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THE MICHIIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFCAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received br tl% Asitant tc the 1?esdept until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturr'av.'
Voiumie 4 SUNIIAY, JANUA RY 20, 19241 Nunthmer SO
0 The Deans:
There wii be a conference of thO Deans, Wednesday, January 23, at 10
in., in the President's office. X. L. Burton.
nilversit~y lecture:
Professor Raymond M. Alden, of Leland Stanford, Jr., University, will
liver a University lecture on "The Relation of Poetry to Drama", Friday
'ternoon, January 25, 1924, at 4:15 o'clock in the auditorium of the Natur-
Science Building.' The" public is cordially invited. F.' E. Robb in,,.
oAll Students:
Students intending to change thWeir rooms at t he end of the present
smester are hereby reminded of the fact that they are to inform their
ndlady of such intention at least two weeks prior to the' end of the first
meeter. It is advised ,that notice of such intention to move be made in
riting and dated, each party keeping a copy.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
eshman Elections:
All literary Freshmen must complete not later than Monday, January
the filling out and filing of election blanks an class cards in accordance
th the sheets already handed. After that date thte penalty wil be charged.
Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
xlhibitlon of Paintings:
The exhibition of paintings by Ca lifornian artists, those of the Taos
)Iony and other western artists, in the West Exhibtion Room at Memorial
all, will be open on Sunday, January 20; from 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. This is
. last day these remarkable paintigs can be. seen. z
Warren P. Lombard.
teulty of the Colleges of Engineering and, Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these {colleges on Monday, Jan-
ry 21, at 3 o'clock p. in., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
[blic Speaking, Course 10:
Students who have been given permission to elect Course 10 and who
tye not enrolled please call up 689-M. Thous.,C. Trueblood.
odern Languages, College of Enginering':
I shall not be able to meet my classes on Monday and Tuesday.
A. U. Lee.
nior Engineers:
Dein M. E. Cooley will address the Junior Engineers on Monday, Jan-
ry 21, 1924, at 10:00 a. in. in room 348 Engineering building. It is in-
wtant that all juniors attend this assembly.
C. E. Wilson, Class Mentor.
nior~s in Engineering and Archtitecture:
Seniors in Engiineering and Architecture expecting to graduate in Feb-
iary, who have not already checked their requirements in the Secretary's
Tice, should do so at once.
Louis A. Hopkins.
adnale English Club:
The Graduate English Club will meet Thur-sday evening, Jan. 24 at 8
clock at the Newberry Residence. Prof. Raymond M. Alden has very
ndly consented to address tihe Club at this time. Harris Fletcher.
lyers Club:
The following, students have Been given parts in the cast of "The D)over
)ad" which is to be presented February 20th under the direction of
ement A. Smith:-Robert Henderson, Elwood Fayfield, Earl Fingerle,
onald Snyder, June Knisely, Margaret Geddes, Rhea Schllaack, Helen Boor-
an, Alva Johnson, and Albin Sepanski. The cast will report to the direct-
Thursday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock in room 203 Mason Hall..
Stacy RR. ;Black, President.

Stu~dent Prodigy
Now Store Clerk;
Tired Of Thought.

1oo00121 .UnioT..
6 :00---Mi ies' dinner, room i318.20, Un. jj C K El AP P LIT0N S
W A'GON ON 4:f0-4:00-Sclick tests.FOFOTALECIO
8:00 - Detroit Symphony oreliest ra FRFOBILRCIE
concert, 1l11l auditorium. fn

the year around. All other r(
received before Sept. will be tre
a similar fashion.
"eare pleased to note thisi
increase in our games," said
Tillotson business manager ofi
sociation, "and especially the
'ing tendency of the public to

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9 1:30 a. ni.-l niversity Men's Bible U-.NOTICESI
(hass mI)eets in Upper rooinm, Lanef An ,txlilbil ion of paintings by western
hl. rii artists as well as by Leon Bakst is
10:435--Presideth'i oe,', of Olivet now hanging in the opper gallery of
college, speaks at the Con gre ztion- AlliilMemlilorial hall. The exhibit
al church, is open daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.
12:00-Student class hti Presbyterial All organizations and fraternities
church. must have their group pictures tak-
12:00-Student Guilid class in Ibitptist enu(luring the month of January.
Guild house. All1 elasse,,.' ""pus societies, and or-
4:00-Sigmia Delta Chii mieets in mrn ganizations must pay for their space
S 304, Union. in the Michiganensian : before Jan.
4: 1.-5 a tieeital, lill auditorium. i28.
4:30-Sopli Promi committee mneets in E Organ~zuitioi' space is still available at
Union. the Michiganensian orrice. Contracts
15:30-Cotigregatiotial student sociat' should be signed at once for this
hour. Topic: "Why So Many! space by' organizations which have
Creeds."I not already done so.
5 :30-SoclI hour and open house att4
Presbyterian church. I sport Snap Shots
5:30-Lutheran stl1ient forumix I
Luther chiapel. Professor Kirkpat-1
rick speaks on University self-gov- I tContinued trom Page Six) s
ernmnen t. Moore, Danny Edwards, Mickey Del-
6:09--Baptist students' guild social mont and some other good boys and
half hour followed by regular eve- has fared well. Pa Murphy is blind.
ning, meeting. He couldnotrithlahmsf
6x0-=Stuens' uper t arrs all so found Joe Wagner, another old
C. L. Dibble, '06.. will speak. Topic: time fighter, and asked him to serve
"Opening the Oyster." I as trainer and manager of the boy.
i 6 :0--Presbyterian Christian Endeav- Wagner and Murphy Sr. fought five
or. Alex. Burr, grad, leading. merry battles years ago.
7 :15--Jewish Student congregation
meets in Lane hall. L. B. Wolfen- Austria will be. represented in the
sen speaks on "Religion In tihe Olympic games at Paris next year.
World Today." Which is another indication that that

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already been received by the Athletictiirapplications for ticketse
association, at an earlier date than ev- We cannot, hlowever, keep our
er before, probably predicting a rec-, ball books open the entire year
ord attendance for the 1924 season are forced to return all applicat
The first of these requests camne in that reach this office before Sep
to the ticket office on Dec. 7, twoc
weeks after the close of last season Dean Mortimner E. Cooley, of
and it has been followed by many C ulle 'es of Engineering and Archi
others since from tall sections of. the: tuice, will adldress an assembly of
Middle West. ior engineers at 10 o'clock tomto:
These applications have already in roomi 348 of the Engineering bt
been returned as the Athletic associa-ig
tion feels that it cannot sell tickets~__________________

Williamn J. Sidle
1 When William J. Sidis, son of the
late Dr. Boris Sidis, famous psychol-
ogist, was two years old lhe was
able to read and write; &'% seven he
was a master of' algebra and anat-
omy; at eight, he spoke four lan-
guages, and two years later, as a boy
of 10. he entered Tutfs College. At
eleven he lectured at hlarvard on
higher abstruse mathematics. He was
only 16 when he was graduated from
Harvard. Now, at 26, he is a clerk in
New York at $22 a week,, and shuns
work that demands thinking.

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at the football_ gamnes next liall have

will not knowv whether you're fight-
ing one or six opponents.
Gene's a good man but Carpentier,
old as he is, knows too much for the
A. E. F. champion.
Bartley Madden, veteran trial horse,
wants to meet Harry Wills. Which
makes us wonder whether Bartley has
been disappointed in love or wants
to fool the life insurance people by
passing out before tihe mortality sta-
tistics say he should.
"Long Tom" Hughes veteran Amer-;
ican league" hurler and remembered
particularly as the nemesis of tile
Cleveland club year after year
makes a plea for the pitchers of to-
day. H1ughes, who retired really and
truly a year ago, say, that it is tin-,
fair to the pitchers in the big show
to go into the minors and pay froms
$25,000 to $50,000 for outfielders or'I
infielders who can hammer the day-1
lights out of the pitchers. Elimnin-
ation of several of the rules now curb-!
ing the pitcher's effectiveness is urg-
ed by the former Washington star.
Hughes pitched semi pro ball a:
season or two after spending three or
four declining years in the Pacific
Coast league.

Classifled--Con's
To people of this community the
hibition is doubly interesting and
structive. Mr. Mayn~es, the owne
the exhibit, worked on the projec
13 , years' and is now exhibitin
thoughout the country. He has
finished exhibiting this at the la
county and district fairs.
The exhibit shows in detail ac
mining operations as they are cai
on below and upon the surface
modern machinery, including
latest underground loading sh
the Mayne Leader of which Mr. M;
is the inventor. Miniature fig
are' seen going througah all the
cesses of mrining while cars
hoists are shown in actual opera
IIn the model city there are si
of all kinds and electrically lig
'streets with cars and automobiles
p ing upon them.
It is seldom that any attna
has come here that is more educa
al and interesting than this wor
f'ul invention and we recommer
very highly to every person in
city; shown at 609 Church st.
Daily classifled for real resul

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MONDJAY
12;:10-Jounrial clab 1luncb.
1 :30--Freslnnan Girls! Gie2
in Barbour gymnasium.
6:30- E chanae dinner lit
20o, UnIon.

club mecets
room 31.

part of the former Hapsburg empire
isgetting back to normalcy against
what seemed overwhelming odds for
a time.
Joe Lyntch, bantamnweight
cham upion, is contemiplating 'a trip
to Europe "in quest of imome hon-
Sors." Onr tip to Joe is that lie

FIGHT ON HOUSE BRLS
ENDED BY PASSING YOTE

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jWashington, .Jan. 19.- -Theihouse
rules fight, in progress since MondayI
ended late today with tile adoption of
a resolution providing among other
things for repeal of the Underwood
amendment rule, votes on discharge
of committee petitions of 150 nmenm-
hers, and creation of a new house
committee to handle legislation ef-
fecting war veterans.I
An utisuccessful, attempt was made
at the last minute to eliminate the
committee discharge provision with
the Underwvood rule as the main point,
at issue. Representative Madden, Re-
p~ublican, Illinois, offered a resolutionI
to strike out the section but it was re-
jected 253-214.
';here was a sharp party line in the
vote on the motion by Mr'. Madden who
is chairman of the appropriation com-
miittee.. Its supporters, wvhich includ-
ed Representative Tlilson of Connecti-
cut and a numbher of other Republican
leaders, were those either opposed to,
the whole propostition of facilitating
the discharge of legislation from coin-
mnittees or of the impression that at
least a majority of house memllers
should be required to sign petitions.
Members of the Alpha Sigma Ph'
fraternity were awakened at 2 :30 o'-I
clock yesterday morning b~y a fire
in the basement of their house. The
blaze was extinguished b~y chenmicals,
before it has time to spread. The dam-
age is estimated at $200.
Patronize The Daily Advertiser's.

TUESD)AY ouig ht to prove conclusively to
i Ql: lt 011-c trck 41 ipli lieria lip- Americans that lie is a real
munity tests in Health :sevie.ihap before hie starts takingit
l 110-~edea" fauly lnch V1101.1more territory.
12:01 - Mteic a rdc in y Iii i hal n cm ion. ____
I :11-tat bardimmsial unc ~ Gene Tunney says he may accept
room 319-21. Union. a b~attle with Georges Carpentier.
v :30-Alpia, Delta Signi a iez'ts ir Make out your will first, Gene. You
Advance Showing of Spring 1924
Fabrics

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Our complete collection represents the result
pt (Mr. Arthur M. Rosenberg's recent trip
to the English and Scotch mills and surpasses
for elegance, quality and style, all previous
efforts. Early ordering insures good service.
JERRY COAN
AT ALLENEL 'HOTEL
TO -MORROW
January Tiventy-one

BRUCE BOOTH'S
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Patrons for 1923

rsity Glee Clubs:
The Glee Clubs picture
e Glee Club is. to come in
ing their instruments. and

wil be taken at Rentschler's today at 12: 30,
full dress. The Varsity String, Quartet should
dress in Tuxedos. John 31. Russell, Mgr.

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MILI'TARY BALL

There will be a :meeting of Triangles In the Main Dining Room of the
[on at 6:15 Sunday night. A general discussion will be held, led by the
ulty Triangles.
The. 'Ensian picture wii be taken at Dey's Studio at five on Monday,
uary 21. C. W. Mlerrinman, Jr., President.
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