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- these pictures can be taken.
All men desir'ing to try out. for the
WHT 'S GOI G ON freshman engineers bowling team,
must roll three gamnes, and turn in
I. their names and scores to J. P.
Vose by Wednesday night.
NOw0TICE--Copy for this column shot~1d! Sophomnoro lits desiring to Cryout for
be submitted by 5:30 'elock of a class bowling team send in name,
the day before publication, address, and telephone number to
--- iGeorge Haggerty, 1912 Geddes ave-
TrU rS1AY nue. Please enclose biest scorer.
x:00--Meeting of Chuines business sta Al! memibers of the ('ircolo lialianio
Illiteracy In U. S.
215 E. HURON PHONE 214-Fl
jand tryiouts. v.i ia u tL .=,l11C i.tf
wll1ingness to lbe present at the
6:t-rs libdae banquet may do so by calling Mr.,
shop, corner of Fast and South Uni Mauriel, 1938-M, and Miss Scholl,
iversity avenues. Gordon C. El 1141-W, from 6:30 to 7:30 this eve-
dredge speaks. nin .
7 :00-Var.lty GIle tclub!, meet in read. Dnes for the junior c' ass of thel
ing room of Union.f School of lEducation wil be collected
7 :00-Institute of Religious Education by the treasurer, Tuesday, Dec. 5,
meets in Lane hall. Tappan hall, from 8 to 11 in the
7:00-Cleveland club meets ini room.; morning, and 1 to 5 :30 o'clock in
318, Union. thy: afternoon.
7 :30--Important meeting of the Box- Freshmni engineers -wito are inter-
ing club. Michigan Union. ested in trying ont for the class
7:30--Round-Up club meets in Union. basketball or bowling teams, meet
Important business. in room 308 of the Union Thursday
7:30-Bay City club smoker ini room at 7 :30 o'clock.
7:130-Underclass conduct c nimite ECKRALHSVUSA
meetsin rom 32, Uion.PRAISE FOR WOLVERINESI
7 :30--AdelpidJ House of Repr.:seiita-
tives meets in Adelphi rooms, (oniudfmPaeSx
fourth floor. University hall. Stt(ae h njr etteWl
8 :0-Cora UionconertinHil au -verine leader from showing his true,
ditorium. Mary Garden sings. I~omi h eaiiggms"h
8 :5--ecod erfrmace t l'viit Isaid of the Michigan leader.
ney theater of Michigan Union op- Muirhead, placed on all-star teams
era, "In and Out." by many critics, was given the berth
on the second eleven by Eckersall,,
WEI)NESD)AY giving precedence to Below of Wis-
4:0t-J-1lop committee meets., 302 consin, and Thompson, of Iowa.'
Union. "Muirhead, of Michigan, was another.
4:l5-Organ recital in Hill auditor- good tackle nearly the equal of
itum. Earl V. Moore plays. Thompson and Below;" was I~cker-
7:15--Traverse City club meets in s, all's comment on the star of the
SLane hall. Plans for holidays will Michigan line.
bn discussed.I The team chosen by Eckersall has
7 :30-A. S. 3%. E. smoker in Union. met with as much favor among foot-
SProf. H. B. Merrick speaks on "An ball fans as any chosen in the last few
Engineer's Observations in China" years and with the. exception of Cap-
7:30-illusic recital (of advanced stu. I lon's position on the second team,
dents at School of M'~usic. Michigan is satisfied.
7 :30-Student council meeting inl --
room 306, Union. !SEA WEED COL~LECTION
7 :30-Saginaw club smoker in roomnI NOW ON DISPLAY HERE
7:30--Meeting of the Pennsylvania Specimens of rock-weed and otherl
club in room 205, Mason hall. All water plants from the Pacific coast are
members requested to attend. j(on display in the botany show-cases
8:00-Meeting of University ,post, An.-'on the third floor of the Natural Sci-
erican Legion. ence building. The sea flora were!
8:15-Thirtd performance at Whitney, collected by Prof. B3. M. Davis at the
theater of Union opera, "In and, Leiand Stanford biological station last i
Ul ru -NOTICES-
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'iganensian must b)e taken during OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
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'nities, sororities, house clubs, and Ofce fHours Prone
-cam pus, organizations must pay for 9-12"' 1:30-5 31F
. their space in the 'Ensian before
D)r,; J. W. Crabtree
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"The United States has the highest
percentage of illiteracy of the leadingt
enlightened nations of, the world,"
Dr. J. Y. Crabtree, secretary of the1
National Educational 'association, de-
clares. He is an advocate of better
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