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scoun-
ulearda proposition before they buy any of
leadits bonds, so a man is quite safe in
me illbuying bonds advertised by reliable
Satuwil brokers. Steer clear of assessment
tur-n bonds though. If you buy municipal
in the bonds, and the proposition fails you
nd fur- can bring suit against the municipality
ll-and- .which issued them, but assessment
bonds such as road district bonds
fortheand irrigation bonds have n1othing be-
be he hind them but the small a'iount of
Fe heday land assessed for development."
Frdy Mr. Boudemann will talk on
ywil"Stocks" this afternoon at 4 o'clock
allsow in room B of the Law building.
contest
CERCLE FRANCAIS LECTURES
chedule WILL BEGIN NOVEMBER 19
dera'ble
in gen- Cercle Francais lecture series will
on will begin Nov. 19, instead of the Cercle
which Frandais entertainments as was an-
in No- nounced in The Daily a short time
anim u- ago. The speaker at tl e first lecture
g Ten will be Prof. R. Talainon. of the
eloping 'French department.
It. Associate membership ticekts will
admit holders to the lectures as well
ally. as to the entertainments.

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WEDNESDAY*
1 :10-Geology class 25A meets at cr-=a
ner of Packard and State to go on 4A
trip to River Rouge. Special cars i- u
3.830-Soph Uit football practice on Fer-.
ry field.
3:8 :-Senior engineer football practice' CLOTHES FOR YOUNG MvEN
on south end Ferry field.
4:00-Dallas Boudemann lectures on. AND ,M AN'W H O S3TAY YO UN G
"Investments" in room B Law build- =
ing. °
4 :1"i-Juor engineers football prac- -
tie;on Ferry field. --
4:30-All-Law team repot for 11ac - E rya 3 _"..
tice at south end Ferry field. = { r rr .
7:400-Students interested in Zionism . y-
meet at Lane hal to organize. C >.-
'7:00-- lee and Mandolin club ex-
ecutive committee meet in office1
room 328, Natural Science building.'',
7 :00 -Frleshien Interested in forma-
tion of a Freshman Mandolin club .
meet in Lane hall,.. .I =
7:00-Varsity band practice In Univer-' =
sity hall. Bring music racks. Open}
~to public.
7 :15-Coinmerce club meet~ in room r
i i
306, Union.
7 :15--Student council meeting on third I --' "' Nrf
floor, of Union. r rr l+i"$ a rr
7 :15-Interfraternity stewards met- ' = r: =,' ,'
ing on third floor of Union. , ~~4
'15--Religious euainclass g- r rt s ' 1 i-
in Harris hall. Rev. C. T. Webb I -__ i ~
starts course of lectures on "Mod-ir k >e l
ern Methods of Religious Educa- !
7:34-New England club meets in Lane=rrr*
hall' -.;
7:30-Forestry club meets in club =
rooms, Natural Science building. rif_
8 :00-Italainazoo Normal club meets- *,W:J.... ..
in Lane hall. . .........fr-.... 1, . ' j. *r.ai.rr .. . . s .., r.: ".r IaF~
THURSDAY
4:40--Dallas Boudemann lecture on
"Investments" In room B Law build-
. 15-Copper oulntry students mfeet
:8-All-Law smoker In Union.1
-T "Society Brand st le, lke a"trian glek
FRIDAY_ °.
4:00-Dallas Boudemann lectures on has thee ependent sds atrcie pers woven
"Investments" in room B Law build- -Mnt
7ns no finie all-wool fabrics, the smart desig of the model,
:34 Alpha Nu Debating society meetsth talrn ofhec te.
in club rooms in University hall.th talr gof hec tes
7 :30-Cosmopolitan, club meets In En. e,
ivei'ity haill. Each side is perfectly developed to meet the other two;
SATUDAYthat'swh the effect isa finished whTole. /
2:30-Vursity football game.. Mich=-, "r
igan vs. Ohio State at Perry field. nad,5CEYA'DLT5jmie
LOCAL CHINESE STUDENTS+ Chicago New York Montreal '
GIVEN IMPORTANT OFFICES
Several members of the University w'' rf(I
Chinese students' club were elected 7 m,~ $ /5
dents allance during 'their recent con- .'t - @ D..
ference. T. C. Li, '20, president of '
the local chiaptef, was elected treas- . ..
urer; K. H. 'Wu,, '21E, editor of the
~monthly and quarterly pulications;
H. C . Tung and F. C. Lin, '21L, coun- '
%lmen. Four representatives to 'il.e
Mid-west section were also elected f/".
from the Michigan club.
ADVANCED DANCING GLASS _ Next to Wuerth Theater 322-324 SOUTH MAIN STREE"T
Monday evening the first lesson of
the advanced dancing class was held41.
in the old Union building with an at-
tendance of eighty-four UniversityTh m1
men and women there being an equal W eLead.T e e All At The-K Only
number of each. The limit set fbr the

enrollment is one hundred, which will
permit eight more men* and eight more
Thmen seondsoinsatstnihtu'der t s Supply Settor
wh om n d o ssonsat oih
promptly at 7 P. M., and those wishing+
to enroll will have a last opportunity. Every thing a Student needs e save you money
Particulars concerning either the ad-
vanced of beginners class may be ob- PRONE 1160R 1111 So. Univers ity Ave.
tained by calling 1666-J.-Adv._________________________________________________

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