THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920.
Freshmen of the Collge of Literature, Science, and the Arts:t
President Burton will give the last of his series of -"Talks to Fresh-
nen" on Monday, Nov. 15, at 4 p. m. in Hill auditorium. All Freshmen
hould be present.
oMege of Engineering:
All engineer freshmen will by special invitation join with the Literary
reshmen in meeting President Burton in Hill auditorium Monday. Nov.
5, at 4 p. m. The Roll will be taken the same as at Wednesday Assem-
les. Engineer freshmen will, for this meeting, be excused from other
xercises. The Wednesday Assembly will be held as usual.
M. E. COOLEY.
jollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty Monday, Nov. 15, at 4:15 p. R1,
a the auditorium of the Natural Science building, to elect members of the
tanding committees. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
The collection of Seascapes by Woodberry will continue to. be on lex-
ibition throughout this month at Memorial Hall from 2 to 5 including
lunday. On Sunday at 3 Mr. Wilfred Shaw will give a lecture. There will
e two gallery talks each week; announcemnt of these will be made in The
FAMOUS MINISTER TO SPEAK
AT CONGREGATIONAL BANQUET
Congregational students of the Uni-
versity will hold their seventh an-
nual banquet at 6:30 o'clock next
Tuesday evening, Nov. 16, at the
Union. The guest of the evening will
be the Rev. Charles F. Aked, D.D.,
LL.D. of the First Congregational
church of Kansas City. Dr. Aked is
one of the best-known pulpit orators
of the generation. He came to Amer-
ica in 1907 from Pembroke chapel,
Liverpool, to take the pulpit of the
Fifth Avenue Batpist church of New
York city. From there he went to
take the pastorate of First Congre-
gational church- of Los Angeles. He
was later called to Kansas City. As
he is an authority on the history of
the pilgrims in England and Holland.
his talk, "The English Story of the
Men of the Mayflower," will be of es-
Mr. Shirley W. Smith will act as
toastmaster at the banquet, and Fre-
da Stuart, '21, and Donald J. Thorp,
'21, will be the student speakers.
GIFT BOXES OF FINE STATION-
ARY on display. A deposit will hold
intil Christmas. O. D. Morrill, 17
When down town try Tice's famous
Chocolate Malted Milk, Chocolate Sodas
or Sundaes. 117 So. Main.-Adv.
Creole Pralines from New Orleans
at Tice's. 117 So. Main.-Adv.
For the game. Fresh MacDiarmid's
Chocolates at Cushing's Pharmacy.-
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We are in a position to furnish you with the
best meats on the market. We shall be glad
to have you call us. Phone 1091
The CENTURY Market
213 North Main St.
ClVoth In g
Complete outfit Including
shirt, pants, supporter
and shoes X4.25
H. P. THIEME.
WHAT'S GING ON
0:00 - "M" club meeting, reading
room, second floor, Union.
2:00-"M" club luncheon, room 318,
2:15-Class of '00L luncheon, room
:00-Chicago-Michigan football game
at Ferry field.
:00-Harvard club dinner, room 31S,
:30-Kappa Sigma dinner, room 321,
:00-Upper Room Bible class meets,
in Lane hall.
: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.
:30 - Ann Arbor Radio association
meeting in room 248, Engineering
:30-Entertainment for Ferris in-
stitute alumni, Harris hall.
:00-Phi Alpha Gamma dance at old
City library, 324 East Huron.
:00-Concert by the United States
Marine band in Hill auditorium.
:30 - University Men's Bible class
meets in Lane hall.
:15-Sphinx meeting, room 302, Un-
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 12. - Peace settled
over professional baseball today when
the opposing factions in the reorgan-
ization of the game reached an agree-
ment on every point at issue and
ended a war that for five days appar-
ently had disrupted both major
After a three hour conference own-
ers of the 16 clubs voted unanimous-
ly to make Judge Kenesaw M. Lan-
dis "chairman of baseball" and a
committee of one to act as a final
court of appeal in all matters of dis-
pute between the two minor leagues
and any minor leagues which may
join the two in organizing the game
Judge Landis accepted the proposi-
tion but it was stipulated that hr
might remain on the bench.
ATTENTION, AUTO OWNERS
Do you want that knock taken out of your motor, those
brakes relined or that system looked over?
WILL DO THE WORK IN YOUR OWN GARAGE
Mail a card to Box D. E., MICHIGAN DAILY
1-4 per cent off
1 11 1
SUIT and OVERCOAT SALE
Take advantage of the greatest Sale of Suits and Overcoats ever
put on the market at One-Quarter Off. These Suits and Overcoats are
all pure wool - guaranteed to give entire satisfaction in every re-
spect. No cheap goods to offer. Nothing but high grade merchandise
which we can GUARANTEE to give you all the wear you may expect.
$45.00 GORDON LEATHER COATS, Now. $3750
$4.50 AND $5.00 CLOTH HATS, Now. ......$2.98
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
cans for all "touch-up" jobs around the house.
FURNISHINGS-at a Discount of-........
SHEEP-LINED COATS-at a Discount of .......20%
Lo E. WENZEL
TO M C OR BE T T
116 E. LIBERTY STREET
THE YOUNG MEN'S STORE
Painting and Decorating
L ATE WIRE BRIEFS
Washington, Nov. 12. - President
Wilson issued a Thanksgiving proc-
lamation tonight, saying, "That in
plenty, security and peace for virtu-
ous and self reliant people was based
the future" and setting aside Thurs-
day, Nov. 25, for the usual annual
207 EAST LIBERTY ST.
:00-Vuleans picture to be taken at
e exhibition of Woodbury's paint-
ngs in Alumni Memorial hall will'
e open from 2 to 5 o'clock on both
F'ridfty and Saturday afternoons.
mbers of the United States Marine'
lub are requested to meet at
White's studio at 10 o'clock Sunday
'or Michiganensian photograph.
bscriptions for the Michiganensian.
4vill be taken at the Michiganensian
ffice, Ann Arbor Press building,
'very afternoon this week. -
ilor engineer officers and chairmen!
f committees are requested to have
heir pictures taken as soon as pos-
ible for the Michiganensian.
Kingston, 0., Nov. 12. - Three
armed bandits who today held up the
First National bank here, escaping in
an automobile, secured slightly less
than $100,000 in government bonds
and checks, bank officials announced
tonight. Although armed posses
started out immediately no trace of
the men has been found yet.
BARON DE GEER DELIVERS
TWO GEOLOGICAL LECTURES
Stating that it is between 15,000 and
30,000 years since the last great con-
tinental glacier spread . over North
America, and another one over north-
ern Europe, -Baron Gerard De Geer.
in his lecture in Natural Science au-
nne, N. J., club meets in room 304, ditorium last night, explained in some
ion, immediately after the Pep' detail how he arrived at his conclu-
eting Friday night. sions.
In his afternoon lecture, the baron
OUTS WANTED FOR GLEE explained his working methods, and
CLUB MINSTREL SHOW ACTS told of the many changes he had made
'Work on the minstrel show to be
>duced by the Varsity Glee and
ndolin club under the direction of
Union is progressing well," stat-
E. Mortimer Shuter, who is to di-
t charge of tryouts, yebterday.
ir good acts have already been ap-
>ved but a number more are want-
Mr. Shuter said.
ten who have any ability in soft
e and clog dancing, monologue
s, musicalnumbers, or anything
ginal in the way of entertaining
asked to try out.
Jr. Shuter will be in the old Union
lding from 10:30 to 5 o'clock today
meet all tryouts.
All men who care to take pic-
tures for the M~ichiganensian,
call Avery, phone 2220, or leave
names, addresses, and phone
iumbers at office in Press build-
ng. Post card size kodak most
lesirable, although others will
artha Washington Candles, fresh
ry Friday at Tice's, 117 So. Main.--l
before he arrived at his present meth-
od of procedure. At one time his re-
search took him within 12 degrees of
the North Pole, making extensive
studies in Spitzenburg, where are to
be found remnants of the ice age.
In his evening lecture De Geer
showed the similarity between the
North Amercian and European glac-
iers. Tomorrow morning the baron
leaves for New York city. He was
entertained by the geological faculty
at a luncheon at the Union, Thurs-
SLOGANS PAINTED BY CLASS
OF '23 BRING CRITICISM
As the result of the marking up of
several University buildings with
sophomore class slogans, one student
has already been apprehended by E. C.
Pardon, superintendent of the build-
ings and grounds department.
At the close of last Thursday's mass
meeting several sophomores, armed
with white paint and brushes, pro-
ceeded to paint signs of "Yea, '23,"
"Get the Frosh," and "Fight 'Em
'23," on several campus buildings. It
was not until Friday morning that
they were finally erased.
Page and Shaw Chocolates. Tice's
Drug Store, 117 So. Main St.-Adv.
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Caters to Fraternities and
Is organizing classes to
teach the handling of
local and Long Distance
Calls. The work is partic-
ularly interesting as it
consists of completing
calls not only within the
city, but to many other
acities in Michigan and
SALARIES ARE ATTRACTIVE
can be secured at
The Telephone Office
Capt. X's idea-
A round cigarette, loosely
rolled, made from the
famous Pall Mall blend
of 42 different kinds of
A big volume of cool,
mild smoke from the
eau t o a
-20 Pall Mall Rounds
(plain ends) in the
new foil package 0e
PLAIN OR CORK (REGULAR) IN BOXES OF 10, 50, 100 AS USUAL