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TI IE- MICHIGAN DAILY

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN"
~ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice U,, all members of
versity. Copy received by the Assistant to th,,' P'-esident until
m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday,
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1921 Number 39

U. S . Honors Mexican Chief

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building.M Whimsies will be received at Press Eugene, Ore., Nov. 5.-U~niversit
7 :30-Alpha Nu mecets in Alpha Null building until Nov. 10.! Idaho's cross country team, Pa
rooms. Senior pictures are on sale at the' coast champions last year, defer
7 :30-Guii and Blade club meets In 'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft- its title in the annual hill and
!room 323, Union.' ernoon until Thanksgiving. race here Saturday. Idaho placed
7 :30-Christiami Science society meets A campus organizations, fraternities, first three men ahead of the firsti
in Lane hail auditorium. sooiis and societies must have of the University of WVashingt
Chem0ist rampditeater.cksi their contracts for organization! team.
Chemstryamphtheaer.space in the Michiganenslan office
8 :00-Foreign students of engineer.]UPR Tl RV
ing college meet committee in room b o.1
306, Union.

y of Publications:
have been sent out to members of the faculties for the years
the biennial reports on scholarly piublications by ,members of
s. Prompt and careful attention to these requests is uregd. Extra
be had on application to the office of the Graduate School. The
red is that from Jully 1, 1922, to June 30, 1924. These dates have
literally. It should be noted that on the forms sent out the dates
eously given. A. IH. Lloyd.

FID!)AY
5:00-Athena Litcrary society imeets,
in room 4005, Literary building.
7 :30.-Baptist students meet at Guild
house for moonlight hike.
8:00-All New Yorkers' social alt Har-1
ris hall. Pu' tdn lbsoe
j8 :00--St. Pu' tdn lbsoe
at 420 West Liberty street.
U-NOTICES1
Manuscripts for the first Issue of

Lectures for Women:

Tor entering sophomores--Thursday, Nov. 6th.
Is who missed lectures last year are expected to be making them up in
Thursday section. Everyone please bring a bluebook to each lecture.
ctures are held in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall at 4:00 p.' m.
Margaret Bell.
)spectivea Teachers:
Phe annual meeting for enrollment with the Bureau of Appointments will
e place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, November 8th, in the Auditorium
NJewberry Hall. It is very important that all seniors and graduate students
o expect to enroll with the Bureau this year should attend. Enrollment
this time is free but a charge ofa one dollar is required for late registra-
n. Margaret Cameron.
rtJhwestern Football Tickets::
)ue to the cancellation of the Alumni Conference called by President
rton for November 7th and 8th, the 200 seats reserved for this group at the
higan-Northwestern football game will not be' used. There are also apa-
ximately 400 seats reserved for "M" men which has not been taken. All
these seats will be available to students who have not thus far. ordered
ir full quota of four tickets for the game and will be placed on sale at
Athletic Office, Yost Field House Thursday afternoon from one to six
lock. Commencing Friday morning, all seats remaining in these two blocks
.1 be offered to the general public. Fielding H. Yost, ilrector.
reign Students:
dean George W. Patterson and Mrs. Patterson are entertaining at tea all
eign students and members of the "Cosmopolitan Club Monday, November
.rom four to six p. m. Their hame is at 2101 Hill Street. Initiation of new
ib 'members will occur at this time. An informal program has been ar-
ged. Rensis Likert.
ital Freshman:
lass meeting today at 5 p. mn., lower amphitheater, Dental Building.
Robert Day Carter.
mlstry Lecture:
he public is cordialIly invited to, attend the lecture by Dr. Gerald Wendt,
Inl of :the Department of Chemnistry.,and Physics, 'State College, Penn., to
;given, Thursday, Nov. 6th, at 8 p.,im., .in the' Chemical amphitheater. The
!Ject of the .talk will 'be "Chemistry as a Fine Art."
his lecture is given under the auspices, of. Phi Lambda Upsilon, honorary
iical" society. )Egbert K: Bacon, President.
umber, of Commerpe:
"h~e Clinber of Commerce will mneet Thursday, evening at 7:30 in Room
INniopp. to elect officers.. Ralph Martin, Secretary.
will reWome~n:
*nwilbe called upon sometime before Friday for your Freshman spread
If no one reaches you, place 'a dollar in the box in the Dean's office
cod there, for that purpose and sign up. All taxes must be paid by the end
.,he week. Helena Knapp, Treasurer Freshmn Spread.
'he regular meeting of 4Alpha Nu will be held tonight at 7:30 in our rooms
the fourth floor of University Hall. All old members are especially re-
sted to be present. James J. Dunn.
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President Coolidge and Chief Justice William Taft,
joined in the tribute paid to General Plutarco "Calles,
Mexico, en his visit to Washington. They are seen
the White House. Calles is at the right.

former president,
president-elect of
after luncheon at

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Exchange that unsatisfactory pen for a REAL Fountain Pen
*A"der's Mmasterpen,
This pen is pleasing for those who have never before found a satisfactory fountain pen.
It is simplicity itself.
Holds a whole barrel full of ink instead of a barrel full of trouble making parts, and will
outwear several pens. of any, other make. Manufactured and for. sale only at

Student Mathemtatics Society:
There will be a meeting of the Student Mathematics Society Thursday,
November 6, at 4 p. in.. room 151 Chem. Bldg. All students interested are
cordially invited to attend. It. S. Steiner, Secretary.
Geological Journal Club Meetinig:.
'There will be a. meeting of the GeoL~gical Journal Club Thursday, Nov.
6, at 7:30 p. mn., in room G436 N. Sc. Building. The Program: "The So-Called
Horst' of The Harz Mountains" by Prof. 1101)1). All interested are invited
to attend. It. iL. Belknap, Secretary.
Varsity, Glee Club:
Rehearsal wii be held this evening fromn 7 to 5 in the Assembly room of
the Michigan Union. Carl B. $ehloniaker, 1Yanager.
(1iGun amnd Blde Cluba:
IThere wi'l be a meeting of the Gun and Blade Club in Room 323 Michigan
Union, Thursday evening, Nov. 6. 11. F. IleArthur.
- .5 :(00-Freshinain dental class meets in
w.ilower G4ING , E illy.ramp)hitheater,' Dental build-
Notices, 'n apptear ii tON",colurn ~iu Silt 0~--Varsit y Wee club rehearsal ini
be lift in the bx at .]e 1.)a.;J]. t,ce
provided f, sr that 1r ,ze 1-4-~r 4 assemibly room, Union.
o'clock precceding the day of issue. 7 :01?-U-ioundltUp clubi elects niew mem-
___.__. f~ibers at Union.
'l~tII UhI A f 7:30 -Clnibtr of Commerce meets in
4:00- Stue l tM nt f 7= u I asoetyd !room 8316, Union.
meets in roam 151, Chemistry build- 7:30---cok.11i' low lial club meets.
ing;. I Ii room G-4: 6, Natural Science
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leather, jackets. in Reindeer, Napa, Horsehide, Colt and Sheepskin-and our prices are as
popular as the jackets. Priced from $9.75 up.

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JOHN DO4AIN, Cornet

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;ANDIES

Those fresh, delicious, pure and whole-
some chocolates and Bon-Bons.
For years we have been known for the
especial, freshness of our candies-those
candies that fairly melt on the tongue.
Special boxes for-mother, sweet-
heart, or wife.

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Auto Robes, and St'eamer Rugs
- Wool Shirts, Heavy Plaids, Corduroy and Outing Shirts.x
Hiking Shoes, High-Top Moccasin Packs, Puttees, etc.
Breeches in large assortment, Over-Ails and. Cover-Alls for shop use,
Alarm Clocks, Hunting Knives, Axes, Trench Mirrors, Grids., Stoves, and in
fact many needs: for 'the college man.

TOWER'S SLICKER COATS

It will pay you to walk a few blocks

Drop in after the show.

Surplus Supp'lies, Store

MaciDIA RM ID'S
Just East of Arcade Theatre

Course 'Tickets-$2 , $3, $4, $5
Single Concerts-0c,, $1, $1.50, $2
Oan Sale at University School of Music.
CHARLES A. SINK,
Secretary.

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