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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

plume I

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1920.

Number 40.1

The Main Reading Room and the Periodical Reading Room of the Uni-
sity Library are open on Sundays from 2 until 9 p. m. Students desir-
to consult books not kept in the Main Reading Room may have copies
erved there after 5 p. m on Saturday.
There will be a selection of books in contemporary fiction, essays,
I poetry of an interesting character shown in the Main Reading Room
Kt Sunday. These books may be taken out by students.
WH. W. BISHOP, Librarian.
llege of Engineering-To Teachers and Mentors of Freshmen:
Grade cards called for by the Dean's letter of Nov. 15 are to be re-
ned Nov. 20. Please give prompt attention.
PETER FIELD, Head Mentor for Freshmen.
Exhibit:
The collection of Seascapes by Woodberry will continue to be on ex-
ition throughout this month at Memorial Hall from 2 to 5 including
aday. On Sunday at 3 Mr. L. A. Makielski will give a gallery talk.
H. P. THIEME.

RED CROSS MEMBERSHIP
DRIVE TO OPEN TOMORROW
(Continued from Page One)
insignia from the government. The
Red Cross headquarters is the ex-serv-
ice man's attorney.
The other half of every dollar goes
to the national headquarters for Red
Cross work for soldiers and sailors
still in the service, care for disabled
ex-service men still in United States
public health hospitals, help to strick-
en countries of Europe, and the estab-
lishment of health centers throughout
the country.
The campus Red Cross committee is
confident that it willrreach the goal of
5,000 student members. One dollar is
the membership fee. The first solici-
tations for membership will be made
at the Michigan Union and moving
picture houses during the returns of
the Minnesota-Michigan football game
Saturday afternoon.
S I'UDENT TO SELT--Man with or
without selling experience to become
associated locally with big banking
nstitution Not necessary to have
had banking or selling experience:
we teach you in daily sale. meetings
onducted py trained men and by per-
sonal assistance working as a junior
You will start earning at once while:
'earning. $30.00 and more weekly not
it all uncommon. Come in and ta'k
t over-see what other part time mer
re doing, then decide. See Fred E
Tox. 703 First National Bank Build-
ang, 0to 11, mornings or phone 418-W
onr appointmen~t. Guaranty Fin-
nee Corporation. E. D.
BWeck's Orchestra engagements now
pen. Phone 2485-R or 1184-M -Adv.

ichigar

B~lanketa

A New Shipment Just Received PRICE $1.5

WNAHR'

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORES

Xmas Cards, Booklets, Leather Goods
M Books, Pennants, Mich. Pins, Fobs, Spoons, etc.
Find them at the ONLY

STUDENTS' SU13PLY STORE
1160-R.1111 South University

Phone

Avenue

1 t

LOST AND FOUND!

WHAT'S GOING ON

FRIDAY
12:80-Aero club meets at Spedding's
studio for Michiganensian picture.
4:15--Junior lit class meeting, Nat-
ural Science auditorium.
4:30-Executive committee of Archi-
tectural society meets in room 307
Engineering 'building.
5:00--Meeting of Gargoyle business
staff and try-outs, 'Press building.
5:30-Senior engineer class officers
meet with assembly committee in
Professor Higbie's office.
7:30-Alpha Nu Debating society
meets on fourth floor, University
hall.
7:20-Cosmopolitan club social, Lane
hall.
8:30-Hobart guild party in Harris
hall. Admission by card only.
SATURDAY
1:00-Greater Newark club meets at
Spedding's studio for Michiganen-
Sian picture.
7 :00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Thanksgiving social for all
Presbyterian students in church
parlors.
8 *:00-*han New speaks on "The
Handicap of Being a Korean" in
Lane hall auditorium.
U-NOTICES
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars post 422 who have not ob-
tained buttons or receipts for dues,
may get them between 7 and 8
o'clock any night this week from
Gilbert or Cochran, 802 Monroe
street.
Fred M. Butzel of Detroit will ad-
dress Menorah society in Lane hall
at 8:15 Sunday evening.
Senior engineer officers and chairmen
of committees are requested to have
their pictures taken as soon as pos-j
sible for the Michiganensian.
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
SHIPPING QUESTION UP FOR DE-
BATE BY ALPHA NU TONIGHT,
Meetings Again Held on Friday After
Change in Days Because of
Conflicts

Students who have articles
which they found on Ferry field
during the class games on Sat-
urday, are requested to leave
them at the secretary's office inj
University hall. After 60 days,I
if owner has not called and
identified his property, the find-
er will be given it back. _
SECRETARY OF TrHEI
UNIVERSITY.
ADDITIONAL SPORTS
SWIMMING TEAM MEETS
WILL START NEXT WEEK
(Continued from Page One)
the men earn them they will be forced
to pay the usual reduced rate of 25
cents.
Practice will be held four times a
week on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
and Friday. Meets at the Detroit Ath-
letic club, Grand Rapids Y. M. C. A
and M. A. C. are now assured, and it
is hoped that satisfactory arrange-
ments can be made with the Univer-
sity of Toronto. The first meet will
be on Dec. 4, at the D. A. C. and Coach
Drulard plans to make several entries.
Other meets will follow in January
and February.
In the meantime an interfraternity
fray is on the schedule for the week
of Dec. 6 and a big interclass swim for
the week following. Announcement
will be made in The Daily at a later
date when arrangements are com-
pleted.
CORNER KICKS DECIDE GAME
IN SOCCER TOURNAMENT
Yesterday's play in the interclass
soccer tourney resulted in a 1 to 2
win for the lower lits over the laws
when the latter team was forced as
a defensive measure to register two
corner kicks. In the fraternity series
Phi Sigma Kappa won from Phi Sig-
ma Delta 2 to 1, and Delta Upsilon
took a game decided on corner kicks
from Phi Delta Theta 1 to 6.
Today's schedule is: Class A, Delta
Chi vs. Phi Gamma Delta, class B. Phi
Chi vs. Psi Upsilon and Delta Sigma
Phi vs. Delta Tau Delta. At 3:45 Sig-
ma Phi Epsilon meet the Phylons and
the upper engineers play the lower
engineers.
MRS. JOSEPH B. DAVIS DIES AT
SON'S HOME IN ALABAMA

Fitform Suits and

Overcoats-at
Reduced

it
If

UNION

DANCES

HAVE BEGUN

ii
Il

Prices

The discouraging fact that you
are unable to dance graceful-
ly will probably restrain you
from attending your class
dances.

We will give you one-fourth off on any Suit or

Overcoat in the house.

Our former prices were

I will guarantee to teach
all the modern dances g
fully and artistically in
'lessons.
LE VERNE M.
HALSEY'

Syou
race-
eight
s
LADE
E~jI

very reasonable compared to others.

All high

grade Merchandise guaranteed to give you all

the wear you expect.

No cheap goods to offer.

STUD10S

Strictly Young Men's Merchandise very cheap.

It
I2

ERTH

ARC

SHOP
EARLY

$4.50-$5.00 Cloth Hats at...... $2.98
Men's Heavy Wool Hose ......1.10
Students' Heavy Wool Toques. 1.10
Gordon Reversible Leather
Coat at cost............... 30.00

SAVE YOURSELF TIME
AND TROUBLE
Order your Per-onal
Engraved or Printed
Christmas Greeting Cards
from
0. D. Morrill
17 Nickels Arcade

TOM

CORBETT

I16 EAST LIBERTY STREET

11

Between Main Street and 4th Avenue.

Young Men's Shop.

A large and select stock from
which to choose,

m

0

Alpha Nu Debating society will
eet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in its
ub rooms in University hall. Con-
cts with other affairs necessitated
a*ing the meeting held a night earl-
r for the last few meetings, but it
planned to have all future meet-
gs on the regular night, Friday.
The question to be debated tonight
"Resolved, That all United States
lipping passing through the Pana-
a canal should be given preferen-
al toll rates for the same."
ANE HALL ACTIVITIES
FEATURE OF SUNDAY'S DAILY
Few people on the Michigan cam-
is are acquainted with the function
the orgainzation that calls Lane
ll its home, is the declaration of
ose whose offices are located in that
ilding.
The Sunday edition of The Daily,
is week, will attempt to make clear
the campus the function of that
ilding, and the organization it
uses.
A thorough discussion of Lane hall,
th illustrations, is featured in sec-
3n two of this Sunday's issue.
Now is the time to order your PER-
NAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
g and Embocsing. 0. D. Morrill, 17
ckel's Aarcade.-Adv,

T.iJhI,~,i .k lf IJ f1 ZL(&riJ. TrJUnAhl~t

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neral Services to Be Held
Sunday Afternoon
Mrs. Joseph B. Davis, wife of the
late Professor Davis, died of heart
trouble at the home of her son,
Charles B. Davis, of Ensley, Alabama,
early yesterday morning. The body
will be brought to Ann Arbor, where
burial services will be held at Forest
Hill cemetery at 2:30 o'clock next
Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Davis was born and lived most
of her life in Ann Arbor. Her father,
Deacon J. D. Baldwin, owned a small
farm located in the area south of Hill
street. She is survived by an only
son.
Craig Returns from Paner Convention
Prof. Robert Craig, Jr., of the for-
estry department, has returned from
Chicago, where he attended a conven-
tion of the American Pulp and Paper
association, which includes the leading
paper manufcaturers in the country.
The convention committeed itself to
the use of improved forestry methods
in. order to eventually free the United
States from dependence upon imports
for paper supplies.

Oratorical Association Lecture Course-Nine Numbers
Nov. 23-8 oclock
Single Admission, 75c
Seasn Tiket $2.50

OTHER LECTURERS ON THE COURSE ARE

GOV. HENRY J. ALLEN
ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE
J. HAMILTON LEWIS

MRS. PANKHURST

STEPH EN

S. WISE

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LELAND POWERS

1RF PRIES1DEN T MARSHALL

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