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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY,

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FORMER SOVIET LEADER IS WRITING MEMOIRS IN EXILE.

PPrARPIP WIl I TAIW CITY TO PREPARE PLANS FOR PLANT

Under the auspices of the War
Resisters league, the Rev. Athena-
sius Rickard, pastor of the Metho-
dist church at Whitmore Lake,j
will speak on the topic, "Was Jesus
a Pacifist?" in room 1025 Angell
hall at 4:15 tomorrow aftenoon.

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Services of two local engineer-
ing firms will be engaged by board
cf public works in preparing pre-
liminary plans for the city's pro-
posed sewage disposal plant, ac-
cording to a decision of the board
in a meeting Friday evening.
The city will pay $2,700 for plans
submitted by Ayres, Lewis, Norris
and May and Hoad, Decker, Shoe-
craft and Drury, the latter's terms
fixing the service price at $1.200.

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The Rev. Rickard isa veteran of Reports fro mthese firms must be
the Work war and is speaking at presented to the city within 45
the meeting which was arranged days, the board stipulated.
in connection with the tenth an- The session Friday evening was
niversary of Armistice day. The called to enable the board to de-
movement to cary on such meet- termine the sewer committee's at-
ings was introduced by the Quak- titude on having two firms pre-j
ers in Australia, and it is being pare a sewage disposal program or
sponsored in many countries. let the work to the lowest bidder.
The War Resisters league is as A majority of the boardidecided, in
brach f a inerntioal lso ta recent session, that it would he.
ciatn which has its headquarters advisable to permit two firms to
in London and which has societies formulate plans by which the com-
represented in eighteen countries. munity could arrive at a cost es-
timate. One member of the newer
committee, Ald. H. M. Slauson re-
Subscribe for the Michiganensi~n ospnded to the call of the board's

president who expressed regret
that the other six dfficia1, were
not present to discuss the marter.
Mayor Edward W. Staebler an4
Ald. Slauson informed the board
they upheld the proposition to hire
both firms. The city is pressed 1o"
time on the project, as state olTi-
cials are anxious toreceie mAnri
Arbor's plans on sewage disposa!
preparatory to submitting a bill on
financing the state. prog am t' the
legislature.
Representatives of the city and
University will meet soon to dis-
cuss the proposed sewage system.
The University will share a part of
the expediture incurred i~n bUild-
ing the plant and laying the inter-
cepting sewer line, it is understood.
The entire project, including most
of the details, will cost nearly a.
million dollars, board menbrs re-
ports.
The proposal to raise money for
the project by a bond issue will be
presented to the electorate in April.
1929, according to present plans df
the city authorities.

ent agency, it is revealed.There ITE SP A Ohio State: Numbering the
e also includedrbookkeepers, FORESTERS PLA bricks on Sixteenth Avenue, ieas-
retakers, proofreaders, chauf- FACULTY SEMINAR
-irs, janitors gardeners, readers_ _rmg haw many wiener lengths
the blind, companions, and nes- Faculty seminars will be held the campus walk is, or playing the
igers. each month in the Forestry school part of cannon with others as gun-
A full one-third of the registered to provide each member an oppor- ners, are some of the stunts per-
udent body is listed as self sus- tunity to present to the considera- formed by neophytes during "Hell
ining in whole or part, according tion of the rest of the faculty topicsW ,
Prof. Albert B. Crawford, direc- of professional interest. At the Week-_
r of the Yale bureau of appoint- same time all current literature on
eents. Last year this group earn- the subject presented will be re- Stanford University: A freshman
1 $594,187. A single student earn- view, prank, which pulled the trolley off
I more than $2,000 during the I its wire, so that it came in contact
st school year, and 17 men made pers select a subject from his par- with the telephone line, destryed
ore than $1,500. ber seld an sbet i r- 352 feet of 10-line._
A group of college agencies pros- ticular field and present it briefly. __
A general discussion will then fob __________..--_________
ered throughout the year. These low. Two hours will be devoted to
sed 273 students toearn $35,000 of these mee . All of te Mat ie
~i6each o tee etig.RlAE he
me b suei nt aeragies;d 3a rlyprofessors and instrucLors in the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
ich by selling neckties; and 33 or- school are scheduled to speak at
anized eating clubs which earned Today we give ur thoughts
a aggregate of $9,950. Waiting on to the men who foght in
able still holds good, and 528 men made good. the World War. They were
arned board this way which would Four hundred students have been men of action. So is
ave represented an outlay of promised places in the mail serv- WALLY WVAIES
121,584. Newspaper subscriptions ice at Christmas vacation. About -
'ere solicited by 10 men who earn- $20,000 will be paid them. Formerly "DESPERATE COURAGE"
d $1,201 for the worl. There were' the students had to go to New York
lso a number of students who sold for such positions but now the jobs Our Feature for.Today
aincoats, shoes, and furniture and are distributed in Yale.

time.ar minister of the Soviet Un-
on dw theoutstanding figure
in the pubic life of Russia, is
spending .hisdays in exile writ-
ing. his, memoirs. He is living a
quiet, secluded life near the bor-
ders of Chinese Turkestan with his
wife, two sons, and a secretary.

now.

itL casts5 On1y $4.UU.

BOX OFFICE OPENS MON., NOV. 12
AT WHITNEY THEATRE
for
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW'S
"THE DOCTOR'S DILEMMA"
Great Satirical Drama of the Medical Profession-
Opening the Ann Arbor Season
of The
THE NEW YO^RK
Distinguished Cast
ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
PRICES :-$1.50,$2.00, $2.50; Few at $3.00
AllTSeats Reserved
Tickets -for Thee Remaining Plays at

Lafayette at Wayne UadillU1
PRICES: BEGINNING
Wed. Mat. .75 to $1.50
Nights - $1.00 to $2.50 SUNDAY NI
Sat. Mat. $1.00 to $2.00 November 11
Direct from All-Year Run in New Yor k
ARTHUR HOPKINS presents r
MADGE KENNEDY
-IN-
"PARIS BOUNIY"
By Philip Barry--An Ultra-Modern Coniedy
"Rich in quality."-N. Y. Times
"Delicious, endearing comedy."--N. Y. Sun
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