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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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faculty. In all more than 250 designs
will be necessary, it is estimated.
Practically all this furniture is to
be made in the University shops where
c most of the furniture now in use in
the new buildings was turned out.
Read the Want Ads

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Your Subscription is payable now.i For Eng

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tu all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th,1 F-esident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Volume S FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1924 Number 40 t
Fa'llty D liectory:
After Saturday noon, November 8, no changes can be made in the Faculty
Directory. A. G. .Hall, egistrar.
To Professors and Instructors:
All those wishing to have their salary checks deposited monthly, kindly
arrange to do so by calling at the Secretary's office before November 24th.
Edith J. Smith, Payroll Clerk.
I will not be in my office Friday and Saturday, Nov. 7th, and 8th.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
Board of Directors, Women's League:
There will be an importan meeting of the Board of Directors of the Wo-
men's League on Saturday morning, November 8, at nine o'clock. The meet-
ing will be short, bit It is important that all members be present.
Charlotte A. Blagdon, President of the Women's League.
History Department:
There will be a department luncheon today noon, in room 32 Union.
B. W. Wheeler.
Economics 111:
There will be a half-hour written quiz on Monday, November 10. covering
the readings since the last hour examination. J. V. Van Sickle.
Examinations for the Phillips Scholarships for the year 1924-1924 will be held
upon the following dates:
Greek, Friday, November 7, at 3 p. m., Room 2020, L. B.
Latin, Monday, November 10, at 3 p. m., Room 2014, L. B.
A. R. Crittenden, Campbell Bonner.
Biological Station:
There will be a reunion of all Biological Station students and faculty in
room Z-242, Natural Science Building at 7:30 p. in., on Saturday, Nov. 8th.
Anyone who has ever attended the station is eligible.
Theodora Nelson.
Bibliography of Publications:
Requests have been sent out to members of the faculties for the years
1922-24 for the biennial reports on scholarly publications by members of
the faculties. Prompt and careful attention to these requests is uregd. Extra
blanks may be had on application to the office of the Graduate School. The
period covered is that from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1924. These dates have
to be taken literally. It should be noted that on the forms sent out the dates
were erroneously given. A. %. Lloyd.
Foreign Students:
Dean George W. Patterson and Mrs. Patterson are entertaining at tea all
foreign students and members of the Cosmopolitan Club Monday, November
9, from four to six p. m. Their hame is at 2101 Hill Street. Initiation of new

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Art by local amateurs will be dis-
played all next week in the West gal-
lery of Alumni Memorial hall. The
contest is open to all students or
townspeople whose work can be

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ings, water colors, etchings, photo-I=
graph enlargements, and household'= A Complete Stock of
decorations will be included. Furni-;,
ture, shades, designs, and hooked
rugs, will be shown in the household STATIONERY
ex>hibit. SATON R
Among the better known contribu- A
tors will be Leon A. Makielski of the
drawini and painting department,
who will exhibit some of his land-
scape and portrait work; Alfred G.
Pelikan of the drawing and painting I UMIIV E R
department and Mrs. Pelikan, who W
will present a group of oil paintings;HB 0 KT
Carleton W. Angell of the freehand
drawing and modeling department,
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ing work; and Prof. Warren P. Lom-
bard, formerly of the drawing and
painting department, who will show:
several of his etchings.
Prof. Eliel Saarinen, exchange pro- ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION PROGIAM
fessor in architecture and second
prize winner in the Chicago Tribune
building contest last year, w ill con-
trilite some of his drawings. Mrs.
Saarinen will exhibit some batiques.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chapin will dis-
play a group of their oil paintings.
The exhibition will be open every
afternoon during the wee. There
will be a small admittance charge-"
for non-members of the Ann Arbor.ect BigGame Huntig i 1 mra
t art association under whose auspicseaed
the xhiitio isbein gien. tu-(Ilustrated)
dents and school children will be ad-
mitted free.

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The Roc efellr of Japan. Baron
Okura, celebrated h s 2thi b;rthlday by
epensorinlg free h s in the Imperial
theater, Tokyo. This is his birthday
photo.
SUPSCRI2ER%!
Delivery will be stopped to ev-
ery subscriber who has not
paid f;r his su bshptiOn on or
before Monday, Nov. 10. Serid
check or stc in Press building
tod(ay.

Plan New Medical
School Furniture
Members of the building committee
are working on various designs for
furniture which is to be placed in the
new Medical building, following de-
'igus submitted by members of the

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Club members will occur at this time.
ranged.
W IAPS GOING ON
Notic" to appear in this columnmust
be left i the box at the Daly office
provided for that purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
FRIDAY
12:00- History department luncheon
in room 325, Union.
3:00-Phillip's scholarship examii.-
tion for Greek in room 2020, Liter-
ary building.
4:00-1Wasques' rehearse act three in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
o:00-Athena Literary society meets
in room 4005, Literary building.
7:30-Baptist students meet at Gulid
house for moonlight hike.
8:00-All New Yorkers' social at Har-
ris hall.1
8:00-St. Paul's Student club smoker
at 420 West Liberty street.
f,:00-Baptist students meet at (gild
house, East Huron street, for moon
light hike.
SATURDAY
9:00-Board of directors of Women's
League meet in League room.
9:00-1asques' rehearse acts 1 and 2
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
12:00-Phi Delta Kappa meets at
Green Tree inn.
7:30-BIologleal station students and
faculty meet in room Z-242, Natur-
al Science building.
U-NOTICES
Manuscripts for ,the first issue of
Whimsies will be received at Press
building until Nov. 10.
Senior pictures are on sale at the
'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
N UMNIA EPIEMIC
SWEEPS LOS NELES
Los Angeles, Nov. 6.-The state de-
partment of health yesterday took
over complete control of the cam-
paign to eradicate the pneumonic epi-
demic which has claimed 25 lives in
the Mexican district of Los Angeles
during the past two weeks.
No deaths occurred during the
night, according to reports today, and
no new definite cases were brought
in. Some patients, suspected of the
disease, were received in the isola-
tion ward, however, hospital officials
said.
Union Pins Are
Still Obtainable
Freshman Union pins may still be
secured by members of the Freshman
class at the office of the recording

An informal program has been ar-
RIensis Likert.

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We are proud to announce at this time the
arrival of our new supply of Imported ouf-
flers. There is such a variety of colors and
designs on display that selection is made com-
paratively easy, for we have on hand prac-
lically every good looling color combination
imaginable. Keep warm at the game tomor-
row, with one of these.

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