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.Containing several articles concernl-
ing the inauguration of President
Marion L. Burton, the November num-
ber of the Michigan Alumnus made its
The leading article, entitled "The
Inauguration of President Burton,"
describes the academic procession and
inaugural ceremony and reprints the
address of President-emeritus Harry
B. Hutchins, the inauguration speech
of Regent Victor M. Gore, part of the
address of the Hon. William L. Ab-
bott, trustee of the University of Illin-
ois, and extracts from the speech of
Prof. Joseph/A. Leighton, of Ohio State
Other articles deal with the inaug-
ural conference and its various ses-
sions, the banquet, and the meeting
of the Regents- of state universities.
Many of the addresses of the various
speakers are reprinted, either in whole
or in part.
A picture of the literary faculty of
1876 is published with a short ex-
position of it in an editorial. Other
editorials deal with "Early Enroll-
ment,"' "The Union Makes Prqgress."
and "Administrative Problems." The
usual news items relative tp~ the Up4-
versity, a review of part of the ath-
letic season, and the regular depart-
ments make up the balanceo of he
MACHINE SHOP MAKES FIST
SHIPMENT TUNDER Nff PLAN
The new production plan of the eng-
ineering machine shop resulted in
shipment last week of one-half gross
of spring separators to the Spring
Leaf Lubricator company of Ann Ar-
bor, to be follo'wed by another ship-
ment this week. The shop is doing
production work this year for the first
time, and -ac cording to Emory M.
Sweet, instructor and foremfan of the
shop, an average of. 500 separators per
week will be produced.
Traffic Signs Being Placed on Cwmpus
Traffic signs, regulating auto, park-
ing and bicycle riding on and about
the University property, afr being
Placed about the campus, according to
a-n announcement by the Building and
Grounds department yesterday.
DET R 01T
Guy Bates Post
in "The Masquerader"
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CHARLOTTE QREENW O
in "Linger Longer LOty
DRIVE FOR CHARIT Y
MAY END TIS WEE]
With subscriptions amounting
$29,508.30 already reported, the cor
mitteet in charge of the community
budget drive being conducted for the
benefit of the charitable organizations
of Ann Arbor announces that it ex-
pects to bring the campaign to a close
at the end of this week, providing the
objective of $40,000 is realized.
Several wards of the city have not
as yet been canvassed, and subscrip-
tion teams have been assigned to
these districts, from which it is hop-
ed that a large part of the necessary
$11,500 will be secured. Substantial
amounts are also expected from. fra-
ternity houses, city banks, and busi-
ness concerns, whose reports have al-
ready been turned in but which have
not yet been compiled.
AT THE TJREATERESI
1 aJpste-- Bryant Washburn it
"Burglar Proof." Pathe News
ada comedy, "L~oose tLions. ~
Areade-"Dew Wter~s,1 a Maur-
ice Tourneur production with
an all-star cast, and a comn-
edy, "The Town Lockp."
Wnerth-Co rinne Griffith in "A
Broadway Bubble. " gino-
grams and a Sunshine comn-
Orpheirm -- Taylor Holmes in
"The Very Idea." Also Jack
Dempsey in "Daredevil Jack,",
and a comedy.
March in thei~ e rnscl
revielw, "The Satires of 1920."
Garrick -- D4it-- Oharlotte
G1°euwood in "Linger Long-
er Letty," the popular musical
comedy, sequel to "So L46r
'Sebubert-Detrot- Quy ]Oaten
Post in ono of America's most
popular dramas, "The 11as-
The Kempf Music Studios---Piano,
Organ, an±d Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. $12 S. Division St.
COMEDY CLUB WILL PRESENT be held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow eve-I of, "ut ul h t
, TWO PLAY§ AT NEXT MEETING ning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. At discussed. Albert C. Jac
K this timhe, two short plays will be pre-'of the club, urges all u
A meeting of the Comedy club will sented, and plans for the production present.4
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A human thrift stamp!
Whenever he got a dol-
lar. he taught it to play
dead. But one night he
met a bee-utiful dancing
brought a look to his eye
as if some one had 'put
something in his coffee.
Now, it's a shame the
careless way he-treats his
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'Held by the Enemy"
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ALL STAR CAST
2 DAYS ONLY
A Sig Musical Comedy of the Screen
Today and Tomorrow
With an ALL-STAR CAST
at the 1bead of
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Adapted from a popular story.
Young 's Mtagazine
b~y spedlal request of ti
Univ. School aof Music
The frierry Wibes of
Windsor bY" tto'icolai
King Pins of Jazz
The girl was Spring, wed-
ded to December. When
she went the way of her
The rest is a fishing vil-
lage idyll of struggle and
love, and some of the
bravest ocean exploits
ever thrown on- the
See the rescues
under the seas!
Bray Comic The Lcu
DOORS WILL OPEN 10 MINVTE S EARLY AT 6:30