THE MICHIGAN DAILY
I Building Nears Completion,
1 be Ready for Sercie in
T CAMPUS FLAGPOLE
PLAN OF_ SOCIETIES
Professors Bigelow, Lewis Karpinski,
Will Speak Before Honor a1nd
Three lectures are to be given by
University professors during the com-
ing winter under the auspices of the
Michigan chapter of Sigma Xi, na-
tional honorary scientific society, and
the Junior research society, it was an-
nounced yesterday. The first of the
series will be given by Prof S. Law-
SEE P 91EATCOLUMBUS
The following freshmen football
men, and 'members of the reserves
were taken to see the game with Ohio
Freslhmen: Remsejeff, Thisted,
Joh'son, Oade, Nickerson, Fuller, By-
bee,, ('oweli, Palmerall, Fittp~trick,
Resvrves: Nielend, McCaffery,
Schm 'i4e, Fortune, Baer, Schenfleld,
C oistvia, Charters, Varber, Savage,
Tri- olor Design is the homecoming classic for the
Ii uckeyes and also the final game of
Used In Tickets the year at Columbus.
Tickets for the Ohio- State-Michi- Parade Of Cars
gan game today were designed after
a custom of several years ago. The11 O io ads
three color tickets have as their cen-.
All sophomores and second
semester freshmen wishing to
tryout for assistant basketball
manager, please report at the
Yost field house tomorrow night
at 7 o'clock. It is not too late
in the season. Competition is still
J. S. COMPTON,
tral motif on one side the two end
towers of the Ohio Stadium worked in
with the letters " 0 II I 0."
Theticket was hdesigned by Prof.
Thomas E. French, nationally known
as a designer of book plates. Pro-
fessor French is also president of the
Athletic Board at Ohio State Unver-
sity. This design is being used, only
for the game with Michigan, as this
Special to the Daly
As an evidence of the steady stream
of cars that were touring to Columbus
yeterday, thirty automiobiles were
stop])e l for ten minutes outside of
Maumice, Ohio, where a freight train
blocked the road.
Total receipts of the poppy sales in
the city Armistice day were $1,578.87.
Several jobs have been completed
during the past week, several others
started, and the work to be done is
being completed on schedule, accord-
ing t Edward C. Pardon, superin-
tendent of the building grounds de-
Landscape work on the new Medi-
cal building has been started and the
walks are being laid. Several rooms
on the fourth floor have been com-
pleted and the work of putting in the
furniture will begin at once. The
building will be ready for use in
February, according to present plans.
The walks, apporaches, and drive-
way around the Barbour and Water-
man gymnasiums have been complet-
ed and are now in use. Several loads
of black dirt have been delivered to
the Law club and will be used when
trees and bushes are planted there
The Literary building is practically
completed, every department having
moved in with the exception of the
astronomy group. The furniture has
all been installed except two or three
pieces, which will be finihed this
week. Brass rods have been inserted
In the steps in front of the main en-
trance to be used to hold down mat-
ting on special occasions. The two
pedestal lamps on either side of the
main lobby are in place and will be
connected as soon as the fixtures ar-
The grounds of the east Engineer-
ig building have bee'n planted and
a sewer line in front of it is being
completed, extending from the west
Engineering building to the new
trunk line on E. University avenue.
The painting of the flagpole and
several other minor jobs completed
the work of the week.
WACT S GOING ON I
Notices to appear in this colum must
be ki£t in the box at te D Iy Vjic
provided for that purpose 1efoe 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
10: .-Y ning Peoples' chorus sings
at the Presbyterian church.
12: -DIscussion classes, Presbyter-I
4:15-Faculty concert, hill auditor-
F0*-Stident social hour and snpper,
- Congregational church.
:90 - Social hou, iyresyterian
S:45-Fellowshipl supper, Unitarian
0:15-F'ireside chat. Col. 11. W. Mill-
er speaks on the "Essential Element
of Your Education." Congregation-
0:0-Young peoples meeting, Presby-
6i:.0-Firelight topic, "New Fashions
in Old Faiths," Unitarian parlors.
7:P0-"The Hour Glass," a religious
play by William Butler Yeats, Pres -
8=:00-3otIon picture servce. James
Whitcomb Rileys poem "An Old
Sweetheart of ydne." Congrega-
oo0--)r. Lilian 31. cilbreth speaks in
room 411, West Engineering build-
S00-Classical Journal club meets in
room 2014, Literary building.
4:00-Board of directors of the Wo-
men's League meets in Barbour
4:15-Physics Coloquunm meets in
room 1041, New Physics building.
4:15-Junior Education class meets in
room 203, Tappan hall.
4:30-Botanical Seminar maets In
room B-173, Natural Science build-
4:W-Freshman grs' hockey e'u
meets in Barbour gymnasium.
:30--Recital of "Twelfth Night" In
auditorium of Uni rersity hall.
7:45-Economics cl bmeets in Ul.
7:00.8:0s-Varsity Glee club rehears-
al, School of Music auditorium.
VISIT IRCRAU WOUKU
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England is stirred by the action of
Gregory Zinoviev (above), soviet
leader, in scoring the rule of Mac-
Donald, Labor premier, and suggesting
that it is in the "leading strings of
the bourgeoisie." MacDonald's gov-
ernment has been conspicuous for its
sympathy for soviet government and
the attack comes as a surprise.
N FATALITIES RESULT
FROM STUDENT ACCIDENT
rence Bigelow of the chemistry de-
partment, who will speak Thursday,
Nov. 20, on "Atoms" treating this
subject from the chemico-physical
Prof. Howard B. Lewis of the phy-
siological chemistry department will 1
give the second lecture some time in
January on "Insulin." The last on
will be by Prof. Louis C. Karpinsi i
of the mathematical department on
"Mapping the Great Lakes" and will
take place in late February or early
March. He will discuss the applica-
tion of astronomical and mathemnati-'
cal science to the development of mao-
making, illustrating it by maps of the
Great Lakes. All three of the lectur s
will be held in the Natural Science
auditorium and the general public is
invited to attend.
The series last year was quite
successful, the Natural Science audi-
HERE AT LAST
CAME R A
No fatal injuries resulted from the I torium being filled to overflowing at
accident that occurred Friday when each lecture. It has been the aim of
'a car, filled with seven students en- the speakers to present scientific
route to the Ohio-Michigan game at facts in a concise and intelligible
Columbus, .plunged into a ditch and form for both laymen and scientific
turned over near Dundee, Michigan,
according to Edward Stibich, .'26L,IM
who returned to Ann Arbor yesterday
mzoining . . O M ENT EKES tu
An X-ray has been taken of Alex f fll -
ofDetroi, student of the City college FORNIGHTFY
Whitltr, , who was the driver of the
car, and it is believed that he may
have a fracture at the base of the New York, Nov. 15.-The government
skull. Clayton Purdy, '26L, who was has blazed the trail for an eight to
at first believed to be badly hurt, is nine hour overnight air mail service
resting easily. He may have a strain- between New York and Chicago both
ed - back and has been kept at the ways, it was disclosed today by Carl
Flower hospital at Toledo to make F. Edge, general superintendent of
certain that it does not stiffen. the postoffice department's air mail
There were seven occupants in the division.
car when Whitley swerved into the Routes have been mapped, and ter-
ditch to avoid hitting a car in front of minals, stations and emergency fields
him. There were, besides Whitley, are being acquired. Machines and per-
Edward Stibich, '26L, Clayton Purdy, sonnel have been assigned and all the
'26L, Russell Hays, '25L, Lucian Lane, powerful lighting equipment for night
'26L, and two other students who were flying is being set up.
being given a lift on the journey. I Colonel Paul Henderson, second as-
None of the. others were hurt. sistant postmaster general, had order-
ed the new service installed for early
Vienna, -Nov. 15. - The railroad' next spring, probably in April.
strike. has been settled and the men
have returned to work, ending the Lafayette, Ind., Nov. P-iirn
crisis which brought the resignation cross country team lost to mdl ia-i
of the cabinet, university's harriers in their .xt.
meet by a margin of' 29 to 26 althougi
Houghton, Mich., Nov. 15. -- The Purdue runners managed to take fir't
most extensive drive against the liq- and second places.
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Junior, seniors, and faculty of the
ronautical dIep;artn cunt returned
riday from a trip to Dearborn.
hile there they went through the
.out All-Metal Aircraft company
orks under the guidance of Mr-.-Wil-
ian B. Stout, president of the corn-
tny. They were shown especially
e new Stout eight-passenger air
ilmans in various stages of con-
ruction. Mr. Stout also gave a talk
r the construction of the all-metal
ane and the relation of the busi-'
ass and engineering sides of the air-
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