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THE- IC1ITGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1924

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HI6HMA COURSES
To OPEN. MOuDY
Courses, Intended for Practising
Engneers, Will Be Covered
in To Weeks
MAY LEAD TO A DEGREE
Short period graduate courses in
highway engineering and highway
transport for the present year will be-
gin Monday, Dec. 8. These courses
are not intended for regular studentsA
but for practicing highway engineers
and men engaged in highway trans-
port who desire to obtain advanced
instruction. Under the direction of
Prof.. A. H. Blanchard of the highway
enginering department, the UniversityI
has offered these professional short
period courses since the year 919-1
1920.
For the benefit of those who would
find it imrossible to devote the usual
four months to study, each subject is
covered in a concentrated period of
two weeks, during which the entire
time of the men is given to one sub-
ject.
If desired, these courses may lead
to the deree of master of science in
engineering, doctor of science, or
doctor of philosophy. The courses are
open only to men more than 21 years
of age, and but few of them require
prerequisites.
ALPHA NU DEBATES ON
TWO 1PEACE PRINCIPLES
Because of the Public Speaking
banquet tonight, Alpha Nu held its
regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock last
night in the Alpha Nu rooms. The
subject for the debate was, "Resolved
that Prime Minister Mac Donald's,
principles of peace by disarmament
and arbitration would do more to se-
cure the peace of Europe than would
Premier Herriot's principles of en-t
forced justice." Norman B. Johnson,t
'25. and Alden White, '27, supportedt
the affirmative with Charles Bremer,I
'28, and Charles Mertens, '28, sup.' t
porting the negative.
WHITNEY TO INURRE
PLY, "IN WALKEI'MMlY"E
E. M. Whitney, noted dramatic in-
terpreter, will present his interpreta-
tion of M. J. Jawf's play, "In Walked
Jimmy," as the next number on the
Oratorical association's season pro-
gram of lectures Dec. 9, in Hill audi-
torium.
"In Walked Jimmy," a play of 12s
characters, is one of a large repertoire
of Mr. Whitney's which includes such f
plays as "Turn to the Right," by
Winchell Smith; "The Fortune Hunt-
er," by Winchel Smith; "Hit the Trailn
Holiday," by George Cohan; "Adamt
and Eva," by George Middleto; Popu-
lar Short Story programs.t

World RWatces As Bitain Wrestles withn Egypt UiL'AlISTUDENH WILL De NO'INEWV USPHO lI I a Id Arsre nian ot ii a ol ls 1esecretaryinterpreter,
________________________________ lflin Pain rn Tl~iPBTETf Snr WNin TiOi ORROWflfl Yiba Yboa, because the latter adopted
I, s }lL V R~l 1IIfI UD fUYI~VUf th Christian faith, being baptized in
". '< a toic church.

Scalp and Blade, an organization of
men from. Buffalo, N. Y., will bold a
smoker at 7:36 this eveninm in the
Union. The meeting is to be feat ured
by music and entertainment. W. 1).
Roesser, '25, who is in charge of the
proceedlings urges all men oui thle
campus who are fromt Bufftalo to be
present. rThe prince purpose of the
organization is to foster the int erest s
of men from that city.
Opera's Mascot
Taken By .deBath
Boy, the French bulldog belonging
to E. Mortimer Shuter, dfi~ector oft Ihe)
Union Operas, died Wednesday alteor-
noon. According to rumors, poison-
ing was the cause of his death.
The dog has been a re ul'u' guiest
at all Opera rehearsals of the 1),ast
few years, and is well--Known to
Michigan men v,, ho have participated
in the show. le took the last two
trips as mascot of the Opera.
IBoy will be buried at Mr. Shuter's
summer home on Long Islaiid.A
special casket has been purchased in
1which hie will make his last trip east-
ward.
MICHAUD POSTPONES
LECTURE ON PANAMA:
Because of the illnes58 o}' (lia;ia ve
L. Michaud, of the romance lang u-tge:,
department, the lecture on P anamxa
which was to have been given by himn
tonight, will he postponed until <a iat or,
dlate, probably sometime next weeka.
Mr. Michaud's lecture is to lbe the first
of a series of five to be given under
the auspices of La Sociedad I lispanici..
A11crE Ti: t'ai.R"'o
And Hr Beaty E1
Full 1'iftre Pr;o..

Work on the engraving of the newj
C1onn sousaphone bass horn which the ! rf t' M. Donaldson, of the fine
arts departmnt, wta as calledl to Detroit
Chiamber of Commerce is giving to
Tuesday aft ernoon by the sudden death
t he University hard will be completed (iof his iiot hrer. The funeral will be
todlay and the horn will be put onj held in that city this afternoon.

exhibition' in be)thi Main andI State}
stree CoAsore windows tomorrow. The!
horn Nviiicl i s on- of the best of its~
kind, was purchased by the business
men thnrough the Chamber of Coin-
mnce eewith the :surplus of the money
(011 iiltled to sendl the band to Illi-
nois. 'The horn will be on exhibition
all of niext week anmd the establish-j
m~ent., where it will be shown are to
be announced tomorrow by the Chain-j
Vs. r Of Commierce otficials.
Vienna, D~ee. 3.-Karl JaworeR, young'
factocry w.orker who shot Dr. Ignaz
c" <e1, former chancellor, last dlune,
was :sent encedl to three and one-halfi:
.',in u rison. Ileo said hie had been
lio to l)_ n li e could free the pro-
letar iat by killing the~ Austrian chan-
i'1' k x,. iaay s"I' he oilktained
- I;
0to be heyld Friday' nigt
C Iie ?dew Ma'S(:n a:Temple. They
are"i on sa.le 'At the IBord~ in Con-
I 01 o01.l d8t u ttd$nbhea t~i:ns of--
lit( 0 ile 1 i' liiId ing (21
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-'NOTICE
Theo Ensi an will gladiy receive
any lt otr es taken this 'fall of
3campus sce3(,,nes, initia.tions, fall-
ye ames, and other events of in-
terest. A~ny expenses incurred [
will be met with.

WE WILLIDEIVER

m Pudding
Brick
In
Pints or Quarts
THE
Honey Dell T Roomn
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The serious Anglo-Egyptian sit-
uation has attracted the attention of
the whole world, due to the refusal of
the League of Nations to consider;
Egypt's protest over the huge demands
made by England as a result of the
assassination of Maj.-G en. Sir Lee
Stack. Egyptian troops are already in
rebellion. A British camel corps is,
seen above, and below is a view of
some of the Sudanese soldiers General
Allenby (inset) the British command-
er, must cope with.
POLICE POSTPONE SALE
!Due to complications arising from1
state claims to the cars which were to
be auctioned by the city clerk, the
five machines will be held by the police j
until such time as the city is able to
give a clear title when the sale is
made. It is announced by the city clerk
that the storage has more than eaten
up any amount that can be raised by
the sale of the cars. Announcement will
be made of the date of sale before the
cars are sold.I
John Shepard Bingham, left end, has
been elected Yale captain.

OF VI TO JAANT
Tokio, Dec. 2.-- (By AT.)-

I*~riu~n ';nllhas notified the
o.>°n lvrlnent that he has been
cdto suspendi the grant of
.i, r inteiding immigrants to
)- ~ '. #; foreign office, taken by
Ship.:;..iris;trcted the Japanese
L. ort 'o Prazil to make a report
wi tlis, mnstter i inediateiy.

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SAMPLES
Permanently on Dis play a
GUY WOOL-FGLK &CO.
3l36 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, Michi.
Designed by
WH ITEHOUS E HARDY
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FRIDAY . . . . . . 9.1
SATURDA . . 9-12
Music by
Bill Watkins and His
Granger Eight

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Wz IrNOW!e

Seniors Buy
Picture

1 500
Receipts!

NOW! NOW!
WILLIAM FOX gJ LINCOL J.CARTERA5

Receipts for senior pictures in the
'Ensian have amounted to more than
1,500 this year, which is approximately
Wh number sold for last year's an-
nual. The receipt sale has been clos-
ed and those who have purchased their
receipts must make appointments to
have their pictures taken before the
end of this week.I
Tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock
the University Chamber of Commerce
will hold its regular meeting in room
306 of the Union. All students in-
terested in business affairs are in-
vited to attend.
Patronize Daily Advertsers.-Adv.
Read the Want Ads

WHITNEY THEATRE : AT NI6HT
-~Tl~i SL1 W ' PESE
The S enaIlonally Succeeistul
and %V,:~ tiTx~ )~m
By CIMA'NING POLLOCK
.Tho theater will again be crowded tog
capacity during this engageiueaiaj
Hadn't you bs edi your mafl
orders today atnd maker sure of gettina
4he ueats you wan~t 3 ___
_ 01 uorNovember 2nd
said: "This tremendously suc-
cessful opus has returned to
Detroit for a week's visit, after
an unprecedentedi run at the
Garrick last season."

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in England expresshl) for F?.H. Fife& Co.
Thceo are of finest quatiL througyhout and lack
nothing- that the man wpho trams English Foot-
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CHRISTMAS.
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