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TEAMS BANQUETREIN
Annual Football Bust Will Entertain
Varsity, Reserves, Freshman
Squad and Band.
ALUMNI WILL PAY RESPECTS
TO "CHAMPIONS OF WESTv
Michigan's undefeated football team
and entire coaching staff and train-
ers will be the guests of honor at the
Detroit alumni football bust which
has been set for Saturday night at the
Board of Commerce in Detroit. The
reserve squad, freshmen letter men,
officials of the Athletic and Alumni
associations, Varsity band, and cheer-
leaders will also be entertained at this
time.
This affair is held every year by the
University of Michigan club of De-
troit as a climax to the year's grid
season. It is the time when the grads
of Detroit and the vicinity gather to-
gether with the men who have won
the Maize and Blue victories on the
football field and honor them for
their work.
Talks, yells and songs will make
up the main part of the program.
Moving picturesofnthe team in its
^games of the season will be shown
The program of speakdrs will include
the coaches and the prominent men of
the Detroit Alumni association.
The football men will leave Ann
Arbor at -noon Saturday on special
interurban cars for Detroit.eFrom
the station "the 'band Will lead the
party to the Capitol theatre where
they will be entertained in the after-
noon. At 6 o'clock the '°' men and
'coaches will be given a dinner at the
University club and the rest of the
party at the Board of Commerce.
Following this the football bust will
take place at the latter place.
All Michigan men are invited to
come at this time. Last year many
students went in to Detroit to at-
tend. An admission charge is made.
BURNING BEARING FILLS
BUILDING WITH SMOKE
Some excitement was aroused on the
campus yesterday afternoon when a
pumping engine in the Engineering
shops burned out a bearing, causing
smoke to issue from the basement
man-hole in considerable quantities.
The fire department was called im-
mediately- and responded with two
trucks. Application of a hand fire ex-
tinguisher soon put out the fire which
amounted to little more than smoke
from the Heated Ibel~ng; '~
The trouble originated in overload
of the pump which is used to force
the sewerage from the new Engineer-
building into the main sewer across
the road. The pump, too small for
its purpose was the only one available
at the time of construction with the
result that it has been forced to carry
unaided the increased burden placed
uponr it since the occupation of the
building. The exact damage done to
the machine has not been ascertain-
ed. No other damage resulted.
Toledo Alumnae Conduct Sale
Mrs. John R. Peck, president of the
Toledo group of alumnae, who was in
this city on business recently, an-
nounced that the final report of the
rummage sale held by the Toledo wo-
men recentlyashowedmthat approxi-
Mately $375 had been made on the pro-
ject. Mrs. Norman T. Thurston, chair-
man of the ways and means commit-
tee, and Mrs. Frank Gibbs were large-
ly responsible for the success of the
affair.
RABBI BERKOWITZ SPEAKS ON

WORLD PROBLEMS
A group of people, interested in
programs looking toward the solution
of the important social and interna-
tional problems confronting the world
today, will meet in the Upper Room,
at Lane Hall, on Wednesday, Dec. 5,
at 7 p.m. Rabbi Berkowitz, of the
Temple Beth El, Detroit, has con-
sented to give to the meeting the
message offered by Jewish thinkers
and workers. All persons interested
are invited.

On Last Lap Of Long Flight

THE MICHIGAN
RICHARuD CROKS C
IIN SYMPHONYI

DAILY

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1923

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Lients. 1. 4) Roger%, leit, anid II. D. LPalia, beside Iheir plane. The lphoto-
wvas taken ms they lprepiured to le'ivc Washmg1on on the finial lap
Lients. F. (. Rogers and H. D. Palmer of the United States Marine corps,
arc now negotiating the last leg of what will he the second longest flight in
the history of aviation. It will be the longest American flight. Trhe men
left the Island of haiti and have flown to Washington, St; Louis, San F~ran-
desco and back to Washington. Their return to Haiti will. give them a total
distance of 10.953 miles-
Construction Begun On Huge
$7,000,000 Darn In Kentucky

images from fairy tales,e
calliope, and the clown's
deronnette, the third in
ed to be a pretty little ti
ese ditty. Beauty and
groaned--or at least the1
and the violins respond
The Lady in Grey thou
orchestral color of the fI
tions rem a ned in spots
while in the last, The F
it was spread over a bro
Even tIhough the Unfir
phony recalled inevitably
dime nove Blossom Tine
Fsowhy not eliminate
Iyears of apprenticeship u:
gaining experience.
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every day commercial affairs
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n the pcrformance immensely. There Read The Da'iy "Classified",Column
is something of the pulsation of waves 1 " .iasie '.ou n
i uu in the rythmi, and'r~acei h
Perhaps, the Variations in Tschal-
kovsky's G Minor suite stands out
ye One) I above any modern set for orchestra
echoes of the ,1in picturesqueness and power to' 11 -w jI
laugh. Lai- please. The theme is announced-its
order, prov- I flavors of the Slavonic folk songs, but OPEN FROM NOON 'TILL MIDNIGHT
inling Chin-|lacks their characteristic petulant
the Beast rhythm. Elegy depressed with its r 232 Nickels Arcade-Ustairs
bassoon did, flective gloom. Then came Scherzo p
e-d softly. and we all felt grateful for the antij" Y
ight that the dote.e our Nite Cap Here
rst four sec- It would be difficult to analyze just
an globes, why Tschaikovsky music is so popu-- - -a---.... ----------
airy Garden, lar. I think Zoe Aikins was on the
ad caias. right path when she said "It reminds
nisbed Symn- u f ghosts, and rain on the moor
that musical . . And pictures of joneself
w enjoyed Iwhen one was seventeen."
I a M
some of those
is aim Babson
ntensive train- 17leads-all dealers
N fundamental Sunday, December 9, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
ade clear. l3y
t is shownhow =
the conduct of
ed CONCERT BY FACULTY
ole Damon-of ftie UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF1 MUSIC
gfr Business "What was the name of that pencil
oursesincdetail Professor 'Williams was recom
lon about the mending this morning?" s r No Admission Charge-Caildsren lsnrderwve Years of age not ad
and shows how "...
ve roles. Write ? Py)thias--
ve rol"Eldorado-my boy, Eldorado! 2 nItted unIless they first obtain tIcket at the School of Music
Just think of a fabled land of-
[ An easoanI haiess--Were no one -
dt~ctco lunks-wheire pencils are the magic ; -________________________ ________________
ve. sticks of achievement. Then you-__ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _. ;
can never forget it." -
Wednesday, December 12, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
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= }FREfl RENOWNED
wdZIMBALIST VIOLINIST
:)Usl~6*%jess world s
A Fei v''kCIcets for indidual Concerts Aualable.
rs to work with-__
ust one corner of it, but the whole For information or tickets call at the University School of
nd breadth is within your range
nce when you choose Insurance Music, CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary 2
gng
urance-Fire, Marine and Casual. ""M,~lNin" 01

High Bridge, Ky., Dec. 4-Construe- approximately 6,000,000,000 cubic feet
tion has been commenced of the Dix of water.
River dam, near here, which when Scientific calculations were made for{
completed will surpass the Roosevelt1years b prominentenineershrkm
in Aizoa acordng t en many parts of the world who check-
dam in Arizona, according to engin ed and rechecked calculations and es-
eers. It will be larger and will be timates and at last approved the hy-
capable of developing 30,000 horse- dro-electric development project. Ar-
power as compared with 23 000 horse-' thur P. Davis, an engineer of inter-
power asomprewith 2dam. hor national reputation, who planned and
built the Roosevelt dam, is associated
Fo rthe last 14 years engineers have with L. F. Harza, and other engineers
claimed the location an ideal place in building the Dix dam.
to build a high dam.
The project, when completed about LE
Feb. 1, 1925, will tower 270 feet be-
tween the rugged cliffs of Dix River
gorge and will be the highest east A LNI
of the Rocky Mountains, it is an-
nounced. The cost will be $7,000,000.
More than 1,600,000 cubic yards of Men who wish to join the United
material will be used in its construc- States Naval Reserve force will meet
tion. It will be 700 feet thick at the 1at 7:30 tonight in room 225 of the
base, tapering to 24 feet, and 760 feet Union. At the present time a numbert
wide at the top. Its backwater will ; .men have signified their desire to
form a lake 36 miles long, storing; 1 the unit, and this will be accomp

The

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length ar
of influe
as a calli
For insi

ty-touches upon every phase of business,
is an essential part of the most vital activ-
ities of commerce and industry.
As the Oldest American Fire and Ma.-
rine Ttsurance Company, so greatly respon-
sible for the present dignity and prestige of
the insurance profession, the insurance
Company of North America urges college
men to give to this worthy calling the
consideration that is its due.

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TWO STUDENTS EXPELLED
ROM COLLEGE 'SOCIETY'

lished tonight.
C. E. Seasword, grad., Chief radio-
man will speak to the men on the
different kinds of radio instruments
used in the navy, and the best kind
for commercial and domestic use.
Seasword has had considerable ex-
perience as a radio operator on sever-

Insurance Company of
North America
PHILADELPHIA
and the
Indemnity Insurance Company of North America
write practically every form of insurance except life

I al naval vessels.
Itansing Dec. 4.-Two students of The meeting will be in charge of
the Michigan Agricultural college Ensign Walter M. Simpson, '26M, and
were expelled from their collegedso-ds George Sloan, ' 24L. The retaine
ciety because of alleged drunkedness Ipay which all reservists draw will
at a recent dancing party it was re- commence with this meeting.
ported today. The students, it was
said, created a disturbance at the par-! FACULTY WOMEN'S CLUB
ty and it was ended an hour ahead TO GIVE PLAYS TONIGHTI
of time because of their presence.
The faculty of the college, accord- Two one-act plays will be presented
inig to the members of the society, ' by the dramatic section of the Faculty
has not taken action in connection! Women's club at 8 o'clock tonight in
with the occurrence butbthere is the Sarah Caswell Angell hall. The names
possibility that it 'will be referred to' of the plays have not been announced.
President R. S. Shaw, who is out of The production is open to the mem-
the city, when he returns, hers of the club and their families.
Between the plays, selections will be
Vienna, Dec. 4.-Prince Alexander given by the music section of the club.
zu Schamburg-Lippe, killed himeslf Dancing will follow the presentation
in the woods near Munderfing. of the plays.
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