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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Volume I TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1920. Number 54.
PHOMORE ENGINEERS:
The December Assembly will be held at 9 o'clock Wednesday, Dec. 8,
Room 348 of the New Engineering building. Professor Roth will ad-
ss the class on a subjetc of interest and concern to all engineers.
W. C. HOAD, Class Mentor.

There will be
ridan'- College
Lgan Union.

a meeting of the local chapter of the Association of
Professors Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m. in room 304,
All members are urged to be present.
C. B. VIBBERT.

Wards will please call for pay checks, Room 302 University Hall Tues-
y, Dec. 7, from 8 until 5 o'clock.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
nior Research Club:
The regular meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m. in Room F,
6 New Science building. Subjects: The Spectra of Stars of Classes R and
and Their Relation to Tbheories of Stellar Evolution, by Prof. W. C.
fus. The Production of Plantation Rubber, by Mr. Carl LaRue.
R. O. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
medy Club:
Members of Comedy club will try out for "Bunty Pulls the Strings"
ednesday and Thursday, Dec. 8 and 9, at 7 p. m. in Room 206 University
Il. Copies of the play have been placed on the Reserve Shelves in the
ading Room:of the Library. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
see and Abuses of Twist Drills":
"Uses and Abuses. of Twist Drills," a four reel film, will be shown on
.esday at 8 p. m. in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. This
for all sections in Machine Shop. Visitors are invited.
J. AIREY.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
4:00-4-Hop committee meets in room
302, Union.
5:00- Representatives of sororities,
fraternities and house clubs meet
in Lane hall auditorium to make ar-
rangements for the entertainment
of poor children ata Christmas
parti'.
5:30-Episcopal fellowship dinner In
the assembly hall of the Union.
6:30-Ann Arbor chapter of American
Association of Engineers holds, din-
ner and business meeting at the
Union.
6:30-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall. Topic: "Study of
the Gospel of St. John."
7:00-All class traditions committees
of the engineering college meet in
Engineering society rooms.
7:1-Aero club meets at Union.
7:15-Choral Union ticket takers re-
port at Hill auditorium.
7:15-Rehearsal of Mandolin club at
Union.
7:30-Michigan Aeronautical society
meets in room 325, Union.
7:80 - Reception for Dr. Frederick
Griffin, of Philadelphia, in Unitarian
church parlors.
7:30-Kentucky club meets in room
304, Union.
8:00 - Motion picture, "Uses and
Abuses of Twist Drills;" Natural
Science auditorium.
8:00-Junlor Research club meets in
room F 426, Natural Science build-
ing.
8:00-Local chapter of the Associa-
tion of American College Professors
meets in room 304, Union.
8:00-Spotlight vaudeville in 11111 au-
ditorium.
8:00-Michigan Dames meet in Lane
hall. Mr. George Wilner of the ora-
tory department will give readings.
WEDNESDAY
9:00-Sophomore engineer assembly
in room 348, Engineering building.
12:15-Triangles meet for group pic.-
tures at Rentschler's studio.
'6:00-Dinner for all men of Ann Ar-
bor or the University at Lane hall
in honor of Dr. Frederick Griffin,
of Philadelphia.
7:00 - Youngstown - Michigan club
meets In room 32, Union.
7:00 - Glee club rehearsal in the
Workshop.
7:15-Mandolin club rehearsal at the
Union.
7:15-Cabinet club meets in room 319,
Union.
7:15-Meeting of Intercollegiate Zion-
ist society in Lane hall.
7:80 - I Cirolo Italiana meets In
Alumni Memorial call. Prof. Her-
bert R. Cross will deliver an illus-
trated lecture on "Raphael."
7:80--Forestry club smoker, room F
214, Natural Sciencebuilding.
7:80-Student council committee on
underclass conduct meets in the Un-
Ion.
7:80-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets on fourth floor, Univer-
. -ity hail.
:00-Freshman dental smoker at the
Union.

U-NOTICES
Because of the Spotlight vaudeville,
Adelphi House of Representatives
will meet at 7:30 tomorrow night
instead of tonight as previously an-
nounced. At that time the question
"Resolved, That the United States
should give full racial equality un-
der law to the Japanese in the Un-
ited States or wishing to enter the
United States," will be discussed.
All shriners who have 'not turned in
their names to Prof. Frank A.
Mickle, 1031 Michigan avenue, sec-
retary of the University Shrine club,
are asked to do so at once.
Officers of the junior lit class and
chairmen of the various committees
will meet at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening in Lane hall.
La Sociedad Ilispanica will meet at
7:15 o'clock in room 202, South
Wing, Thursday evening instead of
Tuesday.
Freshman engineering class dues will
be collected from 8 to 5 o'clock to-
day on the second floor of the Eng-
inoering building.
"AMERICAN SEEKS
HIS PERSONAUTY"
-GUNSAULUS.
"The American is the one being in
the history of the race who is in
search of his personaliay." Such was
the keynote of the address of Rev.
Frank W. Gunsaulus on-"The Educa-
tion of the American," at the First
Methodist church, Sunday night. "To
him (the American) personality is a
thing for more rich because it is to
be achieved, it is more important be-
cause it is a goal," he said.
"We have just had the hand of Ger-
many at our throats," he exclaimed.
"But we were victorious because it
was the hand of Germany, directed
by the head of Germany that came
against us." Mr. Gunsaulus stated
that the Red is a believer in medio-
crity, he has no use for outstanding
personality. For this reason medio-
crity is a menace to American civiliza-
tion today.
ROMOEOP HOSPITAL STAFF
FORMS INSTRUCTION CLUB
Aim is to Become Familiar with Mod-
ern Affairs Outside of
Medicine
Members of the Homoeopathic hos-
pital staff have organized themselves
into a club, the purpose of which
is not to instruct, but to be instructed.
They will hold fortnightly meetings
at which they invite members of their
own and other staffs to speak upon
any subject that they wish.
Their object is that of becoming
familiar with affairs, of the day that
are foreign to medicine. A number
of the members of the general staffs
have been scheduled to speak.
Conduct Committee to Meet Wed.
Members of the Student council un-
derclass conduct committee will meet
Wednesday night at the Union instead
of Tuesday night as originally an-
nounced. The meeting was postpon-
ed so as not to conflict with the Spot-
light vaudeville which is. to be held
at that time.

MASQUES TO ENTERTIN
9T CH T PARTY
Plans for the Women's league
Christmas party to be given on Dec.
17 were discussed at the meeting of
the board of directors of the Women's
league Saturday morning in Barour
gymnasium "The Greatest Gift," the
Masques Christmas play, will furnish
the entertainment for the afternoon,.
and following it there will be the us-
ual dance.
Announcement was made of the fact
that, owing to the anticipated con-
struction of a women's building, the
allotment of money to meet the league
expenses for the year was small At-
tendance at the parties has been so
large th t the amount allowed, ac-
cording to the financial budget, for
the use of the social committee has
been almost exhausted. It was there-
fore decided that a per capita tax of
10 cents should b' collected at the
Christmas party. "It was a question
of having fewer parties, or of im-
posing a small tax," said Theodosia
Burton, '23, chairman of the social
committee "and we felt that the girls
would prefer the latter."
Other business considered at the
meeting was the coming drive for in-
cluding nurses in league memebr-
ship.
TOWN, FACULTY TO
DINE AT ARMORY
University and town will join to-
gether in a banquet Wednesday night
in the new banquet rooms at the
Armory, carrying out the policy
started some years ago, of drawing
the town and University into closer
contact.
Faculty men will be the speakers
this year with Pof.' E. C. Goddard as
the principal speaker. He will tell
of the work of the city charter com-
mission of which he is chairman. Oth-
er short talks on city and University
affairs will be given by Prof. David
Friday of the economics department
and by Prof. A. H. White, of the chem-
ical enginering department. The toast-
master as yet has not been chosen.
COS-11OPOI ITAN CLUB TO HOLD
CONVENTION IN ANN ARBOR
Representatives of the Cosmopoli-
tan cu'b from 58 universities and
collegs will meet at an annual con-
vention Dec. 27 28- and 29 in Ann Ar-
bor. Both 'he United States and Can-
ada are to be represented at this
meeting and Cosmopolitan club offi-
cials expect this to be the largest con-
vention in the annals of the society.
President Marion L. Burton and Dr.
Harry B. Hutchis are among the
speakers who will address the meet-
ings.
PROFESSORS SPEAK BEFORE
FE DRAT'ION OF TEACHERS
Prof. James W. Glover, professor of
mathematics and insurance, and Prof.
James B. Edmonson, of the education
department, spoke Saturday in Bay
City before the State Federation of
Teachers' clubs. Professor Glover
spoke upon "The Cost of a State Pen-
sion System for Teachers" while Pro-
fessor Edmonson's subject was: "The
Need for an Adequate Pension for
Teachers."
"DUKE" DUNNE CHOSEN LEADER
OF FOOTBALL TEAM FOR 1921

(Continued from Page One)
ate in Big Ten contests were explain-
ed by Professor Aigler.
"The -eight game schedule was vot-
ed down and a committee appointed
to investigate and fix the amount of
time for practice because' of the de-
sire to prevent any repetition of the
feeling in 1906 that football should
be abolished in universities. There is
a tendency to get more excited and
for too intense rivalry to develop,
which may prove dangerous to foot-
ball.yWe want to avoid suchra pos-
sibil ity," said Professor - Aigler.
Goetz Thanks Team
In a farewell speech to the team ex-
Captain Goetz thanked the men for
their support during the past two
years, and he asked them to get be-
hind "Dunne. A short talk by Cap-
tain-elect Dunne followed. After ex-
pressing his appreciation of the hon-
or given him by the eleven, he prom-
ised his best as leader in 1921.
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FRATERNITY TANK MEN TO
COMPETE WEDNESDAY NIGHT
(Continued from Page Three)
Delta, Phi Gamm-a Delta, Zeta Beta
Tau, Trigon, Phi Rhi Sigma, Phi
Sigma Delta, Kappa Nu, Alpha Sigma

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Phi, Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma Kappa.
7:45 o'clock Thursday: Delta Up- I
silon, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Chi Psi, Del- r
ta Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Lambda kIL iEItLJIJ
IChi Alpha, Phylon, Nu Sigma Nu, Psi
Upsilon, Theta Chi, Alpha Tau Ome- E
'ga, Theta Delta Chi, Phi Kappa Sig-
ma, Zeta Psi, Alpha "Delta Phi.
Finals will be held at 3:30 o'clock - STATE STREET at the CAMPUS
Friday.
MANY FOOD LISTS SHOW iiiiitniiii1[1111iliiiii
MARKED DECLINE IN PRICE
(Continued from Page One)Try a iCloUS
decrease in their charges. The "Y" D lciu
Inn says their raise was due to in-
creased cost in preparing food.
Chubb's contend that there are not
high labor cost as an expensive item.
Freeman's lay it to overhead, and
Mr. Freeman makes the statement,
"Board would be $10 a week if it were
raised in proportion to prices." In-
crease in cost of production held pric -
esup, according to the Arcadia man- W ith C ream -
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Michigan Dames to Hear Readings
Michigan Dames will hold a meet-
ing at 8 o'clock Tuesday night at Lane
ball. Mr. George D. Wilner of the
oratory department will give read-'
ings. Plaus for a party to be given

Ube the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

Dec. 10 will be at
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