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T~lUL1~A~ 1EEMBE1

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ftft1,1C0 WILL H91LR
BALLLTE1 INAPRL,
Eiher Great Lakes or United Sates
t Armsy Bands Wi1 lay {
' *vFoj ianciiee
LOVETTE IS CHAIRMAN
9'~o satisfy inquiries imad iing the
last font' weks, the R. . T. C. depar-
anent Miriounced yesterday that the
annual Mlitary all wil b(. 4I
somet ue during the ltter part of
Aprl, p oably the lastvrwek in t hat
mponth. T he exaOt ae will be made
1 nowna ater the t hrbltmas vaction.
lolaim II.cIuvet , '27 I', lo;beeu
i.a; leU ge, 71 clairmat of th eaff i rj
and has asaed (cha rge o ,ll~r-,
rayehsll'e. li e iM namie his sub-
chlairui lr~in g the mnnth af Jan-
nary.
Negot iaions hbve h)(' Onemedi)i~ x h
t he 1 ililiiiary IBand of te (Ira aks
7rining Station01, (f hicagctIlli., ad
iti i'he officia nited StaesAry
Bland,whih is i t : iolod tat Fort
haves. Ohio. Ether oi(, of these
ban I, will 1be engaed toa i ay im'or'he
ball.11 es d , one (Athse band,
somec oher well-knoJwn (ance orches-
tr'a will beo hhrA to help iurnish the
University To Send
Journalism Faculty
Men To ConventionsE
Prof, John L. Brumm andl Howa'rd
P1. Jones of (le departmenit of journal-
ism will attend the'annual convention
of the Anmeican Association of
Schools and Departments of Journal-
ism, and also of the American As-
socation of Teacher's of Journalism
to be held in Columbus, Ohio, Dec.
2k, 29 and 30; respectively. The lni-
versity of Michigan is a member of
b)oth associtionls.'
The purpiose of the former conven-
tion is to report on the standardiz-
lion of elcation for journalism. The
association is cooperating with . the
American Society f Newspaper Edi-
tors which is composed of leading
editors throughout the country. This
latter organization has been responsi-
ble for° many constructive practical
newspaper -idas and better ethical
standards of the profession.
From _Columbus, rofessor lrumm
will go to te° Rotary club) banquet in
Rockford, Ill., Dec. 30, in honor
of college students returning for the
holidays, at which he is the principal
speag. is subject for the occasion
xiii be "Escape from Commonplace."
R.O0T'. Will1 Return
Government Cannon
TI o Munitions' Depot
Orders lave been received by the
R. . T. C. department from the War
department-for the shipping of the 8
inch Hfowitzeer cannon that has been
standing onl te south side of the Old
Engineering shops building for the I
last five years, to the Rock Island
Arsenal at flock Island, Il.
This piece formed part of the mobile
coast artllery equipment (huring the
'World war '. 'Recently it was xii h-:
drawn from service because C~ngres'
has so ut he size of ire army as to!
abolish 'all coast artillery regiments
commandinfg this tyle 0Of gu1..lForI
this ~easonr instruct ion on this type
of (canon ihas been (iseoflhin( by
the i. . 'T. C.departmet.
This instrumint of warfare fres.a
200 pounld'trojectile which necessi-
tates It pounrds of powder for tie fir-)
intg, and has a maximum range of 12,-
000 yards- The gun and arriage
weigh 23,000 pounds, while the equip-
ment that goes with them weighs4
8,000 ounds..

NtiAPlA"E,-.-AnOther serious erup-
Lion of M >ount Vesuviuis is predictedI in
co iisequeiice of recent heavy rains. Js o
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Names Committees TrwCbDridge.e Wsn SNJS~-r~i.~
Finance: Farrington Tweedy, Wr~ ,Cifr ~aao vallace Ma-
of the literary college were announced Short, Elizabeth Anne luinphr~ey, I un t :('artr ovr 1'ce Iluliurt:,ni"i \~rtb(a.'r
last night by the class presidentI Jean Wallace. Willai Jati,.enninigs McBride, 'n in 1 «ia n a For
SGeorge Tilley. They are as follows: Social: John Effinger, chairman; ;(C o 'o Su nons, lxvood JIerkins. nrthc Liberal go' anie11 of Di
Frolic: James Allen, chairman; Geo.' Harry Elliot, Robert Evans, Fr'ank I )ipin : obrtHolmes, chair- Jluan r aassa.
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Wishing You
the Heartiest of
Greetings for Christmas
and the New Year

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is nearing fruit in the work. of themayor's zoning commission. What
6fect, howvever, New York's sudden tomiing upon such structures will have
on other cities is -problematical shinceChicago, Detroit, Cleveland and other
large cities are erecting now tall s4:re et rcs. Above is shown Cleveland's
new railroad station, the Te,.rminal Toxwer building, on which steel work is
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