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THE MICII IAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notie to all members' of
;he University. Copy received by t!'* Assistant tc the P~,ueprt until
:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Voume 4 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1923 Number 70
The Deans:
The next conference of the Deans will be held on Wednesday, Jan 23.
re will be no conferences on the intervening Wednesdays.
M. L. Burton.
The Members Of The University Faculty:
An appeal has come to the Unive rsity of Michigan from the Tokyo
erial University for contributions of books to replace in some measure
700,000 volumes which the Tokyo Imperial University lost in. he earth
ke and fire of last September. The General* Library on behalf of the
iversity has responded to' this appeal by sending to Tokyo certain dupli-
s and sets of University publications. Trhe invitation is now extended -to
nbers of the University Faculty to contribute whatever of their own
lications may be available for the purpose. Such contributions may be
tor taken to the General Library and the General 'Library offers 'to
that they are transmitted to Tokyo.
.ate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate 'Council will be, held Monday,
uary 14, 1924.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
The Health Service Dispensary will be open only between Ai and 12
ock during the Vacation period. Floyd P. Alien, M. D.

JTaps May Name
Prince Kan-In As
Gratitude Envoy

iployiuent:
The Students' Employment Bureau will be open during Christmas Vac-
on in Room 2 University Hall at the regular hours. J. A.'Bursiey.
teign Stuident Holidays:
The people of Lansing have sent their annual invitation to foreign stu-
nts to spend Christmas vacation in Lansing.
There are some families in Detroit also who would like to entertain
eign students at that time.
For particulars inquire at 302 University Hall, M. T. Th. F. at 4 o'clock
i. University phone 110-J; Residence phone 3287-MV.
J:.'A. C. ildner.
searchm Club:/
The December meeting of the Reseai ch Club will 'be held on Wednesday,
comber 19, 1923 at 8 p. in. in the Historical Laboratory. The following
ers will be presented:
"Kelps" by Professor B. M. Davis.
"Note on two Biblical fPapyri" by Professor B. A. Sanders.
T.I H. Hldebrandt, Secretary,

Prince Kan-in
Japan is going to send a special en-
voy to the United States shortly to ex-
press its gratitude to this country forE
[its assistance at the time of the castas-
ftrophe that nearly destroyed. Tokio and
Yokohoma. Prince Kan-in, honorary
president of the Red Cross society in
Japan, is expected to be named as the

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SECOND FATHES DAY
WILL BEHELD MAY 16
U. S. IT. BASEBALL GAME AND CAP1
NIGHT"T BE FEATURES
OF AVEEK EM)
Fathers' Dav will be observed by
the University on May 16, 17, and 18 it
was decided by Union omflcials in

WH AT'S GOING ON
FRIDAY
:00-Law faculty lunichIin Union.
;00-Christmas recess officially opens.
U-NOTICES
rxmlitiomi of photographs of works of
Prof. Eliel Sarrinen, in west archi-
tectural drafting room. E~nter
through arch door on diagonal walk.
hie IlWesternee's Club will hold a,
dance in the Barbour gymnasium
from 9 to 12 Friday night, Decem-
ber 19.
IIHN LMNICLUBS
PLAN VACTION DACE
Following the organization meetingj
the ,University of Michigan club of
chester recently, it was decided to
ld a Michigan' dinner dance at the
chester Yacht club in that city dur-
g the Christmas holidays. The de-
Ite date has not been announced.
dergraduates of the University are
vited to attend.
The U. of M. club of Elmira is also~
anning to hold a banquet to which
dergraduates are invited. This will
obably be staged Dec. 29.
Deou Kraus 'Visits Detroit
Dean E.1H. Kraus, of the pharmacy
liege, is in Detrot today where he
A1 attend a meeting- of the Detroit
pinch of the American Pharmaceut-
.1 asosciation. Mr. Taylor of Parke,
)YIS, andl Co., will present a paper

on the "Choice and Chance of Scienti-
fic Discovery."
Health Service To Remain Open
For the 'benefit of students remain-
ing in Ann, Arbor, during the vacation
the Health service dispensary, will, be
ope on hor aily. O ne, of the doc-
tors on the stafn will be there from
11 to 12 o'clock.,' The infirmary. will
be open every day for those who need
fcare.

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JUST RJEADY'
ThenI
One page of the President at
Library, New Engineering Labor,
Building, Yost Field House andt

charge of the aiffair yesterday. Wal- in setting the date. It Is thought that :;11111111111181111W~I1i~11111111111111
lace Flower, '<4, as been appointed I withi the early announcement of the2
chairman of the c:ommittee from theo time this year m
wil arang huse parties for the
JUnion which will have charge of the ;fathers.I
arrangemrents for the F'athers' Da. The Fathers' Day, this year will be I
A committee to assist him will be ap-!
i~onte aferChrstms.the second held by the University.,
The plcngo t t for the through the cooperation of the Union.
affar oaMay G, 1, an 18brings the The week-end devoted to the fathers
fathers here on the z~el-end :f the last year proved such a success that-
Ohio State-Michigan base]ball game, it has been continued again this year. -
Cap Night will also be held on the A uimber of different forms of enter-I
Friday jight lof the week-prod. itainment and general gatherings of
Let z: *-P h t c~n sent to tlbr, frater-! the fathers and sons will be arranged :.
nities on the carmp'is ;sking the'r c- by the committee in charge. 1 _
opera ion in the aflair urd irging;
them to have hotise parties for the New York, Dec. 1.-Leading New
father-~ over this week~-rnd. It was, York bankers express approval of Am--
itfl-possiblo for most of the fraternities' riec.n representation on the proposed-
to' do this last year because of the committee to investigate Germay's-
limited time allowed due to the delay 'finances. i
Wishing You All
AndPleasaent Vacation.
Successful New Year 118 E. Liberty 72
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MERRIFTTE
CHINESERUGS
As Manilla, P. I., is headquarters of
the U. S. army in the Orient, and the
15th Infantry is stationed in Tientsin.
a transport carrying soldiers to and
from Manilla sails monthly, and
army officers and their wives are
Igranted passage if the ship is not too
full. This means that many officers,
both of the army and the navy, visit
Peking each, month.
Mu's. Fette's home in Peking is sit-
uated in a locality very accessible to
tourists. After she had ordered a rug
j for personal use in September, 1920,
she saw a design in looms which she
liked better, so she offered the first
rug for sale, and an army officer's
jwife, from Manilla, bought it. Friends
of this lady in Manilla admired it,
and ever since, whenever the monthly
transport arrives in China, there is
sure to be many Fette rugs taken back
to Manilla. At first, working to that ,
end, Mu's. Fette was able to have
many rugs on display, hut in the last
year the demand has been so great
that she has heen unable to keep a
stock, and often her orders are booked
for months ahead-
I find that I conveyed a wrong im-
pression in an earlier article b~y say-
that her output had increased from
one rug in 19020 to $135,000 in 1922.
She has not made a fortune, far from
I it. Of. her profits, which have been a
small percentage above cost ' of pro-
duction, she has done much good for
her rug weavers-anid the rest has all
gone into better the rungs and enlarg-
ing factories.
She. writes.. in. a letter of Nov. 8,
1923: "Z think that my rugs are now
J. on the floors of most every one of
the foreign _legations in Peking. I
have: just received a $4,000:00 order
from Viscountess JIellicoe, the wife of
Admniral Jellicoe, of the ]ritish fleet,"
IWhile I was visiting her in 1922, she
sold some rugs to the admiral of our
United States fleet in the East.
In America I find that 90 per cent
of my sales are to people from large
cities, where they can compare qual-
Iities and friu rce nd1 to people who al-

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