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THE MICHIGAN DAIL"Y"'

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DAILY OFFICiAL BULLETIN
Volume2 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 80, 191 _ Number 81
Change in Time:
Beginning Mnday, Oct. 31, all University exercises will be arranged in
accordance with Central Standard time. M. L. BURTON.
1925 Literary Students:
Desiring to visit the stacks and workrooms of the University Library
(following the talks on the Library given in the Rhetoric classes), will be
shown through in groups on Monday evening, Oct. 31, from 7-9. Students
will please come to the Delivery Corridor, 2nd floor.
FREDERICKA B. GILLETTE,
Superintendent of Circulation and Stacks.
Graduate Students in Education:
The second conference of Graduate Students specializing in Education
will meet in room 105, Tappan Hall, Monday evening, Oct. 31, from 7 to 9
p. m. Dean Whitney, Professors Woody, Berry, Davis, Jackson, Edmon-
son, Myers, and Whipple, also Messrs. Searles and Sangren, will discuss
research problems in Education. GUY M. WHIPPLE.
Junior Research Club:
Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 8 p. m. in room F 426 New Science building.
Subjects: -
Timber Rot Studies in California. -Lee Bonar.
Infra-red Band Spectra. -Dr. _E.'F. Harker.
" H. R. SNOW, Secretary.

TIE CHANGE
University time will be set
back one hour in accordance
with the return of the state to
Central Standard time.
Please communicate with us at your
earliest convenience if you are inter-
ested in an amazingly simple method
of increasing your income at a total
expense to you of only one _ollar. This
offer is positively limited so act
promptly. Write The H. and C. Agency,
701'Wm. Alden Smith, Jr., Bldg., Grand
Rapids, Mich.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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MICHIGAN

DECORATIONS

We have the best in the City of Michigan Pennants,
Banners, Pillow Covers, Table Runners, etc.

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

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Girls Attention! Rain water -sham
joos, hair dressing, marcel-waving
face and scaip tfeatmect. Wigs foa
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojauowski, 1110 S
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
696-W.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

SCHIUMACfl[R HARDJWARE COMPANY
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
308-10-I2 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES 174-175-M

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Do You Know--

PERFE CTION
OIL HEATERS
Just the thing for these

That the goods bought at our store

clhilly mornings and

ev-

have

University. Leehres:
Professor A. J. Barnouw, Queen Wilhelmina Lecturer inI
versity, will lecture in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15
3, and 4. His subjects will be: -
1. Contemporary Dutch Literature. 2. Art and Artist
teenth Century. 3. Ifolland's Colonial Expansion.

a guarantee

back of them like

enings.

Takes the chill

Columbia Uni-
p. m., Nov. 2,
in the Seven-

F. E. ROBBINS.

Display of Chrysanthemums:
During the first two weeks of November a large collection of chrysan-
themums will be in full blossom in the greenhouses of the Botanical Gar-
dens of the University. The greenhouses are open during daylight hoursT
and visitors are welcome. H. H. BARTLETT.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Faculty Meeting-There will be a meeting of the Literary Faculty Mon-
day afternoon, Oct. 31, in the Lecture room of the New Science building at
4:10 p. in. Election of members of Standing Committees and discussion of
report presented by Dr. Cross's committee.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Dean's Advisory Committee-This Committee will meet Tuesday after-
noon; Nov. 1,4 at 4:10 in the Dean's office.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.

this: "If they are not right we make
them right!"
\Wall-paper, paints, oils, glass, wax-
es, brushes, polishes, cleaners, shellacs,
colors, in fact everything in the- wall-
paper and paint trade.

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Smoke, No Odor, No Dirt. Comes in
all black and Nickel Trim.

off in

a few minutes; no

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Priced - $6.75 and $7.50
Also Electric Heaters -$6.98

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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

CoH. Major & Co.

The Halsey Studios

203 EAST WASHINGTON

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WHAT'S GOING ON

SUNDAY
4:15-Faculty concert,
iunm.

Hill auditor.

MONDAY
6:30-Bible class meets
Room, Lane hall.
7 :30-Varsity Glee club
Union.

in Upper
rehearsal at

TUESDAY
11:00-Dr. Van der Roeve speaks to
Medical students and faculty in
Medical amphitheater.
4015-Chemical society lecture by
Prof. Ernst Cohen in room 165,
Chemistry, building.%
6:00-Cabinet club initiation banquet
at Lane hall.
7:00-Choral union rehearsal at the
. School of Music.
7:00-Union Orchestra rehearsal in
assembly hall, Union.
7:15-It. Clemens club meets in
room 321, Union.
7:30-Boxing club meets in room
323, Union.
8:00-Ocolytes meet i room 106, )a-
son hall.
U-NOTICES
Ticklets for the Press club luncheon
Tuesday evening are on sale at
Wahr's and the Union; also in the
main corridor of University hall
from 1 to 4:30 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon.
Freshman Lit elections will be held
between the hours of 9 and 2
o'clock Monday in the lower corri-
dor of University hall.
Saturday 's Games
Iowa 13, Purdue 6.
Wisconsin 35, Minnesota 0.
U. of Detroit 14, Tulane 10.
Notre Dame 28, Indiana 7.
Wash. and. Jeff. 17, Syracuse 10.
Yale 45, Brown 7.
Penn State 28, Georgia Tech. 7.
Center 6, Harvard 0.
Pittsburgh 28, Penn 0.
Cornell 62, Dartmouth 7.
Princeton 34, Virginia 0.
Columbia 0, Colgate 7.
Prof. White Speaks in Detroit
Prof. A. H. White of the chemical
engineering department addressed the
Michigan State Teachers' association
at Detroit Friday on the subject of
the embargoes on dyes..

WOMEN TO BEGIN
CAMPAIGN DRIVE
"Buy a chocolate bar and help
build the women's building," is the
slogan of the campaign fund commit-
tee of the Women's league. Starting
Tuesday morning there will be a
booth in the league room of University
hall where women may buy such lit-
tle necessities as hair nets, and the
profits will all go for the fund which
is to carry on the drive for life mem-
berships in the new University of
Michigan League building. Using this
boothas a basis, teams of girls will
sell chocolate, candy, cakes, and
sandwiches in the corridors of Uni-
versity hall. t Patronize the campaign
workers and see the fund grow.
PREMIER BRIAND AND FRENCH
DELEGATION SAIL FOR AMERICA
Havre, Oct. 29.-Premier Briand of
France, and the French delegation to
the Washington conference on the
limitation of armament and far east-
ern problems sailed from their port
for New York on the liner Lafayette
at 6 o'clocknthis evening.
"I shall not begin work tonight. I
am thinking merely of the instructive
and interesting experiences ahead of
me," said the premier shortly before
sailing.

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have added a new department
their institution. We will teach.
branches of STAGu DANCING

and Eccentric

to
all

Children's Classes

Saturday Afternoon

The Buckingham

Hours

Two to Four

BALLROOM DANCING
EVERYDAY BY APPOINTMENT

Ballet, Toe,.Soft Shoe

Another Fyfe 71odel
Strictly bench made of imported Russia
calfskin---a distinctive fall boot in which
the new broad toe is emphasized.
Medium shade tan or black.
A complete display of Fyfe Shoes for men over
Calkins' Drug Store.
Tom Lally, representative.

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DETROIT

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Screen

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Arcade-James Oliver Curwood
presents "The Golden Snare."
Majestic-Pola Negri in "Gipsy.
Blood."
Wuerth-Marie Provost in "No-
body's Fool."
Orpheum-Emily Stevens with
Montague Love in "The Place
of Honeymoons."

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SUNDAYDINNER
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30
CHICKEN SOUP
Maryland Chicken
Beef Steak a la Charlevoix
Ham and Rice Croquettes
Boston Baked Beans
Glazed Sweet Potatoes Mashed Potatoes
Baked Squash Creamed Corn
SALADS
Fruit Salad Combination Salad
Head Lettuce Cottage Cheese' Olives
. Pickles
DESSERTS
Chocolate Apple Raspberry Pie
Rice Pudding
City Y. W. C. -A.

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ORIGINAL AND
CLEVER PORTRAITS

THIS WEE

Stage

Garrick (Detroit)-Mr. Leo Dit-
richstein in "Toto."
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Madame Petrova in "The White
Peacock."

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