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LILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1920.

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Number 45.

hers of the Faculty:
'he second General Faculty meeting willbe held on Monday, Nov. 29,
30 p. m., in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. All minem
of the Faculty and Staff are urged to attend this meeting. I desire to
before the entire Faculty the p'lans which are being developed for the
e of the University. M. L. BURTON, President.
Ips Scholarships for Greek and Latin Studies:
'he competitive examinations for the Phillips Scholarships for the
1920-1921 will be held on Saturday, Nov. 27, as follows:
'he -examination in Latin, from 9 to 12 a. m., Room 108, Tappan hall.
he examination in Greek, from 2 to 5 p. m., Room 108, Tappan hall.
oinmittee in Charge: V. L. Burton, J. R. Effinger, H. A. Sanders,
bell Bonner.
neering Students:
he Detroit-Ann Arbor Section of the American Institute of Electri-
ngineers extends to the student4 of the College of Engineering-par-
rly those in electrical engineering - an invitation to attend a meet-
0 be held at 8 o'clock (Detroit time) Friday, Nov.' 26, at the Detroit
I of Commerce. Prof. B. F. Bailey of th% electrical engineering. de-
nent will speak upon the subject, "Motor Ratings as Affected by the
acter of the Load and the Operating Conditions."
MEETINGS AND PAPERS COMMITTEE, A. I. E. E.
Joseph H. Cannon.

A,.DDITIONAL SPORTS
CONOPUS CLUB TO BE HOST
TO VARSITY FOOTBALL SQUADT
Members of the Varsity football
squad have accepted an invitation to
a dinner to be given in their honor
by the Conopus club at the Union, De-
cember 2. The invitation was wired
to Captain Goetz at Minneapolis Fri-
day, and his acceptance in behalf of
the football men was received Satur-
day morning.
The Conopus club is a local organi-
zation composed of 80 Ann Arbor busi-
ness and professional men who hold
weekly meetings in the Union build-
ing and have for their purpose the
consideration and discussion of pro-
gressive ideas.
DENTS 1lEET LOWER LITS FOR
INTERCLASS HONORS FRIDAY
Intramural soccer schedule for Fri-
day is the following: Dents vs. low-
er lits. This game is for first place
of the class competition. Upper lits
vs. architects; laws vs. lower engi-
neers. These games will be called at
3:30 o'clock. Those called for 3
o'clock are Signus vs. Kappa Beta
Psi; Sigma Phi Epsilon vs. Delta Tau
Delta.

NONPARTISAN LEAGUE SHOWS
GAIN IN MINN. LEGISLATURE
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 24.-Thirty;
mebers of the next house of represen-
tatives in the Minnesota legislature,,
which convenes in January, are claim-
ed as affiliated with the Nonpartisan
league.
This is shown in final returns from
the general election. The total house.
membership is 131. Two years ago the I
Nonpartisan league had an avowed
voting strength of 28.
DETROIT ALUMNI TO HOLD
ANNUAL FOOTBALL SMOKER
The annual football smoker, given
by the Detroit Alumni association in
honor.of Michigan grid men, will take
place Saturday night, Dec. 4, at the'
Detroit Board of Commerce.
Michigan football men, coaches, the
band and a great many of the gradu-
ates will attend. James K. Watkins,
'10, is in charge of the smoker.
Lartha Cook Cabaret on Program
A program, featuring specialties
from the Martha Cook cabaret, will
be presented at the Thanksgiving
party of the Women's league to be
held from 4 to 6 o'clock this after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium. Mem-
bers of the Girls' Glee club have been
invited to lead the singing.

U. of C. Receives Near East Relies
Chicago, Nov. 24.-Fresh from the
Near East, 37 big boxes of relics of
sncient Egypt and Babylonia are
rnow being unpacked at the Univer-
sity of Chicago. They were brought
recently after an adventuresome trip
by Dr. J. H. Breasted, professor of
oriental history and Egyptology.
Immigration into Canada Begun Again
Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 24.-It is estimat-
ed that the immigration movement
into Canada for the present fiscal
year will approximate 190,000, the
newconers being very largely from
Great Britain and the United States.
GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.'
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Qus niTui Lo
613 E. Liberty St

PENN STATE HIGHWAY MEET
Prof. Arthur H. Blanchard, of the
highway engineering and highway
transport department, will attend ,the
Pennsylvania state conference on
educational aspects of highway trans-
portation tomorrow, at Pittsburg'.
This conference is under the jurisdic-
tign of the United States department
of the interior.
Professor Blanchard addressed the
meeting of the national association
of Motor Truck Sales Managers last
Friday in Detroit n the subject,
"Highway Transport Educational
Facilities at the University of Mich-
igan." On the same day he talked b9-
fore the safety first council of De-
troit on regulation of pedestrian traf-
fic, qualifications of drivers of motot-
trucks, and requisite widths of road-
ways to insure safety to tiaffic.

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WHI'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
0-Rifle club turkey shoot at old1
. A. T. C. range. Motor trucks
eave Union between 8 and 9 o'clock.
SO-Ann Arbor High vs. Holland1
[igh at Wines' field. it
00-Union services In Hill 'Audi-
grium.
FRIDAY
1-Officers of Pontiac club meet for
roup picture at Spedding's studio.
0-Phillipine Michigan club meets
t Lane hall.
L-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
mrth floor, University hall.
) - Alpha Nu debate, Alpha Nu
ooms, University hall.
O-Post Thanksgiving party given
y Young Ladies' sodality at St.
homqs hall.
SATURDAY
5-Bayonne, N. J., club meets at
pedding's studio for Michiganen-
an picture.
d-Upper Room Bible class meets
i Lane hall.
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U-NOTICES
re will be no meeting on Thbrs-
ay of the class in "Science and the
ible."
for engineer officers and chairmen
committees are requested to have
eir pictures taken as soon as pos-
ble for the Michiganensian.
abers of the Veterans of Foreign
ars, post 422, may leave orders for
oup pictures at Spedding's'studio.
Phi Eps are requested to report in
rson to 341 East Jefferson street1
y evening.
abers of Marine Corps club canI
der group ,pictures at Spedding's
idio now.
club rehearsal at 7 o'clock Fri-
y at the Union.
nia Literary circle meets InKLane
il auditorium at 7:15 o'clock Fri-<
y evening. All Polish students
a urged to attend. .
eastern district convention of the
i Alpha Delta, law fraternity,
11 be held Friday and Saturday1
the Campbell chapter, 1223 Hill
eet.

City Wews)
The city health department stated
yesterday that there had not been any
cases of small pox up to date. They
have had word from Battle Creek and
Milan where there seems to be a ser-
ious epidemic.
George H. Sandenburgh, '16E, city
engineer gave out the improvement
program for the coming year, yester-
day. Storm sewers will be laid in the
following streets in preparation for
paving: State street from Huron to
the river; Hill from Church to Lin-
coln; Packard from Granger to Brook-
.lyn; Golden from city limits to Grang-
er; Granger from Golden to Olivia;
Wells from Olivia to Ferdon Road,
thence across private property to
Washtenaw.
,Work is to begin in the spring and
the job will probably cost around
$100,000.
The paving program will include
the following streets: State from
Michigan Central depot to Huron;
Packard from Granger to city limits;
Hill from Washtena*r to Packard. The
first two sections are to be made of
brick and the last of asphalt. This
work will also cost about $100,000 and
is supposed to begin next spring.
Money to the extent of $7,500 has
been raised for the building of a mun-
icipal garage for the automobile which
the city owns. Storage apd service
will be available for municipal cars
in the contemplated building.
City taxes will be payable at the
treasurer's office after Dec. 1. The
rate, $27.23, is but two-tenths per cent
larger, this year than last. The school
budget is of itself responsible for
nearly one and one-half per cent of
this increase.
A committee was appointed last
night at a Chamber of Commerce
meeting to confer with the Driving
club in order to determine the amount
of money necessary to purchase their
rights in the fair grounds, located in
the southeast part of the city.
The Chamber of Commerce aims to
turn this property into a real city
park.
NATION WIDE- HEALTH MEET
HELD SOON IN DETROIT

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OLICE COMMISSIONER SAYS
GREENWICH VILLAGE CHANGED
New York, Nov. 24. - Greenwich
lage has been reformed.
Richard E. Enright, police commis-
oner of New oYrk City, is authority
r this statement. Indeed, in his an-
ual report to the mayor which has
.st been made public, he devotes con-
derable space to New York's Bo-
amian quarter, famous in play and
>vel the country over. -
Long-haired men and short-haired
'omen who take their temperament
riously received the report on their
strict with something akin to an,
r. Proprietors of coffee houses and
ft shops in which "atmosphere" is
e chief stock in trade displayed
Lxed feelings, however.

Detroit, Nov. 24.-Plans are devel-
oping rapidly for a national health
conference to be held in Detroit NoV.
30 and Dec. 1, at which representa-
tives of health departments from all
of the larger cities in the country will
discuss the housing situation and its
effect upon the health of the people.
- Officials of the local board of health
are conducting a health survey to de-
termine the difference in death rate
between centers of the city that are
crowded and those where the number
ofepersons in a given territory is not
as great. Similar surveys are being
conducted in other large cities of the
country and reports will be submit-
ted at tthe meeting here.
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T_ _ _ _MANUFACTURING CONCERNS
)RANGLES INITIATE
EIGHT NEW ,MEMBERS Chemical engineers leave tomorrow
for Toledo to visit the Owen's bottle.
drangles, faculty and student company, the Libby glass manufac-
society, elected eight men to turing company, the Edward Ford1
ership at a meeting Tuesday I plate glass company, and various oil
g. and sugar concerns. These three com-j
se chosen were: Jean Cooley of panies are the largest of their kind
s faculty, ~.04 K. Bouwsma, in the world.
Melville Hatch, grad., Neil The men leave here at 7 o'clock
School of Music, D. P. Joyce, tomorrow morning on the Ann Arbor
. J. Kusterer, '22, Wm. G. railroad, and will return at 7 o'clock
'23, and Lee Woodruff, '21. Saturday night.

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ALLAN SEARS
HECTOR V. SARNO
ADELE FARRINGTON
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