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THE MICHIGAN .DAILY

Studeits Will Show niversity Pohins
of Interst to Vs-
htrs l
NE'W SYSTEM TO BE PUT' INTo
OPERATiON IN iNEAR FUTURE
A campus guide system by which
visitors may be shown over the cam-
wis by student guides employed by the
University for this purpose, and which
will be under the direction of Robert
Q. Angell, assistant to the Dean of
,tudents, has been initiated and will
go into complete operation as soon
as possible.
In accordance with the new system,
a. student guide may be secured from
9 o'clock in the morning until 4:30
in theyafternoon on any day, exceP
Sunday, at Dean Bursley's office in
room number two of University hall.
This guide may be secured by a visit
to the office or by phone, and will be
able to explain the significance of the
points of interest of the University.
Guides. ,will be paid 25 cents an
hour, and will be allowed the privilege
of studying while not engaged in con-
ducting visitors about -the campus.
Students are wanted to work from
10 to 11 o'clock on Tuesday, Thurs-
day, and Friday, and from 11 to 12
o'clock on Monday, Tuesday and
Thursday.
The high points of interest on
which the guides will be versed will
be the building program, the faculty,
the regents, the deans, and the gen-
eral history of the University.
FLOWER SHOW CLOSES
WITH RECORDCROW
PRO1CEE1S 4W BARIJOUR GYM
EVENT DONATED '0O
LEAGUE
With a record crowd in attendance
the Flower show held Friday and yes-
terday in Barbour gymnasium in con-
nection with the fourth annual con-
vention of the Michigan State Flor-
ists' society and the district Tele-
graph Delivery association, closed
yesterday afternoon.
The gymnasium was literally con-
verted into a conservatory of flow-
ers and plants which came as exhib-
its from florists in Michigan, and
neighboring states as well as from
Canada. By far the largest display
was the showing of all kinds of pot-
ted chrysanthemums and other
plants by the Botanical gardens dis-
play which took up the entire space
along the east end of the gyminasiumn.
nther contributions included a nui-
ber of varieties of roses, carnations
ind other cut flowers as well as a
display of orchids from the Dale es-
Late at Brampton, Ont.
While the Flower show was a part
of the convention, the Women's
League was the principal beneficiary.
Proceeds from the receipts were do-
aated entrely to the League as well
as the returns from th.e Dutch tea
room which was operated at the
F'lowr show by memlibers of.Aplpa
Ph.
Sign your LEIAGUE pledge tomor-
row.-Adv.

New Jersey Picks TEN STUDENTS RETAIN
Wet For Governer
DEBATE SQUAD PLCESI

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MEN FOR VARSITY TEAMS WILL
BE CHOSEN SATURDAY
jMORNING

Selected from Alpha Nu, and Ad -
.(. .. . phi House of Representatives debat-
ing societies and independent try-
outs, the 10 .members of the Varsity
debating squad who will compete in
.:.. the final tryouts next Saturday morn-
-......ing were chosen yesterday from 18
previously chosen debaters.
Six representatives had been chos-
en from each group, and of these 10
still are in the race for the final elec-
tion to the team. These are M. H.
Specter, '25; R. A. McFarland, '23;
D. J. Sedar, '24; L. J. Glasgow, '25;
Judge George S. Silzer C. E. Hodgman, '24; T. J. Donahue,
In addition to electing Gov. Edward '23; D. o. Cook, "4; K. F. Clardy,
I. Edwards, an avowed wet, to the.
senate New Jersey voters elected an- 4J. K. Dunn, '24; F. H. Backstrom,

Work of Roerich
Biza are In Color
Nicholas Roerich's paintings, which
are now on exhibition in Alumni Me.,
morial Hall, offer a rarely encounter,
ed opportunity of seeing a collection
of works whose disturbing colors and
bizarre tones produce the effect of an
opium-created world.
"The Song of the Waterfall" iml
pressed me more than any of the oth-j
er paintings exhibited. A halfbnude
young girl with long, arched eyebrows
and distenled hip line is standing
with a lily in her hand near a water-
fall whose waters are a sick and sin-
ister yellow-green. It is not merely
scenery painted in weird colors bl)ut
producing no vital effect of truth or
beauty, as are some of Roerich's paint-i
ings. One feels a. Conception here:
the artist has projected upon canvas
something of the intensity of life.
"Ecstasy" is powerful, heavy, lum7
Bering, Bolshevistic. A gaunt, nude,
skeleton-like old man, whose beard
reaches /to his knees, is standing
among huge rocks that tower above
him. His life-consumed eyes are turn-

ed towards what?-The 'dawn prob-I
ably.
One of the first things attracting
the attention upon entering the ex,
hibit is Roerich's "Sons. of Heaven,','
.a painting in marvelous tones of
green and heliotrope-a heliotrope
that is so divine that Aphrodite would
have reveled in it and ,white armed
Helen" would have draped herself in
'a cloak of its hue. If ever I amn pre,
sented with a straight jacket, I shall
insist upon its being lined in that#
shade of heliotrope and filled with thef
snows of those sub-arctic "moon
landscapes" whose beauty Roerich has
perpetuated. -L. H.
DISSUADES OTHERS; SISTER
OF MACSWEENEY STILL FASTS
Dublin, Nov. 11.-Mrs. O'Rahilly and
three other women prisoners who
have gone on hunger strike took food
today. One of them having collapsed
Miss McSweeney urged the women not
to continue ther strike. She, how-
ever, refused to accept food. Today
was the eighth day of her fast.
25c rate for students. 445 Huron St.
Taxt.-Adv.

Wilson Speaks His remarks cosumed about five
minutes. They were his first on pub-
e0 oIlic questions since 'he was. stricken
-, ;ith ilnessilness on his western trip three
.!ycar's agc.
Washington, Nov. 11.-Woodrow I The appearance of Mr. Wilson, who
Wilson today told a hot of friends was assisted to the portico by a no-
and admirers, who made an Armistice lng servant, , wasr tfhe a o p. T
Day visit today, that world peace *ar-time president responded with \a
could be brought about only by "ac- smile and raised his conventional silk
tive co-operation for justice," and hay.
"not by amicable phrases." "America
has always stood for justice," he de- Place 'your engraving and emboss-
claret. ing stationery orders with O. D. Mor-
The former president spoke from rill, 17 Nickels Arcade, and save that
the portico of his S street residence. eleventh hour rush.-Adv.
A GOOD HOBBY r
Make riding your hobby. There is no hobby so benefi-
cial, nor so pleasant. And through our cash coupon plan
it is so economical that you cannot afford to be without
its benefits.
THE MULLISON STABLES
326 EAST ANN STREET I'IIQE 87

otler, Judge George. I. Silzer, to suc-
ceed Edwards as governor.

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Six minute speeches were given on
any phase of the question that will
be used in the Central League tri-
apgular debate with Chicago and
Northwestern. on Jan. 18; "Resolved,
'That the United States should adopt;
the British system of unemployment
insurance." Previous to trying out
each individual was required to hand
in a brief of one side of the questionf
to Prof. R. K. Immel, of the public
speaking department.
Final tryouts for the affirmative and
negative teams, composed !f ;three
each, will be held at 8 o'clock next
Saturday morning in room 302 Ma-
son hall. Speakers will be required
to present seven minute constructive
speeches and will be allowed five min-
utes for rebuttals. The same side'
of the question as in yesterday's.,try-
outs must be .taken.

The next session of the program of
the Religious Institute under the aus-
pices of the Student Christian asso-
ication, will be held at 7 o'clock on
Tuesday evening in Lane hall:
The meeting will be opened by
George Oscar Bowen of the School
of Music who will lead the large dis-
cussion at 7:15 o'clock. These three
groups will be headed by Prof. Le-
roy Waterman of the Semetics de-
partment, Prof. C. O. Days of the sec-I
ondary education department, andj
Prof. Joln E. Kirkpatrick of politi-
cal science department.
The first class period will end at
8 o'clock, the second period begin
fning at this time in which three oth-
er men will assume direction of the
disbanded groups. The second per-
iod discussion leaders are: Prof. J.+
R. Brumm of the department of
journalism, Prof. R. D. T. Hollister'
of the department of public speak-
ing, and Thomas M. Iden, of the Stu-
dent Christian association.
Sign your LEAGUE pledge tonior-
row.-Adv.

ONE WEEK COMMENCING
ONLYEE ElTONIGHT
ONLY DETROiT SUN., NOV. 12,
The Sel'ygns Present
M JOHN DREW'M
MRS. LESLIE CARTER
in
W. Somerset Maugham's Comedy
"'THE CIRCLE"
with
Ernest Lawford Clara Moore
Jerome Patrick Robert Rendel
"If they -don't go to "One oftthe ten best
'The Circle' they won't plays of 1921-1922." -
go to anything." --Burns Mantle,
-N. Y. Times. N. Y. Mail.
"There Is only one "This worldly come-
John Drew and never dy is exquisite enter
another Leslie Carter." tainment."
-Amy Leslie. -Ashton Stevens.
PRICES
Nights Wed. Mat. Sat. Mat.
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SHUBERT WEEK BEGINNING
TOMORROW
I'CIG. (ONDAY) NO .
OPPQSITE CADILLAC IIOTEL PHONE MAIN 7790
ITonightT E STICE
THE
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In Paul Kester's Brilliant Romantic Comedy
Wa ',In Fower
See Mary Tudor, Charles Brandon and the Famouis liistorleal
and Romantic Characters in Flesh and Blood-and-Rear Them
Nights 59-75c-$1., Mats. TE1D UR DAY 25-40
Each Attraction Begins on Mond1ay and Closes owi Sunday Night.

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ORGANIZATIONS NOTICE 1
In, order that The Michigan
Daily may properly handle all
news relating to sectional clubs,
all such organizations are re-
quested to send in to the city
desk a complete list of all offi-
cers, their names, addresses, and
telephone numbers. The Daily
would also appreciate a state-
ment of each club's purposes
and aims.
By keeping its files complete
The Daily will be able, by means
of adequate publicity, to assist
the clubs in securing better at-
tendance. at their meetings.

ILost Something? Let a "Dily" clas fy ls ordg al lsi
ified ad find it for you-Adv. fled ad will find it for you.-Adv.
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