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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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~STUDENT COUNCIL TOC
HAVE SUBCOMITTEE
CLASS PRESIDENTS ASKED T(
PICK MEMBERS
NOW
Presidents of the junior and sopho
more literary and engineering classe
should make their appointments to th(
subcommittee of the Student counci
as soon as possible, according to Hugl
K. Duffield, '24, chairman of the Stu-
dept council committee in charge o
- the organization of this body. These
names should be handed in to Dufield
within the next few days so that the
.personnel- of the new body can be
decided upon at the- next counci'
meeting. r
The membership of the subcommit.
tee which is to aid the student coun-
cil in its various activities will be
formed as follows: the presidents 01
the junior literary and junior engin-
eering classes, with three men select-
ed by each of them ,from their res-
pective classes, the presidents of the
sophomore literary and sophomore en-
gineering classes with two men ap-
pointed by each of them from their
,espective classes, and 10 men to be
appointed by the Student council from
the juniors and sophomore classes
on the campus at large. This will
make a body of 24 men.
The body will probably meet the
latter part of next week under the
direction of a councilman who will be
chairman. It is thought that this will
keep the council in direct contact with
,the subcommittee and that prospec-
tive candidates for next year's coun-
cil can be trained under this organ-
ization.
COMMITREESAPPOINTED
BY'REULIAN CUB

Ardent British
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U. S. A Visit Now
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the gasoline, tank. A short circuit
Scaused by defective wiring was said
to be the cause of the blaze.
TO DRAMATIC SOCIE[TIES! line C ncl
Ii iliI|$iiiMines Cancels0
Campu - Drmatic, Tourney.
Campus dramatic organizations will P
have a section of their own in this
year's Michiganensan, acco Mimes' semi-annual dramt'c tourn-
plans ofithgei.niacofhay-ament, which was scheduled to have'
plans of the editors. The idea of hav- been held tonight and tomorrow night
ing several more new sections is now at the Mimes theater has been called
under consideration. Many new or- off. The tournament had been defln-f
ganizations have already signed up itely planned on, and arrangements
for pages in the 1924 year book. for it -were virtually complete. Yes-:
All of those societies who desire terday, because it was found that the
space in the anhual are asked to at' proposed contest would too seriously I
tend to the matter by the end of this conflict with the Opera rehearsals,
week as otherwise no space can be the planned event was cancelled. I
assured them. Representatives, pre- I
ferably the president, of such p1'ofes- Madrid, Nov. 1.-Valencia and Alic- I
sional fraternities;, sectional organica- anta provinces report rains and gales
tions, and honor societies may sign have dama'ged crops greatly, especially:
for the space from 1:30 to 5 o'dlock oranges. -
any afternoon at the business offices |_
of the Michiganensian In the Press1 Daily classified for real results. I
building..

FRESHMEN BASKETBALL MEN
REPORT MONDAY NIGHT
Freshmen basketball practice
will start at 8:15, Monday even-
ing, in Waterman gymnasium.
Football men eligible for fresh-
men basketball will report at the
close of their season. Each man
must furnish his own equipment.
Ray L. Fisher, Coach.

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NOTICE I
Less than half of the seniors
who have procured photograph-
er's receipts have made appoint- I
ments for 1924 MICHIGANEN-
SIAN' sittings. It is urgently I
requested that these appoint
ments be made at once in order
to prevent crowding at the pho-
tographers at the end of the
month. I

Miss Rebecca West
Miss Rebecca West, well known
advocate of feminism in England and
one of the most prominent writers of
Great Britain despite the fact she is
not yet thirty is now lecturing in the
the U. S. She is the author of two
widely read novels, "The Return of
the Soldier" and "The Judge."
SCABBARD AND DBLADE
TO HODl INIT1ATION
Scabbard and Blade national hon-
orary military fraternity, will hold its
formal fall initiation Saturday night
at the Union. An informal initiation
will be held for the new members
Friday evening. Those who have been
elected to Scabbard and Blade are D.
B. Apted, '24E, R. W.. Seymour, '24,
H. C. Curl, '24, R. J. Sipe, '24, R.
D. Merriam, '24E, J. O. Coates, '24,
W. G. Coryell, '24, G. C. Weitzel,
'25, J. W. Hostrup, '24E, M. B. Par-
sons, '24E, L. B. Stokesbury, '24, J.
A. Reed, '25, and R. F. Kile, 24E.
In addition to these men Capt. For-
'est E. Collins, and Major John A..
Brooks both of the military science
and tactics department will be in-
itiated into the organization as as-
sociate members.
Madrid, Nov. 1.-Patent medicine im-
ports are, prohibited, effective today.

FIRE DEPARITMENT PUTS
OUT MOTOR CAR BL[
The Ann Arbor Fire department
was called out to extinguish a burn-
ing car on North University avenue
at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Prof. Peter Field, of the mathematics
department, owner' of, the car, had
parked it and entered- the campus but
a few minutes before when an observ-
ant passerby noticed flames curling
from the hood of the machine and-
turned in the alarm,
A ladder company arrived shortly
and, extinguished the blaze with che-
mical apparatus before it had reached

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The regular bi-monthly meeting of
the University Republican club, held
last night at the Union, was given
to a discussion which centered about
the evolution of political parties. Joe
Joseph, '26L, read a paper on the
subject which traced the development
of the present major parties.'
The discussion was followed by a
business meeting in which a new pol-
icy was determined upon, that of hold-
ing future discussion meetings at
luncheon every Thursday. Papers,
will ,be read as heretofore and current;
political issues discussed.
For. he: current: year committees
have been' appointe: r Meibership
committee : chairman, E.] B. Book-
waltr, '2-4'; publicity committee:
chairman, Melvin H. Specter, '25. The
orgapization also; discussed plans for
calling'a special meeting on the occa-
sion of the ence. of Secretary of
the Navy Denby, 96L', at the Marine
mame November 10.

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