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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

RECORD S BROKEN
IN 'ENSIEN DRIVE

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Obtain Total of 1032 Subscriptions Oil
Opening Day of
Campaignj
WANT TO S1GN UP %,500
BEFORE CLOSE, THURSDAY
All previous existing first day rec-
ords for the sale of the Michiganen-
sian were broken yesterday, the op-
cning day of the subscription drive
for the 1924 'Ensian. A total of 1032

SENATE QUIZES FORMER News From Other Colleges ANUL LL LAW
Northwestern-Hearty welcome was ened a drive for $3,000. The money
extended to dads here on Dads day,' will go toward the University esere T
held in connection with the Lake For- fund. The annual all-law sm
Washington, Nov. 13.-The Senate est game. The fathers were shown Harvard-"A swimming pool is the held at 7:30 tonight in
iinvestigating commiuttee cleared the! i ---i~ro atheUon D,
decks for the appearance before about the campus as well as enter- thing that Harvard needs the most,,, room at the Union. De
it today of Charles R. Forbes, tained at dinners and banquets. according to the treasurer of the ath- tes and Prof G (
former director of the veterans' bur- ~- . letic assciation here. He said that Je a4l peie
eau, who has been the center of fire Princeton-A new timing device was most of the smaller colleges and prep Jennings, '24I, presiden
in the enquiry. used at the Harvard game on Satur- schools have adequate pools, but Har-0 A la l atmosphfr
Forbes took the stand today day. Toward the end of the last quar- vard with one of the biggest enroll- A legal thee
and the expectation is that his ter interest as to the amount of time ments in the country, is limited to a throughout the evening.
direct and cross examination will remaining for play is always shown. small and inadequate one. for the m okct' havebes
consume upwards of two days. At The new device which removes the Chicago-A collection of 221 rare the form of a sammons.
the outset he asked permission to tense moments starts with six minutes books has been presented to the Uni- wiltopteset so ue o
read a prepared statement in reply to before the quarter is ended. versity. Of this number 105 were add to the legal nature o
the charges that have been made{ printed prior to 1599. siBooth'sduringthestra evening.
against him. Minnesota-Marian Harris, the po- si-uigteeeig
Besides appearing in his own behalf, pular vaudeville headliner and record be smokes, cider and doup
Ithe former director p~lans to call army artist, aided the sales of the Gopher an a y ofies w o il b lu s itoi awhc st e olgWea -B R O HU LM LS IO UPLN l ' T 1A
and navy officers who will be ques- Historical, whiche is the college year- I 'OU A1 L.
tioned with a view to refuting testi- book. She expressed the opinion that
ony which has been given with ie- "audiences in college towns are so DETROTr
ard whicthe a r en g iv n tts r auprecat esn c llye towansare so LECTUREL-
gard to the awarding of contracts for appr'eiative especially to an act like lI

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subscriptions obtained were reported
last night. This number is more than
double that of last year when 760 were
reported at the, end of the first day.
When the returns were compiled last
night cards had come in from but few
of the fraternities and sororities. It
is expected that these will greatly
swell the total today and tomorrow.
Members of the 'Ensian staff at-
tribute the success of the first day of
the drive to the new system inaugur-
ated this year whereby it is not nec-
essary to pay for the book when, sign-
ing the subscription blank. Many stu-
dents have remarked, according to the
men in charge of the drive, that the
present plan makes it much more con-
venient for the purchaser of the book.
Several, however, have taken advan-
tage of the table placed in the* vesti-
bule of the library for that purpose to
pay immediately.-
It is the opinion of the 'Ensian staff
that at the present rate of sales the
quota of 3,500 will be easily reached
by the close of the drive Thursday
night. They are looking forward to
two days as successful as the firstI
one.
The 'Ensian this year will be made,
to quite an extent, into a pictorial
review of = all campus activities, ac-
cording to members of the staff. The
tendency has been in this direction for
several years and will be carried into
effect this year.
Comedy Club To
Give, two Plays
Considerable.interest is manifest in
campus dramatic circles regarding the
forthcoming production of Comedy
club at 8:15 o'clock tonight in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Two plays,
Houghton's "Fancy Free' and "'Op-O'
My-Thumb" by Penn and Pryce, will
make up the performance and after
the success of the last presentation
many are wondering whether Comedy
club will "do it again."
Mayence, Nov. 13.-A provincial gov-
ernment has been set up at Speyer,
following the proclamation of a Pal-
atinate Republic, say advices received
here.

Dr. C. G. Abbott
The announcement by Dr. C. G. Ab-
bott that it is scientifically true that
many of the stars furnish twice as
much heat as the sun has interested
scientists. Dr. Abbott has just return-
ed from a study of the stars at Mount
Wilson, Calif. He believes that event-
ually this star heat may be turned to
some use by man.

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veterans' hospitals.
The committee also expects to re-
call for cross examination, Elias H.
Mortimer, of Philadelphia, whose
charges against Forbes proved one of
the sensations of the hearing.
' Republican Club
To Hold Luncheon
Consideration and discussion of po-
litical problems will take place at the
regular bi-monthly meeting of the Re-
publican club, to be held in the Union
at noon tomorrow. The meeting will
takethe form of a luncheon. All mem-
bers are urged to make a special ef-
fort to attend. Professor T. H. Reed
of the political science departmentl
will be the principal speaker.l
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Cornell-The National Academy of
sciences held its meeting Nov. 12, 13,
and 14. Men of the different sciences
and representing institutions through-
out the country attended.
university of California-"Univer-
sity of California boasts of their An-
thropological museum as the only
place in the United States exhibiting
mummies that have been X-rayed;"
says A. Warburton of the Museum.
Another unique object belonging to
the collection is a whistling jar which
is 2700 years old and was probablyl
used by Inca priests in curing dis-
eases.
Ohio State-The Y. M. C. A. has op-

ALUMNA DlIEAFER1
PROTRACTED ILLNESS
Mrs. Hazel Allman Perkins, '18 S of
M, wife of Donald L. Perkins of the
engineering department died at mid-
night Sunday after a protracted ill-
ness.
Mrs. Perkins taught music in the
Milan public schools for several years
after she was graduated from the
School pf Music. She was married
to Mr. Perkins, October 23, 1918.
Her husband, two children, Elizabeth
aged four, and Donald, Jr., aged two,
her mother, Mrs.;Minnie Allman, and
three brothers, Charles, Iussell, and!
Harold, '17, are the members of her,
family who survive her.J
The funeral will be at 2:30 o'clock
tomorrow from the home of Mrs. All-
man at 1104 Forest Avenue. The bur-
ial will take place at Forest Hill
Cemetery.
U. S. Steel Tonnage on Decrease
New York, Nov. 12.-Unfilled orders
of the United States Steel -corporation
on Oet. 31, made public today, totalled
4,672,825 tons, a decrease of 362,925
tons under those at the end of Septem-
ber.
It's true etilciency to use Dail
Classiefieds-Adv.

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Mr. Burton Holmes, well known
world traveler and a lecturer of in-
ternational reputation, will give one
of a series of five lectures tonight at
Orchestra hall in Detroit. Mr. Holmes
has been in Europe and Asia during
the past five months, and has devoted
much time to a study of the conditions
'n the countries of Germany, Austria,
Hungary, Italy, and the neighboring
states. He has secured pictures of the
cities of Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin,
Vienna, and Cologne as well as of the
entire Ruhr district and in addition,1
he wil take his audience by airplane
around the western end of the Medi-1
terranian sea. These pictures are said
to be some of the most interesting and
remarkable ever filmed and exhibited
in this country.
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