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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

4

I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1920.

Number 33,

Law School - Special Lectures:
INVESTMENTS - The next lecture in this course, by Mr. Dallas M.
3oudeman, will be given Friday, Nov. 12, at 4 p. in., in Room B of the Law
>uilding.,
MICHIGAN STATUTES - The next lecture in this course will be given
Friday, Nov. 12, at 5 p. m., in Room B of the Law building.
H. M. BATES, Dean.
Art Exhibit:
The collection of Seascapes by Woodberry will continue to be on ex-
ilbition throughout this month at Memorial Hall from 2 to 5 including
Bunday. On Wednesday at 3 Mr. E. L. Barnes will give a gallery talk, and
c)f Sunday at 3 Mr. Wilfred Shaw will give a lecture. There will be two
gallery talks each week; announcement of these will be made in The Mich-
gan Daily. H. P. THIEME.
Bibliography of Faculty Publications:
Members of the faculties should report their publications before Nov.
L5 if they have not already done so. No further notice by mail or by this
mletin will be given. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
Geological Seminary (Geol. 8):
There will be no formal meeting of tha Geological Seminary the pres-
ent week. Those electing the Seminary for credit will be expected to pre-
sent in writing a summary report of both lectures by Baron DeGeer, these
lectures being given in the Natural Science auditorium at 4:15 o'clock Fri-
lay afternoon and at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
WILLIAM H. HOBBS.
University Library:
The University Library will be open Thursday afternoon and evening
from 12:30 to 10 p. m. under the same conditions as on Sunday, in as much
as it is a University half holiday. Only the Main Reading Room and Period-
eal Room will be open. Readers desiring to use books shelved in other
parts of the' Library must make arrangements to have such books reserved
for them at the Reference Desk prior to 12:30 on Thursday. The Depart-
mient Libraries will be closed afternoon and evening.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
Federal Board Wards:
Federal Board Wards whose names are-listed on bulletin board, Room
205 U. Hall, will please interview Social Service Nurse of this District in
Room 202 U. Hall, Wednesday, p. in., Thursday, a. in., this week. Mr. Camp-
bell will be here Thursday, Nov. 11, to interview men.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
students in Business Administration:
Mr. F. M. Fillingim, Manager of the Des Moines Agency of the Bur-
roughs Adding Machine company, will be in Room 107 of the Economics
building, Thursday afternoon, Nov. 11, between 4 and 6 o'clock, to interview
students in Business Adminstration who expect to graduate in February
and who are interested in making a permanent connection in sales work.
I. LEO SHARFMAN.
Prospective Teachers, Seniors and Graduate Students:
The Appointment Committee held its annual meeting for enrollment yes-
erday afternoon in Tappan hall. At that time temporary blanks were
given out with suggestions about filling them in. For the remainder of
he week the Committee will be in the Registrar's office with the perma-.
ient blanks. All those desiring to enroll for positions for February or
September are requested to fill in the blanks at this time. The office will
:e,open,from 8 to 12 o'clock in the morning and'from 1:30 to 5 o'clock in
he afternoon, with the exception of Saturday, when the office will close
at noon. MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Canadian Ex-Service Men:
You are urged to take part in today's parade and exercises. If you are
asociated with one of the campus soldier organizations, march with it.
i you are -not, let's march together in the ranks of those in mufti. Michi-
;an expects us thus to do honor to Canada's glorious dead.
NORMAN ANNING. 2213305. C. E. F.

INTERCLASS SOCCER PLAY
TO BEGIN NEXT WEDNESDAY
Interclass soccer will open next
Wednesday, Nov. 17. Eight teams
have signified their intentions of tak-
ing part. The teams entered are:
Law, Medic, Dent, Architects, upper
and lower class engineers, and upper
and lower class lits. Any men wish-
ing to play on class teams are re-
quested to send word to their class
managers. The following men are
leading the class teams: Law, Storz,.
1172-R; Medic, Futch, 344; Dents,
Thompson, 383; Architects, Andrus,
348-R; upper engineers, Kearney,
120, or Reynolds, 2578-M; under class
engineers, Ross, 1014-J; upper class
lits, Genebach, 1460, or Hitchcock,
1166; under class lits, Beckman, 355,
or R. Adams, 236.
Yesterday's play in the interfrater-
nity tournament resulted in victory
for Delta U over Theta Chi by the
score of 2 to 1. Phi Delta Theta won
from Theta Delta Chi 1 to 0, while
Kappa Beta Psi won by default from
Delta Sigma Delta when the latter's
team failed to appear.
Wednesday's schedule - for inter-
class soccer is: Upper lits vs. Lower
lits, Laws vs. Medics, Dents vs. Arch-
itects.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
,very Friday at Tice's, 117 So. Main.-
Adv.
Gilberts Chocolates at Tice's, 117 So.
Main.-Adv.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN
SPA LDING
SWEATERS
Warm and com-
fortable with free
arm movement. -
Spaldingsweaters
are garments for
al-around use- _". -
for everybody-
men and women. V
just right for all
tanner of out.
door wear. SENT FOR CATALOG1'U.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 S. State St., Chicago, Ill.

Gymnasiu m
Clothing

Complete outfit Including
shirt, pants, supporter
and shoes $4.25

A1'

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORES

i

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Sayings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
PHONE 166
T'RUBE'Y
2i' SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

SPECIAL SERVICE ON A. A. R. R.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13
ACCOUNT MICHIGAN - CHICAGO FOOTBALL GAME
Br
Train No. 13 leaving Toledo at 10:00 A. M. will
leave Toledo at 11:00 A. M., arriving at Ann Arbor at

12:30 P. M-

All trains will have extra equipment on above

date.
Train No. 53 due at Ann Arbor at 4:32 P. M. going
no th will wait at Ferry Field if necessary until the game is
finLhed. N
rsp

SER GEI
Distinguished Pianist in his Ann Arbor Debut

Thurs. 8 pe m

HILL AUDITORIUM
Choral Union Series

!a _

WH APS GOING ON
THURSDAY
D0-Armistice day.. No classes aft-
12 o'clock.-
.5-Geology'staff luncheon, Union.
V-Service men' to report to as-
mbly places for parade.
--Armistice day parade.
Chinese Student club picture to be
ken at Rentschler studio, 319 East
uron street.
-Armistice day program In Hill
iditorium.
L-Shrners Invited to attend meet-
g of A. A. 0. N. M. S. at Union.
-Men's and Women's Glee clubs
hearse in HJll auditorium for Un-
a services.
-V. F. W. banquet, room 318, Un-
- Quarterdeck dinner, room 319,

6:00-Theta Delta Chi dinner, room
318, Union.
6:30-Michigan Dental society dinner,
room 319, Union.
7:30-Calvinise club meets, Union.
7:30-Chinese Student club meetingf
Lane hall.
7:30-Pep meeting, Hill auditorium.
7:30 - St. Paul Lutheran Students
meet at Young People's club room,
Third and West Liberty streets.
7:30-All Filipino students meet in
basement of Lane hall.
8:00-Lecture by Baron De Geer, Na-
tural Science auditorium.
8:00-Intercollegiate Socialist society
meets in room P 162, Natural Sci-
ence building.
8:30-Classical club will hold initia-
tion of new members in Barbour
gymnasium, followed by an informal
party and dance.
U-NOTICES.
The exhibition of Woodbury's paint-
ings, which is at Alumni Memorial
hall this week will not be open to-
day due to the Armistice day exer-
cises.
There will be a meeting of the cheer-
ing squad of which S. J. Griffinger
is captain at 4:00 o'clock today on!
Ferry field. Kelly, Bakin, Ross and
McCracken are asked to report.
Members of the United States Marine
club are requested to meet at
White's studio at 10 o'clock Sunday
for Michiganensian photograph.
Subscriptions for the Michiganensian
will be taken at the Michiganensian
office, Ann Arbor Press building,
every afternoon this week.
LEARN TO DANCE
Prof. Mittenthal's School for Danc-
ing Friday evenings. Class 7:00 to
8:30. Class for Ann Arbor folks as
well as University students and also:
married folks. You can take term, I
half term, or single lessons. Rates
for eight lessons: Gents $8; ladies
$5. Enroll now, Class growing rap-
idly-Adv.

-"Science and
omas M. Iden,

the Bible," by Dr.
Upper room, Lane

- Stagecraft course, room 308,
lon.
- Cabinet club meeting, room
3, Union.
-Life membership meeting, room
6,. Union.
-Junior engineers smoker, read-
g room, second floor, Union.
-Kansas City club meeting, room
4, Union.
- Meeting of members of last
ar's Mandolin club, room 306, Un-

-Choral
orium.

Union concert; Hill au-
Sergei Rachmaninoff,

FRIDAY
- Law faculty luncheon, room
Union.
ecture by Baron De Geer. Na.
Science auditorium.

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