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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Sain t Pat UniteSTIrKER APPOINTED
Two Sonsof Erin' BASKETBALL MANAER

with Moliere on account of his irony
and the fact that he ridicules so skill-
fully the newly rich.
"Labiche was a member of the
French academy, an institution' which
closed its doors to such famous writ-
ers as Balzac, Beaumarchais, and
Moliere," said Mr. Mathieu.

'E -SERVICE VOTERS
TOLD TO GET BALLOTS

I

THURDAY, MARCH 17, 1921.

Number 114

uate Students:
)ean and Mrs. Alfred H. Lloyd will be at home, 1735 Washtenaw Ave-
corner of Cambridge Road, to +students of the Graduate School every
y afternoon, 4 to 6, until April 16.
SCHOOL Admiralty Law:
Lseries of ten lectures on the Law of Admiralty is to be given by Lieu-
at-Commander William H. Faust, United States Navy (retired), a grad-
of this Law School in the class of 1901. The course will begin at 4
k on Monday, March 21, in Room G of the Law School and will con-
daily at the same hour. The lectures are open to all members of the
ersity. EVANS HOLBROOK,
Secretary of the Law School.
enior Students of Electrical Engineering:
dr. Geo. H. Pfeif of the General Electric Company will be in my office at,
lock Friday morning and will remain through Saturday. I advise stu-
interested in learning about opportunities for employment to call on
?feif early in he day to arrange for an interview.
JOHN C. PARKER.
al Faculty:
Che regular weekly meeting of the dental faculty will be held today
:15 at the Michigan Union. MARCUS L. WARD.
[Lc Club-
legular meeting of the Romance Club today, March 17,'at 4:30 at the
igan Union. A. G. CANFIELD.
go of Pharmacy Lecture,
inder the auspices of the Prescott Club, Mr. H. S. Noel, of Eli Lilly &
:ndianapolis, will speak on "Getting the Most Out of Business," Thurs-
March 17, at 7:30 p. m. in Room 151 Chemistry building. The public.
cited. C. C. GLOVER.
veering English 6, Report-Writing:
he lecture in Report-Writing will be given this week at 7 o'clock
sday evening in Room 348.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
nts in Economics 15 and 37:
tudents in the above courses who were absent at the final examina-
and are entitled to take the make-up examination will present them-
s in Room 102, Economics building, next Saturday morning, March 19,
at 9 o'clock. I. L. SHARFMAN.
>mits 1E:
[ake-up and condition examination will be held in Room 6, Economics
ing, on Thursday, March 17, at 2 o'clock.
ISADOR LUBIN.
ormer Students of C. M. N. S.:
.11 former students of the Central Michigan Normal School are re-
ed to meet in Room 106, Tappan Hall, for a few minutes' meeting,
March 17, at 4 o'clock. HARVEY H. LOWREY.
he supplementary examination for students who were absent from the
examination will be given on Fritlay, March 18, 2 p. m., in Room 202,
es building. H. M. RANDALL.

Tim was happy. To passers-by on
the busy thoroughfare where he was1
givihg vent to his exuberance by a'
loud and lusty trendition of "The.
Wearing of the Green," the brawny
son of Erin, with a'tiny sprig of sham-
rock inhis coat lapel, and a tie as
verdant as the shamrock itself, pre-
sented a curious spectacle. But what
cared Tim for other's opinions-this
was St. Patrick's day, when all Irish
hearts are gay.'
He had just commenced the fourth
encore, which the large crowd gath-
ered about him had demanded, whenj
a handswas clapped on his shoulder
and a stern voice exclaimed, "You're
pinched for disorderly conduct. Come
along with yez."
Tim turned around, the joy in his:
soul turned to grief. That this day ofI
all days should be marred in this rude
manner. He looked up at the blue-
coat, and Tim's heart suddenly beat
faster.
"Pat O'Brien," he cried, "fur the luv
of blazes, I though I left you safe in
Ireland, after ye'd been demobilized?"
"Tim! Me old pal, Tim," said the
arm of the law. "Sure, and I couldn't
stay one single day after you left, and
so I came over here lookin' for you."
And arm in arm marched Tim and
Pat, duty forgotten while two loyal
sons of Erin paid due reverence to
the memory of St. Patrick.
TWO CHOICES NECESSARY
FOR SEATS AT OPERA
(Continued from Page One)
preferences for nights," said Homer:
Heath yesterday.
To relieve congestion at 9 o'clock
tomorrow morning when annual
members will be hande their appli-
cation blanks in the lobby of the:
Union, the blanks will be given out
at a number of different points. Need
of lining up will therefore be elim-
inated. Applications from annual
members will be filled in the order in"
which they are sent or handed in
together with the money for tickets.
The large number to be handed out
tomorrow makes it neocessary that
more than one choice be expressed,
Ticket sales up to this time have
been better even than last year, one
of the features of the sale being the
popularity of the Saturday afternoon
matinee.
L. C. SMITH, UNDERWOOD and oth-
er typewriters for sale and rent. O.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's Arcade.-Adv.
Use Classified advertising and sell
your miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.

RICE, CURRIE, UEBELE, SELWAY,
SOPHOMORES, CHOSEN AS

TO PREVENT DELAY ON
BONUS AMENDMENT
VOTE"I

THE

ASSISTANTS
Henry Stricker, '22, has been ap- Sr
pointed basketball- manager of the uafClbr to
1922 Varsity team. Robert Rice, '23,
C. G. Currie, '23E, B. E. Uebele, '23E,~
and R. P. Selway, '23, were chosen as Sophomore red was very much in
assistants to the manager. evidence last night at the two par-
The men were selected upon rec- ties staged by the engineers and the
ommendation of the coach, the cap- literary students.
tain of the basketball team, the IThe sophomore lits started the eve-
manager of the 1921 team and with ning by a movie at the Wuerth thea-1
the approval of P. G. Bartelme, the ter in which Douglas Fairbanks
director of outdoor athletics. starred in his play, "The Nut." An
entertaining comedy followed and
H. S. NOE L TO ADDRESS then the literary class formed in
I . SNPRESCOTT CLUB TODAY column of fours in their march to
the Union, where the sophomore en-
H. S. Noel, of the Eli Lilly Drug gineers were their hosts.
company, Indianapolis, will speak on Music was furnished at the Union
"Gettingi the Most Out of Business" by Church's and, Weatherbee's or-
before the Prescott club of the Col- chestras with intermittant jokes and
lege of Phariacy in room 151, Chem- speeches. In the absence of Prof. J.
istry building, at 7:45 o'clock Thurs- C. Parker, of the electrical engineer-
day evening. Mr. Noel is a special- ing department, Coach Del Pratt, of
ist on business management. the Varsity baseball team, gave a
,On Thursday, March 24, W. H. very entertaining talk on Michigan's
Blome, chief pharmacist of the prospects, cleverly sandwiching in
Frederick Stearns company, Detroit, some very humorous anecdotes.
will speak on "The Alcohol Problem From the Union the combined class-
in Relation to the Pharmacist, the es of '23 proceeded to, Martha Cook
Physician and the Public." This ad- building under the light of red
dress will also be given in room 151 flares. The girls' dormitory was ser-
of the Chemistry building. enaded and from the rethe column
________________moved around the' campus to the Ar-
PROF. EDWARD MATHIEU - cade theater, where several comedies
PRAISES WORKS OF ABICHEwere shown and Ransom Sherman,
_AE __ 'AE23, gave numerous songs and jokes.
G. W. Johnson, '23E, furnished sever-
That the works of Labiche are phial laughs with his negro dialect stor-
osophical, satirical, humorous, and al l
give evidence of a knowledge of hum-rkgt.
From the talks given at the Union
an nature was emphasized by Edward sB
Mathieu, instructor in the romance it is evident that Black Friday will
lanuag deartent ina lctue d not pass unnoticed this year. The
language department, in a lecture de- sophomores regard this as one of the
livered before the Cercle Francais, oldest of Michigan's traditions and
which met at 4:15 o'clock yesterday are determined not to let it pass out
afternoon in room 203, Tappan hall.
of -existence.

In the hope that the Michigan
bonus plan for ex-service men may
became a realization when the amend-
ment is voted on by the people of
the state next month, .Floyd A. Sar-
geant, '22, post commander of the
University brinch of the American
Legion, has suggested that every for-
mer soldier or sailor who is a state
citizen make arrangements at once
to turn in his ballot to his county
clerk.
In this case, as in the fall elec-
tion, it will be possible for absentee
voters to turn in their votes in the
same manner as at that time. In the
case of some men who live in the up-
per peninsula, however, it is esspn-
tial that the applications for balliots
be filed with the county clerks as
soon as possible, as considerable time
is often required to get the blanks to
the voters. Requests for ballots
should be made in writing as was
done last fall.
The amendment, which comes up
for a state vote on the first Monday
in April, provides for a bonus to be
given to all Michigan ex-serivee men.
A. 1. E. E. TO IOLD COMBINED
MEETING IN DETROIT FRIDAY
All sections of the American Society
of Electrical Engineers in the Great
Lakes 'district will hold a combined
meeting at 8 o'clock, Friday evening
in the auditorium of the Detroit Board
of Commerce. Both the student branch
of the University and the Ann Arbor
section are included.
B. G. Lamme, chief engineer of the
Westinghouse Electric and Manufac-
turing company, will present a paper
on "The Induction Motor," tracing the
development through its various stag-
es and demonstrating its application
in present day industry. Illustrations
will be given with blackboard draw-
ings.
Read The Daily for Campus news.

"Le Voyage de M-onsieur Perrichon"
is his best known drama because it
brings out his art and technique.
Labiche was the undisputed leader
of the French theater in the 19th cen-
tury and many critics compare him

Try! Daily advertising and watch
your business grow.-Adv.
Let a classified ad find that lost ar-
ticle.-Adv.

ATTENTION- ENGINEERS and ARCHITECTS!!
R UST'S L ETTERIN6 SlCfALEF

WHAT'S GOING ON

THURSDAY
-Players club tryouts
rsal of readings to be

for - re-
given on

March 23, -University Hall.
:00-Gargoyle editorial staff meets
in staff room.
:00-Freshman band rehearsal, Un-
iversity Hall.
:15-Freshman Glee club business
meeting and election of officers, Un-
ion.
:15-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
:15-La Sociedad Hispanica meets in
room 202, South Wing.
:30-Saint Patrick's day party at the
Church of Christ (Disciples).
:30-Dixie club meeting in room 323,
Union.
:30-Phi Sigma meets in room Z 231,
Natural Science building.
:45--All members of Union orchestra
report at Hill auditorium for con-
certs.
:45-H. S."Noel 'speaks on "Getting
the Most Oout of Business," before
the Prescott club in room 151,
Chemistry building.
:00-"All Nations' Fandango," by the
Cosmopolitan club, Hill auditorium.
:00-Christian Science society meets,
Lane hall auditorium.
:00-Elen Churchill Semple speaks
on "Geographic Influences ii Jap-
an," Natural Science auditorium.
FRIDAY
:1lb--Prof. Archibald Cary Coolidge,
of Harvard university, speaks on
"The Austrian Peace Treaty," Na-
tural Scienie auditorium.
:0-Alpha Nu meets to attend the
debate in a body, fourth floor, Uni-
versity hall,
:30-Meeting of Michigan-Concordia
club for Lutheran students at the
church parsonage, 420 West Liberty
street.:
:00-Elen Churchill Semple speaks
on "Geographic Influences in Java,"
Natural Science auditorium.
:00--Miehigan-Wisconsin debate, Hill
auditorium.

7:30 o'clock today.
Senior engineers will have their last
chance to order commencement in-
vitations Friday morning at the
table in the Engineering building.
Tickets for the freshman dance will
be sold 'from 9 to 5 o'clock Friday
in the corridor, University hall.
Sale of Union opera tickets to annual
members beginning at 9 o'clock to-
morrow, Union.
JICKLING DELIVERS ADDRESS
ON VALUE OF ADVERTISING
(Continued from Page One)
timated that in 1976, oie-half the peo-
ple would be engaged In distribution
and one-half in production. He also
said that 84 percent of the firms that,
failed in 1920 were those who failed
to use 'advertising.
Taking up the functions of adver-
tising, Jickling showed the pecuniary
value of a good will name, many of
the large firms valued their trade
marks and names into millions of dol-
lars. He also emphasised the fact
that adverising could pot be so in-
tensified that it would make up for
lapses. He quoted John Wanamaker,
"Advertising doesn't jerk, it pulls."
Profession Has Good Future
He "concluded by stating to those
interested in advertising as a profes-
sion, that it was not a game paying
big money but a serious business in
which there was a good future for the
trained man who was willing to work

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FIGURES SHOW EXPLOYMENT
FOR U. S. STILL ON DECLINE
(Continued from Page One)
pression so far as labor was concern-
ed, the percentage of increase of those
employed in that city at the close of
February amounted to 34.7 per cent
over the end of January. Other ci-
ties showing heavily increase percent-
age of employed were Peoria, Ill.,
Johnston, Penn., and Bridgeport,
Conn.
Labor conditions generally in Ohio,
Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsdn and
Michigan indicated improvement with
prospects of further betterment, the
service's report said.

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