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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

tions of interest from these remark-
able showings which are newly assem-
bled, but any argument tending to
show that New Yorkers in general are
a wasteful lot would have some diffi-
culty in maintaining itself unchal-
l engedl.

Publication in
the University.
Volume 3

the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 D. M. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
SUNIIAY, NOVE3IBER 12, 192 Nnimber

To th Deans:
There will be no conferences of the Deans on Nov. 15. The next con-
ference will take place Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 10 a. m.in the President's
offce. M. L. BURTON.
'reshmeu and Sophomores:
following the usual custom and with the consent of the Deans of their
respective Colleges, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Literary College and
'College of Engineering and Architecture will be excused from classes on
Saturday morning, November 18th, in order to participate in the annual
inter-class contests. M. L. BURTON.
To the members of the Faculty:,
-A system of campus guides has been established in connection with the
office of the Dean of Students. This service will be furnished free to any
member of the faculty who wishes to have a guest or friend from out of town
shown about the campus. The guides are in possession of information con-
cerning t e building program as well as the structures already erected.
Guides will be on duty from 9 to 12 and from 1:30 to 4:30 week days and
from to 12.on Saturday. When such service is desired it is merely neces-
sary to call the office of the Dean of Students and request that a guide be
sent. J. A. BURSLEY
Faculty Directores:
A supply of Faculty Directories just received has been sent to the Secre-
tary of each-Schooll and College, from whom members of those faculties can
obtain them. A supply has alsoteen putin the Dean's Messenger Boxes for
the x embers of 'the Literary Faculty.
An y other, university officials desiring copies can secure them from the
sARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Prospeetive Ten ehers, Seniors and Graduate Students:
$The Bureau of Appointments will hold its annual enrolmenit for the
year, Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 4 o'clock in the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All
those who desire teaching positions for February or September should en-
rol at this time. Registration at the time of the regular enrolment is free,
but a fe of one dollar 'is required for late registration.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Public Lecture:
Profeseor Thomas Whittemore, the American Director of the Egypt Ex-
ploration Society, will give an illustrated lecture in Room D of Alumni Me-
morial Hal on Tuesday, November 14, at 4:15 P. M. Subject: Recent Exca-
vations of the Egypt Exploration Society at Tell El Amarna. The public is
cordially invited. LEROY WATERMAN.
Zoology I: -
Members of my quiz section meeting Monday at 8 and 9 o'clock should
bring blme books. The written work will cover only the'day's assignment,
not a eView. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Faculty Concert:"
.The, next concert in the series of complimentary Faculty Twilight Re-
citals -will take place in Hill Auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4:15 when
the University Symphony Orchestra, S. P. Lockwood, conductor, will make
its first appearance. Soloists for the Orchestra will be Mr. and Mrs. Wi-'
lian Wheeler, tenor and soprano, and Mr. Nicholas Falcone, clarinetist.
- The following program will be given:
Overture, "Meeresatille und Gluck-liche Fahrt", Op. 27 (Mendelssohn);
Concertino for Clarinet, Op. 26 (Weber); Serenade for Strings, Op. 20 (Ed-
gar); Gavotte, orchestrated by Albert Lockwood, (Gluck-Brahms); Praelu-E
dium, F-major (Jaernefelt); Duet Faust and Margherite, from "'Faust. Act
11 (Gounod); Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op. 52- (Schumann).
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Central Leagi Debates:
The foIlowing remain on the debating squad: Specter, McFarland,
Seder, Glasgow,, Hodgnian, Donahue, Cook, Clardy, Dunn, Backatrom. The
next meeting will be Saturday, Nov. 18, at 8 a. ni. sharp. Speakers will come
in the order above given. Each will have seven minutes for constructive
speech and five minutes for a rebuttal speech. Keep the same sides as in
the last tdyout. All will come at eight and stay through the entire program.I
RAY K. IMMEL.
emen's Research Club:
-There will be a meeting of the Women's Research Club on Monday,
Noemberi 13; in room Z231 Natural Science Building.
ELIZABETH L. THOMPSON, Secretary.
E YO KH SAIE comparison. The depositors of 1897
howed an average savings account
of $432.51 while the depositors of to-
+day show an average savings deposit
UT TWO ILLI of $1,231.55.
"Those who analvze the significance
of figures may draw various deduc-
ONE IN EVERY FOUR HAS MONEY
iT BANK; DEPOSITS AVER.
AGE $1281.

Theaters

R. 0. T. C. Band Receives Instruments
With the arrival a few days ago of
a. large shipment of band instruments,
the R. O. T. C. now has a virtually
complete set of instruments for the
mae of its band. All sections are now
complete with the exception of bess
lorns, altos, and cornets.
Notice
We wish it brought to the attention
-f all men seeking excellent board at
reasonable rates that Mrs. L. Case-
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dice against the younger generation.
Flappers in the bastract, are abhor-
rent to him. But this flapper rather
fascinates him by her exuberant youth
and as the girl is intrigued by th
older man, there ensues a rivalry be-
tween aunt and niece for the favor of
Ames. Now ensues a complication.
Evidence piles up that Isabel is a
marvelously preserved relic of Civil
War days. She has another niece
about 60 years old. Ames' puzzledem-
barrassment gives point to all this
and Isabel's whimsical pleasure in the
whole episode endows it with lovely
charm. The clever supporting com-
pany includes Coates Gwynne as Wil-
liam Ames, Don Harrington as John-
nie White, Mary Wall as Florence, the
flapper, Lisle Leigh as Aunt Ellen,
Harry 'K. Fowler as the Station
'Agent, 'Rene D'Arcy as Mattie, Fred
Coulter as Henry.
G ARRICK( (Detrot)
"The Circle," co-starring Mrs. Les-
lie Carter and John Drew, will be
given its first- Detroit presentation to-
night at the Garrick theater. Mrs. Car-
ter's return to the stage in this play
after a seven years' absence abroad
has received a tremendous welcome
from the New York and Chica pub-
lic. This winter's tour of the elwyn
production includes the longst list of
consecutive bookings ever planned in
advance for a theatrical production.
The appearance of "The Circle" of-
fers an exceptional opportunity to lo
cal audiences since this' attraction has
been secured on its initial tour of the
country instead of the usual second
year of its presntation. Mr. Drew and
Mrs. Carter will be supported by the
same brilliant cast which reveals the
secret of the play's success: Ernest
Lawford, Jerome Patrick, Clara
Moores and Robert Rendel.I
SHUBERT-11ICHIGAN (Detroit)
Paul Kester's romantic historical
drama, "When Knighthood Was in
Flower," will be revived this week at
the Shubert-Michigan by Miss Bon-
stelle and her players.
The play which formed an admirable
vehicle for the talents of Julia Mar-
low'e, affords excellent modern ro-
mance and' comedy. As Mary Tudor.
the fiery, piquant, enchanting sister of
Henry VIII, Miss Ann Harding is af-
forded a fascinating role, while Calvin
Thomas is cast as Charles Brandon,
the impetuous lover. The first act
takes place near the River Landing in
Windson Rock, the second Princess
Mary's apartments in Bridewell
House, London, the third the Great
Room of the Bow and String Tavern,
Bristol, and the fourth scenes in Paris
and England.
Archaeology Museum Receives Gift
Additions have been made to the
museum of Archaeology in the form
of a donation of Indian relics present-
ed by the Museum of American Ar-
chaeo'ogy and Ethnology, Cambridge,
Mass. The specimens are of flint,
bone, stone, shell, pottery, and hema-
titp. There are several hundred speci-
mens from California, the plains re-
gions, and the southern states, but
I the majority were collected in New
England.
Michigan Song Books, Memory}
Books, Book Ends, and Jewelry at
Wahr's.-Adv.

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dea that the term "New Yorker" is
ynonymnous with prodigality in ex-,
enditures for unimportant things, ex-
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ig and outlay for bright light amuse-
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