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PFFICIAL DULLETIN

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921

Number 24

of Football Tickets and Residents of Ann Arbor:
I of over 40,000 will be present at the Michigan-Ohio State game
et. 22. A large number of the visitors will come in automo-
ing space in Ann Arbor is limited to the streets. To avoid con-.
ry owner of an automobile in Ann Arbor should leave his car at
ot park on any of the streets. This would aid very materially
parking space for those who must come to our city in auto-
immensely aid in relieving congestion.
ets will be closed to automobile traffic within one block of
This is necessary in order that the crowd may enter and leave
at the gates designated on back of tickets. Each holder of a
d enter and leave the field at gate so- designated. This will pre-
ig either going in or out of the field and will aid those in charge
ffc policemen as well in handling the crowd satisfactorily.
W THE DIRECTIONS ON TICKETS AND SIGNS NEAR THE
ALL OWNERS OF CARS IN ANN ARBOR LEAVE CARS AT
I OUR TRAFFIC AND CROWDING PROBLEM WILL BE
FIELDING H. YOST.
. for Students: /
vaiters wanted. Some of the fraternities and restaurants want
rs for Saturday noon and night, and some for Sunday noon. Will
e with attendance at Game. See Employment Bureau, room 2,
Eall. J. A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.

BuIRTON OUTLINES,
EDUCATION'S AIM
BEFORE PRE1SMEN*
SAYS DEVELOPMENT OF NIVER-
SITY LIFE IS VITAL PA-tT
OF AMERICA
DUTY TO MICHIGAN WILL
REQUIRE GREAT EFFORT
SOpens with Expressions of Thanks to
Editors for Support Before
Legislature

y will be held on Monday, Oct. 24, at 11 o'clock in room 348,
buildiig. Mr. Gardner S. Williams, Consulting Engineer, willr
trated lecture on the "Power Developments in Connection with,
rence Deep Waterway".
A. H. LOVELL, Senior Mentor.

y 2- Examination for Absentees:
tudents absent from final examinations in.
our written test will be conducted in the
beginning at 9 a. in., Saturday, Oct. 29."

Astronomy 2 last June
class room of the Ob-

Characterizing the development of
higher education under democracy as
the most significant fact in America'
today, President Marion L. Burton in
his address at the banquet of the
Press club last night declared that
the University must turn out men and
women equipped with active mind and
resolute character to meet and go
through instead of around the prob-
lems confronting American civiliza-
tion at the present time.
Will Betray Trust
Otherwise, he said, the University
will not prove itself worthy of the
trust placed in it by the state of
Michigan as shown in the appropria-
tions granted last spring.
Four things'are necessary if this
end is to be attained, according to
President Burton. There must be
greater emphasis on the old-fashioned
standards of painstaking accuracy
and thoroughgoing scholarship, ac-
tive intelligence must be aroused,
students must be made to reckon with
the present and future, and, finally,
they must be able to maintain public
confidence through courage to search
out the truth.
In beginning his speech, President
Burton thanked the newspaper men
for their support during the Univer-
sity's campaign for legislative appro-
priations. He assured the editors of
the desire of the University authori-
ties to co-operate with them in the
development of instruction in jour-
nalism.
President Burton's address con-
cluded the banquet of the editors. The
closing meeting of the convention will
be a short business session at 9:30
o'clock this morning.

DAILY

12 Girls Elected
To Jortarboard
Mortarboard, national honorary so-
ciety for senior women, has elected
the following 12 girls to membership.
Euphemia Carnahan, Ruth Deemer,
Harriet Gustin, Camilla Hayden, Neva
Lovewell, Joyce McCurdy, Katherine
Montgomery, Margaret Schnaple, Mar-
garet Spalding, Doris Sprague, Hazel
Storz, and Elsie Townsend.
Initiation' will take place on Sun-
day, Nov. 7.
OFFICERS CHOSEN
BY THREE CLASSES
Freshman lits held their first class
meeting of the year Thursday after-
noon in University Hall. Dean John
R. Effinger, of the literary college, and
Prof. Wilbur R. Humphreys of the
English department, spoke a few
words of advice to the first year stu-
dents, after which nominations for
class offices were made. The nominees
elected are as follows: President,
Thomas Yutzy and F. L. Monihan;
vice-president, Alice Powell and Ruby
Green; secretary, Jeane Briggs and
Ardys Stoner; treasurer, D. E. John-
son and J. G. Lamoree.
The results of the sophomore phar-
mic elections follow: President, Ray-
mond Morris; vice-president, C. L.
Carter; secretary, C. F. Hanft; treas-
urer, R. C. Dillon.
Freshman pharmics elected R. M.
Twining, president; H. J, Carey, vice-
president; R. R. Goodyear, secretary;
A. T. Thompson, treasurer.
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

Afro, J. lubuo, t

DETROIT

ANN ARBOR
12 Nichols Arcade
Men's Shoes carried in stock

CHICAGO

CORRECTIONS
John W. Ross, '23E, Student coun-
cilman, has not left school, as was
reported in yesterday's issue of The
Daily.
John Spargo, who was' to open the
Oratorical association lecture course,
bbootwear
and Dist

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Thursday, Nov. 10

of Quality
inction

DANCE TONIGHT. Masonic Tem-
ple, 'Ypsi. Dancing at 8:30.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

W. J. HUSSEY.
R. H. CURTISS.

Examination for Absentees:
ts in Zoology I in the second semester of last year, who were
m examination in June, will take an examination in room Z-229,
;fence building, Saturday, Oct. 22, at 9 a. m.
A. FRANKLIN SHULL.

of Foreign Wars:
funeral of Comrade Frank
m. Members of the Post
and Washington, wearing

O'Hara will be held Saturday morning
will meet at Downtown Clubroom, cor-
uniforms if possible.
N. CHAMBERLIN, Commander.

Your home coming will not be complete with out
Gift or Souvenir
or Greeting Card
FROM THE
The Wisteria Shop

FHTITS GOING ONI
SATURDAY
:30-Sale of concert tickets at
I auditorium.
-Cross country race-Purdue vs.
higan, Course starts and ends
Waterman gymnasium.
-Varsity band meets, University
L. Full uniform.
-Football game with 0. S. U.
-Phi Chi dinner, Union.
-Upper Room Bible class meets
[ane hall.
-Ferris Institute club party at
rris hall.
-Party in Unitarian church par-
s.
-Michigan's first Music week pro.
,m, Pattengill auditorium.
SUNDAY
P. .-Services at Hill auditor.
. President Marion L. Burton.
U.NOTICES
1 Students' congregation will not'
et Sunday night due to Hill au-
rium services.
aternitles and sororities must pay
their space in the 1922 Michigan-
ian immediately. Contracts may
signed at 'Ensian office.
'ganizations wishing space in the
2 Michiganensian must sign con-
As immediately. Sign contracts
Michiganensian office in Press
[ding any afternoon.
al tryout for positions in the
on opera orchestra will be held
iday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, in
assembly hall of the Union un-
the supervision of Kemp Keena,
ator. The following men are re-
sted to be present: H. Reed
ry, John E. Dinwiddie, Donald
Rhodes, M. E. Fossenkemper, H.
Brown, Cecil Rhodes, Carleton
rce, E. M. Beresford, C. G. Hale,
vin Brown. and J. E. Kruszka.

Special three piece orchestra every
evening from 6 to 7:30 P. M. at Chi-
nese Gardens.-Adv.
Fyne Point, Ever Sharp and Auto
Point pencils in silver and gold. Hal-
ler & Fuller, State St. Jewelers.-Adv.

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ETURNS FROM
. INAUGURATION
rion L. Burton return-
rom Ithaca, where he
e University at the in-
.ornell's new president,
Farrand. More than
s and colleges were
the inaugural ceremo-
tt Burton presenting
he colleges of the Mid-
ident Lawrence Lowell
those of the East, and
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