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THE MICHIGANDI\ ______

!Iuge Rock, Trees, Prominent,
Among old Campus Memorials
Disposition of the memorials' of theI campus in an effort to make it beau
Mass of '69 and '67 and the respect! tiful for the classes that followed.
acorded them by University author- The class, of '72 not to be outdone
ies has brought into prominence the in an effort to make the campus
nemorials left by other classes of beautiful, planted Ivy near the walls
ong ago. ! of the south wing.
Probably the most familiar is the
luge ock t th nortwestcornr ofIE.. CKIIT,"4EALfNX
he diagonal. It was _placed there by Ij . MtAYOR, DIES, AT HOSPITAL
hie class of '62 in February of their --
enior year. Members of the class Dr. Edward E. McKnight,' '94, for-
iscovered it where the old !county I mer mayor of Alpena, Mich., died
ill stood at that time. They excavat- Thursday at the University hospital.
d the rock which weights 7 tons, Dr. McKnight was, born, near Grand
oaded it on a sledge, and had it Rapids, Mich., in 1868. A graduate of
rawen to the University by five teams the Indiana State normal school in
f horses. The stone is. of jasper 1887, he camne to the University of
onglomerate and is considered to be Michigan for a course in medicine.
fine specimen. He practiced medicine in Alpena for
The class of '58 set out trees around the past 25 years.
he famous Tappan oak which stands His widow and one' son, Paul Mc-
ear Tappan hall and the Zoological Knight, and a brother, John Mc-:
iuseum. Their example was follow, Knight,' survive him. The body was!
dI by the class of '71 who also set out taken from Ann 'Arbor to Alpena
rees, but spread them around the, yesterday.
UP INI THE CLOUDS" TO PUSH REPAIRS ON DAM
P~ ~ ~~~SN LA{T HTEYeiif F ork Forces Drainage of Huron Be-
"Up in the Clouds" will be the at- s Repair work is now being pushed
.action Sunday. at the Whitney thea- on the Main street clam of the be-in
r.The guarantee is held forth that troit Edison company power station.
This work has* been delayed fobr sev-
oseph M. Gaites its sponsor, is send-; eral weeks due to the necessity of
g it with the original cast and pro-; making p~rovision at the other powerI
uction exactly as presented during stations for-enough power to warrant i'
e major portion of the past seasonl closing down the Main street station.
tthe Lyric and Forty-fourth street The nature of the wor~k that is be-;
seaters, New. York, and during its ing. done on the darn is such that it
rotracted summer run at the Gar- requires draining the mill race
ick theater, Chicago. Mr. Gaites has., which flows through the power sta-
irned an enviable reputation for re- tion. This has been done by opening
sing to exploit his success outside the flood gates of the darn just below
fNew York, Chicago, Boston and' the Ann Arbor railroad bridge.
hiladelphia with so-called Number The opening of this escape has,
wo, Letter B or "'road" organizations. drained the river bed between the!
rake It From Me," another Gaites' darn and Barton dam, leaving exposed
fering, followed this method and the flat river bed on either side of !
om the response of theatergoers ev-' the narrow channel which remains.!
ywhere proved that Barnuit* was; A temporary dam which is being con-
,r:7 and that the American public structed: at the upper end of the mill
id lli,-,ucer Gaites'.are' right, race will insure a complete drain of
'The company offering "Up in the f the race.
lauds" is unusually popular while-
e scenic environment is on such an S UD NT M Y USE
pulent scale that~ it is rivaled only
y' such spectacles as Ziegfield's "Fol- C A M P U SG U I D E S
es" and the New York Winter Garden-

WH AT'S GOING On
NOTICE--Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
SATURDA Y.
I :40--Varsity bend forms, in front of
Hill auditorium. Uniform, fatigue.
2 :30-Ex-naval andi military academy
men receive scores at Chinese Gar'-
dens.
2:330-("iholic Student club party at
Union.
7 :00-Upper Room Bible class nmeet,
in Lane hall.
7 :00--Ex-naval and military academy
men meet at dinner at Chinese Gar-
dens. $
7 :30-Craftsmn meet at Masouic tem-
ple.
7:45-Newark club meets in room X04,
Union.
5 :00-Chinese Friendly circle meets
downstairs in Wesley hall.
9:00-Round Up club (lance at 'Wash..
t(,na, Country club.
SU 'I)AY
9:15-Professor Tilley's Bible discus-'
sion group at H-arris hall.
9:30--iversity Nenl's Bible class
meets in uipper room,. Lane hall.
9 :30-Cosgregational Students Bible
classes.
12 :00--Collgregational open foram.
12 :00-MFethodist Students'Bible class.
es meet in Wesley hail.'
4 :15-Fa cly Twilight recital in Hill
auditorium.

t{ :00 - pen house f'or all students in
jWesley hail
6 .'O-arrs hall supper and talk by
D. L. ,Quirk.
6 :30-Student ireside chat at Con.
6gregational ec urch.
1:30-Wesleyan 'guild meets in 1Meth-
odist church.
6 :36 Prof. G~. D. Weiner will give a
( series of Thanksgiving readings
at Unitarian church.
17-NOTICES
UniversiAty Miel club, indoor range will
be open from 9-12.
All organizations and ,class treasurers
that have not signed up for space
fin the 1923 Michiganensian' have

Just two days left to do so. Better
call at Press building att once.
There is an exhibition of the paint-1.
ings of Nicolas Roerich, noted Rus-
sian artist, daily in the West Gallery,
of Alumni Memorial hall. This col-b
lection is placed on display under
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art
associatioln.I
All sophomores and upper classmen I
who play musical instruments meet!,
in front of Waterman gymnasium at
9 o'clock Saturday morning. Sopho-
mores are requested to wear toques.

Typewriters, all
eluding -portable.

popular inakes, in-? S. A. _Morl'n, Rtoom 2, In
For' sale or rent. i Univ.--Adv.

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"Martha Ann
Thanksgiving.-
St.-Adv.

Fruit Cakne" for
Tices, 117 So. Main

LAST TIMES TODAYd
ANNA WILL WIN YOUR HEART !

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Examine our newest designs in fine jewelry
This year we are showing one of the finest assortments of Christmas
gifts we have ever had in our store.
Many of these piece represent the finest work of the modern gold-
smith, silversmith and worker in platinum.
In our stock of Gruen Watches you will find creations of the Guild
that ,have won reputation for accuracy and dependability.

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I STATE STREET

HILL ALUlITORIITM
ELECTRICAL'
SCOREBOARD I
NOVEMBER 25TH
f r .

travangzas. University *guides, obtained to show
ED CROSS D I~ Evisitors the points of interest on the
campus and originally established as
APPROA CHES ,GOAL; an accomodation to faculty members
desiring to have their, guests shown:
Memberships. for . the Ann, Arboni the University, are now available for
ed Cross drive now amount to students as well, 'is the announcement'
,875. This does not quite reach coming from the office of the Dean of
st year's record of $2,000, however Students.
ere is still one more day .of the This service, which is rendered free
,mpaign and it is believed'by the off-i of charge, may be had every day dur-
rs of the Annl Arbor chapter thia i ing the school week from 9 to 12 '-'
e $2,Q00 mark will he more than clock in the morning and from 1:30s
stalled. and 5 o'clock ins the afternoon. On!
Students have supported the~ drive' Saturdays guides will be availabl
ll this year and it is reported that! from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning.
ree fraternities subscribed 10,0 per' These men are _iiformed on the his-
at memberships. 1 Tory of the institution, the new build-
3 ing pr ogram, and other features of1
___________________________ this sort, as well as being guides
through the various buildings.
AT THE THEATERS 1I
Scott Addresses Qua dsangles
Scren-Tday 1Xiolssor F." N. Scott spoke before
,Scren oay ytheQuadrangles club at a meeting
--I Thursday night at the home of Prof.;
Arcade-Alice Brady in "Anna A. E. Wood on Forest Ave. His talkI
Ascends; comedy and news j was on the, Pyrenees mountains in!
feature. Spain. !
Majestic - "White Shoulders," Upton Sinclair's sensational boulk
with Katherine MacDonald and I "They Call Me Carpenter", reviewezl
Bryant Washburn; and com- I in The Sunday Magazine for Nov. 20.
edy. } --Adv.j

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'EARLS DAWLEY

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Quality and
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Price's

W'LL HELP YOU
MAKE THAT 9 O'CLOCK

BLU-GOLD LUNCH

P OLLY knows a. won-.'
'derful picture when
she sees one: 'That's wh~y+
she's shouting' for "Anna
Ascends," Alice Brady's. J,
greatest. Nita Naldi, Day- -
id Powell and Robert. E
lis in the cast. Gauat
SPECIAL -- "A TRIP TO PARAMOUNT TOWN"
WYITH A CAST (OF 501 STARS
Rodolph Valentino, Wallace Reid, Thomas Meighan,
Gloria Swanson, Bebe Daniels, and 'many, others.
COMEDY- "THEY SKIPPER'S SERMON"
SUNDAY THRO GH TUESDAY___

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Orpheum-,Franklin Farnuinin
"When East Comes West;"
comedy and news.
Wuerth-Marie Prevost in "The
Married Flapper;". and Max
Li.nder's "The Three Must-Get-
Thei rs."

1<An article on the Turkish 'political
'situation in the Sunday Magazine for
INov. 26.--Adv.
3'MORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
1 Schedule, in Effect -October z8, x922
Central Tbr~e (Slow Time) P
T P.M., A41. P.M. P.M.
2:55 6:5$ Lv. Morenci .Ar. 1:35 9:35
C3:-45 7:45....Adrian .. 12:45 8:45

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sock more evenly and
neatly. and add to your .B- ~P
comfort and freedom of Z2 R '
action. The garter is the vogue among young
men who want the best. 35c to $i, every.
where, in single~grip, and the E. Z. 2 Grip,.
and the E. Z. Sport Garter.
Made solely by The Thos. P. Taylor
Co., Bridgeport, Conn.
Featured by Leading Student
supplies Stores

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Stage-This Week
Garrick (Detroit)- "Spie
,1.922," a big musical revue.

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4:3o 8:30 .... Clinton .... 12:00 S:oo
; :.t5 9:15 .. Saline ... 11:15 7 :15
5:.45 9:45 Ar 1nn ArborLv. 10:45 0:45
(Court House Square) A. M.
Dl-Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
and Holiday. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 1 :45, leaves
Ann Arblor 4:45..
JAMES 1. IELLIOTT. Proprietor
PhIona 9026-M Adrian, Mich.

iubert - Michigan (Detroit) -
-Bonstelle company In "Call
the Doctor.",

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SATURDAY and, SUNDAY
Shows continuous ;. ' ..,AUT 5
2.11 P, No _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
LAST TIME TODAY
MARIE PREVOST MAX LIND ER
IN IN
The Married Flapper" 'Three Must-Get-Theres'

lihe New

The Cadillac Garage Company

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