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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PlrBear" Will Tansport Sortn
FiGnanciers ToNorther-n grHunting round

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Work Of Students, Alumni
Mak.?s Technic Attractive
Continuing to live up to its estab- t;mith." Miss Sproat touches upon
lished reputation, as the nest, edited facets of Dean Cooley's personality
college magazine in its field, the Mich- that have made .him a national char-
I ign Tehni forNovmbereasly, ur-acte:'.
IanTcncfrNvmeeaiysr Through its affiliation with the Eng-
passes its previous issues not only in ineering College Magazines Assocl-
the high character of its articles but ated, the Technic is able to publish
the attractiveness of their makeup and this month a treatment of "The Navy's
illustration:_". - - Relation to Industry" by R. N. Em-

Llbrairlans Send Food to 'Noseow.
A card of thanks has been received
by the staff of the Ujniversity library
from Mine. L. 1{affkin Ilemburger,
principal of the state institute of li-
brary science in Moscow, acknow-
ledging the receipt of two p~ackages of
food sent her by members of the Li-
brary staff. The food was distribut-I
ed among the librarians at Moscow
and the immediate vicinity.
Work on Fishpowd BeIng Pushed

Effinger Resume~s Duffles
Dean John R. Effnger, of the
ary college, has retur~nedl to his
after a siege of influenza. He w~
there at his regular consul
hours.I

e liter-
soffice
will bh-
ttation

Beg~in Library Pi ntJnug
WMork has been begun'on fihe paint-"
ing of the interior domes of the en-
trance to the Clements ,library. This
mrarks the beginning of one of the
final steps in the work on the build-

The main article is written by
George R. Prus~ing, '15E, telling inF
non-technical style the development
of the sublmarine oil ~pp' line for
discharging tank steamers and for
bunkering m'erchantmen.
Col.11. W. Miller of the departmentt
clf mechanism and engineering draw-
ing, is a close ruinner-up with an
outline on cornper in which- he gives a

inett, lieuteniant-commander In the
United States. Navy. Lieutenant Fm-
mett shows how the destiny of this
country to a great extent lies on the
tOther articles of importance are
'Muscle Shoals," its past and possi-
bilities by Warren M. Wells, "The
Super Locomotive, No. 800," in which
the Michigan Central 'giant is shown

Work on the pool In the Natural inl,.
Sin ecu ti ben pu h di ore- --to finish the concrete work while the yeaiu'ng" 1W ill Learn Boxing
weather permits. Plastering of the Beginning Monday freshman gym-
inside is almost completed and work ! nasiunn classes will be instructed dur-
will soon be started on the railing i119 the wi eek in shadowr boxing by Dr.
which surrounds the rime of-the pool. GeorgeA. May, director of Waterman
gymnasium. Follow ing this wrestling
will be taught the week before, Christ-
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50. mnas vacation.._w

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Workun4.'l P t 1ing'Fillhtx4 ToneIWs on the "P e:lar Bear,"~
A huntIirng ipartlyof six Ari a~~a~UVr and capitalists expects to ileave. Ne F York next sum-
n,_er in the imlatial new iai liner, "Po'lar B( r." ' Sevntv-twvo hours after leaving Wall street they expect to sbe
shooting v alra't and polar bear withUn in te an (circle. thie party will include I. M. ilppercu, president of the
D)etroit-Cadlillac M uoor Car CoIUpany; Howard M1 L~. ('cf!in, Hiarold Ht. 'Emmnnons, Dr. .James W. Inche,, William E'.

real first, thence up the Ottawa river and the chain of lakes to Hudson bay.
Library -;tL ig Collecto
A cablegramn was receivoed yester- Hoinry Vignaud, former owner of
dlay from Librarian W. W. Bishbp now the libra y, .was permanent -decretary
In rane, ellngof he urcaseofto the American legation ix: ?iris.1
Mr. Bishop, whxo was instruxii° :ta in
the library of the late Henry Vignaudi procuring the collection, left for Eu-
of Paris. . The purchase was miade rope three weeks ago. IHI expects to
partly through the gift of 1Regent Wil-E return before the Christmas recess.
liarnL Clements of 'Bay City, and!i _
suc vluesas are not a:ilready a ' STUDENTS VISIT DETROIT
matl a".e"1a L 0-fAction will b'e hourscd in the <Cle :.nts L- courtesy, of the D~etroit News the
library. The re mainder of the col- }ciass in Rhetoric 3-1 (Journalism) is
lection will he incorporated ijuto the spening today in Detroit on an in-'
general ibrar-;. 1 tw'Ition tour Ithrough iithe News build-,

.AWAIT RUSH OF OWN EtS
Automobile licenses will beC issuedl
Monday at the county clerk's office In
the County building. Prospective pur-
chasers are asked to bring their proof~s
of title as they must be shown before
licenses will be i:suecd.
White figures on a green back
ground will characterize the licen~e
plates for 1923. Ten thousand licelse's
are now on hand, and it is expectedI
that the number sold will easily et-
tceed this amount, as 12,000 were is-
sued for 1922.
Fil each 'ailors Out of Work
Marseilles, Dec..-The French
Seamen's Union wrote the American
consul, offering to supply first-class
men for United States ships; many
are out of work, dlue to the eight-houir
law change and strike resultingI
from it.
A discussion of the practice of gland?
transference, in The Sunday Magazine
for December 3.--Adv.-

The collection- which consists of
mucre than 20.0100 vclumi~e , is,j),tutic u-f
laxly rich In Aeiaaof the Dis-
covery p;eriodl, as 1Ar. Viguaud was an£
authority oni this ,)hase of Am eriacana
history, and was the authjor of several1
scholarly works on Columabus and theI
early explorer"s.1
When ccembined; with the reserc ,= P
collection of Amonicalii itrcll
orature, this acqunisition v ill-give too
Michigan wliat is considecred to koe"i
significant position in tilt',fieldio~
Am~erican history~, nd w ill ombinie to
make one of the most compjlete collec-
tions of American his:torical litera pare

ing The class has been divided into
three sections of which one wvent to
Detroit yesterday afternoon, one will
go this morning and one this after-
noon. Each section will spend two
icurs in going through the building.
Mr. B~urroughs, the instructor in
1betoric 31, will accompany each one.
Romiie, Dec. 1.-The Smate has votedI
the bill giving Mussolini full, power
till the end of'1I23 for his reform pro-.
ra;the Scnate then adjourned
(the Chamber of Deputies passed the

in.existence today. bill Nov. 25).
On account of the delicate sublject. and scenes, rien andlwomeni
will not be adm Ilttedi together tg see this picture.
DIRECT F OM AN WEEKS UN AT
THE ETROIT OPERA HOUSE
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5teJn1LL ai ul'SUyac L ueWH ;1"U~t o Iring £un umaniy new features in
and a hitherto unpublished descrip- locomotive design, "The Elimination
tion of the most advanced methods of lof Traffic Hazards" by Prof. Arthur
copper production. This article is the 1'gBl3anchard of the highway engi- -
first of two by the same author deal- veering and highway transport de-
inge wihth this general subject. partmnent, leading autority in his
Geeiv Sproat, '24, gives a per- field, and "Preservative Treatments
sonal sketch of Dean Mortimer E. for Wood" by P. R. Hicks, '07E, secre-
Cooley of thle engineering college, tary-manager of the American Wood-
whom she calls "Our Scientific Bl1ack- Preserving Association.
'ChuChin C o?1. M ADI 50
Musical Fantasy, THE SMART of THE TRAIL
is Merately Good'TO THRILLS!
"Chia Chin Chiow," at the Whitney
'last i ntght, enoy'ed the virtue, unusual HO E
]ilin musiC al shows5, of growing betterMO
azs it continued. The story, based on
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!lie Ali l3aba tale. fromi the A'rabiani
Nighits, moved slowlpV in the first act., with ti
Comii4cing with the last scene of I
;'his act, however, the action accelerla
ated and the Showx took a new leae on
T11'e production was spI~ndidly Ueu
Imounted and costumed. The scenes - are liste
in which elaborate lighting was em- -tagtfo h iolus oke
ployed were most effective, notably --sigt hoii tAIhe s~au~tniI oole
'Abet flasan's Cave and the final scene (Into the cay(ALnx h
1where the garden was suffused witRWNh TENO T"(O
the mannequin parade in act thr" °Tx awa
gree vioet lght.tire I Beats "The Silent CallsEMN~
were remarkable in their variety and
colo2" -
Those players, worth mentioning
separately are Lionel Braham the _________________
very villainous villain; Virginia Iflow-
ell as Zarat-A1-Kuluib the desert
maiden ;and Albert Froom as Abdul-- SATURDAY ANI SUN)AY
SHOWS AXE XCON IOS
lahi the steward, who was by way ofHOSAR NT 2:00 ... 10:30 P. 31.
being the best comedian- with the ex-
ception of lion Ferrandou, who played __________________
Ali Baba.
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CAMPESTOKEFRAMES
-MD P ARHMENT
SHADEHAESomthin nw oLdth
PARCHMENT ;FRINGE6
ENPSAMELFRMEIT!'
ChiA, GlssBottl, WF
LuceonStsAnDE oehn e o lyh
EighteenTtraNti E rlocs.oMa "raUEiyCtE y
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Wn'rt Ee fLedigrad frooulasFir
China, Zas oesbaks IHispoutos
ALumael o btan th

beautiful plain and Poly-\ "Mark of Zorro" and
choeefet."Three Musketeers"
SEE OUR WINDOW I
DISPLAY TULLY MARSHALL"
W 'Ng' RUSSELL SIMPSON
Painting and Decoratlng LLIN"AGO
ITWO STORES ILA LN O4"
.Ann Arbor .......Ypsilanti.

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ATTEND THlE MA'IEES AND;
CROWDS

FRACTION EVER OFFERED!

The Value
of Years!

IN HIS FIRST CEATUR E LE GTlt
' ~CONED Y

ESTABLISHED 1ISS
NH AVENUE COR. FORTY-FOURTH STREET
NEW ,YORK~
TeGl'ph onc lfurra-y Mild 88co -
Ear 'Representative will be at the
STATLER, D'ETROIT
IDAY AND TUESDAY
.ECGMBR4 AND 5
Samples of Ready-'miade Clothing
F'urniishings, Flats and Shoes r
for Fall and Winter
Christmas Gifts. for 'Men and Boys
ed alphabetically and priced- in ouir
t"'Christmas Suggestions" which we
ill be ,pleasedl to senfd onfrequest

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Origin ality in Comedy --Novelty
in Story -- Surprise in Climax!

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A girl pensive but not a w4hit alarm-

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a4 is firet public vp enwio1na t t Thre waera se iWegtat j BI
t nn ~ k.juni ~One !CV C$ to O. s
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wonJ la

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ment, we want to inform'
our patrons.- old as well as
Clew -- that this Overcoat
event marks the climax of
value-giving this season. We
£' have gone the extr'me limit.
Better qualities, better wool-

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ed when a cowvboy from the West-
ern plains presented himself 'as the,

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ens, better style and better
workmanship all combine to
give you better values.

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SUNDAY THURSDAY
MONDAYFRDY
TUESDAY ISATURDAY
WEDNESDAYL
Starting Tomcorrow

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309 S_ in.

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She plainly liked this ch'eerful im-
postor and his three good-natured
pals.

Come, folks, this sounds very seri-
ous, but the fact is, it's very laugh-
able.

ORHEMTHEATRE

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