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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

PLANS FINISHF.D FOR
CLEMENTS LIBAR
STAKES LAID OUT; GROUND WILL
BE BROKEN IN SHORT
TIME

Pixley Elected 0. S. U. Captain
Columbus, Dec. 1.-- Lloyd A. Pix-
ley of Columbus was elected captain
of the 1922 Ohio State football team
here tonight. He played guard on
this year's eleven.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

I Volume 2

FRIDAY, D'ECEMBER 2, 1921

Number 58

merican Association of University Professors:
There will be a meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the
merican Association of University Professors Monday, Dec. 5, at 8 p. m. in
oom 304, Michigan Union.. CHARLES B. VIBBERT.

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Jniversity Club:
Club night Friday, Dec. 2, 1921.

F. E. ROBBINS.

Tryouts for Contest in Extemporaneous Speaking:
Those expecting to try out for the Contest in Extemporaneous Speak-
ing will appear in Room 302, Mason Hall, Saturday morning, Dec. 3, at 8
o'clock. Topics will be assigned to each speaker at that time.
CONTEST COMMITTEE.
The next meeting of the Graduate English club will be held Thursday,
Dec. 8, in Newberry Hall. Professor Campbell will talk to the club on "The
Methods of Comparative Literature". All graduate students interested in the
study of English are invited to attend.
NEIL E. COOK, President.
Cosmopolitan Club Social:
The Cosmopolitan Club is holding a reception and social in Lane Hall,
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. An interesting program will be offered, in-
cluding selections to be given by a quartette. All members of the club, and
others interested, are cordially invited.
VICTOR GONDOS, JR.
American Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
The local Section of the American Chemical Society will meet Tuesday,
Dec. 6, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 151 of the Chemistry building.
Dr. A. L. Ferguson will give a paper on the Action of Proteins in the
Presence of Electrolytes.
Annual business meeting. Election of officers.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Economics 37:
The examination on Friday, Dec. 2, at 1 o'clock, will be held in Room B,
Law building. I. L. SHARFMAN.

Players Club:
There will be a try-out Saturday]
castes for two one-act original plays.
Japanese students are invited to try
try-out for those who can give reading

morning, Dec. 3, at 9 o'clock to pick
One of the plays is a Japanese play.
out for parts. There will also be a
gs. R. 8. RITTER.

WHAT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
6:00-Christian Callings conference
banquet at Methodist church.
6:00-Shrine club dinner at Masonic
temple.
7:30-Newark club meets in room 804
of Union.
7:30-Dr. Gutlelectures at Unitarian
church.
7:30-Pennsylvania club meets in up-
per reading room of Union.
8:00-Hobart guild party at Harris
hall.
9:00-Formal dance at Union.
SATURDAY
1:00-V. F. W. meets for picture in
front of Union.
2:00-De Molay officers rehearse both
degrees at Masonic temple.
2:30-Catholic students' dance at Un-
ion.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Chinese students meet at Baptist
Guild house, 503 East Huron street.
7:45-C0raftsmen's club meets at Ma-
sonic temple.
8:00-Cosmopolitan club social in Lane
hall.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Freshmen To 21e
Guests At Party
All you seniors, juniors, sophomores,
and especially freshmen-get out your
cherished party gowns and make ready
for the good time that awaits you at
the Freshman spread tomorrow night
at Barbour gymnasium.
As in former years, the sophomores
are giving this party for the freshmen
women, and they are promising theI
best time ever. No, freshmen, there
aren't going to be any men, but every
one of you will be escorted by a jun-
ior girl who will be as good and oblig-
ing a partner as any one could wish
for. Of course this escort can't send
you flowers-the committe in charge
has forbidden that-and she is not
allowed to call for you in a taxi un-
less it is a stormy night, but she'll
arrange your dance program, lead you
in the grand march, and see that you
get plenty of refreshments and favors
'n everything!
League of Nations Calls Meeting
Geneva, Dec. 1.-The league of na-
tions has issued a call for the members
of the international court of justice
to meet at the Hague on Jan. 30. For-
mal opening of the court is expected
early in February.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.-Adv.

Ground will be broken in a short
time for the new Clements library,
final arrangements having been made
and the finished plans placed in the
hands of the architect.
The site of the new library is just
west of the old Engineering building,
facing. on South University avenue.
The library will overlap 25 feet of the
Enginering building, necessitating that
part to be removed. Four class rooms,
at present occupied by Prof. C. E.
Love, of the mathematics departments,
and his assistants, will be destroyed
in accordance with this plan of pro-
cedure.
Due to the extreme scarcity of
space for class meetings, it was nc-
essary to seek another location to
take the place of the rooms that will
be destroyed. For a time this task
presented an ugly problem to the
building officials, but it has finally
been settled in a satisfactory man-
ner. Part of the Museum is being
moved into the Thompson house, sit-
uated directly across the street from
the north end of the new Engineering
building. The space that is left va-
cant in the Museum will be utilized
and turned into three, class rooms and
IA office. The remainder of offices
that are needed will be built in the
Thompson house.
Preliminary work of laying out the
stakes has already been accomplish-
ed, and all that is left now is to be-
gin the actual construction work.
Formal acceptance of these plans will
be granted by the Board of Regents
in their next meeting on Dec. 19.
Communication
The Editor, Michigan Daily.
Dear Sir: - I notice in this morn-
ing's Daily an account of my short
talk before the Adelphi House of
Representatives last Tuesday evening.
The substance of my talk was not
stated quite accurately. What I did
say can be summarized as follows:
World peace can be secured only by
removing the causes of war and not b
disarmament only. The Far Eastern
question, if not rightly settled, will be
one of the immediate causes of war;
so it was brought up in the Disarma-
ment Conference at Washington. China
being the country much involved in
the Far Eastern question needs the
co-operation of the Powers and the
opportunity to solve her problems by
her own people.
FENG C. LING.
ARCHITECTURAL STUDENTS
TO MAKE TRIP TO DETROIT
Architectural students, accompan-
ied by Prof. George M. McConkey and
Prof. James B. Newman, of that de-
partment, will spend Saturday in De-
troit for the purpose of studying con-
struction work in that city.
The Henry Ford hospital, the new
Cass Technical high school, the Edi-
son service building; and the build-
ings of the Detroit Municipal railway
will be among the structures visited.
Students in architectural construc-
tion, especially, have been advised to
accompany the party, which, how-
ever, may include others interested.
The group will leave on the 7 o'clock
interurban tomorrow morning.
In 1910 26 American colleges and
universities showed an enrollment of
more than 1,000 students.

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