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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1927

THE MILT-ITC A DAILY

PACE SEVEN

FRIDAY, DI~CEMBER 9, 1927 PAGE SEVEN' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FORMAL NIGHT TO BE
OBSERVED AT FIFTH'
OPEA RSNATION
LITTLE ISSU ES STATEMENT LAUD-
ING WORK OF MIMES SHOW
ON ANNUAL TRIPS
TWO SHOWINGS TOMORROW
Special Train Will Leave Here 'Next
Friday Bearing Company To
Chicago For Performance
President Clarence Cook Little and
his party will attend the fifth per-
formance of the 22nd annual Union
Opera, "The Same To You," tonight
in the Whitney theater. Tonight will
also be formal night, in accordance
with the custom of long standing.
Formal dress is not necessary, how-
ever, it being a matter of choice. In
a statement issued previously, Presi-
dent Little praised the work of the
Opera in its vacation tours through
the country as a valuable amDassa-
dor to the friends and alumni of the
University.
There will be two performances of
"The Same To You" tomorrow, a mat-
inee having been scheduled for the
afternoon in addition to the regular
showing. These will close the Ann
Arbor run of the production with the
exception of the annual J-Hop per-
formance given between semesters.!
Immediately after the final curtain!
tomorrow night the scenery and lglit-j
ing effects will be removed from the'
theater and made ready for the trip.
A special train will carry the entirec
Opera company to Chicago next Fri-
day afternoon, where the first of thec
out of town performances will be
given at the Auditorium theater.
Right, after this show the company
will again depart for Detroit, where
four performances will be given att
Orchestra hall. The show will remain
there through Wednesday, the head-
quarters of the company being at the
Statler hotel. A tour through the prin-
cipal cities of Michigan, including
Grand Rapids and Lansing will follow
then in cities further East, including
Clevpland, Buffalo, and Philadelphia.
The Opera will close in Cincinnai.
Applications for all of the out of
town performances have been availa-
ble at the main desk in the Union all
this week, and many have been dis-
tributed from that point, indicating a
large sale of tickets to alumni.
Waterman To Make
Trip During Holiday
Merwin H. Waterman, of the facul- I
ty of the -School of Business Admin-
istration will travel as field repre-
sentative for the bureau of business
research during the Christmas holi-
days, maintaining contacts with the
many firms that are cooperating with
the business bureau.
There are more than 150 firms co-
operating with the bureau, exchang-
ing statistical information, and de-
riving benefit from the exchange ac-
cording to officials of the bureau.
Waterman was influential last sum-
mer in securing a large number of
firms to cooperate with the depart-
ment.
In this work Waterman will visit
the firms, acquaint them with the
work being done for them through the
bureau, hear any complaints, and in
general will try to secure a close co-
operation between the bureau of bus-
iness research and Michigan firms.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.-Herb Joest-
ing, plunging full-back of practically
every mythical all-Conference as well

as all-American team, officially opened
tie annual Christmas seal sale here.

OPENING SESSION OF 70TH CO'GRESS IS CONVENED
In NJ5ASHINGTON AFTER INV(CA7ION LU) BY CH APLAIN

( (T AHia L \\\ (, ALEKHINE IS NEW
llMrvn CHESS CHAMPION
IS MEETING FEATURE u!sia

j Theosophical Federation of Itichlgan
]ears E.' Norman Pearson,
DeIroit Speaker
,YENU CAREFULLY CHOSENI
One of the prinipl features of the
Aieigan Theosophical federationC
meeting at Lane Hail recently was the
!special Battle Creek Vegetarian lunch-
con. The menu was prepared by Mrs.
Ellen M. Smith, dietitian of the Battle
Creek sanitarium, who came to Ann
Arbor to see that all the food wad
properly prepared by the cooks of the
Lane Hall tavern.
Preceding this luncheon Rev. J. M.
Albaladejo, of the Spanish Dept., of-
ficiated at the celebration of the Holy
Eucharist, which was held in the Up-
per Room of Lane Hall. This was
followed by a welcome to all the dele-
gates by Rev. Albaladeio, who said
yesterday that there were 75 members
present.
Sunday afternoon, at a general
meeting of the federation, E. Norman
Pearson, of Detroit, showed in his
spech "Is Man a Machine?," that the
body of man was renewed in every
way at seven-year intervals, and that
at many times we may feel that we
are nothing but mere machines, yet
the realization 'of such a thing is an
absolute impossibility. Many outsid-
ers were present at this lecture.
EVANSTON, II1.-Efforts are being
made to bring about the construction
of a men's union building here
similar in policy to the ones built at
Michigan, Wisconsin, and Harvard.

IS HOME AFTER TRIP
Prof. James 13. Edmonson, inspec-
tor of Michigan high schools and pro-
fessor in the School of Education,
has returned from a recent trip to
Atlantic City and to Jacksonville, Fla.,
where he addressed school meetings
in both'ities.
According to Profssor Edmonson,
all of the states of the union, with
the exception of California and No-
vado, are now associated in some re-
gional standardizing association, such
as the North Central association of
Colleges and Secondary schools. He
gave his addresses at the annual
meetings of two such associations;
the Association of Colleges and Sec-
cndary schools of th Middle States
and Maryland, at Atlantic City, anl
the Association of Colleges and Sek-
ondary schools of the Southern Statea
at Jacksonville. At each of the meet-
ings, Professor Edmonson called at-
tention to a meeting to be held in
Boston by the representatives of the
five regional standardizing asocia-
tions.
Professor Edmonson is secretary of
the North Central association and
went to these meetings as fraternal
delegate of that organization.
ECONOMICS CLUB TO MEET

Dr. Alexander AllekhNe
Russian chess master, is the new
chess champion of the world. Jose It.
Capablanca, title holder since i921'
resigned the thirty-fourth game of a
series played in Buenos Ayres, Ar-
gentina, after 81 moves. Final score:
Six to three in favor of Dr. Alekhine,
with 25 drawn games.

This is the first photo of the convening of the 70th Congress in the house chamber of the national capitol, Wash-j
ington, D.C. William Tyler Page, clerk of the house, is seen calling the roll iiTnmediately following the in)vocation.
I 'RIXAllf.--- , ~il{ 1aterlli ties iisi the
Adid Telephone Lines To Combat Big Fires RANA, 1rvic tIerniteihes intht
hfraternity dist rict here have succeeded
There were added in 1926 a total vice telephone system in these two in gettngapproval of their hopes that
of 386 miles of telephone line in the states now embraces 9,423 miles, he the st reels around that neighborhood
N-nou lbe paved by the city.

MADISON, Wis.-November bank
statements of students show the high The University economics club will
cost of attending out of town football meet at 7:45 o'clock Dec. 13 in the
games as local banks show that wom- Union. Dr. Eeva Fluegge of the Uni-
en students drew an average of $75 be- versity of Berlin is the scheduled
fore leaving for the game, while men speaker, according to an announce-
students drew more than $20 each. ment made yesterday.

22 national forests within the states primary reason for the system 1ein
of Washington and Oregon last year. to speed up action in case of forestj
Of this total, 209 miles were con- fires, according to information give,
structed in Oregon and 177 miles in jout by officers of the college of
Washington. The entire forest ser- forestry and conservation yesterday.
DETROIT, Dec. 7.--Air officers of MIAMI, Fla., Dec. 7.--Daily p:s-
the organized reserves and the Michi- senger service between Miami and
gan National Guard will meet here Havana will be inaugurated about
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