THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. V n, (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Volume 4 TUESDJAY, OCTOBER 30, 1923 Nunmber 32
Wtalth Lecture for Women:
For entering upper classwomefl and old studlents who have lectures to
mnake-u p--Tuesday, Oct. 30t,2 at 7 :00 p. m.
Please bring a bluebook. Margaret Bell, 31. D.
Romance 1.anguage Classes in the Literairy College:
" Funeral services for the late Chas. S. Carry, instructor in the Depart.
went of' Romance Languages, will be fheld this Tuesday morning at 9:00
o'clock in St. Thomas' Church. As a maak of respect all classes in Ro
rmance Languages will be dismissed Tuesday until 12:00 o'clock.
Important business meeting of the Cercle Francaise, Tuesday, 7:15
o'clock. All members present. Helen Nancy Woodruff
All men and women interested in enterting the University Extempor,
aneous Contest this December will meet in room 302, Mason Hall, at 5:001
p. in. Tuesday, October 30. The .purpose of this meeting is that those who
are present may choose the general subject to be discussed in the contest
Details of the "contest will be explained, and methods of study for the con-
test will be suggested.I
The ;date for the preliminary. try-out.: for the final contest will 1)e an-
nounced shortly in the Official Bulletin.
Norman B. Johznson, Manager of Local Contests.
.Menibers of Adepi:
We will hold our regular meeting this evening at 7:30 in the adelphW
room, fourth floor, University Hall. R.,y Alexander, President.
Lieut. Goav. Martini Edward Trapp
As a result of the impeachment of
Gov. J. C. Walton, Lieut-Gov. T%. E.
Trapp is acting a governor of Oklaho-
am. Walton was impeached following
his efforts to halt the meetings of the;
state legislature in connection with.
his campaign to overthrow the Ku
WHAT'S GOING ON
7:15-Alpha Delta Sigmia meets in
room 302, Union.
6 :00-Fourth annual dininer of Epis,,
copalians in Union.
4 :15-Tocal group of Maitiniee Music-
cale Student league meets at home
of Miss Helen Bates, 1921 Cambridgej
4 :30--VIolin group of Matinee Music
ale Student league meets at home of
Mrs. Henry Bacher, 1113 Ferdan
7 :00-Flint club meets in Lane hall.
Election of officers.
7:15-Newark club meets in roonm 304,
1 :45--De-11olay meets in Hlarriss'hail.
8:00-11 Cirelo Itallano meets in room)
202, south wing, University hall.
All organizations who want spnaein
the 1924 Michiganensian should ap-
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.
ienlors who have not yet obtained
their photographers' receipts must
do so as soon as possible. The
Michiganensian office is open from
2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat-
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good pencil helps you to do
better work ?"
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even able to read my own
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4 and 8 p.mI. Oct. 31
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President Marion L. Burton was the'
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state teacher's assciciation and the
Chamber of Commerce. He is expectd
to return to Ann. Arbor tomorrow'
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