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~UjI lINU URMILI ItIU
MOST BY1453 STUDENTS
POLITICAL SCIENCE INSTRUCT-
ORS MAKE INVESTI-
GATION
Six and one-half hours each week
on an average are speit by 453 stu-
dents of the University in reading
current newspapers and magazines.
The above report has ben ascertained
by political science instructors who
Shave secured statements from their
r clses. -
Two hours is spent by students in
reading the Saturday Evening Post
and a little more than an hour and a
half to the perusal of The Michigan
Daily. The Chicago Tribune is read
by a large number.
One student out of seven reads the
New York Times, 30 per cent the
Literary Digest, while the American
Magazine has a slightly larger fol-
lowing. The Cosmopolitan numbers
70 readers, Detroit News 52,, Red
Book 43, Atlantic 32, Womani's Home
Companion 21. National .Geographic
12, Scientific American 11, Independ-
ent 11, Review of Reviews 9, Outlook
9, Ladies' Home Journal 7, Popular
Mechanics 7.
The Weekly Review is not men-
/tioned by'any of the 453 students, but
neither is the Photoplay nor one of
the "red" sheets. The Nation, Sur-
vey, and New Republic have less than
seven readers each, while Judge, The
Smart Set, Chimes, and Vanity Fair
are all in the same unfavored class.
Ann Arbor students, it has been
learned from another source, pur-
chase from local agencies 700 copies
of the Saturday Evening Post and an
almost equal number of movie maga-
zines.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Ad,.

PHYSICS PROFESSORS WILL /
ATTEND SOCIETY MEETING
Several of the leading men from
Michigan's physics 'department will
attend the annual meeting of the
Western Section of the Anerican
Physical society Friday and Saturday
at Cleveland, Ohio.
The faculty members attending are
Professors H. M. Randall, D. L. Rich,
N. H. Williams, and W. F. Colby, and
Dr. C. F. Meyer. Professor Colby and
Dr. Meyer have a report to present to
the society on "The Infra-red Absorp-
tion of Hydrochloric Acid."
UNION WILL HAVE SPECIAL
DANCE ON THANKSGIVING
Featuring a general membership
dance Thanksgiving afternoon, ther
schedule at the Union this week is
one of the heaviest of the year. Soph
fits and engin~eers will have preced-
ence for the dance Wednesdayreven-
ing, tickets for which went on sale
Monday afternoon. "
For the general membership dance
Thursday afternoon, the ticket sale
opened Tuesday. For the regular
Friday and Saturday night dances,
freshmen engineers and freshmen
lits have first chances respectively.
As is customary tickets ' for these
dances will go on sale two days be-
fore the dance at 5 o'clock in the
afternoon.
ARGENTINE PUBLIC UTILITY
EMPLOYES MAY GET PENSION
Buenos Aires, Nov. 23.-Employes
of private companies performing pub-
lic utility service, such as' street car,
telephone, telegraph, gas and electric
supply concerns, would receive gov-
ernment pensions under a measure
just sanctioned 'by the Argentine
senate.
The measure is based on a similar
project passed by the chamber of
deputies, but as it is different, it will
require the sanction of the lower
house before it becomes a a1w.

SPANIARDS AGITATE FOR NEW
I INTERNATIONAL RAILROADS

Madrid, Nov. 23.-There is,
tion throughout Spain for the 1
ing of new international railway
Promoters of the agitation de
railway extensions so as to ests
international routes from Vig
Buda Pest by way of Marseilles,
from Madrid through Paris to E
and Warsaw.
Kentucky to Furnish Many Tu
Lexington, Ky., Nov. .23.=-
sands of turkeys will be furnish
the New York and New England
kets for the Thanksgiving festiv
the Bluegrass countwy adjacei
Lexington.
Lexington dealers estimate the
tween 12,000 and 15,000 turkeys
be slaughtered and shipped from
city to New York, Boston, and I
dence.
ENGINEERING PROFESSOR 01
IMPORTANT CLIVB COMMIT
Prof. Benjamin F. Bailey o
electrical engineering departmen
returned from the semi-annual
vention of the Power club at
Springs, Va., where he serve
SUGAR BOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

aita-
build-
lines.
mand

chairman on the general engineering ards, which is accepted by the Power American Institute of electrical e
recommendations committee and as a club, are adopted by practically every neers Friday in Detroit, regarding
member of the committee on stand- manufacturer of electrical apparatus work of these committees and
ardiation of electrical motors. in the country. establishment of standards in
These committees suggest stand- Professor Bailey will address the electrical industry.

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