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LEAVE Of ABSdENCE'
' Sings Tuesday;
At Band Bouncel
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P1R3-OTE ROBBINS, PRBESIDENT SI
ASSIS'TANT, TO FILL J
Action by the Board of Regents at
their meeting Friday, in addition to
Increasing the Summer session budget
as announced yesterday, included ac-
ceptance of several gifts, and the
grant of a leave of absence and a
promotion within the faculty.
Prof. F. N. Scott of the rhetoric
,department 'was granted a leave of 1
absence for the scholastic. year 1923° ,
1924. Professor Scott will do some
Dr. Frank E.. Robbins, assistant to
the-'President, was given the rank of
full, professor, by action of the meet-
An addition to the Frederick K.
Stearns' collection of musical instru-
taentmwi acisephted in hill e R beRobert E. D trl,'3
itruwsacpe ytead oetR. Diet erle, 23Mb, who will
gents. The gift, is a piano of early appear in the annual fall Band Bounce
date. Tuesday night in. Hill auditorium.
The revival of the Detroit Edison
scholarship in metallurgy, which'i ~ icsin ru o hns
carries a benefit of $750, was accepted. stupfo C
The scholarship was discontinued stdents, welcomes anyone to its meet-
during 'the. war period. Henry Strong, ings who may be interested in China.
fund of $760 for. scholarships was al-
so accepted. Lose something? A classified in
The Regents grant !I $250 for use the Daily will find it.-Adv.
oth'Aeia:Acdm nRm.L. T. Deuchler was awarded the or-
dinance metallurgy scholarship, al
fund set aside by the ordinance de-'
partment of the United States army.1
'The decision of the University toI
preserve the elm tree planted by the i
celass .of '69, prompted the Regents to j h ls.~
move that a suitable site be selected Atlhoea
to wvhich the tree will be removed. Note~ the
'A 'continuing gift of $30 per month d ~
from Edna Burch, of Detroit, for the FL RA
benefit of needy students, was accept-' M du sierol- odqa
ed. -It was announced that the Isaw Mdu ie ol-go u
library has received the gift of pic- A Case of 1 00 Rolls f ...
tares of the Supreme court judges of
the Philippines and of Judges Fel- CO01MM ... N tI
lows and Moore of the state Supreme i Lre8o.r~ cu c
court. Lre8o.rl csf
A vote of thanks to the governor of, A Case of 100 Rolls f:em.
Ohio, the county and towns of, Wyan-
dotte and' Carey~ was passed, for the GOOA' 0D
prompt action' taken in the investi- A Thousand Sheet Roll of Ti
gationi of the shooting of a University
[student: in Carey the night: of the' A Case of 100 Rolls for ..
'Ohio State- Michigan football game.A P
± LAIR SEARLES SPEAKS ATA.P
CHINESE FRIENDLY. CIRCLE I That Finest of
nnu~~uw~~ in the second proadafedga
VUVWNVero, nafil ga H OY911E kicked 25 yards by Karl Tuaffman,, atttl 1'Hradsbtttwowsi h
game one minute and out the next.
111ne G~alas Twice as Many Yards, But I in the fourth period. But Owen wa
C'rimsn R lesources Win the outstanding star andl the margin,*
- of the Crimson's unexpected success
New Haven, Nov. 25-Harvard de- ( was due to his work.
feated Yale today 10 to 3, being win- A technical survey of the game
ners with the odds against them in shows that Harvard scored on each
a game whichi in exposition of play, of its real advances into Yale terri-
and in scenic spectacle took high
rank in the long line of these annualI tory'. The same survey showes that
contests. Yale five times drove fairny in to Crim-I
+Gts sn iitatie ad rimon e-son areas but scored- only once. As
sources ovecame the big blue teamietrga sthsesoheBu,
with George Owen, Harvard's biirl'l ayers advanced almost twice as
back, operating as an individual hero . many yards as the Crimson but were
It was Owen's run back of the Yale
punt 47 yards through Yale's team
that led to his touchdown and his S N A
succeeding point by a kick in the COM E IN S N A
Two other scores were made, af AND ENJOY A DELICIC
field goal by Charlie O'Hearn, Yae's - - SERVED IN THE C
star of the day, from the 22 yard line+ ATTRACTIVE WAY P(:
BRING' THE FAMILY -
driven back to a point where their
threats were ineffective except once.
1The game was witnessed by 77,000
persons. From one of the few were
nor} partisans, CQeorges ,2lemen ceau.
war premier of France, came the ex-
pression that was probably represent-
ative of the opinion of all on the feel-
ing over the resul~t. "Splendid sport,"
It's 7Ting and Cornplet~e
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Clair K. Searles, of the School of
Education, formerly, a Y. M. -C. A.
work~er in Peking, China, talked in-
formally At a Meeting of the Chinese
Friendly circlet last night at Wesley
haill. A general discussion was held
afterwards. The. tonic of the evening i
was "Missionary Work in China."
'The Chinese Friendly 'circle,, while
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