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[LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
ion In the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
versity. Copy received until 2:20 v. in. (11: 30 a.in. Saturday.)
TUESDAY..l)ICE'.11ER. 12. 192a Nuinber 67

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place their orders before 5 p. mn. Tuesdlay, DPec. 12, either at the desk on the
second floor of the Engineering building, or with the J. F. Wuerth Co.
C. A. MILLER,
Committee Chairman.
(lass Asaernbly will be held at 8 o'clock in Room 348 on Wednesday,
Dec. 13. It. is important that every member be in attendance, as the matter
of theater reimrations and other class business will be presented for dis-
cussioni and decision. W. C. HOAD,
Class Mentor.
RIllle ;Sc r ,t:
All scores and data. w~ill be ,publishedl on the Military Science Bulle-
tin board opposite Room 239 E!ngineerinn building. Note the score made in
competition wth Georgia University now frosted.
WILLIS SHIPPAM,
Major, C. A. C.

re will be no conference of tite Deans Wednesday morning, Decem-
M. L. BURTON.'
atications to tce IBoard. of Regenuts:
e next meeting of the Board of Regents will take place Friday, Dec.
mmiunications, in order to be presented at that time, must be in the
ant's hands before 5 p mn., Dec. 14.
M L. BURTON.
ity Lecture:
Afessor A. G. Solalinde will lecture on "The Art of King Alfonso the
d"', in the Natural Science Auditorium, on Tuesday evening, Dec. 12,
mn. The lecture will be, illustrated by stereopticon and music, and
in Spanish. F. E. ROBBINS.
,Collejes of Engine ring and Architecture:
re will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Tuesday,
at 4:15 p. in., in Room 411 Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.

from 2 to 5 o'clock. any afternoon Got something for sale? A "Daily" Christmas Cards and Decorations at'
before next Wtednesday in Dr. May's; classified ad will sell it for you.-Adv. Wahr's University Bookstores.-Adv.
office.
Aill group pictures for te 1923 Mich. , -..._.._._:
'iganensian must be taken during ; fo
the month of January. All (rater- 2-
nities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for93
their space in the 'Ensian before
these pictures c'an be taken.
TconiorroW is the last day for freshman
enginers to pay their class dues at
the $1 rate. After tomorrow's class
meeting they will be $1.25

Ret urn of U. S. Gover nvent Rifles:
All students who have taken U. S. Rifles out from the. R. 0. T.
return them to the Military Department this week.
WILLIS SHIPPAM~,
Major, C. A. C.

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University Rifle{flub:
There will be a business meeting of the University Riffe Club in Room
330 Engineering building 7:00-7:45 tonight. Everyone out.
WILLIS SHITPPAM ,
Major, C. A. C.
Playerm Club:
ryouts 'for the next play will be held 2: 30-5 :00 p. m. in the Work-.
shop. Those wishing to tryout who cannot come at this time call me at
1 142M. ROSS L. TAYLOR.'

On Tuesday evening, Dec 12, at 8 o'clock sharp in the auditorium of
University Hall., members of the classes in Interpretive Reading (Pubiic
Speaking 9) will give a review of several selections of poetry. Free to
the public. 11. D. T. HOLLISTER.
The Forelgu Student's Holiday:
Lanseing, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
land% at the University to spend their .Christmas holidanys in Lansing. The
men wko wish information abrout this invitation will please report as soon
as poigsible to 3. A. C. Hilxlnef, Room 302, University Hall, M.,. T., Thr.,
Fr., 44 p. m. The women interested are asked. to report to Dean Ham-
ilton at her regular consultation h ours.
I. A. C. HILDNER.
ilfathigatical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room. 401 Mason Hall this evening at
8. Mr. H. L. Ol!son will- present "A Geometrical Application of Diophantine
Analysis." Graduate students and members of the Faculty are invited.
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.

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E :00-Prof. A. G. Solalind lectures In
Natural Science auditorium on "The
Art of Alphonse the Learned."

FORT THE REMAINDER OF
THIS WEEK. WE AR~E OF-
FERING OUR ENT°'IRE
STOCK, OF OVERCOATS
AT GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES.

NOTICE--Copy for this column should WEDN3-o cmmtEem ,boAYc
e sbmte by :0 'coko tive and appointive meet in' room.
the day before publication. 30", Union.
0:1 5-Warfarers' club meet's In' room,
TUESDAY 3. Uin
3 :0-- eeting of junior class of Schiool.7 :00-Delta Sigma Rho business meet.
of Education in room 202, Tappan ing in, room 205, Mason hall.
hall. 74 :15--Circolo Itallano banquet at Wil-
7 :00-Jewlsh: Students" congregation litts restaurant. mesi aehl.7aa oioain aoi
7 :00-"O0ral Interprotations of the templo.
Bible" class meets with Prof. R. T.7:-esrns'cumetinoo
D. Hollister in Upper room, Ladej 323, Union.
hall. :00-Dr. Lucy Elliot, of Flint, speaks -
7 :00-Varsity Glee club meet-, In read' on "What I Saw Along the Volga,"
in;g rom Union.{ in Natural Science auditorium.
7 :Q0- .F. 'W', initiation in Uion., --
7:30-Western State Normal club U-NOTICESr

Ann Arbor

VanBoven & Cress

Romance Club:
There will be a meeting of the Romance Club
Room 304 Michigan Union at 4:10 p. m.
PROGRAM
Mr. N. S. 1Bement-Balzac before 1830.
Mr. A. Herman-The Semantics of Doublets in
(reviewv of thesis by A. Menut).

Wednesday, Dec. 13, in

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and Shined
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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED

A. G. CANFIELD.
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Xatheina',Is: College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will ' be a meeting of the Mathematical Staff on Wednesday, Dec.
13' in Room 110 rappan Hall at 4 p. in. Statistics in--regard to all sections
of all courses of present semester. Consideration of: Bulletin of the com-
ing Sumhmer Session., JOSEPH L. MARKLEY.
Amerlan Cheailcal 'Society, U. of X. setion:
The. next -meeting will be held on iThursday, Dec. 14, at 4:15 p. in. in
room S03 of the Chemistry building. Professor H. B. Lewis of the Depart-
ment of Physiological Chemistry will speak on "Some Recent Advances in
the Role of Proteins in Nutrition." The Annuali Business Meeting and
1"lection of Officers will .take place immediately afterward.
C. C. MELOCIIE, Secretary.
E'.ruchilo About N(thl'ug" ehearsals:
Memnbers of the cast ,shiould report promptly for the following re-
hcarsets for this weeka:
Tuesday at 2:00, Act IV, Scene l.
Tuesday at 2:00O, Act t , Scene 4.
Tuesday at 4: 00, Act Ill. Scene L.
~Tuesd y et 4:15, Act VT, Scene 1.
Ttuesday at 5:00, Act IV, Scene 2.
Tiie day at 5:15, Act III, Scene 3.
Wednesday' at 7:00 the entire _cast will meet in room 302 Mason 1Hall.
'Thursday at' 2:"00,' Act I, Scene 1.
Tihur slay at 2:30, Act III, Scene 2.
Thursday, at 3:00, Act I1. Scene 3.
Thursday at 4:00, Act II, Scene 1.
R. D. T. 1TOLLIS TE1 .
Auid-West Debates;
The question for 'the mid-west debates is as follows: "Resolved, that
whatever statutory or constitutional changes are necessary to render ir: -
possible the use of injunctions in labor dispuftes should, be immediately
intde". This question is subject to restatement later, but thme essentials oz
the question will remain the same. This new question takes the place of
tne eune previously announced. PAY K.. IMMEL,
lIntercolleg;iate Contest Director.
Acolytes:
A regular mxeeting of Acolytes will be held. Tuesday, evening, Dec. 12,
at 8 o'clock in room 108 Mason Hall. Professor Blanshard will react a
p-aper entitled "Behaviourism as a Theory of Knowledge".
HOWARD) D. ROE LOE S,
Arch-Acolyte.

me ets.
7 :30--Engineerintg society, meeis Ell
Assembly haill, Union.
7 :80--Lantisca pc dealartrrent meets- in
room.4401, South wing.
7:30-I~o Malay rehearsal, _Harris baIl.
7 :30-hiounid.Up club nr-aets in room
30.". Union.
7 :e3{)--Simai Delta C'ii meets in U n.

pcial arrangements bkay# been made
*for students from Rochester, N. Y.,
and vicinity for a special ear to be
attached to the Wolverine next Fri-3
day at 3:55 oclock. Akllinterested
are' requested .to. call Allan Soults,
1070-M, at f 12 Church street.
All1 ixe desiring to. try out for tU4
XymnIaiurI, . team should report

625 E. Libertyj
OPEN EVENIVGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
TAKE HOME WVITH YOU A
Michigan Calenda
LIMITED SEDITION. 75c.

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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery. Fountain Pens. Loose Leaf Books
Cameras and Supplies
Candies. Laundry Agency, Tobaccos

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Juior Eng.'inee'rs:
All, members of the class desiring to

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For accommodation of returning st Idents Friday, December 15th
account Christmas Vacation following train service
Ann Arbor to Toled - will prevail:
Lv. Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M(.. 2:30 P. 31.(C.T.) 4:30 P. l.(C.T
Arr. Toledo . 2:00 P. Ml.(E.T.) 5:0.0 P. 13L(E.T.) 7 :30 -P. M(E.

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In order to protect Toledo connections a first section of Train No. 54
wlil be operated, leaving Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M. (C. T.), arriving
Toledo, 2:00 P. M., (E. T.), making no stops between Ann 'Arbor and
Toledo.
This Train Will Handle Passengersi ONLY ,for Toledo
aind Points Beyond
IWould suggest purchase railroad tickets and check baggage in ad-
vance, so as to avoidI unnecessary delay and confusion at train time.
NORTHBOUND TRAINS
Northbound trains Nos. 51 and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:10 A. M.
(C. T.) and 4:41 P. M. (C. T.) respectively connecting with Grand
Trunk, Michigan Central, Pere Marquette, and G. R. & I. for all prin-
-cipal destinations in lower and upper Peninsula of Michigan.
IN ORDER TO PROTECT DURAND CONNECTIONS, A FIRST
SECTION OF TRAIN NO. 53 WILL BE OPERATED LEAVING ANN
ARBOR PROMPTLY A 4:41 P. M. (C. T.) FOR OWOSSO, MICH.,
STOPPING AT INTERMEDIATE POINTS TO DISCHARGE PASSEN-
GERS.
For information regarding Fares, Train Schedules, Reservations,
etc., apply to J. C. Elliott, Ticket Agent, Ann Arbor Station or the

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