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THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

SUNDAY, I) EMMM 11,

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1921

Number 66

PLAYERS
"SHAM"

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Michigan CHRISTMAS
Jewelry and Stationery5
Song Books and Memory Books I
Blankets and Pillows
Banners and Pennants
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University Leetures:
Dr. A. J. Barnouw, Queen Wilbelmina Lecturer at Columbia University,
will deliver three University lectures Dec. 12, 13, and 14, at 4:15 p m., in
the Auditorium of the Natural Science building. His subjects will be (1)
Contemporary Dutch Literature, (2) Art and Artist in the Seventeenth
Century, (3) Holland's Colonial Expansion. The public is cordially in'
vited. F. E. ROBBINS.
Senate Council:
The regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, Dec.
12, at 4:15 p. W., in the President's office.
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
Graduate Conference in Education:
The fifth conference for graduate students in Education will be held
Monday, Dec. 12, from 7 to 8 p. m., in Room 105, Tappan Hall.
G.M.WHIPPLE.
Physcs I:c
Students are hereby notif ed that an hour examination (blue book) will
be given on Monday, Dec. 12, at 10 o'clock.
H. M. RANDALL.
Educational Measurements: #
The mid-semester in Educational and Mental Measurements, Course No.
1 (Introduction to Mental Testing) scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 8, 1921,
will be held Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1921, at 3 p. m. in Room 208, Tappan Hall.,
GUY M.WHIPPLE.
Men's Educational Club:
All members of the Mens' Educational Club should be present at the
meeting at 7 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 13, Room 302, Michigan Union. Professor
Filbey's address will merit a wide hearing. This is the last meeting before
vacation, and membership dues should be paid to Mr.,B. C. Fairman, Secre-
tary-Treasurer. WESLEY B. BEADLE, President.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Monday, Dec. 12, at 7 p. m., Professor W. A. Frayer will lecture on the
present relations of Germany, with the other great powers of the world, and
her future prospects, in Room 206, University Hall, under the auspices of
the Cosmopolitan Club.
The public is invited. VICTOR GONDOS, JR.

F. G. TOMPKINS

Frank G. Tompkins, author of the
play "Sham" and former instructor
at the University, will be present,
Wednesday night at the program of
the Players club at which his play
will be presented, together with one
other one-act play, "The Finger of
God", by Percival Wilde. Following
the program there will be a reception
for the Author. It is expected that
Mr. Tompkins will give a talk imme-
diately after the presentation of his
play. Mr. Tompkins is at present a
member of the rhetoric faculty at
Junior college, Detroit.#
"Chain" is directed by Henry D.
Goff, '23. Characters of the play are
taken by Nayf Bashara, '23L, in thel
part of Charles; Jack Holden, '22, as
the thief; Adele Zimmerman, '22, asl
Clara, and David Gilchrist, '22, as thej
reporter. The play is a satire on
modern social life, in which a thief
who enters a house with the intention
of robbing it ends in moralizing to the
owners, telling them that all of their
possessions are sham, and that they
should rid themselves of them all to
purchase just one genuine possession.
The second play, "The Finger ofl
God", by Percival Wilde, directed by
Isabel Kemp, '22, is a one-act drama
taking up the struggle of a man in a
responsible position who knows that
he has once been a thief. His second
downfall is averted by another's im-
plicit trust in him.
The characters are: Strickland, by
Wendell Hanselman, '23; The Girl, by
Esther Welty, '23; Benson, by Milton
Klee, '23.
REGENTS VOTE ON NUMEROUS
QUESTIONS AT MEET FRIDAY

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On the First Day of January

You will, or should, make some New

Year s

resolutions.

Let us suggest that one of your resolutions be that hereafter
you will do business with the largest and strongest b ank in
in Washtenaw County.

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank

CAPITAL

AND SURPLUS, $625,000.00.

RESOURCES, $5,000,000.00.

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Comedy Club:
Rehearsals
7 p. m. Act 14.
Act II, 7 p. m..

for this week will be as follows: Monday, 3 p. m. Act V,
Tuesday, 2 p. m. Act V, 7 p. m. Act IV. Wednesday, 4 p. m.
Act II. Thursday, 2 p. m. Act III.

J. RALEIGH NELSON.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
11:00-Zionist society meets in Lane
hall.
3:00-McPherson Brown ng speaks in
Union reading room.
4:00-Concert by Ypsilanti Normal
choir at Union.
7:00-University Christmas service at
Hill auditorium. Prof. W. D. Hen-
derson speaks.
MONDAY
4:15-Lecture by Prof. Adrian Bar-
rouw in Natural Science auditorium.
4:15-comedy club rehearsal at New-
berry hall.
7:00-Prof. Frayer lectures on Ger
many's international relations i
room 206 of University hall.
8:00-Choral Union concert at Hill
auditorium.
TUESDAY
4:15-Lecture by Prof. Adrian Bar-
roaw in Natural Science auditorium.
7:00-Men's Educational club meets
at Union.
7:00-Cleveland men meet in room
323 of nUion.
7:00-Comedy club rehearsal in Uni-
versity Hall.
7:15-Varsity Mandolin club practice
at Union.
7:30-All-law smoker in reading room
of Union.

7:30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets on fourth floor of Uni-
versity hall.
7:30-Traverse City club meets In
room 304 of Union.
7:30-Address by C. E. Fowler on "The
Evolution and Architecture of
Bridges," in Natural Science audi-
torium.
7:30-Saginaw club meets at Union.
S:00-Acolytes meet in room 106 of
Mason hall. -
U-NOTICES
There is an exhibition of water colors
in architectural corridor of the Eng-
ineering building.
;ll fraternities, sororities, and house
clubs should have informal student
life pictures in 'to the Michigan-
ensian before Monday.
Professor Announces Engagement
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Dora Ware,- '16, of
Kansas City to T. H. Hildebrant, an
associate professor of mathematics in
the University.
The first vessel on the upper Great
Lakes was the Griffin, which in 1679
carried La Sallerand,Father Henne-
pin to the region of Green Bay.
Get your Luggage at Wilkinson's.
You'll find bargains there, and real
money-saving ones. Come down and
see our stock. 325 So. Main St.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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are entitled to a continuation of the
Homoeopathic school at the Univer-
sity and therefore vote 'no' on this
question."
Regent L. L. Hubbard, of Houghton,
voted "yes" with the following quali-
fication: "I vote for the amalgamation
of the two medical schools and hos-
pitals with the assurance from this
Board that under the amalgamation
liberty will be given the advocates ofl
homoeopathy in this University to un-
cover and develop any truths in med-
ical science that may add to the sum
of human comfort and happiness."
ATHLETIC BOARD CONSIDERS,
PETITION FAVORING ROWING
(Continued from Page One)
proposals from various alumni inter-
ested in the project indicate that the
cost can be reduced to a minimum.
The board approved the football
schedule for next year as arranged
last week at the Conference meeting,
and the list of athletes awarded let-
ters in football, the insignia to be
given out next Wednesday at a stu-
dent mass meeting.
CORRECTION
As the Sunday Magazine section
came off the press, it was noticed that
a mistake in the headline over the let-
ter from "One of Many Nauseated
Readers" had been overlooked. The
headline should read "Booh!" instead
of "Bosh!"
In 1910 the negro population of
Michigan was 17,115.,.

Want Ready Money
Here 's a way to get it
aa
TE'LL wager that ready money would
prove mighty welcome just now.
Here's a good way to get considerable of
it with scarcely an effort:
Take all the used suits, trousers and
shoes that you're not using, that you never
will have any further use for, and sell
them.
We'll pay you highest cash prices.
Telephone 26o
We 'll call at once
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Opposite Court House on Fourth

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Saturday only
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Nights 50c to, $$

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Week Beginning
T0N IGIIT
Sunday, Dec. 11

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T HE recipients of useful gifts
are doubly thankful to the
giver because of the everyday use
which they can make
of the remembrances
received.-
We are showing a.
silk electric study lamp
which would be a grace-
ful addition to any girl's
study room.
For men, we are equipped to
supply razors of all styles and

prices. The new Gillette as well
as the dollar Gem. Also shaving
brushes and supplies.
For the boy, a well
built sled or the begin-
ning of a tool chest.
Household and kitch-
en additions: Casse-
roles, engraved Pyrex
dishes, Community
plate by the set or individual
piece.

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