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LAV, NIAY 12, 1,9123

ULLETIN
ce to all members of
11:~30 a.m eray.)

12:01-0 pen forumi, Congregatljnm gynawSillm will be open oil Str
Clhurch. Prof. S. F. Godrich will (ldy evening;, iMa y 1fro~u 7<,Q to
speak on "Poetry and Religion.' 10 ?o .lc;,i. Adi-iison free .
4:130---pen hoiuv it We sley No, ll. - -
~:30~-Social hotur aid discuission for #r
students at' Presbyterian church, lei F athers To Hear
by Lucilo Mevering, '23. ry,
;:4 -IlobairL'guiI + leaves lhirrl hal1_'" Bay City Lawyrqp
for steal: roast.
C :30--Sideut tiresido chat, "Ra;cip
Aeroplanes, Gas." Effect of modern
inventions on society.
OJ.-W&osleyan guild meets' in Ar~ethi-
odist church.

HonoarySociety
~o~ity, & I i ~-ro 11it atmu oan

IThe initiate.S Iwere Louhif. I e:'1t1r, I ltiy m hn
'214!, jMadlge 0. Walborn, '21P, tand !'2')1,andilW.
Charles 1,, Carter, '3' rf C. I!. "spoke inl 1!1'a
sto."Cktonl of the p harmlacy dearme t . . . C
wars the Speaker represen1ting thefc- udrs for thf

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0- D. MORRILL
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egular meceting of the Universlty Senate for flhe year
lield in Room C, L131 duing, on the evening Of Monu
o'clockt.
business will include:
aert of the Boaurd 'in Control of. Student Publtcions,.
tLeans' Conferen~ce on the usge and Miage oft keya of
f Secretary for the year 192.3-1924,.
JOHN W. R1i ADnlj )J,
Secretary of tho e: Bate.
lar meeting of the Senate Council 'will be nld on Monday,
min the President's office.
V. E. 111313I NS, Seeritary.
kenzie, Litt. D., LL.D., Professor of Philasoohy In the
as, formrnlry Fellow of 'the tuniversities -of Gla ov 'and
elive~r two University lectures on Motkdayt and Tuesdaty,
s folovvs: (1) "The Three-fold Commionwoaltli," Mlonday,'
T. in Natural Scienca Auditorium; (2) -l"Our Preeau Out-
V," 'Tuesday, May 16, at 2:;0 p.m., in fl.Oom Ba , LB uid-
qtr ia1 Geolog~y 2, Sliturdy, ay 1, 2:
tale the special cas' at the corniei' of 'State And Packa 9rd
the map in the Ann Arbor Iolio showing morain a aMl
ill return at noon. M'ANX LEV19fRETT.
o fletroIt, Monday, May 14, 4h2 (For Students Taking
ering courses):

T-1NTICES
S5oIrs Interested in thue business
training, course in non-technical r
subjects given by the General Elec-1
itrio company should consult Robert I
Wieneke either by phone, 1460, or
by seeing whim in room 302" of the
Union any afternoon this week.
Stag tickets for thle Senior ball, Fri-
day, May 18, may be obtained from 1
"William Galbraith, 604 South State
street. He has also a limited num-
ber of couple tickets Left.
W'i lhnses requests manuscripts for
ftho May issue be sent in as soon as
possible arnd not later than May 1.
Au exhbIton of the Birch Burdetteo
Long competition sketches, loaned
to the architectural college by "Pen-
cil Points," is now being shown in
the glazed case in the architectural
corridor, main floor, Engineering
building.
In order 'that the stud~ents and the
public may have an opportunity to
see the decorations for the archi-
tects' dance, with the special illum-
ination, used for the party, Barbour
WILLI,
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Trip thru Ford Highland Park Plant.
Trip thru Packard Motor Go.

nn Arbor on 7:00 A. MI+. Interurban Car. Chanp
o Graind B~elt city car to Woodward car. Arrive at
at abou~t 9:30. Inspectim, trip with a'pecial guide$,
nt about 12 noon.
odward car down town.
Lunch
tiot car to Nit. Elliott; change to north bound 'larper
Gbrand Blvd. Walk two blooks-east to Pac-kard maina
be no meeting of TM. E. 29 on Monday," M:Ry 14. Be'
you~r instructor' if you, expect to go. Those Who
ill on trips will be excused for ths day at the Asst.
W. E. LA ,,
meeting of the 1;niverity Rifle Club, Tuesaday, May
Union for the electionV of officers. All out."
WILLIES SIIPPAn.-

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James E. Ihuffy, Sr., '92L
Bay City lawyer and member of
the Board in Control of Athletics, who
is included among the speakers for
this evening's Fathers' Day banquet,
at thenionn
Daily Classifieds for real results.
'WILLITS
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Cream of Green Pea =
Wafers
Olives 9Celery Radishes
Roast Sirloin Bleef
Brown Gravy}
Roast Leg of Lamb, Mint Sauce
Roast Young Chicken with
Dressing
Cut Wax Beans
. Mashed Potatoes Rolls-I
Combination Ssalod . N
= Head Lettuce, -Cucumber and
Tomato "
DESSERT
= Home Made Cherry Pie
- Strawberry Shortcake with
Whipped Cream
Strawberry Sundae
Vanilla lee Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
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of the, dazzling
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created . a furore
in drama, in opera,
in song and stcory!
And now a screen
portrayal that
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'':00-Yar-ite bandneetU, tone hall,
Swear uniforms.
f2:30---Track meet, M1dil vs. 11.
lnols at Ferry field.
1 ":,W-I-anquet for F tkors i asiem-
E iy hall at the Union, show at
Mfmcs after baniquet.'
7 :00--Ulpper ItooinJBible elas meets
Iin Ljane hall.

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ineeti in Upper roj of LanehllI.
12 :C~-tne class, Church of (''M'st,
meets In Upper room of Lanue hall.
12:00--Student Bible classes meet in
~Wesley ball.

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Plant flowers and grass seed.. Trim up
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