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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1920.

Number 18

'ENIAN NOTICE
All organization heads should
call at the Michiganensian offlce
in Press building, between 2 and
4 o'clock any day this week and
sign contracts. To insure space
this should be done at once.
Fraternities and sororities are
are requested to sign and re-
turn contracts immediately.

e to All Freshmen in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
'he second of the Talks to Freshmen by President Burton, will be
i in Hill auditorium on Ionday, Oct. 5, at 4 p. m. Attendance upon,
talks will have priority over all other University engagements.
or Eigineers:
)ue to delay in the class elections the new officers will be unable to
de at the, assembly called for Oct. 26. The first assembly of the
will 1 erefor be held in Room 348, Engineering building, at 10
ck on -fluesday, Nov. 2, instead of the date previously announced.
A. EH. LOVELL,
Junior Mentor.
neering English:
Ll Foreign students it: English 1 will meet Mr.. ten Hoor, Tuesday,
p. m. in room 28, to organize a class in conversational English.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.

PASSENGER AGENT TO GIVE come to the city Saturday to confer duction which has been requested.
DECISION ON RATE TO OHIO with Union officials in regard to the
special train to the Ohio State game For live progressive up-to-date ad-
E. W. Wells, travelling passenger November 6. Definite decision will be #ertising use The Michigan Daily.-
agent of the Ann Arbor railroad, will given at this time about the fare re- Adv.

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Just Received
Cross'.Shorter is tory of -Englnd and Greater
B ritain. Pargment's Exercises li-ancais Part L.
r Jroulten 's Principles of Ba nking

Ube the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily to reach the best of
Ann Arbor's buyers.-Adv.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

WAHR'S

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORES

4'.

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B 173, New Science building.
R. W. SELLARS.

We Carry Complete Lines of
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ore for Dunne. Hllst;oMQ punts
icgigan'sa1'2-yard line.
Aketee kicks to Mibhigan's, 44-yard
on'the frst'down. Ralph Fletcher'
a four ,through right tackle.
oghits line for three. Ralph
her makes firstdown. Ball on
igan's 33-yard line. Crangle held
-yard gain. Van Orden for Gil -
Ralph Flteth1 topped on line
~e.
3,lquist throwi for loss on long
run by Cappon. Hellstrom punts
Michigan goal line. Michigan's
on 20-yard line. Perrin goes
igh line for 27 yards. 'Illinois
lizek 15' yards for tripping. Usher
Perrin lose on line plunges. End
arter. Score: Michigan, 6; Ul-
7.
Fourth Quarter
Li on Illinois' 44-yard line. Dunne
ilson. Perrin makes three yards,
gh left tackle. Jack Dumi missed
it from the 50-yard linle by a few
Crangle makes two'yards through
Fletcher adds two more. Crangle
a three through center. Hell-,
i kicks outside on Michigan's 30-
line.
ketee makes eight yards around
end. Perrin loses two. Usher
les a but Goetz recovers. , First
for Michigan. Perrin held for no
Usher goes through line for first
. Ball on Illinois' 46-yard line.
n iakes three yart& on wide end
Usher loses one. Perrin unable
in.
ketee fails to make place kick
50-yar'd line. Illinois ball on 22-

WHAT'S GOiNG oN
S&NDAY
9 130 a. m-University Men's Bible
class meets in Upper room, Lane
hall.
12:00 - University Religious forum'
meets at the Congregational.church.
.Secy. Thomas"S. Evans presides and
Prof. A. Franklin Shull leads the
discussion on "Heredity and Re-
sponsibility."
3:0-School of Music complimentary
concert in Hill auditorium. Publi
invited.
d:30-Menorah society holds impor-
tant meeting in Lane hall.
4:30-Student Volunteers hold social
meeting in Upper room, Lane hall.
5:80--Student "Volunteers hold social
half hour.
5:45-Social half hour at the Unitar-
ian guild hall.
6:00 - Wesleyan guild meets^ at
Methodist church. No social half
hour be a4se of Union services..
6:00-Social half hour at Baptist
guild. Devotional meeting at 6:30.
7:00 - President Marion L. Burton
speaks a't Union services for entire
student body at Hill auditorium.
7:00-Varsity band meets at the Un-
ion. Dress in civilian clothes.
7-:00-Jewish ,students will not meet
tonight on account of Union services.
MONDAY
4:00-Prof. J. E. Brumm talks to girls
intending to write manuscripts for
Junior Girls' play at Barbour gym-
nasium.
7:00-All Republicans meet in front
of the Union to form torchlight pro-
cession to march to the meeting at
the Whitney theater.
7:30-Varsity basketball practice a
Waterman gymnasium.
TUESDAY
6:00-Ferris Institute club dinner in
rooms 318-320, Union.
6:15-Tan Beta Pi dinner in room
319, Union.
7:00--Cabinet club meets at the Un-
ion. All former members are ex-
pected to be present.
7:15-Erie club meets in room 304,
Union.-
7:15-Triangles meet in room $02,
Union.
7:30-Web and Flange meet in room
321, Union.
7:30-Dixie club meets in room 325,
Union.
7:30-Adelphi Hose of Representa-
. tives meets in University hall.
7:30-Mt. Clemens club meets in board
room, Lane hall.,
7:30-Kalamazoo Normal club meets
in Lane hail.
7 :45-Former members of the seventh
andt eighth divisions of Naval militia
meet in room 306, Union.
U-NOTICES
Tryouts for the Mandolin club will
be held at 7 o'clock Monday and
Tuesday evenings in the Music room
of the Union.

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e hits line for six yards.
kes first down.

gain.
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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY

Screen:
Ajestic -- Wallace Reid in
"What's Your Hurry?" Mack,
Sennett comedy, ,Don't Weak-
en." Topics and Paramount,

Inxtra Special

de - "It's ia Great Life."
ie Prohibition Monkey,"
eanother comedy.
th-Mary Miles Minter in
feet Lavender." Fox News
1a Sunshine comedy.
Bum-"Captain Swift" with
S'Wiliams: Also a com-
,.A ParcelsPost Husbhnd,",

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Polychrome Candlesticks with
Candles.- - ..PerPair

Oratorical Association Lecture Course

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WILL BE OPENED "Y

WILLIAM

JENNINGS

BRYAN

S WEEK

Stage
(Detroit)- The A. H.
musical comedy, "The
i the Limousine."
(Detroit)-"The Green-
illage Follies," with the-
i1 New York east,

Saturday November 6

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HISTORY PROFESSOR RETURNS
FROM SOUTH AMERICAN TRIP
W. L. Schurz, formerly assistant
professor of Latin-American History
in the University, is spending a few
days in Ann Arbor 'after having been
in South America for two years as
trade commissioner of the depart-

WM. JENNINGS BRYAN
NG POON CHEW
ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
GOY. HENRY J. ALLEN
LELAND POWERS

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HILL AUDITORIUM

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JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS
STEPHEN LEACOCK
RABBI STEPHEN S. WISE
EMELINE PANKHURST
VICE-PRES. THOS. R. MARSHAL t

ssors and'
ley Bldg.
portunity

Instructors.
& savings
for ;invest-

Single Admission

$1.00

.00 or more monthly with
sults 'and absolute safe- ment of commerce. Most of the
v years you wijl have a time he spent in Peru and Paraguay.
cumulated . which will be Mr. Schurz expects to leave early
Qur- association never in the week for Washington, where
)n 6 per cent dividends, he is to be stationed until next Jan-
rawn before maturity any
r cent from, date of in- uary. At that time he will leave for
onies pIaced with us, not Rio de Janiero, Brazil. He is plan-
not fail to look this up. J .iirg to return to his work in the
ou. Win. L. Walz, Pres., University -after a further stay Hof a
year or two in South America.

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Advance Sale of Season Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's
Season Tickets, General Admission, (for 10 Lectures) $2.50
Season Tickets, Reserved Section ......... .. . ..$8.00
RESERVT SECTION TICKETS LIMITED

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