:30 o'clock Monday
night at Lane hall. A large attend-
ance is desired as important business
matters will be discussed.
Typewriting 'promptly, and neatly
done. O. D. Morrill, ii Nickels Ar-
L. C. Smith, Corona and second-
hand typewriters. O. D. Morrill, 17
Gilberts and Webers Chocolates in.
any size for Xmas at CUSHINOS
- AS US-
Phone 87 for Single and Double Cut-
ters. Special attention to pleasure
parties. We can take you in the coun-
try where supper will be served. -Mul-
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If you aren't satisfed, we can't be.
We make "Portraits that Please" you
at Derr Studio.-Adv.
Fine line of M and Numeral pipes at
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for we have
Rebuilt Multiplex Hammond .'type-
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"CREOLE PRALINES," Tice's Drug
Store, 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW if you
want Mac Diamids Candies for Xmas
('gifts at Cushing's Pharmacy.Adv.
The last full meeting of the Upper.
,Room Bible Class before the Christ-
gnas vacation this evening at 7 o'clock.
*11 University men cordially invited.
4pecial music, by Bertrand Bronson.
444 South' State Street.--Adv'
taste of the most,
We carry a line of mei's
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