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-E MICHIGAN DAILY

B

IFFICIAL BULLETIN

WEDXESDAY, NOVEMBER 80k 1991

''amber 6"

eans:
e will be no"conference of the Deans today.

M. L. BURTON.

man Engineers:
f. Ralph Aigler of the Law Faculty will address the freshman engineers
ednesday, Nov. 30, 1921, at 11 a. m., in Room-348 Engineering building.
hImen-See Dean Butts if you have been alAent from assembly.)
C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshmen Engineers.
ght Organ Recital:
arry Russell Evans will offer the following, program in Hill Auditor-
yt the next recital, Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock: March from
Sonata Pontificale" (Lemmens); Idylle in G (Maskell); Sonata No. 5,
minor, Opus 80 (Guilmant); A Song of India (By Request) (Rimsky
sakow) (Arranged by H. R. E.); Concert Variations (Bonnet).
CHARLIIS A. SINK, Secretary.
si:
.11 those giving instruction in this subject in the College of Literature,
ce, and the Arts, are requested to meet in Room 205 S. W., at 4:15 p.
ednesday, Nov. 30, and to bring class records.
CHARLES P. WAGNER.
ical Engineers:
[r. A. S. Albright, Supt. of Meters of the Detroit Edison Co.,'will speak
[etering Practice" at a meeting of the U. of M. branch of the A. I. E. R.-
held Wednesday, Nov. 30, in Room 248 New Engineering building at
. . The meeting is open to anyone interested in this subject.
.? F. D. JOHNSTON, Chairman.
ants from Foreign Lands:
ome of the ladies in Lansing, Michigan, are willing to entertain stu-
from foreign countries at their homes during the Christmas holidays.
m who are interested will please consult Dean Jordan at her office
Men will please consult with me, Thursdays and Fridays at 4
k, 302 University Hall; phone 1451, or University exchange 110-J.
J. A. C. HILDNER,
Adviser to Foreign Students.
ext meeting ,Thursday, Dec. 1, 7:30 p. m. in Room 303 Chemistry
ng. Professor James B. Pollock will address the club on the subject
amines. C. H. STOCKING,
Secretary, 'College of Pharmacy.

PLAYERS PLEASE WITH
"SCHOOL FOR SCANDL"
Our gret grandmothers would
have held up their hands in holy
horror had they known that several
centuries later a certain Players club
of a University could interpret their
eighteenth century characteristics as
Ut did in playing Sheridan's "School
'or ScandI" last evening at Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
Sheridan caught their besetting
sins, antl the cast last evening show-
ed them up ably.
ALUMNAE TO HOLD
FINAL MEETINGS
Plans for raising funds for the Wo-
men's building will be discussed by
the executive committee and advisory
members of the alumnae council at
9:30 o'clock this morning. The advis-
ory members are: Mrs. Edward D.
Pomeroy, '96, Dean Myra B. Jordan,
93, Mrs. Evans Holbrook, '03, Mrs.
Charles Cooley, '88, and Edna Groff,
'22.
The alumnae council including the
executive committee and the advisory
members will join with the board of
directors of the Women's league for
its final meeting at 4 o'clock this aft-
ernoon in Alumni Memorial hall.
FLOWERS NOT ALLOWED AT
FORMAL DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT
No flowers will be allowed at the
Union formal dance that will be given
next Friday in place of the regular
weekly membership dance, it was an-
nounced by the Union dance commit-
tee yesterday. The party is open to
the general membership of the Union
and no extra charge will be made. All
ithose who attend the dance will be
expected to wear full dress or tuxe-
dos. Extra dance music and some
specialties have been provided for by
the committee.
CORRECTION
The V. F. W. is not giving the movie
in lill auditorium toight; it is given
by all the service men's organizations
on the campus. The official caption is
"Veterans' Memorial Committee."
WHAT WOULD YOU LIKE TO
READ IN THE DAILY?
What would you like to read
in The Daily? In what manner
can the faculties and facilities
of the University be made of.
interest, :value,and practical {
aid-to students, faculty, and
others?
The Daily is much limited as
to the quantity of news which it
is able to print-it can exercise
cihoice in the general character
of that i~ews. Mail your sugges-
tions to the City Editor, Michi-
gan Daily.
Attention Fraternities, Sororities,
and Clubs. U. of M. Societies are pay-
ing retail prices for their pins. At a
Michigan college last week hundreds
of dollars were saved the societies.
You have your chance today or to-
morrow. For appointment call Mr.
Decker, Allenel Hotel. H. R. Terry-
berry Co., wholesale jewelers and di-
rect factory representatives. Grand
Rapids, Mich.-Adv.
Pay your Daily subscription at the
Press Bldg.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

.OPEN EVENINGS
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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE
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Millions

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People

Can Write

Stories and

Photoplays

and Don 't ,Know It!

THIS IS THE STARTLING ASSERTION RECENTLY MADE BY ONE OF THE
HIGHEST PAID WRITERS IN THE WORLD. IS HIS ASTOUNDING STATE-
MENT TRUE? CAN IT BE POSSIBLE THERE ARE COUNTLESS THOUS-
ANDS OF PEOPLE YEARNING TO WRITE, WHO REALLY CAN AND SIM-
PLY HAVEN'T FOUND IT OUT?
Most anybody can tell a story. W h y can't m o s t anybody
write one? Don't you believe the creator gave you a story-
writing faculty just as he did the greater writer?

Now Is Your Opportunity/

WHATS GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
~00--Former Detroit Junior college
men's luncheon at Lane hall.
00-Tea for Bishop Remington in
Harris hall.
D0-Wayfarers meet in room 304 of
Union.
00-Westerners' meeting at Lane
hall.
1&-De Iolay meets at Harris hal.
Regular meeting followed by re-
hearsal of both degrees. The officers
will not meet tonight.
15-Spanish lecture by Mr. Michand
at Tappai4 hall.
15-$igma Delta Chi meets in room
302 of Union.
15-Student council meets in room
304 of Union.
30-Traverse City club meets in
room 325 of Union.
0-Greenville-Belding club meets in
room 321 of Union.
S0-Executive committee. of Com-
merce club meets in room 416 of
Natural Science building.
80-A. L E. E. meets in room 248 of
Engineering building. A. S. Al-
bright speaks.
-Players club presents "The
School for Scandal" in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall.
0-"Finish Union Reading Room"
at Hill auditorium.
THURSDAY,
I5-Organ recital in Hill auditor-
ium.
15-lMeeting of La Sociedad Itispan-
ica in room 110 of Library.
15-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
80-Round Up club meets in room
302 of Union.
30-Prescott club meets in room 303
>f Chemistry building.
0-Oratorical association lecture in
EIill auditorium.
)0-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
ARSITY COACHES
ATTEND MEETiNG
Saturday evening, the Auditorium
tel, of Chicago, will be the meeting
ace of all the Conference coaches
football, baseball, and basketball.
e purpose of the meeting is to form
3chedule of games for 1922 for both
seball and football, while the basket-
l coaches will meet for the purpose
interpreting the 1921 and 1922 rules.
aches Yost, Mather, and Fisher will
present Michigan at the meeting.
Navy Football Captain Elected
rincent Conroy, of Ogden, Utah, has
n elected next year's captain of the
vy football team. Conroy played
artetback on the team that beat the
my and will succeed Emery Larson

Christmas Seals
Go On Sale Today
More than 700,000 Christmas seals
will be mailed out this morning to
residents of Ann Arbor by members
of the Ann Arbor Business Girls'
club, with the hope that every seal
will be wanted by those who receive
them.
They are sold to procure money to
fight tuberculosis and every cent of the
money received from the sale of the
stickers in .Ann Arbor will go to the
Michigan Tubeiculosis , association
The state association's only source of
income is from the sale of these seals'
every year ust before Christmas.
Last year in the United States the
sale of Christmas seals made possi-
ble the curing of 75,000 cases of tu-
berculosis. They cost but one cent
each, the campaign lasting from Dec.
1 to Dec. 25.
WHIMSIES INTERESTS ITSELF
WITH ART FOR ART'S SAKE
(Continued from Page One)
Whimsies variety this month is best
explained in an "editorial word or
two" in which the policy of the paper,
or-as all policy is rigorously denied-
the attitude or atmosphere of the pa-
per is to urge for artistic expression
av wel as a love for art itself, and to
foster this spirit of creation and ap-
preciation. As vouchsafed by Whims-
ies, the writings sought are those with
"originality of conception expressing
itself in beauty and with sincerity."
In this issue at least, the aim seems'
to be particularly well illustrated.
EPISCOPALIANS WILL HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET TONIGHT
Episcopalians of University circles
will meet at 6 o'clock tonight at the'
Union for their annual banquet.
Bishop Remington, principal speak-
er of the evening, will talk on "What
Is a College Graduate?" Douglas Dow,
'22, representing the student body,
has chosen for his subject "Student
Opinion".
The toastmaster for the evening will
be Dean Warren L. Rogers, '07, of St.
Paul's cathedral of Detroit.
Have you sent in your scenario fo

$7 .00

IN GOLD will be
given as Prizes

in the Scenario Contest which is now being conducted by the
"Michigan Daily"

RULES OF CONTEST
1. All manuscripts must be typewritten on white
81/2 x 11 inch paper. Original copies, not carbons,
must be submitted.
2. Manuscripts should average 1,500,words in
length. This is a suggestion, but not essential.
3. The writer's name and address must be on the
upper left hand corner of the first page of the man-
uscript.
4. Manuscripts not accept will be returned only
if self-addressed and, stam d envelopes are en-
closed.
5. Manuscripts will be judged by competent
judges picked by The Daily and the' producers.
6. Two prizes will be awarded, the first of $50
and the second of $25.
7. Manuscripts should be addressed to Tie Daily
in care of the scenario editor.'
8. The contest closes at 6 o'clock Saturday night,
Dec. 3, 1921.

A FEW SUGGESTIONS
1. A scenario is the description of the action of
a story in its proper order, but not necessarily di-
vided into scenes of giving the detailed action.
2. Don't forget that the heart and: soul of the
scenario is its story. That is the great thing, the
essential thing, and the all important thing about
the scenario. If the story is a fascinating thing of
heart-interest, clean romance, adventure or mystery,
then your scenaro is good at heart.
3. Stories of a dramatic type are desired. Drama
makes a more definite appeal and is easier to por-
tray than comedy or farcial comedy.
4. Avoid "slap-stick" and gross comedy situations.
5. Avoid sex theme's or situations developed on
the worn-out subject of the "eternal triangle."
6. Remember that language cannot be photo-
graphed, therefore avoid lengthy description. The
story must be one of action, one which may be vis-
ualized.
7. Portray your characters concisely and at all
times be consistent in the development of your
theme.
8. It is suggested that the story be based on
some, pt which revolves around the University.

,,

Remember this contestis open to all students of the Univer-
sity with the exceptions of the "Michigan Daily" Editorial
and Business Staffs.
NOTE:-Any students who are considering submitting yscenarios and who desire any further infor-
mation can interview the producing company's representative at the publications reading room, second
floor of the Press Building, from 2 to 4 o'clock any day except Saturday.

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