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IVUILINUI M ~un
OPENING JUNIOR PLAY
LJAGA4E BOARD TO ACT AFTER
OVERWIIE1,14N4 VOTE FOR
PROJECT
~That the women of the campus are
strongly in favor of opening the Sun- ,
f or Girls' play to the public is shown
by the results of a vote which was
taken byr the Horse of Representatives
recently. One thousand, one hundred
seventy-five women from the total of
1,620" students on the campus ex-
pressed their opinion definitely on the
ma~tter, andy out di this number -only
5i5 voted negatively.I
With such a majority, the board of
directors of the Womnen's league have
decided to take further action con-
cerning the play. An attempt will be
ninde to ascertain whether or not the
Student council will endorse certain
contentions made in the petition of the
juniors. As soon as that information
is secured the matter will be turned
over to the Committee on Student Af-
fArs for consideration.
ANNO91 EPISCOPALIAN
04 BNQUET TO BE HELD
Rpscopalians: will hold their an-
nu~al banquet Dec. 11 at the Union, at
which William Draper Tewis, author,'
editor, and former dean of the law
school, of the University of Pennsyl-
17a la, and J. A. Bacon, '24, will speak.
Mr. Lewis will speak of "The 'Moral
Religion for Public Life", and Bacon,
will speak on a 'subject of his own-
choice.
Rtev. Samuel S. Marquis, of Detroit,
forme~r head of the welfare depart-i
znfnt of Henry Ford's plant, and now
rector of St. Joseph's church of that
city, will be the, toastmaster for the
H4UGE PROMONTORY'
DROPS INTO Ltd I
Superior, Wis., Dec. &.-The disap-
pearance of an entire point of land'
:30 feet high and fo'ur acres in area inI
to the upper Big Elauclaire lake, 18
m~iles east of Gordon, Wis., in Baytleid,
county, holds the attention of geolo-
gist(s in this section. The land, dls-
a ppeeared beneath the water of the
*lake between 9:30 o'clock Thursday{
night, Nov. 30, and ,early Friday morn-
A survey of the spot showed that
the entire point from the shore. line to
t(he )0 foot eiiilbaflkmfentliad 'dropped
into the lake., leaving a slher' 30 foot
l zc .iiC . The tips of 30) foot trees
qro barely' visible above the water' of"
the~lalke.

Vill Represent U. S. ' .T inr
At Conference On L U1. TUO, WHENI
.Boche: eparations. N ABR HLDE
CIRISTM Af3 TREE TO FEATURE
..~ YUL ,(CELEBRATION FOR

stead of the customary time of 9 to 1I. s
o'clock.. This change is made to en-M s
able those who expect to attend the7
I opera that night to be present at the
dance.Detroil
'STUDENTS TO HELP hA rpi
IN MVAKING SURVEY cC4, cu

Ame ricar
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Coast

SUIT'S OVERCOATS TFUXE'

o. terrasr
Eliot Wadsworth, assistant secre-
tary._of the U. S. treasury and is
charg6 of the departmenit of foreign

Poor children of Ann Arbor will be ! An archaeological survey of the'
given their annual Christmas party state ,of Michigan, county by county,
W\ednesday afternoon, Dec. 13, in lanle with a view of lpublishing a comuplete
1_,all. More than 200- are expectedl to( detailed chart of the findings is now
attend andl entertainment is being being sponsored by the University.I
provided for them.. headed by Dean Wilbort D. Hinsdale.
Those of the sick children from the' custodian of Michigan archaeology in
1I.niversity hospital who are able to( the museum.
be moved will be brought to the par ty, Dean Hinsdale states that pll vol.
"nd all town children between the unteers for survey work cal be used'
ages or 5 and 12 years are invited. It in the undertaking. Students will
will be impossible to gather up the have anl opportunity to chart the coon-
children and t ale them to the p~arty, ty or section in which they live dur-
but those present will be taken' home. ing vacation.
A,' Christmas tree will be predomi-
inant in the entertainment which has 1 ATHIJENA, ADELPHI ifA JOINT
been arranged. Candy, food of all j 'MEETiNg rFOR REACT TUESDAY
sorts, and novelty p~resents will be_
distributed. A movie and a stunt will Ateawo n'
furnish amusement.,wme' public speakingr
The Student Christian association society, and Adelphi Douse of Repre
hascirulaed ettrs mon th fr- sentatives will hold a joint meeting
eas circulatd sletrtesaong the fa-1 next Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock ir
tern ities and sororitiesanonwthe cam-
pus asking for contributions of clothes Atdeforphisoost, mPlangwere th
and food to take tare of some poor pegletdar tisjointhetinogatiza-
child for Christmas. The organizations.rglr.eson fteIw.rgnia
dions Tuesday nigrt. This joint meeting
are also asked to entertain some poor will be open to the campus and it i
cdro exonwee dyn hus intended that all attend who wouWlt
dayof ex weklike to get an idea of (Altvities of
these societies.
Junior Engineers Meet Tonmorrow ______
s Junior engineers will meet at 10 !.t . _: .. ., . ._ ___,

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ing 450
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t, Dec. 6.-Gar Wood's new
ane with which he hopes to
the ocean race on the.Pacific
fring the holidays will be nam-'
D~etroit VI. Powered' with two
tier Liberty engines develop-
horsepower the, new craft is
:to bf considerably 'speedier
elast Miss Detroit, which
out 65 miles an hour.
gotore Wood ,also is overhaul-'
Mliss America I, for the Call-
)eed carniival.

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PhscsProfe so ,a Speak in Chicago'
Prot'.. Harrison M. Randall and sev-
eral other rhembers of the physics de-1
partmient have returned from Chicago
;vbre they attended a meeting of
h:' American Physical society last
week end in Chicago.
Prof. D. L. Rich, of the physics de-a
partment, read a paper upon, "Sound
i Pransmisaion of Sawdust Concrete,"
r the meeting. A' !paper upon "Cacu-
tam Spectra of Silicon," by Prof. R., A.
'awyer, of the physics department,
and R. F. Paton, formerly of the
physics department, was also read.
Swedish Paintings Comityg
Stockholm, Nov. 16.-One of the fin-
st Swedish art collections,_compris-
:ng masterpieces of Rembrandt, Van
D)yle, Rubens an(I Lebrun, is being
'jacked and will be sent to the United
Sdtes ror p~ublic sale.+

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loan:, will represent the 1 nit'ed Srate3 o'clock tomorrow' morning in room
at Paris in the conference on German 348 of the Engineering building. The
reparations payments to cover the meeting has been called by John Pol-
cost ofmaitennce of mercanhamus, president of the class, in or-{
cost of aintnane ofAmercander to take action on the plans for
troops on the Rhine.f all-University reparation for the lain-i
-- age caused b students in the (isor-
Resan Hinsdale Aidresses 8v A. R. (ders of :ast Sunday night.
Speaking on "Alichigau Antiqu ties"7,1 -I-_-
Dean Wilbert B. Hinsdale, custodian Uiden i Dance Rours Changd
of Michigan archaeology in the Mu- Announcement has been made that -1
seum, addresseds the Detroit chapter of the regular Friday evening informal
the Sons of the American Revolution dance at the Union tomorrow night-
last Tuesday nliglit. will be given from 10 to 2 o'clock in- I
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