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THE MIC141GAN DAILY

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,WEDN'ESDAY. NOVEMM - 21.'.L"V

THE MICHIGAN DATLY WEDNESDAY NOV~Mfl'~Th 21. 1~

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SMDIJNSUA SCLPE, iews From Other Colleges
IN E EAY SENTENHE cefil4-The:M:insota Daily ident has been missing for m~ore than
Judyby putting cut a large issue'
Peter Saad of Detroit, ticket scalp- I 2 pages. An extra thousand cop- 'Notre mihme-The Notre Dame Daily
or, was sentenced yesterday in Judge i -e were printed and distributed gratis is making a plea for students for a
Thms court to ten days in theIoothalmigraesupt. ttraen too
county jail, as well as fined for his t h lmi retrspot«t hetn og
operations as a scalper. This is the I on the rocks" if subscriptions do
las ofthecass aisig iromn~ Callfcrn a-California recently cele= not come in at a fast rate.
]llegal selling of tickets at the M~ar-lrad the biggest rally of the year, !

- . .--.---~-Iies game. Sad was also warned to jn ~'jmrn, in celebration of t. rnheil An interesting history ofI
stay out of Ann Arbor, after the ex the victory over U. S. C. An extra largeI the class of '73 has been published by
Dea..gh..ab "hemeicl pration of his sentenco ,on penalty of Ireb le as the men fled in with: an alumnus of that class. The class
school, one of the leading national i .iii being sent to the H-ouse of Correction. their classes and everyone wearing a j vas the second graduated by Cornell.
figures in hi9 Pi~fession, has accepted 1{ The case against Saad was unus- pair of pajamnas. Coach Any Smith In the history the baby is described as
a - recent invitation: to. -address the i..:::: ual, in that he had aopted an extraor-i addresed tne gatherng, being 68 years old while the oldest
Academy of Mtedicine at San Francis-f' dinary way of sellinga the tick et. Ede- - member of the class is 8 years of age.j
co Dec. 6s 7 and S. Dean Cabot will y r,~, r was***-* caught tAnaing , cktc at Cre of r ;ol - A advance in campus ! Te class has had nice reunions.
leave Ann Arbor Sunday,; Dee. 2 and the gatesF' and t selling them through Iora s'as hw wert a n
expeCtS to return about Dec. 17. an accomplice to people outside. It non ced that the Oregon Daily Em- Health Serie o Obseve Hours
Itcade is ln ente cso of the . is alegedthathe (lidchisit th Ohi erald would add an extra column to its Office hours at the University health
acaemis f mdiineonthePaifi Igame as well as the Marincs game pages, making each sheet contain s- service will be more strictly adhered
eoost to invite distinguished men from and was hired for the second time by ; e columns. Lack of space has ne- to in the future, according to an an-
all parts of the United States to speak the Athletic associaion tat they Icsitatldtheadtin nouncement made by officialsyetr
before formal r gthe~.ings of their I night wat h his. operations, day. Patients in the past have been
member.invitation of Dean Cabot to Saad claims to have been recoin- ~~ri d reo given attention outside of office hours
this session is considered a signal nine satce elrb ~l ~ l~i-oetan $1300 was
rppditthbuktathgaehonor, inasmuch as few of them are "Germany" Schultz, and lie also (i i in nttteheke a te amfutui ractxceptwillntpeallowsed
f~~sifed. l'~~~~~ lst Satu reay. This has made pos in h uueixeti pehIcss
caums to have known Sena Or Jamaes CLI The regular hours are: 2 to 4 o'clock}
Dean Cbot ha chosn "ThfctionCouzens and Reresentative Eobcr"the tir hahs trip to Chcago. ad7~8ocok
in the Kidneys", as the subject for the Clancybut noneof t8eoaoveocen
formal paper to bec given "before the when questioned, had ever heard of 11,04011 Tech-The Tech, the daily eluretill W21l Stanl fr Election
Ott rri:lei" medical mien from all parts I01in BuEttlr '3 eats him. ;,aper, recently celebrated its 42nd an-; London Nov. 20.- Winston Spencer;
of the West. '4.e will also give twot niverary. It started in November,I Churchill will stand for West Leices-s
other talks on the same subject to I William Buler ;'eats, Irish poet 1.., tI38, as a one-page issue. te:Teei odfiiearneet
open clinics at which -are expected ad uto ad-,onze!amce ossW l n ertr-hr-i odfntearneet
'c1, betweenaLaborites and Liberals for"aO-
masy students Of the universities as l -IbtTn abriesan Lbeal fr l
wel s ratiin pyscins Sid~sthe- be t knowna literary lighs of ,the ; Deco aton Loftest . S. l--Th~ie unsolved mystery of lotment of seats. If Labor has a ca-
aWdelleaedstudntistaflinpth (idae opoingChrchll ht lgh
will <accompany the leture and will hiewer ;caool, has been a warded the-acsperdsuenisbflgth iae ooigCucilahtfgt
!Nobel local police. No motive is aprn ilsulktasde ces LbrofBl
sev omake more clear its technical J oe rze for literature. die has Entries in the contest being staged'nor can one be discovered. The st- swil reultascieacssLbo.fBl
side:' dv1-wn widely upon Irish legends and by the Student council for the best'
Dean Cabot will also give a paper at evnts in his own life for his works. decorated fraternity house Saturday,_________________________________
the cadmy o Moicio atLosAn-the day of the Minnesota game, must
geles. ainXdanaeofhsien be in by Friday night. They can be
oen teoas my invitatins:- C m us ' 7' made to James Rice, 24, by calling ' T
been exeits t hmdy omergt1\ 371, or at 004 S. State street. "
fremno m eial organizations ir'ithe £k A(r .~silver loving cup, engraved with " ~ ~ ' 1 B
West. ire 'Deannill give only Ala'! Of 6ilb CGhargeS the name of the winner, will be giv
two .papers, however, and expects to___enb th Conifoapemnn4dorSuhofLery tet-nM I
leave for home Dec,. 12. e yteCuclfrapraet4d~ ot fLbrySre-nMI
After consderale qestiningtrophy.Judgscoe rmtefc
ongcoaches andbstudentsewho t- lty, will visit the housest entered The Shoe Shop-where they' have the classy up-to-date styles
s ilf a Saturday noon and again n the ev- on
Tf ndl '' eth e game ?.t aison ast1Sat- ayi em oob iecrcnu nin'g so that electrical displays can' always, inYon Men's and' Young Women's
£ t ~ 1 ILRU IOoI opanon among these witnesses of be judged.
~Jte di turbsnices which occurred oilm The committee in charge of the con-!~T
IIJ m[Al Tn lsmT Randalfield after the gamne that !i!thesti eddb ie ihEwr XOD n
'~ Wisconsin students as a body had no 1 Fox, '25E, and Robert J. Hummer, '25,
Mebrso heCsoptta lb at in the affail%. assisting him. To (ate no entries have - - -
WhemtheulashoofottheielCoc'smoenpreitadnbyclubommpare
will hold a business meeting at 7:301 We th dah ntth filo-benrcvdbyheom te. Come Down Town-Save a Dollar or Two
'clock, tonight in room 110 of the! curred andI an attempt was made to___
library. The meeting has been call- mob the referee, Walter Ekersall, London, Nov. 20.- Lady H-erbert
ed t elct prsidet. redfle Ir it was people other than students that widow of Sir Michael once ambassador!-
ctn prsdtthslead the riot. -Towns people of Mad- uhsbe cin rsdn hsjto America, is dead. 1 oga Men
b~s e en - con, aluimni of the University, or oth- Doga -Evng
Aeee a e '~ l b a - d t t r visitors at the gam e are be- - -- - -"g-
deegt Wilb nmd tVt q
~edtoNtoa osooi lieved to have been responsible for the Shoes-- Dresse OC~fo~ds
ion whc~wil b"h.datdisorder.1 E MT ' Dr -
b6nvent rn lihwlb eda . Patent or
thrItrnas time'. Plans for the.'ne--I£VAALJ for-
taintn~ent of foreign students cduria1gL E IN TGR '17, DIES DES SMiA IIN6 Dull Calf
uIstne"
christmas vacation will also be is- F ROM GUN WVOUND? Specializing inI,
cu - ,.- -, -
c~sd __ fternon and Eeig iiNn 65
Ote ciiispandb h lb Word of the death of Lieut. Ilobert Gow-s
for the noxt few weeks are a recep-1 W . Eine, '17'ofLaningnssB- IsI iP4?=
iPo Sna. , W . 2ith fthe phomlq e-fW.tionge 1, f anin~ ta ? ter______jy~ar
ttSnaDc.2a h oe o n sed at Fort Sneling, Minnesota, Open after oveber 4 - - .-- - P.h -,p mor
rf .Smt fthp'hyasfe-hsbeen. reeived here. 'Lieutenant __________
partment and Mrs. Smih; a talk 'by Ehiunger lied as a result of a nun is Phone for Appintmnts Now' Ir
krof. H, A. Sanders of the Latin 6de- Iund3 "eev~ hl ukhnig12.W~I
0attment, oh "the Dangers of 'Dis-Nv ;-I5i--_ C~.~ _____________
aste i roe", Dec.', and a Christ- Lieutenapt Ehinger wusk a student - - - '
mas party, 'Dec. 16. he duing the war annenlste i
hero and enliste

M IUSIC AND The Silken Band ............ Dvorak
IVrainient los Belles Sont Volages .
iviUSIIANl j .... .... ... . orri
I Mr..and Mrs. William Wheeler
S Matinee Musicale will hold its Nov-!, Praeludium, Op. 10......Macflowell
ember program at 3:30 o'clock today Lotus Land, Op. 47, No. 1 . .Cyril, Scott
at the Union. Miss Ora Larthard, cell- Polonaise ....................Chopin
'ist, Mrs. J. S. Worley, pianist, and Mr.Mr.JS.Wre....
and Mrs. William Wheeler, vocalists, i
> will appear. Because of recent ill- Duet from first act of Madame Butter-
> ness, Mr. S. P. Lockwood will be un- fly ................. ...... Puccini
able to deliver a lecture as originally Mr. and. Mrs. Willim Wheeler
scheduled. A tea and social hour will
! take .place .after the program which is Bastia, Nov. 20. ---(By A.P.) -The
a's follows: I Dutch steamer, afire i this ' French
sWadearuhe ... ......Dvorak harbor s'everal days, has been sunk by
IRondean ..... .............. Dvorak .guns of the Dutch naaltriinig ship
Miss Oara. Larthard Trom, with her blazing cargo of cot-
The Parting ................ Dvorak ton, wool, skins, ilk anid nf
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Master craf,
patterns, 'We
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CRAVATS.
lsmen design the
lave the silks and
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Y. in the neckband.
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