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THEl MICIAN ILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER

American Member
OfGerman Rail
E ECEEEO~ Control .Board

DUTGR, SCIENTIS'T
'I L V i Prof. lEinthox en, of tio Uiiersity of1
Leiden, )Will Cive a -Numberj
of Letures
FIRST TALK ON NOV. 18j

WHAT'S GOING ON
t' Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daly office
provided for that purpose btefore 4
o'clock prcecdig the day of issue.
12: 0F igIllidepartment luncheon
yat Union.
1 4; i--Pr(4essor Kersopp Lake speaks
at Lane hall auditorium.
.,;lt 7 .:tt- a. V. A. cabinet and Inter-
r-hiinh o~tstil mnt ntlin Lo ofT.T

letrns of Uanipalgn Indicate?
icreaso of 10) Percent In
Contribions
LL START CANVASS
tretuirns from the mail and
Dra campaign which has been
Q on in Ann Arbor durin, tle
reek for the local Commuinity
how. that if the present contri-
s are lndicativc of the sumsg to
;eived later, Ann Arbor will go
le to-) on the drive for the first
n the history of the Community
asoiation. The budget for this
s $49,000.
ributors have been slow in re-,
h their Tale !ge cards, and de-
figures cannot be quotedl as to
ogress of the drive until the
f the week. In most of the
s so far received there is noted
percent increase in contribu-
drive, as it has been carried on
rhas reached only those who
subscribed in past years. On
,y, Nov. 16, a thorough canvass
town will be made by volunteer
ittees. This drive will last un-
v. 19, and it is the aim of the
ation thus to reach every cit-
f Ann Arbor and give him a
e to help in the support of the
uinty chest.
7orrow night a banquet will be
Dt 6 o'clock in the Chamber, of
ferce inn to give solicitors a
practical demonstrations of their
A. P. W. HEewitt, field suporin-
nt of an Eastern life insurance
)ny, will give a five minute talk
e elements of salesmxans hip._

Josep Edmnd Strret
Joseph Edmund Strrett ssie
for Euirope to take his post as Amer-
ican member of the German transpor-
tation. comttee. appointed under the
Dawes-Young reparation plan.
Sazndwiches Eaten
In UrTabana Caus
Student Illness
Four student cases of trichinosis, a
disease caused by parasites found in
poorly cooked pork, are now being
treatedl at the University hospital and
health service. Directly, traced to a,
restaurant in Urbana where the stu-
dents had eaten poorly cooked pork

I cn cu UACncz c eetat; Romej
Prof. William Einthoven, of the Coffnman.
physiological department of the Uni- 5:tif- ajas i#,y(Glee club reher
versity of Leiden, H-olland, who is auditcrhsim of School of Mu,
regarded as one of the maost eminent! 7:COs ,-F~luu'l Ui(;n ushers rep
physiologists of the world, will ar- 6 I i ii adi torium.
riye in Ann Arbor Nov. 16 for a visit 7 :30- Ap Nu nietts in Ally.
of several days, and will give a numz- roomns.
her of lectures during his stay herd. ;7;3r-Yongstfrvn -Mcia
Professor Einthoven, who recently } in Union.
came to America to lecture at ( ~-fh~ ibe f oninieree nII
Boston, was invited to visit Ann Ar-, room 203, Union.
bor by Prof. Frank N. Wilson, of the t 7:15--__Ba nd, G'lce club a ud ,Alp
internal medicine department of tlhe jsilon Mu meet at Morris hal
Medical school. I--
While in this country, Professor I)A
Einthoven was notified that he was l4- le r?,tk. L. Fisher sp)tercpeto h oe .Hei , .dtruj
medicine for this year for his xvorxc 6:3(: ,,-1I'Orcand journiallsin
on the physiology of the heart. mzeet in ri"om 319, Uion

Isc
,ort at
plr Nu
icets III
plt lEp-
0 A.
eaks ib
faculty

Yost To Address I
Columbus Meeting
Coach Fielding H. Yost, Prof. Ralph
Aigler, of the Law school and chair-
man of the Board in Control of Atlh-
letics, Homer Heath, manager of the
Union, and Hawley Tapping, '11L,
field secretary of the Alumni associ-
ation, will address the Tdicigan al-
umni in the state of Ohio at the din-
ner meeting that is being planned for
tomorrow night at the Hlotel Deshler
in Columbus.
Officials hope that this gathering
can be made a bi-ennial meeting for
(all graduates in the third district of
the association. The meeting will be
held before each Ohio-Michigan game
there.j
London, Nov. 12.-Lady Terrington,
former Liberal member of parliament,
yesterday lost her libel action against
lLondon newspaper.

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Display at
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3I36 S. State Street
Ann_ Arbor, Mich.
Designed by
WHITEHOUSE & HARDY"
*NCCRPORATEO
BROADWAY AT 40-h STREET 144 WEST 42rN STREET
METROPOLITAN OERA OM). BLDG-KNtCKFASOCKER UBVILINO
NEW YORK

ing to his credit the string g alvanio-y
meter, an instrument which is widely
used in the study of the heart bx
and in ii' fhiia-ni-i and.ynrl rnl nV~ ,,{

Senior pictures aire on gsal a at the
'Ensian offie from 2 to 5 (every aft-

tAllu 111 LvC SU 4. 11t.nl' C ( AX nA t -tLI ( '.k C'1 ..1' 1.1 t LJ J '1 1uY4. ,
the treatment of heart disease, The
instrument is a delicate 'instru -
which registers the electricalcuii
bSTOrents produced bey the heart beat in INVf~1ETIGATE
the body. It is used extensively in j CN II h nvriyhsia.I opn
the Univrsity hopital.OI copH o n __
with his son, the professor has alreo TIN FRAL Y
invented a galvanometer which nc- j
ords radio signals.; Prof. 11. E. Riggs, of the civil en
Professor Einthoven ANill give l is gincerimn department, has been ap-
first lecture Tuesday, Nov. 18, be; m,21I i ant ed by thet U.. S. cii ut court
the medical faculty and students. anld I~ egt lsintt aea n
his second on Wednesday. It is a -o,
probable that he will talk before 0, veti:;t and evdlution of the prop-
4members of the department of 1pITs t ; , c:'o the Kansa s City Metropoli--

Rivals the beauty of the Scarlet Tanager
Red and Black
Color
Combination
Re rade Mark

WHINEYTHEATRE
Saturday, November 15i
GORGE R 91 COLA] and J.M WELCH
present
TH~E WHOLE WE WORLS. FAVOPI COME~DIAN~
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in ga a e , Lite ttn- UL__ __________ _- 4^6 t pSreet R in the coh an ,of hrciv
II A~fl~I C MMIJFE Michigan gmthe source _of the_____
r fectcd meat is now being investigated
by Dr. John A. Wessinger, city health Ric xkert To 'Talk C11ox Professor Riggs has alper-
ft RJu R officer, in an effort to keep the mrzal- nIeri o a- 1do n ertomk h eot
nuvt~iu ut o AnnArbo.?- E xn ects to begin investigations
TWhose who reported to the health within the next two wereks.
Appontmnt y Dan J R.Effng-service suffering from the disease Dr. U. G. Rickert, of the (IOU tcjl E .________
rof a committee to take charge of erylatwekaeAlo iXSenik eewl 1ete rniza e~e f ieEhors of the bzureau of ap-}
Leawr o shlashp i teli-'28, G. W. Roberts, '25E, S. R. Saun-j the First District Dentl s(+ , :z 1:ntlcuts at room 102, Tappan hal,
ary college was authorized at a des 2E n .F uad 2E cri t~1-(o a o~r ti 112 -rare from 8 to 12 and from 1:30 to 51
eeting of the faculty comm ittee consultation of the physicians was ing of thiwt. city towgh '.t. natlb sIt.I E'i- Li wek. Studcents must en-j
onday afternoon. Dean Ef~inger has called to examne the laboratory find- of the Pulpless rloolz u\Vl tIl ol imedatly
tyenae th mebrofti ngs and resulted in the final diagno- subjlect of D~r. Ricker't',;11t d'.;___________
mamzittee. The award of the Henxrygi of the cases.- -- Mexico City, Nov. 12.-The United-
trong and the Marsh scholarships Shiernicki, who was most seriously Cairo, Nov. 12.-lledias troop:, V=*O States is said to he trying to pro-!'
ill be handled by this authorized attacked of the four victims, was tak- reported advancing on Mecea, flow ote friendly relations betwreen Great
minmittee which will begin to funt- eboteUiest hsia al edly the Wahxabis. Britain and Mexico.
o atoc.last week for examination and treat- held_______________________________________
o atoc.-ment where Tch e poredtobe in
The heirs of the1late Henri, Strong proving. is.reported to be.+0 -
fLake Geneva, Wis., establishecdin "Sduerc -
iemory of their father three sb "Stioudents s zoul s ry prca 3in z
scshi-stion,"ewarned Dr.$EmoryaWh.Sink
rahis o thevale o $2-O ech.rector of the health service, "in see
'he Marsh scholarship was estab- Ta,
shie In191 bythe ateEli M.ing that meats in general are wel
Jalker who bequeathed to the Uni- d cooked in order to kill parasites."eriyt es m o $1 ,0 , he nc ei
fwhich is to be used1 for scholar-L
inos named in honor of the donors SIXA OFl)1 A MOU ND'S
arents, John Pitt M Varshx and Fanny C
anoi MrA Every Tuesday and Thwsday
New Parking A rea -I:0-00
sfnvesit Oen
Phone 1 29-M for
University property at the corne'r
f. Haven and South University are-- Packard Rentals
uies, has been cindered and convert-
se of this spae ale hnteJ ANN ARBOR-TOLEDO I
.:::n ;treets, a . 1paringfplae fo
iu(!cnt-owned and other cars is ur g- ! Leave Ann .Arbor, Chaminber1 .
1 by University officials tommiuce, ,7 :i' A. 1I., 11;00 j
itGaNov.A.12.-Amnesty. has, 6:30 PaX. fI T l~
een granted to persons who partic- Cal4foifrnlo.
:tedl in the recent revolt. - - --~i 11' 11

Take This Pen
To Class!.
And Miss No Lecture Notes
Its Over-size Barrel Holds
]Enough Ink to Last
Its Balanced, Handl-Size Grip
Stimulates Writing
N O one can laugh off the fact
that Parker Duofold is the big-
gest selling pen in the world today
notwithstanding that its price is
higher than scores of others.
Its unrivaled popularity arises
from the fact that this Classic is
worth several times $7 to one's ca-
reer in life. And the Duofold point
-if not mistreated-is guaranteed
for 25 Years' WEAR.
For a clear rapid hand that can
take full notes in lectures or beat
the clock to a finish to pass a test or
catch the last mail-"for the speed
and character in -writing that win
with the world--keep this classic
pen ever handy in your pocket or
suspended from a ribbon or chain.
Its handsome black-tipped lac-
4 uer-red barrel makes this a hard
pen to lose.
Strong * Gold Girdle-was $i
extra-now included, due to large
production. At all good pen coun-
ters.
THE PARKER PEN COMPANY
Parker Duofold Pencils to match the pen, $3.50
Factory and General Offices
JANESVILLE, WIS.
! Duofold Jr. $5 Lady.Duofold $5
Same except for size With ring for chatelaline

Far anid. away, the most imp"
portant theatrical event of
Seats dI~cade '
,SasNow, Prices $1.00 to $2.75
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inch of leather and every stitch of thread. It is more than
that. It is supremely comfortable, made on that famtouts
'WalkOver last which has made friends with millions of
women l all over the world.

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