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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFCIAL BULLTI

Publication In
the University.
Volume

the Bulletin is constructive notice to
Copy received mutil 3:3 p. m. (11:30
SUNDAY, DECEMBE Fi 10, i20

all members of
a. m. Saturday.
N'i t1er 66

To the Deans:
There will be no conference of the Deans Wednesday morning, Dccm-
her 13, at 10 o'clock, i the President's office.
M. L. BURTON.
Senate Council:
The third'regular meeting of the Senate Council for the year will be
held in the President's office Monday, Dec. 11, at 4:15 a. m.
F. E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
To All Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the Univer-
sity Library, are notified that all such books are due Monday, Dec. 11, on'
account of the impending Christmas vacation.
i'. L. D. GOODRICH,
Associate Librarian.
Consular Service:
All those who received pamphlets concerning the Consular Service and
who have finished reading them are earnestly requested to return sate to
Room 2, University Hall, inasmuch as the supply is exhausted and a num-
ber of students are desirous of obtaining information.
J. A. BURSLEY.
The Foreign Student's Holiday:
Lansing, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
lands at the University to spend their Christmas holidays in Lansing. The
men who wish information about this invitation will please report as soon
as possible to J. A. C. Hildner, Room 302, University Hall, M., T., Thr.,
Fr., 4-5 p. m. The women interested are asked to report to Dean Ham-
iltn a her regular consultation hours.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
Ex-ervice Men and Women:
All students who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
ing the European War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete
account of their service, are asked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue
Office, basement of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This ap-
plies to all University students, including those who saw service before
enrolling i the University for the first time.
aircutailing all former students has been completed. By means of
this notice only will students now in attendance at the University be cir-
cularized.
II. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
Public Lecture on Cancer:J
Dr. Erwin F. Smith of the U. S. Department of Agriculture will lecture
in the Natural Science Auditorium Monday afternoon, at 4:15 on "Twentieth
Century Advances in Cancer Research." Dr. Smith's own researches have
dealt '*" ',cially with .the resemblances of crown gall of plants to cancer,
but he will also discuss rat and frog tumors associated with the parasitic
worm infections, and experimental tumors caused by coal-tar products.
The lecture is under the auspices of the Department of Botany, but all
are invited who are interested in the subject.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Develop nt Committee, College of Engineering & Architecture:
There wi!1 bea meeting of the newly appointed Development Commit-
tee of the Faculty of the College of Engineering and Architecture. Monday
at 1:30 P. M. in Professor Hoad's office, Room 306, Engineering Building.
R. RALEIGH NELSON, Chairman.
Research Club:-
The December meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday.
December 13th at 8 p. m. in the Hlistological Laboratory. The following pa-
pers will be presented:
"Infra-red absorptjon spectra and their interpre ation in molecular me-
chanics" by Professor C. F. Meyer.
"Some curious anticipations of the Great War" by Dr. P. W. Slosson.
The Council will meet at 7:30 P. 241.
T. H. HILDEBRANDT, Secretary.
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!lCen's Eductionail Cbib:
There wit be a meeting of the Men's Educational Club on Monday, Dec.
11th, from 7:00 to 8:00, in room 318, Michigan Union. There will be a short
h s ness meeting and Professor Hollister will give some readings. This
,ill be the last meeting before the Holidays, let's make it a big ote.
L. H. BEACH, Secretary.
.Irid iit English Club:
The next meeting of the Graduate English Club wil be held on Monday
ev ping, Dec. 11, in the parlors of the Helen Newberry Residence, at eight
o'clock. Prof. Scott will speak.
MARIAN STUDLEY.
Womiien's Research Club:
There will be a meeting of the Women's Research Club on Monday,
1ec. 11, at 7:30 p. in., in room Z231 Natural Science Building. Papers
will be given by Professor Barbara H. Bartlett and Miss Helen Updegraff.
ELIZABETH L. THOMPSON, Secretary.
(omedy Club:
Will meet Monday evening, December 11, (not Wednesday as previ-
ously announced) in Sarah Caswell Angel Hall at 8 o'clock. Two one-
act plays by Floyd Dell: "Human Nature", and "The Chaste Adventures of
Joseph" will be presented.
C. J. DESBACH.
Viiversily of Ifichigan Varsity Band:
Monday, Dec. 11; Guests, dinner of Kiwanis Club. Chamber of Com-
merce Inn, 6:00 p. m. Uniform-full-dress without capes-instruments.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Sho:, 4:
The members of Sho 4 Class will visit the Cadillac Motor Co.'s plant
on Monday afternoon, meeting at the plant at 2:00 (Leave Ann Arbor on the
12:0 Interurban). Particular attention will be paid to organization, layout,
handling and routing material and machining.

convenience, transports his bride and
her lover to a tropical isle. There,
where only the most primitive mode
of existence offers itself, nature wasI
the umpire in a fight to see which man
should win the girl-her husband or
her lover~.
"Afraid to Fight," the attraction for
Wednesday and Thursday, presents
Frank Mayo in a fast-moving story
combining action with a good measure
of human psychoolgy. Mayo is seen
in the role of a world-war veteran,
bound by his word of honor not to
fight, and compelled to keep up the
manner of a coward.
Lillian Rich plays the leading fem-
inine role and Wade Bateler is a
Cartwright, Lydia Knott and Tom
"heavy" with a dark "past." E eggy
Kennedy also have important support-
ing roles.
A clever comedy-drama, full of ex-
citement and laughs, is "Sherlock
Brown," starring Bert Lytell, which
is being shown as the closing feature
of the week. Lytell appears as a
young clerk with an overwhelming
desire to become a detective. This
characterization gives the star, whoj
has been seen as the gentlemanly I
groom in a score of screen dramas, an
opportunity to be the pursuer instead
of the pursued.
WUERTR
"A Fool There Was," one of the
fourteen big special productions of the
1922-1923 list of William Fox pictures,
opens at the Wuerth today. The
screen version is based on the im-
mensely popular stage play inspired
by Kipling's poem, "The Vampire."
Estelle Taylor interprets the role
of the new vamp-1922 model--who
is entirely different from the once
famous type. She is the intellectuali
vamp. She doesn't let the man be-
come aware that she is "vamping"
him. She does not overdress and she
is always self-contained in her ac-
tions and in her wiles. She seeks to}
trap rather than to destroy, and she
really "vamzps" the man because she;
loves him.
Splendid support is given by Lewis
S. Stone, who portrays the fool, Irene
Rich as the wife, Marjorie Daw as
the fire-flashing little sister, iMlahlon
Hamilton and Wallace MacDonald.
"Just Tony," based on Max Brand'sI
novel, "Alcatraz," features the re-
markable talents of "Tony " the
trained horse which has been Tom
Mix's companion in each of his long:
series of western screen productions.

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Continued from Page Nine.)
stage and screen features of unusual
:.erit are offered. On the stage, War-
ing's Pennsylvanians, an orchestra
oi 11 university men, will show a sur-
prising difference between last year's
program and their present one. When
first seen at the Majestic, they were
olaying their first stage engagement.
Since leaving here they have played
13 weeks in Chicago at the Balaban
and Katz houses, including a long stay
-,t the magnificent Chicago theater.
They are just finishing an engagement
in Detroit of 12 weeks at the Capitol,
Madison and Adams theaters. On
Sunday afternoon, Tom Waring will
present "Sing Song Man"in costume,
exactly as seen at the Chicago the-
ater.
On the screen will be shown "Ebb
Tide," a delightful picturization of
Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Os-
arurne's famous story. The action of
the nicture is thrilling and fascinat-
ing with its peculiar characters and
strange adventures in the picturesque
South Seas. The plot is an interest-
'ng one with the locale of the story
partly in Tahiti and partly in a pearl-
ing island.
Noah Beery plays the role of the
hard-hearted, vindictive and relent-
less screen father of Lila Lee. James
Kirkwood makes an admirable hero,
while Raymond Hatton is such an ar
istic villain that one cannot help hat-
ing him.
A successful romantic novel that
hfr. run through countless editions has
been brought to the screen with Mat-
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Near State and Packard Streets

0. W. BOSTON.
rice Tourner's spectacular production
of "Lorna Doone," the attraction for
the remainder of the week. This pic-
ture is being sponsored' by the girls
of Martha Cook building for the ben-
efit of the Women's League fund.
A tremendous conflict is foreshad-
owed in the opening scenes when a
disheveled rider dashes into the
courtyard of the "White Horse Inn"
crying that the "bloody Doones are
abroad." Interest and breathless sus-
pense are maintained from this mo-
men:,
Madge Bellemy has been selected for
the title role while Frank Keenan is
seen in he role of 'old "Sir Ensor
Doone," the regal leader of the out-
law tribe whose stony old heart is fin-
ally won over by the captive Lorna.
ORPHEUM
"The Isle of Doubt," full of unex-
pected twists of romance and adven-
ture, will be the opening attraction
this week. Wyndham Standing stars
l as a two-fisted he-man who, when he
finds that he is merely a husband of

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DEC l1

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appreciate!
The giver
Will enjoy
giving them.
Some items
at very
attractive
prices.
Brief Cases
Bill Folds
Scarf Folds
Collar Cases
etc.
"The Quarry"
Drug and Prescription Store
6. CLAUDE DRAKE
PROPRIETOR

A whole lot of the make-believe has been
,iminated from selling operations in the
past ten years. The old idea that sales-
men were born to the sample-case, that
they carried some sort of a special diplo-
ma from the University of Pooh, has had
to break camp, along with the other
exploded theory which insisted that a
salesman must be a "good fellow", a man
of strange habits, tremendous stories,
and unquestioned qualities both as a
mixer, and as an assimilator.
Now we believe-nay, we know-
that the best salesman is the man who
knows most about his goods, and can
talk most interestingly about them.
This being the proven case, it isn't so
queer that engineering should find a real
and effective application in the selling

Engineering Sells, Too!

field, especially if the merchandise mar-
keted is an engineering product that is
bought and operated by engineers.
Every engineer who now engages in
the sale and distribution of Westinghouse
products feels that he is doing work
worthy of his training-for he is carrying
Service and Sincerity to Industry, and
to mankind! He is out where the fighting
is often the fiercest, and he is putting up
a battle for the things that he believes
are right. And a man can't expect, nor
ask, a bigger chance than that!
Sixty percent, approximately, of the
engineering graduates who come to
Westinghouse find their way eventu-
ally into some phase of selling. And
we are proud to have them there-and
they are glad to be there!

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