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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETI N
Volume I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER b, 1920. Number 28.

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Public Lecture Today:
This afternoon, Nov. 5, at 4 o'clock, in Hill auditorium, Mr. Charles
W. Farnham, attorney of St. Paul, Minnesota, will deliver an address upon
the subject, "Theodore Roosevelt." All lovers of Mr. Roosevelt will feel that
they have made a very wise use of the hour if they hear this lecture. I have
rarely heard anything which has appealed more to both Faculty and stu-
dents than this address. It abounds in fresh material presented in a most
interesting and attractive fashion. The lecture is free and is open to the
public. Mr. Farnham deserves a large and representative audience.
M. L. BURTON, President.
Notice to Law, Medical, and Dental Senior Students-Law School Lectures
on Medical Jurisprudence:
Mr. Clarence A. Lightner was unable to give the second lecture in this
course, on Tuesday of the present week. Hereafter the lectures will begin
e at 3:45 o'clock on Monday of each week in Room B of the Law building
until the series is completed. H. M. BATES, Dean.
Surveying Students:
Both curve and traverse work, course one, surveying, will begin on
Monday, Nov. 8. Those students who have completed course four and now
desire credit in course one, or who have partial credit in course one, and
who need one or both of these subjects to complete course one, will report
at Room 108, Tappan hall, 1 o'clock, Nov. 8.
C. T. JOHNSTON.
Students of Engineering:.
The Detroit Section of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
extends to the students of the College of Engineering - particularly those
in mechanical engineering-an invitation to attend a meeting to be held
at 8 o'clock (Detroit time) Friday, Nov. 5, at the Detroit Board of Com-
merce. Henry M. Leland, Doc. Eng. (Michigan), one of the pioneers in the
automobile industry and a dominant figure in the profession, is the speaker
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE, A. S. M. E.
John C. Parker.

Massachusetts Aggies to Have Union
Mr. Ralph J. Watts, secretary of the
Massachusetts Agricultural college at1
Amherst, has been here lately look-
ing at the Michigan Union and get-
ting suggestions preparatory to the
erection of a similar building at Am-
herst. The college now has an en-
dowment of $150,000 for a structure
of this sort.
Other students are going to be ready
to step into good positions because
they are taking our course. You will
regret it if you do not enroll in some
one of our classes which begin next
Tuesday. School of Shorthand, 711
N. Univ. Ave.---Adv.
Dance tonight-Packard-Diamond's
Orchestra.-Adv.

KAUFFMAN MAKES STUDY OF parts of the country making similar
PLANT DISEASES IN COLORADO collections.
Prof. C. H. Kauffman, aided by F. '22E Elects Hop Committeemen
B. Cotner and E. V. Baxter, assistant Elections for J-Hop committeemen
Isy tfrom the junior engineers resulted in
instrctor in otan, spnt te mo ti e following yesterday: A. L. May,
of September in the higher altitudes. E. H. Fox, A. B. Stauffer.
of the Colorado mountains studying
plant and forest diseases. A collec- Learn Gregg Shorthand-the system
tion was made of various specimens sost universally taught and written.
of fungi found there. ]earn it at the school that has al-
rof.n foun thbe n n'ays taught it. HAMILTON BUSI-
Prof. Kauffman has been in different NTESS COLLEGlE.-Adv.

OUR SODAS
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WHAT'S GOING ON

FRIDAY
12:00 - Chimes luncheon, room 319;
Union.
12:15 - Law faculty luncheon, room
133, Union.
4:0--Charles W. Farnham, St. Paul,
will speak on Theodore Roosevelt,
Hill auditorium.
7:00-AlI Polish students requested to
meet in Lane hall.
7:00 - Women's Cosmopolitan club
meets, room 203. University hall.
7:30-Soccer meeting, room 302, Un-
ion.
7:30-Band Bounce, Hill auditorium.
7:30 - Hallowe'en party at Baptist
Guild house.

DAILY SUBSCRIPTIONS DUE
All Michigan Daily subscrip-
tions should now be paid. Those
who are now getting The Daily
who have not paid the $3.50 rate
by Nov. 10, will be charged $4.00
for their subscriptions. Please
either mail checks to The Mich-
igan Daily office, Press building,
or call in person.
EXTEND TIME ON QUALIFYING
ROUND OF GOLF TOURNAMENT
Time for the final qualifying round
of the fall golf tournament has been
extended to Sunday evening, Nov. 7,
according to Allan L. Welch, '22E, who
is in charge of the tournament. Scores
of play must be handed in either to
Welch or the Athletic office.
The tournament is open to any stu-
dent on the campus, since all eligibil-
ity rules have been abolished for the
time being. It is expected that this
fact will swell the number of entries.
PRESIDENT-ELECT RECEIVES
GREATEST VOTE IN HISTORY

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SATURDAY
.6 :0-Baptistguild hike and break-
fast, weather permitting.
7:0-Student special leaves Ann Ar-
bor station for Ohio State.
8:00 - First elimination tryouts for
Central League debating team, 302
Mason hall.
11:30-Cerele Francais picture to be
taken for Michiganensian at Sped-
ding's studio, East Liberty street.
2:00- Catholic Student club dance,
Assembly hall, Union.
7:30 - Craftsmen's club will confer
third degree at Masonic temple, cor-
ner Huron and Main streets.
-8:00-W. J. Bryan lectures at Hill au-
ditorium.
9:00-Fresh engineers dance at Un-
Ion.
U-NOTICES
All Marines are urged by the president
of the Marine club to send home at
once for their uniforms in order that
they may use them in the Armistice
day parade.
The Richard N. Hall post, No 442,
will hold a banquet at the Michigan
Union on Armistice night, Nov. 11.
Tickets will be on sale at the Un-
ion and at Graham's. Reservations
may be made by phoning 2444-J.
SOCCER TEAM CHOSEN TO PLAY
AGAINST M. A. C. SATURDAY

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(Continued from Page One)
In the house contests the Repub-
lican sweep gave Ohio an almost
solid Republicandelegation, only one
district being in doubt. In this, the
home state of Senator Harding and,
Governor Cox, the Republicans gained
and the Democrats lost 8 seats. In
Missouri the Republicans gained an-
other block of 8.
Among the members whose election
was reported definitely tonight was
Republican Vollstead of Minnesota,
author of the Vollstead prohibition
enforcement act and chairman of the
house judiciary committee, a posit-ion
he is scheduled to retain.

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MEDICS TO CAST BALLOTS
TODAY; DENTS TO VOTE

ALSO;

Michigan will play M. A. C. in soc-
er Saturday at Lansing and the fol-,
owing men have been chosen to rep-
esent the Maize and Blue: Van Reen-j
n, Vander Meulen, Brown, Theunis-
en, Tsai, Broderyk, Sanchez, G. Dy-
son, Merry, D. Gray, B. Gray, Sam-
els, and C. D. Dyason.
These men must report at the Delta
t the corner of State and Packard
reets by 7:30 o'clock Saturday morn-
tg. Men, who have not as yet secur-
I suits should report to Coach Mitch-
.1 at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon at
te Ferry field clubhouse.
The squad will meet at 7:30 o'clock
night in room 302 of the Union.
thers interested in soccer may attend
is meeting.

(Continued from Pagd One)
R. Forgenson; secretary, Isla de El-
zinga; treasurer, J. B. Stone.
Sophomore officers will be selected
from the following: president, Wm.
Davis, Walter Simpson; vice-presi-
dent, John Labadie, H. Smith; secre-
tary, Ruth Stone; treasurer, C. W.
Brady, Geo. Stimson.
First year nominees are: for
president, L. Bates, Henry Greenfield;
vice-president, Winifred Biethen, E.
Kahn; secretary, R. S. Breakey, H.
K. Schillinger; treasurer, L. A. Brun-
strung, W. H. Mast.

ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE 10 Numbers

Tomorrow Night

Single Admission .*

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Course

Tickets ...

$2.50

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To Send Chicago Tickets Next Week
Tickets for the Chicago game will be
sent out to students some time the
beginning of next week, according to
P. G. Bartelme, director of athletics.
in a statement issued Thursday after-
noon. On account of the great de-
mand for student and alumni tickets

BOX OFFICE OPEN AT 7 P. M.

I worK on the distribution has been
STUDENTS - Learn stenography somewhat hampered.
uring your spare time. It may be a
tepping-stone to a successful future. Fresh Football Squad Eats, Orates
'lasses begin next .Tuesday. School iC oaoMthalrSqandmoeatsnOrates
f Shorthand, 711 N. Univ. Ave.-Adv. Coach Mather and more than 50 of
his fresh football huskies held their'
We teach Pitman and Gregg Short banquet last evening at the Union. The
and, Bookkeeping, Typewriting, and, coach, as well as Captain Harry Kipke
enmanship. See us about our cours- and several others gave short speech-
s. School of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ.
ve.-Adv. es.

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SENATOR BEVERIDGE
GOVERNOR ALLEN
STEPHEN LEACOCK
J. HAMILTON LEWIS
STEBHEN S. WISE

EMELINE PANKHURST
LELAND T. POWERS
NG P0ON CHEW
VICE-PRESIDENT MARSHALL

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