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TO INSTALL SIGNALIN6
MICHIGAN ONE OF 10 SCHOOLS INk
U. S. TO HAVE ARMY
The University of Michigan has been
selected as one of ten of the higher
schools of learning by the Chief Signal
officer of the United States army, in
which signal corps radio sets will be
installed for the use of R. 0. T. C.
Other sclIpols that have been select-
ed are: Massachusetts Institute 01
Technology, Yale, Cornell, Illinois,
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Carnegie Insti-'
tute of Technology, Georgia Institute
of Technology, and Texas College of
Agriculture and Mining.
High power continuous wave appa-
ratus of signal corps design are to be
installed in each of these schools ana
students in the Signal corps of the R.
0. T. C. units in these places will be
assigned to the station.
Capt. James A. B. Bogman, of the
signal corps, who has been transferred
to the University from Camp Alfred
Vail, N. J., will be in charge of the
local work under Major Arthur.
Original 1787 Copper Coin Found
Dover, Mass.,. Nov. 3.-A Franklin
penny, the first copper coin to be au-
thorized by Congress, has been found
on the homestead of one of the first
settlers here. It was struck in 1787
and is one of a few that were coined.
IB~umpers' To 7k
It is estimated that in the neighbor-
hoodof 200 Michigan students will
"bum" their way to Columbus to see
the Michigan-O. S. U. football game.
The adventurers will leave Ann
Arbor Friday noon and arrive in Co-
lumbus Friday night if they are lucky,
Saturday morning if they have a few
difficultieds, or later if they become
intimately acquainted with the toe of
a healthy brakeman's foot.,
There are two good routes by which
these aspirants of excitement can
reach the city of the big game. The
first is by route of the baggage cars,
from Ann Arbor to Toledo, and then,
by route of the "Big Four," from
Toledo to Columbus. The other way
is by the open road, depending upon
pick-up rides, from Ann Arbor to
Wayne, from Wayne to Toledo, Toledo
to Perrysburg, Perrysburg to Fos-
toria, Fostoria to Delaware, and from
Delaware to Columbus. The first ol
the two routes will be the more popu-
lar and well travelled way.
Many other students will go to Co-
lumbus by way of automobiles, anca
some, even by trucks. There is one
group of rooters who are going to
follow the policy of the 19 students
who went by way of truck to the Chi-
cago game last year, and ride on a
O'Neill Plays in 149 Games
Cleveland, O., Nov. 3.-Steve O'Neill,
star catcher with the championship
baseball team, established a new
American League record this season
by. participating in 149 games.
LOCAL PROFESSORS' SOCI
Michigan Chapter of National Organ.
izatlon Chooses Officers
The election of officers and the form-
ulation of plans for the coming year
were the outstanding features at the
ieeting of the local chapter of the
American Association of University
professors Wednesday at the Union.
Professor Wenley, acting as chair-
rian, stated that a general meeting of
all chapters of the association at Chi-
cago next December had already been
decided upon, the purpose of the gath-
ering being to decide upon the addi-
tion of new members. The league now
is the largest of its kind In the world,
and practically all professors of large
universities are members.
Prof. E. C. Case, of the geology de-
HARVARD AND SYRACUSE WISH
TO ENTER BASKETBALL LEAGUE I
Harvard and Syracuse wish to enter
the Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball
league, according to reports from the:]
latter school Members of the league
at present are Yale, Princeton, Colum-
bia, Cornell, Dartmouth, and Pennsyl-
Syracuse wished to enter the league
this year but this would cause diffi-
culty in the schedule on account of
an unequal number of teams..t
3 "N" Men on Purple Court Squad 1
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 3.-Coach Ray1
Etler of Northwestern University, ex-f
pects to have three letter men from
last year's team as the nucleus of the.
1920 basketball squad.
partment, was elected chairman, suc-
ceeding Professor Wenley. Professor
Vibbert, of the philosophy department,
was elected secretary.
After an order was issued for an-
other meeting within the next two
weeks, the meeting .adjourned.
Three presidents were chosen by
the Educational club to serve during
the present year at a meeting the
other night in the Union.
The men elected were: H. H.
Lowry, A. G. Leonard, '21, and N. V.
Russell, '18. J. B. Edmondson was
elected -master of ceremonies.
The Educational club is a social or-
ganization open to all members of the
University, who intend to take up
teaching. Meetings are held every
other Wednesday night on the third
floor of the Union.
LOCAL ROTARY. CLUB TAKES
UP PLAN FOR SOCIAL BUDGET
At the meeting of the Rotary club
Wednesday noon the matter of the
Ann Arbor Social Service budget was
This movement is for the purpose
of raising funds for public institutions
and charities, and is being carried on
by eleven teams, composed of mem-
bers of the Rotary club, Conopus club,
as well as other public-spirited citi-
zens.- There are also members of the
University faculty working on this
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WINES FIELD, SATURDAY, NOV. 6
FINC HLEY INVITES ATTENTION
MICHIGAN -0. S. U. RETURNS BY QUARTERS
EXECUTED IN SILKS, SELECTED IN PER-
SON BY FINCHLEY IN JAPAN.
ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
ANN ARBOR, MICH.