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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume 32

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921

Number 55

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Rate Council:
There will be
at 4:15.

a special meeting of the Senate Council Tuesday, Nov.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.

Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the midsemester report cards which are being
distributed through the Dean's messenger boxes. All members of the fac-
ulty are asked to report cases of students whose work so far has been un-
satisfactory. Such reports, in order to be of any service to the student con-
cerned, should be made promptly.f
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.
College of Pharmacy:s
There will be a meeting of the Faculty, Tuesday, Nov. 29, at 4:15 in
Room 212, Chemisy building. C. H. STOCKING, Secretary.
To the Members of the Choral Union:
Tickets for the Friedman Concert and scores of "The New Life" and
"Psalmodic Rhapsody" will be given out at the rehearsal Tuesday, Nov. 29,
1921, from 6:40 to 7 o'clock. EARL V. MOORE,
Acting Director.
French 39:
I will meet French 39 at 9 this morning (Tuesday).
A. G. CANFIELD.
Physics Colloquiuj:
The Physics Colloquium will meet in Room 202 Physics building at 4:45
p. m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29. Dr. H. H. Sheldon will speak on "The Nature of
Charcoal Absorption". All interested are cordially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.
Fine Arts 5:
A make up examination for those who missed the second Blue Book will
be held in Room A, Memorial Hall, Wednesday evening, Nov. 30, at 7 o'clock.
B. M. DONALDSON.
Acolytes:
Regular meeting of the Acolyte Society will be held Tuesday at 8 p. m.
in 106 Mason Hall. Dean Adfred H. Lloyd will read a paper on "Progress

and Individuality".

A. C. BENJAMIN.

WHAT'S GOING ON
TUESDAY
9:00-Religious Education assembly
in Lane hall. ~
6:15-Frank W. Rosboek speaks at
Students' Press club luncheon at
Union.
7:3-Kentucky club meets on third
floor of Ulion.
7:30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets in University hall.
7 :30-'Boxing club meets in room 325
of Union.
7 :30-De Molay offieers rehearse both
degrees in Harris hall
8:00-Aeolytes meet in room 106 of
Mason hall..
8:00-Varsity Glee and Mandolin club
concert in Hill aditorium.
8:00-Players club presents "The
School for Scandal" in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
9:00-Monteith club meets in Lane
hall.
WEDNESDAY
12:00--Former Detroit Junior college
men's luncheon at Lane hall.
7:00-Westerners' meeting at Lane
hall.
7 :15-De Molay meets. at Harris hall.
Regular meeting followed by re-
hearsal of both degrees. The officers
will not meet tonight.
7:30-Executive committee of Com-
merce club meets in room 416 of
Natural Science building.
7:15-Spanish lecture by Mr. Michand
at Tappan hall.
7:30-A. L E. E. meets in room 248 of
Engineering building. A. S. Al-
bright speaks.
8:00-Players club presents "The
School for Scandal" in Sarah Cas..
well Angell hall.
8 :0-"Flnlsh Union Reading Room"
at Hill auditorium.
U-NOTICE
Tickets for the Students' Press club
luncheon at the Union tonight are on
sale at Wahr's book store and at
the Union desk.
V. F. W. PRESENT MOVIE IN
HILL AUDITORIUM TOMORROW
Proceeds to Be Used to Help Finish
Union Reading Room; Orchestra
Added Attraction
Viola Dana is going to help finish
the Union reading room by appearing
in "There Are No Villians" at 8
o'clock tomorrow evening at Hill aud-
itorium.
Viola plays the Nick Carter role in
ferreting out a thief in a Barbary
coast opium den, but finds that her
love for the culprit overcomes her
detective instinct. No wonder she
maintains there are no villians!
In addition to the feature there will
be a Buster Keaton comedy.
Kennedy's Society orchestra is an
added attraction, while a professional
pipe organist has been engaged for
the parts demanding organ music.

REPRESENTATIVES OF MOVIE
PRODUCERS WILL BE HERE,
Beginning this afternoon the pro-
ducing company which is' to nlm The
Daily's University "movie" will have
a representative in town. Any stu-
dents who are considering submitting
scenarios to the contest and who de-
sire information as to the manner in
which manuscripts should be submit-
ted can interview the company'srep-
resentative. any day except Saturday
this week. He will be found in the
publications' reading room, second
floor of the Press building, from 2 to
4 o'clock.
PRES. BURTON TO ADDRESS
FRATERNITY AND CLUB MEN
President Marion L. Burton will be
the principal speaker at a dinner for
fraternity and house club representa-
tives which will be held at 6 o'clock
this evening in the Union for the pur-
pose of outlining plans for institut-
ing discussion, groups at the various
houses. The dinner is being given un-
der the direction of the educational
committee of the S. C. A., of which J.
M. Stedman, '22, is chairman.
VAGRANT HOLDUP MEN GET
90-DAY HARD LABOR TERM
Three of the four vagrants who were
arrested last Friday for stopping a
Detroit-Jackson freight train in order
to get off at Ann Arbor, were sentenc-
ed Saturday afternoon to 90 days of
hard work in the Detroit house of
correction. The fourth lawbreaker,
the youngest -of the men, who is only
17 years old, was set free on promise
of better behavior.
WILL HOLD TRYOUTS FOR
EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING
Preliminary tryouts for the extem-
poraneous speaking contest will be
held at 8 o'clock Saturday morning,
Dec. 3, in room 302 of Mason hall. The
subject for discussion is the "Limita-
tion of Armaments." Those wishing to
try out must get in touch at once with
E. Ramsdell, 1027 East University ave-
nue.

PROFI s1 HE CLR
-WILL EAD PLAY
Head of Public Speaking Department,
at University of Chicago on
Oratorical Program
THIRD NUMBER OF SERIES
TO BE GIVEN THURSDAY
Prof. S. H. Clark, of the University
of Chicago, will give a dramatic read-
ing of John Drinkwater's play, "Abra-
ham Lincoln", Thursday night at Hill
auditorium, in the third of the Ora-
torical association lecture series.
That the play, as a dramatic presen-
tation of Lincoln's life, has been suc-
cessful is evidenced in the length of
its run. The play began several years
ago in New York, remaining there for
over a year, when it had a similar run
in Chicago. It was given in Detroit
two years ago and is still on tour, at
present playing in the West.
Professor Clark, who will give a
reading of the play, has been head of
the public speaking department of the
University of Chicago for some time,
and in addition has conducted lecture
series in and near Chicago for the
past several years.
COMMENCE ACTION
AGAINST SAWYER
7Trial for disbarment of Andrew J.
Sawyer, attorney of this city,. began
at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon in the
circuit court room of the county court
house here, with Judge Charles B.
Collingwood, of Lansing, presiding.
Judge Ernest Snow, of Jackson, and
Judge Henry A. Mandell, of Detroit,
acted as assistants to Judge Colling-
wood.
With Frank E. Jones, of this city,
Edwin Shields, of Lansing, and James
0. Murfin, of Detroit, acting for the
defense, the attorneys for the prose-
cution began the first disbarment
trial ever held in Washtenaw county.
The principal charges brought
against Sawyer accuse hjm of ille-
gal and unprofessional conduct of
law, and were filed against him last
fall by Jacob Fahrner, prosecuting at-
torney of Ann Arbor. These charges
enumerate misconduct of the defend-
ant occurring throughout the last two
years of his practice here.
SECOND SPANISH LECTURE TO
BE GIVEN TOMORROW NIGHT
"Spanish Conquerors of the Six-
teenth Century" is the subject of the
lecture which- will be given by Gus-
tave L. Michaud, of the Spanish de-
partment, at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow
evening in Tappon hall.
The lecture is the second of a se-
ries of six to be given under the au-
spices of La Sociedad Hispanica. It
will be supplemented by stereoptican
pictures.
"School For Scandal" is coming.-
Adv.
ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE OCT. io, i92
Read Down Central Standard Time
A.M. .P.M. P.M. A&PM
Daily Daily Daily Daily
7:30 :30 Ltv... Adrian ...Ar7:00 12.45
8:05 2:05 ... Tecumseh 6:25 12:0
8:25 a:a$ ....Clinton..... 6:o5 x:5c
9:15 3:15....Saline...5:15 11:e
9:45 3:45 A. Ann Arbr Lv 445 1030
AM. P.M. P.M. A&PM~
Read Up
SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS
P.M- P.M.
3:30 Lv... Adrian . .Ar 9:00
4:05 ... Tecumseh.. 8:5
4:25 Clinton ..... 8:05

.r ...Saline .... 7:15
5:4 Ar. Ann Arbor Ly. 6:45
P.M. P.M.
COLD WEATHERS

NAVY BEATS ARMY IN ,
GRID BATTLE SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Five)
In one fair sized intersectional battle
which will be waged at Navin field'
next Saturday the University of De-'
troit, will be appcsed by the unbeaten
eastern team of Washington and Jef-
ferson. Detroit, too, maintains a spot-
less record, but should meet her match
at last in the W. and J. aggregation,
a team which has downed such oppon-
ents as the University of Pittsburgh.
The contest is sure to prove a great
drawing card, and many thousand
are expected to witness it.
Junior Lits Discuss lop Tomorrow
A meeting of the junior lit class
will be held tomorrow aftrnoon to
elect members of the J-Hop commit-
tee. The time and place of meeting
will be announced tomorrow.
For the ways of society see "School
For Scandal."-Adv.
TAILORING
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REPAIRING
CLEANING
and PRESSING
By Hand
50c a Suit - 7 Suits for $3.00
GOOD WORK
44 YEARS AT TAILORING
Louis Lindemann.
Over
Wagner Clothing Store
SOUTH STATE STREET
(IN REAR)

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE

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Prof. S. H. Clark

(University of Chicago)

Reading of John Drinkwater's Play
"ABRAHAM LINCOLN"

DEC. 1. - HILL AUDITORIUM

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A. S. Albright, of Detroit, meter sup-
erintendent of the Detroit Edison
company and chairman of the De-
troit-Ann Arbor section of the Ameri-
can Institute of Electrical Engineers,
will address the student section of the
A. I. E. E. upon "Meter Practice" at
7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening in room
248, Enginering building.
Hope to Settle Irish Problem
London, Nov. 28.-Today was one of
anxious waiting in England and Ire-
land for the next move in the Irish
peace negotiations, with hope still
prevailing that after the five months
truce and the, prolonged conferences
over the problem some way would be
found out of the trouble.

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WARM YOURHOMASIB
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W HAT sort of fixing and
what kind of fitting do
you need done in your
home before the cold
weather gets here. Now's a
pretty good time to think about
it. Do you need some new
kitchen conveniences, bathroom
accessories or a new heating
apparatus?
WM. HOCHREIN,
PLUMBER
Phone 525
211 South Fourth Avenue

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