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THE MICHIGAN DAILYTH

DEANS APPROVE
KONORS MEETING'

He Feeds Germany

Committee Favors Holding Annual
Honorary Convo-
tation
PROJEllCT ..To COME BEFORE
COUNCIL IN, NEAR FUTURE
Discussion and adoption, of the re-
port of the commiittee appointed to
look into the advisability of esablishi-
ing an annual Honors convocation oc-
cupied the greater part of the weekly
conference of Deans held Yesterday
mkorning.
The report of the commlttel favors
the establishment of a special' convo-
cation to be held early in May each
year for the purpose of. giving public
recognition to students who have
particularly distinguished themselves
in scholarship. The report provides
that there shall be a special program
which shall contain the names of
all those elected during the current
school year to the various, honorary
scholastic organizations, the names of
those holding scholarships and fellow-
'ships in the Graduate school, and the
names of those inning other scholas-
tic awards and sch olarships.
The report, already approved by the
beans, will shortly- be considered by
the Senate council and, the Senate,
after which it will be passed upon by
the' Regents.
The announcement of at committee
comuposed? of Prof. E. E. Day, of the
economics department, chairmnan;
Prof. George E. Myers, of the oduca-
tional department, Dean Jean Rain
ilton, Prof. Jesse B. Reeves, of the
political science department, and
Prof. H,.. . Riggs of the engineering
college, was made. 'These men will,
make a study of the problem of voca-
tional guidance, with the view of the
possible establishment of a vocational
guidance bureau hero.
Major. Robert Arthur, and Major
William T. Carpenter made .a report
of the work of. the R. 0. T. C., and
a discussion of methods of making
its work more popular among the
students was held.
31Thskansz Addresses Rolmance Club
John H. Muyskens of the' Romance
languages department presented .a pa-
per on "Palatography" at a meeting of
.he Romi1anrce clutb fheld yesterday aft-
ernoon at the Union. Palatography
deals, wyith the scientific measurementj
off the muscular movement In speech.
A Poistpone Spanish Lectu re'
Alecture on "Modern Costa Rico"j
by Terencio "'Peralts oif the Romance
languages department that was to be'
given tonight under the auspices of La'
'o!ceia pncahsbe oto'd ntil next Tuesday. The lecture
willl be 'acd in roiom 203 Tappan hall.

minister of food and agriculture in and power. Strikingly remarkable was
the German cabinet. The year's crop their clearness of diction, in French j
has been good, according to reportsaswlasiEnih.Te:%gs;
but farmers can find no market for
their products and the city dwellers expressively as we have ever heardj
are w=ithbout mecans of buying what food them, in their presentation of the
Is available. I famous duet from the firsit act of-
;Madamze Butterfly. It was done drain-
JillTdF AND I tically and emotionally, yet with al
control that was compelling. It lost
MU LSICI/ANS sonme of its smoothness by being done;
iEnglish. Tosti's Serenata was giv-
J'1J:TF MUSICALE I!en a,7,an encore.
MA~Na Mrs. WYorley's playing of Cyril
Scott's Lotus Land was interesting. It
Matinee Miusicale presented a most had throughout a smooth evenness of
acceptable program at their second; touch and gave evidence of a polished!
ineeting this fall, held yesterday after-! technique. She played also MacDow-
noon in the assembly hall of the Un.- eli's Praeludium and Chopin's second
ion. Miss Ora Lartbard, Mrs. J. S. Polonaise.
lWorley, and Mr. and Mrs. WilliamI R. A. H.
Wheeler were the soloists. - -
Miss Larthard's playing was impres- I ukarest, Nov. 21.-=-The conference
ofve; particularly so was her offering to settle Hungarian and Rumanian dif-1
ofDvorak's "Waldesruhe," a thing of ferences due to the Treaty of Trianon,
rare beauty. The sustained cello tones x; in session.
were full of resonance and feeling, norJ

kUWTAW PEN1
"The -,sawORDO iCO.
That Made the Fountuin Fen POSSIBLE '

Reservations taken now for
Saturday Dinner After
,. Minnesota Game
I~m 5-8 P.MN.
_ ~Sunday Dinner by ReservationT
1-3 P. M.
I ~Cosy Corney' Tea Room
330 Mgaynrd, south .1 MaJoic
Tel. 9913
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Daily classified fqr real results.

Count Gerhard Ton IHanitz
Nothing to (10 until spring but feed
the whole German nation. That's the
position in whIch COunt Georhaid Von
Kanitz finds himsielf. He's the new
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did their quality diminish with the ex-j
tension of range. The Rondeau placed
a vaiety of demands upon the play-
er, which she met with commendable
ease and composure.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, as usual, sang
together with delightful interpretat onj
and pleasing balance of tone quality
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West Va. Egg and Lump i

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IMM1EDIATE DELIVERY

COMMON AND FACE BRICK
CORNWELL COAL

Permanently on Display at
GUY WOOLFOLK & CO.
336 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Mich.

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WH-ITEHOUSE -& HARDY
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BROADWAY AT 40"N STREET 1"4 WEST 42ND STREET
MEiPOUTN OPERA HousE &A-0. KNCK*oCKER DUiLPINO
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.ODAY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
IN ANNOUNCING THE LIMITED ENGAGEMENT OF THIS COI)Y
EXTRAVAGANZA, Which plays for three days only, in view of the
fact that it should run for a week, we were unable to secure a
larger booking, and we, will not advance our prices. Theatrically
speaking, we should do capacity business at every' performuance.

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Arcade-Owen 'Moore ins "Modbi
Matrimony."
Majestic' Buster Keatoni
"Hospitality.",
Wuerth-Harold Lloyd in "WI
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In view of the fact that we have
lately been surfeited with a large
number of, heavy screen dramas,
"Modern Matrimony," the Lewis J.
Selznick comedy, is a most wel-
come change in our screen diet. It
is one of those hilarious comedies
of married life-in this particular
instance newlyweds-which con-
tain situations which might reason-
ably be expected to occur to almost
anyone under similar circum-
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THOSE MOST CONCERNED)
floe Mere of This Tale,
OWEN MOORE
Pal riecWa ddinigton,
Nee Flynnci, Just the Moment
Our Story Oven's.. . ALICE LAKE
i-'s, Flynn,
illitaiit 'Mother and Social
Av~atrixMayme Kelso
Self-M1ade Man and Wife-Fl ayed
Husband Frank Camnpeau

{firs. Rutherford,
Sitting Pretty on the Top Rung
of the Social Ladder, Nate Lester
Junior Rutl erford,
Dead, No frth of Adanim's
Apple Victor 1Potel
Mfr. Batnman,
Chief Executioner of the Cheer-
ful Credit Co. Suite Edwards
Rastas,
H-e SMoves Furniture Rios'
Celebriously.. .Mistah Douglas
Cartier.

Have you Enough
dishes for your Turkey feast?
if not we have just what

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