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GHICAN DAILY

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PHI DELTA KAPPA
INITIATES FRIDAY

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DERJLASSES TO STRUGGLE IN
THREE EVENTS; REINSTATE
PILLOW FIGHT
'reshman and sophomores classes
1 meet for the first time in their
mual struggle for physical suprem-
next Saturday morning on Ferr)
d. According to reports excite-
nt is already running high and both
sses promise a real fight.
'hree games will be used this year
test the ability of the two classes.
these two are already known to-
class of '25 having been used last
. They are the flag rush, and the
tacle race. In the first, the men
'26 will be given three poles about
een feet high, on the top of which
1 be placed their class flags. They
I defend these in any manner that
y see fit against the attacks of the'
homores. All members of bothb
sses will be allowed to participate
this contest. .
'he obstacle race, which will be
second event, will be run by six
1 ten man teams, three from each
ss. Three heats will be run, the
s making the best two being con-
Bred the winner. The races will
;un on a circular track on which
I be placed two 10-foot barriers
I two barrels. All runners must

Phi Delta Kappa, honorary educa-
tional fraternity, will hold initiation
ceremonies here next Friday, at whic 1,
Dean V. A. C. Henmon, of the school
of education at the university of Wis-
consin, wifl be the chief speaker. His
subject will be "Limitations of Edu-
cational Tests."
Dr. Charles S. Berry has been in-
vited to be the principal. speaker at
a similar initiation of Phi Delta Kappa
at Ohio State university. All the chap-.
ters of the fraternity in the country
are initiating at this time.
Prof. J. B. Edmonson, of the educa-j
tional faculty, is expected to be the
toastmaster at the local ceremonies.

WIL AWARD CUP FOR
BEST DECORATEDHKOUSE
MOST ORItINAL DECORATIONS
WILL BE JUDGED SATURDAY
MORNING
Both business and University sec-
tions of Ann Arbor will be decorated
with the Michigan colors next Sat

the decorations. 2 The ingenuity and
talent displayed in making use of the
decorative possibilities of the house.
The fact that it is the decorations that
count, and not the natural beauty of
the house, should be constantly kept
in mind. 3. Originality and unity ofI
design. 4. ,Neatness of the, yard and
surrounding street.
W. S. Stevens '97M.
D i e s In Cicago

TURK SAYS RECOGNITION
ONLY ASKED BY COUFTRY
(Continued from Page One)
commanders in Constantinople to co-
operate in any emergency, would re-
move anxiety, it is contended, andl
guarantee stability during the discus-I
sions with the Turks at Lausanne.
Without such complete co-operation it
is argued the conference had better
not be held.
The British government is insisting
on some sort of consultation with the
other allies, either through personal
talks, or, failing that, by mieans of
notes, in order to learn exactly where
Great Britain stands before she enters
the conference.
EFFINGEM". SAYS JUTNIOR
("OlLEGES ARV VALUABLE.

NOTED CRIMINOLOGIST
TO SPEAK HERE TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One)
service work and made many friends'
here. Due to the fact that he was head
of all secret service work in England.
it is said that there were few offi-#
cial secrets that were not known to
him. In recognition of his efforts he
received the honor of knighthood and
was awarded the decorations as Com-
mander of the Crown of Italy, the Or-
der of Leopold of Belgium, and the
Sacred Treasure of Japan.

HARVARD FORCED TO LIMIT
SUPPLY OF STUDENT TICKETS
Cambridge, Nov. 13.-The Harvard
Athletic association announced last
night a complete list of university ap-
plications for the Yale game has
shown that in order to make the nec-
essary cut of 5,400 applicants from
three seats to two, it will be necessary
not only to cut all such graduate ap-
pilications, but also about 50 percent
cf the undergraduate applications.
Mictiigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

urday if plans of the Student coun- Word was received yesterday, of the
cil and the' Ann Arbor Chamber ofI death of Dr. Willard Stiles Stevens,.
Commerce are carried out. The coun- '97M, of Iron River, Mich., at 8:30 0'-
cil is offering a cup for the frater; clock at the Presbyterian Hospital in
nity, sorority, league house, dorMn-
tory, or other houses where students Chicago, Monday morning, Nov' 6.
live, which is judged to have the best Death was due to stomach. trouble.

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Seniior Lit Class Meets 22, decoration. The. stores will also ie,
judged to determine which is the best.
Wednesday, .Nov. 22, is the date, an- The rules for. competing for the
nounced for the next meeting of the :cup were announced. by. the council{
senior literary class by Robert D. Gib- committee yesterday. They are a:
son, '23, president. of the class. This follows:
date was. decided upon at a meeting 1.. All fraternity, sorority, or
of the president with the various class league houses are eligible as well as.
committee chairmen which was held dormitories and . other houses where
at the Union yesterday, afternoon. Tie students are living. 2. The decora-
chairman of the social' comnittee will tions must 'be designed, painted, onl
have a report of ,especial interest. tC constructed by students who are mem
make at the next general meeting of bers residents or pledges of the
the class and a number of other re- house. 3.. The. maize and blue of
ports will also be heard. Michigan and. the red and white of
1-Wisconsif should. be given equal
Dean Henry X. Bates Leaves For East 'prominence, or- as nearly so as thek
Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law decorative qualities of the situatiorq.
School leaves today for New York allows. 4. JudgIng will begin at
where he will view the final plans for 9:30 Saturday morning; all decora-l
the new Lawyers Club.. He expects tions should be completed by that
to return Thursday or Friday of this time. 5. Those who desire their
week. house entered in this contest must
leave or mail their street address tq
Try a "Daily" liner if you want to the Student council office .in. Univer-
get real results.-Adv. sity hall, on or before tomorrow. This
is absolutely necessary. 6. The offi-
cial maize and blue colors are pre-1
SLEEP ANYWERE, BUT ferred.
Sx, The judges will be instructed- to ob-
- serve the following points in award-
I THE CLUB LUNCH ing the prize:P ArtisticVCharmony o
712 Arbor Street
Near. State and Packard Streets

Dr. Stevens was first stricken in Crys-
tal' Falls, MIch.', while attending a

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conference of railroad doctors.He (Coninued from, Page One.)
was immediately taken to the Chicago enrollment of these junior colleges
hospital. where he remained for two during thepreceding year entered the
weeks before he-succumbed, literary college of. the University. In
Dr. Stevens has led an active life the Engineering college, while no ab-
in the pursuit, of his protession, har- solute record was kept, it was estimat-
ing practiced in Norway and CrystaI ed by Prof. G. W. Patterson, assistant
Falls, Mich., and finally mpving tcy( dean, that more than 40 students had
Iron River. He has busied himself in been 'admitted to advance, standing
various civic affairs, becoming city ( from junior colleges of the state.
health officer and' local railroad doe) President Marion L. Burton, in a
tor, which duties he performed for statement to the Grand Rapids Jun-
many years. The Doctor was 50 years ior college said. "The junior college
of age at the time if his death. Sur.- movement is here too stay. With the
viving, him are his wife, Mrs. Willard I rapidly . increasing numbers of stu-
Stiles Stevens and an eight. year old dents who desire training beyond the
child. high school, the junior college is
almost a necessity. Opportunities for
Have YOU signed your LEAGUE junior college work near home will
pledge?-Adv. result in even larger numbers going
in for a full college course. It has
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. taken us a long time to discover that
different types of institutions must be
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THE THE
SIN. FLOOD SIN FLOD
GIS COMING
r[HIIrRSDAI - SATIURDAY
jACK LP O~1oNsf
SOFLchi
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through the barrels and over the
riers. Inability .to negotiate these,
tacles will mean forfeiture of the
e.
ARSITY ENTER"? AINED;
Vlembers of the Varsity . football;
ad were yesterday noon entertained
luncheon at the city Chamber of
nmcrce by the members of ",e i-
ais club. Coach Yost gave a short1
k: on clean athletics. During the
sting the Kiwanis club passed a res-
tion pledgi.ng to discourage betting
football games, it is expected that ,
otber, commercial clubs of the city
help to support 'this resolution.
CARSON, '1-3L, TO SPEAK
BEFORE COSMO(OLITAN CLUB

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A PROFITABLE
CONNECTION
FOR
BOOKLOVERS

students. The vital thing is not the
growth of this or that college, but the
actual opportunities offered to Ameri-
can boys or girls."

SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
GUY WQOLFOLK & CO'
36 outh State Street
Ann Arbor, Michigan

alph Carson, '23L, will be the
iker at the second meeting of the
r of the Cosmopoiltan club, to 'be.
1 at 7:30 o'clock-Thursday in Wes-
hall. Carson will talk of his life
)xford, touching on poinlts which.
uld be- of especial interest to for-
. students, who are, urged to attend
meeting, whether they are mem
of .the club or not

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discussed- for a so-4
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courteous and Quick 'Taxi servie.
. Huron St. Taxi- 445.-Adv.
_Ot. something for sale? A "Daily"1
Lsified ad will sell it for you--Adv.
SHU SERT Nigh's 60-7541.00
1 CH M N PP.Mas.Tur,"Thr.
osite Cadifac Hotsl Main 7790
HE BONSTELLE CO.
In Paul Kesler's Romiantc Comedy
VIIHEN RNIGHTHOOD
WAS IN FLOWER"
ARR I( 14. to$.
- at- At. 50c to $Z.oo
TheSelwyns Present
hn Drew-Mrs. Leslie Carter.
in W, Somaerset Magham's Comedy
"THE CIRCLE"
With Ernest Lwford. Clara :Moores
Jerome Patrick and Robert Rendel
DR. W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PIIYSICIAN
616 First Nat'1 Bk. Bldg,
Office Hours Phone
912; 1:30-5 821-F1

KODAK
At the house party
with the ever obliging
saxophone player in-tune
with the infinite but with
nothing nearer home=
there's a picture. It tells.
a story-just whats you
want for your scrap
book.
Drop in and we'll
show you how interest-
ing and easy it is to make
sharp, brilliant story-tell-
ing pictures the Kodak
way.
We have all the Kodak
models at our Kodak
counter-and all the
Eastman supplies.

never another,
tunny to.buy
prices.

oppor-
at our

e have bulbs, tires, name
plates, bumpers, spot lights,
hot shot batteries; ignition
parts, etc.
RI C$sHARDSte.
AUTO NEOESSITIES
200 East- Huron, Street

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The Publishing House of
Boni.&' Liveright desires
to get in touch, with a
number of college men
who are booklovers.
These men will be.given an
opportunity to earn sub-
stantial sums of money.
representing a very fas-
cinating proposition en-
tailing a minimum of
work.
Please write immediately
to
BONI & IVERIGHT
ATT. R. L. S.
Mi: West 40th Street
NEW YORK CITY

409 EAST JEFFERSON ST.

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-utograpiic Kodak s
$6.So up

Lyndon & Company
719 N. UNIVERSITYr

To the man who makes
Michigan's first touch-.
down Saturday we.
will present a pa irof
our finest Shoes or
Oxfords

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iour Welcome Will Be Warm
if you bring Brunswick Records
Every hostess appreciates the
gift of a record chosen to
s'h.it her. musical, taste. And
whether she be debutante or
grandmother, her taste can
be suited perfectly.
Brunswick Super-Feature
Records afford delightful va-
riety. Here are several to
choose from:
-- Record No. 232 1-715c -
Cicago

The INGEI
DOLLAR.
Length $1.a
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ring.orchi
ribbon..
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the tip.
2Uses leads abou~
length.
3' Point presses it
whzen not in. use
'rour stationery or
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Oriole Terrace Orchestra
- Record No. 2315-75c -
Blue

See the special Fyfe
disp lay at Arthur
F. Mlarquard 's tai-
lor shop, 6o& Last
Liberty

invention which meets the exacting require-
ege use. Simplified to overcome clogging
.nd tedious mechanical manipulation.
ically by mass.production methods and sold
make wood pencils a luxury.
suit every need-at prices to suit your purse.
Note these$ Advantages:
ed not to clog at -4 New lead }inserted in-twenty
seconds.
at double ordinary - 5 Lead turns both in and out.

Hauntinig Blues

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Photographer to Michigan Students
Established 1887

Bennie Krueger's Orchestra
-- Record No. 2316-75c
I'll Build a Stiray to
Paradise

Truly.

Mr. H. C. Mack is in charge

Carl Fenton's Orchestra

Women were first permitted to attend the University
in 1869..

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Phono Shops
TWO-STORES
110 East Washington Street
PRONE 3060
Nickels Arcade, Over Post Office
PRONE 3000

n for protection.
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6 Holder can accommodate fifteen,
extra leads, equal in writingser.
vice to fifteen wood pencils.

For Michiganensian. I
Pictures
Phone 598
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ro leads - roc
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