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3z THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY 'OFFICIAL. BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University.. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.,
Volume 4 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 19,23 Number 15
President and Mrs. M. L. Burton will be at home Wednesday afternoon,
October 10, from 3:30 to 5.30, to members of the Faculties, University staff,
and townspeople. Newly appointed full professors and their wives are to
assist President and Mrs. Burton in receiving.
Geology 2, 1922-1923:
The following students 'who took: Geology 2 the second semester of last
year will please see the between 9 and 10 o'clock on either Wednesday or
Thursday of this week in Room G 127; Natural Science Building.
Chryst, Theodore
Leath erman, Marvel
Mansfield, R. S.
Mathie, J. D.
Pell, Mary.
Pierce, It. W.
Shannon, P. B.
L. l. %Gou Id.
American, Society of Civil Enigineers :
There will be the first regular meeting of the year of the student chap-
ter A. S. C. E. in room 306 of the Union on Wednesday at 7:00 P. M.
Robert IV. Preston, President.
U~niversity of Iichlgan Band:
Wednesday, 4 P. M.-Capes issued at Lane Hall for Kalamazoo trip.
7 P. M.-Regular rehearsal at U-Hall Auditorium. Men who have not al-
ready turned in their athletic coupons must do so at this time.
Thursday, 5:45 A. M. cars leave Waterman Gym for trip to Kalamazoo
with Kiwanis Club. "William Oraulich, Jr., Asst. Manager.
M1asques:
The meeting of Masques set for Thursday, October 11, has been post-
poned to Thursday, October 18. All membership cards must be signed and
returned before that date. Members who do not reply before that time: will
be dropped and their places filled from our waiting list.
J. Raleigh Nelson, Director.
Rifle Clue:
There will be a regular meeting of the U. of M. Rifle Club, on Thursday
ev~ening, October 11, at 7:30 P. M., in Room 330 Engineering Building. All
men interested in rifle work are invited to attend. The Organization of
Rifle and Pistol teams will bye discussed at this meeting.
F. E. Collins, Capt., Inf., D. 0. L...
Aero Club:
The Acro Society will meet in room 340 Eng. building at 7 :30 o'clock
Wednesday evening Ito elect officers for the comning year.

Comedian Plays
"Mika do" Friday

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WHATS GONG O its (Continued from Page Six)
-,_________ ____ _-__its___ game. That was just the trick it
WEDNESDAY turned against the Yankees, last fall
4 :30-Hathi~e musicale. Student lea- and again during the last few days
gue group leaders meet in Martha' against the Pirates.
Cook building. On the other hand, there are some
5:00 Oratorical board meets in roomi of the Yankee pitchers, good pitchers,
302, Mason hall. too, who have the bad habit of weak-
5:00-Scabbard and Blade mects in IL! ening in one inning. Joe Bush has
0. T. C. office, been guilty on several occasions while
7:00-Quadrangle meets at Union. Bob Shawkey has been a notorious of-
7:00--Varsity band practice in Nelick, fender. Sam Jones and Herb Penn-
berry hall. ok however, are likely to be more
7:30-Round-Up club meets in Union.y consistent.
7 :30-Republican club meets in room
304, Union. It is quite all right for Jess Swees-
8:00-I ICIrcolo Italiono meets in; ter, who died by the stymie on the
room 202, S. W. thirty-eighth green at Flossmoor, to
come out in defense of that rule in
THURSDAY golf. For it was by the stymie that
12:00-Dental faculty lunch at Union.' Jess lived at Brookline, a year ago,
t 3:6.400-:00Fresmenheath ec-and it only was, sporting of him to
3:t 4:07:0 - rereehat.lc stand by it now.
ture. But the raink and file of players
7 :00-Freshmen discussion groups and many of the golf officials are
meet at Lane hall. strongly turned against it, and there
7:30-Pep meeting in Hill auditorium. is bound to be much agitation for its

weekly in Cleveland. Baseball games
between weeklies and dailies were in
vogue In those days and Scott was
usually on hand to ' embalm the con-
test in most excellent English when
the weeklies were victorious.
The sporting editor, the illustrious
title which Scott bore for these occa-
sions, in one of his sparkling accounts
of a game, referred particularly and
impressively to the efforts of the
Weeklies' catcher, who "played on and

on until his hands were worn down
to a frazzle."
As this is the first use of the word
in the newspaper world of which there
seems to be any 'mention, Professor
Scott must undoubtedly receive entire
credit for discovering the possibiiiti .s
of the. term.
Read the Want :Ads.

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The famous comedion brings his
company to Ann Arbor Friday night
when "The Mikado" the perennially
popular comic opera will be offered.

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Attentiou Called
To Fire Ordinance
Attention is called by Mr. A. J.
Paul, city street commissioner, to an
ordinance which prohibits the burn-
ing of any material on pavements. I
This section was provoked by the
widespread custom among household-
ers of selecting the pavements of the
city. as a suitable location to build
fire for the disposal of leaves and
other rubbish.
Mr. Paul also pointed out that the
ordinance states that no fires shall,
be started before seven o'clock a. mn.
and shall be promptly extinguished at
two o'clock p. m. and all ashes result-
ing, together with any incombustible
articles or substances remaining must
be removed from the street immedi-
ately.
Marshall, Mich., Oct. 9.-(By A.P.)
Just before the arrival of the pupils
today the Park Public School was
gutted by a fire that began from a
burned-out chimney. The 154 chil-
dren who have been attending Park
School will be placed in other build-
ings, including the City Library and
the Arbeiter Hall until the Park is
rebuilt.

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U-NOTICES
Ex-service men who served overseas
are reminded that the Veterans of
Foreign Wars will hold a meeting
Thursday. Further notices in this
column later.
Meeting of all tryouts for Girls" Man-
dolin club will be held at Newberry
H-all from 3 to 5 o'clock every after-
noon from Monday to Friday.
Men wvishing to. tryout for publicity
department of the Oratorical asso-
ciation may send their name, phone,
and previous experience toMillard
H. Pryor, 803 South State street.
Sophomores and juniors only will
receive consideration.1
Pencil sketches, and etchings by Cze-
cho-Slovakian artists now on exhibit
in the architectural corridor of the
Engineering building.-
NIanuserlpts for WYhisies now Re-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
ETESO DEATENT
PLANS DETROIT COURSES'
Organization of University Qxten-
Sion courses that will be offered this
year in Detroit is being carried for-
ward this week by Prof. W. D. Hender-
son, head of' extension division,
and Kemp Kenna, his assistant in this
work. The number and quality of the
,courses' to: be offered will be determ-
ined largely by the' registration.
Most of thle work, will be given at
Detroit Central high sehool. Courses
in education and a few in other depart-
idints will be. offered ht the new Cass
Technical school. Dr. Hendersan and
MIr. Keene will 'be present at these in-
siltutions every°"evening of this week
to direct the registratidinI

abolishment during the coming win-
ter.
Scott originator
of Word "Frazzle"'
IProf. Fred N. Scott of the rhetoric
department appears to be responsible
for the introduction of "frazzle" into
the journalist's vocabulary. Before
Professor Scott abandoned the news-
paper game for the world of pedagogy
amnd rhetoric, he was connected with a
NEARLY
READY!
WHAM'?
The Arbor Fountain
Watch for Opening.

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which is so truly the hallmark of the
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symptoms. Youngsters are often easy Lansing, Oct. 9.-. (By A.P.)- One
victims of diptheria and the utmost hundred and forty-nine automobiles,
care must be observed in their behalf." were stolen in Michigan in Septemn
S Diphtheria. conditions, so threaten- ber, according to a report completed
ing during the summer, remain un'~ today, by Secretary of State Charles
changed. The, situation will assume J. Del and. One hundred and twenty-
graver proportions when the cold eight were taken in and around De-
weather sets in and the school room troit. One hundred and eight stolen
windows will have to be closed. Hot- cars were recovered during the month:
land already reports an epidemic Two motorcycles were stolen, both in
started in -the schools and a rush or- Detroit.
der for swabs has been complied with k
by the state laboratories. Cranham, Eng., Oct 9.-Dr. Thorn-
well Jacobs has been given permission
It's true efficiency to use Daily to dig for the body of Gen. James El.
SClassiefieds-Adv., Oglethorpe, first governor of George.
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