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HAT'S GOING ON
'UESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1921
4:00--Freshman dents meet
302 of Union.
st meeting of the academic year will be held Monday, Nov. 21,
Law building, at 8 p. m. J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
:ts of All Fraternities and House Clubs:
ing of the Presidents of all General and Professio.nal Fraterni-
ter House Clubs will be held in the Reading Room at the Union
n., Wednesday, Nov. 16.
iportant that each of these organizations be represented by its
; this meeting. J. A. BURSLEY,
Dean of Students.
in full bloom at the Botanical Garden, Packard
general public are invited to inspect them!
H. H. BARTLETT.
4:80-Student Advisory committee
5:00-Business staff of Chimes meets
in Press building. k
6:15-Students' Press club luncheon
at the Union. Arthur W. Stace, of
Grand Rapids, and A. F. Harrison,
of Chicago, will speak.
7:00 - Choral union rehearsal at
School of Music.
7:00-Union orchestra rehearsal in as-
sembly hall, Union.
7:00-Mt. Clemens meets at 510 Cheev-
7:30-Underclass conduct committee
meets in room 304 of Union.
7:30-All-Jersey smoker in reading
room of Union.
7:30-Phi Sigma society meets in
room Z-231 of Natural Science build-
7:30-Saginaw club meets in room
7:45--Order of De Molay officers meets
at Harris hall.
8:00-Acolytes meet in room 106, Ma-
8:00-Junior engineer smoker in read-
ing room, second floor of Union.
8:00-Research club meets in histolog-
ical laboratory of the Medical
NEW JERSEY CLUB HOLDS
FIRST MEETING TONIGHT
New Jersey students will hold their
first general get-together meeting of
the year in the form of the All-Jersey
smoker at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
reading room of the Union.}
Talks by a faculty member and sev-
eral students, musical numbers by the
Quadrangle orchestra, smokes, drinks,
and Michigan cheers and songs, led by
Al Cuthbert, '22, constitute the pro-
gram for the affair.
SENIOR ENGINEERS TO HEAR
TRUTH OF GERMAN DEFENSES
Senior engineers will hear Prof. H.
W. Miller df the department of me-
chanism and drawing, formerly lieu-
tenant colonel in the ordnance de-
partment. He will give an illustrated
lecture on the "German Coast De-
fense System in Belgium" at 10 o'clock
this morning in room 348, engineering
PRES. BURTON GOES TO
NEW YORK FOR MEETING
Presidenit Marion L. Burton left yes-
terday afternoon for New York city,
where he will attend the annual meet-
ing of the Carnegie Foundation to-
Immel to Give Benefit Talk
Prof. Ray K. Immel, of the ora-
tory department, will read "The Dev-
il's Disciple," by Bernard Shaw, in
the parlors of the Methodist church at
7:30 o'clock Thursday evening. Every-
one is invited to hear this reading,
which is being given for the benefit
of the Phoebe Beal Circle -of the
(By Edmund Thomas)
Finhesolo work by Marian Struble,
teacher of violin in the School of Mu-
sic, and good leadership by Samuel
P. Lockwood, head of the violin de-
partment of the School of Music,
made the University Symphony or-
chestra concert Sunday afternoon a
success, and an audience of nearly
3,000, the largest so far this year,
was there to appreciate it, in spite of
the cold and snow outside.
In her playingw ofthe'two move-
ments of Wieniawski's Concerto No.
2, in D minor, Miss Struble displayedj
an understanding of her selections
and a technical knowledge of them
that made it a pleasure to hear her.
A rich, full tone combined with a spir-
it and fire, of which Miss Struble
possesses more perhaps than any oth-
er teacher in the School of Music
gave her work an individuality which
would stamp her as a real musician
in almost any musical circle.
Showing the results of much hard
work and a fair knowledge of music,
the orchestra performed most cred-
itably, particularly in the Larghetto
and Allegro Molto movements of the
Beethoven Symphony No. 2, which
closed the program. Mr. Lockwood
has worked hard with the orchestra
and it shows careful drilling.
Dr. Hinsdale discovered in '99 a
grave a few miles from Ann Arbor
which contained a number of earthern
pots and a skeleton, "undoubtedly that
of a man."
'The Athletic association in '99 raised
money by giving dances.
HETH, '20, TELLS ABOUT
PARIS IN NOVEMBER ISSUE
(Continued from Page One)
ter, captain of the famous 1921
teamn, while George Reindel, Jr., '22,
outlines Michigan's position.,
Donald Gordon Stewart is the au
thor of this month's short story,
while W. W. Gower, '22, tells about
the advisory system. Chimes also con-
tains the regular departments, in-
cluding Hardy Hoover's "Modern Nov-
elettes," editorials, "Hot Off the Di-
agonal page, book reviews and cur-
The law class of '01 had regulation
A Good Time to start is NOW.
To avoid The Rush just before
irst neeting of the Graduate Club is called for Wednesday eve-
16, at 8 o'clock in -Barbour Gymnasium. A general social pro-
lanned for the coming year with the get-acquainted idea in mind.
ate students are urged to be present to perfect organization and
the coming year. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
bly will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 10 o'clock in Room 348,
ng building.. Professor H. W. Miller of the Department of Me-
Lnd Drawing, formerly Lieutenant Colonel in the Ordnance De-
will give an illustrated lecture on the "German Coast Defense Sys-
A. H. LOVELL, Senior Mentor.
lar meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 8 p. m. in Room 401
all. Professor Bradshaw will read a paper, "Remarks on the Fig-
Solid Analytic Geometry." Graduate students and members of the
re invited. W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
tudents interested in the formation of the R. 0. T. C. Band are re-
o meet at the Registrar's office, University Hall, at 7:30 o'clock this
for the purpose of effecting a preliminary organization. Students
members, of the R.. 0. T. C. are especially invited. Bring instru-
'ou have onie. ROBERT ARTHUR.
rtes will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. in 106 Mason Hall. Prof. W. F.
11 speak on "Relatiyity". A. C. BENJAMIN.
Romance Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock,
at the Michigan Union. A. G. CANFIELD.
na Literary Society, will hold a joint meeting with the Delphi at
)ck tonight in the Alpha Nu room.
MARTHA SHEPARD, President.
may be, paid in the lower corridor of University Hail from 2 to 4
ay afternoon. Membership cards will admit to the plays to be
Sarah. Caswel~l Angell Hall Wednesday evening, Nov: 16,, and to 4ll,
formances. . R. S. TUBBS, Treasurer.
E IS WINNER improbable that he could have beaten
HARPHAN RAGE the record for the course of 14 min-
utes and 47 seconds.
Reinke finished but eight seconds
itinued from Page Five) behind the leader and he was follow-
.r before the Harphan. race ed by Zinn, Nichelson, Amstutz, Mc-
e annual freshman run was Farland, Goldsmith and' Spedding in
re than 25 yearlings were at the order named. The first half dozen
of this race and all finish- men that finished will receive their
11 set out in the- lead and numerals' and in addition the first
d it at all times although three will be awarded cups. This is the
'as not far behind him. Is- first group of freshmen to win their
et was 15 minutes and 21 numerals this fall.
a. little slower than he has
ig in the trials but this was A deposit will hold until Christmas
at of the poor condition -of a gift box Crane, - Hurd, Whiting,
. If.the day had been ideal Hampshire and other choice stationery
ice running it is not at all at O. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
:340-A. I. E. E. meets in room 273 of
:30-Order of De Molay meets in room
323 of Union.
Tickets' for the Students' Press club
club luncheon are on sale at Wahr's,
at the Union desk, and in room 305,
MINNESOTA PROGRAMS READY
FOR SALE ON CAMPUS FRIDAY
Souvenir athletic programs of the
Michigan - Minnesota game will be
ready for sale on the gampus late
Friday afternoon. The program this
year will have 12 inside pages and
will give past records of both schools
in football, with the regular features.
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ladies' dress slippers in black satin,
suede, or kid, in plain or beaded ef-
fects with baby or Junior Louis heels
COMPLETE STOCK OF
3 OR 4 BUCKLE ARCTICS
WAHR'S SHOE STORE
108 SOUTH MAIN STREET
To Careful Cleaners
We have the equipment and the experience to
serve you well. The finest and most delicate ma-
terials are in able, friendly hands when sent to us.
Good clothes are worth taking care of.
cleaning method preserves and restores the new,
fresh, "right-out-of-the-box" appearance.
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for Senior 'Fnsian Pictures-
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Phone 303-W at once