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EY OFFICERS
GIVEN 1-20 YEARS

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)UNCIL'PASSES
SMOKE ORDINANCE
noke nuisances will be. eliminat-

CRS CAME'

G'REATEST GRQUP OF PLAYERSj
EVER ASSEMBLED PLAYS
AT COLU BU'Sa
Columbus, O., Dec. 2.-"Brick"
Muller, the University of California's
All-Anmerican end, blocked a kick,,
scooped up the ball, and ran 40 yards
for a touchdown scoring a six to
nothing victory for the West over the,
East in an all-star football game
played here today.I
The two teams were made up of
former college stars brought here for
the game and probably represented
the greatest assembly of gridiron
stars ever getten .together. In all
18 men whose names have appeared
in all-American selections played on
the two teams.
The Western team captained by Bo
McMillian, who starred at Center col-
lege, included such players as Muller,
California; Vick and Goetz, Michigan;
Waflace, Iowa State; Eichenlaub,
Notre Dame; Crangle, Illinois; Huff-
man, Minick and Trott, Ohio State;
Hildt and Minick, Iowa: Hanney,
Indiana; and Arinstrong, Centre.,
Pitted against them and captained
by Peck, former all-American center#
at ;Pittsburgh was a team includingf
Aclibausg, Brown and Moseley, Yale;
Fargo, Williams;- Griffiths, Penn
State; McLarern, Pitt; Haggsett, Dart-
mouth ;Jones, -Yale; Fuller, Brown;
Wilmer, Princeton; Thurinan, Penn-
sylvania; Lea, Colgate.
The Centre college players offer a
difference of opinion as to whether
this school would be classed as an
eastern or western school.
S. C. A. WILL hOLD
CHRISTMAS PARTY
The Student Chiistian association
will offer the usual Christmas enter-

Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Dec. 2-
Andrew Greer and Edward Gibbs, of
Carey, Ohio, policemen who were in-
dicted by the "Wayandotte county
grand jury forshooting Edward Reis-
sing, a University of Michigan stu-
dent, and assaulting other Michigan
students while returning from the
Ohio-Michigan football game Oct. 20,
today pleaded guilty and each was
sentenced from one to 20 years in the
Ohio State. penitentiary. The peni-
tentiary sentence was suspended on
condition that neither again assume
to act as an officer.
The two officers will have to spend
30 days in the county jail, however,
on the assault charge.
WEEKS DECLARES
ARMY INADEQUATE
Washington, Dec. 2.-The present
authorized Regular Army strength of
12,000 officers and 125,000 men, is "in-
adequate" for national safety, and fur-
ther cuts would be "inexcusable", de-
Glares John W. Weeks, Secretary of
War, in his annual report to Con-
gress.
"We should sieze the first oppor-
tunity to bring the Regular Army back
to the proportions which are requir-
ed," he wrote. "We can not ever again
make the mistake of expecting good
soldiers to rise over night and good
officers to be turned out in quanti-
ties in three months' periods.
"I appreciate the urgency of our
financial situation that prevents us
from reaching our maximum require-
ments I can not believe, however.
that the importance of this need is
fully recognized by all who do recog-
nize the urgency of the financial
problems."
DAM REPAIRS COMPLETED;
HURON NOW AT NORMAL LEVEL
With the completion of the concrete

ed from Ann Arbor this winter, it is
planned by an ordinance recently'
passed by the city council, to take ef-
fect next Wednesday.
The regulation provides that dense
smoke emitted from the smoke stacks
or chimney of any apartment house,
office building, factory, or frater-
nity house which contains soot or
other substances deleterious to thel
health to health of the general pub-
lie, shall be declared a nuisance and
shall be a violation of this ordinance.
The density of the smoke can be
greatly diminished by ithe regulat-
ing of the draft, officials state. The
city fire department is now experi-
menting on the proper amount of air
required for furnaces and fire-
boxes.
IANSING CITIZENS INVITE
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB MEMBERSf
Mrs. E. H. Van der Slice, of Lan-
sing, extended an invitation'from the

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KORFF WILL GIVE:
THREE TALKS HERE
Baron S. A. Korff, Russian states-
man, will speak at 4:15 o'clock Mon-
day, Tuesday, and Wednesday it-
jRoom B,' Law building.
R.Before the overthrow of the Czar,
Baron Korff was Professor of Consti-
tutional Law hin the University of
Petrograd. Under the Kerensky gov-
ernment he was Vice Governor of
Finland.
He is now affiliated with the
[Georgetown university in the School
for Foreign Service at Washington for
Ithe training of diplomats. He took
part in the Williamstown Institute of
Politics, instituted by the New York
Times ,and delivei'ed several lectures
there, which have been published un-
der the title "Russia's Foreign Pol-
icy.'
iistoi' litats HOly Coss 17-13
Boston, Dec. 2.-Boston College
defeated Holy Cross 17 to 13 beforo
a crowd of 30,000 persons today. The
game between the ancient rivals wan
advertised as carrying with it the
championship of the catholic colleges
ol the East.

on some other basis was urged today The Tiger declared he believed he! perialistic ai
by Clemnceau in the fourth of a ser- has convinced the country that intention of
ies of addresses in this country. France is not militartistic nor im- ithe United S

DECEMBER is here again and our
thoughts turn to CHRISTMAS and

Wminter.

We have the goods that are

are needed now-

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Ash Cans, Garbage Cans, Perfection Oil Heaters;
Electric Heaters, Electric Lamps and Bulbs,
Sleds, Pyrex Glass Ware, luminum. Ware,
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citizens of that city to the foreign
members of the Cosmopolitan club to
spend a part of the Christmas vaca- Cleinicieaiu Urges IT. S. a t ijpationl
tion in Lansing homes, at a recent St. Louis, Mo.-Reentry of Ameri-
meeting of the club. 'The same invita- ca into Euronean affairs either as a
tion was extended last year and 16 member of the league, of nations or
of the members spent a week in Lan-i
sing. It is expected that a consider- "Martha Ann Fruit Cake" for
able number will accept the invita- Thanksgiving. Tices, 117 So. Main
tion this year. St--Adv.

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tainmnent to the children of the city work, repairs on the dam at the Ar-
on Dec. 13, this year, it was announced go plant of the Detroit Edison com-
yesterday at Lane hall. All Ann Ar- pany are practically finished. A 12
bor children are invited. Special at- inch forebay wall has been placed be-
tempt will be mad .-to cheer those hind the old dam and new flood gates
children now confined at the Univer- have been installed. It is planned to
sity hospital, and to have them atjadd a raising and lowering device to
the party if possible. the flood gates. The repair work has
'Ihe students who are to have ! been finished somewhat earlier than

charge of the affair as appointed by
Robert E. Adams, president of the as-
sociation, are: Nelson Joyner, Jr.,
'22, general chairman, Sadye L. Har-
wick, '23 ,chairman for women, Law-
rence Dooge, '24, Ralph N.- Byers, '24,
Donald McCabo, '24, Catherine Riggs,
'24, and Prosser Watts, '24.
The committee will have charge of
seeing that the children are taken to
the fraternity and sorority houses for
dinner on the evenings of Dec. 13 or
Dec. 15. Each fraternity and sorority
is asked to determine how many chil-
drei-It cait care for on these even-
ings mentioned ,and to let the S.C.A.
know-the number upon which it has
decided:
The naies of these children who
will be the guests of the association on
the above.mentioned are being com-
piled by the students of sociology.
Members of the committee will meet
at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon in the1
Upper assembly room of Lane Hall.
If you lose your dog, a daily classi-
fied ad will find it for you.-Adv. !
Mich!gan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.1

was expected.
'The flood gates of the dam just be-
low the bridge of the Ann Arbor rail-,
road have been closed and the tempor-
ary dam that was constructed in the
mill race has been removed, thus put-4
ting the river back to its normal wa-
ter level.
Ceorgctowin Upsets Lafayette
Washington, Dec. 2.--Lafayette's
pcwerful eleven was defeatd here to-
day by Georgetown 13 to 7 in a
gruelling post-season game. It was
the second setback .the Easton,' Penn-
sylvania, college had sustained in
three years and was another of the
long list of upsets that has marked
thc 1922 season.
The two field goals the first by
Malley, from the 25 yard line and the
second by Faldin, from the 35 yard
line, furnished the margin of vic-
tory.
Martha Washington Candies. Fresh
every Friday. Tice's Drug Store. 117
S. Main.-Adv.
Michigan Tn1v and Chimes for $4.50

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LLOYD'S LAUGHS LAST

Advance Dope On Your
3unday Dinner-

Marguerite d aMotte
A scitillat.ing star, leading lady for Douglas Fairbanks in "Mark of
Zorro;" "The Nut," and "Three Musketeers," appears with
TULLY ARSHALL and
RUSSELL STI PSON

SPECIAL DINNER
CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP
ROAST CHICKEN MASHED POTATOES
CHOICE OF VEGETABLES CHOICE OF DESSERT
ROLLS
TEA COFFEE MILK

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A 95c Dinner for

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SUNDAY SHOWS STA RT
2-3:40 - o:20 -17=- 9
-SUTNDAY AND) EVEMNGS
ADULTS-0c KIDDIES-10c
Week Day 3latinees- 5c

Fols gojforu

TiE PREMIERE SHOWING OF THE MOST
ROLLICKING COMED YDRAMA OF 1922

OTHER SPECIALS
Baked Virginia Ham...... .... ............30c
Roast Veal with Dressing .......................28c
Many Other Varieties and Prices
Y. W. C. A. Cafeteria

508 EAST WILLIAM
Second Block From State

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