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'ublication in the Bulletin is constructive_ notice Lk,
e University. Copy received by 'be Assistant to the~
:30 p. mn. (11.30 a. mn. Saturdays
plumie 5 SUNI)A y,NVEBR211

The mdeti1,c un;g W li lbe held in TRoom 348 West gneigBidn t7
r r I p. in. arl R, l~llixiz~ililer, (ciiera1f 'hairmn..
d L " p "trn'v5'r'. : ('iih a1!(nd Amer')ItianAs--ocialien of Engineers:
all members of Mnbr of the Amtieric an A.ssociation of Engineers and the Uiest
1-esdent until Club aud.,16 'e dies, of thleir famialies will meet Tuesday night at the Uni-r
verit Cub. Electio n rctzirns by radio will be received.
Ntmbr : Harry C. Can~er, Secretary.
Choral Union ushers are requested to report at 7 p. m. Monday evening at
' ve tr>,1hill Auditorium for concert. IV. A. Davenport.
Me~ WclflE day, lNovcrIbeI 5. at 4:20. Room 13173 N. S. Building~p. Paper
byht C. 1).AL:Tue1---"'Tllo rulbe.r situation in the Amazon valley.''
Er will be field onil


ie Deans:
hiere 'will be no conference of the Deans on Wde
ate Council
Ile second meeting of the Senate Couzncil for the yea ,
iday, November 3, at 4:15 p. in., in the President's o
Frank E. Rohlolw.;


Publications Scholarship Prizes:
The Board in Control of Student Publications, in order to foster a higher
standard of scholarship among those engaged in work upon the student pub -
lcations, is offering three annual cash prizes amounting to $500 (a first
prize of $250, a second prize of $150 and a third prize of $100) to those main-
taing the highest scholarship records while working on the several publica-
tions. The prizes will be awarded each year between the opening of school
and the Christmas vacation. To be eligible for a prize a student must have
done satisfactory work on some one publication or publications, for at least
four semesters. The work need not, however, have been continuous. Any stu-
dent now in the University who wishes to be cons-Idered as eligible for one
of the prizes to be awarded this fall is requested to fill out a blank for that
purpose, which may be obtained at the Publications Office in the Press
Iuilding. Only those who file applications will be considered. All applica-
tions must be filed on or before November 15, 1924. Additional information
in regard to the prizes may be obtained at the Publications Office.
Board in Control of Student' Publications.
Un~iversity Women-House Presidents:
All signing-out slips for the month of October must be turned in to the
office of the Dean of Women before November 10.
/ Jean Hamilton, IDeani of Women.
'Uni rsity Women:
Michigan women attending the Ohio State Game at Columibus, are required
to sign registration slips and pay the chaperonage fee in the office of the
Dean of Women before noon of Friday, November 14th. No permission to g
upon the night train will be granted 'after that time.
The special round-trip tickets for the 0. S. U7. game permit, no stop-overs.
To stay over night in Columbus will cost $7.44 additional railroadl fare. Wo-
men desiring permission to remain must ask their prospective hostesses to
write directly to the Dean of Women before Friday, November 14th.
Jean Hamilton, ]Dean of Women.
For'eign Women:
Will all foreign women on the campus meet Miss Richards in the Parlor
of Barbour Gymnasium Tuesday, at 4:00 o'clock, to dis cuss plans for their
rfrifna voain r 'ATi-:hrdinm.1_,Aq~~,f.int Dlbni of inv iik,,

: j ls w ;ll be a meeting of Acolytes Tuesday, November 4, at 3 p. mn. Prof.
C. . ili-'t wllroaId a pal)(-r on "The Influence of Kant on French
hc ib~t7 Johi nwiper, Arch - A cdyte.
Timmonhlymeeting will be fheld on Tuesday, November 4th, at S p. in.,
i n Room";12 atural Science Building. The following papers will be read:
"itcer ievrelopinents in Bohr's 'Theory of Atomic Structure," by Profes-
:so C Ocar Klein. "Afes. pira'tion of Micro-organismns," by D~r. Malcolhn H.
iiSonIc. A. liudht~lwd, Secretary.
The .J i'Curs3 l Club:
Thm, Jour nal Club of the. Classical Departments (Latin 207) will meet
MonayNov 8,at 3i:00 p. in.,. in L. 11.'2006. All members of the Greek and
iLatin faculties and seminaries are asked to attend.
James E. Din lap, Sec'y.
!IAll t hose who signed up for Mlasques tryouts are requested to be present
at- ani important meeting Monday afternoon at four o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angel -AHall. Also all members are urged to attend, as committees will be ap-
iontdA Iis time. TNellle .Rittenhouse.
The Pysi'L~c: Colloquiumn will meet in Room. 1041 New Physics Bldg. at
4:15i p. in., on Tuesday, November 4. Professor N. IT. Williams will speak
o.1 i e t itc of F~our Electrode Vacuum Tubes." All interested are
!1iv-1d to iattendl. IL. R. Randall.
'1'e next, mieting of Phi Lambda Upsilon will be held Monday evening,
November .3. at 7- o'clock piomptly in Room 303 Ghbemistry building. Election
of new members will take place at this time. It is imperative that all mem-
bers be presents Frank J. VnNtatta, Secretary.
Varsity WGe- Club:
1teher;alI will he held Monday from 5 to 5:45 p. in., in the School of Music
Auiioi ni. ('aril B. Sciiooniaker, Manager.

ha ~n spe)akilinglbefore tHle Sund11ay
S ch cnvenrtion hereo, is presidlent
ofatOhio Sta te university. Daily an-
n1ounLCements end11 accounts of the con-
fe('ee ave termed him "formler
president." Mr . Thompson corrected
the impression at one of the meetings
For winter sports,
leathe r jickct-.
G reatfor
.man outdoors.
Cold can't

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1 021 Maiden Lane

Come down Sunday and view our
Inany thousands of flowers in bloom.
Mums, roses, carna'tions and others.
j c sure and come. Convince yourself=
that right here in your city you have
one of the largest and most up to date
greenhouses in the country, Bring
your mother, wife or sweetheart.
For Saturday a genuine $2.00 box of
assorted cut flowers at $1.00.

. od leaither
Xa.IS. $12

Ann Arbor Floral Company
The Home of F resh Flowers



Greenhouse-i1021 Maiden Lane, Phone 2190
Store-122 East Liberty St., Phone 6130

I IDownitown

t Exibt by Viennese Children:
:'his exhibit will be openi Monday and Tuesday from two to five
:I Monday and Tuesday evening from 7 to 9:30 o'clock in the Wes,
Alumni Memorial Hall. Dr. John Kollar and Miss' North will be
ephnthe exhibit. Dr. John Kollar comies under the auspices of
-sity and the exhibit is under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art

dmisslon is free.

WV. P. Loininar,

~atic Facuty:
rhe next regular Faculty meeting will be held Tuesday, No-,vnim
Op. m., Faculty Room, Medical Building. Carl 1'. 'Fberbaclh, A.I
glsh III (Public Speaking For Engineers:)
The speakers for the Thursday night assembly (November GtLh
PI J. Rommel Chairman; and Messrs, L. M. Cooper, G. 0. Hoglui
burger, D. M. Cooper, H. C. Coulter, A. K. Eugene, E. E. Niel
E. Smith.

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Sl I hA ; :1)--Jrourimadci mneets in 0 y. AT
r.I ibw.:10- - liscuI sion c4lasses meet at Literay biding.
Presbyterian churelt. ' i Varsity lecurtersliE
4.:intfrlci raterttily [ om~ii ieets it Shol f uscauditorium.
er th, at lan hall. 7.:00--Phi Lambda iiieel s il 103
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i.A!Unitarian church.
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