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__________________________TI (E MICHIGAN DAIL1 SuNDAYJA

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"Mystery, Man"
WHAT'S O ING ON! Ot Debt Mission

BOARD LETS FIELD PRELIMINARY SQUAD FO0R
HO USE CON TRACTS MIDWS EAECHOSEN

Establish Air Route to Cuba ular air mail service has been insti- ited States. Present r
Havana, Jan. 13.-(By A.P.) -Reg- tuted between this city and the Uni- trigs six clays a week.

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CE--CoI~y for this column should
tiubmitted by .5:30 o'elock of
day before pudblication.
SUNDAY
-Univeorsity Men's Bible class
A in Lane hall.
- Congregational Men's Bible
is Inmeets at Congregational

Sanctions, Resolution of Senior Lits
to Give kirk Memor-
ial

TWENTY-TWO MEN PICKED
TRYOUTS YESTERDAY AD
FRIDAY NIGHT

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10:30-Ba8yonne club meets in room
Sol", Union.
12 00-Students' class meets in Church
of Christ. Subject, "John the Am-
bitious."
12:00--Prof. 11. D. Henderson speaks
at Presbyterian church.
12:00-Women Student class meets at
Congregational, church. Professor
Humnphreys leads.'
12:00-Baptist guild meets at Baptist
Guild house. Mr. Chapman leads.!
8:00-Liberal club meets in room 30,,
Union.
4:15--Faculty concert In Hill anudi-
torium.
0 :30-Social hour of the Presbyterian
Young Peoples' society at Presby-
teriar. church.
6:30-Presbyterian Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets at. Presbyterian church.
Subject, "Is the Golden -Rule Appli-
cable to Modern' Student Life ?"
Rose Barton, '23Ed, leads.
6:00-Baptist guild friendship hour in
Baptist church parlors.
6 :34--Baptist~ guild devotional neect-
ing.
6:30-- Congregational students' fire-
side chat. Subject, "A Creed for
1923.",
7 :80--Unirersity service i Hill and s-;
torium. Dr. H. K. W. Kunmm

--- Twenty-six persons tried out for the
APPROVE APPOINTMENT OF ! Mid-West Varsity debating squad yes-!
CRItOSS (COUNTRY MANAGER terday morning,, from whom ten were
____ chosen by the faculty of the public
4 Three contracts for construction ;speaking department to continue in!f
the process of elimination for places
lwork on the new field house were let on the two teams. The ten chosen are:
yesterday to Detroit concerns by the C. J. Cole, '23, Gerrit Demmink, 23;
Board in Control of Athletics. The H. W. Glasgow, '24, R. A. Hicks, '24,1I
contracts awarded were to the H. G.; P. T. Kilborn, '23, Harold Latta, '24,
W. A. Morunga, F. R. Nyberg, '25L,
Christman 'company for general con- ila Shre'2anMlvnSe-
struction work, the, Federal Cementtr,'5Si
ter,25.Sixminute talks on different
Tile company for roofing work; and phases of the question were 'given by
the University buildings and grounds thfaddts
department for the plumbing, heating, t anspialeetnsfth.d h
and ventilation of the building. House of Representatives held FridayI
With these contracts formally com- night, the following men were chosen
rleted, general construction work on for the Mid-West squad: C. A. Ben-'
the field house will be rapidly push- dict, '24, A. C. Beam, '25Ed., Walter
ed forward. The foundation also done Lustfleld, '25, R. L. Alexander, '2r'
iny the Christman company, and the; L. J. Glasgow, '25, and J. B. Glasgow,~
4eeIstrctur wok ae boh cm- 23. J. M. Clifford, '25, was chosen as
pleted. ; in alternate.
Alswo e Cros Coun~ry Managership! Six persons were also picked fronrj
Approval of the resolution of the [the Alpha Nu debating society at
Athletic Board of Directors for the',their meeting Friday night. They arej
establishment of a cross country man- W. B. Johnson, E, H. Salzman, '25,
iagersh3p" was given by the board. The E. W. Cory, '24, H. Taylor, '23, R. C)
Nmanager will be picked as are man-I Masters, '24, and W:' S. Rae, '24.
s of the other teams and will as- Another elimination contest will be
.e suetes; epetv uis held at 8 o'clock next Saturday morn-r
will also be entitled to a position inininro 30Manhllwete
tt the manger's "M" club. Lawrence squad will be reduced to 14. On the
-W. Snell,/'23, track manager, will takefolwnwektewoeasilbc
-charge of the work for the present. chosen. The teams will debate with
The board gave official sanction to' Illinois and Wisconsin universities on
-the resolution of the senior literary March 16."

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? since hIs arrival in U. S.
Montague Collett Norman, govern-
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member of the British debt cominis-
sion in the United States to negotiate
the funding of the British debt, is
known as the "mystery moan" of Great
Britain. But Americans see little my-
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speak
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ks' ~checkered blouses has been receiv- 'toassto Uive s it a aet eia to _
edi the late Bernie Kirk to be placed in IdiaNoto etWetVgia
MOr ,Ax -w -the field house. Definite action on; Bloomington, Ind., Jan. 13-(By A.
Cryouts for tihe Cerele Francais WA D A'P.)- h etbihen fti mmra s Indeelanaoo University will not meet
eherkmeinroom 0,0ouhwi,.. to be taken by the senior class at its West Virginia on the gridiron next
eberka'etinro 30, DENTAL ASSENIBLY meigWednesday. fall, according to announcement made
metig
~sa' fo .o 2.hsi In regard to the newly formed Var- today by E. 0. (Jumbo) Stiehn, direc-
s, Union.. Dean Marcus L4. Ward of the dental sity hockey and swimming teams, tro tltc tIdaa et
rfas~ma club mneets In room 304, college, was the chief speaker Friday contracts with coaches for both squads 'elam university poal iltk h
wereh munanert oa h
at the opening of the eighth state dis- wr approved and the schedules of plchfte1onanercal
xtraSeres oncrt ii illtrit detalconentonhel Frdaygames announced as official. The in- Stiehn said.
oriumu. Detroit Symphony or-tecleaehokyegu clsfr
;ra, .Kathryn Meisle, contralto, and yesterday at Saginaw. The open-; games with both Wisconsin and Min- Wright Named A111a Grid Captain
ing artist. Ing luncheon was attended by about nesota. The next two puck contests! Alma, Mich.,. Jan. '13-(By. A.P.)-
U-NOTICES 300 people. will be held Jan. 19 and 20 with Wiis- Rodgers Wright of Croswell tonight
qs officers mpst have their Irc Dean Ward declared that the Uni- consin when the team will travel to; was elected 1923 captain of the Alma
for t>e Michiganensiant tak~en versity was one of the leading schools ! A nnounce Swimnming Schedule College football team. Wright star-
ace as these must be in theio n the country in its development of Madison. red at Center on last year's eleven.
sof the engravers this week. '' the dental department, and also said Announcement of the swimmingI
up pb*azma for the 1923 Mch- that western universities as a whole schedule was as follows: M.A.C., Jan. ! New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
s.a must be taken during; were far ahead of others in the devel- 26 at Lansing, Indiana, Feb. 17 atAnn; and Co. State Street.-Adv.
~ 3annary All fratr- opmen of thesecouses Arbor, Northwestern, Feb. 19 at Ev7 di
* wrortj. huseclbsan Dr Bod . Grdner oftle Oalanston, M.A.C., Feb. 23 at Ann Arbor,.a Try a Classified A-i pays.-Adv.
i G'ganisation8 rmust pay for? surgery department of the Mayo clin- and March 17 Western conference
.~eIn the 'Enslan before ic, tochester, Minn.; Dr. 'C. P. Lowery championship meet at Evanston. !
pfetures can be taken. Ap-. and Dr. Charles Land, of Detroit; Dr. March 3 and 10 are open dates forj DOROTHY B OR
motesoudbemaewihJohn Travis of this city, and Dr. Hugh which meets with Ohio State Univer- i-OOH B OR
gaphers direct. w Cabot, dean of the Medical school {sity are being negotiated. t ~CHIROPRACTOR
engneers can now secure their; were also on thme program. 606 -1st Nat'l Bank Bldg.
i, blouses at Wuerth's 'clothing ---- -- New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild H fours, 1-6 pim. Phone 401J
as a seondshipemi of200 Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. and Co. State Street.-Adv. giiIiIunuouittiigiF

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WeekFesivites:J-If p .~essgesThe same as we furnshed the Hop
Before you make arrangemnents for the for.. last year,
Dances, Parties and Other Functions, see r" Let us supply the drinks.
me. r rpre osreyu 'r a terntites One glass calls "for another.
"HARRY" WE GUARANTEE PLENTY OF DICK~
Sororities House Clubs
PA1 . Individual CAN IS
We will be equipped on i-Hop Wee:k-End Partes In Your House colors.
to hndl patie, lrgeor mal. IMade Fresh in Our Own Spotless Kitchc
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