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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Grim Warships
Can Be Gracious
Hostesses, Too

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Faculty, College of LIterature, Science and the Arts:
It appears evident that under present conditions it is not always pos-
sible for students to change classes within the five minute period which has
been the traditional time given for that purpose. The matter will be dis-
cussed at the next meeting of the Faculty, November 12. In the meantime it
is suggested that no penalty be recorded for students entering not later than
10 minutes after the hour. It may be necessary for us to accept definitely
a 50 minute hour for our classes under present conditions.
JohnL . Effinger.
Action of tfe'Administrative.Board;
At a ieeting of the Administrative Board of the College of Literature,
Science and the Arts, held Tuesday afternoon, October 30th, Wolfe Marcus,
'26, was put on probation for dishonesty in a written quiz in Chemistry, and
the Registrar was directed to record an E grade for the course.
John R. Effinger.
University Women:
The signing out slips for October are due and are to be turned in at the
office of the Dean of Women at once. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Medical Faculty:
Professor S. A. Courtis will deliver his next lecture on Edication to the
Medical Faculty on Friday evening at 7 o'clock, Room 318, Michigan Union.
Carl W. Eberbach.
Women's League:
All women on campus are cordially invited to the Women's League party,
Friday,:Nov. 2. The Style Show preceding the dancing is to be given in
Sarah Caswell Angell.Hall at 4 o'clock.
Helen J. Delbridge, Pres.
Alpha Epsilon Mu:
'Meeting in room No. 308 Michigan Union at 7:30 p. in. Thursday.
J. D. Miller.
La Sociedad lispanica:
There will be an important business meeting of the Sociedad Hispanica
Thursday November 1, at 7:30 p. in. in Room 203 Tappan Hall. All mem-
bers are utged to be present. Milton Peterson, President.

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ence by means of a system of lightsf
that show who carriers the ball and PRF. VYITUR T IIII,
where and how he advances it. The;
operator is being sent by the mak- P-
ers of the graph in Columbus, Ohio.9
IPlay Itself will start in Iowa City
at 3 o'clock Ann Arbor time but it isI
expected that pieliminary reports will ECONOMICS TEACHERS TO GATHER
start coming through about 2:15 or TO DISCUSS ESTABLISHMENT
2:30 o'clock. OF NEW COURSE
Detroit alumni are planning to re-
produce the game on a grid-graph in
Detroit Light Guard armory. J. M. Prof. Edmund E. Day, head of the1
O'Dea, '09, is general chairman of the economics department, leaves this af-
arrangements. The charge will be tern 'on for Madison, Wis., where he,
$1.00 will attend a meeting of the Institutej
of Research in land economics and
public utilities. The primary object of
this meeting is the establishment of a,
four-year university course in' real
estate, leading to a batchelor's degree.'
The National Association of Real
THURSDAY Estate Boards will bend a committee'
3:30-5:30-Tea by Faculty Women's to meet with the Institute, as will the
club at 226 S. Ingalls. United Y. M. C. A. schools. Prof.
6:00-Galena initiation banquet at the Richard T Ely, head of the political
Union. science department of the University
7:15-Piano group of Matinee Music- .
ale Student league meets in home of Wisconsin and one of the foremost
of Miss Grace Hendrixon, 1921 political economists of the country,
.Washtenaw. has invited more than 30 economists,
7:30-Veterans of Foreign Wars smok- who are considered as authorities in
er in Union. their different branches, from the
7:30-Meeting of Christian Science so- larger universities.
ciety at Lane hall. The United States League of Local
7:30-All freshmen meet In the as-
sembly hall of the Union. Fresh-
man activities will be explained.
7:30-Alpha Nu meets in University
hall. Ia * 1
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courses in real estate will open up the
first actual educational path into this
field of business activity, according to
economists. Professor Day is expect-
ed to return from the conference next
Monday.
Manila, Nov. 1.-A number of earth
shocks, the heaviest since 1906, were
felt here last night. No damage re-
sulted.

Building and Loan associations and lWood Addresses
several governmental bureaus will be
represented at the conference. The Campus Liberals
Building and Loan associations are
especially eager to give the idea their prof. A. E. Wood of the sociology
support.
The basic educational work of the departmetn addressed the Liberal
conference will be centered on the club last night at the Union. He
preparation and publication of text- spoke on, "Thomas Davidson, the
books for studies in building and loan Humorist."
associations, which subject will na-
turally form a large part of any real The Libeal club Is planning tq
estate course. Frank A. Chase, director bring some interesting speakers here
of the American Savings, Building and this winter. Paul Blanchard of the
Doan Institute, is, working with -the league for industrial democracy will.
members of the Institute staff on such talk before the club Jan. 22 or 23.
a textbook. Either before or shortly after Christe
The establishment of university mas vacation the club will hold a,

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View of U. S. S. Florida taken from
launch carrying visitors to it
Uncle Sam's battleships, usually
ready to fight when the right time
comes, can be gracious hostesses when
they want to. During the observance
of navy day recently the war ships
in U, S. harbors held open house when
thousands of citizens inspected them.
The U. S. S. Florida, in New York har-
bor, drew her share of visitors.
STURENS URG TO BUY
TAMA TIIPIITFENOW

Minnesota-Rapid progress in work $25,000 is now in progress. Six or-
on the new $154,000 storehouse which ganizations will be aided by it.
will nouse the University's printshop, TWYENTEDY;KLAS BOUT
garage, macl4ne shops, and store- Harvard-Pedro Guenvana, a Fili- UYESTERAY; LAST MINUTE
rooms, insures completion of the build- pino leader among those who are op- -UH___
ing early this winter.- posed to General Wood, has accepted
the invitation to speak on Nov. 8. More than 200 tickets werersold
Wisconsin-Preparations are being His position in the Filipino assembly yesterday for the grid-graph reproduc-
made for the fourth annual convention is next to that of Manuel Quegon. tion of the Michigan-Iowa game at
f tai ium. The tickets for the graph, which
will be held here Nov. 30 and Dec. 1. Texas-Beginning with the fall of isbeing shown by the Alumni asso-
Round table discussions lea by per- 1924, the number of units required for siation under the supervision of John
sons familiar with different phases of entrance will be raised. At that time Bradfield, '18, are on sale at Graham's
journalistic work will occy most of at least 14 units will be necessary for and Wahr's book stores, Houston's
the time.. Iadmittance, and after that 15 will be and the Union.
-required. Students have previously It is expected that the demand will
Purdue-Effort is being made on entered on 13 units. . be heavier the next few days, immedi-
the part of Harry S. New, postmaster- ately preceding the game. Those who
general, to persuade. President Cool- Mrs, Burton Addresses Club intend to be present are urged to
idge to attend the seni-centennial Mrs. Marion L. Burton, who was the purchase their tickets beforehand as
celebration at Purdue next May. Un- guest of honor at the meeting of the there are not facilities at the auditor-
'less conditions at the White House Michigan Dames held Tuesday night ium to accommodate a rush for tick-
are pressing it is expected that the at Helen Newberry residence, address- ets. Prices for the game are 35 and
President will accept the invitation. ed the club briefly. It was announced 50 cents.
at this time. that the Faculty A sp~ecial wire from the Western
--Wlomens ct lub addecided to agive U:iion will convey the play by play ac-
Wisconsiea-Wisconsin rooters will i 'me count of the game to the operator of
occupy more than 10,000 seats at the their club room as a permanent meet- the board in Hill au'ditorium. The re-
tically one-third of the Chicago stad- ing place for the Michigan Dames. sults will then be given to the audi-

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FRIDAY
6:45--Japanese and American studeits
round table will meet in the parlors
of the Congregational church.
7:00-Alpha Nu meets on fourth floor
of University hall.
7 :30-All foreign students meet in
room 110, Library.
U-NOTICES
Sophomore engineer meeting announc-
ed for this morning at 10 o'clock has
been postponed until Thursday,
Nov. 15, at 10, o'clock.
Seniors who have not yet obtained
their photographers' receipts must
do so as soon as possible. The
Michiganensian office is open from
2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat-
urday.
Menefee Speaks
To S. C. A. Groups
Prof. Ferdinand C. Menefee of the
engineering department, addressed
the convocation of, the discussion
groups of the Stisent Christian asso-
ciation Ast night in Lane hall.
The chief objectiVe of the student
should l;e to acquire, balance during
his college career, Professor Menefee
stated., Not only should he developI
his mental side, but ha should pay
due attention 4to the physical land
moral sides of his nature to obtain
the essential lalance. Several inter-
esting examples we.re pnentioned dur-
ing the course of his speech, to em-
phasize the truth of his statements.
Student Hurt While Hurdling
While hurdling:, in the gymnasium
recently G. Broderick, '27, tripped and
was hurt. Hej is in-,the care of the
Health service=infirmary.

Pocket Malted Milk!i
Like to drink malted milks?
Sure thing, Old Top!
Then why not eat 'em--
here's your chance.
THOMPSON'S
Pure Malted Milk Bars
contain no cane or beet sugar
Safe for Athletes In Training
Right size for your pocket. Go
greatat the game--atthe show--on
hikes--at school or in your room.
5c - At All Dealers - 5c
Send a nickel for a sample.
Thompson's Malted Food Company
Makers of
HEMO
the incomparable fountain. drink
710 RIVERSIDE
Waukesha, Wisconsin

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CHRISTMAS
ENGRA VING

PERSONAL GE I A
GREETING CARDS

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Chlcago football game. This is prac-
ict geOfficers for the year have been chos-
en in the Washtenaw Masonic Mast-
brs' association. The new officers are,
Minnesota-Homecoming committees John B. High, president; Matt Bloss-
have been appointed to prepare for a 'er, vice-president; Richard Everhard,
JIearty alumni welcome on Nov. 17- secretary; and J. M. Baxter, treas-
The homecoming will open with an
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