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WEDN ESI AY, DECEMBER 1, 1920.

Number 49.

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Notice to the Deans:
Contrary to yesterday's notice, there will not be a meeting of the Deans
this week. M. L. BURTON.
To the Members of 4he Faculties:
A large number of newspaper men will be in conference here this week.
Undoubtedly they will take occasion to gather some first-hand information
in regard to our building situation. Professor Brumm has arranged for them
to visit various buildings on Friday morning between the hours of 10 and 12
o'clock. I shall appreciate it very much if members of the Faculty will assist
in every possible way in the carrying out of these plans.
M. L. BURTON, President.
Notice to Dental Faculty:
The regular meeting and dinner for the full teaching staff will be held
Thursday, Dec. 2, at the Michigan Union at 6:15 p. m.
MARCUS L. WARD.
Members of the Teaching S ffs 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.
today, 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.
Section A In Rhetoric:u
Students who have been assigned to Section A in Rhetoric will meet with
Mr. Taylor at 4 p. m. Thursday, Dec. 2, in Room 101, West hall.
F. N. SCOTT.
Graduate Student:
All men students of the graduate school are invited to attend the Gradu-
ate club smoker, to be held in the Upper Reading Room- of the Michigan
Union Wednesday evening at 7:30. There will be smokes and refreshments,
talks by members of the faculty, and-musical numbers.
MARTEN TEN HOOR,
President of the Graduate Club.
English Department:
The English department will hold its monthly luncheon at the Union on
Thursday, Dec. 2, at 12:10. SAMUEL MOORE.
Foreign Students:
Foreign students who failed to sign their names upon the return postal
card sent out by me are requested to report to me this week or next. Room
302 University hall,, at one of my office hours Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday, at 4 o'clock p. m. J. A. C. HILDNER.
Romance Club:
The monthly lunch of tho Romance club will be held at the Union this
noon, Dec. 1, at 12:15. After the lunch the paper of Dr. Baria will be dis-
cussed. A. G. CANFIELD.
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.

FOR SELLING LIQUOR
By action of the deans' advisoryl
committee of the literary college act-
ing as a committee on discipline, A. R.
Slotnick, '23, has been expelled from
the University, after having been
found guilty by the Washtenaw circuit
court of unlawfully selling liquor in
Ann Arbor on the night of Nov. 13.
Slotnick admitted his guilt and paid
a fine of $210 for having sold the
quart of liquor he claimed he
brought with him for medicinal use.
According to Slotnick's story he
heard a man say he wished he had a
drink of whiskey. He followed the{
man down the street and finally gotI
his ear long enough to tell him that
he had . quart of whiskey which he
would sell for $14.
The liquor was brought, the man
bought it, and then arrested him. He
was a plain clothes officer.

SOPHOMORE ENGINEERS HEAR DENTS TAKE SECOND PLACE
DEAN COOLEY AT ASSEMBLY IN INTERCLASS TOUS
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the Second place in the interclass
engineering college, addressing the cer tournament was gained yest
by the dent team when they won

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sophomore engineer assembly yester-
day, advised the students to take as
many non-technical subjects as pos-
sible.
Committees were announced as fol-
lows: Finance, Tom Lynch, chair-
man; Fred Weyand, Ed. Pilcher, L.
B. Emery, Dixie Stearns; social, D. C.
Turner, chairman; John Johnson,
Peter Abbott, Lee Kirkpatrick, Carl
Berry; publicity, Mark Parnell, chair-
man; R. L. Davis, R. E. Dyment; ath-
letic, Ray Olds, chairman; Paul Goe-j
bel, J. B.- Vlack; auditing, John
Tynes, chairman; C. E. Proctor, J. H.

the upperclass lits by a score of 4 to GIVE LECTURES AT HARVARD
1 on corner kicks. The game was
won in the five minute overtime grant-! Prof. David Friday of the economica
ed when the game had resulted in a department, left today for Cambridge,
tie. Mass., where he is scheduled to deliver
tie. two lectures Thursday and Friday 'at
Alpha Delta Phi defeated Phi Sig- Harvard university. The subjects on
ma Delta. Overtime was necessary which he will talk are, "An Extension
as the regular game finished in a of Value Theory," and "Depreciation
tie, 1 to 1. The Alpha Delts won on of Value Problem."
corner kicks 2 to 0. Zeta Psi beat On Saturday, Professor Friday will
Delta Tau Delta decisively by a mar- go to New York City, where he will
gin of 6 to 0. speak before members of the Taylor
Wednesday Delta Chi will meet Phi Scientific society on "Risk as a Re-
Sigma Kappa in the game to decide tracting Factor in Industry." He will
the fraternity championship. This is return to Ann Arbor Monday.

The other gan
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Gamma Delta.
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game will

Hills. the second game in which these two
R. H. Rowland was appointed as teams have met in an attempt to de-
sophomore engineering representative termine the title. The other one re-1
on the traditions committee. A col- sulted in a tie, 0 to 0. In the over-l

New is the time to order your PER-
SONALA CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
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final score resulted]

Bandits. KillHaitians, Says Hooker
Port au Prince, Haiti, Nov. 30.-The
naval court of inquiry investigating
the action of marines in Haiti con-
cluded its hearing today with the ex-
amindtion of Lieut. Col. Hooker of
the gendarmerie, who testified to the
belief that 2,000 peaceable Haitians
had been killed by bandits in the last
few years.
Read The Daily for Campus News

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WEDNESDAY
12:30-Web and Flange meet at Sped-
ding's studio for picture.
4:00-Players club meets in room 205,
Mason hall.
4:15-Cercle FrancaIs lecture by Prof.
M. M. Levi in room 203, Tapp an hall.'
Subject, "Impressions de Paris."
4:15-Concert in School of Music au-
ditorium by music students. The
general public is invited. -
5:00-- Meeting o Gargoyle business
staff and tryouts in Press building.
7:00-Quarterdeck meets in Engineer-
ing society rooms.
7:00-Mount Clemens club meets in
room 321, Union.
7:00-Glee club rehearsal in old Un-
ion building.
7:00-Rifle club meets in room 445
Engineering building, to elect offic-
ers and discuss plans.
7 :00-Imnportait~ meet ig and rehearsal
of Varsity band, University Hall.
7:15-Student council meeting, room
306, Union.
7:15-Meting of all committeemen
of the combined musical clubs' min-
strel show, room 308, Union .
7:15-Meeting of Intercollegiate Zion-
ist society in Lane hall.
7:30-Graduate club smoker, second7
floor reading room, Union.
7:30- Western club meets in Lane!
hall.
7:30-Round-Up club meets at Union.
7:30-Important meeting of all jun-
for and senior civil engineering stu-
aents th room 311, Engineering
building.
7:30-Actuarial society meets in room
403 Mason hall. All students inter-
ested in insurance are invited.
8 :00-Vniversity Press Club of Mich-.
igan smoker, rooms 318-230, Union.
8:00-Sen. Albert J. Beveridge lee-
tures in Hill auditorium.
THURSDAY
T:30 A. M.-University Press Club of
Michigan meets, reading room, Un-

igan meets, reading room, Union.
7:30- Comedy club meets in Sarah
Caswell Angellhall.
7:30-Zoological Journal club meets
in room Z-231, zoological laborator-
ies.
7:30-Meeting of Mimes In room 304,
Union. Important.
7:30-Pontiac club meets at Lane hall.
7:30-Kansas City club meets in room
306, Union.
1:00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
It Circolo Italino will not meet this
evening as announced at the last
meeting. Professor Cross will lec-
ture on "Raphael" at the next meet-
ing to be held Dec. 8 at Alumni
Memorial' hall.
All campus members of the A. A. 0.
N. M. S. are invited to attend the
dinner at 6 o'clock Thursday eve-
Aing at the Union. Those who ex-
pect to be present may reserve
places by calling Mickle at 571.
Ticket takers for the Oratorical asso"
ciation lecture tonight should report
at Hill auditorium at 7:15 o'clock.
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 tonight.
The following men are asked to report
in togs for an offalial picture of this
year's cheering squad at 1:15 Wed-
nesday afternoon at the Ferry fieldI
clubhouse: W. Frankhauser, '22;
F. 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. 0. Nichols, '22;
and W. McCracken, '23D.
The Saginaw club meets at 7:15
o'cloclf tonight in room 304, Union.
SOPH ENGINEERS
Class dues payable ' from 8
o'clock this morning until 5
o'clock this evening on the sec-
ond floor, Engineering building.
T. J. LYNCH, Treasurer. ,

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