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FRIDAY, 9ECPMBER 5, 19211

THDE MICHIGAN DAILY PACE TIT

ySTUDENTS WANE
AGINT ABSENES
Aclrriinisrtiie-io: ri Solids Out '30
, :. Lpterrs for First Half
WILL ENFORCE RULES
more than 300 letters have beenI
cent out to students in the literr
college who have eight or more un-
excused absences for the first half oft
the semnester. The letter warns
Sagainst excessive absences which ronz-
(dcr the student liab~le 10 a reduction
in both credits and points.
A card is kept in the office of the
ARegistrar upon which 'is listed each
course which the studlent is taking,
and as soon as the tard shows a
noticeable number of marks, the sn-
d (ent is reported to the Administrative
board as delinquent. In several cases :
last semester students were deprivx'&
A of one or two hours credit andl points
because of their continued absence.
The letter calls attention to the ab-
sence rules which state that all ab-
sences must be explainedl at the office
of the Registrar within one week.
VA Every absence which is not explain-
ed within two weeks wit be markedl
unexcused. lEach absence on the (lay
immediately preceding or folowing a
* vacation or holiday is counted as
three.
A Students are warned that violat ions
of these rules will be more strictly
treated than before. The Administra-
tive board is determined to reduce the
excessive absence which' has been
prevalent in the past, and if they con-
sider it necessary will take away
more than two hours of credit and+
r-pontsforcontinued offenses.-
It is only necessary~ for the student
.M to file an excuse at the office of the~
"Registrar, but he must account for
Shis Asence to the professor and make
up" his work, otherwise his grade for
?° that day is recorded as E.j
77Students who desire to be excused
g , from their 'absences do not have to
appear before a committee onated
atn-ance as formerly, but may place their
excuses in the office of the Registrar
any time during office hours.
Senators Open
Muscle. Shoals
t Washington, Dec. 4.-(By X1.1')--'
Debate on the Muscles Shoals issee
r broke out in the Senate today wvith
is he authors of the Norris acrd Un -
k erwood - bills both "argunthea case
of tbe~.' tekpiiv&o. plans wr opera-,
c tion of the project.
Chairman Norris of the senate agri-
culture committee, which reported the
Norris bill providing for government
ownership and operation, opened1 the
,,.question on the floor and was fol-
lowed immediately by Senator Under-
wood, Democrat, Alabama, in support
of the bill which he introduced re-
Scently as a substitute.
The discussion consuimed 11101T' th!V1
f our h'ours, after which the if'nat
5 recessedl until tomorrow, leaviing t lie
subject in preferredl 3posit ion on its
calendar. A number of senators are
prepared to discuss the problem and
it was. indicated tonight that the tic-
bate would go on for several days.
No indications of. th~e adnistra-
tions' attitude was given today,la
the senate remainedl widely ciivjded
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on the issue. Several southern seza -
tors today expressedl op!)cit ioni t
the Underwood plan, and administraa-
tion leaders have openly expressied
opposition to the Norris proposal. The

Muscle Shoals question also came up)
in the house today when Repress,-
tative Kearns, Republican, Ohio, hi--
troducedl a joint resolution authoriz-
ing the appointment of a congression-
al committee to report to congress" a,
"feasible pllan" for the utilization of
0 the property. A somewhat similair
r~ esolution was introduced a ,' v
(lays ago by Representative Wrigh,'
Democrat, Georgia, and both rega rd-
° ed as being in line with the Presi-
d (ent's recommendations on the sub-'
n ject in his nmess'age to congress.
73efore debate started in the sen-
'~ate, Senator Bruce, Democrat, Mary-
land, offered an amendment to tiln'
l Noris bill providing for the appoint-renofficastopae ucl
Y- ilhoals solely on merit and not fromx
1)Politcal motives, and that emiployer;
bbe subject to civil service regulations.
VSenator Norris declared the chiiell
purposes of Muscle Shoals should be
for the development of power and!
f-ertilizer and for the improvement of
4 . avigation on, the rpennec;ree ri-,er.
4's

Goes To Syria

MAKE TESTS H ERE
of nuliglif 1Rays to 1{il
lj*..t!'. A. lea ler, director of the
ite d ice 1 z se c eof the Detroit Board

Speaks hreX-a.May Prevent .Exlolsriocall engineering iisi
.I-JO4O l X-ray is lyd i ~e
: Of Large Guns Says Pro fessoifind &Lec<<<i1,_em'
Prevenition of expllosions of large 1ho physics (lepartment has at se4, ~ ne1'
L '::.:Fg>";::>;n 11s by further dlevelopment of the the present time a powerful X-ray tro..
X-ray was declared by Prof. 1=I. M. Ihcii n xeiet r en _
carriedl on by the department of inet.- IMM THE -1Hait;>AI DIAILY
Randall, of the physics .(lepartment, -
to be entirely p)ossible. An article ap-' "° "../,!..° ""/.,...".".1 ."",. .I, q.' ,«.
" :<::::::;:. pea red:ly3c : : Thy v which stated that
-h apredlictionlhad been made at BIG BUG DANCE S
t he ('olven~t~o. of the American So-
. ciel t of Moac (al Engineers in New
...FRIDAYDC
ifs powe of thle X-ray to deter-; Hear the UG EA ND
Playing Exclusivel for BUTG DANCES
cni ely upcn the dlepth of. penetra-;I fe
fo 4tfhe ray, andl when an X-ray E ight i e-Dj-fcs Trwor iano
f f. fl Ceough to penetr ate through , 141 ~1VJ IIU
(~~T s >inaile, th~e defeots in that RUEL KENYON FRErDD1P BE GI
ON C.Le aIl r vult: ie readlily seen," Pro-
xzs. o .an, allsaidt. When. such an $1.25
.: ,.> c: ; ( e a d, th'e defects in the-
L~m~ ad he'csins ejctd.ThsDc loWir e h~in l L.UI1DV Y
hl.'zh; 'guns ('an th~en be ~t ieiiMSNCTM

i . ft1e lniveriiy every Tuesday on the
! f, .i;82 er1itdal ac..ion of ultra-violet l
~' '' r.Y cder is- trying to dis-
c(. r rif tlr r ut'ne escreen over the!
e ° 7 it y of 1 )et oifI. (coltwins any property;
ht ci am r h heultra-Violet: rays of
ruailiglit hich kbil bacteria.
fThe lproblemn presented bly the
so~hescm cens of priesent-day citiesj
fi , s,; urt ? v hen Vier' f dfrom the standpoint of
x ', E p~uilic health assumnaes a high degree
of importanc°, according to health
______________othi. ,. If Dr. Meader finds that;
rmoke does dlcter the action of
General l . P1Sairrail formner, Sunlight in exterminating h. iniful
conmmandein-c (hief of Allied. opera- bacteria it is quite likely that thej
tions in t he 'Balkans, has Been umade lnisnh asoftect ilh
I'renli hgh r n Syia. ore rigorously enforced.
SAl the piesent, timie H ie only othlej
'Ude is bill le declared, all of the city in the wolrl( which ,is having
Pow ,er a vi.i~fe 1)". on the river would 'I mnilar e:-:perhn nts Conducted is Lou-
he de el eipd sand experimentation in(loll, EMIgland.
ferltilier "manufact ure would be
'Started.!

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'Fhe former lini ;ed States am~ars -
c or to Japan and MZexico w as the guest

ol hmor an6 prmnc~pal speaker on
zilr ' r x amz of the Alll-Campus Pub-I
1xf Sp m!i baniquet held last night;
t~ .l: :In
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ioay

tar'ot. C. 0. Daivis and Prof. I 13.
hhimuhonsonl have recently received of-
fors o' Prof. Georg e Count's paositionI
a~t Yale for thbe second semester this
year. Professor Count has beenx ap-
poited to mhake a survey of school
cond~it ions in the P1hilippine Islands.
Both P1rofessor Davis and Professor
Edmononn r1 efused Ithe offer.
Pa ma ar1..13 sul sci 1 lion.
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(liiu~s'lfvemndtIsl

W ITSEYTHEATRE %A', IT
1Cllr'(JINNINAG PoLLo cK
Th(n thater will again be, crowded .to
-e~ity during tha engagement.)
Iladim't You best. send !n; your mall;
orders today and make -sine of getting
the seats you want?
D~etroit News of November 2nd
said: "'Tr'his tremendously sue--
('essftll opus has returned to
Detroit for a week's visit, after

1. After morning, classes go to Barbour
Gymnasium arnd havc lunch nat the Bazaar
tca roam.

2. After lunch visit tihe various
booths. "Doo youir Christmnas
early," as Uncle Sarn suys.

B3azaar7
shop)pinlg

3. lave dinner at Ehe Bazaar t-a roust.
E t, dance, enjoy Yourself.
IAnu-al XWomen s League and'

, arrick last season." -
r,' DANCE
A~the Dance I--lall1 in Naichcols Arcade
Saturday 1Evenaing, Decemer
9 to 12
Tickets, $1.00
be' pl i ased from Jc'1 ciuP.Att ion or I (elal
; thle Schlool of Music, or at gthe Do

Interchurch
B~arbour Gymnasium
Teca Roolm open at 11 :30

Bazaar
Toda'y and Tomorrow
Bazaar at 1 :00

Coutrtesy of Goodp car's

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STHOMAS
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PR2DUCTI O'N
A swift-rushig', roaring -Niagara of llod~rama -Militiest. of thtem all.
COMEDY
WILL JwR ° -4 4 I:HECOWBOY SHEIK"

Cncu b2 aaiwhile ihcre happens a photo- j NEW
SPlat) which is so tinusual, so inspiring., sI
B in fo rrativc, that it becomres the duty of YORK
5, the prcss to direct the attention of the O L
Spublic to it. I
- What Fan% ms People Say
1ito the 1pictur'. 1 L' s' m eve never would, imv, h lweAI'Wf
-?f.~i fie III lnat loved yvilly Uand !fldl'v e1'i a:9 y01 end b- tog csaawU-llL;- I,
_ I'll aesthaetic. appeul of the picture vll euai Am'pol
- diner aprecialkut of baematiful thtings," -- r. zioh L'':'t "s
Ssloner of Edlucaation.)-
"lthaerto our stadardl of superlative films 'was 'The Birth of1,a
Naation.I I am airmml the- Rloclietts' Lincoln lhias-jset a neW) big -muiter'
maaiurli1in our entlln is si_.__Freacrjck, Willim Nile (Ilitern~at lna!
Corresodn)
"(4ripp n iug fa*a tirst to :ast, it is infinitely lwett r than..1)rink.
E waters pay."WI.Cra'wfordl (attorney).
"Al i ulsorbing, stirrinigpiclure. It will make peopule think, W
need -mor elike it.7---Fana 1% (Colnaan (National Presitdent League
Aacrieanimwonfi',l,()a.}
- Im ADDITION-
"WHEN KNIGHTHOOD WAS IN TOWER" k
Prwm the F,.aous T'vleplioue Series Alpearing in
Cosiulopolitan M1ragazine;
-STA TING SUNDIAY
The Suipremie Achievement of C M
Sterling Farce C M D
OF THEfMOVI f
A JAMES CRUZE PRODuCTIO
Stir Clenn Hunter
i ' a 9amamowziiurer
' IF '10, / AR ;1j NE Olin'T11 iL E VEY1E_ .:N1
a MILLION PEOPLE WHO EAID THEF SIORYf
OR SAWIV THlE PLtAY1 YOU WOV' Ni 1
(0A I'sNI 'T0 S~[ THE PICTU E.
IIIIllllllllllllllltil lllllllllllll/

"THE PINHEAD"
An hIpel C(ome~dy-

01411,11ESTRiA

?;2linas Z:@~1-.3;:,1i9 I0(!°eQ, 'N' ~----N igits 7-.f-,13:30D10 tc, 35 , 50e-
Ownled, Spionsored amid Dir(etedl by Paul VWhitem ian
-Makers of Vmctom Records
li-Artists-I I
MILTN SILLS arid NAZIMOVA
in MADONNA OFf THE STREETS"

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Al ATlNE E -
Admission,

-2:010-3 :30
?5c, 10c

NIGHTS-7 :00.8 :30,
Admission, 35c, 10c

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fel DOA64Y, D~.:cU

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