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October 28, 1923 - Image 8

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University Senate:
The first regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1923-
1924 will be held in Room C, Law Building, at eight o'clock on the evening
of Thursday, Nov. 8, instead of Monday the 19th as at first announced.
The order of business will inclus e:
1. The annual report of the'Secretary of the Senate Cuncil.
II. The proposed ,formation of .a Naval Unit in. the University.
III. Consideration of certain natters; relative to,, stgdent .discipline.
John W. Bradshiw, Secretary.
Executive Board, Graduate School:.
There will be a meeting of the 'Eecutive Board of the'Graduate School
on Monday, October 29, at 400 p. m.

- (r Heston for Marion. Haltman kicked
VRIYpI M Ib over the goal line. Michigan ball on
WHAT'S GOING ON DEC E . S the 20 yard line.
IiV1Donnelly replaced Vandervoort.
IHestonmade three yards through
center. Rockwell printed to Aggie 47
SUNDAY yard line. Bevkley made three yards
9:30-University Men's Bible class (Contlnued from Page Six) through right tackle. A pass Beckley
meets in Upper room, Lane hall. Lyman was. lowned by Marion. Rich- 1to Schmyser was good for 5 yards.
12:00-Baptist students meet in Guild ards failed o gain. Beckley punted Another pass, Beckley to Robinson
house. out of bounds on his own 25 yard line .was kood for 10 yards. Beckley's pass
"Grube failed to gain on a right end Ia
5:45-Student supper in Unitarian par- t to Robinson was intercepted 'by Rock-
lors; a discussion at 6:30 of "The run. Grube.. went through center for well who returned to his own 33 yard
Ku Klux Klan Menace." 6 yards. Time out for Neller. Substi- line. Parker on a wide run around
6:00-Baptist student social in Guild utoons: Rockwell for Kipke. Grube left endniake 33 yards and was forced
parlrswent through right tackle to the Aggie out on his own 32 yard line. Substi-
parlors. 8 '.yard line. Grub., made a yard tt
6 3-ats students 'meetf at Guild 8 tadln. il .nad adjfti'ons Wall for Brown..
hou- se n . t dthrough center, Grube failed to gain Heston made 3 yard. through th0
house.'at center, stopped by Speakerman. line. In a beautitui bit of fpen field
:1-Meetug -f Lae hall audt Grub ,Wentoft right tackle for three running Vick carried the ball over for
congregation in Lane hall auditor- tetz passed a touchdown. His
lu.Dr. Jacob Kaplan will. spak.ard tou~efr uchning.ic criedintererllernorI
jtm. speak. tochdown. Substitutions: Blott for faultless. Parker mimed the 'drop
7:30-Wesley Guild lectui'e by Ray. Brown. Uteritz's ass for the extra
mond Robbins in Wesley hall. oint was incoipleti Score: ic- kick for another point. Substitutions:
poit as ncmplte' Substitutichs- g.4'Smith for Speakerman. Hoffman
igan 25, 1. A. C., 0. Substitutions: kicked off to Rockwell, who returned
MONDAY Brown for Blott. to his own 35 yards line as the final
7:0-Men's Educational club meets in Neller kicked off to Vick who ran whistle blew. Score-Michigan 37, M.
room 302, Union. Professor Frayer back to his own 27 yard line. Substi-wA. C.-O.


will speak.

meets in
- of Epis-

University Women:
Permission to attend the Iowa or Wisconsin game must be secured from
the office of the Dean of Women at least three days in advance of the game.
Women are requested to register promptly in this office and to pay the
chaperonage fee. If ,the special trains do not run the fee will be refunded.
No permission for Iowa will be granted after October 31st, nor for Wiscon-
sin after November 14th.,
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
To Ticket-Holders of Lecture Course:
Speakers on the Oratorical Association Lecture Course are sent on to the
platform promptly at 8 o'clock to be presented to the audience. Holders of
tickets should be seated 'at ten minutes to eight so as not to disturb speak-
er and audience. Thos. C. Trueblood, Chairman of Lecture Committee.
Faculty Twilight Recital:
The first program in this series will be given Sunday afternoon in Hill
Auditorium at 4:15 o'clock and is as follows:
Sonata, A major, Op. 69 (Beethoven), Ora Larthard, violincellist, and
Maud Okkelberg, pianist; Worship of God in Nature ((Beethoven), The
Asra (Rubenstein), Aria "E lucevan le stelle" from "'La Tosca" (Puccini),
James Hamilton, tenor; Nocturne, 1G major, Op 42 (Popper), Adagio, from
Concerto D rajor (Haydn), Tarantelle, Op. 33 (Popper), Miss Larthard;
Come:Beloved, from "Atalanta" (Handel), Dedication (Franz), Aria "Vesti la
glubba", from "I Pagliacci" (Leoncavallo). Mr. Hamilton. Accompaniments
by Mrs. Okkelberg.
'The general public with the exception of small children is invited.
Charles, A. Sink, Secretary.
Cercle Francals
Important meeting Tuesday at 7:15. -A11 members are urged to attend.
A. J. Jobin.
Players Club:
There will be a meeting of all members of and those interested in
Players Club Tuesday, October 30 in Room 205 Mason Hall 'at 4:00 p. in.
There will be a discussion of plays proposed for the next program. Th.ose
interested in cast, workshop, 'or directing are especially urged to attend.
An opportunity will, be given to all* non-members to apply for membership.
Stacy R. Black, President.
R. 0. T. C. Band:
The R. O. T. C. Band will meet at Newberry Hall for rehearsal at .7:00
p. in., Tuesday, October 30th. Membership in the R. 0. T. C. Band is open
to all student musicians of the University and enrollment in the R. 0. T.
C. is not required. Captain Wilson will} instruct the R. 0. T. C. Band. In-
struments and uniforms are furnished by the Government.
Win. T. Carienter, Major, C. A. C., D. 0. L.
Ushers, Oratorical Association:
Ushers of the Oratorical Association are expected to be at Hill Auditor-
ium at 7:25 Monday evening. Enter by the west door. Doors will be opened
to the public at 7:30. Wilfred Hocking, Chairman, Usher Commttee.

tutions: Swan for Steele. Rockwell
failed to gain off right tackle. Grube
failed to gain at center. Rockwell
punted to Lyman who signalled for
a fair catch on his own 31 yard line.
Substitutions Crane for Neller.
Schmyser gained a yard through right
tackle. Pass by Beckley was ground-
ed. White recovered a fumble giving
the ball to Michigan on the Aggie 24
yard line. Substitutions: Parker for
Vick went around left eiid for 23
yards. Substiutions: Palmer for
Curran. Parker failed to gain through
the line. Time out for Grube. ,With-
erspoon for Grube. Mann carried the I
ball to the three yard line. Rockwell
added a yard off left tackle. Marion
failed to gain. Parker went over for
a touchdown. Score: Michigan 31;
Aggies, 0. Haskins blocked Rockwell's
attempt for drop kick. Substitutions:





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