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'on federate Veterans Now Under Arms
Hold Reunion Near Site Of Great Defeat

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a tour of one mouth, during which nir
.the mpemberswoldseve andtarests LtELCLIJD5SI g NOY. IS
the speakersouseefthandargest 1
universities in' the country. Amon;
prominent Europeans whom the In, Date for Annual Fall Concert Set;
stitute will attempt to secure are H. Plan Westerii Trip
A. L. Fisher, commipsioner of educa I___
ton under Lloyd George, and Lord Slcin-yte.Mdih os
Haldane, British statesman and for- SeetosI h ingtSn
mer cabinet member. quartette, a banjo qluintette, the vo-
President Burton is heartily in fav-f cal and instrumental sections of the
or of the plan, believing it to be an i club, and other, groups, will compose
excellent means of teaching American the program of the annual fail con-
students their responsibilities in cert of the University Glee crabs to
world affairs: be heid on the evening of Nov. 1£l in
The universities which will coop- luBll auditorium. In the entertain-'
erate in the plan have not yet beerj ment, the 48 members of the vocal
determined, but it is certain that the section of the club and the 15 mem-,
University of Michigan will be a mem- bers of the instrumental section wvill
ber of the group, take part. Gage E. Clarke, grad~, has.
been chosen accompanist.
Unvell Tablet irking Cralit's hIouse! Plans are now under way for an ex.
Detroit, Nov. 1. - Unveiling of a tended western trip for the club to be
taken during spring vacation. A nuim-
bronze tablet marking the house on! ber of serenades, tap room sings, and
East Fort street, which was occupied other entertainments are also being
as a residence of Gen. Ulysses S. considered and their dates will prob-
Grant, while stationed at, Fort Wayne ably be announced soon.
here in 1849, will occur Friday after- A rehearsal of the -vocal section of
noon. _,' the club will be held at 7 o'clock this,

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evening in the upper reading room of cusslon of plans for the, year inlclud-
the Union. m i gseverl an ces to Ibe given at re.g-
ula inervls evealformer hmem-
f~eferners Mo ld Intial Mefl e(i1 c!r of tho club gave brief talks
Memibers of the Westerners club]
held their initial meeting of the year' Lose someth~ing? A classifiedInir
in Lane hall last night. After a dis- Ohe Daily wi ll 7fl it.-Adv.

Now playingla,"

T'I' EONLY rTHlEAT RE 1 II ICII AN SJ[{)WING
TITRMFEND'-OUS l'R-QDFTVION AT P01' [LAR PRICES

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A Nan 's Flaming Answer to. the
Who Wrole the " Sheik

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Company B, Confederate Ve~rans of Nashilfle, Tenn,
The only confederate organization still under arms is Company B, Confederate veterans of Nashville, Tenn.
cThe aniformed and equipped by tlbe state as a part of the state's defense. This photograph was taken with
thei,, >pon'-ors at the recent Confeder'nf reunion at richmond, Va.

UNIVERSITY FIRST
IN HIGH~Y P[IP,

~Tfs1cf the ofrer of a contreoll rv'

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GETC HEM NOW!!

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Positlon Recognized at Conference:
Engineers' held -at Wash-
ington,

AtRM.Y OFFICERS TO TA1KE
COJ'7IR- E4 IN y.ARI~E
M ichgant's supremnacy in th e fie:.'
of highwtay engineering and highi
transport was recognized at the ie
ond National Conference onHg-w:
Engineering and Highway Transporis'.
held last week in Washington, ac-
cording; to Prof. Arthur H. Blanjchard,
who was the University's official rep-
resntaive atthe co'nvntion.-

i en 'v ~boare(, i pn by tre boa,
of dre'ar~of the ichigan Alumni
assoe("^ion at a meeting held recent-
1 1 T~i - reso!7tion declining the pro-
£ ~ r _A at ftir; vythe directors state.cT
'Iat: Ohe ~ofiatLion was not proper
Iv organized to assume the responsi-
ito' wich would be involved by '
! 7: r acentance. The resolution nev-
ertheless expressed unqualified ap-
;pro,.ah of the plan now under way for
~:ilding studcnt dormitories.
The Dormitories corporation has al--
roady secured large subscriptions for
the erection of these buildings under
a plan which contemplated the trus-
teeship of the Alumni association.

Education Institute Seeks English
Statesmen For Amnerican
-Univiersities
HOPE TO INSTRUCT STUDENTS
IN INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS'
For the purpose of giving the col-
lege student a wider perspective in.
his attitude toward world affairs, the
International Instituto of Education,
of which President Marion L. Burton
is a director, plans to bring a prom-
inent foreign statesman to this coun-;
try as a University lecturer.
The plan as announced Tuesday by,
President Burton would provide for

A varml desert romance that is one long,
breathless thrill. Thc storp of an Evnglish beau ty.
who sought love across the burning sands. Pro-
duced on a rwainificent scale by the moan who
inado "The Slieik. "
The brilliant caost include-s be sides the featured
stars, Loutse lDrc scr, Winter Ilaill, Albert Res-
coo andl other aorts

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CHARLES RAY iN' "THE DU E OF SPADES"'

Reprseta~iesof Harvard, Yale,~ ''F ' W B7RITIS H GOV'T I D
Columbia, and the Massachusetts In- J STo PAY U S t
stitute of 'Technology declared tl-' ". S
their xntiturtions: had not considers(&
it adyisa1)e to establish gradats ' heaneellor Says First Duty Will Be Office
courses in highway transport a-:, Settlement of Debt 9-12;
highway engineering so long s
Michigan wasw so well equipped t2:,(yAscitdPes
meetthedemad. London, Nov. 1.-The new chancel.-
Every promiinent college of en-' fr of the exchequer, Stanley Bald-,
gineering east of the Rocky moue-! win, declared tonight that his first du-
tamus, 144 institutions, sent delegates'ties w ill be to settle the debts to the
to the conference.! United States. He made this an-
Negotiations have been completed nou.ncement at a speech at Cardiff, 01
with the war department whereby two w vhen he alluded also to the necessity
officers of the Highway Transport! of a prompt settlement of the repara-
corps of th-e regular army will -come tons problem.
here shortly, for the purpose of tak-e: Regarding the amount owing_ the
ing graduate courses and conduct- United States, he said, "It is a heav~j
ing investigations in highway tr an.-' debt, but we have told America that
port in,the Engineering school. Thie,- we are respionsible for it to the last
are Major Mark L. Ireland and Cap-. penny, and we are going to pay it."
tain Francis -I. Maslin,, both of whom The chancellor advocated contiu-
have been doing work in this line i , ance of a close co-operation with Brn-
Bo'ston.l tain's wartime allies, France and Ita-' OSS
They will bring with them two ar- ly, and co-operation, as far as pos-
my tru~cks,. one trailer, and one Inc- sible, hand in hand with America.
tor car 'which will be, employed in ---------
some experimnental investigations to
be undertaken by Prof. Walter E. Lay } A REAL GOOD MEAL.
of the automotive engineering depart- jCHOPSUEY STEAKS r
went.- In this he will be assisted by Everything good at
Victr B. Burton, district engineer' of lAn Arbor Chop Suey
the Mchigan State Hfighway depart- 81S.ta-ecn Flo-
ment, 316xSSutte-StatenStreet
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FIVE STVPEINDOVS PROGRAMS

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By World Famous Soloists and Michigan's Greatest Musical Organization

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ORCI ESTRA

OCT. 30-INA BOURSKAYA, Russian Soprano, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowvitsch, Conductor.
NOV. 20--RAOUL V'IDAS, French Violinist, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony {orchestra, 'Victor Kolkir, Conduct-
ing, in a program of popular works.
DEC. 4--ALFREID CORTOT, French Pianist "'A Second. Paderewski" in a piano Recital.
JAN. 1 5-KATHRYN MEISLE, American Contralto, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor K(olar,
Conducting, in 'a program of popular works.
FEB. 1 Y 9-MAUR:ICE DUMESNIL, French Pianist, Soloist with The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowvitsch Conductor.

Good Season Tickets Still Available at $2.00 - $3.00 0 $4.00 - $5.00, at

University School of Music
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary

ETA BOIJRSKAYA

RAOUL VEDAS

ALFRED CORTOT.

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