TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1924
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ANDERSON WILL SPEAK'
In commemoration of the signing of
the Amistice on Nov. 1.1, 1918, Ann
Aibor willjoin at so'clock tonight at
the Pattengill aufitorium of the Ann
Ar~ibor- high. school in one of the larg-C
est celebrations ever held in the city
for this occasion. Everyone is in-
vited, and all members of the pa-
triotic organizations of the city are
expected to attend.
On the program arranged by Capt.
I. C. Holm, representative of the
United States army, Roscoe O. Boni-
steel, commander of the American
Legion will act as chairman. "What
Armistice Day Means of the World
War Veterans" is to be the subject of
tire evening's address to be given by Carl E. Akeley
Rev. Merle H. Anderson of the Pres- Carl E. Akeley, naturalist, sculptor,
byterian church. r ak >'cngame hunter w wil
The following patriotic organiza- adArcngm utrwowl
tionis will attend the celebration: 5])Oak at 8 o'clock tonight in Hill au-
Cold Star Mothers, American Legion, ditoriumfl oi the Oratorical associa-
Spanishm War Veterans, D. A. R., G. A. ticn program. Mr. Akeley will talk on
R., S. A. I., Army and Navy club, the subject, "Hunting Big Game in
Veterans of Foreign Wars, R. O. T. C. Africa," illustrating his lecture with
officers, University Naval Reserve, C. slides and pictures taken in Africa.
.M. T. club, and two companies of the -
XNationai Guard. All ladies auxiliaries Chic-go, Nov. 10.-In the recent
;ot the above organizations will also contest on the prohibition question,
be present. the debating team from Oxford uni-
v'ersity won over the team represent-
Chicago, Nov. 10.-Chicago Alumn ing the University of Chicago by a vote
club's annual football dinner was held of 449 to 432.
here recently in honor of Coach A. A..
Stagg and the football team.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Work of landscaping the campus,
after plans designed by the Pitkin and
Mott firm of Cleveland, is progressing
and this week is being extended to
the grounds of Betsy Barbour house
and Helen Newberry residence.
Shrubbery will be placed there.
Shrubbery which years ago was
planted at the State street end of the
diagonal, is being removed, and will
be used elsewhere on the University
grounds. A new plan of landscape
design is being worked out for this
corner, plans for which are not yet
This decorative work is in line with
the program adopted by the building
committee for lanscaping the entire
fall naturally into numerical relation- ones, and must be applied over a long
ship. If a thousand students are con period of time if results are to be
sidered for some length of time, their justified or accurate. Its use on the
records will show a definite proportion campus is therefore of a general
of grades representing excellent, good,'character.
fair, and poor work. Where scholar-
ship is distinguished by the alphabet-
ical system, something over 4 per cent_ _
As are given, approximately 20 per T
cent Bs, 50 per cent Cs, 20 per cent Do You Like
Ds, and 5 per cent Es. F
Some years ago the percen age ba-Fowers.
sis was much more strictly adhered
to h'ere than at present. It was cus- Then Call
tomary then to publish the complete
list of faculty grades in order to 115,
check up distribution.
The curve holds only for very large
classes, or for a number of smaller Cousins & H all
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Telephone Marry Hill S8oo
Play for that Party.
For Engagements Call 284
611 E. University Avenue
Where you may choose
from a large selection of
fine flowers and plants.
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, Detroit
Today and Tomorrow
November 11 and 12
with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for ,Historic Aerion;Buildings"
By mathematical "curve of distri-
bution" showing the number of As,
Bs, and Cs given for University work,
the standard for distributing grades
here and elsewhere is regulated, ac-
cording to a statement, made by Dean
A. S. Whitney of the School of Edu-
cation. The system is the result not
so much of an attempt to make re-
ports uniform as of actual computa-
tion on the basis of records.
Educators have found that grades
TREMONT COR. BOYLSTQN
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.-LAST TIMES TODAY
iSP E CIAL. A RM TICE-i
2:00 WITH FULL ORCHESTRA
"Here He Comes! There He Goes!
And its all over but the wedding
There will be a very import-
ant rehearsal of the Union opera
orchestra at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in the assembly hall
of the Union.
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Three sophomores and four
second semester freshman eng-
ineers are needed on the staff of
The Michigan Technic. Tryouts
are requested to call at room
3038, East Engineering building I
' any time after 4 o'clock.
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Tonight, daddy, take a package of WRIGLEY'S to
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Doctors and dentists say that WRIGLEY'S helps
to keep the teeth clean and the mouth wholesome
It is an aid to digestion, too, so convalescents are
given WRIGLEY'S fto stimulate stomach action and
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Mail orders will be accepted beginhing Thursday for
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Original Drara Dances
016 DOUBLE FEATURE
Eight O'clock, TuEsday Nov. 25, Hill Auditorium
A program full of Humor, Pathos, Chagrin
for which this theatre set a precedent last season. Ohoosing
distinct extremes from the choice products of Paramount and l
Tickets $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, 50c
More Deadly Than The Male
Application, blanks for mail order tickets are available at the Michigan Union Desk.
ceeds will be devoted to the A. A. U. W. for benefit Michigan League Building and
University of Michigan Glee Club.
u"'ll want to send for seats at once!
E AOLPH ZUKOa
Full Orchestra Accompaniment
Shows at 2.3:30
Stroge Feature at 3 :25
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The Unforgetable Comedy
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