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DAILYOB
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 3 SATiR-IAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922 Numllbei :3
aology 1, Supplementary Examination:
Those who were absent from examination last June will take examina-
on Saturday, Oct. 28, at 9 a. m., in Room Z-229, Natural Science building.
A. FRANKLIN SIHULL.
niversity of Michigan Varsity Band:
Formation at Lane Hall at 1:30 p. m. Saturday, Oct. 28. Uniform full
ress. WILFRED WILSON, Director.
:aduate English Club:-
The Graduate English Club will meet on Tuesday, Oct. 31, promptly at
o'clock in the parlors 4 the Helen Newberry Residence. Professor Clavel
the French Department will talk on Literary Education in France. All
.aduate students in English and other graduate students interested in

Players Take Solemn Pledge Not
To Shave Until Victory Is Theirs

R. Baxter, Max I. Bayin, Herman J.
Browe, Nita Butler, Howard B. Can-
non, Spencer S. Fihine, Elizabcet
Fuller, Leon W. Fulr ailsiao,
Florence Kelly, Garrett B. Kempers
Ada Kennan, Floreuce Kerwin, Tsau
Ming Leung, J. M. Liudemuth, M. E.
McCarty, Thomas A. McGuire, Pearl
Mahan, Harry L. Marvin, Augusta
Meiser, Martha A. Mohnke, Floyd W.1
Moore, Helene Noumann. Aura Om:Ins,
Jacob S. Pearistien, Ry C. Pe'ltt, I
Erward 1. Phillips, Alberi R. Ren-
wick, Parley B. Sherman, Byron II.
Smith, Everett J. Soop, George A.
Stinchcomrb, I !ugh R. Thomas, Wil-
liam M. Trap. Uy vote of the fac-
ulty of the School of Education, Tsai
Yin Cheo was recommended to re-
ceive thedegree of bachelor of arts in
education. The faculty of the School
of Education awarded teachers' cer-
tificates to the following people: Tal
Yin Cheo, Garrett 13. Kempers, Tsau
Ming Leung, E zabeth Sherman. The
degree of pha-maceutical chemist

was awarded to the following: George Rememn
'. Tasker, Louis N. Gibbons. The de- Taxi 25c.-
gree of bachelor of science in phar-_
nac'y waawarded to the following:
cestcr G. Faso, !,hlo( Ohtono. i

[. f. To Oberve E s 1Parey
Washington, Oct. 27.-The United
States, while there is virtually no
chance of her sending an ofiicial dele-
gate to the Near East Conference, will
be relire: ented by an official observor,
it was learned here today.

EVERY MAN TO HIS TRADE
WE ARE PENMAKERS
RIDEs for PENS
35 Years Experience

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WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by ,5:30 o'clock oz
the day before publication.
SATURDAY
1: -Varsity band meets in front of
Lan'e hall for picture. Full uni-
form, white gloves.
1 :-Crafsmen degree team rehears-
al at Masonic temple.
5:30-Ferris - Masselink banquet in
Union
7:30-Craftsmen meet In Masonic
temple. Degree work, special elec-
tion.
8:00-Special business meeting of the
Chinese student clup in Lane hall
uditorium-
SUNDAY
12,:00-Rtaptist guild class meets in
Baptist Guild house across street
from church.,
3:0(0-PhillIpeneMichigan club meets
in Lane hall.
6:00-Baptist guid social half hour in
church. Refreshments. .
6:30-Baptist guild evening meeting
led by Miss Florence Gillis. Sub-
ject: "How to Spend a Life." Spe-
cial music; contralto solo by Miss
Thelma Stealy.
7:00-Dr. J. H. haplai, .of Cincinnati,
will address meeting of Jewish Stu-
dent Congregation.

INDIANS HOL FINA
WORKOUTIN DETROIT
(By Associated Press)
Detroit, Oct. 27.-"Illinois will be
in there fighting every minute", Coach
Zuppke of the Illinois football .squad
declared tonight, following the finalI
workout for the contest at Ann Arbor
tomorrow with Michigan's gridders.
That was his only comment on the
forthcoming struggle. To make pre-
dictions when a team coached by
Fielding H. Yost, the Wolverne men-
tor, was concerned, Zuppke said
would be "only a waste of time".
The Illinois squad reached Detroit
early today, and put in most of the
afternoon at Mack park in signal and
booting drill. Tonight there was a
"skull" session.
The squad will leave here for Ann
Arbor tomorrow forenoon, reaching
Ferry field a short time before play
is scheduled to begin..
COA CII YOST URGES CAMPUS
NOT TO BE OVERCONFIDENT

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Jack MUarOd, laf, and Jimmy Nippert, with their "defeat" whiskers.
If Cincinnati university continues to have a poor season-on the grid-
iron the Cinci barbers will be out some dough. At least three members of"
the U. C. team, after suffering two defeats, pledged themselves to go un-
Thaven until the team should win. The three are Jack Harrod, guard;
Jimmy Nippert, center, and Robert Keith, halfback. When the photo above
was taken Harrod and Nippert had be2n two games (two weeks) without a
shave.

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U-NOTICES.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by,
calling at the surveying depart-1
ment and ordering them. '
Westerners club meeting postponeld to
Wednesday. Nov. 1.1
)Ieeting of Alpha Nu Debating society,
scheduled for Friday evening, Oct.
27, at which time tryouts for the
Varsity debate were to be held, has
been postponed until Friday eve-
ning, Nov. 3, due to the pep meeting,
to be held tonight.
Graiduate Women Will hold Meeting
Women of the Graduate school will
hold their next meeting on Tuesday,1
Oct. 31, from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock..
Dean Jean Hamilton, who will be the
honor guest for the day, has invited
:he women to meet at her home. The'
committee hopes that the members of
the group will be able to take advan-
tage of this opportunity to become ac-
.uainted with the dean and also withl
each other. Further plans for the
group will be made at the meeting.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

(Continued from Page One)
only as a matter of team efficiency
and that ,the student body should
realize that only a few seats are lo-
cated on the 50 yard line and that
knocking about your seat therefore
shows poor spirit.
"Betting is not a question of mor-
ality," he declared. "We must real-
ize that when betting occurs, that
means losers, and losers are apt to
be knockers. No team can win when
it is being knocked."
In conclusion, Coach Yost warned
his hearers that Illinois has a power-
ful team and that it is going to put up
a hard fight that will test Michigan's
resources to the limit. He cautioned
against overconfidence on the part of
anyone, and urged that the Michigan
spirit will be the deciding factor in
the game today.
Following the meeting, moving pi-
tures of the various members of the,
football team, and of the Ohio State
game were thrown upon the screen,
tc' the evident satisfaction of the hi-
larious throng.
Jobin' Will Direct Cercle Fralicais
Anthony J. Jobin of the French fac-
ulty in the engineering school, has
been appointed faculty adviser of the
'Cercle Francais to succeed J. B. Clop-
pet 'who has held that position for the
past two years. In addition to his du-
ties as faculty adviser, Jobin will di-
rect the annual play given by the so-
ciety.

URTON OUTLINES P
(Continued from Page One)
sity has embarked the President de-
clared that plans make possible
,achievements which are worthy of
consideration.
Two Kinds of Plans
"These plans must be of two kinds,"
he asserted, "those that look toward
making the best of you and your re-
sources and those which aid the oth-
er fellow to do the same. I am note
nearly so vitally interested in the ac-}
tual performance of this program as
I am concerned with the minds and
characters and visions of the boys
and girls of this state who will soon
make the citizens of Michigan. In|
that connection the University is as I
much concerned over the rural,
schools, the high schools of the state,
the agricultural college and other in-
stitutions of learning as it is in ex-
panding itself."
NEWSPAPER ETHICS ARE
DISCUSSED B Y EDITORS
Reading of a paper written by Cas-
per H. Yost, president of the Ameri-
can Society of Newspaper Editors, and
editor of the St. Louis Globe, opened
the afternoon session of the second
day of the University Press club con-
vention. The paper dealt with the
necessity of the formation of a code
of ethics which should govern the
newspapers of the country, and was

read by Stuart H. Perry, vice presi-
dent of the Press club, in the absence{
of Mr. Yost who was unable to at-
tend on account of ill health.
President David Friday, of the
Michigan Agricultural college, gave a
summary of the work which the col-
lege :s doing to improve farming
throughout the state. He pointed 'Out
that the problem of the present is not
that of getting people back to the!
farms. It is, rather, that of institut-
ing scientific methods of production.
He declared that there are not more
than 196,000 farmers who need the
} information that the college is able to
give, and that it is only through the
newspapers of the state that they
could hope to receive it.
Edmund Booth, editor of the Grand
Rapids Press, spoke on "The Daily
Newspaper And The Divorce Evil". He
pointed out definite examples of sen-!
sational treatment of divorce cases
in many of the larger papers. The!
meeting was concluded with a discus-
sion of Mr. Booth's subject.
CHAIR IN TRANSPORTATION
ENGINEERING ANNOUNCED
(Continued from Page One)
istration, Howard - G. Fishack; Gale
Lavere Wessinger; master of science
in engineering, A. D. Gardner, Har-
old deB. VanDoman; master of sci-
ence, Geraldine Brasie, Alexancder C.
Burr, Lucie Harmon Victor E. Legg,
Max S. Marshall, Jacob Olthoff, Faith
Palmerlee. Mabel Peters, Walter
Schneider, Harold R. Voorhees; mas-
ter of arts, Robert C. Angell, Ernest

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