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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920.

Number 5S.

ry Books Due Dec. 14:
tudents having in their possession books drawn from the University
ry are notified that all such books are due Tuesday, Dec. 14, on ac-
of the impending Christmas vacation.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
. F. Barker Speaks:
)r. E. F. Barker will speak at the Physics Colloquium on Monday,
13, on the Polyhedral Atom of Born & Lande The meeting is held in
1 202, Physics building, at 4:20,p. m., and everyone interested is in-
W. F. COLBY.

KUBELIK, NOTED VIOLINIST,
APPEARS MONDAY EVENING
(Continued from Page One)
ever he has played. Both European
and American critics have spoken in
glowing terms of him, and he is dear
to the hcarts of all music lovers.
Kubelik, during his six months'
stay on this continent, will journey
from Hudson Bay to Galveston.
. The program will be as follows:
Concerto, D minor.....Vieuxtemps
Romance ................. Beethoven
Praeludium (for violin alone)-Bach
Introduction et Rondo Cappris
cioso...............Saint-Saens
Ballade, F major, No. 2......Chopin
Mr. Pierre Augieras
Souvenir de Moscow.....Wieniawski
La Campanella...........Paganini
Mr. Pierre Augieras, accompanist.
Former Ambassador Visits Ann Arborl
William G. Sharp, '81L, former am-1
bassador to France, stopped in Ann
Arbor recently to visit his son, Wil-
liam G. Sharp, Jr., '-22.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad-
WANTED-Hungry Students
At K. C. Home--Today 10 A. M.-4 P. M.
To buy Cakes, Pies and Other Sweets
Just Like Mother Used to Make
Cor. Division and Huron Sts.

(Continued fromPage One) (Continued from Page Three)
It has been urgd by the committee freshmen ,who have exhibited even a
in charge that all ex-service men di- hint of being comers. Finlayson's
rectly concerned will be present at disability is keenly felt with condi-
the meeting, in order that they may tions as they are. There is a possi-
receive information relative to the bility that he will be out late in the
proposed legislation. It is necessary season. He was operated on for ap
that as many men attend as possible, pendicitis and is recovering slowly.
in order that statistics may be ob- Kadesky, who attracted considera-
tained as to the number of ex-service ble notice in football toward the end
men in the University who will come of the season, and G. Devine were
within the limits of this measure. added to the squad Dec. 3, but neither
have had any college experience. Ka-
Home Baked Goods-K. C. Home, desky is very much at home on the
Cor. Huron and Division Sts. 10-4, floor and may show-up later.
Today.-Adv. foradmyso pltr
-y .Iowa has four practice games sched-
Use the advertising columns of The uled: An independent team at Bloom-
Michigan Daily to reach the best of ington, Ill., on Dec. 31, Milliken col-
Finn Arbor's buyers.--Adv. lege at Decatur, Ill., Jan. 1, Cornell
college, Jan. 7, and Coe college,{
Read The Daily for Campus News. Jan. 10.
I

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CALLED ONLY FAIR THIS YEARI

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Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
i - Senior engineer basketball
'actice in Waterman gymnasium.
-Meetiug of all freshman lits
terested in bowling in room 306,
aion.
.- The organizing committee of
e Commerce club meets in room
', Union.
-Upper Room Bible class meets
Upper Room, Lane hall. Dr.
homas M. Iden, leader.
-Freshman engineer smoker at
nion. Deans Cooley and Butts
eak.
-Cftsmen's club meets at Xas-
i temple for third degree work.
very Mason invited.
- Annual freshman Spread in
arbour gymnasium.
SUNDAY
University Men's Bible class
eets in Upper Room, Lane hall.
-Complimentary concert in Hill
iditorium; mass singing and mus-
by the Varsity band.
)-Emory Thomason, '04, business
anager of the Chicago Tribune,
eaks. on "The Newspaper Game,"
the assembly hall of the Union.
--- Student Volunteers meet in
ane hall.
k-Unitarian Young Peole's soci-
y meets for supper and an in-
rmal adiscussion of religion and
hics. The meeting will close in
mne for the Union services.
DO - Wesleyan guild meets in
ethodist church. The social half-
ur will be omitted because of the
nion services.
-Union services in Hill auditor-
n. Chase S. Osborn, ex-governor
Michigan, speaks on "Life end
,nowledge."
U-NOTICES
persons interested in the forma.
I of a non-technical course in
otor transportation, primarily for
isiness administration students,
'e asked to call A. O. Nichols at
16.
party for graduate students an-
6unced for this afternoon has been
definitely postponed.
'ticket sales for the Glee and
Vndolin club minstrel show will be
inducted at the Union from 9 to 12
clock today.
ternities, sororities, house clubs
id dormitories that would like to
ip entertain and outfit poor child-
n at a Christmas party but have
ot as yet been given assignments
m asked to call Hulda Bancroft
937-W or 966-R.
LW TO LINK STATE EDITORS
WITH SCHOOL OF JOUNALISM
(Continued from Page One)
tive to the department, the possi-
ies of its enlargement, and the
oduction of new courses.
tiroughout the year the students
he department may be called on
rrite or make reports, giving them
des their academic work, an
unt of practical newspaper ex-
ence.
t speaking of the plan Prof. John
lrumnm, head of the journalism de-
ment, said yesterday, "This sug-
ion is noteworthy, coming as it
t from an editor rather than from
nember of the faculty. I- believe
it is practical and sound, and

much benefit could be derived
i it. Certain newspapers co-oper-
with schools. in the Middle-West
the result that students in that
ol obtain a special knowledge on
style of that one particular pa-
but would learn little of others.!
e the plan would further the aim
eneral journalism, and to instruct
o one particular style."
ir live progressive up-to-date ad-
Liing use The Michigan Daily.--

HORACE E. DODGE
DIES IN FLORIDA
Palm Beach, Fla., Dec. 10.-Horace
E. Dodge, millionaire automobile
manufacturer, died here today at his
winter home.
Detroit, Dec. 10.-The death of Hor-
ace Dodge at Palm Beach caused
somewhat of a surprise to his friends
and business acquaintances here, who
had not learned of his serious ill-
ness. Mr. Dodge left here several
weeks ago with Mrs. Dodge for Palm
Beach, apparently in good health, al-
though it was said he had never.
fully recovered from an attack of in-
fluenza while in New York last win-
ter, when his brother, John Dodge,
was stricken.
VARSITY QUINTET WINS FIRST
GAME OF BASKETBALL SEASON
(Continued from Page One)
The second combination did not prove
as effective as the original lineup and
by a burst of speed and use of the
overhead pass Kalamazoo commenc-
ed to cut down the Wolverine lead.
When the score stood 36 to 26 in
Michigan's favor and the ball danger-
ously near the Michigan basket.
Coach Mather sent his original trio
back in the game and at once the
tide was turned and from that time to
the end Michigan was never in dan-
ger.

AN EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFT
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This Countess Stole for a iving
She believed that society owed her a living, and so she became
the most uotgriops of the "Blackbirds," a band of international smug-
glers and crooks,
Then came orders tQ steal the famous Madonna in the home of
an American millionaire. Do#'t let real birds or any other birds
keep you from seeing ."BLACjKjIRDS?" in which lovely JUSTINE
JOHNSTONE plays the part of the Umuntgss, the smugglers'- decoy.

Totals

Referee, Olds; umpire,
son; scorer, Rychner.

LONDON REPORT .SAYS MARTIAL
LAW IN EFFECT IN ROUMANIA
London, Dec. 10.-Reports that mar-
tial law has been proclaimed in Rou-
mania were current today in connec-
tion with dispatches from Bucharest
telling of the throwing of a bomb in
the Roumanian senate, in which two
senators, including a member of the
government, were killed and others
seriously injured.
The bomb throwing is believed to be
directly connected with the unrest
prevailing throughout Roumania.
Strikes of various sorts have been in
progress there- and the government
recently ordered the military forces
to use all means, including bombs and
gas, to suppress disorder.
Four Coast Baseball Indictments Made
Los Angeles, Dec. 10.-Indictments
charging criminal conspiracy were
returned against four persons here
today by the Los Angels county grand
jury, which for several weeks has
been investigating charges of "alleg-
ed crookedness" in 1919 games in the
Pacific Coast Baseball league.

DEAR STUDE:-
Don't fib, even to win a girl, for nothing is so hard to
explain after marriage as the fibs you told before marriage.
This advice isn't directed toward you, in particular, but
to those who, like the chap in "Her Beloved Villain," got
their wives under false pretenses.
Well, a word to the wise is sufficient, and you'd better
come see for yotirself.
Y'prs for a side-ache,
E T MANAGEMENT

OH SAY iI

EDDIE BOLAND
AND THE VANITY FAIR MAIDS ARE HERE

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