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THE MICHIGAN DAILY W SAT

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JAILY OFFICAL BULLETIN
ublication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ie University. Copy received by t04 AssiRtaut tr the ;- 'devt until
:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Satnrfsav.

Artist Speaks Here Tonight

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SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1924

Number 79

To The Members of the University Faculties:
Your attention is called to the following provisions regarding annuity{
and life insurance policies as ziacted by the Regents:
1. Life Annuities or life Insurance either or both may be purchased by
members of the Faculties from the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Associ-
ation of America (created by. the Carnegie Foundation for the Advance-
ment of Teaching) and premiums for either life Annuity or life Insurance
or both, may be deducted at the written request of the policy-holder from
the monthly pay roll of the University, and in such cases will be remitted
directly to the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association by the Uni-
versity. Or premiums may be remitted directly by the policy-holder, on
the monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual basis. The Secretary's
office has one file, blank applications for Annuity policies, or life Insurance
policies, ratedbooks, annual reports, and specimen policies, all for the con-
venience of members of the University staff desiring to nake use of them.E
2. The Regents at their meeting of January, 1919 agreed that iny
member of the Faculties entering the service of the University since Novem-
ber 17, 1915, may purchase an Annuity from the above-named Association,
toward the cost of which the Regents would make an equal contribution up
to five per cent of his annual salary not in excess of $5,000, thus, within the
limit of five percent of the salary, doubling the amount of the Annuity pur-
chased.
3. The purchase of an Annui.y under the conditions mentioned in (2)
above is made a condition of employment in the case of all members of the
Faculties, except intsructors, whose term of Faculty service does not ante-
date the University year 1919-20. With instructors of less than three year's
standing the purchase of an Annuity is optional.
4. Members of the Faculties who were in the service of this University
or any of the colleges or universities associated by the Carnegie Foundation
for the Advancement .of Teaching previous to November 17, 1915 are expect-
ed to be provided with retiring allowances (annuities) by the Carnegie
Foundation itself, under its latest modification of its orignal non-contributory
plan.. Such members of the Faculties are not eligible to purchase Annuities
under the plan by which the University contributes an annual premium equal
to five per cent of the annual salary.
5. Persons who have become members of the Faculties since November
17, 1915 and previous to the year 1919-20 have the option of purchasing
Annuities under the University'scontributory plan.
G. Any person in the employ of the University may at his own cost
purchase Annuities from the Association or any of the class of Faculty
members mentioned above may purchase Annuities at his own cost in ad-
dition to those mentioned above. The University itself, however, will con-
tribute to the expense of such purchase of Annuities only as indicated
in sections 2, 3, and 5.
7. Any person in the employ of the University, either as a Faculty
member or otherwise, unless debarred by his medical examination may, at
his own expense, purchase life Insurance from the Teachers Insurance and
Annuity Association at its rates, which are substantially those offered by the
Government to soldiers and sailors. All life Insurance premiums ar borne
by the individual himself. The University makes no contribution toward
life Insurance and has nothing to do with the life Insurance feature except
that, it will if desired by the insured, deduct premiums monthly and remit
the same to the Association.
x The University accounting :offices will as a matter of accommo-
dation to members of the Faculties or employees of the University, who de-
sire to pay either Annuity premiums or Insurance premiums monthly, de-
duct'such premiums from the pay roll in monthly installments, In the case
of .the so-called "academic roll" the pr:nium payments for the months of
July, August, September, and October. will all be deducted from the double
pay roll of June 30. While the acounting offices do not solicit this work,
still it- will be cheerfully assumed where desired.
$. The University has no arrangements with any insurance organization
except the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association of America and con-
tributions will not be made by the University nor can preiium payments
be deducted except in the case of Annuity or Insurance policies of this
Association.
1. The general administration of the Annuity and Insurance business
has been placed in the hands of the Secretary of the University by the
Regents. Paul Buckley, Assistant Secretary.
University Library Sunday Service:
The main Reading Room and the Periodical Room only are open on Sun-
day from 2 to 9 p. m. Books desired for Sunday use, will be reserved in
the Main Reading Room Saturday evening for use on Sunday upon a per--{
sonal request presented at the desk where such books are usually drawn.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Econ. 32:
An hour examination will be given Monday, January 14 in Natural
Science Auditorium. C. C. Edmonds.
Electrical Engineering 11:
Power Plant Inspection Trip for Saturday, January 12th. The Class
will meet at 1 p. m. at the University Steam Plant and at 3 p. in. at the
Barton Hydro-Electric Plant of the Detroit Edison Company.
Alfred H. Lovell.
Chamber of Comimerce:
Regular meeting Wednesday, January 16 at 7:30 p. m. All members wish-
ing to be in the 'Ensian group picture to be taken at 9:30 that night must
pay dues at once. The office on the third floor of University Hall will be
open all next week from 2 o'clock till five o'clock.
R. J. Chick, Jr., Publicity Director.
U'niversity of Michigan Band:
,As many men as wish to aro requested to report at the Weinberg Col-
iseum at 7:20 o'clock tonight :o play for the hockey game and ice carnival.
William Graulicit, Jr., Asst. Manager.

HARVARD BALOT GIVES
MODERATE WETS VICTORY
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 11.-The
"moderate wets" at Harvard claimed
a victory last night on the face of re-
turns from a po11 held by the Harvard
Crimson to ascertain the views of fac-
ulty and undergraduates on the pro-
hibition question, the first of a series
of college votes on the question
throughout the country.
Editors of the :ollege newspaper
announced 1,700 "wets" as against
1,004 favoring a bone dry plan of pro-
hibition enmtorcemrei.t.
Three questions were submitted. In
the entire university the first of these
questions: "Do you favor repeal c
the constitutional amendment against
intoxicating liquer?" was defeated
1,630 to 844. As the total vote cast in
the university was 2,794, more thanj

The graduate school of medicine
was the "wettest" department of the
university, Harvard college, the law,
school and the faculty following in
order. The gradrate school group.
excluding' medieal and law schools.
was the only unit to vote dry, its ex-
pression on the second question being
88 no; 61 yes.
CORRECTION
In the Daily of Wednesday, JIan. 8.
the Merrick-Fette rugs advertisement
should have read as follo.ws: 2 by 2,
round-$12.00. Mats $5.00. There was
also a mistake in the following sent-
ence: "These compare with the sale
prices now being advertised by oth-
er firms." It should have-read, "Then'
compare these prices with the sale
prices now being advertised by other
firms."

[BROOKINS, STAR HURDLER,
TO TRY FOR GRID TEAM
Charles Brookins, captain of thA
Iowa track team who broke the world's
record for the 220-yard low hurdles
last spring will next fall try for a
place on the football eleven. He will
conclude his track work this year.

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DAILY TO HOLD OPEN FORUM
ON BOI( WORLD PEACE PLAN
In an effort to cooperate in
the referendum, being undertak-
en by the American Peace Award
in order to allow the people to
make known their approval or
I disapproval of the prize winn-
ing proposal for world peace.
The Daily will devote an entire
page in next Sunday's edition to
a discusion of the merits of the
plan. The Daily will be glad
to publish discussions of the
proposed plant by its readers
I All manuscript must be in the
hands of the Editor by noon
today.

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300 did not vote on this question.
The second qucstion was: "Do you
favor modification of the Volstead act
to permit light wines and beer?" It
was carried by 1.471 votes to 1,047,
while more than 200 did not vote. The
third question was: "Do you favor,
rigorous enforcement or all lEquor
yaws?" On this the vote resulted in

Nights Ci 50d to $ 2 60
GARRICK-Ma. Today c to I.60
Sat. Mat. 50o to $2.00
Last Ford in Laughs. Famous Comedy
Stars
LOUIS MANN & SIDNEY GEO.
In Aaron Hoffman's Farce
"GIVE AND TAKE"
Original N. Y. Cast

Leon I3
M. Bakst, who has been pronounce
on costume and dress" will deliver the
association course when he appears to n
will speak in French, his address ben
Prof. Rene Talamon of the French de p
Cerde 1brancais
Sche dules Tryouts:

944 yes; 4 3 no. IAR..
aktThe faculty voted wet, 115 to 89.: ADMIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LIN t
;lks yIioCentral Time (Slow 'rime)
d "the greatest authority in the world k!Leave Chamber of Comerce
seventh lecture on the Oratorical GENERALKE m HIPrGT 6:45 a. M. 6:45 a.i.
.fgt nHlladtoim 'M akta12:45 p. M.'6:45 p" M.
ight in Hill auditorium. M. Bakst rickets. Travelers Checks, Letters of Credit.Tour- 4:45 p4r.n.
g interpreted from time to time by fst Insurance. etc. Passport.visaes, clearance JS.H . ELLIOTT, Proprietor
papers. readmission affidavits, etc.. information.. Phone 92a6-Md Adrian, Mich.
artment. iAL Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
Line$ rnrsnf a nsetc.
Our legalized papers bring relatives and friends to
U.8. from foreign countries. iNSURANCE.s All#
kinds. Best Co's. for our businss home, auto. etc.
Read the Want Ads E...KUEBLEh,601"Huron t Read the Want Ads
Phone 1384 ANN ARBOR, MICH

INVESTMENT SECURITIES
STOCKS AND BONDS
Specialists on Motor Stocks
Accounts carried on conservative
margin
G. E. WALKER &
COMPANY
ffembers Detroit Stock Exchange
510 First, National Bank Bldg.

Tryouts for the Cercle Francais
plays wtil be held at 4 o'clock next
Tuesday afternoon in room 202 S. W.
Mr. J. H. Muyskens of the French de-
partment who ,has charge of the cast-
ing of the plays has found it necrs- ..v
sary to hold a second tryout. -
The organization is to present,: :
"L'Anglais le Gu'on le Parle" by Tris-
tan Bernard as a curtain raiser to be! ,.....":.:;;"
followed by "Le Medecin Malgre Lui"
by Moliere, Friday, May 2 in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. It is planned
that, a dance will be held following'.
the presentation of the plays in the
University of Michigan League rooms. -

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Paris, Jan. 11. = Arguments have
been concluded in the test hearing
on the monster damage suit against
Germany for forcing Belgians, dd-
ported, to work behind the lines forI
Germany in the World war. A de-
cision is expected Jan. 20.
Berlin, Jan. 11.--The Control Mission
has resumed activity here and in Mun-I
ich, the only interference being fromI
small boys, who snow-balled the dele-
gates from the World war allied coun-
tries.

SATURDAY

SKATING
EAQUIPMENT

It's been many years since such a shirt
sale as this one has taken place. it be-
hooves every man to interest himself in
this one-day event.

All our better grade Shirts, collar ate-
tached or neckband placed in one great
group for quick clearance.

'ENSIAN SUBSCRIPTIONS
PAYABLE THIS AFTERNOON
Office hours to receive cash
payment for the Michiganen-
sian applications will be from
2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon.
Payments should be made at the
busniess department of the pub-
lication. The orice of this year's
book is $5.0

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Skating Shoes
for Men, $5.35
Skating Shoes
for Women, $5.85
Skatin Breeches
SkatingHose
Lamb-lined Vests

Sheepskin Coats
Leather Jackets
for Men
Leather Jackets
for Women
Corduroy Coats.
Sweaters

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Here's variety eough to satisfy every pref-
'erence in style, in fabric and in pattern,
and we can honestly say no sale launched
approaches this one in value giving.

IRVING WARMOLTS
D. S. C.
Graduate and Registered
Chiropodist and Orthopedist
707 North University Phone 2652
Daily Want Ads always bring goo.
results.
Patronize The Daily advertisers.

The
fare.

earlier you come the better you'll

Blankat Shirts, Wool Socks, Auto Robes, Steamer Rugs,
Wool Blankets-All Kinds. It pays to buy here.
Surplu" s Supplies Store
"It 1'ans to Walk a Fete Blocks"

309 $O. MAIN

E. M. WURSTER

213 N.

Fourth Ave.

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CHEMICA E NGINEERS GO
ON TOUR Of INSPECTION

the numerous processes involved in
the manufacture of the salt.
WhiteIn Nagara" alls
Prof. A. H. White, of the chemical
engineering department, addressed a
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>tidetstakngchmial ngner-Joint meeting of the American Chemi-
cal society and the American Electro-
ing 4 and 13 will take a trip to De- Chemical society at Niagara Falls,
truit and Windsor today, under the N. Y., last night. His subject was
direction of Prof. W. L. Badger, of "Nitrate Fixation."
the chemical engineering department.
Thc trip will start at 7 o'clock this Berlin, Jan. 11.-Since the year the
morning by the D. U. R. and the De World war began (1914) German wo-
troit Chemical works will be visited men have shown a tendency to grow
at 9 o'clock. older more rapidly than men, says Dr.
After a three-hour trip through that Theodore Brugsch, chief surgeon of
plant, stuc'ying processes involving the Charity hospital, women 50 appear-
sulphuric and nitric acids, the group ing to be 65 or 70 years old.
will go to Windsor. There a tour
will be made through the two plants It's true efficiency to use Daily
of the Canadian Salt 'yompany. to view Classifieds.-Adv.
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