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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OrFFICIAL BULLETIN"
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the P'rasidept until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdasa)
'volume 4 Wti)NEf4'ii)AY{, ; rEIIER 14, 19,23 Niunber 45
'To the I1hlans~:
There will be nio confer(nc of the i leans; on Wedriusiay, November 14.
at ten o'clock. 3 3f* 1, JJ4 ,
To the faculty:
All profesasocsi and instruictors d srirn5 to hia r! their xalarv checkcs
Ooposited nlenthly, i'/ y arrange to (d) so at the SPwret arv's oifice before I
November 26. S. W. Sinlil, Secretary.
To the 11lsiers of' Keys to Uui~er.ity IB id !gs;I'
Your attention is specifically called 1.0 .hje foillowi-M. cl:)Use in the rules
governing the distri!bution anidire ),n sib'lt o est University buildl-
ings as adopted by the Reg ents in May, 1f,2,%:
"Responsibility for closing of buildings shall continue to rest with Ithe
D"cpart'nent of Buildings and CxroundIs, ,:tkill( key-holder is auf for i ed( to
leave doors unlocked at timeos whenv no()repr~sentative of H ie l3Eilia o~ and
Grounds department is on regular durty in fhe building; affected."'
The attention of the b)usiness office has bec'n calledl to the fact. that
certain doors have rep~eatedly been 1-ff~ unlocked.- Unless this p~ractice is
dislconrtinued at once, it, will 1)e n(ec, sary~ to n sk that all key privileges he
revoked as far as the parties resimons~lble for this condition are. concerned.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.

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I id-West Letgue D~ebates:
The question decided upon for the Michigan-Illinois-Wisconsin debates
i:"Resolved, that the drainage project of the Chicago Sanitary District,
insofar as it involves the diversion from Lake Mvichigan of such quantity of
water as may be necessary to provide adequate sanitatio'n for the city of
IChicago, should be permanently guaranteed. (International treaty rights
waived)".
Alpha Nu and Adelphi preliminaries must be completed by December 14.
The t ryout for indenendents will be held in Room 302 M. H., Thursday,
December 13, at 7 P. M. A five minute talk on some phase of the question
si~mul be presented. The combined Societies-Independents tryout will be
heuld on January 5, at 8 A . M. L. 31. Eich.
1 ublic Qpeakng for Engineers:
Progirm for Nov. 14, Room 348, Eng. Bldg., includes W. F. King, Chair-
man; 0. A. Colg rove, C. E. Meyer, W. I-1. Arnold, H1. A. Smith, F. L. Thompson,
S. Ii. lY>ow, C. A. Vielmetti, as :speakers. J. K. Bulsier.
(;ha uIl er of Conuicree )Teeting:
hannber of Commerce Meeting Wednesday, Nov. 14, 325 Union. Mr.
'Btlor resident of the'Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce will speak.
( R. .1. Chick, Publicity Director.
I Vid-vers'IN of MiciilgariBand :
l' t hear=al to~lniht at 7:30 P. M. at U. hall.
W illiam Graulicli, Jr., Asst. Manager.

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mates, Lew Tendler. As Ben and Lew,
have met before, there's no doubt but: 1t111ii111I1t1i111111t1111NlIi 11H 11ltltlllltltlfF
what they have their act pretty well ,s
rehearsed by this time. I - rl? eS
Placing international intercollegiate ! 99 Times in 100 Pictures are the
tennis on a basis similar to that of
the Davis cup and the Hazel Hotch-, os Acceptable Gf
kiss-Wighitman Vase matches is the , otGf
hope of the United States Lawn Ten-
nisP ht- r f association. The initial step w as ma e r c n l he:rsd n w gh a h h o c s e e t o
F. Davis appointed an international ."a:heCocetSleto
committee to act with the English' and Best Prices
committee, with a view to Arranging C 2 NICKELS ARCADE OPPOSITE P. 0.
matches in 1924. i1*11l *tllllltlllltltl11U 1111tIl~ it1tllillllilll11ii
Bowdoin College gridders have a
new system for fooling their oppon-
ents. The ends on the varsity are
twins, Horace and Charley Hildreth,tl1i1
and the enemy never can tell "which__________
The dusky natives of Porto Rico THaO ENN
the Caucasian element as well may o
have' the opportunity of seeing big
league baseball this winter. Presi- I
dent Dan O'Neill o the EasternTh Unv r ty D
sen abaebll lu t te ilad orUnierit D ning..Room
L a u ha re e v d aa in i ai ntse d a b s b l cl b t th is a d fra fifteen gam e tour. It is likely O'N eill at;
will accept.S O T +i T
Approve Filiphna Plans 1212 SOUH UNIVi'ERSITY
Manila, .Nov. 13.-The Independence WEDNESDAY MORNING1
commission has approved the plan to
send a delegation to Washington to airj Board by Day meal orWeek
the Filipinos' side of the controversyl
[with Governor-General Wood. __________________________________

WHAT'S GOING ON
WVE DNESI)AY
4 :0'3--Seabb-.rd and Blade ii IL. 0. T.
C. office.

THURSDAY
12:00--Republican club meets In the
Union.
7 :30)-Christlan Science society meets
in Lane hall.
7:30--Newark club meets in Union.
7 :3i--Westerners' clnub meets i IHar-
?rs hall.

The application of X-Rays in the various fields of scienlce by Dr. Wheel-
er P. Davey,,of the Research Laboratory. Goeeral Electric Company, ISehc~n-
eCtady, N. Y., 7 p. in.. Wednesday, Nov. 14.
West Lecture Room, Physical Laboratory. 11. W. In 11i.
Phfillips Scholarsl ip:
All applications for Phillips Scholarshilps forthe year 19211-24. or for re.,
newal of scholarships held last year, should be iiade inined jately at the
Dean's office.
JohnldR.1Effiger,
F.I. W. elsey.
Faculty Directoryq
Copies of the Faculty Directory and of the Address List of new members
of the Faculty may l)e obtained from the Registrar's office. Appilications
may be made either in person or by telephone for niesseriger d(i~uvery.
Arthur, (1. Hal.
Eigliteering Shops:
Tphe Engineering Shops will be closed Wedinesdlay afternoon, as an x
p1'C.skim of sympathy for the recent bereavement of Mr. D~onald L. Perkins
of the Engineering Faculty.
0. IV. Boston, Acting D~irector Engineer S hops.
Zoological Journal C'lb:
The Club will meet in Room Z-242 of the Zoolot, 'al Lzaboratory at 7:30
P. M. on Thursday, November 1:). The following program will be given and
all those interested are infvit ed to b)e pro s^ t:
"The heat coagulation of protoplasm",y.!,y . V. H eilbrunn.
"The structural con seciuen ccs of physiolo-icAl adapt ation, and thieir
bearing on the p7roblemls of evolution'', by C. L. fl ubbs.
Tlrigomwihmery,)Moun. anid Thutrs. atlI:
First special meeting will be held at 1 p. rt..Itoday in Roomi 318,
W.IW. lDentoni.
Phi1 Sigma Meeting:
On Wednesday, Nov. 14th, tat 7 :110 o'clock,. in Room Z-2.12, N. S.. J. Paul
Jones, Zoologist, will talk on "The Vnolioius telptiles of' North America,
their venom and antidote." Af cr the lecture, eloction of new zne: oers
and othqr important business will be taken up. All members are urgred to
be there on time. L. if. isag'ser, Secret ary.

YOU will be

more

than pleased
with our food
and service
at

4:4141--Oymu teamn practice in gymnas- Ijenishawn Ticket
m4:0-i yin nsumin pparatius squad Applications Out~
meets in Dr. May's office. ____
41:30---llta Sigma Rhmo meets, room i General mal order applications for
:02, Mason hall. the Denishawn concert to be held Nov.
7 :00--Sagimaw(clubi meets In room 302, 26 in Hill auditorium will be available
S Un ion. today. Mail orders may be pro-
7 r:00t-16. P. D~avie speaks on applie-curdi h lby- h Uinada
tion of The x-ray to the sciences,)crdi h ob fteUinada
West lecture hal, Physics build- all of the bookstores. A general sale'
ing, of seats will not take place until the
7:15 -Bcrnard Hirk freshnan group latter part of next week.
meets in reading room of Union. Mail orders will be filled in the or-
7 :1B--Al-fi'esliinaul meeting ini read- der that they are received. John M.
ing oom f Unon.Russell, '24, manager of the Glee club,
ing 0rooo Union.metn a tn.Iunder whose auspices the Denishawn
7i3~ on. dl lbmetn tli dancer will appear here, urges all;
those who expect to attend the con-1
;i.5- --ioiiigstown cluib meets in roomj cert to mail their orders to him li-'
321, Union.; mediately.
7 AZ5- -Dellolay meeting In Harris hll.tl(
S "O(1- lleef:eig of 11 (ircolo Italiao in Buenos Aires, Nov. 13.- Domingo
1room 202, southwe,+t v~hg of Univer-, Salaberry, finance minister under
city hall. President Irigoyen, has killed himself,
STo the Sororities and Fraternities of :
the University of Michigan =1
Won't you please let the Relief Committee for Central Europe
jhave such ca='t-off clothing that you do not expect to wear anymore,2
so it can be forwarded to the suffering ones abroad? ~A cold winter E
is beor l) tho im. We will gladly send for whatever you can spr, 21
if you will call telephone 14. -
Please accept thanks in advance, from=
The Relief Committee.
C OCERTS~i
~Sunday, November 25, 4:15 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
SUNIVERSITY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Samuel P. LOCKWOOD, Conductor
GRACE JOHNSON ORA
wKONOLD LARTHARD
jSoprano Violoncellist
j No Admission Charge-Children under Twelve Years of age not ad-2
witted unless they first obtain ticket at tie School of Music
,y Thursday, November 22, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
COSI FAN TUTTE OPERA CO.2
wDirection WILLIAM WADE HINSHAW
=BRILLIANT HEADED BY_
j SOLOISTS IRENE WILLIAMS
Stage Scenery and Beautiful Costumes 2
- A Few Tickets for Individual Concerts Available. 2
Monday, December 4, 8 P. M. Extra Concert Series ='
DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA a
r VICTOR Richard
-KOLAR CROOKS2
Conducting Tenor2
Ia Course Tickets-$3.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00 2
2 - Single Concerts-$.50, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Suniday, December 9, 4:14 P. M. Faculty Concert Series
CONCERT BY FACULTY
- of the UNIVERISITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC-
2No Admission Charge-Children under Twelve Years of age not ad 2
- ntted unless they first obtain ticket at the School of Music=
Wednesday, December 12, 8 P. M. Choral Union Series
EFREMI RENOWNED2
ZIMBALIST VIOLINIST
_A Few Tickets for Individual Concerts Available.2
- For information or tickets call at the University School of =j

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sufficient to satisfy all,
but everyone seems to find
exactly what he 'most wants

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Tuttle's
338 Maynard

Lunch Room
St., South of Majestic

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