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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HISOLE KEPS MUM
ON MERGER QUESTION
"I deemed it best not to make any
public statement concerning the mat-
ter of merger of the Homoeopathic
Medical school until the Michigan
Alumnus had spoken. Since then, I
have been importuned by nearly every
newspaper in the state to say some-
thing. All I should say and perhaps
more than I should have said I have
already said." This was the word
Dean Wilbert B. Hinsdale of the,
Homoeopathic medical school gave out
when questioned this week.
Staff Not to Argue at Meet
Dean Hinsdale preferred to make
no prediction as to the outcome of the
Regents' meeting today, at which time
the merger question will be handled.
He explained that the Homoeopathic
staff would probably have nothing to
do with presenting the arguments on
their side of the case. He said that
the matter of presenting the arguments
in favor of maintaining the Homoeo-
pathic school was being handled en-
tirely by the state homoeopathic alum
Di association, whose headquarters are{
in Detroit. He believed that as they
were an earnest and energetic organ-
ization, they would handle the work
capably.
Association Head to Attend
The president of the alumni associa-
tion, Dr. John M. Lee, of Rochester,
New York, is expected to attend to-
day's meeting. Several more promin-,
ent members of the alumni are also
expected, among them Dr. Mabel Dixie,
of Fremont, Ohio, secretary of the or-
ganization, and Dr. . E. Westfall, of
Ypsilanti.
Members of the facult of the Hom-
oeopathic school manifested interest in
the outcome of the meeting, but state
that tley have pracically no knowl-
edge of the probable results, or of the
character of the defense which will be
offered for the Homoeopathic school.
YOU WILL ALWAYS
FIND
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and Plants
of the
Finest
Quality
at
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Branch-Next Arcade Theatre

M C TO RUN VAICTION
SPECliLS DECEMBER 16
TWO TRAINS EXPECTED TO BEAR
SURPLUS TRAFFIC OF
STUDENTS
Two specials will be run on Friday,
Dec. 16, by the Michigan Central rail-
road for the accomodation of students,
one for Chicago leaving Ann Arbor at
1:20 o'clock and arriving in Chicago
at 7 o'clock the same evening, and one
for Grand Rapids leaving at 1:21
o'clock. All trains leave on Central
standard time, which is one hour
slower than Ann Arbor time.
Eastbound Schedule
Below is the regular daily schedule:
(Eastbound) mornings, 5:30 o'clock,
local for Detroit; 7 o'clock, through
train for Detroit, Buffalo and New
York; 9:43 o'clock, for Detroit, con-
necting with south bound trains; 11:28
o'clock, local for Detroit; afternoons.
2:30 o'clock, special train for New
York and points intermediate; 2:45
o'clock, Wolverine for Detroit, Buffalo,
New York and Philadelphia; 3:55
o'clock, local for Detroit, Buffalo, New
York and Boston; 6:05 o'clock, for De-
troit, connecting for upper Michigan
points; 8:07 o'clock, for Detroit, con-
necting for Pittsburg, Cleveland, Cin-
cinnati, Indianapolis and points'south;
9:38 o'clock, Detroit, Buffalo and Chi-
cago train carrying sleepers connect-
ing at Buffalo for Washington and
points east; 11:10 o'clock, for Detroit,
Toronto, Montreal and Canadian
Ipoints.
Westbound Schedule
Westbound trains leave at the fol-
lowing times: mornings, 5:30 o'clock
for Chicago, connecting at Jackson for
Grand Rapids; 8:35 o'clock, for Grand
Rapids and points north, 8:50 o'clock,
Wolverine for Chicago, 9:19 o'clock,
local for Chicago; afternoons, 1:23
o'clock, Chicago and Grand Rapids
train; 2:44 o'clock, through train for
Chicago, 5:13 o'clock, local for Kala-
mazoo, 6 o'clock, Grand Rapids train
connecting there for points north, and
10:42 o'clock, sleeping-car train, for
Chicago.
UNIVERSITY WILL ASSIST
IN STATE HEALTH CAMPAIGN
Faculty members of the University
and members of the State Medical so-
ciety will co-operate in a state-wide
campaign to educate the people of
?Michigan to a better understanding of
the problems of health and fighting
isease. It was the opinion of Dr.
C. G. Parnell, director of the Uni-
versity hospital, that the University
and state medical societies have com-
posed their former difficulties and are
wil ing to concentrate their combined
efforts for the public good.

WHIMSIES SENDS
FIVE ESSAYS TO
CONTEST JUDGES1
Contributions to Whimsies' essay;
contest, which closed on Dec. 1 with.
more than 30 submitted manuscripts,
have been culled, and the five best
manuscripts have been forwarded to
the final judges, David Grayson, Samu-
el McChord Crothers and Agnes Rep-
plier, who are considered among the
country's leading essayists. The five
manuscripts submitted were by Lois
Whitcomb, '22, Dana Pettibone, '22
Ruth Lechlitner, '23, Forman- G. Brown
'22, and Egbert R. Isbel, '23. A prize
of $25 will be awarded the best essay
which will appear in the January issue
of Whimsies, with possibly one or two
other competing essays.
Whimsies wishes to announce that
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A necktie makes the best Xmas gift
when it is accompanied by a WEDGE-
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the tie last twice as long, and keep itI
free of wrinkles until it is worn out.
We will be glad to send free descrip.
tie matter to anybody. Send a postal
card today. . or better yet send
r$3.50 and the WEDGETYPE TIE.
PRESS will be sent prepaid. We take
all the risk and agree to refund your
money if it does not do the work to
your own satisfaction and iflt is re-
turned within five days.
We have a special offer to make to
a very limited number of students who
wish to pay their expenses by demon-
strating this useful article among
their friends. If interested send stamp
for our special proposition to demon-
strators.
PEG TYPE
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THE S PAYY H CO.

all contributions for the January issue Engineers take Physkeal Examinations was finished last week, and the e
must be in the hands of the editors by Starting this week, students from ers will be looked after until
December 13. the Engineering school have been re-' -'e middle of January. A num'
porting to the University health ser- the men are not reporting as
Buy your class toques from Daily vice for physical examinations. Ex- hou d, according to authoritie
advertisers.-Adv. amination of architectural students it is urged that they report pro
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MAYBE YOU CAN WRITE PHOTOPLAYS, AND DON'T KNOW IT -
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY

$75.00 liLL BE eiviN AS PRIZES

IN COLD

IN GOLD

FOR THE BEST
PHOTO PLAY SCENARIO
WRITUEN FOR THE

niversity Movie Contest.
-NOW BEING CONDUCTED BY "THE MICHIGAN DAILY" -

SPECIAL NOTICE'
Remember in writing that
without a plot there can
be no photoplay.
This is the most important
factor, and remember that
a series of incidents more
or less closely related
DO NOT MAKE A PLOT.
A plot is a recital of the
means by which the de-
termined object is gained
or lost.
.A PLOT SHOULD CON..
SIST OF A STRUGGLE,
SUSPENSE, & CLIMX'
Center around things
which are possible, prob-
able and plausible and
avoid plots which are too
wildly speculative.

RULES OF CONTEST
1. All manuscripts must be typewritten on white
8% x 11 inch paper. Original copies, not carbons,
must be submitted.
2. Manuscripts should be written as short as pos-
sible but fully explaining situations and detail of
story.
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 accepted will be returned only
if self-addressed and stamped 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 The Daily
in care of the scenario editor.
8. The contest closes at 6 o'clock Saturday night,
Dec. 10, 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 themes 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 Sour 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 plot which revolves around the University.

Remember this contest is open to all students of the Univer-
sity with the exceptions of the "Michigan Daily" Editorial
and Business Staffs.

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NOTE:-Any students who are considering submitting scenarios 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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SOMEONE IS GOING TO WIN -IT MIGHT AS WELL BE YOU
Contest Positively Closes at 6:00 O'C lock Saturday Night, Dec. 10th, 1921

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