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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rtIURDAY, NOVEMNBER. 10, 1923

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Alumnus-Heads IRUTfDE ne iGc M rn S u e t ates who have served at some time orf ter d, "Personally I think it is a
Re etS okIIIIVUI IIUJJq other in the marines, face the pr~spect 1;-,ty bad fix for them. No matter how
IIrivals. "Oh it's not that bad," remarked Mr
CHIMSTHYThe marines have a reputation for; Smiley (Gladd, "in fact no matte
CHEMIIn aF mac ervDtoua ter? ias ostirgtwog ganizaton afte muteaving hc eam coms taeaud toe."r
f I'-II ' 44i d v1:INLASTand ew'oter questions, involving the service and it is a familiar rayingI bound to win."
I FEW a S TO CUEJ t, - toe di .ision of allegance, will be solv- !among them that "ne a marine, al
0Coi if ed on Ferry field today when a host of ways a marine." Speaking of the situ-l It's true efficiency to use Daily
, d Michiga graduates and undergradu- atlon, Mr. ILugubrious Blue said yes. Classifieds.-Adv.
Prof. Frank C. Whitmore of the
chemitry department at Northwestern
univ ersity spoke before the Un3iversity ______
'~~section of the American Chemnical so-I g T E
ciety at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon F RG '"
4 in thne ampitheater of the chemical
building. The subject of his talk was
:"Recent Developments in the Organic A n
Chemistry of Mercury."
IThe professor briefly outlined thQ
work that has been dlone in this feld1 AND AN "M" FOOT BALLOON-ALL FOR
in the fast few years. IIc said that I-$10.______
for the most part maercutric chemistry f $1.0
has been in the hands of maen who; AND YOUR JOY WILL BE COMPLETE
{were not interested in the chemistry
~of mercuric reactions but were only
searching for some practical rn~eruric
Jae .ODa 0Edrug or medicine. This was also the! kT
James M. O' ea, "9E iultimate aim of the investigations car-A!
'Mr. O'Dea heads all of the Detroit (ied on by him, he stated, though he
committees in charge of that city's en- was educating himself now in mer- NAST E T
tertainment for Secretary Edwin L. curic reactions in order to find a TA TE STREET 1
Denby, ..6L, and his staff this morn- sprdu, wihls nomd
ng and tonight. Tihe Detroit master men could find only through accident.T
o;° ceremonies was prominent in Mich-________
igan Union work while a student here. ___ ________ ___3 "___ _-____ _

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oe the field. Beneath the stand five itsch, has won a unique positionI
tra,-ining rooms were built, one of them among the world's greatest orches- j
containing the convenience of a show- tras. Mr. Gabrilowil'sel is an ac-
er bath which it was hoed Iwould knowledgedi ma ater of all forms of l
greatly faicilitate the training of fu- orchest~ral music, and is besides, an
ture track, football, and baseball efficient and confident condcltor. If
teamxs. "Regents Field" became the he may be said to excel in the inter-
official title of the playinig field in 1397 lrctation of the works of anzy partic-
becausze of the generosity of the 1 ular composer, such honor should be
Board of Regents in purchasing the j given to those of Tschaikowsky. His
land and adding iiprovements. I program on Mionday will be entirely
In 102,theTieorabe Dxte M.given over to Tyschaikowskyr numbers.,
F7erry, of Detroit, puarchasedl andl gave .caePrsenw dRsin
t&,Y the University the tract of land, violinist and condluctor, will be theG
about twenty acres in exten3t, 1°iing' soloist with the orchestra. Tickets'
betwecen the Regents Field and Edwin for this concert are available at the
St. The Board of Regent accepted office of the School of Music.
the gift and named the entire field in
hlono of the donor. Thle gridiron was
thien nmoved to its present location,(jJJ[[ITTEEIEO
and the. grandstands were transferred
to their new position. Michigan's )nvff
great teamis of the next few years FR~ ~_C NEE C
added greatly to the interest manifest-,___
ed in football and necessitated the Men are still Wanted to work oil
ere ction of additional stands. committees who will have charge of
In 10fCS the new baseball field w4as- the arrangemnents for the Older Boys'
#c r ) w , i tnspecators.ac nommodatons Conference to ta ke p ce \Nov. '
~oi1500 secatos.Ini9~ heand Dec. 1, and 2, at An.-. Artbor .utn-
clubhouse east of the stands xv:*s der the auspices of the S. G. A.
OP~lC~l andtheitawsouh stnls The entire program that will be em- i
'we.re finished in 1914. Today M'ichti-poedibthheneramntf
gap's field contains thirty-eight acres theloyshereboo theontertaneneof1
of turf, divided into baseball dia- bringing out the purpose of their con-
mennds, soccer fields, and football ig aeyarneeto paes
pracisca fields. Othzer features are a hl, nhel adfgoups which theare
cloar:ter-nyile track and a number of to be divided in, will all be the work
'ay and concrete tennis courts. o hs omtes
Tr~day will witness the dedicationo hsecmites
of the one unit needed to fulfill the'
dream - of makhin g Ferry Field thie} Berlin, Nov. 9.---Wirelcss m~essages
not wvholly believedI say von Kafir and
graetathletic plant in the world. (von Lossew Joined the B1aarian
Whenli< the new field house will be cori- I oltundr cmpur(n
pieoted it will be among the finest and_____
fbest equipped structures of this kind
in thte country. Indoor football and It's true efiien icy to use Dlaily
bas. eball, several basketball courts, a Clsifi__________
onec-eight mile track, and a 75 yard
v.taightway are among the many felt-
tures of the building.. Accomnmoda- ;
tions for 12,500 people will give the
field house the largest seating capacity
of any building' in the University.
The holding of thte IWestern Confer-M
ence indoor track meet in Ann Arbor
will be made possible through the ad-
dition of this building to the athletic I
eqiuipmnent of the University.
6"'11- Smuts to Remain in Londoni-
London, Nov. 9.-Gen. Smuts, Southj
Africa's Premier, has decided to re-'
main in London awhile and watch
c. enits in Eu'rope. He-Is in close touch!X cli~ ~ S
v ritlh Continental diplomats, as well as We ave no .
the British Foreign Office. Cooked to please

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