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THE MICHIGAN DAIL i

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DAILY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1921.

Number 67.

Regents' Meeting:
The regular January meeting of the Regents will be held at 9:30 a.
m. Friday, Jan. 7, in the Regents' room in the Law building.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Dental Faculty:
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.
Executive Board of the Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Thursday, Jan. 6, at 4:10 p. m. A. H. LLOYD.
To Freshmen on the Delinquent List in the College of Literature, Science,
-and the Arts:,
If any delinquent students in the College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts care to consult me with reference to their work, I shall be glad to
meet them at the following office hours:
Thursday 3 to 4.
Friday 11 to 12.
Saturday 9 to 12.
Office in room 105, TappanhaIl. C. 0. DAVIS,
Adviser to Freshmen.
Comedy Club:
There will be a rehearsal of Act I of "Bunty Pulls the Strings" Thurs-
day, Jan. 6, at 7:15 o'clock in room 206 University Hall.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Students of Botany, Forestry and Geology:
Dr. Edgar T. Wherry of the United States Department of Agriculture
will lecture at 4 p. m. Friday in the Natural Science auditorium on "The
Relation of Soil Acidity to Plant Distribution." All science students should
endeavor to be present. H. H. BARTLETT.
University Club:
The next entertainment of the University club will be on Friday even-
ing, Jan. 7. Open only to members. ALFRED H. LLOYD..
Varsity Debates:
The Mid-West Debating questitn 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. 8, 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.

Michigan Daily Supplement
To Student Directory
FIRST SEMESTER-N UMBER ONE
Adams, Gifford S., '23, 537 Thompson St. Lawton. 2674-M.
Adams, Robert E. Jr., '23, 1110 Michigan Ave., Louisville, Ky.
1975-M.
Alleman, E. Viola, '24L, 1003 E. University. Washington, N. J. 383-J.
Anderson, Robert, '23E, 715 S. State. Calumet. 72-W.
Babcock, Kenneth, 24, 421 Thompson. Detroit. 2672-R.
Babcock, Lyndon R., '22, 421 Thompson. Detroit. 2672-R.
Barrett, Herbert F., '24, 939 Greenwood. Buffalo, N. Y.
Bartlett, 11. E., '23, 1233 Washtenaw. Lexington, Ky. 1097-R.
B3ashara, Nayf Geo., '23L, 1021 11111. Ann Arbor. 1298-J.
Beattie, Orville R., '22, 114 N. Tngalls. Charlevoix. 855-J.
Beier, Geo. H., '21, 526 Packard. Dixon, Ill. 1951-M.
Bergh, 11. J., 1233 Washtenaw. Marquette. 1097-R.
Betz. Edward L. Jr., '21E, 423 Hamilton Pl. Hagerstown, Md. 1601-J.
Bittner, Eleanor, Grad., 511 Monroe. Alma 1457-M.
Bishop, Iva, '21, 1331 ueddes. Haven, Kansas. 2322-R.
Black, Stacy It., '24, 939 Greenwood. Buffalo, N. Y.
Blackinton, Joe I., '211, 715 S. State. Calumet.
Blecha, Frank R., 815 S. State. New Bedford, Mass. 1184-M.
Blinzler, Leo P., '24E, 1233 Washtenaw. Buffalo, N Y. 1097-R.
Bohne, P. Judge, '24, 1110 Michigan. Louisville, Ky. 1975-M.
Brenner, Ralph K., '23E, 1336 Geddes. Lancaster, Ohio. 2322-W.
Bretz, G. Chas., '21E, 407 E. University. Louisville, Ky. 2483-W.
Brown, Arthur H., '22D, 210 E. Liberty. Tecumseh.
Brown, Roland P., '21, 551 Church. Cheboygan. 1526-R.
Bumke, Edward C., '24, 422 . Kingsley. Manistee. 223-J.
Burnside, Marvin M., '24, 434 Maynard. Muscatine, Ia. 1619-J.
Butler, Carlton E., '21, 414 Church. Montpelier, O. 450-W.
Case, Herbert S., '23E, 411 E. University. Sault Ste. Marie. 820-J.
Chambers, George W., '23A, 715 S. State. Princeton, Ind. 72-W.
Cherniak, Harry M., '23, 430 S. Fifth. Windsor; Ont. 1100-W.
Coffey, Lawrence C., '23L, 713 Catherine. Oxford. Neb. 2581-W.

NANCE O'NEIL IN "THE PASSION FLOWER." AT THE WHITNEY THE-
ATER, SATURDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 8.

BUDDHISTS ARE MENACING
SALVATION ARMY WORK
Formi Similar Organization to Drive
Christian Workers Out of
Japan
Tokio, Nov. 20.-(Correspondence Of
the Associated Press).-A Buddhist
salvation army has been formed with'
headquarters in Tokio and according
to one of its leaders, it is determined
to "fight the Christian Salvation army'
out of Japan."
Members of the Puddhist salvation'
army took a leading part in the dis-
turbances which marked the celebra-
tion of the Salvation Army's semi-
jubilee during the last few days.
Colonel Duce of the Salvation Army,'
makes light of the attacks.
French President Drops Official Kiss
Paris, Jan. 5.-Official kissing, hith-
erto a regular feature of presidential
functions in France, is being discon-
tinued by President Millerand.
Recipients of the Legion of HonorI
decorated personally by the presi-
dent, women students at universities
who had won prizes, little girls pre-
senting bouquets and small boys re-
citing verses of welcome, have all in
the past been invariably embraced by
the president, who, it was estimated,
kissed a thousand French faces,
bearded and unbearded, every year.

WVII'PLE ELECTED OFFICER
OF SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

_WAYNE COUNTY TO SPEND county's history. The larger part of
Prof. G. M. Whipple of the Depart- FOUR MILLION ON HIGHWAYS the material for the work is said to
inient of Education was elected vice- be on hand and the builders only are
president and chairman of section Q (By Associated Press) awaiting the coming of spring to
of the education section of the Asso- Detroit, Jan. 5.-Wayne county ex- start operations.
ciation at a recent meeting of the pects to spend $4,200,000 in road and A large proportion of the new high-
American Association for the Ad- bridge construction during the fiscal ways contemplated will be concrete.
vancement of Science held in Chica- year ending Sept. 20, next, it is an-
go. He will have charge over this nounced by the county road commis- Protest Use of Horses in Bull Ring
department when the International sioners. Of this amount $2,200,000 Mexico City, Jan. 5.-There is a
meeting is held at Toronto next De- is to be used in road building, the re- slight agitation here against the use
cember. mainder being provided to construct
._two bridges costing $1,000,000 each. of horses in bull-fighting. One con-
They will span River Rouge at West 'tributor writing to a local paper ob-
Michigan Professors Attend Meeting Jefferson avenue and Fort street, jects on the ground that the bulls
Five members of the faculty of the west. These bridges already are un- will kill so many horses that the sup-
department of public speaking attend- der construction. 4ply of them for transportation in the
ed the meeting of the National asso- Edward N. Hines, chairman of the city will be depleted.
ciation of teachers of speech at Cleve- board of road commissioners, stated
land during the holidays. These were the year would see the greatest road Michigan Daily liners bring re-
Prof. T. C. Trueblood, Prof. R. D. T. building program carried out in the sults.-Adv.

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WHAT'S GOING ON

society covering China, Japan, Korea
and Siberia.
BOXING COACH.TO HOLD CON-
SULTATION HOURS TODAY

THURSDAT
11:00-IDr. Edgar G. Wherry speaks in T. Sullivan, boxing coach, will hold
in room 224, Natural Science build- consultation with all students wishing
ing, on "Famous Mineral Locali- instruction in boxing from 2 to 5
ties." o'clock today and Friday in the gym-
4:3O--Dr. Wherry speaks on "The De. nasium.
termination of Alkaloids and Other
Substances Under the Microscope,"
in room 224, Natural Science build-T
ing. UINILIIHIU TI U ILLIL
6:30-"Some Scientific Aspects of the
Bible," in the upper roomt, Lane STA!NAT POWER PLNT

Hollister, George Wilner, John H.
Hathaway, and Ray K. Immel. Mr.
Inimel was re-elected treasurer and
was chosen business manager of the
Quarterly Journal of Speech Educa-
tion.
Reparations Delayed by Germany
Paris, Jan. 5.-The French govern-
ment today received notice that the
German delegation was not ready to
resume the reparations conference at
Brussels on Jan. 10, as had been
agreed upon before the adjournment
of the conference last month.

V ISL NHWhere they all go
1116 So. University Ave.

hall.
7:30-Pi Delta Epsilon meets, room
304, Union.
8:00 - Workshop company meets in
the workshop.
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
FRIDAY
4:00-Dr. Edgar G. Wherry speaks on
"The Relation of Soil Acidity to
Plant Distribution," in Natural Sci-
ence auditorium.
7:00-Meeting of the Erie club in Un-

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TURBINE DECREASES CHANCE OF
BREAKDOWN; 600 KILOWATT
CAPACITY
The new 600 kilowatt generator,
which has been installed in the power
house recently, will greatly relieve
the strain on the power plant, accord-
ing to E. C. Pardon, superintendent
of the Buildings and Grounds depart-
ment.
The great increase in the lighting
and electrical equipment of the Uni-
versity has forced the power plant to
continually overload their generators,
thus increasing the possibility of a
breakdown, which would greatly in-
convenience many departments. In
order to do away with this constant
overloading and also have plenty of
power in the event one machine

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The entire personnel of our

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ion lobby.
7:30-Regular meeting of Alpha
fourth floor, Univeristy hall.,

Ann Arbor branch

is eager to

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service.

U-NOTICES
Tickets for the Conference basketball
games may be secured at the booth
in University hall from 9 to 12 and
from 1:30 to 5 o'clock today and
Friday and on Saturday morning if

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LANDERS
OR
LOWERS
Flowers of Quality

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the supply of tickets holds out. - should break down, the installation o
the new generator has been mad
necessary, according to Pardon.
Japanese Watch Socialist Movements The new unit will furnish enough
Tokio, Jan. 5.-Japanese socialists power to permit the laboratories to
are displaying considerable activity continue experiments, which until
and are being closely watched by the now have been attempted but seldom
police. Plans were recently discover- because of the fear of overloading the
ed to form an international socialist plant too much.

Special

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FEA THER YOUR NEST--Fox
GRIEVING FOR YOU
NUV W E R 3345
Played by Happy Six

Trot

ALMENDINGER MUSIC HOUSE
122 EAST LIBERTY

213 E. LIBERTY ST. 715 N. UNIV. AVE. I
PHONE 294F1= F2

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Students Lunch
409 Jetterson
High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

"Excelslor"and "National" Diaries
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Handy Desk Calendar 'ONI 75cts.
UNI VERSITY
BOOK STORES

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KILOWATT

GENERATOR RECENTLY INSTALLED
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