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THE WEATHER E
GENERALLY FAIR
TODAY ta l
VOL. XXXIV. No. 40 EIGHT PAGES ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1923 EIGHT PAGE

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DATE CHOSEN FO1
BIG TEN EDITO
CON FEREN CENH
PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
CHARGE SETS MEET FO
DECEMBER 7 AND 8
EIGHT SCHOOLS WILL
SEND REPRESENTAT
Acting Chairman Names
Committees To Entertain
Visiting Editors
Replies from invitations sent
Ten editors asking them to atte
third annual conference of the
ern Conference Editorial assoc
which will be held in Ann Arbo
7 and 8 have been received i
Daily office from eight universit
The invitations were sent out
first of last week following th
nouncement byAlbert H. To
managing editor of the Minn
Daily and president pro-tem o
organization, that the conve
should be'held sometine in Dec
in Ann Arbor.
Opens Friday, Dec. 7
The exact date was set for F
and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, b
publications' committee of the
versity which is making arr
ments for the meeting.
Those universities in the Big
conference who have signified
intention of sending represents
to the. convention here' are:
State, Purdue, Northwestern, WI
sin, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana
Iowa.
Three committees have been
pointed by Howard A. Donahue
acting chairaman of the confer
to make arrangements for thee
taming of the delegates and to
plans for thl meetings to be held
The following have been chosen
on the program committee Juli
Mack, '24, and Robert C. Moriarit
joint chairmen John G. Garling
'25, Edgar H. Alles,. '25, Edw
Mack, '26, John A. Sabo, '25, R
B. Tarr, '24, and Winona Hibbar
Entertainment Committee
Those who were selected to
on the banquet and entertain
committee are: Ralph N. Byer
chairman, William H. Stoneman
Kenneth C. Kellar, '25, Perry M.
den, '25, Clayton C. Purdy, '24.
John C. Haskin, '26L.
On the reception committee
following will act Harry D. Hbe
and Laurence H, Favrot, '24,
chairmen, Alfred B. Connable
Philip M. Wagner, '25, Thom
Fiske, '25, Donald W. Steketee
Fred E. Gilner, '24, Thomas G. K
'24, John A. Bacon, '24, Ray A. Bi
ton, '25, Harry C. Clark, '24, Fr
N. Tilden, '24, Walter K. Schere
Cornelius W. Christie, '25, Pa
Einstein, '25, Robert G. Ramsay
and Andrew E. Propper, '26.
The conference is a gathering
Big Ten editors for the purpo
fostering "a friendship of unders
ing and common ams among the
versities of the conference." Th
sociation was established at the
versity of Michigan in May, 1921,
the first meeting was held und
chairmanship of Brewster P. C
bell, '21, managing eritor o
Daily at that time.
The next meeting was held a
University of Minnesota in 1922.
year's meeting which was to
been held at Northwestern was
poned on account of the Mount h
case.,
SCALPERS INVENT
NEW SALE METH
Scalping in connection with th
of football tickets has taken a
twist with, the report that a hi

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Airplane Will Carry The Daily
Extra To Detroit Fans Saturday
Detroit will read the full story of A total of 2,000 Michigan Daily
the Michigan-Marine football game sports extras will find their way into
Saturday, in the Michigan Daily sports the hands of Detroit readers, follow-
tr ing the game Saturday. The airplane
extra. I will be loaded with as many as it can
Circling over Grand Circus park, in conveniently carry and the remainder

the vicinity of the Statler hotel, as the will be sent to the Statler hotel by
dinner hour rush of Detroit is at its automobile where they will be distrib-
height, an airplane owned and piloted uted among the 1,200 guests at the
by Lieut. S. F. Royal, who maintains Marine banquet to be given in honor
air passenger service here, will drop of Secretary Edwin L. Denby, '96L,
copies of The' Michigan Daily into the and his staff.
streets below. The plane will hover; Interested in StudentJournalism
over the heart of the city for two min- Lieutenant Royal, who will carry
utes until the load of hundreds of the Dailies by plane, has a long rec-
Dailies which it will carry is ex- ord as a flying instructor and aviator.
hausted. Since he has been in Ann Arbor, he
Offer $5 Prize has evinced an interest in studentj
The first person who finds a copy of journalism and was enthusiastic to
The Daily will be given $5 in gold make the "rush trip" to Detroit, Jf for
upon presenting it ,to H. William nothing more than to demonstrate that1
Klare, manager of the Statler hotel, in it can be done with safety and dis-
the manager's office in the lobby. patch.

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RUM RUNNING OFF
AMIRiCAN SHORES
GIVEN DEATH BLOW
IMPERIAL CONFERENCE- ACCEPTS
HUGHES PROPOSAL TO STOP
BRITISH TRAFFIC
TREATY TO GIVE U. S.
AUTHORITY OF SEIZURE
Curzon Communicating with Hughes
Witl Idea of Perfecting
Document
London, Nov. 7.-(By A. P.)-Rum
running by the British vessels within
range of the American shores which
has been so provocative of American
resentment against Great Britain re-
ceived a death blow from the Imperial
conference today. In its closing ses-
sions the conference accepted in mod-
ified form the original proposal of
Secretary of State Hughes for stop-

UNION TO START
DRIE FOR 2000
800 MORE SUBSCRIPTIONS NEED.
ED TO START WORK
ON POOL
TEAM MEMBERS GIVEN
BANQUET LAST NIGHT
Captains and Committeemen Will Meet
Monday to Receive
Instructions
Members of the teams participating
in the Life Membership drive for the
Union at,a banquet given in their hon-
or by the Union last night, voiced their
approval of the Union's plan to hold
a drive for the completion of the swim-
ming pool. Those who participated in
the Membership drive will endeavor to

LARGE FLEET OF AIRPLANES
TO GREET DENBY SATURDAYf
Detroit, Nov. 7.-Acting as her-f
f alds to Secretary of the Navyf
f Edwin Denby, '96L, the largest
fleet of airplanes ever assembled
over Detroit will take the air at
f daylight next Saturday morning.
The secretary accompanied by a
f number of high officials of thef
{ Marine corps and 1,500 Marinesf
f will arrive at 8 o'clock Saturday
f morning en route to Ann Arbor
for the football battle betweenj
the University of Michigan andf
jthe Quantico Marines.f
COUNCIL DECLARE[S
Charge of Professionalism Sustained
By Wisconsin Athleties
Board

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BAND TRIP HINGES
Student Council Decides This MethodI
Will Help Raise Necessary
Funds
NEXT WEDNESDAY SET AS DAY
OF OPENING TAG DAY DRIVE'
"Send the band to Wisconsin" will
be the slogan of a tag day to be held

BISHOP AROUSED
BY BOOKVNDALS
Student Caught Clipping Newspaper
Files in University
Library
COUNCIL ADVISORY GROUP
WILL TAKE ACTION IN CASE
Clipping from University libraryl
volumes during the past week caused1

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next Wednesday on the campus to the. apprehension of one student and
raise th necessary money to send may result in disciplinary action being
Michigan's Varsity band to Madison,, taken in his case, it was announced
Nv 7 With annroximately $1.000 last night at a meeting of the Student

,nter- council advisory committee.
needed to insure the trip of the musi-d
make The matter came to the attention of
here. clans to the Wisconsin encounter, this this committee following the receipt-
to act means of obtaining the funds was de of a letter to Joseph A. Bursley, dean
an E.-( cided upon last night by ithe Student of students, from Librarian W. W. Bis- !
y, '24, council. hop, in which he states, "It seems to
house, Still Need $1,000 me that it is proper to lay before you,
in C the Dean of Students, this
Iobert l Half of the $2,000 the total needed, Ish pDenefwSth a view tbreach oft
d '4 Iwa rase thoug cntrbuion ~discipline, with ave not only to
d, '24. was raised through contributions in proper punishment for the offenseI
the bucket campaign carried on at the against the law of the State and of the f
ime gates of Ferry field at the Ohio State University, but much more with thef
mentE hoe tht stdentopinion can be
s, '24, game. It is expected that the remain- aroused on the subject.
, '25, ing $1,000 will be contributed by the Lans Not Suffieient
Hay- students and local merchants by the "The mere prohibition of the act by
and time of the game, if not all on next the laws of the State is not so effective
Wednesday. If enough money is a deterrent as we well know, as is
thel-
y, '24, raised, the freshmen squad, Varsity public opinion in the student body."
joint cheerleaders and reserve squad will A student was detected. clipping an
, '25 I also be pglven the trip. article from the files of a New York
as E. The committee appointed to have newspaper in the periodical room of'
'24, charge of the tag day is as follows: the library on Nov. 5. This is onlyt
indel, Hugh Duffield, '24, chairman, Stewart one instance of many where libraryt
ling- Boyer, '24t, Edward M. Fox, '25E, property has been mutilated, accordingE
ancis Charles W. Merriam, Jr., '25E, Eugene to members of the library staff.
r, '24, Dunn, '25, and 'Carlton B. Pierce, '24L, Is Double Violation
ul L. L manager of the band. As Mr. Bishop points out in his'let-
T, '25, A report was made from the fall ter such acts are a violation of both
games committee and it was decided the state law designed to protect the.
of all to hold 'the fall underclass games at contents of public libraries and the
se 'f 10 o'clock on the morning of the Min- University regulation prohibiting the;
tand- nesota game, Saturday, Nov. 24. Other mutilation of its property.t
P un- reports heard were from the chairman The Student council advisory com-
e as- of the constitution committee, of the mittee will take action in the case of
Uni- cheerleader committee and of the com- the student apprehended, it was stated
wrthemittee in charge of the council sub- last night, following a meeting of theI
tampe- committee. Student council.-
f The To Award Decoration Prize
The council will give a prize for l
itth tebest decorated campus organiza-, n hlayoiomcmng iIN T 11E1
Last tion house on the day of homecoming, SY M LAIJ IU b t
have the Minnesota game on Nov. 24. The hUTn 0T
post- judges who will decide on the prize PL TI OMORROW NIHT i
azing and the house most deserving of it
are James A. Rice, '24, Robert J. Hum-
mer, '25 and Edward M. Fox, '25E. What is expected to be one of the
1All fraternities, house clubs and other most entertainingnumbers on the Ora-
campus organizations wishing to com-, torical lecture course program this
OD pete for the award must be entered year will be given at 8 o'clock tomor-
by the Saturday of homecoming. row night in Hill auditorium when
'Names should be handed in to James Gay MacLaren, dramatic artist of un-
new A. Rice at 604 S. State street, tele- usually novel talent, will re-create
t ne phoe 37. j"Enter. Madame."
therto phone 371.MisMacLa habe tr lin
Tile pen meeting for the Minnesota' Mss Marn has been traveling

ping this traffic. ( interview the students who have not LOSS OF TACKLE WEAKENS
Treaty Near Completion g their support to the pool drive, SINE FOR ILLINI BATTLE
The question is now out of the hands t
of the Imperial conference delegates Manianneffort. to.raiseBy$2,000.
and a formal treaty vesting the United Thomas J. Lynch, '25L, president of Madison, Wis., Nov. 7.-(By A. P.)-
States with authority for the search the Union, in a talk before the mem-' Wisconsin's football hopes suffered a
and seizure of British ships suspect- bers of the committee stated that the? severe setback when the University
ed of carrying contraband alcohol Union had agreed to start actual work Athletic council today declared E. C.
within stipulated steaming distance of on the pool as soon as 2000 subscrip- Gerber, star tackle, ineligible. The
the American shore, is near comple- tions for swimming tickets had been council upheld a complaint filed with
tion at the hands of foreign office legal I obtained. At present, the, drive con-
experts. A complete understanding ducted by the Chimes, has netted 1200 Conference Commissioner Griffith,
has been reached between the state subscriptions and the remaining 800 that Gerber was employed at the La
department at Washington and the tickets will be sold by the Life Mem- Crosse, Wis., Y. M. C. A. shortly after
British foreign office regarding the ber:.hip committee. Students who have he returned from the army. The
main clauses of the document, as there purchased these swimming tickets council's action is final and Wisconsin
appeared to be no serious objection during the Chimes drive for the "4000" will meet' Illinois Saturday at Urbana
to its early acceptance in both gov- club have practically unanimously without! Gerber.
ernments. agreed to postpone payment until af Student Body Aroused
Confers Reciprocal Rights later date previously specified, said Student feeling at the University is
The treaty will confer reciprocal Lynch in his talk. strong as a result of Gerber's inelig-
Tghes tnreat BritwninrtrecipcalLynchinsalk.w ibility since it is generally believed
rights on Great Britain in the shape ;aptains and committeemen will that his loss is one of the greatestj
of granting authority to its ocean pas- meet in the assembly room of the blows that the team could have re-
senger lines to bring legitimate liquor Union Monday at 5 o'clock to receive ceiyed. The big tackle is declared
stores into American ports under seal, instructions and lists of names of stu- by followers of the teams to be one of
when intended for outbound consump- dents to be interviewed. At this time the hardest fighting players i4 the
tion. Lord Curzon, the foreign secre- the method of approaching students Conference.
tary, now is communicating with Sec- on the matter will be explained and Miller, who has been on the side-
retary Hughes with the object of per- an attempt will be made to start this lines most of this season probably
fecting the treaty's constitutional second drive as successfully as the will take Gerber's place. He has been
features. Life Membership drive. playing at guard. Gerber's case re-
Edward C. Stark, '24, chairman of called to football followers here thee
the Iife Membership drive addressed complaint of professionalism last year,
M AlT, 0the banquet in appreciation for the against Murry, also a star Badger
efforts of the committeemen' in the tackle, who was ruled ineligible just
work of the drive. Jack Kelly, '24L, before the Illinois-Wisconsin game.,
thanked the men in behalf of the stu-, Several members of other Conference
dent council and the student body and teams were ruled out in the same
iThomas J. Lynch, '25L, expressed the case. Feeling among Badger follow-
Calexico, Cal., Nov. 7.-(By A. P.)- gratitude of the Union. ers is believed by officials to have re-
An earthquake even harder than that Award of the Otto HanI cup to Jack suited in baseless rumors that a pro-
of Monday rocked this vicinity at 4 Berkman, '26, and the test will be filed from the Badger
oerkmnoc'6,tanithepresetatinoofcamp against an Illinois player.
3'clock this afternoon. The tremors 1 engraved ribbons to the high team in P lan IolRepisals
traveling in a northwest and south- the drive followed" the dinnerWe Plan No Reprisals
east direction continued two minutes. "tWehhave filed no such protest and,
Residents abandoned their homes and have no intention of filing one", T. E.
buildings in a rush for safety.IJones,,Athletic director, said tonight.
Cracks opened in buildings Monday 01HOLO M901Jones declared that Wisconsin was
were widened. Window displays inInot *lanning to protest against play-
stores were thrown into disorder. No ers on any other Conference teams.
TDr SEEr re.AGr h T UP 1i Gerber maintains his innocence of
broke out during the quake was pu Thirty-five disabled arine Veteras was before the Athletic council for
will be able to see the Michigan- nearly three hours today and when
Raleigh, Cal., Nov. 7.-An earth- I Marinies game Saturday through the he emerged from the meeting tears
quake of three seconds duration I courtesy of the Packard Motor com- Ryan had no statement to make.
swayed buildings throughout the Im- ! pany which will bring the men to Ann Ry______taemnt_ ak-
perial valley at 4 o'clock today. Arbor 'from Detroit in eight Packard
cars. The cars will leave Detroit in;
/ the morning and will arrive in Ypsl-
G roesbeckAsk
roesbeck AsksIlanti at '11:30 o'clock. The nen Will
Sta le o Observe have lunch at the Huron hotel and atj FOR miuIE
S1 o'clock will be met by Mr. Usher of F MJ
Armistice Day the Woolfolk company who will lead
them into Ann Arbor. All tickets issued to students on
Lansing, Nov. 7.-(By A. P.)-Gov. The veterans will be taken directly their coupons. have been mailed, ac-
Alex Groesbeck today issued the fol- to Ferry field where they will be given cording to athletic officials. Approxi-
lowing Armistice day proclamation: seats in the North stand. The cars mately $10,000 has been refunded to
"The fifth anniversary of the World will be parked directly in front of the students who applied for extra seats.
war armistice falls on Sunday, Nov. North gates and it is requested'that Standing room is all that remains and
11, 1923. To remind those who fought the crowd show all possible considera- this will be on sale the day of the Ma-

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STATE NOTABLES
TO ATTEND GAME
AND DEfIiT/ON
MANY NAVAL OFFICERS INCLUD-
ED IN iPARTY TO ARRIVE
WITH DENBY
GOVERNOR GROESBECK
ACCEPTS INVITATION
Marines To Reach Detroit In Special
Cars On. Saturday
Morning
"More Detroit and Michigan not-
ables will be present on Ferry field
Saturday afternoon to attend the.
Yost field house dedication and the
Michigan-Marine game than ever be-
fore in the history of the University"
Congressman Robert H. Clancy, '07
said yesterday. Congressman Clan-
cy, who is chairman of publicity of
the Detroit alumni committee In
charge of the Marine day program,
came out to Ann Arbor yesterday to
aid in arrangements.
Henry Ford to Attend
That Henry Ford will come to the
game is practically an assured fact,
Mr. Clancy said. "Henry Ford shows
a great interest in the coming game.
He is looking forward to the coming
encounter and the dedication of
Michigan's magnificent field house
and is anxious to pay tribute to Coach
Yost, whom he admires greatly as a
builder of high class citizenship.
Congressman Clancy says that Sec-
retary Denby has promised to bring
Secretary of War Weeks from Wash-
ington with him to attend the game.
In the Denby party will be 80 officers
and 20 wives. A number of generals
and admirals are coming including
Major General George Lejeune, com-
mander of the Marine corps, Brigadier
General Smedley Butler, commandant
at Quantico, Brigadier General Fe-
land, Admiral Eberle, and Admiral
Niblick.
Gov. Groesbeck Coming
Gov. Alex. J. Groesbeck has accept-
ed the invitation of the Board in
Control of Athletics. Other men asked
by the board are as follows: the
Board of Regents, Representatives in
Congress, Secretary. Edwin Denby,
'96L, President Marion L. Burton,
Shirley Smith, secretary of the Uni-
versity, President-Emeritus Harry B.
IHutchins, the state senators, the state
representatives, Richard. Hardy,
Archie Hahn, Walter Eckersall,
Grantland Rice, Keene Fitzpatric, Bill
Roper, and Gill Dobie, football coach
of Cornell.
Seven special trains will be used
in carrying the Marines to Ann Ar-
bor using a total of 80 cars. They
will arrive in Detroit at 8:10 o'clock
Saturday morning and the Denby
party will immediately be tendered a
big breakfast at the Army and Navy
club to which 100 prominent citizens
of Detroit have been extended invita-
tions.
Parade in Detroit
The parade in Detroit will take
place at 9:10 o'clock starting from
Woodward avenue andrigh street
and passing by the reviewing stand
in Grand Circus park.
The men will leave for Ann Arbor
in sections at 11 o'clock, arriving
there at 12:30 o'clock. They will leave
Ann Arbor immediately after the
game, marching to the Michigan Cen-
tral station and there boarding the
trains. Dinner will be served them in
Detroit at 6 o'clock. At 9 o'clock the
Detroit alumni will give the officers a
Military ball at the Army and Navy
club. The entlisted men will be en-
tertained at the city dance halls.

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undiscovered trick was practiced atr
the Ohio State game. Two strangerĀ§
from Grand Rapids, it is alleged, paid
$5 apiece for tickets in West stand.
Each ticket was accompanied by a
bag of peanuts and those who sold the
tickets are said to have told the buy-,
ers that they were paying the regular
price of $2.50 for each ticket and thel
other $2.50 for the peanuts. In this
way they are thought to have pro-
tected themselves against arrest for
selling tickets at more than face value.
SERVICE
The coming of the Devil Dogs
brings to mind the early days
of America's entry into the
war. Then, if you wanted any-
thing done the cry was, "Tell it
to the Marines."

game will be held at 5 o'clock Friday around thi, country for the past few
afternoon, Nov. 23 in Hill auditorium years giving plays which she has be-r
it was decided. The committee in come acquainted with only by witness-'
charge is Stewart R. Boyer, '24L, and ing the original production several
Alfred B. Connable, Jr., '25. From the times. She has been hailed by critics
great response given at the Ohio State as one who is presenting a new art,
pep meeting it is thought that this that of producing an entire play with-
}hour is a better one for the student out stage effects and what formerly
Ebody at large than one later in the have been considered dramatic neces-
I evening. sities.
{_In the play which Miss MacLaren
, : will give tomorrow night, she will
Spanish Lecture imitate Gilda Varesi as Madame Della
*FT rg Robbia, Norman Trevor as Gerald Fitz-
Set For Tonigit gerald, and the members of the orig-
inal company in/ their different roles.:
The first of the lectures offered by In all, there are 10 characters in the'
the Sociedad Hispanica will be given mplay.
?at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Room 2031I omniguo e ok h
New York Tribune says, "She has
Tappan hall. Mr. W. I. Kelsey is the memorized and can act all the parts
speaker on the subject "Mexico After in 30 plays, without having studied a
16 Years". A number of year's resi- 'single manscript. She attends four or
j dence in that country enables him to five performances of a production,
sneak with authority. Since his re- making mental pictures of each char-

in that war that their sacrifice has not tion in allowing these men and their rines game at the box office at Ferry Zoolo cal Club
been forgotten, and to pay tribute to 1 cars freedom to leave after the game. field. "Attendance at this game pro-
the memory of the fallen soldiers and 1_ _ __mises to be as large or larger than Today
miertobeaslageorlageItaW(Ill M eetTo a
sailors, it is proper that the day be Pnthat at the Ohio State game", said
observed. PrsnIO eA Harry A. Tillotson, business manager
"It was on that date that peace was * of the Athletic association. Members of the Junior Zoological
restored but not until humanity had AA block of 1500 seats had been re- Journal club will meet in room Z-242
paid a terrible price for it. A year . served for the same number of Ma- of the Natu'ral Science building at 4:30
should never pass without some re- Variety will be the keynote to the rines in the north stand. Another o'clock this afternoon for the purpose
minder of Armistice fldayand its sig-three one-act plays which the class In block of 250 seats is set aside for a of hearing a program of papers relat-
nificance in world history. play presentation will give at 8 o'clock quota of Naval militia in section II ing to zoological subjects.
"Therefore as governor of Michi- tonight in University hall. "Toller's of the north stand. The 300 piece The program will include the fol-
gan I hereby request a fitting ob- Wife," one of Cosmo Hamilton's short- Marine band will occupy seats on the lowing papers: "Color and Structural
servance Hof armistice day on Sunday, er plays, will open the evening pro- running track directly in front of the Variation in the Shells of the Genus
Nov. 11, on the part of the various gram. Marine section in the north stand. 1 Thais" by William J. Clench, grad;
communities of the state." - "Modesty," a light farce comedy, The three units will form at the ; "Geographical Variations in Notropus
written by Paul Hervieu, is a satire, Michigan Central station at 11:30 ; Cornutus" by Dugdld E. Brown, grad;
Federal Reserve"on the inconsistency of a frivolous o'clock Saturday morning and march "The Breeding Habits of the Grunion,
young woman. John Masefield's "The in a parade down State street to the Leurethes Tenuis" by Francis N.
Adds Restrictions Locked Chest" closeA the evening's en-- Union. All men will be in uniform Clark, grad; and a report on "The
tertainment. and the militia is to be under the com- Technique of Culturing Amoeba Pro-
Washingt Nov. 7-(By A. P)- Single admission will be 50 cents. mand of Commander T. Broadhead, of teus" by Cecile L. Conklin, grad. At-
The Federaln Reserve board today de- Tickets will be obtainable at the door, the Naval Training station in De- tendance at this meeting is limited to
The edeal esere bardtoda de trit.members of the club.
cided to inaugurate a new policy with Course tickets, however, are still on, troit.
respect to admission of state banks sale at Wahr's, Goodyear Drug Co., General admission is now on sale at
into the Federal Reserve system. After and also at the door. -theAthleticassocitio office Stu- Effinger Leaves
_________ dents who have not already received n e
February, 1924; the board will require tickets are urged to purchase such For Ohio Toda
as a condition of membership that a STUDENT IN AUTO admission before the game Saturday.y
state bank agree to establish no WRECK RECOVERiN C "At the Ohio State game there were

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