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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BLLETIN9
Volume 2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1I01 Number 89

To All Members of the University:,
In view of the proclamation of President Harding and of the special
significance of Armistice Day this year, all University exercises will be sus-
pended on Friday, Nov. 11. M. L. BURTON.
To Members of the University:
Owing to the annual meeting of the National Association of State Uni-
versities at New Orleans, the President of the University and Mrs. Burton
will not be "at home" on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
Seniors:s
It is impossible at the present time to kndw exactly. who will be gradu-
ated during this college year. All students who expect to receive their de-
grees in February, June, or August, 1922, should of their own individual
volitionf respond to the requests of the Michiganensian, and other senior af-
fairs on the campus.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.,
Executive Board of the Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive-Board of the Graduate School
on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 4:10 p. m. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
Prospective Teachlers - Seniors and Graduate Students:
The Bureau of Appoititments will continue its annual enrollment the
remainder of this week in the office of the School of Education, room 105,
Tappan Hall. All those desiring positions for February or September are, re-
quested to fill in the permanent blanks at this time. The office will be open
from 8 to 12 every morning and from 1:30 to 5 Wednesday and Thursday
afternoons.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Earl V. Moore will render the following program on the Frieze Me-
morial Organ in Hill Auditorium, Thursday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock: Con-
cert Overture (Maitland); Vesperal (d'Evry); Piece Heroique (Franck);
In Paradisum and Fiat Lux (Dubois). The concert will begin on time and
the doors will be closed during numbers. No admission charge.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Freshman Engineers:
Prof. Ray K. Immel of the Department of Public Speaking will address
the Freshman Engineers on Wednesday, Nov. 9, 1921, at 11 a. m., in room 348
Engineering building. (Freshmen - Be sure and see your "Mentor" this
week. Also, pay your "Class dues".)
C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshman Engineers.
The Scroll:
Th'e opening meeting of the year will be held in the Natural Science
Auditorium, Wednesday, Nov; 9, at 7:30 p. m. Mr. George R. Swain will give
an illustrated lecture, Kodaking in Cairo. The public is cordially invited.
After the lecture a short business meeting will be held at which all members
are'expected to be present. Election of officers, and announcement of plans
for the year will then be made. ORMA F. BUTLER.

LOCAL BARBER SHOP WILL
SEND MAN TO BADGER GAME
One man from a group of 10 will be
chosen to go to Wisconsin at 3 o'clock
this afternoon at the Arcade Barber
shop when the final drawing for the
lucky number will be made. For sev-
eral weeks the shop has been giving
out a numbered ticket with each
haircut, and 10 of these tickets were
drawn last night. The men holding
these tickets, who are asked to be
present at the drawing this afternoon,
are: J. Joachim, H. M. Nowels, '24, G.
F. Marshall, '25, E. R. Stoliker, Spec.
D, A. C. Farley, '23, G. H. Hamilton,
24E, Clayton E. Holcomb, '22, L. E.{
Bredenburg, '24, J. Pirico, H. J. Ley-
da, '24.

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BEST QUALITY OF FOOD - SNAPPY SERVICE

Personal Greeting Cards
ever shown in Ann Arbor

SENIOR NOTICE
Only 9 days left to have your
'Ensian pictures taken. No ex-
tension of time can be granted.
Organization pictures only are
to be taken during the month of
January.

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Lunch and Dinner, per week-$6.00
OPEN TO MEN AND WOMEN
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ENLARGING

The Whist Club fiurished as a cam-
us activity in 1898.

Winter
is Here

Photographs Best Preserve the Pleasure
of College Days

LOOK
Prices at Rock Bottom for
Tailor-Made Suits
SUITS WITH EXTRA
TROUSERS
-FROM
$36 -$60
Service and Satisfaction
Guaranteed
"WE ARE NOT SATISFIED
UNLESS YOU ARE"
Come in!
PUT IN YOUR ORDER NOW!
A. G. MARCHESE
TAILOR
821 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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Delta Sigma Rho:
- Delta Sigma Rho will hold a dinner at 6 p. m. tonight (Wednesday)
the Union. All local, as well as out-of-town members hre requested to
present. BYRON F. FIELD, President.

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Exhibit of Chr-ysanthemums:
Chrysanthemums are in full bloom at the Botanical Garden, Packar~d
Street. Students and any others interested are invited to visit the green-
houses. H. H. BARTLETT.
Players Club:
There will be a try-out for all those interested in singing Wednesday at
7 p. m. in Alpha Nu rooms -on fourth floor of University Hall. Those unable
to be there at that time please call Miss Chase, 2946-J.
R. B. RITTER, President.
Section A in Rhetoric:
Section A for delinquent students in course 1 in rhetoric will meet with
Mr. Davidson Thursday, Nov. 10, in Room 101, West hall, at 4 p. m.
F. N. SCOTT.

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WEDNESDAY'
12:00-Rainbow club luncheon in room
325, Union.
5:00-Meeting of entire business staff
and tryouts of the Gargoyle, Press
building.
7:00-Band Bounce, Hill auditorium
7:00-Players club vocal tryout for
chorus in Alpha Nu room, fourth
floor, University hall.
7:15-Meeting of Pi Delta Epsilon.
7:30-Order of De Molay meets at the
Masonic cathedral.

ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL FOR
UNION OPERA MADE PUBLIC
Keena, Director, Chooses Nine Men for
"Make It for Two"
Players
Positions in the orchestra of the
Michigan Union opera, "Make It For
Two", were definitely given out last
night by Kemp Keena, grad., director.
The men have been selected from a
large number of tryouts, and have
been playing together for some time.
The list of men and positions is as
follows: piano, William C. Kratz,
'24E, 1st violin, R. E. Lounsbury, ex-
'21; 1st violin, John F. Dinwiddie,
'24A, 2nd violin, T. C. Tracy, '24, cel-
lo, C. B. Peirce, '24M, clarinet, R. A.
Cowles, '22E, cornet, E. M. Beresford,.
'2,flute, H. E. Brown, '123, trap,
Don E. Rhodes, grad.
Hocking Will Head Adelphi

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THE GARDEN
WHERE
DREAMS
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THE REVELS
OF THE
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PATH -
THE
CORRIDORS
OF CHANCE

ADOLPH ZUKOR. PRESENTS

YOUTH
EXPERIENCE
LOPE
AMBITION
HOPE
MOTHER
PLEASURE
OPPORTUNITY
CHANCE
TOUT
DESPAIR
INTOXICATION
GOOD NATURE
POVERTY
WEALTH
BEAUTY
FASHION
SPORT
EXCITEMENT
CONCEIT
TEMPTATION
WORK
DELUSION
CRIME
HABIT
DEGRADATION
FRAILTY
MAKESHIFT
GLOOM
Each vividly played
by a Star adapted
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THURSDAY
4:15-Organ recital in Hill auditorium.
7:00-Western Normal club meets in
Lane hall.
7:15-Varsity Glee club rehearsal at
Union.
7:15-Dixie club meets at Union.
7:80-EXecutive committee of the Com-
merce club meets 'fn room 304, Un-
ion.
7:30--Gun and Blde club meets in
reading room, Union.
7:30-Round-Up club meets. in room

THE PLACE
OF FORGOTTEN
HOPES.
THE HOUSE
OF LOST
SOULS.
THE LAND
THAT LOVE
CALLS HOME.

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Wilfrid Hocking, '24L, was elected
speaker of the Adelphi House of Rep-1
resentativestat their meeting last
night in their room in University
hall. This was occasioned by the'
sudden resignation of Preston H.
Scott, '22, whose duties on the ora-

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306, Union. torical staff prevented his giving the
:0-Zionist society meets in Lane necessary time to the Adelphi work.
hall. .
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U-NOTICES Dr. P. L. Marsh, of the department
'e meeting of the Higbland Park of internal medicine, is away for a
club, scheduled for tonight, is post- where he addrestot Miluaue kes
poned until further notice. Watch County Medical society Nov. 8 on the
The Daily. subject of the treatment of diabetis.

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for its stumnbles, falls, sinks so deep that only Thrilled
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,reiiin engineers jpay dues at en-
trance to room 348, Engineering More than 45 years ago Michigan's
building, between 9 and 3 o'clock to- athletics included a crew which trained
day. for three months before it was de-
cided the sportcould not be kept up.
In the olden days mass meeting were
eld in the gym and a crowd of 1,000 Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
as a record-breaker, scription.-adv.

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