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E. Moonty, F. J. Goellner, C. D. Green, J. H. Landre, C. F. Anderson, M. H.
Lince, II. M. Preston, and C. W. Martin. Milton M. Maddin.

LY OBULLETIN
Ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice ter all members of.
-ersity. Copy received by the Assistant to th Preeident until
a. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
5 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1924 Number 08

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WHfS GOING ON'

COMMUNITY FUND

burden, protection of the public, in-
surance of justice, and provision for
the year round efficiency. Further)
this plan prevents overlapping and
overlooking, promotes education, stim-
ulates community planning, and builds
community spirit.
ANNOUNCE FINAL DATE'
FOR DROPPING COURSES

WVILL Ell IHAIN1
TIOKETSAT, UNION
A Ann Arbor Railroad Representatives
To Arrange for Accommodations
to Columbus
SPECIALS TO RUN

.ere will be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, November 5,
X. L,Burton.
ersity Extension Advisory Committee:
ere will be a meeting of the University Extension Advisory Committee
y (Wednesday) at 4 o'clock in the office of the Graduate School.
W. D. Henderson.
ign Students:
i foreign students who entered the College of Engineering this semester
equested to meet the Committee on English for Foreign Students Thurs-
Novenber 6th, at 8 o'clock, in Room 306 Michigan Union.
J. Raleigh Nelson, Chairman.
nistry Lecture:
e public is"cordially invited to attend the lecture by Dr. Gerald Wendt,
1 of the Iepartment of Chemistry and Physics, State College, Penn., to
iven Thursday, Nov. 6th, at 8 p. m., in the Chemical amphitheater. The
ect of the talk will be "Chemistry as a Fine Art."
is lecture is given under the auspices of Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
tical society. Eghert K. Bacon, President.
bman Engineers:
an Edmund E. Day will speak at the regular weekly assembly held' in
348 East Engineering Building at 11:00 Wednesday, November 5. The
i for collection of class dues will be open Wednesday from 10:30 a. in.,
30 p. m. J. C. Brier.
'e To Students of Public Speaking 31:
e students in Mr. Brandt's and Mr. Crocker's classes in Public Speak-
1 will meet at Lane Hall November 5 at 7 o'clock for review of Acres
amonds. Lionel Crocker.
mical Seminar:
ets Wednesday, November 5, at 4:30, Room B173 N. S. Building. Paper
D. LaRue-"The rubber situation in the Amazon valley."
B. M. Davis.
gbt Organ Recital: '
lier Christian, University Organist, will play the following numberte at
rwilight Organ Recital Wednesday afternoon, November 5, at 4:15
ck in Hill Auditorium:
ntasia in G minor (Bach:) Aftonfrid (Evening peace) (Hagg:) Rondok
ccio-(Demare) Sonata IV (Guilmant;) Cavatina (Raff:) Marche Russe.
nin!ce.) Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
rical Board:
ere will be a meeting of the Oratorical Board this afternoon at 4:30
k .ln the Board office. Several matters of importance are to be -brought
Millard H. Pryor, President.
Production Plays-Tickets:
studchts having unsold tickets for the Play Production plays should
n them at the door tonight. Albert Wagner, Treasurer.
rsity of Michigan Band:
ort at Hill Auditorium at seven o'clock tonight. Full dross, uniforms'
capes and' black shoes. . Arthur 31. Sitn .
e to All-Naval-Reservists:
e weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednesday, Novem-
at 7: 0 p. m., in the R. O. T. C. Drill Hall.
Lt. L. C. Llever, Commanding.
ard and Blade Fraternity:
Scabbard and Blade will hold its semi-annual smoker in honor of the
appointed cadet officers of the R. O. T. C. at the Michigan Union Wed-
y evening at 7:30. Several prominent reserve officers have been select-
relate their experiences in the late war. The following officers
xpected to be present: P. N. Young, 0. G. Oliver, E. R. Wrightian, 'P.
Trion, C. H. Beardsley, W. V. Owen, M. E. Oliphant, J. W. ,Hlckinan, T.
evens, M. H. Levy, J. M. Detwiler, R. N. Cross, G. O. Hoglund, P. S.
M. S. Meyer, W .C. Groff, E. F. Cardwell, G. A .McBride, F. W. Cron, J.

Notices to appear ini this colusna must
be left in"the box at the Daiy office
provided' for that purpose before 4rceigtedyo u ~ N-O E
vo' etock preceeding thie day of issue.
WEDNESDAY
11 :00-Dean E. ". Day addresses Final Drive for Collections Will be
freshman engineers in room 348, East . Started Nov. 16; Prelitinary
Engineering building,. Work This Week
4 :0-University extension 'advisoryW -kTs---
committee meets in office of Gradu- WC 4
ate school. WILLCOLLECT$,000
4:00-Masques rehearsal, act .3, in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. 'Work has already been started on
4.:1--Palmer Christian plays Tivi- the Community fund drive in Ann
light organ recital at Hill auditor- Arbor, it was announced yesterday
tun."I by L. E. Ayres, campaign manager. A
4:30-Botanical seminar meets in rooam campaign of all of last year's sub-
B-173, Natural Science building. scribers will be made this week over
4:30-Oratorleal board meets in board the telephone, and it is hoped that
room. half the budget may be raised before
5:00- Executive board of Women's the time for the final drive has ar-
Athletic association meets in Bar-. rived.
- bour gymnasium. The main campaign for funds will
7:00-Band assembles at Hlll audi.- start on Nov. 16, and the opportunity
- toriuin. to subscribe will be carried to every
7:30-Aeronautleal soclety meets in organization and individual in the
room. 319,.Union. city . The work is being carried on
7:30-Scabbard and Blade smoker in by volunteer committees under 'the
Union. direction of the Ann Arbor Commun-
7 :30-Saginaw clib smoker In room ity Fund association. It is. announc-
306, Union. ed by the campaign manager that an
7 :30-Naval Rererve unit meets in It. increase of at least 10 per cent in sub-
O. T. C. drill hall. criptions will be necessary to coi-n
8si0-Band Dounce in Hill auditor- plete the budget.,
L'Approimately $49,000 is to be cob-
8:00-Play Production plays liresent- lected for the use of the eleven civic.
ed in 'Unjversity i-alil organizations which the Community
THURSDAY Fund association embraces. These
7:30--Chistian Science society meets organizations are: Boy Scouts, Co -1
in Lane ball auditorium'. m unity house, Dunbar Civic league,
8:00-Dr. Gerd d Wendt speaks in Family Welfare bureau, Humane soci-
Chwmistry amphitheater. ety, Michigan ,Children's Aid society,
8:00-Foreign students - of cngineer- }Old Ladies' home, Public Health Nur-
?g college, meet committee in room sing associatison, Salvation Army, Y.
p306, ion. ' M. C. A. 'and Y. W. C. A.
The chief advantages of the Com-i
T1CTWiCS .iunity fund are the saving 'of time
a'useripts for tte firstIsse of and anhoyance, equal spreading of the
hi ~msies'will'be receivod: at Press
bnilldlr't until' No. 10.
Senior' ptetres are on sale at the FRATERNITIES SORORITIES
'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft- . Let
ernoon ;until Thanksgiving. E
All mcanlus rganilzatiohs, fraternuties, CONNIES
sororities.' ,ad societies must have MICHIGAN MEN
theli, cntrads .for o'ganization Play for that Party.
space in te Michiganensian office For Engagement_ Call 284
by NoV_. 41 __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _
G EIR.STNDARD CHANE,
Prof.',l .' A. Mickle and Mr. C. W.'
Good, bhto f:the mechanirdl engi-
neering' 'departnient, made- some
i ecoimendations th criticisms to'
the :Ameican Society of Meehanical
J gineem on, proposed, standards -on
herring-bpne gears which was pub- I
listed snpi. .titne ago. The criticism
was pitbli he i n the Qctober' issue
of Miechanical Engineering and at' the j. Tj_
present time semis tobe eetin
with.. approval.
All. th engindeering sovieties rret
working togethe'r in an fattempt to
establish engineering standards for a'
more uniform system of work. Th'is
N% one 'of the things that is under
consideration at the present time. -

Courses in the literary college may
be dropped before Thanksgiving, but
after that date a grade of E will be
recorded for any courses which are
not completed, according to the an-
nouncement made by Dean W. A.
Humphreys, yesterday.
Under extraordinary circumstances'
Dean Humphreys will make an allow-
ance for students who desire to drop
certain courses.
No new courses can be taken up
now as the rule states that such
courses can not be undertaken after
the first six weeks of the semester.
This period ended last Saturday noon.
Students who desire to drop courses
must secure a blank for that purpose
at the registrar's office. They must!
secure on the blank the signatures of
all instructors whose courses are to,
be dropped. This blank must be sub-
mitted to Dean Humphreys, who with
the registrar considers the petition.
If the petition is granted, official
notice will be aent by the registrar to
the instructors-concerned. Member-
ship in the class does not cease un-
til the petition to dro the course has'
been granted and the instructor of-
ficially notified.
Temple, Tex.,'Nov. 4.-With his wife
at his side, former Gov. James E. Fer-
guson closed the campaign of Mrs.'
Miriam A. Ferguson, Democratic nom-
inee for governor, last night, in the
opera house here.
JOIN THE "500" CLUB

Railroad tickets are now on sale at
the Michigan Union for special trains
to Columbus, Ohio, a week from Sat-
urday to the Ohio State-Michigan'
game. Representatives of the Ann I
Arbor railroad will be at the com-
mittee booth on the main floor of the1
Union every afternoon this week andl
Monday and Tuesday of next week
to sell tickets.1
The round trip fare is the same thisl
year as it was two years ago, $6.00.
Chair 'car accommodations on the day
trains may be secured for an addi-i
tional charge of $1.96 for the round
trip. A lower berth on the nightr
trains will cost $7.50 round trip and
qn upper berth $6.00. Drawing rooms
will cost $27.00 each for the round
trip.
Five trains will be run to Colum-
bus, two Pullman trains leaving Fri-I
day night and three day trains leav-1
ing Saturday morning. The night Pull-,
man trains will leave at 12 o'clock'
midnight and 12:15 o'clock and will
arrive in Columbus early Saturday,
morning. The parlor car day .train
will leave Ann Arbor at 7 o'clock
Saturday morning followed at 7:15 o'-
clock by the other two lay trains.
They will arrive in Columbus at 12
o'clock noon.
The first Pullman train will leave
Columbus at 11:30 o'clock Saturday
night for the return trip and the sec-
ond night train will leave at 12:45.
The parlor car day train will leave{
Columbus at 7 o'clock Saturday eve-
ning and the two other day trains
will follow at 7:30.
There will be two Pullman cars re-

uenti.
The representatives of the Ann A]
bor railroad urge that tickets be st
cured as soon as possible and be
fore Tuesday, Nov. 11, in order tha
accommodations may be inalc for the
crowd.
Amber-Preserved
Insects Secured
By Geology Museun
Insects preserved in amber wei
recently purchased by the geolog
museum of the Natural Science build
ing and were placed on exhibit yes
terday. The region about Koenig
berg, Eat Prussia, was at one tin
covered with great pine forests any
the soft resin from these trees co
lected in large quantities and was fos
silized into amber.
While it was soft it trapped insect
flies, beetles, wasps, bugs, and eve
spiders and scorpions., These delical
creatures are perfectly preserved ani
may be seen almost as clearly as
they were mounted by a careful wor
or in Canada balsam for study. Son',
of the spiders still hold the egg cast
which' they strove to protect eve
when suffocating in gum some tw
million years ago.

"A Better 'nichigan is
Greater Michigan"
Id yOU know
that the

Je w 0 A

is the home of "The Up-
per Room Biblc Class"
with 6,900 members.

tvtgnts SOC to$2.501
GARRICK: Wed.Mat. - 5C cto $ 5o
rSat. Mat. - 5oC to $7.ro'
The SELWYNS Present
= CHANNING POLLOCK'S
!The FoI"

IRVIN WAROLTS';Q,, S C
GRALUA It, ANVD *' R''GIs'rER*I)
707 N. University-. ~Ai. Phone.,^452

'Prov. 26:20, "Where no
is, there tlie fire goeth

wood
out."

.oven Cress & Thompson, Inca.

ANNOUNCE

Season's

Outstanding Selling Event For Men.

BECIAL

TWO

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SALE

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Sweaters

Wednesday and Thursday

WA IS

UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

November 5th and 6th

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A special purchase of 250 distinctive sweaters
in the popular slip-over or pullover style makes
this special selling possible at prices below ordin-
ary wholesale cost. The latest in assorted plaids,
checks and solid colors.

Special November Clearance
SALE
We are reducing stock in our small goods department, and
offer the most wonderful values from the largest stock ever
shown in Ann Arbor.

Guaranteed Values to $12.00

SPECIAL AT

5.95

$

TENOR BANJOS........

. ... ...$21.50

BANJO UKES.............
UKELELES.............
MANDOLINS-Flat Back.....

.. ......... 6.00
5.00
13.50

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"*S'C(I'

University

Music House

Sale Starts

Wednesday at

8A. M. at Both

Stores

1102 SOUTH UNIVERSITY"

STATE ST. at NICKEL'S ARCADE

All the Latest Victor Records Always

601-5 EAST WILLIAM STREET

PHONE 1799

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