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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY FEBRUARY 21,

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New Counselor
In Teapot Cases
IDATION Is Hard At Work
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Engineer's Plan
Ball For Tonight.
Special entertainment is planned
for the Engineering society dance to

SENIOR LIT CANES MAY
BE ORDEREDHERE TODAY'
Senior Lit canes are now on display
at Wadham's and Co. on State street

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STIC ACTION FOLLOWS
X.VES$IVE UNEXCUSED BOLTS
mplete figures, showing the num-
>f students in the literary college
have been placed on probation,
ing, or received various notices:
the Administrative board in re-
to scholarship, were given out ;
erday by Registrar Arthur G. Hall
result of a meeting of the Ad-J
strative board held Tuesday night
Tree hundred and twenty-six stu-
s were placed on probation by the
d a5 a result of their work last
ester, it was announced.. The pro-
on of 220 students was continued
pug the total list 546. This form
iscipline was raised for 169 stu-

Fire broke out in the office of the be held tonight at Granger's. Among
contractor or the new Medical build- ther leatures Tang and Tavaris will
ing at 11:45 o'clbck Tuesday night. i e letions. Punch will al-
The office housed many of the plans Bill Watkins will furnish the music
and specifications for the new build- for the (lancing which will continue
ing. Most of the specifications, time from nine to one. Tickets at $1.25
records and other data were saved but are on general sale at Wahr's and
the plans were scorched beyond ree- Graham's bookstores and may also
l ognition. Duplicates are available, be secured at the door.
however, and work on the medical
building will not be hindered. I
The tool room where the fire start-
ed was damaged the worst. More I
than 75 shovels and 50 saws were
burned beyond repair. The tool l)Ox-
es of 53 carpenters were kent in this E I
room and were so badly damaged that
they were unable to work yesterday. "Resolved, that the congress of the
It will be impossible to estimate the United States should have the poWer
damage until the tools anl suppliesto remove cabinet members" will be
can be checked up. Insurance men the question for debate at the week-
arrived yesterday afternoon to make ly meeting of the Alpha Nu debating
an estimate of the damage, which of- society at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the
ficials said would be several hundred Alpha Nu room on the fourth floor of
dollars. _ University hall. This debate will be
Seth Atkinson, '25E, walking up the only number on the program. j
Church street noticed the smoke pour- The question will be defended by
ing out from under the eaves of the A. J. Paul, 25L, H. C. Williams, 26,
building. He ran to the home of some and M. P. Rhodes, '25L. The negative
friends nearby and telephoned the team will be made up of N. B. John-
t fire department. son, '25, D. D. Dunn,~'26, and E. W.',
Repair work has been started. Davis, '26. After the debate a regular

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where orders may be placed startingf
today. The cane selected by the com-
mittee is malacca with a plain silver
band.
This cane is distinctive among the {
canes of the senior classes inasmuch
as the majority of the classes are!
ordering sticks with a dark finish, andj
so far as is known this is the only;
cane of this type selected for the year
Seniors should place orders early in
order to receive :the cane by April 1
Cane day 'has not as yet been an-I
nounced by the Student council but it#
is advisable to order the canes now in

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nts as a result of the grades they'
ceived last semester.
As announced yesterday, 168 stu-
ents, including seven women, were Owe J. Roberts
aced on the "home list."" Twenty-six
acedon he hom lit. Twntysix Owen . Roberts, named by President
udents withdrew voluntarily with COwenJg Robert name by Pi
Le instructions that they could re- Coolidge to act with Atlee Pom
rn only with the permission of the erene as counselor for the government
dlministrative board. in the oil lease cases, has plungeds
In commenting on the number of into the evidence so far presented in
ose who will leave college as com- the .senate investigation and expect:
ared with the first semester of last to have all of it examined by the tim
ear when 175 .withdrew, Registrar the hearings are resumed. He way
all said yesterday, "From the facts appointed after two men, Thomas "W
tat enrollment is larger this year and Gregory and Silas Strawn, had beer
Tat there were 12 fewer all "A" stu- disqualified. He is a Philadelphia law-
ents -and that the number who are yer..a
aving this semester is smaller, it --
ight be interpreted as meaning that
ie faculty in the literary college is P.QII1E T TI.Wfl lI
ecom in g m ore stric t in th e g iving of A " a nI"" g rIeIhi eUbut thi
a" and "B" grades while about the fBa9u
ame number of "D" and "E" mark,
re being given out." TO tPUK HERE bUNJA
One hundred and ninety-one were
laced on warning and 61, in addi- Dean Shailer Matthews of the Uni.
on to these, continued on warning;
.aking a total of 252 students on this versity of Chicago Divinity school wil
St. speak at 10:30 o'clock Sunday morn-

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Chicago, Feb. 20.-(By A. P.)-Pur-
due's basketball team broke its tie
with Chicago for second place in the
Western Conference tonight when the
team defeated Northwestern 37 to 2'
in a game featured by the phenomenal
shooting of Stradling, Purdue forward
who made 19 points. The score at the
half was 20 to 13 in favor of Purdue.
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business meeting will be held, at

Holm Will Speak whih tie plans will be made for the
Ijoint meeting with Portia literary soc-
At D. A. R. Mgeeting iety next Thursday.
The Sarah Caswell Angell chapter
of the Daughters of the American
Revolution will meet at 3 o'clock to-
day at the .home of Mrs. William H. T I e
Waite, 1706 Cambridge road. The IU IL IVIL U UIL
election of delegates and alternatives ___
to the Continental congress to be held
in Washington the week of April 14 Prof. Gilbert Chinard, head of the
eCRomance languages department in
building will occur. Johns Hopkins university, will be here
buidi. Fwri nd .ccurh for the summer session and will give
ta seminary course in French litera-
engineering college, will introduce ture. Professor Chinard, who has
Capt. Ion C. Holn of the U. S. Cavalry Istudlied at a number of universities inI
who is organizing the reserves of the tnfi
France, and who holds degrees from
citizen ilitary tra ning rn fJack two of them, has been connected with
son. Captain H-lof m will speak oI several leading American colleges dur-
Camps. ing his stay in this country. For the
"Citizen's Military TrainingC .'last five years he has taught at Johns
Hopkins.
Berlin, Feb. 19.-The Mecklenburg During his .stay at the University,
Diet elections brought a loss of seats he expects to pursue research work in
to the Socialists, and a gain to the the Clements library.
Communists. I
It's true efflciency to use Ujaily
Patronize The Daily Advertisers. Classifieds.-Adr

Action was also taken in the case of
a large number of students on account
>f excessive absences from classes.
Forty-eight had one hour pf credits
aken away from them on account of
xcessive unexcused absences. Verbal
varnings were given 57 students be-
cause of this fact and letters of ad-
nonition in regardsto absences were
sent to 102 persons in the literary col-
Lege.
In the case of 109 students, action
in regard to scholarship was deterredI
>n account of grades of "X" and "I."
Work of these persons will re con-
sidered one month after the beginning
>f the second semester, the tine given
for the itiaking up of such grades.
ORGANIZE ASSOCIATED
REPUBuLCNLUB HERE
Organization of the A sociated Col-
lege Republican club of ;Michigan was
announced at a meeting of the local
Republican club last night at the
Union. Membership comprises the
presidents of the respective clubs of
the various Michigan colleges. The
local representative is Joe Joseph,
'24. All clubs are being organized
under the direction of the college bur-
eau of the Republican National com-
mittee.
A discussion of practical politics
followed. Plans were also discussed
for the coming campus campaign of
the state and national elections.
New Victor
Records
EVERY FRIDAY
UNIVERSITY MUSIC HOUSE

ing at the First Baptist church here
His subject as yet has not been an-
nounced but it is thought that he will
choose a subject dealing with the re-
cent religious controversy, IYean Mat-
thews being regarded as one of the
most liberal theologians and an ardent
anti-fundamentalist.
The Dean is the author of many
text books and technical treatises on
theology and recently received much
prominence when William J. Bryan at-
tacked his doctrines.
Berlin, Feb. 19.-Wine and liquor
dealers are protesting the decision of
muncipalities to tax all alcoholic
drinks excepting beer.
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