THE MICHIGAN DAIL.I
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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 5, 1921.
WAT'S GOING ON
5:00-Editorial staff of tie Michigan-
ensian meets in the Press building.
7:15--Intercollegiate Zionist society
meets at Lane hall.
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"Excelsior" and "National" Diaries
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Handy Desk Calendar oRIC 75cts.
WAH R OOKSTORES
There will be a meeting of the Deans n the office of the President at
10 o'clock Wednesday, Jan. 5. M. L. BURTON.
The regular meeting and dinner of the full teaching staff will be held
at the Michigan Union at 6:15 o'clock Thursday evening.
MARCUS L. WARD.
Department of Romance languages:
The regular monthly luncheon of the staff of the department will be
held at the Union today, Wednesday, at 12:15.
A. G. CANFIELD.
The regular meeting of the Senate Council has been postponed from
Jan. 10 to Feb. 7. R. W. BUNTING, Secretary..
. Thee next entertainment of the University club will be on Friday even-
ing, Jan.7. Open only to members. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
The Mid-West Debating question will be the Official Recognition by the
American Government of the Soviet. Government of Russia. Society try-
outs for this debate must be off by Saturday, Jan. 8. Those who are not
members of a literary society will have a special try-out Saturday morn-
ing, Jan. , in Room 302 Mason hall. Such persons should hand their
names to the undersigned immediately upon returning from vacation. All
who are eligible are urged to enter the try-outs.
RAY K. IMMEL,
Inter-Collegiate Contest Director.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting has been postponed until Jan. 18, at which date
8:00-Lhristman SCience society 11clts ..... ,.
in Lane hal.
There will be no meeting of the Stu-
dent council tonight. WEuJ
TWO NEW CHAPTERS ADMITTED
TO SIGMA XI AT CONVENTION=EE
Two new chapters, one at the Mass- ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY
achusetts Institute of Technology and RICHARD C. HERNDON Presents
the other at Ames college, were ad- HEstinguishsdn tt .
mitted into Sigma Xi, scientific hon- =America's Most Distinguished Emotional Actress
orary fraternity, at its convention
Dec. 30, at the University of Chicago.
Twenty-one chapters were repre-
sented by delegates, the Michigan
chapter sending Dr. Okkelburg, of the
zoology department, Prof. H. H. Bart- -INyHER-
lett, of the botany department, and -NE
Prof. A. F. Shull, of the zoology de-=[1
partment. The delegates attended a GREATEST NUM"S
business meeting in the afternoon and
a banquet in the evening at which sev- VXPTTH EMH
eral prominent investigators spoke.SI NTE N
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R. O. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
Asserting that he world today is
suffering 'from superficiality and the
application of half truths, Persident
Marion L. Burton recommended, as a
solution to current problems, the sci-
entific collection of the facts regard-
ing them; followed by wise and timely
legislation, without regard to the in-
terests of aiy group or section, in his
address on "The University, a Bond
Between the Nations," given at the
Cosmopolitan convention banquet in
Newberry hall on last Wednesday eve-'
ning. President Burton said he be-
lieved it to be the duty of every citizen
of every nation to give his country the
kind of loyalty that will held it to be-
come in all respects the nation it
ought to be.
50 Colleges Represented
The banquet brought to a close the
14th annual convention of the Corda
Fratres association of Cosmopolitan
clubs which began on Monday, Dec.
27. Delegatesafrom 50 colleges and
universities throughout the United
States were in attendance. The visit-
ing members were guests of the local
After devoting the first session on
Monday afternoon to the business af--1
fairs of the organization, the dele-
gates were entertained at dinner in
Lane hall. In the evening they were
addressed by Prof. T. E. Rankin, of
the rhetoric department'.
Prof. J. C. Hildner, presiding of-
ficer of the association, delivered his
message at the session on Tuesday
afternoon, and Dr. Lynn Harold Hough,
former president of Northwestern un-
iversity, spoke on "The International
Mind," Tuesday evening.
A a result of exception taken by the
East Indian delegates to certain re-
marks made by Dr. Hough which they
regarded as partial to England, press
representatives were excluded from
the sessions on Wednesday.
REFUSE DISCUSSION OF PLANS
TO NEGOTIATE IRISH TRUCE
Dubl/in, Jan. 4.-3y 22 votes to 15,
the Dublin Corporation has declined
to discuss proposals for an Irish
truce. The negative vote came in
spite of a strong appeal from High
Sheriff McWalter, who declared it was
a "poor honor to De Valera, who is
alleged to'be in the country in the in-
terests of peace, for persons profess-
ing to be his followers to object to
PUBLIC DEBT DECREASES
192 MILLION IN DECEMBER
Washington, Jan. 4.-A decrease of
$192,932,075 in the public debt during
the last month of 1920 was announced
today byothe Treasury Department. On
Dec. 31 the total gross debt was $23,-
982,224,168, compared with $24,087,-
356,128 on last Sept. 30, and $20,596,-
701,648 on Aug. 31, 1919, when the war
debt was at its peak.
ALLEGED BROTHER OF MARTYR
MAYOR ARRIVES AS STOWAWAY
Newport News, Va., Jan. 4. - Two
men who identified themselves as Pet-
er J. MacSwiney, brother of the late
lord mayor of Cork, and another who
said he was the present lord mayor
of Cork arrived in Newport News to-
night as stowaways on the American
steamship, West Canon, from an Irish
port. MacSwiney carried a passport
vised by an American consul.
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