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BOOKLET PUT ON S)
Concessions for the selli
Athletic Program have been
and 15,000 copies are being
ready to be distributed at t
gan-Illinois game at Ferry
morrow at a price of 10 cen
The apprearance of this ye
gram marks a new stage in
size -and character of the r
It is larger than' before
tains 16 pages of pictures, do
teams and general informati
Two pages alone will be d
individual pictures of Michig
sity football players, and on
er pages the squad as a w
be shown. Other cuts will1
issue of both Coaches Y
Zuppke, the referee and othe
of the game.
Two new fellowship$ were recent-
ly granted in the college of chemical
U~~IIIIengineering, both to JMhihigan grad-
uates. Each involves a'cash remun-
INEI) IN eration of $750 and laboratory facili-
The Detroit Edison fellowship went!
to W. F. Marande, '21, who has been
ng of the connected with the Bay City Industri-
n gantd ial works before coming. here. Mr:
n granted Marande will studythee ffect of sup-
g printed, erheated steam on steel and cast
he Michi- iron.
field to- L. Y. Deuchler, '22, was awarded.
ieach. -the Ordinance fellowship, given by
ts each' the United States Army. He will work
ear's pro- on the improvement of cartridge
both the brass for government use.
and con- NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY
me on the INSURES FOOTBALL PLAYERS1
ANCESTORAL WORSHIP IS
CHINESE FAMINE CAUSE!
I "If the Chinese would pay less at-
ciation on the subject "Language as
a preparation for college". Profes-
sor Canfield will return to Ann Arbor
"BENT' TAKES IIEAD1TARTERS
IN ENGINEERING BUILDINGj
FIVE CONTINENTS SWELL
ENGINEERING R OS T ER
Michigan's claim to th e title of a
tention to caring for their dead and Publication headquarters for the cosmopolitan institution is well sub-
more to cultivating the soil their coun- "Bent", official quarterly of Tau Beta stantiated by the list of foreign stu-
try would not be afflicted with any Pi, national honorary engineering fra- dn ene d ar hiteCllee
teribe fmies" sidPro. ~ ternity, have been established in room of Engineering and Architecture.;
terrible famines,"SaidProf. , 1 ,269 of the Engineering building. John Twenty-two countries and every con-;
Merrick, of the engineering depart, W. Ross, 23E, recently appointed edi- tinent in the world are represented
ment, in sneaking before the Ann Ar- tor and his assistants, the Michigan by 84 foreign students entered in this
bor Rotarians at their regular week- chapter of the society, will resume the ool. Canada and China lead the
ly luncheon held yesterday noon at pcatr of th i wi e he list with a respective enrollment of
the Chamber of Commerce. Accom- publication of this magazine which 23 and 22 engineers.
the hisetalk wihlnternslehas not been issued since the war. 2__and_22_engineers._
Professor Merrick told of many of his Ross was appointed editor-in-chief
rntrtng exrric toldrmangf th of the publication when Tau Beta Pi
interesting experiences during the
held its national convention here the
four years which he spent in the Far firstpart of the month. The first is- DON'T FORGET
"One of the many peculiar things sue will appear in November.
that the Chinese do," he said, "is to Always Ready
bury the bodies of the dead in cof- Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. n
fins built out of six inch beams in W ants in H
Natives of six South American
countries, three European states, five
Asian principalities, the British prov-1
ince of South Africa, and many island
possessions oftEngland, France, and
the United States are included in the
list. A few of the territories who
have added to Michigan's quota of
foreign students are: Boliva, Siberia,
Greece, Siam, Java, Columbia, Chile,
Argentine, India, Roumania, Mexico,
Cuba, and the Hawaiian and Philli-
Students Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made at
the Theta Phi Alpha-house of the en-
gagement of Sylvia Hosbein, ex-'23,
Ann Arbor Cu
aopul os qS
ey is a member of the Sigma
on on the!
be in the
Chicago, I11., Oct. 27.--Northwest-
THAT WE ARE
to Serve Your
tuIolu.TJoy vu uv~
ern university football players have
been insured against injuries receiv-;
order to keep out the evil spirits,
ed upon the football field of battle. while at the same time wood is so
The gridiron players receive a fixed scarce in most parts of China that
sum for all damage done them while lumber has to be transported many
in action or for illness they may have miles to the funerals."
during the season. The money goes
into the Athletic office's treasury. Cantield Talks in Grand Rapids
Money is said to be already pouring Prof. A. G. Canfield, of the French'
in from five broken noses and other: department left Friday for Grand
injuries received so far in the sea-RRapids, where he will addressthe
son. Grand Rapids district teachers' asso-4
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Addressing the delegates of the
press convention Friday morning in'
the Union Prof. R. M. Wenley of the
Philosophy department gave several
interesting views "From an Ancient V
to a Modern." He stated anong other
things that journalism should be one
of the most hisghly intellectual o"41
modern professions. His personal
views were that too much space was-
given to the dramatic and spectac-
ular news which might well be con-'
densed and run under a general news
column. He said this might be jisti-!
fled because of the craving of the gen-
eral public for something of human
interest and of romance.
Prof. J. B. Waite of the Law de-
partment speaking on "The Newspaper
and Crime" told of the influence news-
papers might bear in the interest of
justice. He said that although a daily
paper might be termed a text book for'
criminals, too much space was de-
voted to, the crime and not to the
punishment. He said of course the
crime. itself would be of most inter-'
est to the public but that the 'punish-
ment should be' made even' more in-
teresting so that it might appear as
Prof. T. B. Reed of the political sci-
ence department, speaking on "The
Newspaper and-'Public Opinon" com-
pleted the morning program which
'was in the .charge of Prof. J. J.
Brummof the Journalism department.
Professor Reed, dealing with political
news, appealed to the delegates to
make this type of news more inter- !
sting so that thepublicmay become
more highly educated alonggovern-
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Berlin, Oct. 27.--Great excitement
developed in Wilhelmstrasse over a
rumor that an attempt was to be made
on the lives of a number of leading
statesmen, who have official resi-
dences in that street.
A strong force of police and
"reichswehr" took up a position in
the neighborhood, and searched the
gardens attached to the houses of
President Ebert and Chancellor
Wirth. Nothing was found, and after
several hours, the watchers with-
Tilden's Fate Hangs in Balance
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 27.-Physi-
cians here stated today that the next.-
few hours will dtermine whether Wil-
lham T. Tilden, the tennis champion,
will ever be able to play again. The '
wizard of the courts is suffering from
an infected finger.-
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2. That you pay postage anywhere from 15 cents to 70 cents to send it home?
3. That it causes mother no end of bother to scrub, iron and mend it?
4. That she has to pack this laundry again, deliver it to the Post Office -
A writing man once remarked
that the way to spend your
last dime is to split it fifty-fifty
-a nickel for a loaf of bread
and a nickel for a carnation.
He had the right slant on the
value of looking the part-
though we don't recommend
carnations for business.
For most of us, looking the
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