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ve you noticed the
Books and Albums-

ME IINDIAT UNION 'ENTRANC ES'
rION OF HOUSE RUILE LEADS~

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TO DRJASTIC
" .ACTION.

in our window? There are some new
ones that are much better. Look them
over.
Hot Chocolate season is here.. The,
high quality of the chocolate that we
use is responsible for the excellence oft
the drink.

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State St.

o. University Ave.
kard St.

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Of 17 black degrees and 3 copying

Doormen have been stationed at
Union entrances recently in order to
keep non-members out of the build-
ing. Violation of the house rule, which
forbids any one to use the building
except meibers, has caus'ed this step.
to be taken by Union officials.
Lately a great many people, who are
not members and who could never be-
come members, have visited the, build-
ing at all hours, causing much incon-
venience to the members and officials.
Consequently, the doormen have been
empowered to stop any one and to re-
quest him to show a membership card.'
Doorkeeper Will Know Ken
George Huley, general secretary,
stated that within a few days the door-
keepers will know members who use
the building often. When he has been
on the job a little longer, he will prob-
ably speak to many of the men, stated
Hurley.
The house rule passed by the execu-
tive committee upon the matter.,is:
"Members must show their member-
ship cards or otherwise establish their
identity if requested to do so by the
doorman. This rule is made for self-
evident -reasons and members should
not be offended if asked to show their
cards."
"We want to .ask the co-operation
of every student member in, enforcing.
this rule," stated Hurley. "In the end
it will benefit the student, for he will
receive the service which 'would go to
the outsider. Showing one's card
should not offend any one, for it should
be a privilege to be a member of the
Union, as it is a thing which not any
one can become and the use of a mem-
bership card is the way to make this
possible."
W omen To Use the Side Door a
Women who use the building must
enter by the side entrance, as they will
not be allowed to go into the Union by
the main door. Even then they must
be accompanied by a. member or must
shoW a guest card. The only parts of
the building in which women will be
permitted is the assembly hall on Fri-,
day and Saturday nights, the tap room
between 11 and 12 o'clock on Friday
and Saturday nights, the ladies' dining"
room, the'women's reception room, and
one society room, which is 316.
When the house committee meets, it
is probable, that a time will be set
aside when members may show wo-
men through the entire building.

ABSENCES MUST BE REPORTED TO
CONNITTEE WITHIN
TWO WEEKS
Any student who does not report his
absences to the attendance committee
within two weeks of their occurrence
is assumed by the registrar's office
either to be unable to offer an. excuse
or else without a desire to do so, said
Registrar Arthur G. Hall, Friday in ex-
plaining attendance rules.
Punishment Given
At the end of the semester., according
to Registrar Hall, a list is made of
those having an undue number of ab-
sences unexcused, and punishment
usually consists of declaring the stu-
dent ineligible for student activities.
This is simply a verbal order and is not
sent to the student's parents. In more
severe cases the penalty imposed is to
put the student on actual probation,
and' final punishment is to deduct
credit, as was done in some cases last
semester.
"The matter of deducting credit de-
pends largely on the student", said
Registrar Hall. "In the case ofa poor
student, the punishment for absences,
is simply combined with that for low
scholarship. There may be no other
way to get at a good student, how-
ever, than by one of these punishments,
and we occasionally have had to deduct
credit from A and B students.
"Every student has a double duty
to perform, as he should explain his
absences to the University and to his
instructors"
Must Explain Absences
The rules now governing absences
are as follows:
All absences should' be explained to
the committee on attendance within
one week. Every absence not ex/
plained withiji two weeks will be
marked unexcused. Absences pending
adjustment for more than one week
wil be marked unexeused.
Each absence on the day immedi-
ately preceding or following .a vacation
or holiday shall be counted as three.
Excessive absence shall render the
student liable to prohibition from par-
ticipation in public activities or to a
reduction in general credit for the
semester.
Willful disregard of summons from
the attendance committee or the dean
shall render the offender liable to
suspension.

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or tsmall.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $550,000.00
Resources .........$4,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron.
707 North Universitr Ave.

Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

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Hill Audiorium, Monday, 0 P.M. Nov.17

DETROIT SYMPHONY. ORCHESTRA
MR. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Conductor
MRS. GEORGE B. RHEAD, Piano Soloist

TICKETS-$1.00, $1.50, $2.00; a few

still available at $4.50 and $5.00.

On sale at

School o Music.

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but Always
PERFECT
in every degree'

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Ave.--D1

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A. D. Jamison, '10, Speaks to Scouts
,A. Douglas .Jamison, '10, executive
of the Boy Scouts of America, spoke on
the needs of the younger generation at
the weekly luncheon of the Detroit
University of Michigan club Wednes-
day at the Cadillac hotel.

NERGINE

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