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Volume I TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1921. Number 71.

(By Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 10.-International
intercollegiate sporting contests in this


To the Deans:
There will be no
ence will be held on

conference of the Deans this week. The next confer-
Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 10 a. m.
M. L. BURTON, President.

To the Members of the University:
The President of the University and Mrs. Burton keenly regret that
it will be impossible for them to be "at home" on Wednesday afternoon,
Jan. 12.
To the Members of the University:
At the meeting of the Board of Regents on Jan. 7, it was decided here-
after to hold the regular meetings of the Board on the last Friday of the
month beginning with March. The next regular meeting therefore will oc-
cur on Friday, Feb. 4, but the March meeting will not be held until March
25. If the business of the University requires it a special meeting of the
Board- may be called sometime between February 4 and March 25.
In this connection it may be well to emphasize the fact that all commu-
nications regarding the affairs of the University which must be acted upon
by the Board of Regents should be in this office eight days prior to the meet-
ing of the Board. Our procedure in handling the business is such that the
President no longer presents a "personal program." All items therefore
must be in hand eight days prior to a meeting if they are to be sure of con-
sideration. Moreover, it is suggested that the communications be sent in
Just as early as possible in order to avoid congestion at the last moment
and particularly in order to make it possible to gather any necessary facts
which bear upon the problems presented for consideration. By this method
hasty action is avoided and the interests of the University may be given
careful and judicious attention.
M. L. BURTON, President.
To All Student Organizations:
Notice is hereby given that any student organization wishing to give
a dance, house-party, or social entertainment of any kind, in Ann Arbor or
elsewhere, must secure permission of the Committee on Student Affairs.
Failure to observe this order will render the offending organization liable
to discipline. M. L BURTON, President.
Mathematical Club:
Dinner will be served at the Michigan Union Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 6:30
p. m. Regular meeting will be held on the same eve'ning, in room 401
Mason hall, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Kazarinoff will present. "Remarks on One-
sided Surfaces", and Professor Poor will read a paper, "On the Theorems
of Gauss and of Green." W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
The Players Club:
An important meeting of the club will be held at 4 p. m. on Tuesday..
Jan. 11, in room 205, Mason hall. At this meeting announcement will be-
made concerning the first event of the year's program; committees will be
formed ; members, and others who have expressed a desire to Join, will be
given an opportunity to pay the annual fee and sign the constitution.


4:00-Player's club meets in room 205,
Mason hall.
:15-Circle Francais meets in Circle
Francais rooms.
7:15-Mandolin club meets at the
home of Frank L. Thomas, director,
521 South Division street.
7:30-Regular meeting of the Classic-
al club in room A, Alumni Memorial
7:30-Student council committee on
underclass conduct meets at the
7:45-Round-Up club meets at the Un-
8:00 - Workshop dancing class meets
at the workshop.
8:00 - Czecho-Slovak club meets at
Lane hall.
3:30-Tony Sarg's marionettes in "Rip
Van Winkle," in Sarah Caswell Ang-
ell hall. No reserved seats. Doors
open at 3 o'clock.
5:00-Meeting of the Gargoyle busi-
ness staff and try-outs in the Press
7:00-Youngstown - Michigan club
meets in room 302, Union.
7:00 -- Italian club meets in Cercle
Francais rooms.
7:00-Meeting of Northwestern club in
Lane hall.
7:00-Meeting of the Men's Education.
al club at the Union. All men in-
terested in education are invited.
7:00-J-Hop committee meets at the
7:15-Student council meets in room
306, Union.
7:30 - Western club meets in Lane
7:30-Dr. W. J. Hale and Dr. C. D.
Holley speak on "The Relation of
Industrial Research to the Univer-
sity," in room 303 Chemistry build-
7:30-University Post of the American
legion meets at the Union.' Urgent
7:30-Pennsylvania club meets in room
304, Ulnion.
7:30 - Forestry club meets in room
F-214, Natural Science building.
8:00-Tony Sarg's marionettes present
"Olla Podria" is Sarah Caswell Ang-
ell hall. Doors open at 7:30.

have not returned their "Good Fel-
lowship" post cards are asked to
do so at once in order that final re-
ports can be made.
All members of the A. S. M. E. are ask-
ed to read the important notice post-
ed on the society bulletin board.
Men wishing to try out for the Chinese
Spotlight should hand their names
in at the Union lobby desk, or call
Larry Frost at 976-J.
Contributions to the "College Wit;"
contest should be addressed to the
Editor of the Gargoyle, Ann Arbor
Press building, and must be in by
Jan. 31. Color designs must be -n
two weeks earlier, however.

country appear certain next spring as
the result of the Cornell university
cross country trip to England during
the Christmas holidays. Word to th:s
effect was brought back by Manager
McGovern and Trainer Jack Moakley,
who arrived here today with the seven
Cornell runners who competed against
the combined Oxford-Cambridge team
in England.
Mr. McGovern stated that the under-
graduates and alumni of Cambridge
university were ardently in favor of
a return athletic visit to Cornell next
spring. He was assured that if facul-
ty permission could be 'obtained an
eight oared crew or a complete track
and field team, or both, would be sent
to Ithaca for participation in the an-
nual spring day sports carnival, us-
ually held in May. The English un-
iversity's Easter vacation begins early
in April and extends over a period of
five or six weks.
That English varsity sportsmen and
statesmen are in favor of more inter-
national contests betwen England and
the United States was made evident
to the Cornell coach.
Pi Epsilon Delta is the newest hon-
orary fraternity which will make its
appearance on the campus. It is the
leading honorary dramatic fraternity
of the United States, and will establish
a Michigan chapter in the near future.
The chapter will start with a nucleus
of eight charter members, comprising
the most talented playwrights and
amateur actors on the campus.
Only those students who have taken
leading parts in the University produc-
tions and who are now members of
one of the dramatic clubs will be con-
sidered eligible for membership. Hon-
orary elections will be made of those
faculty members whose interest and
efforts have been for the best in stage
craft at the University. The initiation
of charter members will be announced
Pi Epsilon Delta was founded at the
University of Wisconsin several years
ago and has chapters in almost all of
the Conference schools as well as in
the larger eastern colleges.
All members and prospective mem-
bers of the Players' club are expect-
ed to attend an important meeting of
the society at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in room 205 Mason hall. According
to Prof. Richard D. Hollister, of the
oratory department, the purpose of the
meeting is three-fold: to complete the
organization of the club, to establish
the personnel of the committees, and
to give those who have not yet put In
their application for membership a
chance to sign the constitution and to
pay their yearly fee of three dollars.
"Members will be grouped later
according to the field of dramatics
they are interested in," said Professor
Hollister. "It is hoped that the club
may discuss plans for the presenta-
tion of four plays on Jan. 27 and 28."
Two speeches will be given in con-
nection with the department of In-
dustrial research tomorrow evening
at 7:30 o'clock in room 303 of the
Chemistry building, dealing with the
relation of industrial research to the
The speakers are Dr. W. J. Hale,

director of chemical research with the
Dow Chemical company, and former-
ly professor of general chemistry at
Michigan, and Dr. C. D. Holley, di-
rector of research in paints and varn-
ishes with the Shermin-Williams fac-
tories and at one time a member of
the department of general chemistry
at Michigan.
It is important that those contem-
plating taking Chemistry 12 be pres-
Prof. W. C. Hoad, head of the san-
tary engineering department, left ear-
y Sunday morning for Philadelphia,
where he delivered a lecture at Johns
Hopkins university Monday evening.
"The Relation of Sanitary Engineer-
ng to the Public Health," was his
opic. Prof. Hoad will return Thurs-

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I Love The Land of Old Black Joe (One ,ftep)

(Continued fromPage One)
importance of the book to the new
men was not considered necessary to
The Student Employment bureau, .
which annually secured employment
for hundreds of students costs $500;
and the Extension service, which
sends prominent men throughout the
state to talk to high school groups,: .s
several going out nearly every week, '
costs $500. Other departments and
services having a place in the budget
are the Religious Education commit-
tee, including T. M. Iden's "Upper
Room" classes; the University Serv-
ice committee, which secures the .
speakers and arranges for the month-
ly University services; the World Se-
ries committee; the International
Friendship committee, which aids for- .
eign students in becoming acquaint-
ed, and provides means of entertain- SOME OF TONY SARG'S MARIONETTES WHO WILL BE SEEN HERE
ment and meetings for them; and the WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Publicity committee.
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Many Others


City News


Formerly Twelfth St.

Theodore Frey and "Monk" Boy-
den, sentenced to 30 days for attack-
t ing an officer, were released by Judge
Thomas yesterday, their release to
take effect at 6 o'clock this morning,
upon promise of good behavior.
The nominating committee of the
Chamber of Commerce met last night
to nominate candidates for the board
of directors. From these nominees
the places of the retiring third of the
board will be filled at the meeting of
the board on Monday night, Jan. 17.
Mr. Martin, of the Y. M. C. A., will
direct the activities of the "Y" during
local thrift week, Jan. 17 to 23. The
thrift week begins upon Benjamin
Franklin's birthday, Jan. 17, and
teaches the "ten commandments of
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tralia leading with six victories, Eng-
land second with five, and the United
States third with. four. Perhaps the
most remarkable record in all the
Davis Cup matches, since these in-t
ternational contests began in 1900, ist
the work of Norman Brookes. This
veteran has been on every Australian
Davis Cup team since competition for1
the historic cup began. He has play-E
ed in no less than 14 international
contests and is considered by many asI
the game's greatest player.
Legion to Hold Important Meeting
There will be an important meeting i

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of the Anerican legion at 7:30 o'clock L
Wednesday night in the Union, room w
U-NOTICES number to be posted on the bulletin H
'he Western club dance will be held board. Every member is especially
Saturday night at the Packard acad- requested to be present. i
emy. t
-1 fraternity and sorority houses that Patronize Dxily advertisers.-Adv. d

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