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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-02

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I r'IT7 -FL Q ' L'A 1' TDL'1 ~~f' ~r A1T M oo e ~body. are: Rhobert Townsend, 33E,
I ~.IJ171U,.Z~I2J C1 LII&12J LJ~J L11L~..~ ~~ro ramand Henry Morton, 23E. Other bs-
U L E Wih U ual chtica S if twied o pansfor class athletics.
ULLETIN ~False Sport Otccuplo4 Chief Piace the capus Friday The nbrVIih (J u lT c ni a kl nestasctda.hsmeigpr
e to all members of in Issue Out T OxnrrowVIeoe agl oteMcia a
1:3 a.rincaturda.) s Y tasofpsl ndp cad Earl V. Moore gave his usual cX- i nin and are not deficient in Intel-,
generalrUWthfotal sis iflil ft contains stories and poetry relating eent program of organ muic a .t1(lecual quality.
lureandwit at ide an striesof o temthe w C li Reital estrda af~ TIhe soft flowing melody of lucks
gnrlcmu te tteNvn* The cover design, by Hunter G. g lair from "Orpheus and Eurydice" wa:
ber issue of Chimes, campus opinion Griffith, an alumnus of the class of ternoon before an audience that fail - delicately rendered The rushing j I#
be held in the Presi- monthly, will be laced on sale on ' _V21, is an original painting for the! ed to fill half the seats in the main wind of the smaller pipes and the dis-
F. E. BOBBINS.; cover. It s a reproduction of Harry floor of Hill auditorium. Wheth er or tant swell of the simple theme were;
9La e fFa it Kipke, '24, carrying the all. no'htadec ersne ~ at least in harmony with the patr
ts: Cho en renFreitere withe nP laulioebl is an whole music enthusiasm of Ann Ar- al story and composed on the whole
nearvedasitheitaul ee,'23E,,by bor is immaterial, as tho e lresent 'itrsigpiee
Building as revised and 7- John L. Stephens, '24. Used as an i could, appreciate the skill with which!Th Chant de lBonher of Leare tf:011u
f Professor Shepard by in I attan, A cgI Z"t'" lustration of the article, the frotis- cmoiin fn oeta sa was a mellow composition, far from .1
piece is also of Goebel. It combin
)H-N R. lEFFINGER. apoorp ihadaigb .depth were interpreted, omelinyad'f+itlemuicl on
gb W. By far the most intellectual and tent..L..
H. Jacobs, '26. rich in melodic content was the lastIE
"Our Conference Gaime With Ohio number on the program, ..Symphony 'tti,Ilvrtis P.1n1Dance I'-"
arrre oatn°te.Sae yLncl .Cre, '3 No. ", by Widor. From the staccato() 1l is were made at m reeting of1 ~ 3j
iyeeig Nv ,a brings back memories of the recent chords and intricate rythmis of the al-i the Pensylvana club last night for!"
~HR UDO, .struggle wth the Buckeyes. Used in legro movement it passed through the a s eil meeting to he held 'Turcday;"
lIEt GIrdateClu co nnection with the article are a ser- rich swelling melodies, with an un ° evening, ov. ). Special i vitatios
ies of photographs of the dedication dercurrent of minors, of the aidante';arc to 1w riailed t club members and
othe 'Ohio stadium and of features; to the brilliant cadenzas alteriai l ohrTnnyvnin.TeEups
Iof the game. with more gentle ripples of the star- f the mtng is to give all student;
G436, Natural Science ~--.Rltn ops itr sa it-Cato movement. And at no time d0 ! framn Pennslvnia an opportunity to
cle which telof.Yost h eo Mr. Moore fail in omupale-e control of become acuainted with the club, andl
ng,". by Professor C. W. ^tackle.", In an interview with one his instrument, to mnake fninl arrangements for a
:>.. a ; ;;:;:<of the former classmates of Michi The concert overture by Matland d12!nce, which the club is lplannifng top
'::::'::: ":,. gans coach, Leo Hershidorfer, 23. opening the program, was marked by have Dec. 2.
L.M OK ..'tells of the days when the coach went tremendous chords i h oer-~-- -------- --
S:.5. to college and played football as he style, rich in harmony andl skillfully 1'1 'tae6 I det 'oauiir
. hsoat! tdet $oiiant directs it now. The present football composed. Such pieces, taken wihi the Two delegates to the Stdent con-
1S S A E1sitatonis also discussed in "The other two on the program, shOV cil were chosen at the meeting of the:
Climax of a Three Years' ,Campaign" clearly that our newer composers snior engineering class yesterday aft-
'I1S ST9T by Frank MPike,, '23, sport editor of have begun to appreciate the )osl- ernoson. The mren who will represent n r ©
The Diy bilities of the organ as a distot.Incm- ther class on the student governing
"The Noble" by Lawrence Conrad ---TC T~R parn
S RA BO M'23, receives prominent place in, the SHI71IJJl and
STRI L BOOM ~number. The story received third jadSie
prize in the short story contest re- CleTUDnNd
Iffchian ~laufatuers Getlyconuced y Cime. Te If IR0 T MET TAX ATCend
tion SeesiHugo Out- Benito Xussolini fourth prize story from the same con- and {CCl
put for 1923 test is also published for the first
--"NTi)R E BE T time. It is by Ruth Lechlitner, '23, SAISATIN4U5NTE
RECASTS SERIOUS \T R E B E T and is entitled "Fulfillment". "Some- D A T 0 R N I G0II T
SHORTAGE NEXT YEAR TO FRIENDLY NOTE body's Daughters", a story of "flap- 5cW 625 E. Liberty
____pers and co-eds", by Wallace Elliot 2 C 2 7 N. Main
Associated Press). '23, is also used.
A. 31.-Michigan in 1923 New York, Nov. 1.-Herbert C Writing on the subject of "Wash-
ice the greatest industrial Drescher, an attorney, has written ington a World Center", Dr. Hubert
of its history, a period M9,yor Hlylan vocing his strong ob- Work, postmaster general and Mich-
cturers will be faced with jectdop because the mayor sent Mrs. igan alumnus, is the contributor of
ite labor' shortages, when Drescher a campaign letter ending one of the main articles in the Novem- 19230,11 M
,f the, mills and factories "sincerely yours." ber Chimes. In the article Dr. Work
ill be double that of 1917, "Replying to your letter to cop' urges students to "get acquaintedonI
ies will add to their per[ wife," Drescher wrote, "allow me to with the political history of the cou- "A'
nations by the thousands. record my strongest objection to your try". Some unusual photographs of 'v wMCI ACLI
used On Survey sincerely yours' ending closing. Such Washington are used as illustrations.
e prediction of John L.Tjcinsaemd ecueo h "He Stoops to Conquer" is a poemB ST VE . 7 .
ger f te Mchian an-fact that my wife is a married woman. that occupies two pages and is de-
ssociation, made to the whom, I am informed, has never been voted entirely to football. Lisle Rose,
ress following a compre- ntroduced formally or otherwise, tel '25, is the author. Following the sta-S'
y of the state's industrial your honor. tus previously laid down by Chimes,"
his time. "Hence a letter written even by the, an exchange story is published, thisO KTE
'AHRwill take the lead among mayor of this city to a lady who is months being from the Massachusetts l;MA TO
s next year in the Indus- not even an acquaintance should not Institute of Technology. The point
s in this direction would along' that 'sincerely yours' line pre- its campus activities is explained.
"boom", days during and yeding your signature."
after the war. .Rep. Keley In Washington
t Shiortag'e Feared, Water Again Flows in lioomngI m, Detroit, Nov. 1.-Congressman Pat-
in Michigan not only is on Bloomington, Ind., Nov. .-WiLiI' rick H1. Kelley is ill in his Washington u 5M W"1h
but it is, going up so fast the gush of water into city mains apartment, according to information ~/~
turers generally soon will early this morning came the sound of received from the capital today. While t7960} IA ASYOU C,0
'ace with, a serious labor scrub brushes and mops in Blooming- his condition is not considered seni-
re manager declared, ton homes. "Cleanup Day" is tho ou s, it has kept him confined to his
s for these predictions is watejhword of many housewives! home most of the time since his re-
in' which industry in the Enough water has accumulated at turn from the Michigan primaries inPi t r s a o t he C mu -
dlvanced during the last Leonard Springs reservoir to last un- which he was an unsuccessful aspirant0 Pit r s a o t he C m u
fall, and the indications til noon, it is thought. The punips, to the senatorial nomination. It is ex-a
a and ever increasing ac- will be started again about the first pected that he will be unable to fill - o r ca s aesUore a p e
the winter months.", of the week, it was announced by the several speaking engagements in In- yo r ca s ae,/ore a p e
°hairman of the waterworks commit- diana late this week. w t h i n g s m r r s t a
.R'tsST embership iDrive Captains to Meet 1
30ys T T~E®+J + wCow liei'c'Club ,Chaiiges Name Alcaaisotem totkpatyThChmeofCmecofteithLieM brhpdiv whh m lerih e ch
'On~~~amp Post I~nivarsity of Michigan was the name ' the Michigan Union will hold Nov. 7a d I o rc ls
.ebrmfteodCn-1,ad9 ilme a :0ocok f n t e i a e n w aderce club and others interested at a ! this evening in room 302 of the Union.
'ov. 1.-Efforts of Univer- ecorganization meeting held last night C. A. Campbell, '24E, chairman of thy urgen or ea.
gathletic officials to pre- In the Union. lans for the coming i committee in charge of the drive, will "
from seeing the Prince- economics smoker were also discuss- sPeak to the team leaders, explaining
football game by perch- Mlj. Offiers were nominated who are mtter's of organization, and discuss- ritr- aig te K D K w yi ayadejybe o ei n
swindow ledges, or fire .o be voted on at the meeting to be ' ing plans with them. /itr- a+ig teK D K wyi ayadejybe o ei n
ooking the grounds were held next Wednesday night in the Wsigo efasIaow'll shaw yiou.
rudge Ell~er when George Union.Wsigo.DeatIdh
ter, business manager. of I University of Washington defeated
y, asked that a fine be im- Try a "Daily" liner if you want to the Idaho Vandals in the stadium,
)boys who had climbed a et real results.-Adv. I Saturday, 2-0.
of the day was to see the
cost, the court said, and AJEAyrA Lgrn 1905

o fine the adventurous)'I79 N N V R8T
E71 ollen also expressed dis- Something individual
the officials for using a
a. group of men and boys and exclusive, artistic ___________ _____________________________________
redied on I-ull .Memorial. and conservative. Your---
Christmas sentiment ex---f
EEN SOUGH4T pressed in a photograph tGERiG
R 1923 'ENSIAN by T ESITY uDSG E
call for salesmien in the
rthe sale of the 1923
an from Nov. 7 to Nov.
issued by those in charge,_ TbenH makers of Eagle Shirts have
cation. All interested arelitnnino whtyu10otttebsnssfic I
ganensian some time to- tI ( V1 and thousands of other men thruout
sophomores and uippert/ the country like and dislike about
eligible to participate. in sit-itnn o vrffyfv
.Members of the sopho-rIshrslseigfror ityiv;
howing selling ability liii ti'/ years, studying your wants.
verage, however, will be Hl li
usines staffof theMich-ason11why mnrt
)portunity to try out for f/ \\ II IITa' h esnmnrt
Buinsssaf o heMih Eagle Shirts so high-they're made,
ed necessary for students ai to your specifications with their
help in the drive to re-PHTGAHRidvuanoewaes
dichiganensian office i-POORPE in-iida patterns,noewavs
order that satisfactory itfndeclsiefetue
sale may be made.- supro i n xcuiefau..
Let our fall assortment prove it.
v'1et r e g t Ch m inNov. 1.-M icky W alker, TT
N. 7., became the new I on i thHtmeLOTrrng STTESTEE
boxing champion of the No stetm oarne SAESRE
it when he received thefo your Ensian sitting. De-Do nT w
r an Ritnn+1. m4 >7 n nofVlrow T w

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