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.Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Oratorical
Association

Just Received

LULL'S ORGANIC EVOLUTION, RIPLEY'S "TRUSTS, POOLS AND CORPOR-
ATIONS," MACDONALD'S DOCUMENTARY SOURCE BOOK, ROWE'S
COST ACCOUNTING.

SATURDAY, OCTOBER $0, 1920.

Number 23

Members of the Universityi
1 Friday afternoon, Nov. 5, at 4 o'clock, in Hill auditorium, Mr. Charles
rnham, attorney of St. Paul, Minnesota, will deliver an address upon
bject, "Theodore Roosevelt." All lovers of Mr. Roosevelt will feel that
ave made a very wise use of the hour if they hear this lecture. I have
heard snything which has appealed more to both Faculty and stu-
than this address. It abounds in fresh material presented in a most,
ting and attractive fashion. The lecture is free and is open to the
Mr. Farnham deserves a large and representative audience.
M. L. BURTON, President.
Members of the University:
a meeting of the Senate Council held on Oct. 26 it was unanimously
to set aside the afternoon of Armistice Day, Nov. 11, as a half holi-
r the entire University. This action was taken in response to a re-
!rom the representatives of the military organizations on the campus.
order to avoid any possible misunderstanding, it should be stated
ly that Election Day, Nov. 2, will not be a University holiday. ,This
en the custom of the University for many years.
M. L. BURTON, President.
I University clocks will be set back one hour at 2 a. m. Sunday, Oct.
ilversity exercises on Sunday, Oct. 31, and thereafter will conform
ral standard time, the present "railroad time," until further notice.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary of the University.
to Freshmen of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
e third of President's Burton's Talks to Freshmen will be given in
iditorium on Monday, Nov. 1, at 4 p. m. Attendance at these talks will
riority over all other University engagements.
ering English:t
reign students in Engl4sh will meet hereafter on Monday and Wed-
at 6:30 p. m. in Room 206, University Hall, for their class in Conver-
l English. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
I League Debate Tryouts:
,didates for places on debating teams, not members of Literary
es, will have an independent try-out Saturday morning, Oct. 30, at8
in room 302 Mason hall. Speeches limited to eight minutes.
RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
uring this week-end there will be a display of many kinds
enhouse chrysanthemums at. the Botanical Gardens of 'the Univer-
The gardens are located on Packard. Road, just beyond the city
ind can be reached by the Packard-Huron car. They are open to the
free of charge, during daylight hours, including Sundays."
H. H. BARTLETT,
Director of the Botanical Gardens.
sity Men:
Le special health' lecture which has been given 'annually by Dr. A~ S.
in to University men for over twenty-five years, will begiven Mon-
Dv. 1, at 7:30 p. m. in Hill auditorium. Illustrated.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE.

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XS GOING ON
SATURDAY
r Room Bible class meets
Room, Lane hall.
idates for soph lit footial
t in room 302, Union.
we'en social of the Young'
society of the Presbyterian
a the church parlors. All
welcome.
amen club meets at the
temple. All masons in-

party at Unitarian

application for vocational training
or compensation, see Gordon Gale..
'23L, 604 Oakland avenue, between
11 and 12 o'clock any Saturday.
Varsity band meets in front of Untrer.
sity hail at 2:45 o'elock today.
CASUALTIES STILL FIGURE IN
INTERFRATERNITY FOOTBALL
Play in the interfraternity football
tournament yesterday resulted in vic-
tories for the elevens representing Al-
pha Sigma Phi, Theta Chi and Nu
Sigma Nu. Eades and McGregor were
big ground gainers for Alpha Sigs and
it was their work which enabled Al-
pha Sigma Phi to win a hard fought
game from S. A. E. 13 to 0. i
Nu Sigmas Nu defeated Theta Delta
Chi 27 to 14. The doctors made most
of 'their scores in the early. part of
the game.
Theta Chi won from Kappa Beta Psi.
41 to 0 in a game marked by accu-
rate passing and long end runs by1
the victor.
Phi Gamma Delta and D. U. play
this morning. Monday's schedule is:
Phi Chi vs. Phi Sigma Delta; Sigma
Phi Epsilon vs. Phi Kappa Sigma,
Beta Theta Pi vs. Kappa Sigma.
Benson of the S. A. R.teamtwas re-
ported as still unconscious at a ,late
hour last night.
AL TAYLOR LOSES MATCH
TO NATIONAL CHAMPION

.ELAND POWERS

Recitalist
Subjects "Monsieur Beaucaire"
-TARKINGTON

6 JANUARY -, 1991

JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS

5 DECEMBER 18

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about the large number of her
cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time d"she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE,"replied the Lioness
~ t's a LION!"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MUR ADS would be lower
pnced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown -
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS
they'd only be Foxes!
,Judge for Yourself-!
We call special attehtion
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxer
Makrs othe gtey V Ta~rtz7~ish
and Egyptton (igan Ms in the %Wrn'
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7 JANUARY 22

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STEPHEN LEACOCK
Canadian Humorist

SUNDAY
.-University
ets in Upper

Subject: "Literary Follies of the Day"

Men's
Room,

Bible
Lane

- University Religious forum
s at Congregational church.
Social half hour at the Meth.
church.
Wesleyan guild of the Methodist
ch meets. Leon Grubach' leads.
fen's Service committee of the
rt guild meets in Harris hall.
Vesper choral at Congregation-
lurch. Rev. Douglas will speak:
als Carved in a Table-top,"
the choir will render several
bers.
Philip F. Waterman addresses
sh Students' congregation in
hall.
U-NOTICES
Notice-Those working next
on the subscription, campaign
fnd the time and place they are
ork on schedule posted on bust-
office bulletin board.
C. Spillman, educational di
r of the Remington Typewrter
any, will deliver the Wesleyan
lecture at the Methodist
ch at 7:30 o'clock Sunday even-
His subject is.: "Twice Born
. R. AYison, M. D., of the Sev.
e Union Medical college of
, Korea, will lead the discus-
at the University Religious for-
t 12:10 o'clock Sunday at Con-
tional church. His subject
be: "Modern Christian Think-
a Korea."
,s*e. nen wishing tn make

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Subject: "Amercani on, True and
False"

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9 FEBRUARY 18

Inability to maintain a furious pace
set in his first few innings, cost Al
Taylor his exhibition 18.2 balk line
billiard match with Percy Collins of
Chicago, national amateur champion,
at the Union billiard room last night
by a score of 350 to, 264. Sensational
shots by both players elicited round
after round of applause from the
large body of spectators.
Collins wassunableto attain his
regular form in the first half of the
match and struggled weakly along at-
tempting to overcome the bad breaks
that were his share, while Taylor
was piling up a score that seemed to
be insurmountable. It was not till
the last eight innings that the cham-
pion was able to pass Taylor.
Collins' average for the 24 Innings
of play was 15; Taylor's poor finish
dragged his average down to 11, al-
though he did get the high score by
amassing a total of 77 in one round
at the table.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

EMELINE PANKHURST
Subject: "The Woman Voter Vs.
Bolshevism"

Economy of Cafeteria service
bles us to serve "at low prices.

ena-

B E H O
How Large

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a Fire

C. J. FINGERLE.

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10 MARCH 10

THOS. R MARSHALL
Vice-President of the United States
Subject: "National Tendencies"

the small match kindleth -Yea, I
an exceeding great fire - and
know, oh man, that even the hum-
ble waste paper basket beneath
your table costs more, yea much
more than $100 worth of FIRE
INSURANCE: and that after
the fire that $100 does comfort
with an exceeding great Comfort.

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