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8:80 p. E. (11:80 a. M. Saturdays.)

FRIDAY, LARCH 10, 1922

Number 115

of Literature, Science, and the Arts - Dean's Advisory Committee:
ere will be a meeting of this Committee Friday afternoon, March 10,
in my office. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
rships in Prehistoric Archaeology:
o fellowships, of 5000 and 2000 francs, respectively, are available for
an students in the American School in France of Prehistoric Stud-
pplications may be made to Charles Peabody, Peabody Museum,
d University, Cambridge, Mass. Those interested are advised to
; Professor F. W. Kelsey.
i in Engineering and Physics:
presenitatives of the Bell System - American Telephone and Tele-
Co., Western Electric Co. (Manufacturing), Western Electric Com-
engineering and research), Michigan State Telephone Co., Illinois
. , will be in Room 111, Engineering building, (Ground Floor, west
Archway) Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. Students in
'ious branches of engineering, in physics and in chemistry may find
mity for employment after graduation. It is suggested that students
ted in such possible employment call early Thursday to secure an
ew appointment. JOHN C. PARKER.
& Selence 1:
supplementary examination in Political Science 1 for those who were
from the final examination will be given Saturday morning, March
9 a. m. in Room 102, Economics building.

1001YNews of the Day
Mr. Bryant Walker, a Detroit law-
yer, has given to the University a Washington, March 9.-While an-
zoology scholarship valued at $75 to noncement today by Comptroller of
be given annually to a student chosen neureenty Comtrolle
by the zoology department. Mr. Walk- the Currency Crissinger that if the
er, a naturalist and student of snails, revived soldier bonus bill was passed
has always been a benefactor of the he would advise national guards not
zoologytdepartment here, having sup- to accept adjusted compensation cer-
ported it for many years. ticates as security for' loans to former
This scholarship provides for the service men, created a stir among
reserving of a table during the sum- members of congress, leader regarded
mer at the Marine Biological labora- it as unlikely that his stand would
tory located at Woods Hole, Mass., at swerve a majority of the ways and
the base of Cape Cod on Buzzard's means committee members from the
Bay. The student sent must pay his determination to report the measure
own expenses, but this experimental to the house.
table is held for him. Different cours. Opponents of the legislation conced-
es will be given here and free public ed that the bill would have enough
lectures will also be held. Courses In strength in the committee to reach the
embryology, physiography, and dif- house with a recommendation that it
ferent zoological courses will be be passed.
given, and the student will be allowed
to do experiments, research work and Pittsburgh, March 9. - The Pitts-
investigation. burgh Coal Producers association,
The course work at this laboratory whose members employ the 45,000
is much different from the work giv- union miners in the western Pennsyl-
en here. At Woods Hole the students vania bituminous fields, today reiter-
go out on the, beach at low tide, dig ated the determination not to meet
sands, and collect specimens as they the United }Miner workers.
wish. On Saturdays r a steamboat
owned by the school is used and many London, March 9.-The Irish Free
people are given an opportunity to state bill formally passed its first read-
ditions t temselves with existing con- ing in the house of lords today. The
ditio. kybelief prevails that the bill will pass.
Prof. Franklin Schull 'of the zoology
department is now asking for applica- -
tions for this scholarship. Students St. Louis, Mo., March 9.--.Illinois
in advanced zoology who have had coal operators and miners will at-
considerable previous experience in tend any conference called by Secre-
zoology will be given preference. Uni- tary of Labor Davis with a view to
versity credit will be given for this averting a second coal strike April 1,
work. All interested should consult both sides declared today.
Professor Schull, or see the bulletin
near room 226 in Natural Science Buy your class toques from Dali
building. All ,applications should be advertisers.-Adv.
in before March 15.
UNIVERSITY POST OF LEGION You'll find many bargains when you
HOLDS ELECTION OF OFFICERS read Michigan Daily Ads.-Adv.
Ele tinnofn fu a wah11 lof

Fres an Ltlies imay be had at
tersd the University this doester, ac-
Qordirng to Phimip llott, 23 pres1-
dent ot the s. C. A.


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TILL l11:09 P. M


at attraitiv e prioes.
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tom. i f

ay Sarg's marionettes at
theater, playing "Rose in the
ha Nu open meeting in rooms
d floor of University hall.
or Brumm will speak.
uy Satrgs marionettes at
theater, playing "Rip Van
ele Francais dance fir the as-
membership at Barbour

lit miner

at Barbourj

campus mixer at Union.
ris institute club gives re.
for Mr. Ferris ands alumni
s institute at the Congrega-
hurch parlors. Banquet at
er Roomi Bible class meets
'tsmen meet at Masonic tem-
deville at Mimes theater.
,8S a. mn. section has been
red from 401 South Wing to
versity hall. It will meet
om now on.
in exhibition of Chinese and
textiles in the architectural
SEngineering ibuilding.
sity blotter is out and may
At the Press building.
e Ignorant
Fndian Affairs

Producers Delay
Campus Picture
Delay due to reorganization of the
cinema producing company with which
The Daily has contracted for a Uni-
versity motion picture has prevented
the return of the completed produc-
tion script which is being worked out
at the company's studios. Word re-
ceived last, night from the producers
declares that the final forms in full'
detail will be returned today or 'to-
Ratification by the' University of-
ficials appointed to supervise the sel-
ection of the scenario will permit an
immediate start on the actual work of
production. Tryouts by students for
the positions in the cast will be an-
nounced in The Daily and it is hoped
that filming can be started on the
campus before March 25.
Hawaiin Senator
HereVisitig Son
Senator A. F. Tavares of Paia Maui,
Hawaii,.who has been visiting his son,
Cyrus N. Tavares, '24, for the past
few days, left Ann Arbor yesterday.
Senator Tavares is an important fig-
ure in the Hawaiian Islands, for, in
addition to having served 16 years in
their house of representatives, he is
the manager of one of the largest
pineapple plantations located there.
His son is best known to the campus
'through his playing of the guitar in
the 1922 Michigan Opera.
After being elected to the Hawaiian
house of representatives for eight con-
secutive terms, Mr. Tavares was last
autumn elected to the poition he now
holds in thesenate.

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rilecuon oz oe ers was ne iLasL
night by University post, American
legion. The following were elected-
H. E. Hastings, Spec., commander;
Harold Furlong, '24M, senior vice-
commander; C. F. Jennings, '24L, juin-
ifor 'vice-commander; M. P. Rhodes,
'23, adjutant; B. W. Weir, '23L, finance
officer; and William. Prout, '24E, ser-
Plans for securing a booth to rep-
resent the University men at the Mil-
itary ball in April, with provision for
men not members to obtain bids by
sending in applications with dues,
were also decided upon.

Friday, March th : m. "The Rose atd the Rig
g . :e0 pa ir "Rip Van Winkle"
Tickets at Wahr's and GrCbar's

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falsity-or, at least, most
its root in ignorance of the
of affairs in India," says'
, Van Tyne, head of the his-
tment, in an article which
ppeared in a number of the
in Calcutta, India, where
making a thorough study
elopment of the new Indian
n and political conditions.
ere to gather such infor-
m all the best available
;shall lead to a judgment
e accepted by the serious-
inking American," he con-
is article. "I have thought
niy times how absurd it was
writers in American publi-
sit snugly in their arm-
I to tell England howto
lia without any knowledge-
iplications and the number
g factors to be reckoned
Judgment that is worth ut-
be offered on Indian politi-
without the fullest knowl-
enting editorially upon Pro-
Tyne's mipsion in India,
ork Times on March 6 says,
ind subsequent reports can-
be of unusual value."

The athletic section of the Faculty
Women's club net yesterday after-
noon. Mrs. R. H. Curtiss was elected
at 3 o'clo^k in the Barbour gymnas-
and Mrs. L. Schmitt, secretary. The
first activity planned is a hike to be
held this Saturday afternoon) at 3
o'clock. The hikers will gather at Mrs.
Curtiss' home at 310 East Huron
street. The proposed route of the hike
Is down by the island and out the river
road to some quiet by-roads and back
home, the whole trip not covering "a
longer time than an hour and a half.
In case of inclement weather the sec-
tion will meet at Mrs. Curtiss' home
at 3 o'clock where indoor games will
be played and a discussion of future
activities held. All members of the
Faculty Women's club who have not
signed up for the athletic section are
cordially invited to attend.
Howard G. Chamberlain, '23E, was
unanimously elected secretary at the
meeting of the Gun and Blade club
last night at the Union. It was an-
nounced that Prof. Rene Talamon of
the French department and several
other prgminent faculty men will be
asked to speak at future meetings of
the club.

- All-Campus Mixer Saturday
Announcement hks been made of a
general All-Campus mixer, to be held
tomorow afternoon at the Union.
The dance is being given by the
junior dental class in their effort to e
raise money to pay for flag poles
which they are presenting to the
Union and which will be erected-with-
in a short time.
Dancing will begin at 2:30 o'clock
tomorrow and continue until 5: 30.
o'elock. Deebach's orchestra will furn
ish the music for the occasion. The
admission price has been~ set at 75
cents for the men, women being in-
vited to the dane.
Brumm to Address Alpha Nu Wh
Prof. John R. Brumm, of the-jpur-
nalism department, will make a short able,,
address before an open meeting of
Alpha Nu tonight at 7:30 o'clock In ones?
their rooms on the third floor of Uni-
versity Hall. Professor Brumm's talk
will be followed by a debate on the Hoi
question: "Resolved that the Unit-
ed States Government Should Ac- line of
cept the Present Plans of Henry Ford
for the Muscle Shoals Project."
the o
Coming Sooa new n
Charles (Chic) Sale
Miss Dessie Teed
village org4nist And this i
one of the seven distinct
roles he enacts in prices are
producespltures, edits,
them, writes the titles,
and exploits 'em, too
Ethel Clayton
,o wher
. Her Own Money"

The Store
en Spring Cloi
why try getti
nestly, we hav
f Clothing.
ne down town.
pportunity of.
TS of Inpor
es., Norfolks, (
Suits, whatev
of them.
se are the da
Spring T
s the store where you v
extremely low.
YS to WALK d&

9! Gjuaratiteed Satisfaction
e q
dhes arJ so reasoni
flg aIon g with ol
Snever seen a ffier
todayr and give us -
showing yOU :he
ted and Domestic
onservativ e Sack ,
er sty'e you desire.
iys whenic you wiii
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All find wha you desre. The --Ju;t :;wor or'Two
A bout Furnishings
ii is New sp ing
C Sty es
TIIS V. Grenadins
~rty StreetSOX 'fhe K(d you
rty Sreerealt prefer
UNDER- An ing y'u de-
lothes are Sold ~n

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ill constitute the vaude-
be presented by Mimes'
es theater Saturday eve-
of the principals who ap-
week-end are scheduled
rmance this week. A
Inge of scenery will ac-
:h act. Music, impersona-
hort dramatizations will
1 seats will be reserved,
nencing at the Mimes box
'clock Saturday morning.
f the Tony Sarg marion-
is afternoon and tonight,
audeville will have only
stand this week.
class toques from Daily

Frost Addresses English Club
Robert Frost, the poet, told of his
acquaintances and experiences with
writers of free verse last night -at a
meeting of the Graduate English club
in Helen Newberry residence. Mr.
Frost related incidents of Ezra Pound
and the other free verse devotees who
began the present era about 1911.
Ann Arbor Rotarians Visit Detroit
Fourteen members of the Rotary
club of Ann Arbor attended the dis-
trict convention of the ninth- rotary
district yesterday at Detroit. Many of
the 50 members who had planned to
make the trip were unable to attend
the convention on account of sickness.
Read Michigan Daily Ads and you
will buy wisely.--Ad9'.



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