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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921.

Number 87.

:embers of. the Faculty:
All arrangements for rooms for examination which cannot be accom-
odated in the rooms in which the classes are regularly scheduled must
e made through the office of the Committee on Rooms.
Provisions for French 1, Spanish 1, Rhetoric 1, History 1, la, and 1b,
conomics 1. Psychology 7, and Mathematics A, C, 1, 51, will be announced
y Tuesday of nett week..
Office hours 3:30-4:30 Friday and Monday, room 106, Mason hall.
L. C. KARPINSKI.
hysies Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet on Monday, Dec. 31, at 4:20 p. m.
r. R. A. Sawyer will give a paper (illustrated) on "Michelson's Interfer-
nce Method of Measuring the Size of Stars." The paper will be followed
y a discussion by Professor Hussey on the history of the method and its
stronomical importance. All interested are invited.
W. F. COLBY.
unior Chemical Engineers:
All Junior Chemical Engineers please report to Prof. A. E. White, room
06, Chemistry building, sometime during Monday, Jan. 31, or Tuesday,
eb. 1. A. E. WHITE.
niveisity Women:
For the remainder of this semester University women may find the
ttendance committee for women in the office of the Dean of Women,
stead of in the Registrar's office.
MYRA B. JORDAN.
abor Problems Economics 3:
Due to Mr. Robertson's inability to come to Ann Arbor, the blue book
ill be given on Monday as originally planned. The Thursday section will
.eet at 11 o'clock as usual. ISADOR LUBIN.
eology, History, Economics:
Notice is given that a new course, Geology 39, will be offered during
e spring' semester for which one hour of credit will be given. This
)urse will consist of lectures to be given daily between March 16 and
arch 25 at 4:15 p. i., and it is expected that Miss Ellen Churchill Semple,
ie President of the Association of American Geographists and the Cullom
edalist of the American Geographical Society, will give the lectures, the
rmal appointment by the Board of Regents alone being necessary. The
ibject of the lectures will be Geography of the Mediterranean Region in
elation to Ancient History. Special reading and examination will be re-
aired of those who elect the course. Those who have completed Geology
-b or its equivalent may elect the course.
WILLIAM HERBERT HOBBS.
0. T. C. Infantry:
Students interested in forming an R. 0. T. C. Infantry Unit at the Uni-
irsity of Michigan classify for Military Science Course 2 and report to
lice 241 New Engineering building.
The enrollment of 40 more students will insure the establishment of
.e Infantry Unit. ROBERT ARTHUR, P. M. S. & T.
nate Counell:
There will be a special meeting of the Senate Council on Monday, Jan.
at 4:15 p. m., in the President's office.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.

Constantinople, Jan. 28.-Comment-
ing on alleged difficulties A. P. Kras-
notchekopf, head of the Far Eastern
republic of Siberia, is having with
the Japanese, a wireless message from
Moscow says:
"The Japanese must keep their
promises and remove all their troops
from Siberia. They are not wanted.
We are able to settle our own inter-
nal affairs."
Miami, Fla., Jan. 28.-The house-
boat Victoria, on which President-
elect Harding is cruising down the
Florida coast, tied up tonight at Port
Lauderdale, about 30 miles above
here, and is expected to complete her
southward voyage to this port tomor-
row.
Miami is the southernmost point on
the Victoria's schedule. An elabor-
ate reception originally was planned
here for the President-elect and. his
party, but after consultation with
him officials of the local reception
committee announced that his visit
would be celebrated only, by a dis-
play of flags and other patriotic em-
blems.
New York, Jan. 28.-A manifesto
asserting that "the people of free
Russia" cannot be bound by agree-
ments concluded by the Bolsheviki
and repudiating concessions granted
to foreigners, which was adopted at a
conference now being held in Paris
of all Russian democratic elements
opposed to Bolshevism, was - made
public here tonight by A. K. Sack,
directorhof theRussian information
bureau.
Attending the conference are for-
mer Premier Kerensky and Boris A.
Bakhmeteff, former Russian ambas-
sador at Washington.
Creole pralines (original) from New
Orlean's at Tice's Drug Store, 117 So.
Main St.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.

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EMBERS TO ATTEND Sport Echoes
NCE AT ATLANTIC CITY
mmbers of the University (Continued from Page Three)
attend the mid-winter "spit ball" in any game which might (From The Michigan Daily of Jan.
the National Educational be played between the two teams. 29, 1891.)
0 be held Feb. 24 to The dispute dates back to Iowa's James VanInwagen, the newly elect-
clusive, at Atlantic Cityiirst game with Ames last spring d football captain is a member of
convention will be the Irst gaeh Ames ast sprn '92 and one of the most prominent ath-
ant gathering of the asso- wene CacamerN. A'soe pof letes. He prepared for the University
tested against Pitcher Plagge's use of a hlisEee cdmweeh
rear and will have for its th ra eiey h mieu-at Phillips Exeter academy, where he
big men i education in the freak delivery. The umpireup-stricted took a prominent position in athletics,
hedCahAsmr n rsrce winning the high jump both years. He
the Ames hurler from using the pro- broke the Exeter hurdle record while
Marion L. Burton will be tested delivery. When it came time boeteEee udercr hl
1 speaker at the Michigan testhelsery. ghenwicast there, and was second in the race in
held Fb. at for the second game, which was to
be held Feb. 28a the have been played on Iowa fieldthehe which McPherran, last year's captain,
otel in Atlantic City in eAmes team failed to show up. A tele broke the academy record for the 100
with the educational meet- yards. 'While there he played right
nner will be given under phone message to Ames disclosed that end on the football team, being a mem-
i of the University and the Aggies had decided not to play ber of the famous team of '88, of which
unless they could use the spit ball.
to all men and women of Trafford, McClung, and Cranston were
swell as for former stu- members.
University. In addition C. E. Meyers of Bucyrus, Ohio, left Since coming here he has played
ess by President Burton, end on the champion Ohio State continually on the football team either
.es will be made by Mich- gridiron team, has been elected to as right end or fullback. He now holds

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igan men and women.
ART COLLECTION TO BE OPENED
TO PUBLIC WITHIN FEW DAYS
One of he two art collections secur-
ed for presentation in Alumni Mem-
orial hall will be on display in a few
days. The pictures have already ar-
rived. The other collection will prob-
ably be shown in May.
Both collections were secured from
the American Federation of Art at
Washington, and consist of a number
of paintings by representative Amer-
ican artists.

captain the 1921 Buckeye aggrega-
tion. Meyers has played end on the
Ohio varsity for two seasons and it
was this year that he achieved his
greatest fame when he took the pass
from Workman in the last second of
the game with Illinois and carried the
ball across for the touchdown which
gave Ohio a clear claim to the title.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.

the U. of M. record for the high jump.
It will be seen from this that Mr. Van
Inwagen has had a long and valuable
experience in football and is abund-
antly qualified to fill the responsible
position of captain.
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your business grow.-Adv.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
SATURDAY
10:30-Special show at Majestic, pro-
ceeds going to Michigan relief fund.
Tickets on sale at bookstores, fra-
ternities, sororities and dormitories.
1:30-Senior engineers practice bask-
etball, Waterman gymnasium.
2:30-Michigan relief fund dance, as-
sembly hall, Union.
8:00-Moving pictures of American
troops in Iction, Lane hall. All ex-
service men invited.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in upper room, Lane hall.
7:80-Craftsmen club meets, Masonic
temple.
8:00-Membership party given in Un-
itarian Guild hall. A candy sale by
the Young People's society will be
given at the same time.
SUNDAY
B:00--Prof. Daniel Gregory Mason
gives lecture recital on "The Listen-
er's Share in Music," Hill auditor-
ium,
1:80-Student volunteers meets in
Lane hall.}
U-NOTICES
Tryouts for the Union opera should
see Mr. Shuter in room 308 of the
Union, from 10:30 to 12, or from
2:30 to 4:30 o'clock any week day,a
except Saturday.

KRAUS SECURES SPEAKERS FOR
SUMMER SESSION LECTURES
Speakers for the special series of
lectures to be given during the Sum-
mer session are being secured now by
Prof. E. H. Kraus, dean of the session.
Five numbers havealready been ar-
ranged with the following men:
Thomas E. Johnston, state superin-
tendent of public instruction; Dwight
B. Waldo, president of the Western
Normal school at Kalamazoo; W. G.
Coburn, superintendent of schools at
Battle Creek; Charles L. Spain, dep-
uty superintendent of the Detroit
schools; and Dr. J. Adams Puffer, of
New York City, representing the Na-
tional Child Welfare association. The
latter will be here for three days,
speaking in the interest of child wel-
fare.
Other leading speakers and educa-
tors will be secured at an early date,
and in addition to these there will be
a number of addresses by faculty
members of the* University.
MICHIGAN TANKMEN TAKE
DOWN U. OF CINCINNATI
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en of the nine Michigan men which
composed the team scored first plac-
es, there being no individual star.
The men who made the trip are Cap-
tain Gilmore, Hyde, Hubbard, Han-
son, Porter, White, Babcock, Smith,
and Yerkes.
The Michigan team will meet the
Cincinnati Y. M. C. A. in a dual meet
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NION DANCE PROCEEDS WILL Tomorrow ViLi.
SWELL RELIEF DRIVE FUND
Engineering Laboratory Praised
(Continued on Page SiX) Praise of the automotive labora-
With a large number turning out, tories of the engineering college was
e committee in charge expects a expressed recently by J. F. Bourquin,
nsiderable sum to be turned over to '04E, factory manager of the Detroit
e Relief fund as there is little ex- plant, Continental Motors company.
nse to date. George Rogers has Mr. Bourquin, accompanied by W. A.
ntributed the services of his six- Fredericks, his chief engineer, visited
ece orchestra, and the Union has here recently, having heard of the
ven the use of the assembly hall. laboratory's activities from Califor-
'he dance will not be strictly a nia. He ventured the opinon that no
iple affair, the committee, of which laboratory in the country was doing
zhugh Brewer, '21, is chairman, the same kind of work, particularly
ging the men and women to come in chassis testing, and promised to
ne or together. "We want every- furnish a truck for experiment work
e out so that we will be able to in the near future.
a over a large sum to the Relief
d," said Brewer. Use the advertising columns of The
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SPECIAL CHARITY MATINEE SATURDAY, AT 10:30
Special show arranged with Thomas Meighan in "The Prince Chap," an
excellent picture. 10c and 25c. All receipts go to European Relief Fund.
COMING NEXT SUNDAY
REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY
North Wind's Malice"

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