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EIGHIT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBR 6,s 192;

DAILYOFFICIAL BULLETIN
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. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)
Volume 4 TUESD)AY, NOVE3IB.ER 6, 19213 'umber 3S
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 include:
1, The annual report of the Secretary of the Senate Council.
II. The proposed formation of a Naval Unit in the University.
III. Consideration of certain matters relative to student discipline.
John W. Bradshiaw, Secretary.
-To the Deans :
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, November 7, at
ten 'o'clock. il. L. Burton.
YFreshmen and Entering IUpjerclass Women:
Lecture I of the Campus Activities series will be repeated on Tuesday
afternoon, November 6th, at 4:00 o'clock. All freshmen and entering upper-
class women who missed Lecture I will kindly report in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall in Barbour Gymnasium at that time.
Jleani Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Hlealthi Lectures for Women:
The" third v.health lecture for women will be held Tuesday, Nov. 6th at
7;00 p. in. in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. Please bring a blue blook.
Margaret Bell, X1)I.
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the faculty of these colleges on Wednesday,
November7 at 4: 15 p. in. in Room 411,. West Engineering building.
Louis A. Hlopkinis, Secretary.
English Department:
The English'Department will meet for luncheon at the Union on Tues-
~day, November th, at 12:10 o'clock. W. R. Humplhreys.
Romance Club:
Romance luncheon, 12E 15 at the Michigan Union, Wednesday, Novem-
b~er 7. A. G. Canfield.
Boanical Seminar:
Meets Wednesday, Nov. 7, at 4:30 Room 1B173 Natural Science building.
Paper by William Seifriz-The Emuls ion Hypothesis of Protoplasmic Struc-
ture. B. M. Davis.
Junior Engineers:
There will be an assembly of all Junior Engineers in Room 348, 1Engi-
neering building, on Tuesday November 6th, at 11:00 a. in. Topic for dls-
cussion "Distinctive Dress". Aso there will be a "Big Stag Smoker" on
Nov. 6th, at 7:30 p . . at the Mich. Union. C. E. Wilson, Menton,
Interfraternity Conference :
Meeting or the Interfraternity Conference Tuesday Nov. 6 at 7:30 o'clock
in 321 Union. John E. (lark, Secretary.
MembIers of the Adeiphi:
We will hold oiir regular meeting tonight at 7:30 in the Adelphi room,
fourth floor, Mason hall. Ray Alexander, Speaker
Players Club :
Tryouts for the plays to be given December 12 will be called in a few
days. The announcement will apvpear in this Bulletin.
Stacey It. Black, President.,
mug br fte atTEBUTFU AYwl ee usa i, November sixth at eight in the office of the Family Welfare Bureau,
Chamber of Commerce Euilding. This meting is for arrangement of schedl-
itle of rehearsals. Full attendance important.
A. D. ('onkey, Director.

-17 :30-Junior engineers' orsmaeor , tpplrj Seniors who hae not yet obtained phis program, Ted is expecting to nicetI ment and contractors alleged to bo in
redn om no.their photographers' receipts must a record breaking class. collusion with them.
! WHTA'S GOITNG (IN do so as soon as possible. The,
ONWE1)DNE.SD}AY Michianensian office is open from 18I Russians Sentenced to Die I Chicago Alumni Hold Smoker
J ------40. 0-pnhue arslil 2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon except;r,
-- -- -- - 4:006:0-0 n huse arrs hll.Moscow, Nov .g.-Eighteen ersons Chicago alumni of the Unaiv'riY ,
TU'ESDAY I :1-M1atinee _Musicale Student league Sauray were sentenced Saturday to dlie, and j held a smoker yesterday noon at the ',
f11 :0-Junior enmIghier assembjJly ros ,Program, School of Music auditor- SULIVN O _EETL BOXINGI twenty-three given prison sentences; Hamilton club with the Wisconsin
348, Engineering building;. im. CLASSES THIlS AFTERNOONj as a result of the trial of 68 individl- alumni as guests. Harvey T. Woo-
7 (b-etng" ilgiu i~ttt,61 -Life inembld~l) drive banquet, p___ als charged with bribery and cor-' ruff of the sports department of the-
Laehl.assembly hall, Union.CocSulvnbxigmtrwl ruption. The prisoners were em- CiaoTiuewsscrdt
7..30-Kirk group, NVo. 6, Frewinien 7 meetrit ot fth meia all of his prospective mit art-plysoftenvlecialdar-pak
1floornmeets, raigroom, U meet i
meets, activities room, th ird Leionoorin Unon.ists at 3:30 o'clock, this afternoon in 1tlliltilll1t1111Hlitlil11!111llllilllllllll!!1til
Union. 7 :0-Iound-Lp clubi) meets, Union. the basement at Waterman gymnas-
7.3 - 7 :45--Mleeting of Pennsylvnia club,im, when the first part of the sea-
(room 325, Union. evl cumet"D AC room 102. Mason hall. son's lessons will actually get under ,= I k~ I
!Patronize The Daily Advertisers.( U-NOTICES The classes opened last Thursday = U'1: nnAbortasoitinanNhe heVrst fobaltemlet-ol
pounces an exhibition of famous Iw n ayo h e h ind1
paintings in Alumni Memorial hall up for the course failed to put in an I 8 to 10 75cw
Nov. 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition aperac because of the sendoff. (-
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Senator James E. Couzens has been I Ur tiL .tL
secured as the principal, speaker of the -With-
chamber of commerce club luncheon I a Superb Singing, Dancing
to be held at 12 o'clock today,. at and Acting Cast
the, local chamber or commerce inn.
President Marion L. Burton, a guest.I__ _
of honor at the banquet, will make11,1--;'
q, short' address. uii u
The luncheon, which has been Photo-Graft S o u,1
temd"Manufacturer's frtre.Day", is in Shop nl
charge of the Manufacturer's commit- I'1 n~t111
tee of the club. Francis J. Lapointe"I Nickels Arcade Opp.. P.O,111,,11
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of this committee, will be in chargeI
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of the nmeeting. WESPCIAIZ I
~enator Cou3tzens will speak upon W PCAIEItl o
"Present European Conditions." In "u,111111{
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his recent trip abroad Senator Con- sii:i ""*"" *
zens had ample opportunity to ob- . . .LI Tr*ino " 111111
serve European conditions. In addi- cr iii
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tion to this, before becoming Mayor 11+r=_ =u=-_
of Detroit{ Senator Couzens was not-
ed as a. successful' manufacturer, and
his viewpoint will be from "that of l___----_____
the manufacturer. His address i
not intended to be entirely devoted to j1T'~ OX E S
manufacturing details, but is arrang- I: FLOW RS "
ed to be of interest to all who will
hear himt. For PartiesI
Innmediately following the lunch-
ena public reception will be givenFoGit
to Senator Couzens in, the middle
dining room of the Inn. Senator Cou-'_ For All Occasions
zens is a Kiwanian andI the local,
branch has been placed in charge of;-
this reception. Opportunity to meetPH N 15
the. Senator, is open to all, whetherP ON 15
they attend the luncheon or" not.
the week-enc1 concerning ug ooie o sn
parking without lights. Police will i
enforce this ordinance stringently, it Florists
is stated. 611 E NVRIYAEU
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