/THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Outlines for organization of the Girl
Reserve groups in Ann Arbor for this
year have been formulated and plans
for their execution are under way.
Alice Johnson, '22, girls' work secre-
*tary of the city Y. W. C. A., planned a
program similar to that followed last'
year. Clubs will be organized in the
different grades and among girls of
the high school. Last year there were
h15grade school groups and five high
school groups.TEach, group, lead by
two girls from the University, works
out its own program on lines sug-
gested by the central office. There will
be occasional fireside hours on Sun-
day, in which all of the clubs will en-
joy stories, representations of bibli-
cal incidents, etc. Organization of a
club for younger girls who are not in
school is being considered. The work
started Thursday evening, with a
meeting of. the Colonnade club, other
grade school clubs being organized
Elizabeth Smith, '23, is chairman of
the committee through which leaders
are obtained. There will be a training
corse for leaders to meet once a
week for eight weeks.
SULTAN STILL RULES
BUT WNTS TO QUIT
BAD HEALTH PREVENTS ACTIVE
Paris, Sept. 29.-The abdication of
Mohammed IV, sultan of Turkey, is
not yet accomplished, but the. sultan
has expressed the desire to abdicate
in favor of his cousin, according to a
telegram received from the Angora
correspondent of the Havas agency,
who attributes the news to a Constan-
tinople dispatch to Angora.
The dispatch further states that the
sultan's state of health prevents him
from attending to the affairs of the
empire. In Angora parliamentary
circles the news is considered as cor-
A Havas agency dispatch from Con-
stantinople yesterday said that the
sultan has abdicated in favor of the
heir apparent, Prince Abdul Medjid
Effendi, the sultan's cousin.
PARCHMENTS BEARING PARTS OF
DANTE'S DIVINE COMEDY FOUND
Genoa, Sept. 29.-Eleven sheets of
parchment said to contain two cantos
of Dante's Divine Comedy and adorned
with precious drawings have been
found by Prof. Valle of the University
Messina, in archives at Chiaviri.
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Girl's Educational club, which will
soon be initiated into Pi Lambda
Theta, national educational organiza-
tion, will hold its Ilrst meeting for
the year next Wednesday evening in
Martha Cook building. Miss Cameron
and Prof. Davis, of the educational
department, will address the members
on the policies and suggested pro-
grams for the coming year.
Lucille Welty, president of the club,
said yesterday that it will be decided
at this meeting whether or. not. new
members will be admitted to the club
until after he initiation into the na-
tional organization. She thought it
probable that the latter policy will be
ANNOUNCEMENT ,IS MADE
OF STUDENTS' MARRIAGE
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Martha Sheppard, '22, to
Carroll Collins, '20, on Sept. 26, at the
William Penn hotel, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mrs. Collins is a member of Zeta Tau
Alpha sorority. She was vice presi-
dent of her senior class, an officer of
Athena Literary society, a member of
Sigma Delta Phi, and was in both
Junior and Senior Girls' plays. Mr.
Collins is a member of Acacia fra-
ternity. Mr. and Mrs. Collins have
sailed for Cuba, where they will make
PROF. N, Brom OM ERI1KBACK
GEODESY AND SURVEY EXPERT
TELLS OF EXPERIENCES
Prof. H. B. Merrick, of the depart-
ment of geodesy and surveying, has
returned from a four-year leave of
absence, which he spent in G hina in
the service of the Chinese government.
During the first six months of his
work, Prof. Merrick was associated
with the Grand Canal Improvemnt so-
ciety, where he had as his particular
task, the running of a precise level
over a distance of 325 miles. He also
had complete charge of the reduction
of notes and the plotting of maps.
In December, 1919, Prof. Merrick
was transferred to the Chiihl district,
where he held the position of engineer
in charge of Servey until his return
~this sumtier. He had a staff of 55
trained Chinese engineers, an office
staff of about 25 engineers and
draughtsmen, and a large number of
rodmen, chainmen and coolie helpers.
The work over which he had control
was the mapping of some 130,000
square miles of land, comprising all
the floodlands of the Chihli river dis-
trict, with a view to erecting dykes
for the prevention of floods.
While engaged in this work, Prof.
Merrick and his staff were twice inter-
rupted by local wars, and were com-
pelled to maintain a force of between
100 and 200 soldiers for the purpose
of self, protection.
Dr. Curtiss Heads Triangles
Dr. Frank E. Curtiss, of .the Uni-
versity hospital staff, was elected
president, and W. G. Hollands was
chosen secretary and treasurer of the
Triangle society, a Scottish Rite Ma-
sonic organization, at a meeting held
in the Masonic Temple last night. An
invitation to present the ninth, tenth,
and eleventh degrees of the cnsistory
in Detroit in January was accepted.
A banquet honoring Edgar Guest, De-
t-roit poet, was also discussed, but no
definite plans were made.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
Tryouts for the University Girls'
Glee club will be held at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon in Room 204 of
the School of Music.
All juniors and seniors who are in-
terested in playing hockey this fall
will meet at 5 o'clock Monday after-
noon at Barbour gymnasium.
All senior and sophomore advisors
of entering upperclassmen will meet
at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon atl
Women wishing to enter the fall
tennis tournament are urged to sign
for it . immediately. Notice of the
tournament is posted on the athletic
bulletin board in Barbour gymansium.
Neva Lovewel, '22, who has been
appointed to have charge of the un-
dergraduate fund for the League
building, will be in her office at Bar-
bour gymansium from 8:30 o'clock
until 11 o'clock every morning, and in
the afternoon by appointment only.
Notices to be placed in this column
will in the future appear on two suc-
cessive days only.
Manuscripts for the Junior Girls'
play are due Wednesday, October 25.
Those who plan to submit plays are
requested to do so on, or before that
date if possible. Helen Deibridge will
take charge of all contributions.
Women wishing to try out for the
Michiganensian staff will meet in the
press building at 3 o'clock today.
Sophomores previously' registered
in the University are requested to
have their heart and lung examina-
tions some time this week at the
University Health service.
All women who left any clothes in
their lockers last June may get them
from the locker rooms on Monday,
Oct. 2, and Tuesday, Oct. 3.
All upperclass women who wish to
elect lockey, tennis, or archery are
requested to meet at 5 o'clock Monday,
Oct. 2, in Barbour Gymnasium.
Chaperones for dances this week-
end will be: Armory, Saturday, Mrs.
H. G. Berger.
Wuerth-"The Iron Trail," a Rex
Beach story; comedy and Pathe News.
Majestic-Tom Mix in "The Fighting
Streak"; comedy and news.
Arcade-Gloria Swanson in "Her
Gilded Cage;" comedy, "You'd Be
Orpheum-GarethdHughes in "I Can
Explain"; and comedy.
Garrick (Detroit) -Frances White
and Taylor Holmes in the musical
comedy, "The Hotel Mouse."
Laundry Cases-the "Quick-Pac," at
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
CATHOLIC STUDENTS TO
Plans for a large building to house
Catholic students to be built at the
corner of Williams and Thompson
streets have completed, and only the
unsettled condition of the building
market prevents an immediate start.
The new structure will be "U" shape
in plan, with the open court facing
on Williams street. It will be five
stories high, containing dormitory
space for 200 students, cafeteria serv-
ice, dining-rooms, and all the facilities
of a modern club. A roof garden al-
so will be included for the lighter so-
The present dormitory on this site,
which houses about 70 students, mem-
hers of the Richard club, will be used
until the completion of the new
building. It will then be torn down
and two more wings added, giving the
completed structure an "H" shaped
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