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FFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUNDRAY, INOVEMTBER at011991

N(umber 87

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ircles in view of the pending c9nfer-
nce at Washington on limitation of
rinament and Far Eastern ques-
Jons.
Washington, Nov. 5.-"The assassi-
nation of Premier Hara will resalt in
ao change in Japan's attitude toward
:he conference on limitation of arm-
ment and Far Eastern questions,"
Baron- Shdehara, the Japanese am-
assador,laid today.

WYVERN TO COMMUNICATE interest among old Wyvernit
WITH FORMER MEMBERS their support in raising a fund
- . - a Wyvern room in the Unive
-At the last meeting of Wyvern soct- Michigan league.
ety -plans were made to communicate
with the alumnae of the society. The Try a Daily Want Ad. It pay
purpose of this plan is to create an Patronize our Advertisers.-

rsaity of --
Special price on eas
Wilson-Dimattia. 824
s.--Ady. Cushing Drug Store.
-Adv. Adv.

to Marshal Foeh :
ngements have been completed to have Marshal Foch's train, en
Detroit via the Michigan Central Railroad, stop a short time at the
i Central station Monday morning at some time between 10:30 and
k. The greetings of the University will then be officially presented
arshal and the Faculties and students will join in the welcome. In
at all may participate, all University exercises will be suspended
10 and 12 o'clock Monday. The student body will assemble at
:lock in front of University Hall and follow the University Band
tation. The Student council has been asked to marshal the stu-
the station. All ex-service men and women are requested to be
m. It is highly desirable that all members of the University should
is demonstration in honor of the nation's guest.

The Books of Robert Frost
North of Boston -W .75
Mountain Interval - - $2.00
ABoy'sWil - - - 1.25
Leave your subsoriplion for Whimale's

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In a formal statement the ambassa-
dor declared that Hara's work in
shaping Japan's attitude toward the
approaching conference was destined
to prove of benefit to mankind.

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A resolution expressing regret over
he death of the premier was adopted
n a motion by Senator Lodge.

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

M. L. BURTON.

Deans and Faculties:
e Deans are asked to assemble in the President's office Monday morn-
10:15 to take part in the welcome to Marshal Foch.
e Faculties will assemble between the Law and Science buildings, or
of bad weather in the Natural Science Auditorium, immediately after
Eck, and be ready to precede the student body to the station. The Uni-
Marshal, Professor L. M. Gram, .will be in charge.
M. L. BURTON.
Council:
e stated meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, Nov. 14,
President's Office. The hour of the meeting will be 1 o'clock instead
sual time,.4:15o'clock.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
s of the Faculties:
professors and instructors who wish to sign the payroll for the
have their checks deposited in the bank, may do so by calling at the
ry's Office before Nov. 25.
S. W. SMITH. Secretary.

Ie Teachers - Seniors and Graduate Students:
Bureau of Appointments will hold its annual enrolment for this
sday, Nov. 8, at 4 o'clock in the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All
o desire teaching positions for February or September should en-
is time. Registration at the time of the regular .enrolment is free,
e of one dollar is required for late registration.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.

s of Engineering and Architeetnre:
ere will be a meeting of the Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering
chitecture on Monday, Nov. 7, at 4:15 p. m. in room 411, Engineering
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
Don Disarmament Conferene:t
fessor Robert Crane will give a lecture to the Cosmopolitan Club on
ject of the Disarmament Conference and FarĀ°Eastern Relations in
03 b Hall Monday, Nov. 7, 7.30 p. m. All those interested in the sub-
cordially invited. VICTOR GONDOS, JR.
atical Club:
gular meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 8 p. m. in room 401
Hall. Professor Bradshaw will read a paper, "Remarks on the Fig-
Solid Analytic Geometry".
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.

WHAT'S GOING ON
*SUNDAY
-University Men's Bible class
Bets in Upper room, Lane hall.
0--Zionist society meets in Lane
11.-.
-President Holmes of Drapse uni-
rsity speaks at the University serv-
e in Hill auditorium.
MONDAY
5-Students meet at University
,11 for Foch welcome.
-Editorial staff and tryouts of
rgoyle meet in staff rooms, Press
ilding.
-Professor Crane lectures in dis-
mament conference in room 303,
aiversity hall.
-Dr. Dantzig lectures in room
8, Engineering building.
-All Varsity Glee and Mandolin
ab committees meet in room 308,
tion.
TUESDAY
-Union orchestra rehearsal in as.
htbly hall of Union.
-Aero club meets in room 825,
ion.
-Monteith club meets in Lane
reign Women to be Entertained
tea for members of the Y. W. C.
abinet and foreign women of the
ersity will be given at 4:30 o'clock
afternoon at the Pi Beta Phi
e. Miss Pauline Sage who is a
ber of the national Y. W. C. A.
aittee for friendly relations among
gn women students will be a

News of the Day
IN BRIEF
Washington, .Nov. 5.-A proclama-
tion setting aside Nov. 11 next as a
legal holiday as a mark of respect to
the memory of those who gave their
lives in the late World war, typified
by the unknown and unidentified
American soldier, who is to be bur-
ied in Arlington National cemetery on
that day, was issued tonight by
President Harding.'
Honolulu, Nov. 5.-- Pakashi Hara,
Japan's "commoner premier", fell
under the assassin's knife with the
s'ayer's cry, "you traitor!" ringing in
his ears, according to the correspond-
ent of the Hawaiian Shinto. The
Nippu Jiji, afternoon Japanese daily
of Honolulu, prints a cable from itsI
Tokio correspondent that the assass-
ination of the premier had caused
great consternation in government

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Two nights only commencing Friday, Nov. 11-12
Edward H. Robins
presents
The Young Romantic Actor
Graham Velsey
in the
Charming Comedy Romance of
Love Youth - Laughter
"JUST SUPPOSE"
A. E. Thomas
With the same great Cast and Production that
played the.Henry Miller Theatre, New York,
for one whole year.

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A laugh, a thrill, a tear; one receives
all these in charming "JUST SUP-
POSE."-Mail.

"JUST SUPPOSE" is magnificent in
its simplicity. It brings a lump to-
your throat; it gives many a thrill
and much laughter.-Times.,

PRICES: 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY
MAIL, ORDERS NOW

The popularity of "JUsT SUPPOSE"
is due to the good material of its au-
thor. It. is genuine and it is well
done.--Clobe, Aug. 9.

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Oratorical Association

THOSE OF NEW YORK SAID
W/hitney Theatre

It is a human document that makes
one long to see more of the same
sort.--World.

LEC TURE

COURSE

Ten Numbers

Nov. 18-CHARLES RANN KENNEDY, playwright, actor,
and EDITH-WYNNE MATTHISON (Mrs. Ken-
nedy), leading lady with Henry Irving.
Scenes together from the drama.
Nov. 26-THEODORE E. BURTON, ex-senator, now con-
gressman, Ohio.
Subject:$ "Our Foreign Policy" (with a discus-
sion of the Conference for the Limitation of
Armaments.)
DEC. 1-PROF. S. H. CLARK, University of Chicago.
Reading of John Drinkwater's play, "Abraham
Lincoln."
DEC. 9-EX-GOV. CHARLES S. WHITMAN, of New
York.
Subject: "Administration of Criminal Justice."

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Before the Ashes are Cold
A fire is a disagreeable experi-
ence under any circumstances,
but cover your property with a
Fire Insurance Policy and it is
only this" a disagreeable experi-
ence not a disaster..
Before the ashes are cold your
money is forth omir g- ready to
give you a new start.
Don't fail to cover your property
at once!

JAN. 7-JUDGE BEN LINDSEY, of Denver.
Subject: "Why Kids Lie."
JAN. 28-SIR PHILLIP GIBBS, of London,
nalist.
Subject: "The Social Revo

author, jour-

lution in England."

CORRECTION
yesterday's Daily it was an-
ced that the meeting of men
god in the Union life mem-
hip drive would be held at
o'clock Tuesday evening.
was incorrect, as the meet-.
vill be held promptly at 8:30
ck Monday evening.
ge line of Xmas novelties, just

FEB. 16-HARRY FRANCK, author, traveler.
Subject: "Oriental South America." (Illus-
trated.)
FEB. 24-IRYIN S. COBB, humorist, journalist, author.
Subject: "Home Folks."
THE LAST TWO NUMBERS of this course to be an-
nounced later.

BUTLER
INSUJRANCE
209 FIRST ATIONAL BANK BLDG.

Season tickets on sale now at campus bookstores and will be sold at
booths on the campus Tuesday, Nov. 8. Prices $2.50 and $3.00

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