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THE MICHIGAN

TH IHGNDAILY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1921

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' WHT'SGOING ON
( ~THURSDAY1
1200-Dental faculty lunch in Union.
3:30 - Deans' Advisory commilttee
meets in deans' office.
4 :00-Masques meet in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.!
S:Iv---L Atcrs for Choral union meet for
appointments.
6 :00-Pres6 club dinner in Union.
7:00-Web and Flange meets in room!
7 :0-G~lee 'club meets In room 308,
Union.
7:30-Zoological Journal club meet's in
room Z 242, N. S. building.
7:30-lphaNu meets on fourth floor
'of University hall.
7 :30--Reception for Japanese students
i in Congregational church.
7:30-Pi Delta Upsilon nmeets in Un-
ion.
7:30-La Socedad Hlispanica meets in
room 209, Tappan'hall.
7:30-Christian Science society nmeets
in Lane hall.
7:45-Newark club meets in room 302,
Union.
8 :00-Baptist students meet at Guild
Ihouse for hike.

V-NOTICES "Resolved, That the single tax ad-11 1IN)11 WILL COITPFTE
Pencil sketches and etchings by Cze-.1vocated by Henry George would bc an C IN PARIS OLfI PIAI1)
cho-Slovakian artists now on exhibitimrv enontepsnt ehd
in te arhitcturl coridr oftheCalcutta, Oct. 17.-(By A.P.)-India,
Engineering building.I of land taxation," will be the subject!
Manuscripts for Whimsies now ac- for debate at the meeting. The affirm- illb n ftecmeiosi h
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press' ative team is composed of : E. C. ;Olympic games to take place in Paris;
building.{ Owen, '25, H. R. Oaks, '24, W. R. Em- in 1924 if plans inaugurated by Lord
Chimes subscriptions are payable -at blidge, 125L, and E. D. Hanson, '24, D. Lytton, governor of Bengal, are car-
the Chimes desk, upstairs, at the D. Dunn, '26, and T. C. Schneirla, '24, ried out. The governor has called a
Press building, Monday, Tuesday, will speak on the negative. Several Bengal Olympic committee in connec-
and Wednesday, Oct. 16, 17 and 18. pledges will also discuss the subject. L ion with India's proposed represents-
All organizations who want space in tion. Governors of several other pro-,
the 1924 Michiganensian should ap- Patronize The Daily Advertisers. + vinces are acting. similarly.
ply at the 'Ensian office for con-
tracts, or make arrangements for!_____________________________________
the same with George L. Pattee, or-,
ganization manager. All contracts;
must be in by Nov. 1. M K
The Players' club workshop will be lM K
Senifors whohave o yet obtainedM C I A E S A
their photographers' receipts must A P I T E T
do so as soon as possible.. The A P I T E T
Michiganensian office is open from' Photographer N O 'V1
2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat-
urday.

ALPHA NV TD DISCUSS
PLANS FOR BIG MEET
Representatives from Monmouth

9:00-Press club smioker ini reading 'college, the University of Illinois,
room, Union.( Washington university, Purdue univer-
_______sity, and Coe college have signified
FRIDAY their intention of attending the Kap-
12:0-AsocitedPre's unc InUn-pa Phi Sigma conference here Nov. 2
12:0-Asociaed resslunh inUn.and 3, and plans for banqueting these
12ioLwfclylnhi o. representatives will be discussed at
12:0-La fault lunh i Unon. the Alpha Nu meeting which will be
12 :00-illichlgan Dallies league lunch 'held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Univer-
inUnion siyhal
12:00 - Michigan Weeklies league ___________hall._____
lunch in Union._________________
12:00-Press club lunch In Union. -
3 :00-Make-up examination, Psychol- PHONE
yog 7, room 162, Natural Science
buildi.-Ppmeig
14uildineg.eeingHillauditorium. I3
( 8:00-Gallf-Curcl concert in Hill an.-
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