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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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AlLY OFFICIAL BULL

COMMUNICATION SUPPORTS These foundations are certainly more
BRYAN'S EVOLUTION IDEA stable than the continually shifting
sand. of "science falsely so-called."
(Continued from Page Five) Christians may be "credulous," but to
relegated to the dump of discard. swallow the ape, lizard, horse theories,
Does not "Alumnus" know that accord- requires a degree of gullibility only to
I hA sud nd in admirArs of a man who.-

according to "Alumnus," preferred
having an ape rather than a man as a
grandfather.
H. A. CAMERON.
Mullanes Taffies at Tice's Drug
.tore, 117 So. Main.-Adv.

SMASONS ATTENTION
All Masons on the campus are invit-
ed to attend the regular meeting of
the Craftsmen's Club. Saturday even-
ing, Nov. 13th, at 7:30 P. M. at the
Masonic Temple. The third degree
will be conferred followed by a recep-
tion for the officers of the grand lodge
of the state of Michigan.-Adv.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1920.

Number 84.

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'o the Freshman and Sophomore Classes in the Colleges of Literature,
Science and the Arts and Engineering and Architecture:
Your classes on Saturday morning, Nov. 13, will not be held in order
hat you may participate in the annual class contests. This action is taken
n accordance with the recommendations of the deans of the colleges con-
:erned. M. L. BURTON, President.
JUniversity Club:
There will be a special business meeting of the club at the room in
Alumni Memorial hall at 8 o'clock Friday evening, Nov. 12, after which
here will be an entertainment. Members are urged to bring new members
>f the Faculty as guests. F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
Law School - Special Lectures:
INVESTMENTS - The next lecture in this course, by Mr. Dallas M.
Boudeman, will be given Friday, Nov. 12, at 4 p. m., in Room B of the Law
building.
MICHIGAN STATUTES - The next lecture in this course will be given
Yriday, Nov. 12, at 5 p. m., in Room B of the Law building.
H. M. BATES, -Dean.
Art Exhibit:
The collection of Seascapes by Woodberry will continue to be on ex-
hibition throughout this month at Memorial Hil from 2 to 5 including
Sunday. On Wednesday at 3 Mr. E... Barnes will give a gallery talk, and
on Sunday at 3 Mr. Wilfred Shaw will give a lecture. There will be two
gallery talks each week; announcement of these will be made in The Mich-
igan Daily. H. P. THIEME.

ing to an eminent Harvard investiga-
tor, it is the lizard, and not the ape,
that is our grandfather? Or was it the
horse? Really I am nut sure not hav-
ing the article handy. Anyway, ape,
horse, or lizard, it makes no difference:
like the false witnesses mentioned in
Mark 14:59, their testimony does not
agree together. What "Alumnus"
should do is to find out the latest
theory as to his ancestors. It is not
the ape. He might seem a reaction-
ary to even quote it.
"Alumnus" makes fun of the "founda-
tions of belief" that satisfy Christians.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
_!:14 - Law fauity luncheon, room
133, Union.
4:16-Lecture by Baron De Geer, Na
tural Science auditorium.
6:30-Ambulance club dinner, Union.
60 -Theta Delta Chi dinner, room
318, Union.
6:30-Michigan Dental society dinner
roofa 319, Union.
7:00-Varsity band meets at engineer-
ing arch.
7:30--Calvinise club meets, Union.
7:30--Chinese Student club Meeting,
Lane hall.
7:30-Pep meeting, Hill auditorium.
7 :0-Bayotne, N. J., club meets in
room 304, Union.
7:30 - St. Paul Lutheran Students
meet at Young People's club room,
Third and West Liberty streets.
7:30-All Filipino students meet in
basement of Lane hall.
8:00-Lecture by Baron De Geer, Na-
tural Science auditorium.
S:0--Intereollegiate Socialist society
meets in room P 162, Natural Sci-
:ence building.
t8-Classical club will hold inita-
tion of new members in Barbour
gymnasium, followed by an informal
party and dance.
SATURDAY
S:00-Chicago-Michigan football game
at Ferry field.
7:30- Craftsmen's club will confer
third degree for the grand officers of
the state of Michigan at Masonic
temple, corner Huron and Main
streets. All Masons invited.
7:30 - Ann Arbor Radio association
meeting in room 248, Engineering
building.
8:00-Concert by the United States
Marine band in Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICES
The exhibition of Woodbury's paint'
lugs in Alumni Memorial hall will
be open from 2 to 5 o'clock on both
Friday and Saturday afternoons.
..embers of the United States Marine
club are requested to meet at
Wbite's studio at 10 o'clock Sunday
for Michiganensian photograph.
Subscriptions for the Michganensia
will be taken at the Michiganensian
office, Ann Arbor Press building,
every afternoon this week.
Senior engineer officers and chairmen
of committees are requested to have
their pictures taken as soon as pos-
sible for the Michiganensian.
Bayonne, N. J., club meets in room 804,
Union, 'immediately after the Pep
meeting Friday night.
Baron De Geer Speaks Twice Today
Baron De Geer, the distinguished
Swedish geologist, will speak at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon and again at 8
o'clock this evening in the Natural
Science auditorium on "An Auto-
graphic Record of Climate for the
Past 10,000 Years." The first address
will be on "Working Methods," and
the second on "Application to Swed-

ADIINLSPORTS
SOUTH AFRICANS
TAKE SOCCER GAME
Yesterday's soccer game between
the South African and the South
American soccer teams resulted in a
rather one sided victory for the South
Africans, who displayed a brilliant
attack and won 12 goals to 0. The
victors showed marked superiority in
all departments of the game and the
result was never in doubt.
Today's schedule in the Interfra-
ternity soccer tournament is: Alpha
Sigma Phi vs. Sigma Chi, Phi Chi vs.
Signus club, Phi Gamma Drta vs.
Phylon. Games are scheduled to
start promptly at 3:30.
The All-campus cross country run
will start at 4:10 today, from Water-
man gymnasium, on the 'three mile
course. This event will be the last
intramural meet for the fall. The
course will be identical with that run
last week by the freshmen, which was
covered in 14:47 1-5 by Harry Davis.
Runners finishing in the first six po-
sitions will receive numerals re-
gardess of class. All men except
Varsity and All-fresh are eligible to
compete.
SWIM1ING TEAM USING
"Y" POOL FOR PRACTICE
(Contued from page Three)
In the long events such as the 220
and 440 yard swims, Hubbard is show-
ing to good advantage, and the dives
are in capable hands with White, of
last year's Varsity, taking care of
,them. Goldsmith, another diver of
last year's Varsity, is handling the
coaching of the freshman candidates,
and Babcock is another old man who
Is back on 'the job early.
Neither is the ability confined to
the veterans. Among the new men
who show promise are Wallin, Corby.
Orr, Coates, Glegson Bowen, and
Kuhn. They are working out regu-
larly, and if their performances are
any criterion of their abilitytto de-
velop Michigan's swimming team for
the year 1920-21 will be a well bal-
anced organization.
The first meet for which plans have
been laid will take place on Dec. 4,
when the Detroit Athletic club is
having an invitation swim. Water men
from all over the state are expected
to take part and Coach Drulard plans
to make several entries.
SEATING ARRANGEMENTS AT
FIELD INCREASED FOR GAME
(Continued from Page Three)
sidered for seats in the main stands
and to accommodate this overflow the
bleachers that do duty in Waterman
gymnasium have been moved to the
field and placed at the east end. These
seats will take care of 850 of the un-
lucky ones. Just adjacent to the
bleachers an extra standing room
space has been set up for 1,500 peo-
,ple.

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