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ui i *xcep at- - .
Building Excevations

Remnants of an ancient peat bog
timated to be more than'50,000 years
d have been discovered in the ex-

of peat were washed into the gravel
forming the bed of.the glacier, where
they remained for thousands of years

cavation for the new literary build- until the steam shovel again brought
ing. None of the fragments discover- them to light.
ed are large, while most of them are
exceedingly small. Nevertheless, they
are enough to indicate clearly the 7:
former existence of a bog in the near;C 0A CE R T
vicinity of the campus. as d n
'When the discovery was madte in
the literary building excavation,j
search was made in the hole for the A varied program of piano and Yo
physics building which resulted in A-carici p ogamnfSuna fe-'
the discovery there of similar evi- cal music was given Snday after-
dence. i noon at Hill auditorium as one of the
Prof. H. I. Bartlett of the botany Faculty concert series by Mrs. EmmaI
department has made a number of' Fischer-Cross, pianist, Mrs. Lorna
photograph's of the places where the IHooper Warfield, soprano, and the
peat was found. Prof. I. D. Scott ofM
the geology department has also been Stanley chorus.
engaged in photographingi the loca- Mrs. Cross' first number, Tschai-
tions for more intensive study. kowsky's "Meditation", left no posi-
According toyrofessor Bartlett, the tive impression, though her Interpre-
movements of the glaciers that at one tation of Schuett's paraphrase of
time covered the spot are responsible Strauss' "Southern Roses"* was de-
for the formation. In the sweeping cidedly stronger. -
backward and forward small pieces Mrs. Warfield sang a group of Ger-
- * =man songs by Brahms and Wolfe.1
THE'ATTRSDECIN~E OFFER "Mainacht" and "Vergebliches Stand-

'program are under way to include URSboth the sport and to the athlete.
FRATRNIIES GUY I N Michigan's Al Jolson, James J. John- I L CA PSASAL bt thdenst adr ton e d atlte
S . 1,1 son,'23, a 'vocal quartette, and a M K S whole set of resolutions a farce. Ev-
saxaphone sextette. r en the women students took active
9- I.__r_ 60 CH9061part in the affair and sided entirely
with the male element on the stand
taken.
What is said to be the largest single YES TERDA Y IN NORTHWSTERN IN UPROAR AS RE-
transfer of real estate in the history'iJ SULT OF ATTACK BY SMALL The Michigan Calendar-limited edi-;
of Ann Arbor was made known yes- --#IfGROUP OF PROFESSORS tion, 75c. Take one home with you.'
erday when it was announced that - -==__==Wahr's University Bookstore-Adv.
the Delta Theta Phi and Sigma Phi Nominations made several, weeks Students at Northwestern university
Epsilon fraternities had purchased ago by President arding to the Unit- have risen in unison in protest against Let a gtDaily classified ad rent that
two Zimmerman homes at 1811 an ed States Coal commission were con- h ry acant room for you.-Adv.
1805 Washtenaw avenue respectively. firmed by the senate. the charges hurled at football by a y
The Delta Theta Phi fraternity will small group of professors at the Pur-
occupy the Jarger of the two. houses The annual supply bill for the de- ple institution. You Wil Learn. More Rapidly
next July after extensive alterations partment of commerce and labor, car-' Thiprofessors' advised trIn Few
have been made to suit.it for the new rying $25,800,000, was reported by the These reorsaised eithe
a heewholesale reorganization of the PRIVATE LESSONS
purposes. Bids have been opened :to house appropriation committee. ,sport or an abandonment and student
severalPsleadingHfurnitureindesigners- .indignation rose to such a height that HALSEY'S DANCE STUDIOS
who are submitting plans for the in- President Harding approved court talk of circulating petitions about the
tenor furnishings. martial findings on midshipmen at the campus for the removal of the agita-
. Similar plans are outlined by the Naval Academy in connection with re- tors flowed freely. It seems that the
Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity which! cent hazing. professors in question are members of
expects'to occupy its new home about the Northwestern chapter of the
July 1923. The residences are located Secretary Hughes, at a hearing be- American Association of University
on a tract of land comprising approxi- ofre a house committee, emphasized Professors and President Walter Dill
mately five acres about equally divid- the necessity of adequately compen- Scott hastened to inform the students SILK HOSIERY
ed between the two fraternities, sating men who enter the diplomatic that the attitude of this small group
In addition to his above transaction, f and consular service. was not at all indicative of the gen- SILK AND WOOL HOSIERY
Charles L. Brooks, realtor, also ef- eral feeling of the faculty towards the
fected :a sale of property located at I Chief Justice Taft expressed will- grid game. 'WOOL HOSIERY
192'3-1925 Geddes avenue which has wigness to testify at the house Judi- Only a Minority GLOVES
a frontage of 112 feet on Geddes and clary committee's hearing on the Kel- The president declares that the agi-
4 lar impeachment charges against At- tation was instigated by only one- JEWELRY
by the Acacia Alumni Association in o erthirteenth of the fauclty members and
order to provide for a new home ne- torney Genera Daugherty. that this small minority were express- 'COLLAR BAGS
cessitated by the acquisition of their ing themselves for the benefit of a na-
present site by the University for Further reduction in railroad rates :inlthemselvet or th it o ay TRAVELING BAGS
the new Law club and Dormitory. on hay and grain was urg- at an in- affected the government of the uni-
The Acacia's plan to build on their terstate commerce cmisn afverscty.
new property a first unit to cost ap-' ingby representatives of a number . Athletic Director Dana M. Evans BATH ROBES
proximately -5,000. of states west of the Mississippi. refuted every charge loaded against SILK SHIRTS
--- the present conduct of the sport by I
EUROPE LOOKS TO IT. S. TO The teasury apuropration bill was asking pertinent questions . He says PAJAMAS
PREVENT CONFERENCE SPLI made ready after a brief hearing for that the football team provides the:
:reporting from the committee to the1 income which makes possible the oth-
senate tomorrow with but few amend- er branches of physical work that are
(Continued from- age One) ments. not profitable nor even self-support-
10. general plan to solve the dead- ipg from a financial standpoint. "How
ock itracticallyoffered to cancelfromaExpansion of the federal govern- would the professors who are protest-
rance's debt to Great .Britain as an -ment's cancellation proceedings to en- ing against football as a commercial TWOs
inducement for scaling down the able It to deal effectively with nation- enterprise obtain funds to support the STATE STREET
tmount of the inonetary demands up- Widle labor dispute was advocated by Intramural games they favor?" he
'nGermany.- The-French, Italian,.and ay
rlm iLL cbWiLLI 'a SD irport.ased

Private Lessons in
BALL1ET 1)ANCING
ORIENTAL I)ANCING
AESTHETIC DANCING
MODIERN
BALL-ROOM IPANCING

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JEANETTE
KRUSZKA JOHNSON
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~ESTION

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OF REPARATION FUND
(Continued from Page One)
whelming proportion of the students
of the University. We navt_ known
from the beginning that you were mis-
represented by the small group of ir-
responsibie men who precipitated the
occurrence the evening of Nov. 26.
Match FPirness and Sportsmanship
"Your expressed opinion which we
accept s representing the attitude of
the students as a whole is to us all
that s neceseary, We believe that you
- ,f- "ow stu'erts will see the
fair-mindedness and justice of that
policy.
"We therefore cannot, of course.
thirk o° r ceivine any of the funds
ra1i 1y the students. The action is
highly commendable and we want the
public to know that your spirit of
fairness is fully matched by our spir-
it of sportsmanship."
UIVERSJTY EMPLOYE HAS
110 YEAR OLD GERMAN SANTA

chen" (Brahms), and "Ach im Malen"
(Wolfe), stand out as the most inter-I
esting. Mrs. Warfield's voice is so-
prano with contralto leanings and her
high notes are in consequence rather
thin. Her choice of songs, however.
avoided this fault. Occasional rough
breathing marred some of her num-
bers.
The Stanley chorus, under the cap-
able direction of Mrs...William Wheel-
er, was the most prominent feature
of the concert. Their ensemble work
was good.
Elgar's "The Snow" was beautiful
with its accompaniment of two vio-
l lins, and "Baby is Sleeping", by Bain-
bridge Crist, had an odd. charm rem-
iniscent of his Chinese Nursery
5 Rhymes. The audience received this
Crist composition with less enthisi-
asm than the others due to the un-
expected manner of the piece.
Mrs. Cross's playing of the solemn
Schubert-Liszt "Du 'Bist die Ruh" in
her second appearance was impress-
ive. "Arabesk'e" (Leschetizky) was of
a lighter nature.

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KNIT JACKETS
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BELTS AND BUCKLES

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Mrs. Warfield .closed the program
(Continued from Page Qne) with Max Bruch's dramatic""Ave Ma-
small child. In those days Santa evi- ria".
dently was attired in a somewhat dif--
ferent fashion than the accustomed Scott Addresses.Graate Club I
garb of today, his coat being brown Professor Scott, of the rhetoric de-
instead of the modern red. partent, spoke before the Graduate
Mr. Schaible has decorated another English club at their monthly meeting
tree that stands in the library, this held at 8 o'clock last eevning in the
one with its modern trimmings an7 parlors of the -Helen Newberry 'resi-
electric lights in strange- contrast deuce.
with the one of the olden days with He described several English schol E
the few ornaments of ancient times ars with whom he had come into per-
and the several cakes and candies fes- sonal contact when in England.

tigian premiers, witn the starts of
experts, will embark for home tomor-
row morning. This conference resem-
bled several of its predecessors in
that the conferees insist that it can-
not be considered a failure,. and that
its dissolution cannot be described as
a deadlock, and in general, there is a
better understaniding among them
than before they met,.
UNION ORCHESTRA BOOKED
FOR SUMMER TOUR IN EUROPE
. (Continued from Page One)
by James J. Johnson, '23. Carl M.
Boswell,.'24. E. Johnson will sing the
popular number, "Mr. Gailagher and
Mr. Shean."
The orchestra has received the add-
ed distinction of being asked to playt
in an 18 piece combination for the
Scarab ball in Detroit, said to be the
most -elaborate party given each year
in the. West. Preparations for this

- - Would Lack Supervision
Hollister Givres eadting I In answer to the resolution advocat-
Prof T.oHollister ,ofe ing student control of teams, Evans
Prof. D. T. Holhister, othe public 'wanted to. know how many parents
speaking department, presented sev- of the athletes would be willing to
eral readings from Mark Twain at have their sons participate in a sport
the meeting of the Men's Educational under the supervision of an inexper-
club last .night at the union. ienced student. He labeled the plan
After the readings a business meet- as one that would be dangerous to
ing was held.
- , HALSEY'S
STRICTLY HOME COOKING DANCE
STUDIOS
HEPLER'S THE SCHOOL PREMIERE
We Speclalize in
STUDENT TeachIng
BALLROOM DANCING

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tooning its branches. In addition he
has, according to his usual custom.
decorated many rooms of the Engin-1
Bering building with wreaths of ev-
ergreen, and has issued special invi-;
tations to all of the faculty and stu-
dents totattend his exhibition.
Explosion 1ills Five
Scranton, Pa., Dec. 1.-The death
total tonight stood at five from the ex-
plosion that today demolished four
mills and several smaller buildings of
the Black Diamond Powder Co. Plantl
at Suscon, Pa., eight miles from here
and rocked the nearby communities.:

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