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Volume I


23, 1920.

Number 43.

College of Engineering:
Thanksgiving Vacation, Nov. 25, is for one day only. No excuses al-
lowed except for sickness, with satisfactory doctors' certificates. The Fac-
ulty will report all absences before and after this vacation. Instructors
may condition students who are absent without excuse on the day before
or the day after any regular vacation.'
W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean.
Seniors in College of Engineering:
Will have their next assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 11 o'clock in
Room 348, Engineering building. Dean Cooley will speak. Important class
business will be transacted. H. H. HIGBIE.
Students in Electrical Engineering, 2A:
Ten o'clock lecture section will occupy Room 411 on Tuesday, Nov. 23,
instead of Room 348. The 1 o'clock lecture section will meet in the usual
place. H. H. HIGBIE.
Law School Special Lectures-The Use of Law Books:
Books at 1 o'clock Monday, Nov. 22, in room C.
The course will take up the use of all kinds of law books, cross refer-
ences, and the analysis of subjects. The courses will continue daily, except
on Thanksgiving day, through the week.
H. M. BATES, Dean.
Thanksgiving Recess:
'The Thanksgiving Day Recess consists of Thursday, November 25,
only. All classes meet as usual on Wednesday, November 24, and Friday,
November 26.
In the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts each absence on
Wednesday and Friday, November 24 and 26, counts as three. For absences
on those days the Committee on Attendance accepts only excuses from
Dean Effinger.. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Members of Masques who are interested in organizing a group to work
on a marionette play will meet Mrs. Bradley M. Davis and Miss Winslow in
the west parlor of Barbour gymnasium at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon.
Romance Club Meeting:
There will be a meeting of the Romance Club on Tuesday, Nov. 23, at
4:30 o'clock, Mfichigan Union, Room 306. Papers by Professors Talamon
and, Barja. A. C. CANFIELD.
All former Central Michigan Normal Students meet in room 302, at 7

(By Associated Press)
Chicago, Nov. 22.-Statistics which
tend to show that there is a spirit of
retrenchment in the nation's indus-
tries and that wages and the cost of
living are going down throughout the
country, were presented to Federal
Judge Alscheur by L. H. B. Welt, rep-
resenting the packing companies in
the hearing over demands of 225,000
employees for an increase of $1 a day
in their wages.
Washington, Nov. 22-Senator Reed,
of Missouri, Pomerene, of Ohio, and
Shields, of Tennesse, all Democrats,
are among those invited by President-
elect Harding to confer with him on
the league of nations issue and other
matters, after his return from Pana-
ma, according to Harry M. Dougherty,
Mr. Harding's pre-convention mana-
ger who is in Washington today.
Constantinople, Nov. 22.-The con-
dition of the refugees aboard the 90 or
more ships strung along the Bosphor-
ous is appalling, and a terrible cat-
astrophe is feared unless prompt
measures are taken to land the thous-
ands who are writhing in misery and
pain. The correspondent visited sev-
eral of these floating hospitals and
"madhouses" today, and returned to
shore with forebodings of impending
Freshman Class Dues Called For
For the payment of freshman class
dues, the class treasurer will be in the
booth opposite the Registrar's office in
University hall on the following days
this week: 11-12 o'clock Tuesday,
10-11 o'clock Wednesday, 5-6 o'clock
Friday, 11-12 o'clock Saturday.
All students in their last year
of residence in the University
who have signed for a Life Mem-
bership in the Michigan Union,
and expect to get credit for the
$5 which they have paid with
their tuition, must make an ad
ditional payment of $5 before
December 1. The Constitution
of the Union covering this point;
reads as follows:
"If the applicant shall have
made application and payment
of the first installment prior to
December 1 of the last year of
his attendance at the University,
he shall be given a refund or
credit of the tuition payment of
$5 made by him for such last
year of attendance."
Payments should be made at
the Business Office of the Union
during the regular office hours.
If the subscriber is not able to
come to the office at these hours,
a check mailed in with the
Treasurer's receipt will receive
proper credit, and return of the
receipt will be made.

(Continued from Page Three)
longest kicks, and several times he
was behind his goal line when kick-
Michigan found some difficulty with
the Minnesota shift. The line playing
loose was penetrated often by the
Gophers, who were massed close to-
Captain Goetz and Wieman in their
last game played great football.
Not once were the Michigan ends
circled. Cappon, Goebel, and Cohn
kept the plays inside all the time, and
the work of the first two stamps them
as the best pair of ends in the Con-
Yost Goes to Nashville
After the game, the team was en-
tertained at the Minneapolis club with
a smoker by the Minneapolis alumni.
Coach Yost did not return to Ann Ar-
bor, going directly to Nashville, Tenn.
His next visit will be on Dec. 6, when
he will attend a football banquet at
which the captain will be elected. Be-
fore this banquet, he will be at a
meeting of the coaches at Chicago,
Dec. 4, when the 1921 schedule will
be arranged.
Hain Halts Monday's Soccer Games
Rain put a stop to Monday's soccer
games. The semi-final game in class
A between Delta Upsilon and Phi Sig-
ma Kappa heads the list of contests
for today. This ,game starts at 3
o'clock and should develop into a close
fight. The following is the remainder
of Tuesday's schedule: Three o'clock,
class P-Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. Sig-,
nus club; Theta Chi vs. Zeta Psi; 3:45
o'clock-Alpha Delta Phi vs. Sigma
Nu; dents vs. lower engineers; arch-
itects vs. upper engineers.

Classes Should Elect J-Hop Men N. R. Buchan, '22, chairm
In order that work on the 1921 J- Hop, as soon as possible.
op may be started, all classes that
ve not elected their committeemen Use the advertising colum
r this affair should do so at once. Michigan Daily to reach t1
mmitteemen must get in touch with Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.








Mann in

"For Heaven's Sake"l

lock, at the Union, Wednesday, Nov.

24, for a preliminary "get-together."

11:00-Senior engineer assembly,
,room 348 Engineering building.
12:30-Student members of the A. L
E. E. meet at Spedding's studio for
Michiganensian picture.
12:45-Wyvern meets for picture at
Corbett and Hamilton studio.
3:15-Druids meet at Spedding's stu-
dio for Michiganensian pictre.r
6:30-Bible class meets in Lane hall.
Topic: "Study, cofthe Gospel rof St.
7:00- Union orchestra rehearsal iji
room 308, Union.
7:00-Czecho-Slovak club, meets in
Lane hall. All Bohemian students
7:00-Studint council committee on
underclass conduct meets at Union.
7:15-Sphinx meeting, room 323, Un-
io n.
7:30-Erie club smoker in room 325,
7:30-Cercle.FrancaIs meets in Cercle
8:00-Prof. John L. Brumm of the rhe-
toric department speaks to Classical
club in room A, Alumni Memorial
Ball. Following the address plans
for, a revision of the constitution
will be discussed.
8:00-Shutei's dancing class meets in
the workshop.

YEAR IS,$3'00
(Continued from Page One)
were $6,356.68 to the good, the min-
or departments, which are composed
mainly of student activities, showed a
credit balance of $13,300.01. Some of
the more important items are given
The Union opera displayed a credit
balance of $3,579 on total receipts of
$10,786.40, while the (opera. trip was
also a financial supcess, a credit bal-
ance of $3,586.17 appearing from to-
tal receipts of $10,474.06.
The Spotlight vaudeville probably
turned in the highest percentage of
cash balance on total receipts because
the expense was abnormally small.
The Spotlight showed $1,327.31 to the
good, the expense being only $179.89.
The opera comique, however, was a
loser to the extent of $1,239.61, for
while receipts showed $3,161.07, ex-
pense totaled $4,400.68. Musical ac-
tivities also ran behind to the amount
of $852.37 on receipts totaling
Operating Account Biggest
In the general administrative ex-
penses, the operating account proves
to be the big item, $25,348.42 being
required, while for salaries, etc., of
executive heads only $6,897.23 was
spent. A mechanical plant cost the
Union $3,753.22 and social activities
Supplying its members with many
conveniences for which it receives no
dIrect pay, the Union assumes a big
expense. Telephone service costs $128
a month, and towels, which are sup-
plied free, cost $20 a day.
No money for operating expense is
taken out of the building fund. Life
memberships go into this latter fund.
and are appiied on the payment of
$385,000 still owing on the building,
also for additions and improvements
which are made from time to time.

All subscriptions to The Mich-
igan Daily should now be paid.
If you have not paid, ,please do
so at once. The $4.00 rate is
now being charged in accord-
ance with notices to this effect
which have been given. Please
bring check or money in per-
son to The Daily office any time
between 8:30 and 5 o'clock.

Wonen Love IT
Men Die For IT
Such is the power of










Oratorical Association Lecture Course


7 :15--Interoegiate Zionist soci
meets in Lane hall.
7:30-Griffins meet at Union.
7:30-Forestry club meets, room
214, Natural Science building.




Al members of Phi Epsilon are re-
quested to report in person any eve-
ning to 341 East Jefferson street.
The meeting of the Western club has
been postponed until Wednesday,
Dec. 1, because of the Thanksgiv-
ing vacation.
Ticket takersnfor the Oratorical as-
sociation course should report at
.Hill auditorium at 7:1.5 o'clock to-
Senior engineer officers and chairmen
of committees are requested to have
their pictures taken as soon as pos-
sible for the Michiganensian.
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
Gargoyle to Appear Tomorrow
Featuring a frontispiece by W. W.
Gower, '22, a one-act play and several
stories, the Thanksgiving number of
the Gargoyle will go on sale tomor-
row. Due to the large sale of last
month's magazine, 400 extra copies of
the Gargoyle will be printed.

Eminent Humorist, Statesman and Journalist

TO-N10 T

Students who have articles
},which they found on Ferry field
during the class games on Sat-
urday, are requested to leave
them at the secretary's office in
University hall. After 60 days,
if owner has not called ,and
identified his property, the find-
er will be given it back.
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily-Adv.

Hill Auditorium;

8 p. m.Sharp

Box Office Open at 7 o'clock,

- Doors Open at 7:30


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