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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'___

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University.
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U1 1 UIFUL IIUts!LfII
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:20 0. m. (1:; Opa. .Baturday.)
THURS DAY. IDECEM[BER'7, 112 umber .69

I

Uui't' rsilty ectures : _^$n ,h;
P'rofessor'A. Sommerfeld of the niety of vtail iu 1e aseies
of four lectures on the general subject pf4oi4 tritr, thie week i
the West ILecture Room of the -Physical", ortry.
ProfsrPBadSommerfeld is undoubtedly On oft ~laigMathenatical
physicists of Erope 4nd has- made fi i~s tal tiibbfr. to the fields
tf bth 'hysics and Mathemnatics. II.)tf},boti onk, iti trutures
is authoritativ nf.
The ijtres will be given at :iioWnt ! 1 3huti carand ri-
dy. The time osf tfe taturday ectuire wvill 'biouii&1 gamr
The subject of the Wdnesday lecture:}. is 'b1i'Q1 id Hliun" and
that of Thursday "Atomic Structure adteik4c~~e"
~ ~ OBIS.
tnivrsit Letres:
The Univrity lectures ?yDr. Ef)4 'A pit; Aithrpoist of te
Victria Memoril Museumi, ttawa, a.ia4, whhih ie Ucvidably post-
poned are now scheduled to be given at $ . i, n. o14MOway Jan. 22, and at
4:15f p.,im. Tuesday, Jan. 23, inkthe Natural ci eeAu ito~iuin The subjects
oC the two lectures are "The Wet Coast J d tys of Cn a and "The Art
of the Indians of Canada"' The public is ,crdislly,' invited.
~'.' It, A01INS.
Consular Servrice:,_,, '.
A'limited number of pamphlets have; beI i.r e3+eit this offie for dis-
tributon amaong Stdents who re 'ikt' 4e i't1# X° t' 66A Consular
Servilce:' Professor rane of the Poflti l bceixcd r trna:ha agreed to
consult with tudents interested in tbA d 1i h a. i n: 't solck Thurs
day afternoon .in Room 406, Library, Hrto t bWdki4M asii*#uuy an-
nountced.. J'A. TRSIEY.
Fellowships and Sholaships t Othr -0lir t~eos, .
students wishing iformation about eloweips aFnd ' ehlarships for
graduate study. at other unversities in ti country r ibro d my apply
at" the' ffice of the Graduate School, wghere specil bulltis and dat-
alogues.are kept on .fle. _ . . ALFR i i. D I I. LL.OY.
euty, TCollege of Literature, ciene. ad the rts:"
There will be no ecember meeting 6f the Factilynd the next regular
meeting' will be hield Jan. 22. ily that timeo the Comhnittee o Crrespond-
ence Courues will 'be ready to make its repogrt.
F ,r^v'..' Y, % JOHlN 'R. EF INGER.
tCo1lees of E:rineerlgn,R d Arcidktei'
Senors iining1wrk in Februar r' b id cml t th~ e etarys Of-
11fice,j 0Ro 2 ;,aat, chek Up thefir cri' '
Thy;?oreign tudent'I1 oIay:s
Lansing,.: Micigan? has sent _an invitatfionsto t At4ets from other
land~j' the Ui*ritytto spend their Christnd i¢ itpinf>asing. The
nm ;b h wsh informationi about this.inyittion Wi $*se Bro rt .as soon
as possible.<to 3.a A. C. HilderRoot<sm ab2, tlixlvrty, 1al, Ms, T., Thr.,
fr., 44 p. in. Thle women interested ard °asked t, fepot topan i .am-
iton ait her regualr cosuttion hurs. ,. ,, _ -
MaT kep md seiSter wrtten quiz in P'11 3-A Steg .1C. **ilDNfe~R.
Set.aturd ay mnornIng, Dec. 9, at 9 a. .., in Rom 11Rconoinicgybuilding.
Mid we'noser °written .quiain polittical cinW4 41ilbe giien net
Friday ,mornn, De, °S.at >9 a. in.,Bingcse oos RES.
t oo t 1 t11(1 GOra~hia JurnalClb:
Th~ere will be a netng of te: Club ii Rcatm G'4, laturael Sience'
bail ig; on Thursday, IDec..7 A , p p.7:3) u . "
argrain-"Tae Coatton ituaion"' l~ro:'thee, Yea.' Bok of-'ho ,h
U.S. earmet oft grculture. ;Revevd y roeso ?,i~l~irry.
All interested are crd ially invited t attP~d.
I;. lid t, seartary.
Oiratorical ,AssocIatlgon Letre: ' ...t
GlMen Franak,. the brillant young dt or o the Cetur t$ka ie, will
4eliver:txe ffth lecture. onlthe Oratrical A 4ssoiaon :Leture Corse to-
ight t 8o'lock in Hill'Auditorium.,Iit 1a11bettali,1 bhg'tihe Apraching;
Renaissance of Western Civilization.
inglfsb D)epartment ta Enginering olles
The lEnglish Dpartment in the Eugizerin g , i, i1l mteet at the
' Union fo4 luncheon Thursday, De. 7, at 12 'clock.,
hand eearsl at 7 p.in:, Thursday, t.his wee)k, Nlbrry'Mal.
'" ~FRFIDEZRICK W.I OOr 4Cap1t. .5. 0.
PENN ~A PT TO FIGHTTSXLIBTE
<li4nt kei*, AA dese lettuce are di-
4J M E N lii l yed intbe a ed ehbit which
-: , eceili _ h aweciens cn
* fiy*. ar tthe clection
UIJ: ERY SITYr OF CALIFORNIA WILL o p yPo. l. I"~ Pvis of Lbs
DO ITS BEST TO UPHOLD b.}t~y d W *t b4t. e collections
WEST wh t14!,iet to f yet weeds of all N
kU~~ ,~ tre4andbrought t-
I .v Angeles, Dec.; 6.-Roth the stu q gt r y 'plpdu~rig the past,
dent body and faculty of the Univer- snip er8wle, $ as at the biologi-
st C alfri xrse rtfis;nott ' e ttday+ at= the se ection 'yesterday aSt pcinp~ wre taken from the

of the Trojans by the Pacific coastj shore and 4 .grsorf Monterey bay.
co-nference to represent the, west California. Semi' o the sea' plants in
Pgainst the .Penn State eleven In* the these 'water4 ' Aong them the giant
annual east versus wrest football game,; kelb and the red 'algae, grow.t to a
at Pasadena, New Year's day, length of rdore than 150 feet..
"We will do our best to: uphold the#
wost," said university officials. The * No ti Rush Yet
members of the football squad were AsId6 fromt a 'slfl lit inicreaise in for=
variously quoted as saying "hot dlog," ei~n mail the local 'post offie ~reportF
and "let us at 'em." The Trojans will that there ig as, yet 'little ev~dence of
resume training when Coach Elmer the ctniog holiday irush which postal
Hlenderson returns from the annual auithorities stitte will not begin for
Contference mxeetng Dec. 9 at Sep.ttle. about two weeks.

' HAT'S -GOING ONd
NOfTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
Ethe day before publication.
THURLSDAY
4 :00-5. C. A. cabinet meets in Lan:
hall.
4:00-Freshman ii; class) meets iht
room 205, Mason hall.
4 :45-MLtcuiganenslaux editorial meet.
lug. Upper staff only.
7:s00-J7ewish Students' Congregation-j
1al choir meets in Lane hall.
7:00-Sigma Delta Chii meets inl un-
ion.
7:00l-Youngstowrn - Michigan club
meets in Union.
7:00--University Liberal club meets inj
room 302, Union. Rev. H. A. Jump,

7 :W0--Meeting of St. Pauat's Lutheran
Young Peoples' society postponed
until Thursday, Dec. 14.
7 :45-Mr. R. I). Parker, of New York
City, speaks in Natural Science au-
ditorium on "The Social and Econo-
mic Significance of Engineering De-
velopments in Simultaneous Trele-
graphy and Telephony."
8 :1 5--Fifth performance 'It Whitney
ttheater of Union opera, "In and
I Out.",
till group picetures for the 19213 Mich.
iganensian must be taken during
the month of January. All frater-,
nities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their 'space in the 'Ensian, before
these pictures can be taken.
Patronize Daily ad'vertisers.-Adv.I

IRVING WARMOLTS, D.S.C.
CHIROPODIST
7 06 First Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 1746-d
FRATERNITY SITE
FOR SALE
110 z 260 ft. we~ll located. Price right.
Phone 866 Elmer E. Brooks
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Building
U-i

Association

of the
University of Michigan

Student Christian

Statement of Receipts and Expenditures for tne Year Ending=august 31, 192

M7-

THE SCHOOL
PREMIEREI
HA LSEY'S D)ANCE STUDIOS
Wuerth Arcade

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RECEIPTS
Balance in bank September 1, 1921 ......................... $
Contributions:........................... .... ....
A1ummni...................... . ...... ........ ..$1,834.20
Local ............. ............................. 135.00
Faculty.... ... .......................821.00
Student°....... ................................ 1,950.57
Y Inn Profits.................. ................. .....
Rentals: ... .......... ........ ...
Newberry Hall ......... ..... ....... .$2,900.00
Newberry Residence ..... ..... ..........450.00
YInn ... .. ........... ............800.00
Auditorium, Lane Hall.:.... .................... .135.00
Income from Endowment Funds........................... .
Handbook .......... ................. ............. ..

62.04
4,740.77

989.0 5
x4,285.00

MW pw wr!

( flythei I rTTPP'iorl c hu'rch, willl. .. .. ..

speak o n"Strikes i nNe wEnglan d}
~Tetil eIndustries"
7:15-Sigm aAph aDelt ameet si nse.
s an dfloo rsmokin groo mo fUnion.
.7:1-)4een g o fAeronautica lsociet
i roo m32 3o fth eUnion
7:30-Mr .ierrea rspeak s inTappat
hal lo n LaSoea d Hispanic alec -
[q8tur eseries
,8:0--GleFrank ,editor o fCentur
ymagazine ,speaks i nHil lauditor
, :00-Christa n Sciencsociet ymeet !
i Lanhall.
3:t 8,0Seon dconcer to fNorma lcon.
'cer tcours e InPeas eauditorium,
Ypsilanti
8 :15-Fouthperformanc ea tWhitne
theater o fUnio nopera ,"I nan
FRIDA
10:00-unio rengineer smeetI n roo
34 8o fth eEngineerin gbuilding.
Importan tbusines swil l betaken
.7:30-ApmaNu tmeet si n clbroom, !
fourt hfloor ,Universit yhal

S AMCANDg it:
STEAM FITTING

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21 5 E. HURON

PHONE 214-Fl

* u;Hi3!uM;mruuu-.uhEq. ~
HEALTH HABITS'
The habit of riding has no rival among health pro-
ducing habits. An hour a day serves the double
purpose of affording exhilarating exercise and form-
ing habits of health preservation. And our cash "cou-
pon plan make's it as economical as it 'is pleasant.
THE MULLISON STABLES
326 East Ann Phone 87

Loans: ..................................... ...
H. B . Earhart .. ........................ .....:...$5000
Endowment Funds .-.............................1,250.00
Fresh Air Camp.................................. 747.70
Church Boards of Education................................
Sundries-.............. .... .......
Refunds ion accounts paid: ;....... . .... ..$!520.95
'Account luncheons, etc................ .$ X76.80
YInn................ ..I.... ......6.56
Cler'ical service ..... .............. 6.25
Fresh Air Camp.................. 431A34
Insurance refunds .. ............ ....105.88
Rent' Division gas meter..................... .. 25.00
General '{checks re-dep., etc.)........ ,...... ....... 121.86
Trust Funds ..................................

215.10.
486.50
6,997,70
79,4.00
773.69

$,159.88

The MICHIGAN __LEN____~z

LIMITED EDITIONN

75c.

WAIH ' S

UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

Total ....................................... ....$25,503.73
DISBURSEMENTS
Maintenance :......... ,.....................:. 3,489.59
Janitor ..................... .... ......$880.00
Eiquipment and' repairs.... ...............295.10
Janitors' sup~plies....... . ...... .... .............. 185.37
Insurance ................. ..........555.19
Telephone ". .. . ... ...607.76
Water... . . .. ........... .... .......45.37
*Light................ ............. ...-251.20
Fuel...... ......... .. .... ....... ....560.37
Sundries...... ......... . ... ....109.23
Salaries'... .................. .... ...... ........3,254.77
Operation:........ ......... . .. ........3,986.02
Pr~nting...... .......... .................. ..$ 373.45
Post age ..................... .............. . ... 492.51
Clerical service........................ .... .1,870.40
Regular................ .....$1,162.20
'Extr4*....................... 708;20
Office 'supplies.................................. 606.70
Traveling expense ........... .....197.30
Enitertainment .. ..37.72
Literature, 'etc...... ....... ........... 21,.83"
Sundries: .. ................ ... ..... 9.1
Old advertising accounts........$221.68
Committee collections student pledges.... 38.50
Audit,-.". '. .... ..... ......... 29.00
Typewriter repairs ................. .21.75
Caritage...... ...................... .'12.00
Alunif Cataogue Office.................11.85
Express............... .... ...1.27
Movie operation ......... ...... ........ 11.00
Mliscellaneous... ...........39.06.
Student Activiites, .:. ....".... ............ .......1,949.06
University Services ....... ,... ..............$797.25
Religious Education .................... ...... 262.62'
E~xtension Service.,.... ..... ....... ......,....:... 1.5
World 'Service :........... ................. ....... 273.09
Foreign Students.................40
Publicity..... ..... .... .............41.00 ,
Socil ... . ........... ......... ... 68.05
:Monteith Club .... ........., .... 19.5
Student Volunteers,... ... ......................... 33.66
Conferences and 'Conventions............349.83
State Student Y. M. C: A' 50.00
Sundries....................37.06
interest and :Funding:........ ..... ......,..... .....3,315.15
Loans repaid:.,:. . ...................$1,521.61
Endowmnent funds..... .. ,...... ....... $500.00,
Board mtembers' note. ........... ..... 500.00
Fresh Air Camp ........... ... 500.00
Principal large note.......... ...21.61
Interest paid,..... ...................1,793.54
F." & M. Bank.....:........ ..$1,532.16
F. & M. Bank....................... .. . .30.08
F. & M. Bank .... ... .... .......5.00
T. M.. Iden ................,...,........ 226.30

A MICHIGAN IN STITUTIOQN

Many feel that some of

0

the portions

we serve

are

enoug'h for two. They a.re!
Split them, if you prefer;
extra plates furnished free

i

Arcade C afeteria

Upstairs,. Nickels'

A rcade

THandbook....... ......................
Sundries:.... ... .................
sank charge's ........................ .{ . .. ......$ 27.73
Outside clerical charge ...-..,..3.50
Revenue stamps .........................32.50
Old account Newberry Hall .................... ... 105.50
Advertising, 1922-23 Handbook............... . 200.00
Mortgage tax..... ..................15'7.75
Abstracting........... .. ... .....86.25
Account Fresh Air Camp.............. ......365.37
Mivicellaneous'...........................98.27
Trust, Funds disbursed........... .......... ...
Bank balance August 31, 1922 .......... ..........

585.35
1,076.87

7,756.P6
89'.96

GRENWOOD

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Total. ......... ...................................$25503.73
Financial Statement-,"Y" Ian
September 1, 1921 to June 30, 1922
RECEIPTS
Gros-, Income:
Septemnber....... .................... ......$ 690.93.
October :...................................... 2,680.340.
Novemrber ..::........................... ..... 2,438.68
Dec-ember................ ................. .... 1,060.45'
January ....................... ....1876
February.....,.... ............................ 1,726.43
March.......... ....................... .... .1,831.34
April .... .................... ............... 1,444.41
Jue........................ ....ue..864..25-$16,947.54
Less bad checks returned..... ......,.....................: 47.00

For the

Next Ten Days

WE WILL OFFER A DISCOUNT OF

September, 1921, bank balance...................... .. . .. .

$16!900. 54
$16,937.64

3 - M~ _ -0 t
PluOmbing Service

---- ----mow-.

When you . buy a sewing machine, piano, or
phonograph, you pay for the same, it is delivered-
and that's the end of it.
WITH PLUMBING IT'S DIFFERENT.
From the day a boy enters the plumbing trade un-
til he makes his last trip, service is kept ever before
him.
Our success lies, in the extent to which we min-
ister to your comfort -and well-being.

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ON ALL OVERCOATS

DISBURSEMENTS

Food:
Inventory September, 1921..... .............. $ 800.00
Purchase's .. '........ . . .10,747.66
$11,547.56
Inventory September, 1922,..... ... ..... .....50.00-$11,497.56
Equipment:
Inventory September, 1921........ .............. $ 1,00.00
Purchases....................... ....528.64
$ 2,328.64
Less inventory September, 1022...... ...... ....... .2,300.00-- 28.64
Operation and maintenance........................ $ 956.50
Comm. on previous year...... ......, .. 160.00
Salaries..... ... .....................2,707.40
Rent.............. ............ ................ 800.00
Cash paid ot S. C. A................... .... 989.05
Sundries.........:...................... ......... 45.00- 17,174.15
Less decrease in inventory..... ...... ........... ........ 250.00

$70.00
$65.00

Coats now
Coats no-w.

$60.00 COats now .

, ". . . $52..00
. .. .- .$'48.00
."0 " .0.. $36.00

$55.00-
$45.00

Coats now.
Coats now .

Bank balance September, 1922..... ... ........ .... .......

$16,924.15
13.4

- U Bank balance September, 1922............................

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