THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATI
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1921
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On the occasion of the annual convention of the University Press Cluir
of Michigan, Oct. 20, 21, and 22, the University will be host to some on.
hundred and fifty newspaper men and women of the state. These guests
of the University will need room accommodations for Thursday and Fri-
day nights, Oct. 20 and 21. Owing to the'fact that many alumni will be in
Ann Arbor on Friday and Saturday for the Ohio State-Michigan game, the
available rooming facilities have already been exhausted. The Union, ho-
tels and rooming houses are practically filled for the occasion. Only one
recourse remains - that of assigning the newspaper men and women to
faculty homes. I am asking, therefore, that any members of the various
faculties who may be willing to accept guests for Thursday and Friday
nights will notify D. H. Haines, telephone 2884-R, at their earliest conven-
ience. No meals need be provided and the guests will pay for their room-
ing accommodations, M. L. BURTON.
There will be a meeting of the faculty of the College of Pharmacy Mon-
day afternoon, Oct. 17, at 4 o'clock in room 212, Chemistry building.
C. H. STOCKING, Secretary.
Students in Engineering English I will have an opportunity to inspect
the General Library Monday Evening, Oct. 17, at 7 o'clock. They will meet
promptly at 7 in the main corridor of the second floor.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Students in Economies I Last Semester:
The special examination for those who were unable to be present at
the regular examination last June will be given on Saturday, Oct. 22, 9-12
a. m. Students who expect to take it must notify Mr. May, room 3, Eco-
nomics building, beforehand. F. M. TAYLOR.
Try-buts for membership will be held Saturday morning, Oct. 15, from
10 to 12 in the auditorium of University Hall. Students in all departments
of the University are eligible to membership in the Comedy Club. Candi-
dates are requested to come prepared to recite or read some selection of
their own choosing. Copies of "The Younger Generation", the play to be
Albert Lockwood, acting director of
the School of Music, will open the first
concert on the faculty series at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Hill au-
ditorium. His piano selection will be
followed' by a number by Nora Crane
Another artist will be Samuel P.1
Lockwood, head of the violin depart-
ment of the school, Marian Struble in
a violin obligato and piano accompan-
ments by Maud Okkelberg and Clara
Lundell. These concerts are compli-
mentary and all patrons are asked to
be in their seats promptly.
Dancing classes at the Packard Aca-
demy commence Tuesday, Oct. 18th, at
7 P. M. Beginners enrole at Academy,
Monday Oct. 17th, from 7 to 8 P. M.-
Fyne Point, Ever Sharp and Auto
Point pencils in silver and gold. lal-
ler & Fuller, State St.iJewelers.--Adv.
EI NGINEERS- We have a Better Price (
LOG LOG SLIDE
$12.50 in Cloth Case
$13.90 in Leather Case
Packard Academy tonight. Danc-
P, r uabajjrg ~r
HALLER & FULLER
State Street Jewelers
A Full Page.
Choral Union Tickets
JOHN McCORMACK November 22
IGNAZ FRIEDMAN...December 5
FRITZ KREISLER........January 9
ERIKA MORINI.........February 3
ROSA RAISA and
GIACOMO RIMINI.......March 14
Saturday 8 to 12 A. M.
used this year, have been placed in the
the use of members of the Club.
Upper Study Hall at the Library for
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
WHAT'S GOING ON5
8:00-5:0--Box office sale of concert.
tickets at Hill auditorium.
10:30-Cross country tryouts for both
Varsity and freshman squads.
2:00-Camp Davis men meet in front
of Alumni Memorial hall for M. A. C
game. Wear old clothes.
2:00-Varsity band meet at Univer-
sity hall in full uniform.
' 3:00-Football game with Mf. A. C.
Men's Bible class, Upper room,
7:30-Bayonne, N. a., club meets in
room 302, Uion.
7:30-Craftsmen club meets at Mas-
- 8:00-Party in Unitarian church par-
:.30-University 1an s Bible class,
Upper room, Lane hall.
12:00-University Men's Discussion
class at Christian church.
12:00-Prof. William D. Henderson
speaks at the Presbyterian church.
Subject, "Jesus in Moder liAte."
3:00-Jewish Stdents:' congregation
'greet-fest" in Lane hall, Rabbi
Henry Berkowitz speaksr
Fl 4:15-Faculty concert InHflU auditor
5:4-Social beur at Unitarian church,
with supper atnominal charge, fol-
lo cwed, by discussion on " Student
Self - expression Through the
6:00-S clalhalf-hour, followed by
meeting of Christian Endeavor at the
6:00-Episcopal students' supper in
in Harris hall. Dean Bursley speaks.
Phone 190 before 12 o'clock Satur-
day for reservations.
8:00-Chief Red Fox of the Blackfoot
tribe, an _ordained minister, speaks
in the Church' of Christ. Subject:
"Indian Customs and Needs."
4:00-Pharmacy faculty meets in room
212, Chemistry building.
6:30-A general surrey of the Bible,
course III, Upper room, Lane hall.
' iryoute for the Gargoyle business
, staff are asked to report at the Gar-
goyle office this afternoon.
London, Oct. 14. - The adjournment
today of the Irish conference until
next Monday afternoon has no polit-
ical significance it was understood
here tonight. The postponement of
the sitting of the conference which
aims at a solution of the Irish ques-
tion was attributed by the Sein Finn
delegates to the "Englishmen's pas-
sion for week-ending".
Indian Minister to Speak
Chief Red Fox, a Blackfoot In-
dian, will speak in the Church of
Christ at 8 o'clock Sunday night. His
Sj:ct will be "Indian Customs and
Neds". The spealer is an ordained
M. A. C. MEN COME o
FOR ANNUAL GAME
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to center then. Petro will see ac-
tion as will also Smith.
Confined to the bench will be
Dunne, Steketee, Swan, Roby, Wie-
man, Neisch, Gunther, Crawforth, and
Yost'at Ohio State
Coach Yost will be the guest of
Director St. John of Ohio at the Ohio
State=Minneoota game W~ Columbus
today. In his absence Tad Wieman
will have charge of the team.
Coach Barron, ,of M. A. C., has
brought a team with him which has
been thoroughly shaken down and re-
organized since last Saturday's dis-
astrous game. The Aggies are out to
stop Michigan and if the determina-
tion of the men.and the large student
body that is backing the team may be
taken as an indication, a much closeR
game than the Michigan student. body
expect will result.
The rejuvenated M. A. C. lineup
finds Gingrich at left end, Thorp left
tackle, Matson, one of the best men
in this locality, at leftguard, Morri-
son at center, Swanson at right
guard, Captain Bos at right tackle,
Johnson at right end. In the back-
field, Archbald will call signals,
Brady willtbe at fullback and Wilcox
and Noblett at- halves.
Two Good Linemen
Captain Bos and Matson are re-
garded as two of the best linemen in
this part of the country. They are
heavy and shifty, have had a lot of
football exerience, and are strong
on both the offense and defense. They
will help to give the Michigan line
the much needed opposition that Yost
has wanted all season. Bos was a
member -of the same high school team
on which Steketee, Goebel, and Wil-
son of the Varsity played.
Michigan will be outweighed by the
Farmers on the line. The backfields
will be about the same. M. A. C. will
have some beefy men on its forward
wall and its backfield is about the
average. -The Michigan team is light-
er Than last year both on the line and
in the backfield.
Numbers for M. A. G.
The M. A. C. men will be numbered
as follows: Gingrich 4, Thorpe 24,
Matson 21, Morrison 23, Swanson 19,
Bos 22, Johnson 8, Archbold 9, Brady
2, Wilcox 1, Noblett 10, Wetkler 3, D.
K. Archbald 14, Hughes 25, Parks 20,
Graves 6, Crane 7, Temple 11, Good-
rich 12, Burya 16, McGregor 17, Frank
1, Robson 26.
Officials of-the game are: Referee,
H. B. Hackett, Army; umpire, C.
Dorticos, Chicago; head linesman,
Harry J. Costello, Georgetown. The
game will begin at 3 o'clock Ann Ar-
Student Placed on Probation
Charles Bottoms, '25E, who con-
fessed that he robbed the Connor's
Ice Cream company last Sunday night
of $175, was yesterday put upon pro-
bation for a term of five years, aft-
er. his father had replaced the stolen
Daily Want Aam Pav....Adv.
AT HILL AUDITORIUM
THEREAFTER AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC
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