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November 09, 1923 - Image 8

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i~ulblicatiofl in tlr a Blletin is constructive notice tza all members of
the University. C'opy received by the A sistant to the President until
:0p.m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
Toume r'2)A ~ Fd1uI~ 3 3 'Nulber1
To the Faculty:
All professors and instArtcton s d =silng t~o l;av~e he: saliary checks
ry depoCSitcd monthly, mar.y a2anlg'e to do so at t>liC'C t iTyr's cGlier.,betore
"-o;ember 26. ;5 .,1200~athi, Se:retary.
Fil"tIty, College of Literature, ('v i I
Thle next meetVng of the Facult~y will ':,held Mnl:0d, Novenihe 1.t'I2th,
at 4 :05 p. rig. in the lectture roson of the Un2: v rsity LibAra rY. 'Thie businiess
of the meeting includes.
1. A- motion to albolish Plani 1 foral niision.
2. Statement by Professor E. L. Daey cow,,crn i;a cott %nplatecd eor-
ganization of the wVort in Business 1 iiinistrat ioan.
American _Cheuical Sodiely, 17. of -I. 'Section:
The next meeting of the local section will be fhell today,, November'
9th, at 4:15 p. mu. in the Chemical Ainlhlitlwatre. Profe:7ssor 1i. C. Whit-
more of Northwestern University will speak on "Rtec-nt Devtloc~inieits in the
Organic Chemistry of Mercury."
All interested are invited to attend.,. ilif~,Secretary.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra :
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Os yip Galhrilowitsch, Conductor,
Michael Press, Violinist, will give'the following all-Tschailkwvsky program
in 11i11 Auditorium, Monday evening, Novcniber 12. at 5:00 o'clock: Fifth
Symphony, E minor; Concerto 01). 35; Marciie Slave.
Tickets for individual concerts or for the rn mainder of the series
(four more concerts) are on sale at the U'nivtnrsity Schoo0l of :Music.
Ciarles A. ;Sink, Secretary.
Faculty CoGnert Postponed :
The Faculty concert announced' for Sunday afternoon, November 11,
has been postponedl to Sunday November 1S' en account of tihe Armistice
clay services. Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
University of 211cliigaii Band :
Capes will be issued today from 4:00 to 5;:30 p. in at Lane Hall. Spe-
clal for Detroit leaves Michigan Central station Saturday at. 6:00 a. m.,
city time. By order of the Director,
Williahm G(h'u och, .1r.; Asst. Manager.
Players Club:
The work shop group, and all others interested in this kind of pro-
duction work, will mleet in room 205 M. 11. at 4:00) p. in. 'those who cannot
be there may call me at 2308-M, Rioss L. Tylr
(Wa torical Associati on Lecture :
Miss Gay MacLaren will give the third nuniber of the lecture course
tonight at 8 o'clock in Ihill Auditorium. She will read Gilda Varesi's comedly,
"Enter Madame".
The Box Office will open at 7 o'clock 'for the 1.urose of selling course
tickets and single admissions.
'thie-ushecrs: are rc'ques>c~ t 1 o on lbtird <:'7:25.
.1. K. Dun in, lPresiden t, Orvator ical Ass:ocit ion.


!"Mexico, Past and Present", was the
subject of the talk of W. I. Kelsey,
before La Sociedad Hispanica last
night at T~appan hall. Part of the
time Mr. Kelsey, talked in- Spanish,
and part in English, and was able to
present many sidelights- on the sit-
uation in the tropical.- states."
"Mexico is one of the most under-i
estimated countries in the world",k
said Mr. Kelsey. "She has great pos-
sibilities as both a :social and an ec-
onomic power of world-'wide influ-
ence, and is rapidly coming to the
front in both these directions.
"The education of the youth of Mex-
ico has just received a great stimulus
in the recently organized government,
cooperative schools. Under this form
of vocational training, the child choos-
es the task which pleases him the
most and then is tutored by highly
p~aid instructors so that he may pro-
perly develop his natural faculties."
Mr. Kelsey went on to explain the
remarkable archiological discoveries
which have been made in the lava beds
of central Mexico, and which point
to the, belief that this halt of theI
world has the older civilization rath-
er than. Europe and Asia, as is the
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Phone 265i2
ado FF40OD19T
707 N. University
"the brakes didn't work"
ACRASH and some-
one badly hurt.
Carelessness on, the
part of an owner' who j
neglected to have his
brakes properly adjust-
ed and relined.
Don't let it happen to you.j
Bring your car around and
let us -inspect the brakes
without charge. Maybe
they need an adjustment
or sturdy Raybestbs brake
lining, Better be safe than
Brakes Lined* While
You Wait
We are Brake Specialists
Prompt Efficient
Brake Service
Auto Specialty -Shop
219 West Huron Street

2W. Calllaux
M. jCaillaux, former premier of
France and later exiled for his "de-I
featist" activities during the war, who!
now looms up as an active figure in
the coming French elections,' warns
his country that dismemberment ofli


7 :(10 am-Holy Coinniuon :a11i
hiam's Memorial chapel, Harris hail.
12 (A -ulver club. pietuure taklen atI
t) .f0--Studenit Christiani association
cabinet meets at the home of H-ar-
old1 Coffman, 1101 Olivia avenue.
4 :00-Players',chub workshop groupl
will meet in room 205, Mason hall.
4.-6 0-3Members of Y. W. C. A. and S.
C. A. cabinets meet, south parlor,
Newberry hall.
7 :00--eeting of freshman group two
in room 323, Union.
7 :30-Alplha Nit meets on fourth floor,
University hall.
7,: 1--Craftsmeni club meet~s in Vias-
onic temple.
g :OMi-Plny productioni ci s s presents

In commemoration of the signing of
the World War armistice, poppies are
to be worn again this year, symboliz-
ing the battle fields of Flanders. The
Y. W. C. A. and the American Legioni
auxiliary will conduct a joint safe of
poppies tom orrow;, the sale contin-
uing 'from 8 o'clock in the morning
until 6 o'clock in the afternoon Those
Who purchase poppies are asked to
wear: them again on Sunday, Armistice
Seventeen thousand poppies will be

-1L -AAA"Xu..uuLVLcommonIUIIand accepted theory at pies-'
Germany may be dangerous to France ent. -
_____unless___________the _______breaking _____________up_____is______spontaneous._______________'
Berlin; Nov. .-Jewish World War
,. Batsveterans-. have organized for, defense
against rioters.
.3 72 In 19 Years'
New York, Nov. 9-(By A.P.)-Ty
Cobb's batting record, to which lie --=
added new laurels during the 19231=
season, stands .out ,as one of tI:, j= 1F e tuL11J
bright pages in the history of base-#9
ball achievement.j--
The Detroit pilot now has to his V s a
credit the highest life-time average,
.2; the most hits for all time, 3,454;~
and a recordl of hitting over .300 for'--
18 consecutive seasons. Hle has been j
over the .400 mark three times, tying' nder w~ear I
the old National League record of Jes-!w
so Bunrkett. I.-
r -I
r = Swiss Riobbed
Sllk and Wool
g ool- all stiles
NOW .r-
{ See the beauties of Ann Alrbnr froin a- .:
bove, Big three p~assenger plane. Ex- -
rmv pic t. Smooth, saf flying. No --
$Each PaSSen3gerC L UTZ
C ourse of 4~strution $100
Packard S#. and City Limits Clo hi g:Sor
Read the Want Ads I- DONTOW
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three one-act plays at Univers-ity! placed on sale, which were purchased
hall. at cost from the Girl Reserve depart-
ment of the Y. W. C. A. Members of
{ SATURDAY the high school- Girl Reserve club and
10 :30--Trianguhir cross 'country meet! older grade-school Girl Reserves will
at Ferry field. !assist the women of the two organi-'
3(:0---Foothall game with U. S. Mar- zatiod's in the sale.
Ines at Ferry field. The proceeds of the sale are to be
7 :45-Craftsmen club meets, Miasonic divided equally among the two organ-
temple, for degree work. izations in charge. The American
V :00-Arujistice dance in, BarbourE Legion auxiliary will use its share in
gymnasiunm. assisting war cripples, and the Y. W.
C. A. to promote work in Y. W. C.
1'U-NOTICES A.'s of other countries, for the purpose

Look for 'veLoW'
on the back of
the prints we

Thelc Anni Arbor Art association n. of furthering friendship among foreig
nources an exhibition of famous; countries. Those in charge of the sal
paintings in Alumni Memorial hall! say that -the proceeds are to be use
Nov.5 t No. 1. Th exibiionfor a joint purpose, to heln erase th
Nillbe reto v.t2 he eblic. ti effects of the Great War, and to prF
Senors -rho have not yet obtained vn te as
their photographers' 'receipts must;l'
do so as soon as possible. The The University Chamber of Cor.
Miehiganensian office is open from coerce ri t Wednesday in the F-conor
2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon except ics building. VW- H. Butler spokeo
Saturday. "Problems That Confront Chamberse
Sophonioro engineers are asked to re- C~mre"Absns etn o
p~ort this'agternoon at 4 o'clock at I~dterglrporm
Ferry field, to P. C. Eddy for speed- -_______
ball game with sophomore hi.ts. Daily classified for real results.


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Velox costs us more than other photo.
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while because it assures you of prints of the
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Painstaking finishing is a rule with us-m.
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