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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

Volume I WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1922 Number 77
To the Members of the University:
The President and Mrs. Burton will not be "at home" this afternoon.
To the Deans:
There will be no conference of the Deans today. M. L. BURTON.
University Lecture:
Professor William Bateson, formerly Professor of Biology in Cambridge
University and now Director of the Johns Innes Horticultural Institution of
Merton Park, Surrey, England, will deliver a University lecture this evening
at 8 in the Auditorium of the Natural Science building. His subject will be
"Somatic Segregation" instead of "Somatic Mutation", as previously an-
nounced. The public is invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
Students on Probation, College of Literature, Seience, and the Arts:
By action of the Faculty, all students on probation are required to re-
port to the Bureau of Educational Reference and Research for examination,
the results of which are to be filed with the Dean. These examinations will
be held in two parts at 4 p. m.. on Thursday, Jan. 12, and Thursday, Jan.
19; those whose names begin with theletters from A to L, inclusive, in Room
B, Law building; those from M to R, inclusive, in Room C, Law building;
and those from S to Z, inclusive, in Room D, Law building.
You are directed without fail to present yourself at the room assigned
on both these dates. This takes precedence over all other engagements.
ARTHUR G.' HALL, Registrar.
Senior Engineers:
Assembly will be held Thursday, Jan. 12, at 11 o'clock in room 348, En-
gineering building. Mr. Willard Beahan of Cleveland, Assistant Chief Engi-
neer of the L. S. and M. S. Ry., will speak on "Human Engineering."
A. H. LOVELL, Senior Mentor.
Freshman Engineers:
Mr. Geo. Swain will speak to the Freshman Engineers on Wednesday,
Jan. 11, 1922, at 11 a. m. in room 348 of the Engineering building.(Fresh-
men-Be sure and call for your "Mentor reports" during the week of Jan.
16, 1922). C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshman Engineers.
Engineers:
The Lecture in Shop 4 Wednesday at 2 p. m. will be-held in Room 301
Engineering building. 0. W. BOSTON.

ADDITIONAL SPORT5S
Intramural Items
Entries are now open for interfra-
ternity swimming.
The basketball schedule for Wednes-
day night, Jan. 11, is as follows: At
6:15 o'clock-Beta Phi Delta vs. Sin-
fonia, Theta Xi vs. Alpha Rho Chi, Phi
Delta Chi vs. Hermitage. At 7 o'clock!
-Cacique vs. Cugnus, Phylon vs. Tri-!
gon, Theta Chi vs. Kappa Sigma, Psi
Omega vs. Xi Psi Phi. At 9:30 o'clock
-Alpha Kappa Kappa vs. Alpha Sig-
ma, Phi Chi vs. Phi Rho Sigma, Pi
Upsilon Rho vs. Nu Sigma Nu, Theta
Delta Chi vs. Chi Psi. For Thursday
at 6:15 o'clock-Lambda Chi Alpha vs.
Phi Delta Theta, Phi Kappa Sigma vs.
Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon
vs. Theta Chi. At 7 o'clock-Delta
Tau Delta vs. Delta Upsilon, Alpha
Sigma Phi vs. Alpha Tau Omicron,
Sigma Nu vs. Phi Sigma Delta. At
9:30 o'clock-Chi Phi vs. Alpha Chi
Rho, Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Delta Sigma
Phi, Kappa Nu vs. Psi Upsilon, Sigma
Chi vs. Zeta Psi. On Friday the fol-
lowing church league teams will play:
At 7 o'clock-Lutheran vs. Unitarian,
Methodist vs. Baptist, Episcopal vs.
Broadway Methodist, Congregational
vs. Presbyterian.
Referees for Wednesday at 6:15
o'clock are: R. W. Smith, Kerley,
Ohlmacher. At 7 o'clock-R. W. Smith,
Brunstigg, Kerley, Ohlmacher. At 9:30
o'clock-Weitzel, Laibley, Andrus,
Dance at the Chinese Gardens, Wed-
nesday-8-10-65c.-Adv.

Landre. For Thursday at 6:15 o'clock1
-R. W. Smith, Ohlmacher, Cooper,
At 7 o'clock-R. W. Smith, Ohlmacher,1
Cooper. At 9:30 o'clock-Ohlmacher,
Weitzel, Landre, Andrus. On Friday-
Cooper, Brunstigg, Shafter, Andrus.
The bowling schedule for Wednesday]
is as follows: At 3:30 o'clock-Upper
class laws, Damon junior lits. At 7a
o'clock-Soph engineers, Junior engi-
neers.3
Following is the list of society league
basketball garies: At 6:15 o'clock on
Friday-Phi Beta Delta vs. Trojan
club, G. R. club vs. Michigan Union,
Kentucky club vs. Detroit club, Crafts-
men vs. Forestry club. At 8:15 o'clock
-Architcture society vs. Cutting so-
ciety, D. J. C. vs. Upstaters, Hu~breths
vs. Skull and Bones, Bayonne club vs.
Eagles, Pyramid club vs. Western club.
HOREMANS TO MEET WELKER
COCHRAN AT UNION TONIGHT
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possible shots was little short of mar-
velous.
His playing mate, Horemans, has

Union billiard manager. Those who he defeated Al Taylor by the over-

have seen him will recall that his abil-
Harvard stadium and Pennsylvania is
reconstructing its athletic field and
will not be ready to stage any contests,
on it until the fall of this year.
Michigan with its up to date athletic
plant compares favorably with thel
best in the East. With California hold-!
ing the title it is thought that the
delegates meting in March will give
more than casual consideration to theI
invitation from Michigan should it beG
presented with the sanction of the!
Athletic association of Michigan. Di-
rector Fielding H. Yost stated that
the matter was being considered butI
chat no decision had yet been reached.
NAT'L TRACK MEET MAY BE
BAOUGHT TO FERRY FIELD
(Continued from Page Four)
made billiard history since he began
his tour of this country about a year
ago. In an exhibition game in New
York he ran the largest number at
18.2 that has ever been run under any
conditions. Seven hundred one is al
number which in balkline seems im-
possible but the great Belgian has this
to his credit. Last spring, in Chicago,

Iwhelming score of 400 to 35 and those
who remember Al will agree that it
would take a truly good player to do
this.
There is no danger of the match
being one sided for both contestants
are equally high in their profession.
It is sure to be a game which will
have in it ever style of play that can
be used, the close nurse, the line
nurse, open table shots, and the masse.
It should be a rare treat for local cue
enthusiasts.
WRESTLING COACH
FOR ALL MAT M EN
Coach Thorn will be at the gymnasium
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5
o'clock and on Saturdays from 1 until
5 to give instruction to all wrestlers
or prospective wrestlers. Every one
is urged to take advantage of this
offer to get the best of wrestling in-
struction whether they have had any
previous experience or not.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.

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Junior Engineers:
Date for the January Assembly1
abandoned. Watch fpr later announcer
Romance Club:
The next meeting of the Romance C
Michigan Union, at 4:15.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Earl V. Moore, University Organis
Hill Auditorium, Thursday afternoon
Song, Allegretto in B flat minor (Par
Finlandia, a Tone Poem (Sibelius). TI
quested to come promptly at the hour o
during the performance of numbers N
University Choir:
The University Choir will rehears
Hall Auditorium. It is important that
preparing the musical program for the
next Sunday evening. New members m
GE
University Symphony Orchestra:
The University Symphony Orchest
ductor, Mrs. George B. Rhead, Piano so
Faculty Concert in Hill Auditorium,
o'clck. The general public is invited

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WHAT'S GOING ON

WEDNESIAY
11:00-Junior engineers assemble in
room 348 of Engineering building.
12:00-Rotary club meets at Chamber
of Commerce.
12:15-Rainbow club luncheon in room
321 of Union.
3:15--Billiard match between Edouard
Horemans and Welker Cochran at
Union.
4:00-Lecture on the Genesis of Speech
by Prof. F. N. Scott in room 162 of
Natural Science building.
4:00-Sophomore lits meet in room
205 of Mason hall.
4:00-General J-Hop committee meets
at Union.
4:15-Romance club meets at Union.
6:30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives' dinner in room 319 of Union.
7:00-Hockey game with M. A. C. at
Coliseum.
7:00-Business meeting of DeMolays
held in Harris hall.
7:00-Comedy club meets in New-
berry auditorium.
7:30-Forestry club meeting in room
214, Natural Science building, Prof.
C. T. Johnston, of the surveying de-
partment, will speak.
7:30-DeMolays hold business meeting
at Haris hall.
7:30-Student council will meet at
Union.
7:30-Concert by advanced studehts at
School of Music.
7:30-Pennsylvania club meets in
Lane hall.
7:30-Lecture by Professor Rateson in
Natural Science auditorium.
8:00-Congregational students' annual
reception for foreign students at the
home of Professor and Mrs. God-
dard.
8:00-Prof. W. A. Frayer addresses
Circulo Italiano on "The Unifica-
tion of Italy," in Cercle Francais
room.
8:00-Billiard match between Edouard
Horemans and Welker Cochran at
Union.
THURSDAY
11:00-W. E. Beahan talks to senior
engineer assembly on "Human Eng-
inering."
4:00-Matinee Chamber Music concert
at Union.
4:15--Organ recital at Rill auditor.
ium.

published in yesterday's Bulletin is
ment. W. C. ROAD,
Class Mentor.
'lub will be held today, Jan. 11, at the
A. G. CANFIELD.
t, will give the following program in
at 4:15 o'clock: Risoluto, Slumber
'ker); Sonata, No. 2 (Mendelssohn);
he general public is invited but is re-
f beginning as the doors will be closed
qo admission charge.
e this evening at 7 o'clock, in Lane
all members be present to assist in
University Service in Hill Auditorium
nay join this evening.
ORGE OSCAR BOWEN, Director.
ra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, Con-
loist, will provide the program at the
Sunday afternoon, Jan. 15, at 4:15
. No admission charge.
7:00-R. . T. C. banquet held at New.
berry hal.
7:15-La Soc"edad Hispanic meets In
room 110 of Library.
7:15-Dixie club meets at Union....-
7:30-Round-Up club meets at Union.
7:30-Gun'hnd Blade club meets in
room 302 of Union. ?
7:30-Traverse City club meets in
board rooR at Lane hall.
U-NO'TICE
All students from Pennsylvania who
sign up with the Pennsylvania club
on or before Jan. 15, will be consid-
ered as charter members and wi1
be exempt from paying the initia-
tion fee.
AT THE THEATES
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TODAY
Swren
( Arcade-Constance Talmadge in
"Woman's Place."
Majestic-"The Conquering Pow-
er," a Metro feature.
I Wuerth-"The Sunshine Kiddies
of Melody Lane," and Sessue
Hayakawa in "The Swamp."
( Orpheum-William Duncan in
"When Men Are Men."
I Rae-Marion Davies in " $uried
Treasure."
THIS WEEK
1 Stae
Garrick (Detroit) - Eddie Can-
tor in "The Midnight Round-
I Shubert Michigan (Detroit) -
Charles S. Gilpin with "The
Emperor Jones."
IWhitney-Saturday and Sunday,
( Jan.14"and 16-The dramatic
Archie Hahn, '04L, at present the
trainer of athletic teams, broke the
world's record for the 60 yard dash in
a meet held at Chicago in 1906.

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Who threw that
brick at Connie?
She's running for Mayor. A
few more bricks and she'll be
running for home.
The Woman's Party picked her
for beauty, not brains, but
struck a snag when her gray
matter showed red.
She wouldn't have tried it, only
she found her fiance was the op-
position men's candidate. And
she hated the poor boob to feel
lonely.
Her political platform was
fourteen trunks. of Parisian
gowns.
Her strongest argument, a dia-
imond - studded bracelet around
her ankle.
But When She Found
Election Tricks
Are Often Bricks,
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C~oNSWOMAN

No more man-ruled world for her-
Not when she's running for Mayor.

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darning sox but the ballot box is -

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A Connie-Comedy of Woman's Rights and Woman's Frights.

Don't Miss a Moment of the Laugh Campaign.

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