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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ollow the dinner, tickets alloted but all orders previous

UILY OFFICIAL BLETIN.
ication ini the Bulletin is constructive notice. to all members of
niversity. Copy received by t1'o Assintant tic the Pros't opt until
P. mn. (11:30 a.,im. Saturlv.

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THURSDAY, JANUARY, 10, 1924

Number 77?

merican Peace Awvard:
The University has been asked to aid in. bringing the plan awarded the'
ok Prize before students and faculty and in affording an opportunity for
xpression of individual opinion on its m erits. Copies of the winning plans,
urnished by the American Peace Award, have been sent to the Library,
rnion, Lane Hall, Barbour Gymnasium, Registrar's office in University
all, and several administrative office s. They may also be obtained, with
Ballot form, at the counter in the Secretary's' office. The Michigan Daily
il print discussions of. the plan tog ether with a ballot form, Sunday, Jan-
Gary 13. F. E. Robbins.
xecutlve Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
n Friday, January 11, at 4:00 p. in. A. H. Lloyd.
'niversity Senate:
The second regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1923-
924 will be held in Room C, Law' Building on the evening of Monday, Jan-
iary 14, at eight o'clock.
Annual Report of the Board in Control of Athletics.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary.
rt Exhibition: .
The following pictures will be on exhibition under the auspices of the
nn Arbor Art Association Janu ray 8th to January 21st, from 1:30 to 5:00
n week days and from 2:00 to 5:00 on Sundays:
Painting by Western Artists, (The Taos Colony and others)..
Printings by California Artists.
Januray 8th to 15th only: Oriinal Works by Bakst.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
,a Sociedad Hispanica :
There will be an important meeting of the Sociedad Hispanica tonight
,t 7:45 pa. in. in the Auditorium of Lane Hall. All members are urged to be
resent as a great deal of business will be brought up at: that time.
Milton Peterson, President.
eological And Geographical Journal Clubs;:
There will be a Joint meeting of theGeological and 'Geographical Journ-
,1 Clubs in Room G 436, Natural Science Building on Thursday, January 10th
,t 7:30 p. m. Program:. "Land Utilization in the .United States"-O. E. Baker,
reviewed by Professor McMurry.
All interested are cordially invited to .attend.
L. lei. Gould, Secretary.f
Our meeting'for this week will be held this evening at. 7:30. A debate
'ill be held on the world court question.. At the business meeting following
lie debate the nomination of officers for next semester 'will take place.
'he -group picture for the MICHIGANENSIAN will be taken Saturday at2
im. at Speddings.
Elmer Salzmnan, President.
,trn And Blade D)inner:
A dinner and smoker sponsored by the Gun anid Blade Club' will 'be "given
n Thursday evening at the Michigan Union. Colonel Spofford of Chicago,
district Manager of the U. S. Veteran s' Bureau and Mr. Day, Sub-District
vlanager of Detroit will speak.
Dinner is to be served at 6:30 p. in. in the mnin dining room of the
Tnion. Tickets available at Mr. Bryce's office until Thursday noon. A
Read The Daily "Classified" Columnns

free smoker at 7:30 in room 318 *411 f
Music, speeches and smokes will c
Since this is Colonel Spofford's first
gan, it is strongly urged that every Vet,
be present to welcome him.
Riding Class:
Captain Hohl's clans in equitation
of the absence of Captain Holmn from
The class will meet next Thursday
Engineering Building at 4:00 p. in.
WHIAT'S GOIG ON
THURSDAY}
3:00-J-llop committee meets in room !
302, Union.
4 :00-Fren ch play tryouts in room
202, S. W.
4:30--A. J. B. Waco lectures on "Pre-
historic Greece"~ in Natural Science
auditorium. The lecture will be il-
lustrated.
7 :00--Glee club meets I reading
room, Union.
7:30--(in and Blade smxoker, rooms
318-20, Union.
7 :40-Saginaw club meets In room
302, Union.
7 :45-La Sociedad Hispanica meets in
auditorium of Lane hall.
8 :00-Play Production class gives
readings in University Hall.
FRIDAY
12 :10-Law faculty lunch In Union.
12:10- History department lunch,
room 319, Union.
4:00-Military ,ball committee. meets
in room 302, Union.
7:30-Polonia Literary circle meets in
Lane hall.

:omplete the evenings program. to September first will be returned."
;t. visit at the University of Michi- Each year sees a greater demand
tera's urea trineeon he cmpu for football tickets. "Where this will
era's urauornee onethPesicampusIend is hard to predict, but one thing i
Joh A.Boye, resden. jis certain any one wvho wants to see
Michigan's gamnes next fall had better
have his order in on September first.
a wil not meet this date on account? Last year all tickets for the Miehigan-,
the city. Ohio State game, which. took place
'January 17th as usual in room 312 October 20th, were sold by Septembler
Wm. . Crpener. 13th and all indications point to a
Wam. . Capentr. Imore rapid sale this year.
7 :30--Pytlutgoreans meet in room 302,) Hiealth Service Kent Busy E
Union. The first rush since the resumption,
_____ of classes a week ago took -place yes-j
U-NOTICES .terday and the day before at the
An exhibitlon of paintings ,by western Health service. Nothing outside of the
artists' as well as by Leon Bakst is usual number of colds seems to be
now hanging in the opper gallery of:peant
Alumni Memorial hall. The exhibit peaet
is open daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock.}
IAll organizations and fraternities s.v...a.....r.........w..u......
must have their group pictures tak-
en during the month of January. tL'W
All classeg, campus societies, and or-. 04Pg 7gE1au
ganizations must pay for thnir space -
in the Michiganenstan before, Jan.
23.
Organization space is still available at
the Michiganensian office. Contracts Phone 2963"Rs
should be signed at once for this
spae b oraniatinswhich have ________________
not sb already done ognztso
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Michigan football fans who were
unable to get tickets for the grid-
iron, classics at Ann Arbor last fall
are determined not to be disappoint-
ed again. On December 7th two
weeks after the close of last season,
a letter from Grands Rapids with check
enclosed, was received at the Athletic
office ordering tickets for the Michi-
gan-Iowa game of 1924 which is tor
,be played in Ann Arbor on November
22nd. This was the first of many
letters already received applying for
tickets for next season.
"We are pleased to note this marked
interest in our games",. said Harry
Tillotson, business manager of the
Athletic Association, "and especially
the growing. tendency of the public
to make applications for tickets early.
tWe cannot,''however, ;keep our °foot-
ball books open the entire year an(!
are forced to return all applications
that reaceh thi s office before Septem-
ber first. Applications received on'
thatdateareopenodc, recorded °and

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~TH[E ART FF" COSTUME AND ITS AP-
PLICATION TO THE. INDIVIDUAL I:{
I'PERSONALITY is a lecture of very great interest to
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2531-Forgetful Blues - Fox Trot.
'Neath Egyptian Skies"Elea oe'Oensr
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"The Keg",
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Nashville Nightingale
Marion Harris

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