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THE MICHIGAN DAIL_

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DAILY OFFICIAL 'BULLETIN
rubllcatlon in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
h Trivraf P-n_ raaitr"-riHI -'Q1' n l-QA a r Q nfirm

FRI)AY, DECEMBER 1J9.1922

.. IL. a &uray
Number 70

plementary Announcement, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Material should be handed to me at once for the Supplementary An-
xicerhent of changes or additions in second semester courses. These
ild come though or be approved by the head of the department.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Foreign Student's Holiday:
Lansing, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
Is at the University to spend their Christmas holidays in Lansing. The
who wish information about this invitation will please report as soon
possible to J. A. C. Hildner, Room 302, University Hall, M., T., Thr.,
4-5 p. m. The women interested are asked to report to Dean Hamilton
er regular consultation hours.
J. A. C. HltDNE R.

double return type to attain an air shown on the map designation (20). for a photostat room where copies of
space of more than 100 miles an Industrial arts shops, laboratories rare books may be made through pho-
hour and the other, smaller in size, and lecture rooms of the physics, tographic processes. The building
expected to reach a velocity of V' 'bemistry and biology departments, will be open to all students of Amer
miles per hour. In the first one full a green house, locker and dressing can History but it is especially de-
size structs and niodel planes may rooms, a large library, a printing signed for research work.
be tested under conditions approxi- shop, a gymnasium, household arts The new Field house under con-
mating ideal flying conditions while :nd room for the psychological labor- struction by the Athletic association
the smaller one will serve for spe- atories of the School of Education will provide athletic equipment for
cial experimental work on the higher are the outstanding features of the 4200 men. The main floor will be
air speeds. building. Just the size of a football field, with a
Metallurgical laboratories will be A somewhat smaller building than wooden floor that may be removed fo1
situated near the forge and foundry indoor football and baseball practice.
shops on the top floor to the rear of those previously described but one of It will have a seating capacity of 12,-
the building. This location was em- much more complicated contructionf 500, an eight-lap-to-the-mile track, a
played so that the necessity for run- will be the new Physics building, 75-yard straightaway, several basket-
ning large ventilation ducts might be excavation and footings for which ball courts.1
avoided. have been laid. The first unit will be i

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CH RISTMAS GREETING CARDS

GIFT STATIONERY

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20 per cent Discount

Law Club 135 by 242 feet of L-Shaped design,
Perhaps the most unique of the located between the present Engineer-
buildings soon to ce constructed will ing and Medical buildings. Perhaps
the most striking thing about this
be the new Law club and dormitories sbuildingissthekdepth into the ground
structure. 'this was made possible +. which the structure extends. It
by. the donation of one of the alumni was found necessary to resort to thisl
of the University last year. This plan in order to avoid a tunnel in theI
group of buildings will face South part of the campus and to providej
University avenue and will run on -ht, sound, and vibration proof
State street down to the former Del- rooms for delicate experiments in

and 3ts:
Inot be able to meet these courses today.

M. P. TILLEY.

VIHAT'S GOING ON
ICE-Cony for this column Khould
submiltted by 5:30 o'clock of
e day before publication.
FRIDAY
k-JAw faculty luncheon in Uniou.
-Mathematics staff meets in room
o, Tappan hall.

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27 a Kappa Epsilon house. The archi-
12:00-Aounmi lunch in Union. eeture is of Gothic type and the ex-
lrior will be in a cream-colored
T'iRSDK . DEC. 23 one. Accomodations for about 15U
4:00-Church school' fectiv«l servic cnen will be provided. In addition>
and Christmas tree in H-Ia ris hall. Ahere will be a general living room
7 30-Geology smoker in assembly hail d a small library for reading and
of Union. writ ing, to be used by graduates and
7 :30-Kappa Nu smoker in Union, . members of the bar who wish to do
8 00-Exchange club dinner in room special work. The dormitory itself
318; Union. ill begin at the east end of the Law-
yer's club and will extend to the
SATURDAY, DEC. 3 4point where Tappan and South Uni-
6:30-Rotary club dinner and dance in ,rsity avenues intersect. Oakland
Union. venue will be closed and at this
6:30-Kappa Nu dinner in Union. .... part of the structure will be the larget
3_tower through which a great arch

physics. Twenty-seven rooms will be
levoted to research and numerous
classrooms with more adequate lec-I
:uro room equipment will be provid-
ed.
L Dental Building

vtomen's B11lig
More than $68,000 has been raised'
for the proposed Women's building
to stand on North University avenue
occupying the block between the Mall,
to replace Ingalls Street and Twelfth.
It will be approximately 150 by 200
feet, the tentative plans calling for a
building four stories 'high to provide
Aining rooms, offices, a cafeteria, a
small auditorium, and accomodations
for 44 guests.
The first of the new men's dormi-
tories built by private initiative is
now under way and will be complet-
d by summer. $130,000 worth of stock
has been subscribed. The building
will be of gray stone, 37 by 120 feet.:t
ind will accomodate,120 students.
New Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
and Co. State Street.-Adv.

better anywhere.
ages for mailing.

0. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
The Stationery and Typewriter Store
Open Evenings Until Christmas

Special attention given
Prices range from $1

This unusual offering of our large, choice assortment
of Hurd, Crane, Whiting, Hampshire, and other
gift Correspondence Papers is made on account of
the early closing of school. You will find nothing

to pack-
upward.

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LTURDAY
rs' club meets

The new addition to the Dental col-
lege, giving 110 additional chairsto
the clinic and several more rooms for
special work, has just been complet-
ed.
A building of the monumental type '
of Italian Renaissalice is the Clem-
ents Library, now well under way..
Entering through the pillared loggia,
the main reading room is encountered'
which will be lined with shelves con-
taining the least rare books. On this
floor will be the rare book room, to-
,other with a large office for the pro-
fessor of American History, and an
office for the custodian of the library.
On the second floor will be the office
'of the assistant professor of Ameri-
can history together, with a catalog-
uing room, a map room, and book al-
coves.

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OPEN EVENPNGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
TAKE HOME WITH YOU A {
LIMITED EDITION. 75o.

SUNDAY, DEC. 17
-Bible class for young
ets in Wesley hall, led

in Lane SUNDAY, DEC. 31
7:00-Rev. Sidney S. Robbins and Mrs.
Robbins are at home to all Unitarion
Sstudents and their friends.
people 9:00-Watch night service in Wesley
by Mr. hall.

11 lead to the quadrangle.
Model High SCeboIl
The University model high school
uilding, a unit of the School of Edu-
ation now under recent construe-
ion, will provide more adequate lab-
ratory facilities for that profession-#
school. When completed the group
f buildings will occupy the whole'
Mock included by South University

rge West(
-Christmnas

TUES]
nn Arba
llandal
)riurn.
WEI'E
AlumniI
ifrbrnei

erman.
s carol service in Meth-IU-NOTICES
All. contributions to the January is.
guid moeiing, Dorothy sue of Whimsies must be in by Jan-
uary 10.
All group pictures for the 1923 Mich-
[AY, DEC. 19 iganensian must be taken during
w high school chorus the month of January. All frater-
's "Messiah" in Hillnities, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the 'Ensian before
SDAY, DEC. 20 these pictures can be taken.
lunch in Union.
rs' All-campus vaca. nnll hill fnnnnn a

A MICHIGAN INSTITUTION

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avenue, East University avenue, Mon- In the basement provision is made
ce street, and Haven avenue, as for receipt of .incoming books and
ID E 'S PEN SHOP
FOR
WAHL SETS
AND EVERSHARPS
We will help you to select the correct pen.
This insures satisfaction when you buy, and our service'

BOOKSS'ORE

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A Complete Line of

mce i .Barbour gymnasium.

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Drug Sundries and

TRURSDAY, DEC. 21 insures satisfaction for the life of the pen.
6:b0---Exchange club dinner in room NRIDER'S PEN SHOP
318, Union. G'EN SPECIALISTS
FEJDAY, DEC. 22C G
8:00-MIchlgun undergraduates' dance (Continued from Page Five)
in abbey of Detroit Athletic club, tories, conference rooms, and library
Detroit. offices, classrooms, smaller labora-'
in the front part of the building.
SUNDAY', DEC. 24 In the basement of the north wing N
00-Annual Christmas carol pageant will be situated the highway labora- *
in Epis opal hurch. - tory where the principal tests for all
5:04 l-ris1tnas pseant a mregaroad building materials for the state
tle'l church, " _The hildren and the are carried on. Immediately above
tthese laboratories will be located of-3
s5o-- ~ocia$ hw tr If! Wesley >, ihees of the department and the Davis
6:30-Wesleyun guiiid nieerhe ilenai library, one of the most valuable o
Avery leads. ,s kind in the country. The rest of
7:00R-ev. Sidney S. Robbbi and )Ir . the floors in the north wing will ac
Robbins are at home to all Unitar. commodate divisions of the chemical BEST WISHES TO OUR
fan students and their friends. gineering department, such as gener-
al laboratories, special small labora- FRIEN DSt
CHRISTMAS DAY, DEC. 25 tories for research, gas and fuel anal- *
7:80 A., X--Carol singing at the Ep. ysis, and clasp rooms.
iscopal rectory. Probably the most striking feature
of the laboratories will be the wind
TUESDAY, DEC. 26 tunnel to be. constructed for the aero-
6:*-Students' party and supper at nautical engineering department. They 1
rectory of Episcopal church. will be two in number, one or the
Phon 2508 Garment Pr'sni
FOR C HRIST MAS C2508y ssI
For Christmas nothing is more delightful Repairing
dainty boxes, carefully. packed, are assort- "ie ]ome cf Snergine"
ments of the finest chocolates that ever de- 209 South Fourth Avenue I
lighted healthy appetites. See us when
you do your Christmas shopping. m * a r nee u *

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