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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICI1AL OULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice ti- all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th.a PResident until
3:30 p. in. (11'30 a. m. Saturdayf
Volume 5 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 19D Number 37

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To the IDeans:
There will be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, November 5,
1924. 3l. L. Burton.
Foreign Women:
Will all. foreign women on the campus meet Miss Richards in the Parlor
of Barbour Gymnasium Tuesday, at 4:00 o'clock, to discuss plans for their
Christmas vacation. Grace E. Richards, Assistant Dean of Women.
Medical Faculty:
The next regular Faculty meeting will be held Tuesday, November 4th, at
8:00 p. m., Faculty Room, Medical Building. Carl W. Eberbach, W. D.
Medical Faculty:,
Doctor A. B. Hill, Professor of Physiology, University College, London, will
address the Metlical Faculty and students at 7 p. in., in West Amphitheater,
Medical Building, this evening. All who may be interested are invited to
attend.
Professor Hill, one of the most noted of the world's Physiologists, was the
recipient of the Nobel Prize in 1922 in recognition of his work on the physiol-
ogy of the contraction of muscle.
The time of the Faculty Meeting has been changed from 8 to 8:30 p. in.
Carl W. Eberbach.
Requlred Health Lectures for Women:
Lecture IV.
For freshmen-Tuesday, Nov. 4th.
For entering sophomores-Thursday, Nov. 6th.
Girls who missed lectures last year are expected to be making them up
in the Thursday section. Everyone please bring a bluebook to each lecture.
Margaret Bell.
Vnlv2rsity Cluh and American Association of Engieers:
Members of the American Association of Engineers and the University
Club and the ladies of their families will meet Tuesday night at the Uni-
versity Club. Election returns by radio will be received.
Harry C. Carver, Secretary.
R 0. T. C:
M.' S. 3, Sections I and II. M. S. 5, Section I.
I .will be unable to meet the above classes on Tuesday, November 4th,

ning, November 5, promptly at 8:00 o'clock in the Auditorium of University
hail. The following one-act plays will 'be produced: "For Distinguished Ser-
vice" by Florence Knox, "Martha's Mourning" by Phoebe Hoffman, "The
Imipertinance Of The Creature" by Gordon Lennox, and "Sweethearts" by W,
S. Gilbert. A nominal charge for the series will be made. The other pro-
grams will be "Shavings" on November 28, "Arms And The Man" on Decem-
ber 17, and "The Playboy Of The Western World" on January 21.
1I4 T1'. Hollister.
Interfraternity Council:
The first regular meeting of the Interfraternity Council will be held at
7:30 o'clock tonight at the Michigan Union. All fraternities who are mem-
bers will please send their two delegates. John E. Clark, President .
S. C. A. Financial Drive*.
All captains, lieutenants, and corporals of tLe Student Christian Associa-
tion financial drive meet for dinner in the Methodist church (cor. State and
Washington streets) at 5:45 tonight. Fred Lawton and Prof. H. W. Miller of
the Engineering department will ]peak. Imperative that all attend.
Earl Sawyer, Chairman, S. C. A. Financial drive:
Xuiti eIrsity of MJicigan Band:
Special important rehearsal at the band headquarters tonight. All mem-
bet's must be present at this rehearsal. By order of the director.
Arthur 3f. Smith.

R. 0. T. C:
There will be no Band practice to-
night, Tuesday. Novembher 4th, 1924.
13 m . T. Carpenter.
Plan Bi-ennial
Banquet In Ohio
II oward I. Shepard, ':8L, director
of the third district of the Alumni as-
sociation, made up of the statg of
Ohio, is planning to start what it is
hoped will be a bi-ennial banquet in
Columbus the night before the Ohio-
IMichigan game, according to an-
nouncement made by the association
yesterday.
'The dinner this year will be for all
alumni in OhiA and is being put on
through the co-operation of the Col-
umbus club at the Deshler hotel on
Nov. 14. The banquet will be $3.50
per plate. Among the speakers who
are expected will be Coach Fielding
H1. Yost and T. Hawley Tapping, field
secretary of the nasociation. It will
be for mnen only.,

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Company B will meet at the usual time.

George W. Dunn, Jr.

The Executive Board of the Women's Athletic Association will meet on
Wednesday, November 5, at 5 o'clock in' Barbour Gymnasium.
Marianna F. Smialley, President.
Phmysics 'Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet in Room 1041 New Physics Bldg. at
4:15 p. in., on Tuesday, November 4. Professor N. H. Williams will speak
on "Characteristics of Four Electrode Vacuum Tubes." All interested are
invited to attend. H. M. Randall.
iunior Research Club:
The monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday, November 4th, at 8 p. m.,
in Room 192 Natural Science Building. The following papers will be read:
"Rcent Developments in Bohr's Theory of Atomic Structure," by Profes-
sor Oscar Klein.
"Respiration of Micro-organisms," by Dr. Malcolm H. Soule.
A. Lindblad, Secretary.
Art Exhibit by Viennese Chilldreni
This exhibit will open Tuesday and Wednesday from two to five o'cloch
?nd from 7 p. m.., to 9:30 p. in., in the West' Gallery of Alumni
Memorial Hall. Dr. John Kollar and Miss North will be present
to explain the exhibit. Dr. John Kollar comes under' the auspices of the Uni-
vority and the exhibit is under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Associa-
tion.
The admission is free. W. P. Lombard.
Women's Research Club:
The Women's Research Club of the University will meet Tuesday evening,
November 4, at 7:30 p. m., in Room Z-242, Natural Science Building. Papers
by Dr. Blanchard and Miss Wead. Theodora Nelson, Secretary.
Cerele Francais )eetig:.
Tuesday evening, November 4, at 7:00 p. in., there will be a short business
meeting of the Cerele Francais in the Cercle Room, S. W. M. Delattre of this
French Department will address the members after the business session,
All members are urged to be present. Charles B. Cummings, Pres.
Play Prodieleioni Series:
The first program in the series of plays presented as a part of the in-
struction in the courses in Play Production will be given Wednesday eve-
Movie Star Falls For Blue Eyes!
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