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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

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A OFFCIAL BULLETIN

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Volume I

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1920.

Number 30.

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will le a. meeting of the Faculty at 4:30 p. m. Monday, Nov. 8,
in Room 206, University Hall (second floor, north end).
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Freshmen in Literature. Science, and the Arts:
President Burton will talk to all Freshmen in the Hill auditorium to-
morrow, Nov. 8, at 4 p. m. All Freshmen should attend this meeting as
it is given preferenec over all other University duties.
University Hospital Staff:
The regular monthly meeting of the Staff will be held at the Michi-
gan Union, Room 306, at 7:30 p. m., of Monday, Nov. 8.
JAMES G. VAN ZWALUWENBURG, Secretary.
Graduate StuRents-Address by President Burton:
On Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p. m., graduate students, both men and women,
interested in organization of the Graduate club for 1920-21, will meet at
the Union in Room 316. Officers will be chosen and plans for the year
discussed. , Prompt and large attendance is desirable.
At 7:30 p. m. President Burton will speak and an informal reception
will follow the address.
ALFRED H. LLOYD, Dean.
The second Hygiene lecture will be held in Barbour gymnasium. on
Tuesday, Nov. 9 ,at 4 o'clock. Freshmen and entering Sophomores are
required to attend. MARION 0. WOOD, Director.
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, wM report
at Room 108, Tappan hall, 1 o'clock, Nov. 8.
C. T. JOHNSTON.
Prospectiv Teachers, Seniors and Graduate Students:
The Appointment Committee will hold its regular enrollment for this
.year Wednesday, Nov. 10, at 4 o'clock in Room 203, Tappan hall. All those
who desire a teaching position for February or September should enroll
at this time. This includes seniors, graduate students and undergraduates
who find it necessary to take a position before completing their work. The
majority of calls received come from high schools but of the 1,299 calls
received since January 1, 1920, 226 were from colleges and universities and
29 were from normal schools.
While the Appointment Committee is maintained primarily to assist
those desiring to teach it is also willing to help others if possible. Each
year a few requests come for secretaries, librarians, etc. People desiring
to enroll for the sake of having their records on file for reference are very
welcome to do so at this time.
Registration at the time of the regular enrollment is free but a fee of
one dollar is required for late registration.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Mathematical Club:
A regular meeting of the club will be held in Room 401, Mason hall,
at 8 p. mon Tuesday, Nov. 9. Consideration of questions relating to the
mathematics library will be special order business. Professor Running
will present "A Graphical Solution of the Biquadratic Equation."
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.

Screen
Majestlc-Lionel Barrymore in
"The Master Mind." Also "The
Big Show," a Christie comedy
and Topics.
Arcade- "Revenge of Tarzan,"
and a comedy, "Oh Man."
Wuerth- "Trumpet Island," a
Tom Terris production. "Who's
Your Grocer," a Hank Mann
comedy, and Fox News.
Orpheum-Bert Lytell in "Lom-
bardi, Ltd." Also a comic
classic and Fox News.
THIS WEEK

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORES

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Just Received
Shipment, of
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113 E. Liberty Street
Ann Arbor Michigan

FIRST CHURCH
-- -
Rev. Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Pastor
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1920 E
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MUSIC FOR THE DAY
Morning Service - Organ Prelude: "In the Morning" (Grieg), Mr.
Leonard Brooks, Organist; "The Lord Is My Light" (Speaks),
the chorus; "People Victorious" (from Hora Novissima) (Parker),
solo by Miss Howe, "Toccata in D Minor" (Bach), Mr. Brooks.
Evening Service - "O Light Divine" (Kastaksky), the chorus; "Abide
with Me" (Beall), duet by Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler. =
Soloists - Mrs. William Wheeler, soprano, Miss Doris Howe, con-
tralto, Mr. William Wheeler, tenor and director, Mr. Frank L.
Thomas, baritone. Mr. Leonard Brooks, Organist.
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Stage
At the Whitney
Sundy-Fritzi Scheff, the fam-
ous musical comedy star, in
the musical comedy, "Glori-
anna."
Garrick (Detroit)-Nora Bayes
playing in that Weeks-Simons
musical play, "Her Family
Tree."
Shubert (Detroit)- "Aphrodite"
the Comstock-Morris produc-
tion which was the sensation
of the season in Paris, New
York, and Chicago.
Dr. Novy Given LL.D. by Ohio College
At the Centennial celebration of the
University of Cincinnati yesterday,
the honorary degree of LL.D. was con-
ferred upon Dr. F. G. Novy of the
Michigan Medical college. Dr. C. E.
Parnall, representing the University
hospital, also was at the celebration,
which was attended by many prom-
inent men, including the ambassador
from Great Britain, who was the guest
of honor.
THE
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Is organizing classes to
teach the handling of
local and Long Distance
Calls. The work is partic-
ularly interesting as it
consists of completing
calls not only within the
city, but to many other
cities in Michigan and
other states.
THE
SALARIES ARE ATTRACTIVE
Information concerning
these classes
can be secured at
The Telephone Office
$35 REWARDeI

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TO OHIO STATE
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igan's 44 yard line. 8 minutes to!
play. Ohio's penalized 2 yards taking
time out. C. Taylor hit left tackle
for 3 yards. Bliss then gained 5
yards through right tackle. Ball on
Michigan 38 yard line. Wiper made
1. Bliss punted, was blocked and
recovered by Bliss on his own 40 yard
line. State's ball on their own 38
yard line. Bliss lost 1. Taylor fail-
ed to gain. Bliss punted 45 yards to
Dunn, who let the ball roll to his 14
yard line.
Michigan's ball on their 14 yard
line. Perrin lost 2 yards. Banks re-
places Dunn at quarter for Michigan.
On a delayed pass, Banks to Perrin,
3 yards lost. Steketee punted 40
yards to Stinchcomb on his 46 yard
line. 3 minutes to. play. C. Taylor
failed to gain on a center buck. Bliss
lost 4 yards on a fake punt formation.
Stinchcomb sneaked through center
for 5 yards. Bliss punted to Perrin
on his 10 yard line, .andhereturned
to his'17 yard line. Banks then lost
1 yard, on end run. Michigan ball
on their own 16 yard line.
Game ended there.
Final score-Ohio State 14, Michi-
ganY7.
YESTERDAY 'S GAMES

WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
9:30 - University Men's Bible class
meets in Upper Room, Lane hall.
11:50--Baptist Student guild meets.
6:00 - Baptist Student guild social
and devotional meeting.
6:00-Social half hour at the Method-
ist church.
6:30 -- Wesleyan guild meets. Miss
Ellen Moore, student director, will
lead.
7:30-J. A. Vance, pastor First Pres-
byterian church of Detroit, will
speak at the Methodist church. Sub-
ject, "Twentieth Century Christ."
MONDAY
4:00.-- President Burton will address
freshmen of the literary college in
Hill auditorium.
5:00--Meeting of all first year men of
the literary college in Hill auditor-
ium following President Burton's
address.
7:00-Meeting of all Bohemian stu-
dents in Lane hall. This is for
both men and women students.
7 :30-Social committee of junior eng-
iners meet in room 302, Union.
U-NOTICES
Match play will begin Monday in the
All-campus golf tournament, on the
course of the Ann Arbor Golf club.
Subscriptions for the Michiganenslan
will be taken at the Michiganensisn
office, Ann Arbor Press building,
every afternoon this week.
RESULTS OF YESTERDAY'S
DENT ELECTIONS ANNOUNCED

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For return of Bl ac k
Portfolio and contents
taken from Ann Arbor
Interurbon Station Nov, 4
No questions asked, Call
Mir. Gangasvare,

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HE WRAP STYLE is the newest develop-
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ment in outer garments for winter wear.
They're made of corded bolivia, peachbloom
and other materials appearing this season for
the first time. All are fur-collared with either
raccoon or opossum. Blues and the lighter
shades of tan seem most favored. One coat, how-
ever, of black bolivia, with opossum collar and
cuffs, is a particularly charming interpretation
of fashion's latest.
ECAUSE we're celebrating our 32nd Anniversary
the prices on these Wraps are remarkably low. Other
apparel, too, is marked with greatly reduced prices.
(On the Second Floor)

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Illinois, 3; Chicago, 0.
Harvard, 14; Princeton, 14.
Yale, 14; Brown, 10.
Wisconsin, 3; Minnesota, 0.
Dartmouth, 14; Cornell, 3.
Penn State, 20; Nebraska, 0.
Syracuse, 14; W. &. J., 0.
Pitt, 27; Penn, 21.
U. of D., 65; Tufts, 2.
Centre, 24; DePauw, 0.

Halsey'9S

Cyclists Break Campus Rules
Owners of wheels confiscated for
violation of campus rules by the
Building and Grounds association may
claim them at the police station.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.~
Adv.

Results of the Dental college elec-
tions held Friday were as follows:
Class of '21: President, R. F. Cannon;
vice-president, B. Weiss; secretary,
F. Butler; treasurer, H. 0. Erbland.
Class of '22: President, C. W. Wilson;
vice-president, C. R. Buell; secretary,
W. Rankin; treasurer, C. J. Van
Rooyin.
Class of '23: President, V. H.
Eman; vice-president, R. W. Wal-
moth; secretary, J. J. Tolan; treas-
urer, S. D. Loranger. Class of '24:
President, A. E. Gilmore; vice-presi-J
dent, V. D. Brooks; secretary, G. A.
Black; treasurer, 0. Nobert.

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