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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNADAY, DECEMBER 7, 1924I

HOUSE FLOOR LEADERS

SpoaskI'Play 'Tryoutls:
'rThe tryouts fur the Sociedad Hiss an cais Anuaml Play will be held this
Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons at 3) o'clock in room 201 South Wing,,.
All students interested in trying out. wil l plwe report. This year's iay
wf'l be "Juan De Las Vinas'' by Juan Engenio I lartzcnbush!.
I aJa >1:.TJly.

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ReseareltClub:
The regular Dleceinber meeting of the ItESa:ar(,h CL 0)a will be by Id oni
1 Wednesday, December)C 10th, at -S p. mi. in the Ilistological Laboratory. Thej
following papers will be presented:
"Measurements of the Electronic Charge b~y the ;uihrot 1E l'oct" by Pro-
fessor N. H. Williams.
"The Papyrus Codex of the Shepherd of I lernmas" by 1Pxrl,,. o;orC'
Bonn er.
S The Council will meet at 7:30 p.m.
T. IT. 1ilol~ebraitdt, Sec retlirv.
(.-I<Iop Commitl ee Meting: - -^-
There will be a meeting of the J-Flop commfittee toaigt. at 7:3114 p. im.
in room 362 of the Union.
Charles t¢.lI lii : i, (,eiu ral ('l~i ya .
Ni rl's ifle Class:
There will be no more meetings of the Ci l's lRiifle'!i& sflil hffiters
riot ice.
111k*rra ternIt y Council:
There will be an important special meetinug of theltc iiieifraternity
Council at 4:30 o'clock Monday afternor~n at thbe IUiioii. All fraterni ties
who are. members are requested to s,,nd I hoir two r . !t at :;.
WHI" tf Go~IRetaO the Want Ads
Nicrto appral ' in I tL, 11.- IuI
'iiesided for' that im ,,UTP' trtu r
ISUNDAYm

FORD 1'6L WILL. HEAD;
ORATORICAL USHER FOCE;
Richiard Ford, '261L, has been tip-
pinrtcd he~ad usher by the Oratorical'
-soi!ion, to supervise and facili-
tote the ushering at thle Oratorical
lectures. Forty men have been gath-
er'ec to act ini the capacity of officials
and ushers for tha3 remaining nuni
)ers on the progrran.. A. MV. Stern,
127L, is assisting Ford as 'head usher
in the l~alcony sections.
Thme collection of Itickets, the ush-{
fering to seats, ind the distribution
of programns is now in charge of these
~elt.
6,A9, kR-S TOCSPEAK
ON VIS UA4L EDUCATIN'
Binrton A. Barme, (irector of visual.
edlucation in Detroit, will spelk be-
fore: the M 4ei'.s Educeational club at
17:1t5 o'clock tomorrow in room 304 of
the Union. tlIis snb;;ect: will be "He-j
ce~nt !Thvelo')ueilt s inithle Fiel d of Vis-
tcal l~tiueal ion.''
IMr'. LarV-n(5 is conlsidervA a, national
f;uth0't 111-1011 ontIhe USe O 1IaOx'ing piC'.
' i r. 5 and(1(A her ill iistrat ive nmaterial
for the pa ipore 01' in struct ion. All
ji menI ini t vied in eduicttion a i'. invit-
(ci 1 t nd.
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IIlarold A. Mlarks, '26, was chosen
p~residenft of the Republican cll) at
a iniectin~ held recently at the Union.
Raymond W. 1Davis, '26, was made
sec retary-treasurer of the organiza-
tion, andl C. H. Whipple, '27, was ap-
pointed publicity chairman and mem-
ber of the executive board.

IflVP 1111Il.S. Provenn of th polticalI
sclcnK R V l'dep~zrtment ,addies 'edth
! Imeeting discussing the recent cam-
paign. Monthly meetings of the club
LOCH HIPBLIO CL 1 are to be e l d.

ing for the creation of ani executiive
department of education and relif
was introduced yesterday.
Prof. C. J. Campbell of the English
department will speak at 7:'')0 o'clock
tonight at the Unitarian (chirch opt
the subject, "Is the Stage a Pulpit?"

I OPEN TODAY

9;10 Ao 1:00

4:00 to 9:30

Rep., Fin is 3: Garrett, of Tern! .'r',tft, D~emocratic floor leader of
t he h ouseo, and Rep. Nicbolue iwa tU of Ohio, R epublican floor leader,
su apped (exchanging gre(eiin;4s }; bee en GS.-c-lonS.4

Publication in
the University.
3:30 P [an. (11
'4ilanie

the Buetin is conzstrunetive notice tutal -members of
Copy receivedi by <he; Assi fl.anrt to thm 11-esideut until
30 a. ni. Satturd a..v

Senate Councl:,
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
December' 8, at 4:15 p7.i.,. in the President's offhce.
1F. E. Rlobbin s, Secretary.
The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club announces a lecture
by Dr. HIelen Woolley, Tuesday, D/ecember 11.1 at three o'clock, Auditorium,
University High School. Dr. Wcolley will sp~eak on The Merrill-Palmer
School of Detr'oit a unit of which is soon to lie established in Ann Arbor.
All parents andl teachers are cordially invited.
M avh.'le 11. Whitniey, (Chairmian.
IE letaiesil lEiigiaeriag
Labo-raitory Section I will not meet on M",nday, D~ecember 8.
)El. g. Hlll.

12 :00-Discussion classes meet at
Presbyterian church.
:3:00-Hoover Sunday school meets at
Presbyterian church.
:):30i-Student supper at Congrega-
tional church.
6:110-RI1ev. Stanagaugli will speak .94
H larris hall.
6:15-- Eugene Brock will speak al
ICongregational fireside chat.
6:30-Westininister circle meets at
Presbyterian church.
6:30--Prof. 0. J. Campbell speaks at~
Unitarian church.
7:15-Rabbi Gusfiel address Jewish
students in Lane hall.
7 :30-J4llop committee meets at room
S 302, Union.
8 :00-Aotion pictuire service at Con-
gregational church, "A. Front Pagec
Stor' y."
3IOMI AY
4:15-Sexiate Council meets at Presi-
dent's office.
1t ::30-Interfraternity council meets ai
Union.
'ERE ORT BANDFNNE
BEST IN SEVERLfYEARS'
V i ,ity band finances have seldom
Ibeen in better condition than at pres-
eat. This is due in part to the efforts

tailored suit.

Cut by hand, sewed

and fitted by the same means, the
Finished product is not only made to
r eet y.:ur individual requirements but
madl- to withstand the double duty of
fulilling the dictates of style and hold-
ins;its quality through the most gruel
igtests.

Far

Consider the Differenc
IHave you ever considered the differ-
cnce between the ordinary and the

Ehglish Gi leport Writing:
1 shall not mneet miy classes this week.

«.1.1-lleig l Nelson.

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Rrtur f. arquarbt
608 East Liberty Street Phone 171 3-JI

C cmkcIIl Engineers:
Air. It. A. Plumb, 01 the Trua con Laboratoiries, D~etroit, will address the
next meeting of the Stldeflt Branch (Ithtie A. T. Ch. P. I onruesdlay, December
16, at 7:30 a. im., room 3205 East Engineering Building.
His subject will be "The Tragedy of Near,". being some of the mlistakes
a young chiemica l engineeir makes froth e eXecutive vie'wpoint.
All interested are cordially invit cd to attend.
It. i;.. Poland, Sev.
League of Nations '.tin-Pai'tbwan iAs'n:
D~ean Edmund E. Dlay of the School of Business Administration Neill
sppeakon, "The Economic 1(0hal~ii ation o (311u rop'at 7 :43 o'clock 'Tuesday
nighlt inl -Room 3T18, 'Union. All inim mbrs of lie A: ;o('iat icn and any others
interested in t he L~eaguie of Nat ions and oth]er' preseim It-day intermit ional
questions,7 are .in vited~ to at tend.

of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Com-
pierce which financed the Illinois
trip, furnished two newv bass druimsi
andl assisted the orga.nization in every
possible manner.
Future activities of the band in-
i de attendance F t the F+ootball Bust
of December 118. in Detroit, andh a ban--
(juet given by the Chamiber of Comn-
Smerge on December 16.
I t. is' certain that the spring trip,
-which was omitted last year will be
Imade next spring although the itiner-
ary has not yet been decided.

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DIME'S FLYING-
ORDER NOW!
Christmas GetigCad
wNEW SAMPLE BOOKS AT YOUR SERVICE
w WAHRBOOK STORE

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A Message
We Hear
FvNery Day
'"Dear Sanuta
"If you are in doubt what
t ) bring rue for (1111 itmnas,
I world advise you to stop
at the coirner drug store and
10(ok around. As I have. beeni
passing there the last few
days, I hiave seen such wvon-
(erful toilet sets, imported
lierii i s, and(, ohm, suiclh a
wonderful array asI.to make
inw think it was Christmas
inoriing.
"And], besides just toilet
things, so many items for
all kinds of p~eople-leather
goodls, shopping bags, Bos-
ton biags. Oh, I can't tell
you all I did see. Just stop
in and -ask someone to show
you wxhat they showed to
m e."

MILK, CREAM, BAKED GOODS
COLD MEATS
CouipetP Stock of Grocer~es
College Grocery
516 E. Wilijam Phoue 866 J
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Then his records mean more to you than ever before.
SHis wonderful playing need not become a half-forgotten~
memnory, but may readily be a part of your" daily lfe.
The great artist Heifetz is an exclusive Victor artist.
Hsart is recorded perfectly on Victor Records. The large N
Hisbe of Victor Records of Heifetz are some of the finest
Sexamples of violin recording ever produced. You are invited
to hear these, and any other records in the Victor catalog.
We carry a large stock of Victor records and can furnish you
with the records you want.
SVICT ecors
d% make very appropriate
Christ a-ss 'fis
oy " r"What finer gift than a Victor' Victrola could you
Sfurnish your home with this Christmas? The Victrola is
r the choice of Heifetz and the greatest arisKts of the present
a day. Follow the advice of the greatest living artists--choose
re the Victor Victrola.
.r See oir display of Victor Victrolas. Reservations fo~
es Christmas delivery now beng made.
I Schaeberle Son ~r
1 10 South Main St.t

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SEE!1
I'ai" 1'o of Noveniber Issue of
House and Garden
and read
"CHINESE RUGS-The style trend
is dlecidedtly towards Chinese rugs; it
traditional desigmirs, copying or adopt-
mug old (designs with symbolic eni-
b lenis ,new designs; or designms, :as b3
one American artist in ('Inma, Mlrs
aFranklin l'et; exquisitely amid under.
s tdinigly adapted to Arneriei ideal!
of interior decoration. Soft fine car
pet wool is obtainable in China. 2
dleep lustrous pile characterizes Chin
ese rugs. Cheap horrid examples ar4
now foetnd i]aAmiericau stores, neithe7
nesae rugs are incompla ra ble.. Blue
arie not so(mmucli in vogue as taupe:
and gold. Peach llooni, rare tonmes o
,lade, and lotlier exquisite coloring;
are aa ilalie inii he Fet te rug's."
ALI T TE RIGS I CARRY ARI
1i T Hl 11 EIIST Q UALITT' OF FETTI

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Tender roast turkey with
delicious dressing and
tasty cranberry sauce is
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G. CLAUDE DRAKE'S
Drug and Prescription
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Comae amid see thiemm
ymir Christimais gifts.

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