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_____________ TH!E MI-CM N -DAILY_ _ _ _ _ _

RD1DATES PRlEP it r a2 tremer MERRIAM TO TALK
FORB TAU BETA P!' At Ho el Savofa TO*MORROW NIGHT

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AT Till TIJATERS
Scree--'Toy
Arcade-Wallape° Reid in "Clar-
ence;" and ,Buster Keaton in
"The Paleface."
Majestic- "White Shoulders,"I
with X-Aberine MacDonai1.
and 12ryapt . Wa.lbbutu; and

amlntltons Tomorrow
Night
SATU"AY TO BIE DATE SET j
FOR INITIATION CVER E3IONY
Seventeen men will take txie cus-,
tomnary examination tomorrow night!
to test their fitness 'to become mem-
hers of Tau Beta Pi, national honor-
ary engineering fraternity, in the an-
nual fall initiation which wi'I be R I
event of. Saturday afternoon. At this;
time the fraternity 'will also initiate!
President Marion L. Burton, as an
honorary member, Howard E. Coffin,I
'03E, of Detroit, formerly announiced
as a candidate for honorary wemuber-
ship, will not be able to attend the in-
itiation ceremonies and ll be taken;
int o the organization in January. f
At the pre-initiation banquet held
at the Union 'Tuesday evening, more
than 60 members of. the society wer3
ini *ttendance, including 25 faculty
mnembers. Prof. A. HT. White, head of
the chemical Fngineering department
gave the opening address on the pro-
gram. Depan George W. Patterson. of
the engineering college, then intro-
duced Pres'dent Burton who gave a
short; talk,. Lee 0. Case, grad., closed
the program with a message, from the
d uimni members.

IPresiTdt'nt of
Speakiil

in A. S. Anditer-
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Dr. .John C. Merriamx, Iresident of
the Carnegie institute of Washingtoh j
and a leading Amer~can paleontologic~
will d liver a lecture at 8 &'c cck to-
=Morroww e-.en i ng in Natural scilencc
auditorium on the subject, "Aire the
D) ys of Creation Ended ?"
Dr. Merriam is the brother of Dr{
(Cha rles Ed warid Merriam, professor
of political science at, the (Iniversity
of Chieago, one of the leading author-
!ties in his field. D r. .John C . iMum'-
rini who is to S,:eak here received
his earlier degree frontsLenox ( 'ollege
_n Iowa, but later was awm ~rded in
1393 a Ph. D. from the University or
Munich, and an Sc. 1). fromx Columbi4.
university' dur'ing 1991. From 13$94 tC
1920 1e1E o:e friomU the rank of instruc-
tor cf Ipaleontology and historical
geology to tihe professorship) in the
University' Of (alfom'n~a. In 1919 lDr.,
it: M' iiafli was5ni, (de chairm an of the
National Rlesearch Council and has
b~een president of the Carnegie Insti-
tute of Washington1 since 1921. H-e is
the' author of many ' apers; on fossi'
rep~tiles and fossul mammlals of Wes,-
er~n North Anivrica and on the general{
historical g'eology of the Pacific Coast
region.
The lecture has b~een arranged1 with
r-the cooperation of Sigma Xi. The
i' PilblO is invitedi to attendl.

4rpheaam --- F.l
'BringJIllm la,;"
niews.

Williarnmsin
eComk dy and

BLMES UNREST ON SENTE;
"ger" Lays All European Tronble-'
tit Door of U~. S.
New York, Nov. 22.--Georges Cleui-
enceau tonight laid at the door of
the United States Senate blrame for all
the unrest in which Europe note
se-etbes. Speaking before his second
New York audience, an audicnce o.'
bu .iness men at the Chamber of Comn-
merce of the state of New York, the,
aged French war premier declare~d
that America had left Frauce "in the
! lurch" after the war. "It was a great
mistake to leave without any propos-
al or an adjustment of matters," he
(decU red.
Plan O('hiuge In IRuwiiing
Aladison, Nov. 22.--Sorority rushing"
will undergo a comp lete reversal of
r6Vcy next fall if present plans are
S approved by the faculty and the var~
s ous sororities involved. Rushees
will pay part of the expenses, school
work wi1l not be iimpa red, hasty de,
icislor-% will not be made, and then
shall not be used to aid in rushing
S!under the new system..

sandwich.

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Coney Island Lunch
Ycu don 't hare to walk for that

We deliver

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Wuerth. - Marie Prevost in
'the Married Flaappe-- "" and
lMax lUnder's "'TU62 Three

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Garrick M-etrott) -. "Spice of
1922," a big usical revua.
S11u4flrt " MIChi1gan (Detroit)
--Ponstelle cCenpany in "Call
the IDocto."

Wte ternr s to Give Dance Nov. A

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At tlre third mcei~ng of the Western
(flub in the Michigan Union last night,
it was deflnitely decided that 'a dance
would be given by the club, Saturda
Nov. 25; in thielackard dance halt.

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HILL A UDITORtIUM
ELECTRI CAL
SCOREBOARD
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D~ean Bates T"ells Fais
Inttercst.'ng .F~acts m 1a; victor Ir, nu eI, 01' Italy, rE
Concerning Sharp, mil ad l formal visit oIrli
Rrn t . rg-Ie roniio. i x'th, his sed

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--An nteresting fact fhas been brought
out in the death of W'P. G. Sharp, for-
mer, ambassador to France, by Dean
Henry X. Bates, of the Law school.
ShortlIy before the death of Mr.
Sharp, Dean Bates wrote the formr.'
ambaissador asking him to recoin-
mend some American lawyer ins Paris
w'o would help Librarian W. W.
5,b 1rp' determpine whetl'e the tit'e I(
a' library which Mr. Bishop is now in
France to purchase is clear.!
lor, ° several years past, Mr. Sharp
has had tn active interest in Univer-;
sity. affairs, -according to thed Dean.
Conisequently; in spite' of being too ill
to'write !a, letter himself, he dictated
an' answer to his son two days be-
fore' big death. The son is William
Graves Sh~arp, Jr., who graduated
from thze:literary college here. last
year,
lean, bates tells of an incident
which occured' in Ann Arbor when
Mr: Sharp, Otto H. Kahn, and several
other notables were dining at his'
homne. "At that time," Dean PBates
said -yesterday, ."41rK4 hr made th,
statement to me that Mri. Sharp was
as useful if not more useful f~ma~ any
other minister during the war, and he
declared that the ambassador worked
without seekingr the limelight and
never asking for credit or applause."
Need Clothes For Near Faist Relief
Men and women, having any. dis-
card ed clothes,, will have an oppor-
tunity. to put them to 'good use. A
campaign is on to gather old clothes
for the. Near. "East Relief "in, Greece.1
One' needs only to, phone, 967 and
someone will 'call, for the contribu-;
tions. Anyth'ingm that can possibly
be, worn wil .beused.

t~ary greetedi the ruler on the stel
Of. tle 1hotel.

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herior EIso Bancupt Tiojnig3kt
Senior educational students will
have a b~anquet at 6 o'clock in room
.21 Union. Prof. 1Frayer and Prof,
Clifford Woolly will Speak.

M'ethoists to lRam mtiet, rt'omorrow,
M\ethodist studeints plan t a,.=
nual Weseyan Cuild ba~nfo 4; C
clock tomorr'iow rii'gi tt d Wasl'N ia'
Ir. A. E. Day 'f atfin, t' , 11 "sec,
secured as 1rpei; k e.' fo r f hor !;P),
Tickets can be piooutter c . IL , i .L
odist chiurch, at Wesley nail, or from
gu~id inemnbirs.

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)Rt. V. S, MILLS
Offle'e II'irzs Phone-

Thanksgiving is Drawing Near
It is now time °to begin planning your
Thanksgivng Dinner, that
"B est of All Dinners."
Your first choice is undoubtedly Poultry.
Let us suggest that you order early from our
- exceptional line of''
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DUCK,'lS'
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SHIRTS
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and in your favorite fab-
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Silks,. poplins, madras-
an exceptionally fine'
display focr youto select
from. T hey're3 made, wellU
and they look good.

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Senir L11,('hio t udeimt ('onwilors
Burton [+. Dmilop andl Edward
Lambreclit were elected to represent
the senior' class ini the Student coun-
cil for the remainder of time year at
a class mneeting held yesterday after-
noon in' Natu r al Science auditorium.

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