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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1920.

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1920.

Number 53.

e Ilemebrs of tihe University Senate:
wing to an importnt summons in connection with the legislative
ng program, it has seemed necessary to postpone the meeting of the
:rsity Senate announced for tomorrow evening. Members of the Sen-
e asked to watch for futher announcements.
M. L. BURTON.
ay Vacation:'
le Holiday Vacation in all the Schools and Colleges of the University'
sTuesday evening, Dec. 21. Exercises are resumed Wednesday morn-
'an. 5. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.

ALL JUNIORWOMENI
TO MEET MONDAY'
Due to the small attendance at the'!
Junior Girls' play meeting Saturday!
morning, a similar meeting in thel
form of a discussion will be held at
4:30 o'clock Monday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium. All junior women3
are requested to be present by Edna
Gr off, '22, chairman of the commit-
{tee.I
At this time a sketch of the play will
be read in order to give all the girls
an ides. of the plot. Those interested
in writing lyrics or music will re-
ceive instructions from Prof. John L.
Brumm' and announcements concern-
ing tryouts will be made.
CLE1E N118 ETS 100 EARLY
COPIES OF N. Y. HERALD
Regent William L. Clemnents, of Bay
City, has added to his newspaper col-
lection a file of more than 100 papers
of the New York Herald during the
first year of its publication in 1794-95.
The Herald during the first year
was published twice a week. It was
a four page paper; used very small
type, and had ads on the first page.
BUY YOUR FRATERNITY JEWEL-
RY from Edwards, H-aldeman & Co.,
427 Farwell Bldg.~, Detroit, or we will
send catalogue on req uest.-Adv.
Typewriters of leading makes for
sale or rent. 0. D. Morrill, 17 Nickel's
Arcade.-Adv.
Patronize Doily advertisers.-Adv.

PERSONAL GREETING CARDS
ILeave Your Order Early - Special Attention Given to

CHRISTMAS ENGRAVING

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a Jurisprudene:
rLightner will not lecture on Monday, Dec. 6. The next lecture
)urse will be given on Monday, Dec. 13, at 3:45 p. m. in Room B
w building. HENRY M. BATES,
Dean Law School.

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THE CLUB LUNCH I
712 ARBOR STREET I
SNear State and Packard
Students Luuch
409 Jefferson
sHigh Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

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Which May Give You an Inspiration
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ELECTRIC TABLE STOVES' Both Plain and -Ornamental
~ELECTRIC SAD IRONS PIE SERVERS
ELECTRIC HEATERS BREAD PLATES=
ELECTRIC LAMPS CARVING SETS & CUTLERY
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here will be a meeting of the local chapter of the Association of
can College Professors Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m. in room 304,
;an Union. All members are urged to be present.
C. B. VIBBERT.
Per E. Holt.
rsity Women:
nilversity women who plan to be in Ann Arbor during Christmas va-
should leave their names and addresses in the office of the Dean
:men as soon as possible.
e MYRA B. JORDAN.
r' Research Club:
regular meeting will be held Tuesday, Dec. 7, at 8 p. m. in Room F,
ew Science building. Subjects: 'The Spectra of Stars of Clases R and
I Their Relation to Theories of Stellar Evolution, by Prof. W. C.
The Production of Plantation Rubber, by Mr. Carl LaRue.
R. 0. BRIGHAM, Secretary.
1 Union Ticket Takers:
coral Union ticket takers will report to Hill auditorium for the Spot-
Vaudeville Dec. 7, 1920, at 7:15 o'clock.
W. D. H{OLLANDS.
y Club:a
.embers of Comedy club will try out for "Bunty Pulls the -Strings"
esday and Thursday,- Dec. 8 and 9, at 7 p. m. In Room 20&,University
Copies of the play have been placed on the Reserve Shelves in the
ng Room of the Library. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
and Abuses of Twist Drills":
Jses and Abuses of Twist Drills," a four reel film, will be shown on
ayv at 8 p. m.. in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. This

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WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
--University Men's Bible class
ets In Lane hall.
D-Polonia Literary circle meets
Spedding's studio for picture.
-Graduates of Detroit Northwest-
- high school meet in Lane hall au-
:orium to organize club.
-,Japanese Student club meets in
,ne hall.
-Student Volunteers meet in Lane
L.
-Social hour for young people's
Feting, Unitarian guild hall.
-Prof. John F. Shepard speaks on
)ine Modern Conceptions of God,"
Unitarian guild hall.
-Judge Harry X. Fisher, of Chii-
o, addresses Menorah society on
he Jew In, Soviet Russia and Last-
s Europe," in Lane hall.
-Christian Endeavor meets at
esbyterian church.

MONDAY
Jnior engineers meet in
n for -movie party.
-Union orchestra meets for
-sal in Hill auditorium.

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SUNDAYSERVIS IN a THE MICHIGAN UNION
ANN ARBOR CHURCHESI_ PRESENTS ITS ANNUAL =
S Rev. Dr. Frank W. Gunsaulus oft
the Armour Institute of Technology, a
3Chicago, is to be the speaker at 7:30 -
o'clock this evening at the First r
Methodist church. His subject is:*
"The Education of the American." The-
- service is under the auspices of the
Wesleyan guild. Sollh adI1,
R v Ur He r Tal c of S .A - drew's Episcopal church will giv e a l=
#"Talk on the Bible Intended to Be of
Interest to University Students" at the
10:30 o'clock service. "Bloody Kings 2_
and Stern Reformers" is Rev. Charles =-N P Y A T-
T. Webb's subject at the vesper -sev - N P Y A T -
evice at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon. a
"A New Ann Arbor Discussed" -
At the First Batpist church Rev.2
3. M. Wells will give the second of2 1-MICHIGAN UNION ORCHESTRA a2
his series of sermons on "A New Ann22
Arbor." Today's sermon is to take 2"'C A TR AT~Q~~I
upthe aspects of hospitality, religion, 2--IBT FC A TRA DSN
up -
symmetry and service as suggested by 1
the recent Ann Arbor Community 2 3-HYPNOTISM
Service drive. 2
"What Is Christianity?" Is Rev. 24-MYRON E. CHON, SAXOPHONE ARTIST
Sidney S. Robbn's subject at the
morning service of the Unitarian ! 5-CHALK TALKS
church. The sermon is based on a
book of the same name by Adolph2-
Harnack, who is recognized as the d 6-GEO. ROGERS ORCHESTRA
greatest living authority on the his- 1
tory o Christian belief. " Modern 7- IHG NU IO R H SR
'Conception of God" will be the topic 1 - IHG NU INO C ETAI
of Prof. John F. Shepard of the psy-
chology department at the 6:30.
o'clock service.
Sermon for Studentsa
"The Salvation We Need Today," the2
scnofaseisosemnfn-=terest to University men and women,_ H IL L A U D IT O R IU MI
will be given at the morning service _
of the Presbyterian church. At noon a
'Dr. Thomas Iden of the Upper Robm2
Bible class leads the student class-
discussion of "The Origin and Growth
ofOrvLoyiCb ulae.of he Con' P.M
ofv OuLle . DouglTesdaythe 8:00
gregational church will speak on Fi-Mn N * P EE
'Given Notice" at the 10:30 o'clock
service, and at the evening service
Mr. Yahn Zogalion of Armenia will
give the address.
Rev. P. F. Arthur of the Church of=II 50c Tickets at Wahr's, Graham's, Slater's 50c0
Christ (Disciples) will preach on "Is _
the Church Needed" at the morning ~
service, and in the evening on "Two12a
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TUESDAY
-H-,op committee meets
,Union.
-Rehearsal of Mandolin

In room
club at

0-Xentucky club meets at Union.
0--iEch1gan Aeronautical society
eets in room 325, Union.
0-Spotlight vaudeville in Hill au-
torium.
0--Mldhgan Dames meet in bane
all. Mr. George Wilner of the ora-
ry department will give readings.
U-NOTICES
ause of the Spotlight vaudeville,
e Student council committee on
nderelass conduct will meet. at
30 o'clock "Wednesday night in-
.ead of Tuesday.
Sociedad Hlispauiea will meet at
15 o'clock in room 202, Southl
ing, Thursday evening instead of
uesiday.
ilunan engineering class dues will
3collected from 8 to 5 o'clock on
onday and Tuesday on the second
or of the Engineering building.
:)r results advertise in The Mich-
Daily.-Adv.

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