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PaGE RIGHlT THE MICHIGAN DAILY SNANVME ,12

SUATDAY, IVC 'Ia 'MBER 4, 1903

GERMAN FOOD SHORTAGE
REPORTED TO PRESIDENT

BURTON RETURNS FROM
iTEACHERS' CONIENTION

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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Prsidnt until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturdavai
Volume 4 SUNDIAY, NOVMB ERi4, 1923
To the Deans:
There will be a conference of' the Deans ol Wednesday, November 7, at
ten o'clock. 31. urton.
University Senate:
The first regular meeting of, the University Senate for the year 193-
1924 will be held in Room C, Law Building, at eight o'cock on the evening
of Thursday, Nov. 8, instead of Monday the 19th as at first announced.
The order of business will include:
1. The annual report of the Secretary of the Senate Council.
If. The proposed formation of a Naval Unit in the University.
III. Conideration of certain matters relative to student dicipline.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary.
Senate Council:
The second meeting of the Senate Council for the year will be held on
Monday, November 5, at 4:15 p. mn. in the President's office.
Vran:t k E. Robbins, Secretary.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting will be held Tuesday evening, November 6, at 8 p.
mn. in Room G-321 N. S. The papers of the evening are:
"A Geological Reconnaissance of the La Sal Mountains o Southe st-
ern Utah-A Study in Laccolitic Mountains," by L. M. Gould; "Residual
Ionization," by 11. F. Fruth." George R..lHerrmann.
Women's Research Club:-
There will be a meeting of the Women's Research Club on Wednes-.
day evening, November 7, at 7:30 p. m., Room 242, Natural Science Build-
ing. Hieen Updegraff, Secretary.
Acolytes:
Acolytes meet Tuesday, Nov. 6, at 8 p. im. in Room 106, M. H. Prof. Park-
er will read a paper entitled, "A Critique of Rationalistic Ethics."
0. K. Bomysuua, Arch-acolyte.
R. 0. T. C Band Rehearsl:
R. 0. T. C. Band rehearsal wl be held at. Newherry Bal, Tuesday eve-
ning, November 6, 1923, at 7 :00J p. m. It is particularly desired that all
members of last years R. 0. T. C. Band, all who have volunteered for the
band this year andl all who desire, to join bec present at this rehearsal. Bring
your instruments. Uniform is not required.
Wn. T (Carpent er, Mjor, C. A. C., E)OL. P. M. S. & T.
- 17 :30-Wesle n G (uild lecture. Edwn'
GOINGI Marhham speaks.
WHlAT'S GOIANG §O TODi
..- ----- -- - 1:00-Speedball game at Berry field;
SUINDAY sophomore Tits vs. sophomore engi-'
neers.
9:80-nixversity Men's Bible cass____
meets. in Lane hal.r
i.:00-Pldllppine-Michigaui club nmets IMTC
In Lane hall.I The, An Arbior Art association an-
:1:3- e*Os Stdens' ongegaion nounces an exhibition of famous
3 :3-JelshStuents cogreatin paintings in Alumni Memorial hall
meets inLaehall. ciMr.l Milton M Nov 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition
Alexnde of etrit, peas on~.wil be free to the public.
"Forms of Propaganda."1 Seniors wuho have not yet obtained
4:30-Openi house at Wesley 11,11. their photographers' receipts must
5: 00-Musical service i St. Andrevls (1o so as soon as possible. The
church with both men's and" boys JWihiganensian olie is open from
choirs. 2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon except
i :0-6 :3b-Social hour and lunch at,! au rday.
Presbyterian church. -
:45-Social hour anid supper for I, l ; on or Ha iding's Birthday j
Marion, 0., Nov. 3.-With virtually
itarian students. no ceremony. Major Ora M. fadinger,
6 :30-John Francis Glynn speaks on personal adl to Presidnt Coolidge,
"What Makes 'a Criminal" in Unitar- laid a wreath on the tomb of Presi-
Jan church parlors, d cet Harding Friday, the offering of
4 :30-Wesleyan~ Guild meeting. Fresh- President ad rs. Coolidge in corn-
man women will have charge of the memoration of the birthday of the
meeting.; late cic,' executive.
6:30.7 :80-Young Peoples' meeting at: -----____-
Presbyterian church. Daily classified for real results.
7:00-Scalp and Blade meets in room -
302 atthe Union. Patronize The Daily Advertisers.j

Washington, Nov. 3.-(By A. P.)-, President Marion, L. Burton has re-
Reports or an official nature have; turned to,. Ann Arbor from Aurora,
reached. President Coolidge indicating Ill., where he delivered an address be-
that the population of Germany mayI fore the northeast division of the Il-
soon need assistance in the way of, linois State Teachers' association
foodstuffs, but the American govern-j which convenedl there.
ment has thus far formulated no de-I President Burton's' acceptance of the
cision as to steps it might take. association's invitation to speak oc-
The reports have told of a lack of; curred last spring: He was conse-
food and of an 'inability to supply' qucntly unable to be present at the
considerable portions of Germany's Wickersham lecture at which it was
population with the food that is;,avail - hoped he 'would be 'able to, introduce

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The President has h ad the reports
under consideration, but= so far. has
not determined from what quarters the
assistance may-be best given.
Couzens Donates to Fund
Detroit, Nov. 3.-Senator James
Couzens has pledged $110,000 to the
community fund, the largest individ-
ual gift since the campaign started.

the speaker.
Stroke PFatal -to' Scientist
Chicago, Nov. 3.-Prof.' Ernest
Boyce Stuart, 76 year old, scientist
'and 'up to a few weeks ago professor
of chemistry at Northwestern univer-
sity, is dead following a .paralytic
stroke.
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VLADIMIRI Farewell -
De PACHMAN American Tour
A Fewi Tickets for Individual Concerts Available.
Monday, November 12,-8 P. M.: Extra Concert Series
SDetroit, Symphony.Orchstra -'
OSSIP MICHAEL
N GABr 5RIL.OW0IT S H PRESS lns
Conductor
2 ' All Tschaikovsky Program
,. ~Course Tickets-,$2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 :
SingleConcerts--$.50, $1.00, $1.509 $2.00
SSunday, November 18, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert Series '
-UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P. LOCKW OOD, Conductor=
GRACE JOILNISON ORA
KONOLD LARTHARD,
Soprano Violoncellist
No Admission Charg -Children under Twelve Years of age not ad-
twitted unless they first obtai ticket-at the School of Music'
Thursday, November 22, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
COST FAN TUTTE OPERA CO.
Direction WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW
e BRILLIANT HEADED BY
-- SOLOISTS IRENE WILLIAMS
Stage Scenery and Beautiful Costunmes !i
- A Few Tickets ;for Indii'idual Concerts Ava~ilable.
iEMonday, December' 4, 8 P M. Extra Concert Series
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
-VICTOR Richard
KOLAR CROOKS
1-Conducting Tenor w
Course Tickets-$2.06, $3.00, $4.001, $5.00
Single Concerts--&50, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
e Sunday, December 9, 4:14 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
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