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DILY OPPFICIA L BULLE TIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 3 SI.NAY, %CTOBER 29, 122 Number 31
To tihe Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans Wednesday morning, Novem-
ber 1, at 10 o'clock, in the President's office.
M. L. BURTON.
Graduate Women:x
The Women of the Graduate School will hold their next regular tea at
the home of Dean Hamilton, 1122 Hill street, 4:30 to 5:30, Tuesday, Octo-
ber 31. JEAN HAMILTON,
Dean of Women.
Cemmunicatlons for the Board of Regents:
The next meeting of the Board of Regents will be held Friday, Novem-
ber 24. Communications for the Regents, in order to be presented at that
time, must be received at the Presilent's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday,
November 16. No communications received later than this time will be pre-
sented. M. L. BURTON.
Extra Concert Series:
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor, Ina
Bourskaya, Soprano, will open the Fourth Annual Extra Concert Series,
in Hill Auditorium, Monday, Oct. 30, at 8 p. m. Eastern Standard time.
The following program will be given: Overture to "Oberon" (vonWe-
ber); Symphony No. 1, C Minor, Opus 68 (Brahms); Air of Lel, from the
opera "Sniegourotchka" (Rimsky-Korsakoff) and Ballade, from the opera
"Rognieda" (Seroff); Madame Bourskaya; Overture "1812" Op. 49 (Tschai-
kovsky.4
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Acolytes:
A regular meeting of Acolytes will be held Tuesday evening, October
31, at 8 o'clock in Room 106 Mason Hall. Mr. Baym will read a paper en-
titled "The Aesthetics of Lafcadio Hearn."
HOWARD D. ROELOFS.

WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
le submitted by 4>:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
SUNDAY
9:30-University Men's Bible Club
meets, Upper Room, Lane Hall.
12 :60-Iiflpise guild ciass meets in
Baptist Guild house across street
from church.I
3:00-Phillipine-MNichigan club meets
in Lane hall.
6:00-Baptist guild social half hour in
church. Refreshments.
6:30-Baptist guild evening meeting,
led by Miss Florence Gillis. Sub-I
ject: "How to Spend a Life." Spe-
cial music; contralto solo by Miss
Thelma Stealy.
7:00-Dr. J. H. Kaplan, of Cincinnati,
will address meeting of Jewish Stu-
dent Congregation.
MONDAY
5:30-Ititute of Religi.aus Education
banquet, First Baptist church par-
lors.
7:00-Wayfarers club meets, room 302,
Union.
Q-NOTICES
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this sumner by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.

Churches ment has charge.
(Continued from Page One) Dr. R. P. Shepherd of hicago, will
Un~tria spek a theChuch o Chist(Di-
Unitarianciples) this morning on. "Jesus and
What is termedas "Exploring the thetChild". Christian Endeavor will
Subconscious", will lie delivered at meet at 6:30 o'clock .
the Unitarian church this morning by Sunday services for men are held in
the Rev. Sidney S. Robins. At the the "Upper Room' of Lane hall, from
Young People's meeting at 6:30 o'- 9:30 to 10:15 o'clock.
clock, Mr. Ralph Carson, recently
American Rhodes scholar at Oxford
University will speak on "The Duty
of a Christian State".
Evangelical
A church service conducted in the ft
German language will be held at 10:30 N e w Cs t so
o'clock this morning at the Bethle-
hem Evangelical church. It is thefo
Reformation Day service. Rev. C. C. o ls
Haag of Detroit will preach.
SChristian Science
The subject at the First Church ofR e
Christ Scientist this morning is, "Ev- 2 tCuIe-
erlasting Punishment". Sunday schoola
at 11:45 o'clock.
Methodist -
The morning service of the First
Methodist church will take place at
10:30 o'clock. Rev. A. W. Stalker, D. ednesday
D., has chosen for his, topic, "I Appeal
to Caesar". Bible classes for stu-
dents will be held at 12:00 noon in
Wesley hall. Dr. A. W. Stalker will___________________
lead the Wesley Guild Devotional
meeting at 6:30 o'clock this evening.
Mrs. Dan. B. Brummitt of Chicago
will speak at 7:30 o'clock on "Pa GOO D
triotism Plus".

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To have a suit master-cleaned is to know that your
clothes not only look their best but that they are also
in better condition because of the treatment they
have received..
The Ann Arbor Steam Dye Works

204 East Washington Street

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Many Welfare Organizations
Ask Help In Community Drive

There will be a regular meet-
ing Hof the staff of The Sunday
Magazine at 2 o'clock tomor-
row in the reading room of The
Daily. All staff writers be pres-
ent.

Presbyterian
"The Test of Integrity" is the sub-
ject of the sermon which will be giv-
en at the First Presbyterian church
by the Rev. L.sA. Barrett, D. D. Pro-
fessor W. D. Henderson will conduct
the Student class at 12:00 noon. In
addition to the regular service of the
Young People's meeting at 6:30, Mrs.
Cyril Haas of Constantinople will
speak. The World Service Depart-

GOODS

Something individual
and exclusive, artistic
and conservative. Your
Christmas sentiment ex-
pressed in a photograph
by

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Every child and animal has a friend
in the H um ane Society, w hich w as es- M A S U II t e n y -ix ye rs ag .1o m
is twenty-SIx years a o Soe
times children have to be protected HHERSR 011 H1
even from their own parents. This REeyAedrALSed1erieHEa[
society renders varied servicp to ani-
mals: stock lft unsheltered in the Beginning Tuesday, rehearsals for
snow are given care; stock brought to "The lnight of The Burning Pestle'
market are watched that they will be held at night as well as in the
may not be packed so closely that afternoon. Up to -tiis time the cast
they cannot breathe; horses, lame or has practiced in Sarah Caswell Angell
with sores on the neck caused by hall. The evening rehearsals this
heavy collars, 'are removed from week will be in Newberry hall audi-
work; dogs left on leashes without torium.
food or Water are cared for; chick- The rehearsals schedule for the
ens with their feet tied are released. week . is as follows: Monday at 3 o'-
State laws govern cases of cruelty to clock, Act I, scenes 1, 2, 4, Act II
children and the humane officer re- scenes, 1, 4; 4 o'clock Prologue, Act I
ports offenders to the proper officials. scene 3, Act II scenes 2, 3, 5, 6. Tues-
A city ordinance relates to cases of] day at 3 o'clock, Act III scenes 1, 2,
cruelty to animals. 5; 4 o'clock, Act I scene 1, Act II
Another welfare agency in Ann Ar- scene 8, Act III scene 5; 7o'clock
bor is the Anna Botsford Bach Home. Acts I, II, III, Wednesday at 3 o'clock.
Here eleven old ladies are finding a Act IV scenes 1, 3, 4; 4 o'clock, Act
quiet harbor for their later years IV scene 5; 7 o'clock Act IV entire.
Most of them are past eighty years of Thursday at 2 o'clock Act V scene 1;
age. They are cared for by a matron, 3 o'clock, Act V scene 3; 4 o'clock,
an assistant matron, and an occasion- Act V scene 2; 7 o'clock Act V en-
al nurse who is called. The Home has tire,
been run on $200.00 ' a month, plus -___
the income from an endowment fund FERRIS ENDS LOCAL CAMPAIGN
of $15,000.00 made up of entrance fees, FOR SENATORIAL CANDIDACY
together with gifts ftom friends.
Mrs. S. W. Clarkson, president of th, Woodbridge N. Ferris, former gov-
Old Ladies' Home association, states ernor of Michigan, was the principal
that the Home could not be maintain- speaker at a banquet held last night
ed for less than $250.00 a month, were 'in the Union in culmination of a two
it not for gifts of food supplies. Sel- week's campaign among the people
dom do these contented ladies Yen- of Ann Arbor for his candidacy to the
ture forth from their haven, except I senatorship of the state of Michigan.
for an occasional drive to church with The campaign during the past two
a friend. Plans are being made for weeks has been carried on by the
an additional building which will ac- Non-Partisan Fe' ris-for-Senator club,
comodate about eight more ladies.
There are many waiting to enter. Kipke's young brother will face
The Community Fund; associatior Harry next Saturday as a member of
drive which will begin oneSunday, the M. A. C. aggregation.
Nov. 12, will try to raise money to al-
leviate these difficulties. Michigan Daily and Chimes for 1;4.50

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RIDE FOR EXERCISE
There is no better exercise than riding. If you are physically
tired or mentally bored, a brisk trot around the boulevard will
work wonders. In one short hour you will have gained a
new lease on life.
THE MULLISON STABLES
326 East Ann Phone 87

are of prime importance
to all merchants
but of still
Greater Importance
to the pharmacist.
In no line of business
does the public rely more
upon the merchant
for quality than
the pharmacist,
for sick room and
nursery needs.
That is why we put
so much care into
all our work at

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PhOTOGRAPHE&

UNITED CIGAR STORE

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PRICES
Virginia Brights Cigarettes, per carton........+
Prince Albert, Velvet, 16-oz. Tins, $1.35; Jars.

.....$1.20
...$1.45

The Quarry
Drug and Prescription Store
G. CLAUDE DRAKE
PROPIETOR
Phone 308

Nov>is the time to arrange
for your 'Ensian sitting. De-
lay means haste and confu-
sion.

Barking Dog, Never Bite Smoking Tobaccos 1 5-8 oz.$ .30
$5.0o Gillette Razors (3 blades free) .............$ .99
$5.00 Auto Strop Razors ... ..................$ .89
1 Doz. Gillette Blades .......................$.79
2-Doz. Auto Strop Blades ..... . ...............$ .45
2 Dozen Pipe Cleaners ... ..... . . ............$ .05
$4.50 Milano Pipes (Guaranteed) ...............$3.50
$1.00 Orlando Pipes........... ...........$.. .49
$2.00 Prince of Wales Pipes..................$ .99
Playing Cards (Poker Cards) ........25c, 35c, 45c, 50c
The Right Store With the Right Price

STATE STREET
CALL 303-W
for appointment.

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'Ensian photographs

-- remember that all this
Michigan Cafeteria talk
about low prices is only a
secondary argument for

give

the best results

Special Fountain Service

SANDWICH ES
HOT COFFEE
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CREME PUFF SUNDAES
MALTED MILKS
FRIUIT SALAD

your eating here.

The

real reasons are that qual-
ity is highest and variety
greatest of a ny establish-
ment in town !

Portraits
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619 East Liberty Street

A BIG MEAL FOR A LITTLE MONEY

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