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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\i

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DAILY . OFFICIA'L BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:20 p. m. (11;30 a. nm. Saturday.)
Volume 3 TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1922 Number 38
To the Facvjiy:
Professors and instructors who wish to have their checks deposited
nmonthly, may arrange to do so by calling at the Secretary's office before
Nov. 26. SHIRLEY W. SMJITH, Secretary.
To the Ocans: {
There will be no conIferences, of the Deans on Nov.: 8 or Nov. 15. The
next conference will tape lac~e Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 10 a. m. in the Presi-
dent's office. M. L. BURTON.
"Notie Rltegardiig 'Wsonsiin ae Tiekets:
All of the tickets for the Wisconsin-Michigan football game, Nov. 1S,
have been sold. The Athletic Association, however, is holding one reserved
seat ticket for each holder of stu~dent or faculty coupon book. This reserved
seat will be available up to and including Nov. 15. Thereafter coupon
books will only be good for general admission.
The rights to purchase the three additional tickets extcnded to the
alumrni and students must necessarily expire with the disposal of all the
tickets. The privilege extended to alumni and students to purch1.~se the three
additional tickets in this respect is equal.
FIELDING 1-. YOST.
Commiittee on Traveling Expeiisesi:
The Commilttee appointed by the President to consider the problem of
traveling expenses. .will nrot meet this afternoon at 5, as previously an-
nounced. The time of the next meeting will be announced by the chairman.
F. E. ROBBINS.
Amnerican C(hemical Society, 11 of M. Section:
A regular meeting of the local Section will be held today, October
19 at 4:15 p. rn.l in room 303 of the Chemistry building.
Professor E. D. Campbell will 4peak on "A Carbide Theory of Permanent
Magnetism".
All interested are invited to attend.
C.- C. MELOCIIE±, Secretary.
Players (',til,:
Freshmuen members of the club, all members of the staff, and cast of
"The Roadhouse in Arden" will meet in Sarah Ca swell Angell Hall this aft-
ernoon at 2:15 for a short but important meeting.
R. S. TU BBS, President.
Iiiterf .ate'n ity Conference:
A regu lar meeting of the Interfraternity Conference will be held this
evening, Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 7:30, in Room 304 Michigan Union.
11. S. KILPATRICK, Secretary.

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7, at 6:05 o'clocek. Pro,'. W. I-1.
Hobof the geologydeatn,
will peakon the relative attitudesc
rccl eol t ,some of' is x'ert
experiences. Adtmission bye an
bhij ca:rd. L un hod etson
:alo a Michgan Unon dek and

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11CE-M-Cop)' for this column should
be subitnitted by ):30 o'cloch of
the day, before puablication.

~ :~-Me fugof CilheTuesi slue. saff YE1J~I)ii
'tryouts in Press building.j f fTI tlfif Illll
ITi chbigan Union.j
6 : - 11--Pess (1cl* ub eii m rs
by Prof. W. H. l lobbs, rot :u EIOI11SEIMAiIET
M\ichigan Union./ E(OOTIJ.AE
7 0~Is tIeof 84,11gioos Educalli l f
mneets in Lane ball.
~':f-tkeclbincet's in tas+by .11x1.1
of the Union. 1;y XN:rtue()f their decisive victory
:1 1:to- igiiia ; llp l°: v1a meets hi o~er Kalamazoo high school Saturday'
room 3026 of the Union. 27-4. {and their six conseciiti me ins
7:1. --Mft. Clemnei lb nmews in Ifou ,, previou.s to that, it seemls as thoug,',hj
325 of the Union. Coachl Halloway's Ainn Arbor high
o :'30-Adephi iHouse of R, pr stnk- scl~o:l eleven will make a st rong bid
tives mecets in Alen, hi roo n, fct-ui b o fiall-state hionors. They have yet
sfloor of Universpity hall. to play the hardest games on their
.. e) 1Gtie und Up ('-Iltdi IA:1St iu~io t FUn-.'I scele bu '1).t, ba3rring accidents, little
ionl. trw'uble should be encountered. Sag-,
naw will he nmet next Saturday on
WEB-N.ESDAY Wines field, Pontiac a week later, and
-: 15- Twilig-htf organ recital by "" ;., in the last gamne of the season, the
Earl V. Moore in Hill auditorium. ]Purple and White will face Coach

ehminh eiswil eh laedoff
Detrit Ester isgoing tihrough a
remrkale ea on asis aMu- kegon.
iirquett=isUIoefirst Upe eninsula
? "? o 1 1TCall e eer to beie iou sly(con-
siuee~lfor ll-tatehonrs.Goodl
teauu; hae en turned out every yealr
in the north country but' due to trav-
el inconveniences 1) tw\'een the two
peninsulas, no contestsf have been ex-
chan ged. It wx'll take an elimination!
seisto determine jest how good
Ann arbor possesses one. of the
cl)diesL teams in its history and1 with
C(Ot L h Hoilway's drill in -aerial p~lays,
ahe have delop ed one of the smooth- i
("t scoring macehines ever seen on a!
<;,le iIinsp;ect Artillery Unit I
Col. W. E. Cole, from the office of
,the chief of, the coast artillery corpsI
at Wa! shington, D. C;., wvill be here!
Tueda for f sI~eetion of the local1
unit ol: the coast; artillery corps.
I VICTOR I ALIMEM)INGER
PANO J .4J
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R. W. S. MILLSJ
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Office Hours Phon1e
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rectory are av-ailable a ale -t
in the caimpaign ye- j . ' );mething? A 'classified in
seven hundred coph &o < ,it will find it.-Adv.

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post 303, meets at Union.
L-NOTICES
All students fromi Clev-eland, 01io, and
suburbs are urged to attend a meet-
ing of the Cleveland club in room
306, Michigan Union, Tuesday, at
7:30 o'clock. Plans for a dance in
Ann Arbor and one in Claveland are
being formulated. Important busi-
ness relating to Michigan Union op-
era will be considered.
There is yin exhibition of thes;pnjint-
ings of Nicolas Roerich, noted Rus-
sian artist, daily in the West Gallery
of Alumn~ti Memorial hall. This cob-
lection is placed on disntlav under,
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art
association.
'Westerners clab fall dance Will 1w I
held Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Pack-
and academy. 'Tickets may be re-
1sered now by call C. F. Galloway,
t2593"1.
Students' Press club liinelwon mlnd
meeting will be held at the Mich-

Wiith Kalamazoo eliminated, the
race develops into a four cornered af-
fair 'with Detroit Eastern, Ann Arbor,
lduskegon, and Marquette as the pace
setters. It is difficult to dope a winner
in this race and in all probability a
,ORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedule in Effect October 18, r922
Central Ti~rve (Slow Time)
. AM. P.MN. P.M.
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FLfORIDA UNIYERSITY FALLS TO
HIARVARI) TE AMSATTACI(
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 6.--Harvard
repulsed another Southern invasion
today, defeating the University of
Florida 24 to 0.
The team with the alligator mascot
was -unable to cope with the Harvard
system of football play. Harvard,
with only a .few regulars, stopped al-
most at inception all the Southern-
ers' attempts at score, forced the Flor-
idans in fumbles, and piled up the 24
points on three touchdowns and three
subsequent, goals, with one goal fromf
the field.
IffORSEA('K POLO 1IECO}MG

tunies Japanese have played a game of
polo, which, while akin to the game
:)f that name known to westerners in
that it is played on horseback, has few
other points of similarity. The game;
has been taken up as played in
Americea and England,' and officers and
officials of the imperial household are
gaining some efficiency.
75 FREShME N, 70 TARSITY BAS-
Berkeley, Calif., Nov. 6.-More than
75 freshmen and 70 Varsity tryouts
fsigned at the basketball, rally last
night in H-armon "gymnasium.
toinuiji tee tO 'ItapUle Dance Tickets

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POPULAR SPORT IN JAPAN D :aince tickets for the Aristice dlay,
-- dance to be given at Barbour' gymna-
Tokio, Japan, Nov. 6.-Japan may sium will be distributed by the V eter-
rn a few years have a team competing ans memorial committee of the Uni-,'
for the polo championship. For cen- versity.

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