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TI-TE MICHIGAN DAILY

~~~ID A ILY OFFCA BLEI
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b tib Assistant to the Preeiept until
a:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturr1ai.
Volume 4 SUNDAY, JANUARY o, 1924 Number 74

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To The Deans:
The next conference of the Deans will be held on Wednesday, Jan 23.
There will be no conferences on the intervening Wednesdays.
M. L. Burton.
Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
January 14, 1924.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
University Lecture:
1r. A. J.' B. Wace, Director of the British School of Archaeology at
Athens, will deliver a lecture on Wednesday, January 9, at 4:15 P. M.
Natural Science Auditorium.
Subject: "Prehistoric Greece: a Study in Archaeological Reconstruction"
(illustrated by stereoptican).
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins..
1University Senate:
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1923-
24 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday, January
14, at eight o'clock.
Annual Report of the Board in Control of Athletics.
John W. Rradshaw, Secretary.
Jean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:..
The next meeting will be held Tuesday afternoon, January 8, at 4 p. m.
in the Dean's office. John R. Effinger.
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The next meeting of the Faculty will be held as announced Monday, Jan-
uary 7, at 4:10 P. M. in the west ;lecture room of the Library. As has al-
ready been announced in the notice of this meeting which has been mailed
to members of the Faculty, the business of the day will include the following
special orders:
1. A proposition for a modification of the entrance requirement in
mathematics.
2. A proposition for a modification of the present marking system.
John R. Effinger.
Twilight Organ Recitals:
Mr. Palmer Christian, University Organist and Head of the Organ De-
partment of the University School of Music, will make his Ann Arbor debut
in the first of the series of weekly organ recitals, Wednesday afternoon, Jan-
uary 9, at 4:15 o'clock. Thereafter programs will be given each week at
the same hour unless otherwise announced. The general public, with the
exception of children under twelve who for. obvious resaons will not be
admitted, is invited. All programs will begin on time and the doors will be
closed during the numbers. A," Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
French Play Tryouts:
Tryouts for the Annual Freilch Play, to be held under the auspices of
the Cercle Francais, will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday,
January 8, 9, and 10, in Room 202 S. W. at 4:00 o'clock. Any students ell-
gible for campus activities are urged to try out. , , .
John H. Muyskens.
Women's Research Club:
The Women's. Research Club Will hold a meeting on Monday evening,
Jan. 7, at 7:30 p. In. in Room Z 242, Natural Science Bldg. Miss Frances
Clark and Mrs. Carl Erlanson will present papers.
MIna L. Winslow, Secretary.

Sport Snap Shots
(Continued from Page Six)
Rockne's contract with Notre Dame
expires at the 'end of the 1924 cami-
paign. Bill Roper, mentor of the Tig-
er eleven for years, has announced
point blank that he will step out as
active boss of the squad next season
And in addition to these circumstances
is the fact that Princeton grads have
brought pressure to bear to obtain,
Rockne's services.
Rockne's development of the modern!
open game has virtually revolution-
ized many angles of it. While he has:
perhaps gone to extremes on someI
ideas-as is evidenced by the weak-I
ness of the Notre Dame line last sea-
son-he has shown himself to be a
brilliant coach and one who gets re-
suIts.
American league fans got a mom-
entary thrill recently when they read
the headline "Yankees Purchase N.3
Cullup". Until they read the attach-
ed dispatch they wondered if the
Cullup mentioned could possibly be
"Nick" Cullup, Southpaw, who hurled
once before with the Yanks and also
served with the Cleveland Indians. But,
the new Cullup is no relation to the
veteran. But as his first name be-
gins with "N" they'll probably nick-.
name him Nick.
He was one of the best pitchers inz
the Western league last season. Old
Nick was one of the southpaws who
have helped make lefthanders fam-
ous for the eccentricities and wierd
antics on and off the ball field.
W. B. Smith, president of the Bir-
mingham Club of the Southern asso-
ciation, is credited with telling the
following yarn at the recent meeting
of baseball moguls in Chicago:
"We had an umpire down in the
Southern league a few years ago whc
was quick on the triggers. One day
one of our batters slid into first base
as he was trying to beat out an in-
field hit. He turned a somersault ov-
er the bag and came up with his hands
full of dirt. He was out about ten
or fifteen feet.
"Don't you dare call me out," he
yelled to the umpire.
"You're out three times!" exclaim-
ed the umpire.
"Three ways?" queried the player
"Three ways?" queried the player
"How's that?"
"You're out at first; you're out $10;
you're out of the game."
COACHES WILL ISSUE CALL
FOR TRACK TEAM TRYOUTS
(Continued from Page Six)
and Blue this season. Rhoades, from
lats year's freshman team, seems to be
the best of the new men. The high
jump event seems to be one of the
strongest departments.- on the teami
with three "M" men back in McElven,
Smith and Nufer. Steve is worrying
considerably about finding a suitable
shot putter to take Van Orden's place,!
as there are only a few men out for
this event.
Daily classified for real results.

Charms Audience

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j nities and class athletic managers by
In ram ralItemsIcalling at the Intramural office.
(Continued from Page Six) Important -rulings. as well as all
of the minor ones for speedball and
the events in which the individual other sports being sponsored by the
will participate must be indicated. Intramural deparment are contained
Each contestant is limited to three within its covers as well as a complete
events, which are as follows: 40 yard resume of last years champions in
free style, 40 yard back stroke, 60 1
yard breast stroke, 100 yard free A wealth of material' eligible for
style, 220 yard free style, plunge and Intramural competition was unearth-j
fancy diving. ed in the recent fraternity swimming
--. Imeet and with the annual all-campus
The Intramural year book for the meet but a few weeks off, it is expect-1
ed that the same class and enthusiasm,
athletic period 1922-23, has been coin- will prevail again. Entries can be
pleted and can be obtained by frater- made at the Intramural department

I any time during the next two week
If enough men enter immediate
the Intramural department will
cure permission from the officials
the "Y" for the use of the pool for t
Intramural Navigators.
Although fraternity basketball w
make its initial bow to the stude
body next Monday eevning, the ent
sheets for the church, society, cla
and independent league basketba
or presidents of organizations w
expect to participate should signi
their intention of competing witi:
the next few days.
Paily classified for real results.

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1924

OFFICE SUPPLIES

1924

Walter Scat lan f
The noted interpreter and player
of romantic roles of the Emerald Isle]
charmed his audience last night at the
Whitney theatre rith his songs and
acting in "The Blarney Stone". The;
background and Mr. Scanlan's orig-
inal songs transported a bit of pict-
uresque and beautiful old Ireland to
Ann Arbor.

A HANDY CALENDAR and an EXCELSIOR DIARY
will keep you happy all the year through
OFFICE SUPPLIES IN GENERAL

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WHAT'S GOING ON

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committee meets at
studio tv haye picture

in ,the Michiganensian before Jan.
28.
Organization space is still available at
the.Michiganensian office. Contracts
should be signed at once for this
space by organizations which have
not already done so.
Ottawa, Jan. 5.-=-Sir Lonear eouuin,
ininister of justice 'in the Canadian
uovernnent, has restgn a because of
Al health.

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W ARM winter weather has left stocks too large. They MUST be
reduced. So every price has been slashed, cut to the bone. You
get all our superb suits and overcoats at enormous savings. And
furnishings, too. for this is the most gigantic clearance of our en-
tire history!

:45-Young Peoples' supper at the.
Unitarian church.
:30-Rev. S. S. Robins speaks on "A
Prime Minister's Letters to'a Col
lege Student."
MONDAY
:0O-Hen's.Educational club meets in
room 302 of the Union.
:00-Judge Ben B. Lindsey speaks onf
"Experience with Kids" at Hill au-
ditorium.
U-NOTICES
11 organizations and fraternItles
must have their group pictures tak-
en during the month of January.
11 classeA, camplis societies, and or-
ganizations must pay for th'ir spade

It's true efficiency to use
Classlefeds-Adv.

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Fraternlties Notice
Fraternity co y for 1924 Michi
ganensian not in by Jan. 8., can-
I not be accepted. .Attention must
be given to this matter immedi-
ately. 'Houses who wish new
pictures or crests must arrange
to have them taken inmediately.
I N. .K Barber,
Fraternity Editor,

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ne MacDonald.
Majestic-Virginia Valli in "A {
f Lady ofr Quality."'
Wuerth Dorothy Davenport
. Reid in "Human Wreckage."
Orpheum- "Till We Meet Again"
with Mae Marsh and Norman
Kerry.
1 Stage-This Week.
Garrick (Detroit - "Give and
Take" featuring Louis Mann
and George Sidney.

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