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January 11, 1924 - Image 8

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lication in the Bulletin le icostructive gotica to bit members bt
University. Copy received by it*4 As!t~tfte the '+Wd(ent Urntil
Up. Mn. (11:30 a. M. Satnrt's.
urn. 4F FRIDAY, JAN UART ,114;1924 Nu mber 78'

M1ay Be Englan's .
INew Amba.,ssador.
' TO United States

as ambassador to -the United _States
when the latter retiree shortly. Sir
Aucklahd is seriously threatened «with
Publiser Lauds
Ca mpus Building

New "York. Jan. 10.-Jack Dempsey,~
world's heavyweight champion, and
Tommy Gibbons, of St. Pauly will fight
a return title match in New York,
probably in June, promoter Tex Rick-
ard announced today after a confer.
ence. Jack Kearns, manager of the
champion, has not yet slgnid articles

I with Rickard but several days ago heJ and has ha~d no previous politi
assured the pr~omoter there would be 1perience.( He' is the eldest s+
no hitch in arrangenets if Gibbons heir of Lord D~ynevor ano is an
was signed. of the Grenadier guards.
Yo~tn est emb rNashville, Tenn. Jan. 10.--Si
Yo n es em e ersers of William Gibbs McAd
Of Parliamentt 24 president from all, over Tenness
other parts of the country ass(
here: Tuesday to start his can
London, Jan. 10.-($7 A.P.)- The for the nomination.
youngest member of parliament -as a-- -
result of the recent elections is the Daily classified for real res
Hkon. Charles A. . Rhys, who won the


cutive Board, Grad to Sehool:'
There will be a meeting of the Executiv s Bo~ai'- trh6 Graduait School
(rdgy, Janua~ry 11, at 4:00 p. m.: A.1 i IIerd.
ege Of Phenuftey:r
There will be a 'faculty meeting, of the 1 9llkge of .Pharmnacy, Friday
roon, January 11, at 4 o'cloeo in Room 2 1 2 Choiti'y, M~g~r .lvrSe',
versIty Combtte On Diploma Scihools:
The University Commnittee 6n Xipomd Schools w1il ;meet in President
ton's offce on Moniday, January 14th, at 11:00 o'clki
J. iB. Edino*Mna, Sc'y.
About two dozen tree~ will be removied fr m the Campus and may be
for file wood for the cost tof their r nioval. Fot' further inf~rm toot,
Mc\aiee, Gornuds Poreman, Univtrsity of Michigag
..E. C. Pardon,
rujilisiti 33 and 33:f
Journallim ^3 and:39 will not meet today, Priday,'.hanuary 11.
1 . (. Burrows.
osophly 10n
I shall be unable on account of ill nesA~, to mteet the clasa in Phllosophy
this afternoon,.iR. W. £4fiars.
fessor Parkeev. Couirses In Phlsophy:.
I hope to meet my classes as usual on Monday, January.14.

' ;

Charles Wadsworth, editor of the
Chemical and Metalurgical Journal,
was a visitor in Ann Arbor yesterday,
for the purpose of securing material
for his publication, Mr. Wadsworth
was especially interested in the new
Lnglneering building, th~rough w:hich
he weas shown yesterday mnorning by
IProf. 'W. L. Badger, of the Engine~er-
Ing college.
In speaking of the new, structure, he
said that he was "dazed by it." Con-
tinning, he declared,. "Michigan off.rs
a vast amiount of. material due to its
close connEction to the industries. For
this reason too, many of the industrial
le aders of tho present day are interezkt-
e.in kowing the new type of man
that will come out of the Universityi
and enter the industrial world."
Brt'iPatronize The Dail Advertisers.

Romford division. He is 24 years old,





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Eversharpe Pencils

Sir Ennar Willikm Hoitard
Sfir Elml Wllaml Wea'. 11
ishowisaador to Spain, is spare
4s "successor to °Sir Auckl~and Ge




TbIly clasilfled for real results.

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4t Debate Tryout:
combined Independent-Adelp hi-Alpha Nu tryout for the Illiiois
gan--'Wisconsin debates will be held Satirday, an. I'I, at"8,a. tii., in
University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, Dir-
era. Larthard, 'cellist. Grace Johnson. Konold,_ soprano, wvIll give .the
ig program in Hill Auditorium, Sunday afternoon at 4.: 15 to *hich the
'public, with the exception of children 'under twelve years, is invited.
ission charge.
tapiel overture (Busoni); Symphonic Variations (Boellman);
from "Midsummer Night's Dr eam" (Mendelsohn); "Je voeuxi vivre"
d) ; Sigurd Jorsalfar (Grieg).



C NLrles A. Sink,'Sec'y.
Michigan Land:
n tonight at 7:45 p. m., for M. A. C. basketball gam.ni. Report
House. Full uniformn io Capes. b3y 4rder of the Director.
W1*119irauiich, Jr., Asst. Maniager.


itoy d part~rient fic
ry) ~balcommittee miets

1s moet in rooi t 3".x
In Yost Field house.
n. Athletic cb~uoont
[e stuident mixer !ift
ttsiiu*g club umeets,-

f Sl r ' aiaof, , nd'f ttte '.te
niiu 't fve thet 'group'pictures tak-
t .nt ia iut Pay for their' space
# °;tii eclif ' ko'ie'f6reJan.
tie e~i h' ice._-Cntiactu
06uid be s ac, at pnc4 for thia
Wpace ly'6,4t i~stioiu -which have
Prof. j&6 h : W-3)ake of the Law
s~lool _r*as sflghtly iaiUre4y'esterd$ay
afternoon at 6 o'clock when he vas
struck by an aut~omoble at the cor-
nier* of Williams and Mtate streets. Pro-
f essor D~rake was cominng from the di-
rection of the Law building and had
just stepped from the curb. when struck
by the machine,. whichi was travelling
on the -wrong side of the 'street.
Bystanders carried the Professor In-
to ,a :nearby .shop, Whiete he wag ato
tende~d by a physiciani,' and. later, re-
moved to' his homue. The :Injury con-1
isists of. a badly sprained ankle, ac-E
cording~ to tersons at his home. -
Read thet Want AdsI1


F' the B.aoeo
the Sohool Yea



St 4t


r Room Bible a ss, UPPer
ne hall.
$men meet in MasOnic tern-
ree work.,
ese Student club meets In
Blakst speaks nIn Hll audi.
on of paintings by western
ewell as by Leon Bakat is
;ing in the opper gallery of
Memnorial hail. The exhibit
aily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.

Yorown newpapes!

If there,


are not enough papers to go
around, order more today. 'This
is a season of bagis


The WIestern Union lTelegraph Go.
Has. Opened .a
Public Branch Office
for accommodation of the University Section in
The Blu-Maize Blossom Shop



Get yours!

fro. 9 Nickels Arcade.,

A folegraph operator will transmit messages. over direct wires.
Office hours 8 a. °m. to 9 'p. n.'
Service through Calkins-Fletcher Drug Store has been discontinued.
On the streetsof Ann Arbor'.
an fee i ntwell dressed women are seen
ever Y day in7BAKST COStume.
He has become the modern ar- 2

Phone The n rculation Manger



Delive ry will start: tomorrow

biter of elegance.*
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