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GT THE MICHIGAN -DAIL DEDAA

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AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN I

PLAN RESUBMISSION Pilots Locomotive
OF ARMLEGSLAION Two-Score Years
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ication in
University.
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the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
)VER ESDAY, JANUARY :3, 1023 Number 71

To the Deans and Others Responsible for Submitting Budgets for Iude.
pen dent Unit's of the University:
A conference of all those responsible for submitting budgets for inde-
pendent units of the University will be held in the President's Office at
10 a. mn. Wednesday, Jan. 3.
In addition to the Deans, the attendance at this conference is desired
of the Secretary of the University, the Librarian, the Directors of Hygiene
and Public Health, the University Hospital,. University Etxtension, and the
Museums, the Commandant of the Department of Military Science and Tac-
tics; and the Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
M. L. BUR'TON.
Supleme~ntary Annotincemenf, College of Literature, Science, and thei Art; :
Material should be handed to me at once for the Supplementary An-
nouncement of changes or additions in second semester courses. These
should come though or be approved by the head of the department.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
foindt-gee on Diploma Schools:
The University Committee on Diploma Schools will meet in the office
of President Burton, Friday, Jan. 5, at 3:30 o'clock.
J. B. EDMiONSON.
CIVYl Euglneerilig 42:
All reports will -be due on Thursday,. Jan. 11, 1923. This includes stu-
dents who, by special arrangement, will complete the course in the second
semester. J. H. BATFJMAN.
Track Theory:
Class in Track Theory, Educ. VIII-43b will meet ini Waterman gymna-
sium Thursday, Jan. 4, 1923, at 3 p. in.
ARCHIE HAHN.
Paderew ski Concert, January 8:
Ignace Jan Paderewski will give the following program in Hill Audi-
torium Monday evening, Jan. 8. at 8 o'clock: Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue
(Bach); Sonate Op. III (Beethoven), Madstoso, Allegro con brio ed ap-
passionate, Arietta, Adagio molto semplice e cantabile; Sonate, Op. II
(Schumann), Introduzions un poco adagio, Allegro vivace, Aria, Scherzo e
intermezzo, Finale, Allegro uin poco maestoso.- Ballade F major Op. 38,
Nocturne B Major, Op. 62, Etudes Nos. 12,, 7, 3, Op. 10, Mazurka. No. 3, Op.
39, Valse Op. 42 (Cho in) ; Nocturne (Paderewski), Hungarian Rhapsody
(Liszt) A limited numer of standing 'room tickets are still av ailable
at the University School of Music.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Womn's FacultyClub:
The Women's Faculty Club will hold its next.. meeting Thursday, Jan.
4, at 2:34 in the Michigan Union Assembly Hall. CAt .BTS

STA~TE REALTORS PROPOSE LAWS
FA VO RALE TO A(GRIC"U,-
TUBRAL I TEUESTS
Flint, Mich., Jan. 2.-Rlesubmission
to the people at the next general elec-
tioa~ of the proposed constitutional
amendment permitting excess con-
demnation of land. and legislation fav-
orable to agricultural interests are
among the various bills the Michigan
AReal Estate association will seek to
have introduced in the 1923 state leg-
islature. This is announced by E. C.
Batdorff of Flint, executive secretary
of the association.
The excess condemnation proposal
was defeated at the general election
last November. The aids to agricul-.
ture desired are improved. markets
and better farm credits.
Other proposals the association will

industrial city at Tsurumi between
Toklo and Yokohama, for the Shibau-
ra Engineering company, which is as-
sociated with the General Electric
company of America.
This firm has decided, owing to the
lack of space in' the vicinity of its
present plant, to move bodily to Teur-
um. Besides the buildings, there will
be water, sewage and street car sys-
tems to be installed as well as the
1other public utilities that go to make!
up a modern town.
Got something for sale;' A "Daily"
6he Daily will find it.-Adv.'
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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HALSEY'S
DANCE STUDIOS
Ilours 1-5, 7-10 Wuerth Arcade

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seek to have brought before the legis-
laturo are:
{Establishment of a preferential tax
rate for Michigan securities for the
benefit of Michigan agriculture and
~industry and to keep Michigan money
at home.
Changes in the corporation tax law,
passed as an emergency compromise
measure at the last session, which
would eliminate from the tax con-
rtact assets otf realty companies, which
can be cashed in only at discounts,
and elimination of the $10,000 maxi-
mum tax, and reduction of the min-
imum, which now is $50.
Simplification of the numerous laws
governing termination of land con-
tracts, regarded by the realtors as
complex.
Liberalization of building and loan
'ssociation laws to encourage estab-
lishment of such, organizations, the as-
sociation believing w'ich concerns
have a stimulating influenrce on build-
'ng and home owning.
Establishment of a separate real
estate department in the state govern-
m rent to supervise issuance of licenses
-nd administer general real estate
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STRICTLY ROME COOKING*

HEPLER'S
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Engineer Billy Nalsnilth
Billy Naismith has been driving a
locomotive over the Cheyenne division
of the Union Pacific for 45 years with-
out an accident or a call-down. He
now pilots the Los Angeles Limited
and is rated as one~ of the system's
crack engineers.
A1MERICAN BUILDERS WIN
MNY JAPANCONTRACTS'
?Tokio, Jan. 2.-Construction wvork

1923

CALENDARS AND DIARIES

EXCELSIOR

Lair~'~ of MiichigAn Varsity Band:
Jan.. 3, 2923-Formation at Waterman Gymnnasiumi for Mich.-M, A.
.. r-.4.. -. f v fi li. nifo'rm. BookS.

W A H ' * UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE,

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DAVIS, EI)MONSON, WOOD)Y

under way
contracting

in Japan by American
firms represents several

basketball game. Instrumnt
CHAT'S GOING
NOT ICE--Copy for this coluii
be submitted by 5 :30 a'
the day before publication.
WEDNESDAY
7:00--0,ha mber of ComImerce
in room 302, Union.
7 :30-31. A. C. Nasbetbmll
Water man gymnasium.
L-NOTICES
All gFrp pictures forr the 19
igAnieiulan must be taken
the mouth of January. Al
patties, sororities, house cl'
camUpus organizations must
their space in the 'Ensias
tl &ese pictures can be taken
Penn Library IJ
Trysting P

'WILFRED WILSON, Director. ATEDTAHR'ME million of yen, with prospects of a
AT DTECESMETmuch larger, volume.}
The. George A. Fuller company. al-
farmerst will have prominent places, Prof. Calvin 0. Davis,, Prof. James' ready has completed several office
on the programs of the annual meet-;,113. Edmonson, and Prof. Clifford, buildings in Tokio, Yokohama and
ings of the farmers' organizations of I moody, of the school of Education, at- !Kobe and has started on others in the
I the prairie provinces at their meet- tended a meeting of the 'Michiganj capital. Stone and Webster, Inc., of
ings this month. a State' Teachers' association held Boston have in hand the construction
r-- The United Farmers of Manitoba? 'hursdlay, December 28, 1922, in Lan- of a high dam, hydro-electric plant
- hul meet in Branden, January '9-12, the, sing. t on the. Slo river in Toyama Prefect-
un souldUnited Farmers of Alberta at Cal- An address by Prof. Allen S. Whit- I ure,:1 which is the largest in Japan, its
'clock o Igary, January 16-19, and the Saskat- rey, who wvas unable to attend, wau ulim ate capacity being 70,000 kilo-
" ~chewan Grain Growers meet in Sas- 'ad by Thomas E. Johnson, super-' wats. It is designedl to supply the
katoon January 26-30. The Farm Wo-1 tendent of public instruction, at thef various industries of -the west coast as
men's organizations will meet at the; association's Banquet Thursday night. well as those' in the larger industrial
lnceting same time. The three conventions will - centers.
represent approximately 50,000 organ-! The Michigan Calendar-limited edi- The most important of the new
game W ized farmers.I tion, 75c. Take one home with you. work, for which the -American firms
Since the last convention the farm- Wahr's University Blookstore-Adv. wxill bid, is the building of a small
ers in Manitoba have gained control------
of the legislature and formed a gov- iF IA A~!ltt~t l l
93ernment.. Political organization will 4 b~Eh!iI hu~UU
~23 ich-form a part of the discussions as the
n during three. organizations are committed to E'I a 1.A AC.ANDR.. va I
Ifrater - political action, provrincially andl fed- i
lb,,and erll. EASAN
t pay for :
AHISTORY MELT,' STEAM FTTN
Prof. Arthur E. Beak, of the history
oc ldeatmnread 'a paper dealing wit]-; 215 E. HURON PHONE 214-Fl
jone of the papyri in the University's : "10111 X3MS
colletion t themeet n f theAmer - _________________________________________

MARSHMALLOW WRAPPED IN CARAMEL.

MacDiarmid's Candies

71 5 North University Avenue

Ann Arbor

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Start the New

Year, right!

Make up your mind you are going to hear the new Victor Records every month. Here are
the new ones for January.; We are ready to play them for you. Drop -in.

hiladelphia, Pa., Jan.; 2.-Students - o1ecil'LG m ils 1L m_--
using the library of the Univer- jIscan 'Historical association held in:
V of Pennsylvania, as a trysting New Haven, Conn., December 27, 28.
.c instead of a place of a study and 29. Several other associations mecA
J and an addition is needed to take at 'the same time all of them bein;
e of the surplus. the guests of Yale university.
tudenta have complained that On Friday evening, December 29.
,ny use the library as 'a place to Secretary of State Hughes 'spoke on
et and whisper "dovetalk" and in th oiyo u oeneti el
s manner crowd: out the studious' Ing with economic conditions in Eur-
opt. Mr. Hughes recommended that.
s" I an economic commission consistinY~
Lfl additional floor was added too ersnaieso aiu on
;library last summer and thisac-j triJ~i meet to consider a solution to
ximodates '200 more students, but; these conditions.
overcrowded condition still pre-, Other members of the University
,Is. It may be necessary to, erect a fclyt tedwr rfsosC
w alfo td purposes. H. Van Tyne, Boak, U. B. Phillips, and
A. L. Cross, and W. Freeman Galpin,
NADIAN FARMERS WILL i Eber M. Carroll, and Arthur S. Ai-
DISCUSS MARKET PROBLEMS ton, instructors in history.
Winnipeg, Man., Jan. '2.-Grain mar-, Michigan Song Book, Memory
jung problems, featuring the cea,' Books, Banner and Pennants at
n of a National Wheat Boar~d and Wahr's University Bookstore-Adv.
Canadian bank act as related to , _ ___
.question of longtime credits for~ For Taxi 25c 445.-Adv.

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No matter where your business
may call yeu, your family .is no
farther away from you than
the nearest telephone.,
MICHIGAN STATE TELEPHONE CoU.
Let~ Them Hear Your Voi- Ue Long Distarze*

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ADDRESSES BY THE PRESIDENT
Address at Hoboken (May 23, 1921)' President Warren G. Harding
Address at Washington (November 12, 1923) Pr~esident Warren G. Harding
POPULAR CONCERT AND OPERATIC
21adoline (E. J. Gill-S. Nelson) Emilio de Gogorza
:Three O'clock in the Morning (Terris-Robledo) John cCoramack
Tosca-Vissi d'arte. (Love and Music) (Puccini) In Italian Maria Jerltza
Mother in Ireland (Gfiffen-Kahn-Lyman) John McCormack
Madame Butterfly-Un bel di vedremo In Italian Amielita Galli-Curei
Purltana-Ah per semnpre (To Me Forever Lost) In Italian Giuseppe, de Luca
Songs My Mother Taught Me (Dvorak)* Geraldine Farrar
Romeo and Juliet--Juliet's Waltz Song. (Gounod) In French Lucrezia Borl
MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL
Auscassin and Nicolette (Canzonetta) (F. Kreis'er) Violin Solo F. Kreisler
Waltz and Elfin ]Dance (Greig) Piano Solo Sergei ;Rachmaninoff
March of thie Caucasian Chief (Ippolitow-Iwanow) Philadelphia Orchestra
Spanish Dance (Granados-Kreisler) Violin Solo Jascha Heifetz
Les Preludes-Part i (Liszt) t Mengelberg and N. Y: Philharmonic' Orchestra
Les Preludes-Part 2 (Liszt) M1endelberg and N. Y. Philharmonic Orchestra,
Ifungarlan Rhapsody, No. 10 (Liszt) Piano Solo Ignace Jan Paderewskl
lanisot March Arthur Pryor's Band
Iili~tes March Arthur Pryor's Band
'Twas in the Month of May-Katinka International Novelty Orchestra
Chinese Billikens (from " Chauve- Souris" International Novelty Orchestra
Pianotlage (No. 4 from "Piano Syncopations") Piano Solo Roy Bargy
Knice and Knifty (No. 6 from "Piano Syncopations") Piano= Solo Roy-Bargy
LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS
Bella the-Belle o' Dunooni Sir Harry Lauder
The Sunshine of a Ronnie Lassie's. Smile Sir Harry Lauder
Apple Blossoms Elsie Baker
C0p0i's Garden Olive' Kline
'Neath the South Sea Moon (from "Ziegfld Follies") Lamnbert M1urphy
Japanese Moon Olive Kline
The Hens of His Garment Homer Rodeheaver
Better Each Day Homer Rodeheaver-Mrs. William Asher
Carry Me 'Back to liy Carolina Home Campbell-Buirr.
A Picture Without a France Peerless Quartet
Lovin' Sam (with The Virginians) Miss Patricola
Away :Down East In Maine (with The Virginians) Miss Patricola
Homesick Billy Murray-Ed Smualle
You Tell Her, I Stutter Billy Murray

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have single cuff's which
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DANCE RECORDS
A Kiss In the Dark-Mled, Waltz (from "Orange Blossoms") The Serenaders
The Waltz Is Made for Love--Med. Waltz (from "The Yankee Princess") The Serenaders
All Muddled Up-Fox Trot Zez Confrey and His Orchestra
True Blue Samr-Fox Trot Zez Confrey and His, Orchestra
Sweetheart Lane-Med. Fox 'rot Whiteman and His Orchestra
(From "Greenwich Village Follies"
The Yankee Princess-Med. Fox. Trot Whitemnan and His Orchestra
Kiss Mama, Kiss Papa-Fox Trot The Virginians
Choo-Choo Blues-Fox Trot Tihe Virginians
The World is Waiting for thme Sunrise-M-fed. Fox Trot The. Benson Orch._.of Chicago.
Tomorrow Morning--Fox Troit The Benson Orch. of Chicago
I'm Going to Plant Myself inInMy Old Plantaion Home-Fox Trot
Zez Confrey and His Orchestra
Swanee Smiles-Fox Trot Clyde Doerr and His Orchestra
Pack Up Tour Sis-Fox Trot (from "Music Box Revue) Whiltemnan and His Orchestra
Crinoline Days-Fox Trot (from "Music Box Revue") 'Whiteman amnd His Orchestra

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