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! HE Mii~IHIAlN UAI

IAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

TUESDAY,- NOVEMBER 30, 1920.

Number 48.1

logical Seminary:
The Geological Seminary will meet the present week on Friday evening
ead of on Thursday evening as usual.
WILLIAM HERBERT< HOBBS.

City News
Jennie Morton, who shot and killed
Lulu Cadwell on the afternoon of Oct.
21, is now on trial for murder in the
Circuit court before Judge Sample.t
Counsel for the defense admits the
killing but is attempting to prove it
was in self defense.,
The famous Orient has lost all of
its former glory and now contains
eight pool and billiard tables, three
barber chairs and a cigar and candy;
counter. There is not even a bar left.!
William Johnson, unemployed and'
of many cities, was arraigned before:
Judge Thomas' court and held on a'
burglary charge till examination on'
Friday. The burglary is in connec-
tion with the breaking in of Calkins'
and Fletcher's branch drug store on
Packard street. He is held on $4,000
bail, as the sentence, if found guil-
ty, may be 15 years in a state prison. '

nance Club:
The monthly lunch of the Romance club will be held at the Union
dnesday, Dec. 1, at 12:15. After the lunch the paper of Dr. Barja will
cussed. A. G. CANFIELD.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
9:00--Dean M. L Cooley speaks to
sophomore engineers assembly, room
348, Engineering building.
4:00-Freshman lits meet in audi-
torium of University hall.
4:15-Meeting of University of Mich-
igan section of American Chemical
society in room 151, Chemistry
building.
6:15--Sigma Nu dinner, room 133, Un-
ion.
7:00-Classical club meets in room A.
Alumni Memorial hall. Important.
7:00--Minstrel first part rehearsal in
the workshop.
7:15-Cooley club meets in practice
court room, Law building.
7:30-Veterans of Foreign Wars; Post
422, meet in reading room, second
floor, Union.
7:30- Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets on fourth floor, Univer-
sity hall.

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Men's Educational Club:
Meeting of Men's Educational club at 7 o'clock Wednesday, at Michigan
Union, Room 302. Dean M. E. Cooley, of the College of Engineering and
Architecture, will speak. J. B. EDMONSON.
Oral Interpretations of Literature:
The classes in Shakespearean Reading will give a platform recital of
"The Comedy of Errors" tonight at 8 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
This will take the place of the regular Wednesday afternoon program of oral
interpretations for this week. This recital is open to the public.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
Bulletin to the Deans:
The Committee of Deans will meet Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 10 a. m. at the
President's office. M. L. BURTON.
Members of the Teaching Staffs of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and
Pharmacy :
A meeting of all members of the above staffs including teaching, dispens-
ing and laboratory assistants, will be held in Room 303 at 4:30 p. m. on Wed-
nesday, Dec. 1, to discuss the questions of ventilation, the dispensing room
and distilled water, with view to improving conditions. A full attendance is
expected. E. D. CAMPBELL,
Director of the Chemical Laboratory.
Holiday Vacation:
The Holiday Vacation in all the Schools and Colleges of the University
begins Tuesday evening, Dec. 21. Exercises are resumed Wednesday morn-
ing, Jan. 5. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Sophomore Engineers:
The second Assembly will be held at 9 o'clock on Tuesday, Nov. 30, in
Room 348. Dean Cooley will be the speaker.
W; C. ROAD, Class Mentor.
The Players' Club:
Those who wish to make application for membership in the Players' club
may do so on Wednesday, Dec. 1, at 4 o'clock in Room 205, Mason hall. This
club aims to develop higher art in the stage presentation, selection, and writ-
ing of plays and in the oral interpretation of literature.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
Members of Junior Mechanical Engineering Class:
All members of the Junior Mechanical Engineering Class are directed
to report in Room 236 sometime Monday or Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29 and
30, between 1 p. m. and 5 p. m. in order to make out their prospective sched-
ules of work for next semester.
J. A. BURSLEY,
J. E. EMS WILER,
Classifiers for Junior Mechanical Engineers.-
Art Exhibit:
The exhibition of marine paintings by Charles Woodberry will be closed
today at 5-o'clock. From Ann Arbor this collection goes to the Art Institute
of Chicago, where it will be on exhibition during the months of December
and January. H. P. THIEME.

Mrs. Gordon, of Milan, the wife of 7:30-New England club meets in Lane
a baker of that city, was given the hall.
Nash tot'ring car for - holding the ' :00-Workshop players dancing class
lucky ticket at a draw the last of meets in Workshop.
the previous week. The Knights of
Pythias lodge of this city sold about WEDNESDAY
4.000 tickets at 5 Ocents each, and so 12:30-Weband Flange meet at Sped-
cleared about $400. This sum is to ding's std for p e
be used by the organization for its dings studio for picture.
4:15-Cercle Francais lecture by Prof.
own purposes. M. M. Levi in room 203, Tappan hall.
Subject, "Impressions de Paris."
Two Ann Arbor citizens, Earl Pace 5:00- Meeting of Gargoyle business
and Piolo Veccho, were arrested on staff and tryouts in Press building.
hunting charges and fined $10 and 7:00-Mount Clemens club meets in
costs each over the week end. The room 321, Union.
first was arrested for hunting without 7:00-Glee club rehearsal in old Un-
a license and the other for hunting ion building.
on grounds which forbade it. The 7:00-Rifle club meets in room 445,
latter defended his charge on the plea Engineering building, to elect offic-
that he was unable to read English. ers and discuss plans.
7:00-Important meeting and rehearsal
RUSSIAN PEACE RESOLUTION of Varsity band, University Hall.
MAY COME BEFORE CONGRESS 7:15-11eiting of all committeemen
of the combined musical clubs' min-
strel show, room 308, Union .
Chicago, Nov. 29. - A resolution 7 :15--Meeting of Intercollegiate Zion-
demanding immediate peace with Rus- ist society in Lane hall.
sia and recognition of the soviet reg- 7:30-Graduate club smoker, second
ime probably will be introduced in floor reading room, Union.
congress next month by Meyer Lan- 7:30- Western club meets in Lane
don, socialist congressman of New hall.
York, national headquarters of the 7:30-Round-Up club meets at Union.
Socialist party announced here to- S:15--"Macbeth" rehearsal for min-
night. Mr. London will confer with strels in Workshop.

THURSDAY
7:30-Kansas City club meets in room
306, Union.
U-NOTICES
Members of the Classical club who are
interested in dramatics or who ex-
pect to teach the classics are urged
to be present at the tryouts to be
held from 4 to 5 o'clock this after-
noon, room 208, University hall, for
the purpose of selecting member-
ship for the two councils.
The Michigan Technic now has a sup-
ply of Carnegie handbooks for those
who signed for them. Books will
be placed on general sale if not call-
ed for by Wednesday night.
The following men are asked to report
in togs for an official picture of this
year's cheering squad at 1:15 Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Ferry field
clubhouse: W. Frankhauser, '22;
P. J. Griflinger, '23D; J. A. Bacon,
'23; R. E. Hunt, '23; R. B. Kelley,
'23E; P. M. Shaw, '21; J. Ross, '23E;
E. Pilcher, '23; A. O. Nichols, '22;
and W. McCracken, '23D.
The Saginaw club meats at . 7:15
o'clock Wednesday evening in room
304, Union, instead of tonight as
previously announced.
The University Choral union will hold
its regular rehearsal at 7 o'clock
tonight. Members may secure their
passes for the Grainger concert
from 6:30 o'clock until time for the
rehearsal.
A complimentary platform recital forI
Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors,"I
will be given by the students of
public speaking from 7 to 8 o'clock
tonight in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall.
All Phi Eps are requested to report in
person to 341 East Jefferson street
any evening.
All members of the freshman lit class
are expected to be present at the
class meeting at 4 o'clock, Tuesday
Nov. 30, in the auditorium of Uni-
versity hall.
Colby Delays Trip Several Days
Washington, Nov. 29.-Pressure of
official business has compelled Secre-
tary Colby to delay his trip to South
America several days. He had ex-
pected to sail on Wednesday. It was
not known tonight when his engage-
ments would permit him to leave.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

A box has been placed at the main
desk of the Union by the Student
council committee on underclass con-
duct for persons who wish to .make
complaint against underclassmen,
particularly first year men, for viola-
tion of Michigan traditions.
Every complaint placed in the box
must contain the name, address and
telephone number of the offender and
the party making the complaint, as
well as the grounds for the complaint.
The name of the party giving the in-
formation will not be divulged, and
is required so that the information
will be authentic and spite work will
be prevented. The members of the
Student council committee will in-
vestigate each complaint thoroughly
before any action is taken.
TESTIFIES THAT GRAFT IS IN
SHIPPING BOARD REPAIR BILL
New York, Nov. 29.-Testimony that
10 per cent of the $7,000,000 shipping
board repair bill in the South Atlan-
tic district was "graft" was given here
today to the Walsh congressional com-
mittee examining into shipping board
affairs. The charge was made by
Charles Vanzahf, traveling auditor of
the board. It was contained in a let-
ter written by the witness to the gen-
eral comptroller of the board last
July, said to be by Chairman Walsh
and identified by the witness.
Means by which the alleged graft
was made possible the witness de-
clared had included lack of inspec-
tions, failure to check repair work,

overcharges for material and
arkd unnecessary repairs.

labor

No Danger of Small Pox in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor is in no immediate
danger from the small pox epidemic
which is raging all over the country
and is especially serious in the South,
according to Dr. J. A. Wessinger, city
health officer. Dr. Wessinger says
that a large percentage of the people
are vaccinated and is confident that
any cases that should be reported can
be dealt with so that they will be no
menace to the community.
For results advertise in The Mich-
igan Daily--Adv.

tne national executive committee here.
next week on the congressional pro-
gram.
Other measures the party is expect-
ed to advocate are immediate peace
with Germany and repeal of war time
legislation, general amnesty to all
men and women in prison or under
conviction on indictments for writ-
ings and speeches which would not
be punished under peace time laws
and freedom for Eugene V. Debs and
Victor L. Berger, who is under a 20
year prison sentence.

PERSONAL GREET-ING CARDS
Leave Your Order Early - Special Attention Given to

CHRISTMAS ENGRAVING
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Masques:
An important meeting of Masques will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p.
Sarah Caswell hall. All members are expected to report at that time for
struction as to their committee duties for the year.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.

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EASTERN CONTESTS showing in such a contest will be of
EXCITE COMMENT more value to him in the Big Ter
meet than a rest the week before."
Demands Consideration
(Continued from Page One) There is no doubt but that there
"I cannot say now whether we will are two sides to the question, and
enter the Intercollegiate meet next both deserve careful consideration by
the body which will eventually make
spring or not. We did not go in last the final decision. The alumni of the
year because the board felt that to do East and the students want to see
so would be to jeopardize our chanc- the Maize and Blue teams enter the
es for making a favorable showing in big contests of that section of the
the Conference .meet which took place country, and on the other hand we
the following week. Michigan is a returned to the Conference because
western university, and the West is of our natural location, and because
the logical place for her to find her this is the proper field for our ef-
competition. This is the reason we forts.
returned to the Conference. The question is-Shall we discon-
"As for an eastern baseball game, tinue eastern competition entirely or
I approve of it if we can arrange one shall we compete with the represen-
without interfering with our regular tative schools in the East in addition
schedule. The Conference rules re- o the Big Ten Universities?
quire that each of the Big Ten schools
play 12 games during the season, and STRIKE AREA DECLARED UNDER
I certainly would not feel inclined MARTIAL LAW INW.VIRGINIA
to curtail the schedule in favor of a
game with an outside team."
Butler for Eastern Meet Williams, W. Virginia, Nov. 29. -
Lawrence Butler, '21, captain of the Mingo county, where a strike of min-
track team, was asked for his opinion ers has been in progress since last
in regard to competing in the Inter- July, was today declared under mil-
collegiates. "I certainly think that we itary control by Governor Cornwell.
ought to be represented," he said. Col. Herman Hall, commanding the
"The western men made a creditable provisional battalion of federal troops
showing in the Olympic tryouts last which arrived here Sunday from Camp
summer, which goes to show that Sherman, issued a proclamation in
there are just as good athletes out which he forbade public assemblies,
here as there are in the East, and the except such meetings as might be
Intercollegiate meet is the one place held in regularly organized churches.
in the country where a track man has Colonel Hall's proclamation prohib-
the opportunity to match his skill with ited parades or demonstrations*
the best there are. against the authorities and stipulated
"It may be too much for some men that no person other than officers of:
to compete down there the week be- the law and the military would be per-
fore the Conference meet, but I think mitted to carry firearms or be in pas-
that most of them would be in better session of explosives.
condition than if they had not done The troops have been distributed
so. For one thing the confidence a throughout the district to guard the
man acquires in making a creditable mines at strategic points.

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8 O'clock Sharp
Subject: "John Marshall and the Constitution"
Single Admission $1.00
Season Tick et (8 lectures), $2.50
at Wahrs & Grahams

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