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October 22, 1924 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 10-22-1924

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Tw the Deans:;
There will be a conferencec of the Deans on Wednesday, October 22, at ten
o'clock in the President's office. 31. L. Burton.

_____ TIHILMICI GAN, DAILY
(Couperin,) Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C. (Bach,) "Hymn to the Sun"
(Le Coq d 'Or) (Rimsky-Korsakofi',) An Autumn Sketch (Brewer,) Rose
Window (MLulct.) Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Botanical Senn itir eets Wednesdery, October 22, at 4:30 B173 N. S. Build-
ing. Paper by E. C. Anderson-"Crossing over in triploid Drosophila."
B. 31. 1av is.
Noice to All .-tvaa-lNescr4-iss:
heregular weekly mneting of the University unit will be held in the
There will be a closedl private pecrformance for club members only Wednes-
dlay evening at 8:15. Admittance will be by membership ticket only. Those
who have not paid their dlues may (10 so at this meeting; and cards will
bissued to all members who have paid their fees.
Ross L. T-laylor, President.
Mectingof Romuance Club, toda y (Wednesday) at 4:15 o'clock, Room 302,
Union. Plans for the coming year will be discussed. Full attendance desired.

OF , PE~iD~lSHEA choosing as hrsect, "AAI n
kfOF CE EBERS ~ a ISalvation Army O'flic." A>bi
Sfnfi oI III of siIPa cranosolo renderedbylr
Homer Grafton, accompaniedl1 ~
L. C. Reiman, community sits;:i; .,u1
Salvation Army day was the special
feature at the Chamber of Commerce ± n~ the last two years Con . s
luncheon held at noon yesterday in faced about 1,000 farm bills o ,hc
the Commerce inn. Alfred P. Smith,} 18 wer passed.
captain of the Ann Arbor Salvation!,---',
Army, was the principal speaker, and
in his talk he brought out the fact; SIl~~~~i~~IN ~
1 that the Army has a dlual purpose to'___
Iperform: That which has to (10 with Alotfrspebalr\ie
religious affairs, and that which is i o o4ococ br ~ya
more of a social nature. I ferym 3eld.4oic wet hI O
The work in Ann Arbor was cx- haery ed boefor (,r t
plained, and tab~les showing the ac- I I 15i Y,1 I
tivities of the year were p~resented. Mngr
Among other things which the Army'
is working for at present is a nlew
Mrs.d Alfred P.uSith scaloaspore,-no
ligious meetings. LocalSusrpin $3.50--payable

.;I:\l )AY OTOBER 2u2, 1924

Loan Connmittee Meeting:
There will be a meeting of the University Committee on Student Loans on
Wednesday, October 23rd, in Boom 2, University Hail. Students who have
pending applications' should appear before the Committee at the following
hours: College of Literature, Science and the Arts, 1:45; Law School, 3:00;
School of Education, 3:15 and College of Engineering, 3:30.
J. A. Bursley, Chairman.
Executive Board, Graduate School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Craduiaty School
on Wednesday, October 22, at 4:00 p. m. A. H. Lloyd.
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Arclittire:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Wednesday,
October 22, at 4:15 p. in., in Room 411 West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hlopkins.
Political Science 121:
Then class in American Constitutional Law will meet in Room 406 Library
instead of 1213 Literary Building as formerly. E. S. Brown..
Rhetoric 1:
There will be a luncheon and staff meeting for the instructors of fresh-
man rhetoric in Room 323 of the Michigan Union on Thursday at '12 :15.
Waldo Abbot,
Freshmen Engineers :
Professor George W. Patterson will address the class at the weekly as-
sembly in room 348 Engineering building at 11 o'clock. The final voting
for class officers will take place at thi s time also. J. C. Brier.
Twilight Organi Recital:
Mr. Palmer Christian, University Organist, will play the following numbers
in "the Twilight Organ Recital Wednesday afternoon, October 22, at 4:15
o'clock in Hill Auditorium, to which the general public is cordially invited
to attend :
Prelude to "Die ;Meistersinger" (Wagner,) Reverie (Debussy,) Lament

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------_____- -- ---- '- held luncheon and staff meeting in
icofli 323, Union.
WHAT'S G O IM( G IN 17 :30-Veteranls of Foreign Wars ineet
N\otices to apipear in this colunin mnot in room 304, Union.
be left i 1<le 1 ,~ 's at the Daily v ibec ______
proyilcd fol' that t111-11ose 1, -o c 4
o'clock pvrccec:liing h claiy of issue. U-NOTICES
WEI)1;S~AYSenior pictures are on sale at the
1 'llI)N"sH f'E'nsian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
10 :0~0-Dean's coniferencee in P'resi. ernoon until Thanksgiving.
dent's office. All caimmps organizations, fraternities,
1:!5-Th~lyof ('ollcges of I= igin-1 sororities, and societies must have
cering andl Arch itectunre meet inl their contracts. for organization
room 411, West Engineerig build- space in the Michiganensian office
ing. by Nov. 1.
4:15--Organ rCtal at 1:.-1 audittor-
imma. Nearly 30,000,000 persons, approxi-
4 :15-1Roia ict club mnccls in rofen iiiately half the population of Japan,
302, Union.; have saving deposits with the Japa-
5:00-Executive hoard of Women's nese postoffice. The total of these de-
Athletic association meets in Bar-! posits at the end of July was
hour gymnasiuml. {1,133,818,177 yen.
r :130- Naval Reserves meet in 1t (. ________________
T. C. drill hall.1 Glen Fall, N. Y., Oct. 21.-Snow
r :30--fill Sigmat itiecis ini raoim Z-212., yc sterday witenedI the ground at In-
Natural Science building. d3ian Lake and a flurry, which lasted
- ; ,,bout an hour, was reported at North
III'RvS1)A Y Creek.
11 :01-Felnan eiia~ganccrs Iot in
room 348, En-I ecri~q-, building. Local Subscriptions $3.50-payable
lt.!-iresahama rhia fsore in l raactors crow.

Tours to Europe-Summer ofx1925
FORl STCl)E<.-,N-r, TEACHERS, ARTIST'S ETC.
30 D)-ay Tour-All $300 a up LON DOTT, l 'SS
Expenses Iiichided AN_!) PAR'18
SAILINGS EM) OF 'JUNE AM) EARLY JULY
Other Tours Include In Chiarg~e of ('ompetet l irectors rla14r-
Italy, Switzerland at oaghi y Experienced lit E uropeanl
Moderate Cost. TFravel.
WALTER H. WOODS Co. BOSTON
80 BOYLSTON STRIEET MASS.

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3 DEPENDABLE STORES
324 So. State St.
Corner E. and S. University Ayes.
State and Packard
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