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NOTICE-Copy for this column shout i
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock w
the day before publieatlon.
SUNDAYj
9:80-Congregational men's class, Con-
=gregational church.
12:00-Open Forum, Congregational
church. Mayor Lewis will speak on!
"Ann Arbor, Present and Future."
1:00-Prof. W. R. Humphreys gives
the first of a series of talks to the!
class for college women in the Con-
gregational church parlor. Subject,
"Studies in Good and Evil".
12:00-Methodist'students' Bible class.
es meet in Wesley hall.
12:0-Prof. W. D. Henderson speaks
aat Presbyterian church.
12:00-Baptist guild meets in Baptist
Guild house.
4:1- Facuhty concert, Hill auditor-
ium.
5:00-Open house for all students In
Wesley hall.
0:00-Supper at Harris halL fohlowe
by readings by Mrs. Willard Bar-
bom.
6:80-Wesleyan guild meets in Meilk
odist church.
O :30-Dr. Albert M. Barrett, directol
of the state psychopathic hospital
speaks at the Unitarian church.
6:30-Student Fireside chat. Anna I.
Sheldon leads on subject, "Why I
like the Part of the World I came
from."
6:390-Baptist guild social half hour in
Baptist church parlors. Refresh-a
ments.
0:30-Baptist guild devotional meet-
ing. Dr. Allyn K. Foster speaks.-
7:00-Rabbi Freund, of Toledo, ad.
dresses the Jewish students in Lane
hal.
7:0-Dr. Allyn K. Foser speaks in
Baptist church.
," MOxDAY
7 :00=-Wayfarers' flub meets In room
302, Union.,
7:00-Liberal club meets in room 306
Union. .'
S:Of--Extra Series concert In Hill an
ditor.m. Alfred Cortot plays.
TUESDAY
7:00-Cleveland club meets in room
318, Union.
8 :00-Choral Union concert in Hill au-
ditorium. Mary Garden sings.
UNOTICE
Sophomore lits desiring to tryout for
a class bowling team send in name,
address, and telephone number to
George Haggerty, 1912 Geddes ave-
nue. P ase enclose best scores.
MASONS GO AFTER
BUVILDING FUND
Thirty iteams,v comprising 240 Ma-
sons, will swing into action tomor-
row noon in an effort to raise $75,-
000 for the Masonic temple buiding
fund. Officers of the 'order were se-
lected as captains of the teams and
each man was given a district, usually
the one in which he is living.
The campaign will last three or
four days and wil be featured by
banquet each. night w ere reports
of theday's work will be"turned i
and the workers brought together.
If the goal is reached the obiga-
tions held by Ann Arbor baks will
be cancelled and work on the super-
structure of the building will be; com-
pleted without delay.
The new temple is. being built larg-
er than is necessary for the immed-
ate needs of Ann Arbor lodes. It
Is expected, however, that student Ma-
soanc organizations such as the De Mo-
lay and Craftsmen club will use the
temple for their activities as well.

cien st ##Invents then picking off the pursuing officers corps of the United States Army, STILL SEEK HEAD
as they left the station house by William J. Groves, assistant engineer
Cannon To Shoot shooting 'round two or three city' of Fayette county, Texas, A. T. Bra- FOR MUSIC SCHOOL
block.:. gonier, engineer of the West Virginia
Around Corners But Ritterath is a real inventor of state highway department, and John Since the resignation of Prof. A. A.
war materials. He has perfected five D. Slye, chief of road survey in the: anley in the spring of 1921 from the
t...inventions which will prove excep- United States Bureau of Public Roads. stny o direstrn of the U rsty
tionally useful in war. These are: VB position of director of the University
F. ..the cannon ball mentioned above lenna University Bars Jewsi,
{ a big gun without recoil; a fute search has been made to secure a
or sixVeen-inch shell which ee ienna, Dec. 2.-The State Univer- successor who would bn fully quali-
or sxee-inc shll wichtravels
s.par intacttoacertain wpoint sand th itynresumed lectures but Jewish sta- fled for the position. PresidenthMar-
}separates into' twenty or thirty dents were met by pickets demandingioL.Brnhaanucdtatc
smaller ones trave'ing at right angles baptismal certificates; the press warns one has yet been selected out of num-
to the original; a new projectile tray- the. government against permttng erous men both in this country and
cling forty per cent farther than any anti-Semitic outbursts. for the position
existing type, and an automatic -
rangcfinde:.__
His inventions prove that airplanes
will not be the only important device
of defense in the next war.

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preciated - photographs

Dr. Max Ritterrath
Los Angeles, Dec. 2.-Oh, what a
wonderful time the burglars and po-
lice are going to have now that Dr.
Max Ritterrath has invented a gun
that "shoots around corners."
Ritterath's invention, which has
Seen offered to the war department,
s a cannon ball, but suppose that he
perfects a revolver bullet with the
same characteristics. '
Police would have no trouble shoot-
ing around phone poles, garbage cans
or twenty-seven story buildings, and
just think what a time the burglars
and gunmen would- have shooting
around corners at their victims and

HIGHWAY ENGINEERS TO
OFFER GRA9OUATE "WORK
WILL OPEN SPECIAL SERIES OF
COURSES COMMENCING
TOMORROW
More than 140 men from every sec-
tion of the country will take the grad-.
uate courses in highway engineering
which will commence tomorrow. This
is the largest number which has ever
come to Michigan for this purpose,
and every available inch of the pres-
ent headquarters of the department
of highway engineering and highway
transport is being utilized to accomo-
date the increased number of stu-
dents.
The 1922-23 fellows in highway en-
gineering, as appointed at the No-
vember meeting of the board of re-
gents, are Roy. D. Chapin, of Detroit,
Major Mark L. Ireland, of 'the high-
way transport and quartermaster

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