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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PoBE
GASES

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"T-he hastenting"

'ACIECSME

ectlons. The convention here willj fl t ggf g fly. liThin ,,x o .
mark the first regional conventhion
evrheld inI this section of the C0111- 1+
trThe annual convention ofth Than Poltics, Says Governor
institute Nwill be hllcd in New York this
i 7' vo r.'

~YEARLiING BAND NEE[

11 a

Health Authorities Joint
Investigation
TUDENTS IMPROVE

.4i±y

~Investigation into the possible
'Source of the four student cases of
trichinosis, reported following the
~Illinos-Miebigan game, is now un-
'iler way according to a letter fromt
Dr. Isaac D. Rawlings, state health
commssinerof Illinois,, received by,
D~r. A. J. Wessinger, local health of-j
.ricer, yesterday.J
<In response to a letter from Dr.
Wessinger, the Illinois health corn-
,missioner writes that he has advised
ihUniversity and health officials of
Champaign and Urbana of this mat-,
ter and that he has also sent one of.
testate food inspectors to investi-
gjate all of the restaurants in both
hties in an attempt to~ trace the dis-
eased pork which is thought to have
caused thie malady.
Dr. Rawlings also requested Dr.
'essinger to ascertain from the Uni-
versity students if possible the exact.
location of the restaurant at which
they ate the. sandwiches while at-
tendin~g the game. The four men in-
formed Dr. Wessinger that they are
certain that the restaurant was in
Urbana. The reason for the uncer-
tainty is the fact that the two cities
of Champagin and Urbana are divided
at a certain street and taunless onei
famailiar- with th'e cities it is d iffi-
cult to know which is which.
Health Officer George F. May of
Urbana writes to Dr. Wessinger that1
no cases of trichinosis have been re-
ported in that city up to the present
time. In the meantime a thorough in-
vestigatioff is being conducted by him
as well as by the state officials.
The four students are reported to.
be slightly better by Dr. Wessinger,,
who states that they will probably be I
entirely recovered within the next
ten days.
DOHERTY TO SPEK1 O
POWER TASISO
R. E. Dohierty, consulting engineer
of the General Electric company, will
speak on "Problems in Long Distance
Power Transmission" at 7: 45 o'clock
tonghtin he atual'Science audi- I

yI II U1 1 I IUIVIUIIIIUIVI_________________
COi~i~tI0to~f n riclE ntitle of I ' I
iinent Men Isere Notices to appear inj this coluini n nust #
_________Inc left in tiel- Iox at the Dp ly ii:,:e
Tj u r'T ! rov ied for ih; t purpose 1 to1'e 4
LOR H WLL~VECOMo'clock iCtecced theglday of issue.
rMore than 100 prominent: architects ~iTESDAY
of the middle west will meet in Ann4O-lWiIhn Einttli veii speaks
::"'':;: " :::":; -: °in west art iphtiheater of Medical
:.":::: .;;>:"I Arbor tomorrow for the open- bul;g
ing of the conv;entiion of the- north *' hs s(oltuui et z
central chiapters of' the AmericanmIn'- #ro 01 -\ m~ig
stitute of Architects, which ii rom101,ne1Pyscsbuldng
held jointly between Detroit afl tL'-~ : -ign et h re~ nZt
'- city, Yesterday,, ?i rc trs of 0he na- TaIlhahue
tional orbganizatiron : a 5 eznlle!here ? :4 )- k3 ,, Clens dub c~srteicorgnizes ire
for a twlo (lay i CtinZ If d- 1room ;22, Union.
quarters for all or thze architeeL.,will 7:O--- C'G'iQ 1Frnn!ei~fi i mects i1!'x 3."-
A oe i sh w on ofte s e be located at the Union. _ i e room.j
Te conven rtion will open with a t lgi-cabba~rd sand Biadcfiee;i
from "The Chastening ," a five act play luncheon l onorrow at the UnIion= room 304, Union.
that will be presentedl by the Matthi- J Prof. P jijl Lor ch of the architectu~raI lea --t Q~ T. C. 4"w,!!r ;~s i I
Son-i entnte companyatSo'lck college will give the welcomling a,,-kOn.'1. C. b rlfln.
( ih ii..ii ,:dress and, Clark llainnondl of Chzicago, 73~--Irchii a
ngtnllladitoriumn on the Ora- I .room 3cs, 1Union,.
torical Lecture ~~~ regional director, will preside.7 4-I.E )oe'v'uiinNir'a-
___________________ Tomorow series.n a'
I upmi ,on (e du tion of the architect !Siic ulti un
w1illtal ,e p#laic after which several
exhibps ill b)fShown to the visitors. iIVM* rSwDA~Y
Later in the afternoon, the delegates t-.R '5hi' viii spt'akb in
A ER LI[SSwll bedriveto etrovit-foadinner room 10423, East Fngineering guiiild -
GO T LCL HJNESto be hedtr. ig
Th'le drcoswl eentertaiinzed 4 Uii- -Vnller *. (to 1In Marc cloks in
r ~pt, -iv, contywil edevorto this noon at luncheon at the lBarton
H~ill's club, tendered -by the faculty of
bag its qutahi of (leer if the licenses theo architectural college. Each di- _if
issued by th1e county clerk s' oftice rector (trnr ilte ts section of the
are any indication. 160 deer lhcenses-cuiyadtegoprpeet h
hav ,1 rca'dY been issued. With theeni cuty
'he con*y ntion openi rig temorrw k
sesnsatigStr"I pl~nsI llin,.ludlCarchitects Ifrom' (Chicago, ;i "f¢ E4
aire si]1 coming in andl at le it a ,'1ttshiir,1)troit, Grand :Rapid'- (ol-
(lozen mor1 1iC.cseswill, be sPll d b ninbulr~s To le~do, Cleveland, Erim, I~aY-
f'ore the see! '-on is over it is thought ton, an~d ('incin di. There. nisacp- i1"
Jy y C ycu.y lr ter oft the inst~i te n e u'h lof these
r I{ (t3,"

"T',-re is only on thing worse than1
being a bootlegger," remarked Gov.
Alex. Groesbeck on a recent visit
here., "andl that is to be a politician."]I
"Wthen you are; in politics, you
ceaoje to h,, man or woman and enter
the class of the person. It depends
upon the person whether he is a suc-
cess. or not. Ther'e is one thing cer-
tain, you have to lie as nard as a nail.
You are working for a fickle boss-
the public. No matter- what you do,
someone says it is wrong,. and even
-when you do seem to l'e on top for a
1:hile, you never know when the wind
ti,:l 1change."
rOne thing of which Governor l'
!Groesbeck doues not approve is can-
vassing of votes. "I don't like this!
idea of someone going out about slxl
botsiefore the electin nd beg-
giic) <,h dear jrblic' to vote for so!
I tpo:~n~easar nmany," lhe.,
c~nui~e.(jTat Ys wy I would f.
n ee? advise any Cric to go into poli-
tic.; ules blo he; 1e faculty of tk
in row-, 205, -Mason hall. 1
i -.3s kxri=s Inst dl Tto crub nwets lIn y
room 1109t, Literary butilding.
4 -I

ring things lightly., Too many men of
today worry themselves sick about! Nton one has yetapplidnoth
business. That is, h'alf of what is theston fdrm ajrith
matter with President Marion L. Bur- ! 1ma1n band, according to IWilla
ton right. now. you can't live, Diener, '26, chairman of~ the I
'underclass commiitte and if the
through it, if you let the little things i opat ! the games Satur(d
get on your nerves." Idrtrunl major inust be secured.
In conclusion Governor Groesbeck There will be a meeting n
commented on the, work of the Re-J hearsal of all men of the f :e~
publican club in arranging for ab-' class who wish to play in the ha
sentee ballots,. saying that it was a 7:15 o'clock; tonight in room:1

"fine thing."

the Union.

The Arcadia Restaurant

OPEN UNDER SAME MANAGETMENT

.BOAD

With- Breakfast ..$2

Without Break fas

x. .o(

618 EAST LI.BERTY' STREET

(JUST OFFD STATE)

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CHNCRLEVOIX

ANN ARBOR

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OVERCOATS

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I mported arid Domestic Woolens.

I Try Us Once-You'll Try Us Again
WVHY ?
I Bca-use We Always Aim to P lease You
I 11 South University ,Ave. Phone I [60-R

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CARTIER'S

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'r-h Netlebn She
Carried in hack and Tan Viking and Brown Sotc Grain
suita~ble Wintcr Oxfords

L306 South State St.

Second, Floor, over Hailer's Jewelry

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Mr. Doherty will talk before t he
pperlassmen in engineering at 11
'clock this* morning in ROOM 311 of
ie West Engineering building. lIe
,.l utline some of the weaknesses
ehas found in the training of thej
agineering graduates with whomi he
omes in contact, describing some of
e steps which the General Electric
rnipany has found necessary to takle
- order to prepare men for the bet-;
r positions.
Mr. Doherty has taken over a great
eal of the work started by the late
r. Steinmetz before his death. j

ahr.'s Shoe Store,

9 15, -%! Rv, A

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Down Town

108 S. Main

ANINOUNCES

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Pht~ne 129-pl'V

There will .be a mneeting° of fresh-
ian group.5 this evening at 7 o'clock
1 the student offices on the thzirdt
oor of the Union.

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Don't delay-Pay your Subscriptionj
)day.1

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Fresh
Flowers
Tastily
Ar ranged
And in
Great
Varieties

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CALF 115
Cousins & Hall
611 E. University Avenue

I Playing
"~Little Johnny J"ones
"~"' S'de- splt: ng IHar-raising Sell-d in:ing
'LITTLE JOHNN%( JONES" --- ii~ree
{ x S~- .t rr g ,.o/hony//.ies W~a S
l -e 1..:t:,Dnn tc o 1ti arC o f'~t~hecre
by
' ' g "A --.p ' P I ril d , x ci i a ro m a n c e o f a n A m e rica n t
jockey in England, with a thousard and c ric ,spectac-
. 2arsituations.K
A l-0X COMEDY Cy ls
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An Ac atatloni of a story by
MARY'ROBERTS- RINEHAR T
Authoi of

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PromptAttention
given to phone
orders

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The_

of
t1ie
Wi lldernes>s:
by
Charles
Allen
Seltzer,
With
John Bowers,
Alice Calhoun,
Alan jHale,
Otis Harlan,

A drama
Butrnt grass
Lsands
Potect
I'ono)r
of

C harlie Chase inl "JefiYries Jr."

ICHAR I IIDI G PI) 'L S series or VAN RIBBER.STORIES-
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