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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, 'NOVENIBER 22,

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22,

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f Rhetoric 1, Tu., Th., Sat., at S. Rhetoric 21, X. 1, F at 10:
Meetings after Wednesday, November 21, will be held ;nl flw caholic
Chapel, across State Street. T. E. Rankin.
IForestry 23:
The mid-semester xamination wil be given in room F214, N. S., Friday,
Nov. 23 at 9:00 a. in. L. J. Young.
Bonitanical Semnar:
Meets Thursday, Noember 22 at 4:30, Room BI 173. N. S. Building. Pa-
per by Professor 11. E. Pulling of Wellesley' College. B.l. Pa is.
Alpha Nu:
There wil be a debate this evening on the subject: "Resolved that Con-
gress by a two-thirdls vote should be permitted to override a decision of
the Supreme Court." There will also be a pledge meeting.1
Elmer Salzrnan, President.
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Japanese puff quilts, and baby buntings in pink and blue.
a Baby bonnets in Angora, Silk and Wool.
a Carriage boots, in pink, blue and white satin.
Splendid array of pillow tops, plain and embroidered.
From toyland, we have received wonderful wooly animals:
I Bears, Bunnies, Kittens and Dogs.
Hand-made wooden toys, unsurpassed in workmanship and
'dUurability. Made in the mountains of North Carolina.
Necessities for the kiddies, in the way of underwear, seep-
'ing suits, school hosiery, with leg double to; shoe top. Black
only. Shop early and avoid disappointments. °
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The G~un and Blade Clubs
The Gun and Blade Club wvill hold its regular meeting Thursday evening
at 7:30 in room 304 Michigan Union. All members are urged to be present.
Mr. Bryce, Co-ordinator of the Veterans' Bureau, office will be present to
explain the requirements as outlined in letters of the Sub-District Office.,
Dated Nov. 14,- 1923. John A. Boyce, Presiddnt.
Portia Literary Society:
A short meeting of the society will be held this evening in Boom 302,
Mason Hall. Members are requested to be present promptly at seven
o'clock, in order that the meeting may close in time for the Choral Union
concert. Charlotte A. Blogdonz.
Alpha Epsilon Mu :
Meets Thursday, Nov. 22, in Michigan Union; rooms No. 302 at 7:00
o'clock. J. D. Biller.

First Year Band
To Meet Ton igh t
All freshmen who intend to play in
the freshman band which will provide
music at the class games next S~tur-
day. should meet at 7 :30 o'clock tonight
in the assembly hall of the Union,
when a definite attempt at organization
will be made. A director for the band
will be elected from the freshmen.
Mexico City, Nov. 21.-The National
railway is seeking right to build a
short line to Tampico, to cost about
$3,500,000.

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