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t';rE riGuT __THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, :OVE IiVER 25, 1923,

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Depnt nts Colcge ef LiAerature, Science and the &rts:
Ilcaos and chain n o: d(epartments in this college are requested to
coarinunicr a with my o2iee, if they have not already done so, concerning the
reservation of class roams for the second semester.
W.&Hlumphreys.
W'men AftI endli, Ig Pu-li ellenic Ball:
The hours for the Pin-iellenic Ball are from 9:00 to 1:30 o'clock.
Breakfasts at -orority houses must terminate at 3:00 which means that the
house should be closed and the doors locked at this time. Independent
women who plan to attend a breakfast are required to be in their houses
by 3:00 o'clock.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of Women.
Phi Beta Rappa:
Those members of the Faculties of the University who have come to
Ann Arbor since 1920, and who are members of any Chapter of Phi Beta
Kappa, are requested to send their names and addresses to the under-
signed at the Chemistry building.
Philip F. Weatherill, Secretary.
Faculty and Students:
The Department of Buildings and Grounds is compelled to make cer-
tain electrical repairs on Sunday, November 28.
For this reason the following buildings will have no electrical current

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ysterday.
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All students wishing to compete in letics, and the preliminary trials, to
the annual extemporaneous speaking determine the seven who will coin-
contest heldunder the auspicesof the pete in the finals, will be hold next
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Physiological Chemistry 102:
The first exercises for the second section of the laboratory course in
Physiological Chemistry will be held on Monday, November 29, at 1:00
p. n, in Room 319, West Medical Building. Students should provide them-
selves with a $5.00 breakage ticket for the Department of Physiological
Chemistry. These tickets may be obtained from the Treasurer's Office.
11. B. Lewis.
Public Lecture:
On Friday, November 26, at 8 o'clock p. m., there will be a public
lecture in the Michigan Union, Room 302, upon the- subject "After Death,"
by General J. D. Lodeesen-Grevinc, under the auspices of the Ann Arbor
Lodge of the Theosophical Society in America. Every one welcome.
Jose M. Albaladejo.

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Cunningham Claims
China Suffers From
Guerrilla War f are
China is suffering from many robber
bands which pillage the country and!
kidnap wealthy persons for ransom,!
according to a communication from
Dr. William R. Cunningham, '99M, who
played center on Michigan's football
team in 1898, to Hawley Tapping, of
the Alumni association.
Because of the prevalence of the
armed bands, Dr. Cunningham stated,I
the majority of the cases treated at
the Raymond Memorial hospital at
Ti Hsien, Shantung, where he isl
stationed, are gunshot wounds. Ia
describing the conditions in the coun-
try, he explained that "large robber
bands rove the country, sometimes 500
to 600 in a band. The head men ride
horses, and a great many carry fine
.Mouser pistols, or other makes which
are the best that can be purchased.
"They riot and pillage, taking every-
ting they can lay their hands on.

Attention Electrical Engineering Students:
Friday afternoon, November 26th, at 4:15 p. m. a meeting of the Uni-
versity of Michigan Branch of the American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers will be held in the Natural Science Auditorium, at which Mr J. T.
Sheafor, personnel manager of a large Michigan Corporation, will give a
talk on "Choosing a Job." Directly after Mr. Sheafor's talk, a G. E. film
on radio will be shown.
Everyone interested is invited to attend.
Maurice H. Nelson, Chairman, A. I. E. E.
Phi Delta Raidlans:
We will celebrate Thanksgiving together, by a Friday noon luncheon
at the Lantern Shop. This early announcement to inform you that there
will be no speeches. Don't forget to come!

They make a specialty of carrying off E t En -i
rich men and their families, and hold-.ElectricEngieers
ing them for ransom. If any one re- Tj
sists, they are shot, which accounts WlHear Sheafor
for the large number of such cases__
that we get at our hospital." John T. Sheafor, assistant to the
In speaking of modern conditions, sB
Dr. Cunningham also wrote empha-jpresident of the Michigan Bell Tele-
tically of the improvements in trans- phone company, has been secured to
portation, since he arrived in China give an address before the University
in 1904. At that time, he relates, branch of the American Institute of
"there were no railroads and the trip electrical engineers, tomorrow at 4:15
from Shanghai to Ti Hsien was made o'clock in Natural Science auditori-
by a three-weeks trip on the Grand um, according to Maurice H. Nelson,
canal and a two-day journey by Ox secretary of the local organization.
cart. The same trip can now be made He will speak on the subject of
in 36 hours by railroad. "Choosing a Job."
The hospital then available for use Mr. Sheafor's address will be in no
was described as "a few Chinese mud way connected with his work with the
huts with thatched roofs." The best Bell Telephone company, being of an
one had board floors and foreign win- entirely impersonal nature. This
dows, and was used for dispensing meeting will be open to anyone who is
medicine, examining patients, and for interested, and was designed princi-
operations. pally to aid seniors.
At the present time, a modern hos- IDirectly after Mr. Sheafor's address,
pital is being equipped with all the a General Electric film on radio will
necessary eauipment for efficient be shown.
medical practice.
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NEGRO TENOR
Saturday,. December
8 P. M. Eastern Time
HILL AUDITORIUM
Tickets $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
at University School of Music
Charles A. Sink, Secretary and Business Manager.

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