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TI W ICHIGAN DAIL\'

T[;l:ES)AY.

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i ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
niversity. Copy received until 3:20 D. Mn. (11:30 a. m.n -turdaY.)
i3 T1UESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1923 oNumber 8

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Ivrersity Leture:
1,r. Edward' Sapir, Anthropologist of the, Victoria Memorial Museum,
zwa, Canada, will deliver a University lecure this afternoon at 4:15 in
:Natural Science Audtorum on 'the subject "The Art of the Indians
C a ada." The public is cordially invited.
" F. E. PROBBINS.
Iversty Lectures:
bair. Lawrence J. Burpee, Secretary for Canaa, International Joint
,mission, Ottawa, Canada, gill deliver a University lecture at 4:15 p. mn.
Wednesday, Jan.'24. in Room B3, Law Building. His subject-will be "An
ernat.Ional Experiment" and the lecture will deal with the International
at Commission and its' influence upon the relations between the United
ates and Canada. The public is cordially invited
F. E. ROBBINS.
cilty of, the 'School of Edluation:
There will be a Faculty meeting at the office of the School of Educa-
e, Wednesday, Jan.'24, at 4:15 p in, A full attendance is desired.
'A. S. WHITNEY.
visors to PFo gn S9tndeuts:
There will, be a meeting of the Board of Adviors to Foreign Students,
o11 302 University Hall, Wednesday at 2 o'clock p. m.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
umttee'on t) 8 d of Engineering Education:
Th. committee on the study of engineering education will meet at 1 :30
lck Tuesday, in. Dean Cooley's office.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Pr PA, Recital:
The Twilight Organ Recital will be omitted this week because of the
presaario given in the Auditorium Wednesday evening.
CHARLES A SINK, Secretary.
si. ngMrt
Sotions I and II in ME-32 will meet in Automobile Laboratory at 7 p.
Tuesday evening, Jan. 23, instead of Monday p. m. as scheduled.
W. E. LAY.
Jiamere Euineers:
There will be an Assembly of Sophomore Engineers in room 34 of the
neering building on Tuesday, JIan. 23, at 9 a. m. for the purpose of'
WasE a "Class president". A 'large attendance is desred.
°._ c. 4E. WILSON.
y roductign Elections for Next emester:
5ttidents wishing to elect Public Speaking 14a, 14f, or 14g must make
sonal application to the instructor in charge. I shall be in my office at
4s ,iend of the stage in University Hall Tuesday, Jan. 23, and Wednes-
SJaa. 24,, from 4 to 5:30 for; consultation conerning these courses.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
>i¢ etgrn:,"ectrical and Sound Filters" by Professor D. L. Rich, on Tuesday,
2 . at'4U5 . an.,. Room: 202 Physical Laboratory. All interested are
dllly invited to. attend. H. M. RAND ALL.
e Fr ancais:
$4r. ,Patterson will, deliver a lecture tomorrow at 4:15 in the Natural
once Auditorium on the poet Francis Jammes. This lecture will be
Etrench. A. J. JOBIN.
T~ classes in Interpretive Reading will give a recital of selections
T: Riley, Dunhar, Kipling, and others tonight, JSan. 23, at 8 o'clock sharp
University Hall'. No admission is charged.Tie pubic is codially in-
4. R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
'sig Stidents Wio Visited Lansin:
'there, is in My office for examination a photograph of the students who
at their Christmas Holidays in Lansing. Students interested will find
la y office Thursday andI Frday at 4 o'clock p. in. 302 University Hall.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
.,*n lioh' 30-The Age of. Wordsworth-will be offered the Second Se-
ter*", i. W F. at 1, room 20, T. H., provided there are a sficient number
Lplc ntS for it. This is a repetition o English 30, First Semester. My
stln b.Qua~rs are M. W., F., 3 to 4 in Room 208, T. H.
'x S. F. GINGERICT-.
1 J tnuwry Assemby will be held in Room 348 of the Eninerig
PI } s 'tefAd a orning, Jan 23, at 10 o'clock. Dean Cooley will ad-
h$Cl upona the purpose and work of the American Egineering
anCl,' 1aQ agoncy which is today uniting engineers'from all t~e profes-
ia holtlds in the common cause of better and more eitective service to
estatry. .A short 'business meeting will follow the Dean's adress.
-mi r in~be f the Class should be present at this Assembly.
- W. C. I-OAD Class Mentor.

C~ auditorium. Mozart's "The Impre- iE ASTE RN RU NN ERS CA(,11L F. BRAUN TO ADDRESS I ness Alan.". All pharmacy students in-
sari." INVITTT'EDF TO F R'I A ° crOER(IAL PHARMACY CLASS i terested in this phase of their wOl,
WhA 'S GONG N- --O aF ~re invited to hear Mir. Braun. It iay°
Car"F.Lrunvic-pesientoft frfssor Stocing's plcy to hra -
!,il raternities and sororitics, and; Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 22.-The Ann Arbor Savings bank and manag- 'outside mhen talk to his class from,
ohrcampus organizations must Havrotleifomteehsb-e of their State. street branch, will time to time on subjects of special in-
1'1OTICn--Copy for tis column shold have lists of members, and other 1 speak to Prof. Charles E. Stocking's trest to them and pertinent to their
be submilted by :30 o'lock oi' copy for the 1923 Allciganensian in foeii3a en nonea n class in commercial pharmacy at 10 ine of work
the day before publicatlena.1Y Jan. 25. Copy should be turned vitation from the University of Wit o'clock tomorrow morning, in room I---
fas soon as pssible at the 'En- watersrnd, Johannesburg, to ave 300 of the Chemistry building. His Got a room to rent A Daily elass-
Sian office. the combined Harvard-Yale track sujc{ilb{Bnkn o h ui ni oie.Av
JIUSDNI jrgl ineers cani nov# secure their! team which is to meet an Oxford- -
iO(a--Ascmnbly of sophaoinor, engi-; offeici blouses at Wuerth's clothing Cambridge team at London in July goW_
m~ees inroo 348 Enineeing store as a second shipment of 200 to South Africa immediately ater-
building. checkered blouses has been receiv-
10:-8 ,,ulr engineering class meets I d wards. Action n the invitation, ()I -
in room 348, Engineering building.; Sophomore class dues are ' . whc.uaateda.exese,.s ~M G
1-3( :3-Ca iitee en the siudy of eng' h a be mailed to Ray Billing- be eerd
inreerinrg education mets in the Te a ilBnhm omrtrc oc toncuss treasurer at 1102 OaklandatHrrdwh hsjuteune4
dear's ffie. 02,avenue. from England, where he made ar-
4 .l1-lPltyscetd CallocuilaaPro.in room 20,Illinois ex-service men may receive rangemets with the British univer- r"1
Physical laboratory. Prf.D. L. aplplications for Illinois state bon-,st, uhrtisfrteLo.o et
I ich sneaks on "Electrical and uses by calling for them in federal ng said ,asil C. D. Rudd, former r
Sound Filters." board room, Lane hall.xodcpaihdi in oro
4 :15-University lecture In :NaturalOxfrdcapai,_hdimnd__tur__
Science auditorium. Dr. 'Edward I Continental Europe by a team cor-
Sapir, anthrololigist of the Victoria [ TU1" rriiiinr posed of first and second-place win-1
M~~~~i morial mauseumr, Cana da, soeaks iL HJ I LL~l ers at the games.I
on "The Art of, the Indians in Can--__
ada"O'TU ATM Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv. SA PL S
i:oCafrsblvuaa s saff and try. OfU JIUO IID flL d _________________a_ Pemanenlyon I}sla3 at
art-u hneg. ..rIi 001 Cninai,022B A) VICTOR ALLMIENDI\GEt GUTY WFO K & ®C .j
k vis. Jan. s crPIANO mTi aooT' ab; 1n. 36 South State Street
:(1-Sgmaa 1elta Rho mrects in room -Charging that the crissis in Itrank- School of Music Tuner Deinerbor yMchg
302, Masn ball.German relations is the ultimate re- ~36
7 340-Sgma Del( a Chi mecets in room suto-terfsa fCngesi Office at Rels, 418 N. Division St. _______E
30 no.1919 to support President Wilson's _________
7:30-Underclass conduct committee peace policy, Senator-elect Samuel M. SO
mesirom304, Union. Ralston, of Indiana, speaking here 14viiIEHO S A D
mesiromSaturday, declared seizure of the Ruhr WWs teHIotApovd I .. II j E H OU 4 S'I*E & d 144Er4'0 RD
7 ~-idpnet gop -oregion by France threatens to "turn SyseWof.&ahIg3
t:00O---Puiblc recital by Interpretive thewrdfo h aso ec o InOAHS L NCVSCP 3 N
c t~n om30,Uio.h wrdfrmte asorpae o BLR MDANCING 12 NKRQKRUW~
reading classes in University hal. the trenches of war"p NEW YORK
-- ~~~"Had the United States made a HALSEY'S ]DANCE STUDIOS_____ __________________
WFEDNEISIDAY ' friendly move to aid in slving the
~:(-or favsr ofrinreparations question, it would have --
stuent mets n rom 02SUnier-contributed wonderfully in helping to ,
sity hall. yc
4 :f00--J-op commnittee nmeets in room declared. "Undoubtedly other nations dSE
304 Unon.are looking to America for leader-j
4:1;i-Cercle F'rancais lecture in Na. ship. They are not begging for mon-F ut- -90HS
tural Science auditorium, do,"he said in conclusion, "but thy A3l l Sie. s 4 an.id at a okln Pre
1.1 r- I:arrence .. Brpee, secretary d want us to counsel with them andi AWahrize Special
for Canada international joint cor-I to assist them in reconciling their dif- iW h pca
wittee, Ottawa, Candaa, speaks 0an ferences".
"An International Experiment" inALEE-___________
roomn B, Law building.HOE L SE j--" -
1:0--Presby terian young peoples' I s serving a splendid steak and°
chir meets in Lane hall. fish supper every evening, $1.25.- i'°" 'ITY
7l) -10 15-oster s' club meets in assem- Adv.
b ly hall, Union.- - KSTO R
7 :3(-latoungstolen club meets in room "Day oy day, in every way, I am WAHR1%STE
V0, nion. at your service". JIMMIE, the ad tak- 1
8 <0>-Choro Uiienert In till m er. Call 960.-Adv. S f14.

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vent Unpreented ontoe as nnr'
To acquaint Michigan Dally readers with the su eriority of our new clean=
ing arnd pressing plant, we will this week, provided the coupon is used
mom,
Clen andrrs ou u' rvr Ca
forON 0e.m

NIS REPRESENTA TIVE
J., vanZiant, of the -Illinois
ipany, Chicago, will be in Ann
day to confer with all stu-
civil and mechaical- engi-'
whbo graduate in February or
lwho are desireous of start-

ing out to work for his company. Civil
or mechancial engineers who wish to
see Mr. vanZant should confer with
their professors this morning. Ap-
pointments will be held in Prof. A. IH.
White's office in room 206 ef the
Chemistry building.
Try a Classified Ad-it pays.-Adv.

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Name.. . . . . ......
Address ...........
Phone ...........
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PHONE 165
WE WILL, IF SUIT IS SENT THIS WEEK,
CLEAN AND PRESS IT FOR ONE DOLLAR
PITT A CROSS HERE IF YOU
WANT JUST PRESSING~
PRICE 35c
1 ~ASKa YOUR FRIENDS WHO HAD
WORK DONE HERE YESTERDAY

We are willing to cut our suit cleaning rate 75c and
women's dresses rate one quarter, because we want to
get you to try our work. Would any concern who had
the slightest doubt but that their customers would be sat-
isfied, make such a drastic move to attract customers?
One trial will -make you a regular customer.

Women's Coupon No. 2
Name .................. ..
Address ..................
Phone ...............
INSTRUCTIONS TO CLEANER
Pin this coupon to your dress, and phone
165. We will call for, clean and return to
you. If dress is sent in before Jan. _27 this
coupon entitles customer to, 25 per, cent re-
bate from regular price.
WHITE SWAN CLEANERS.
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