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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13,

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ation in the Bulletin is constructive notice ts all members of
iversity. Copy received by the Assistant to the P-esident until
m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday>
I5 THURSDAY, NOTEMBER 13, 1921 Number 44

1

rsity Lecture:
ht Honorable Herbert A. L. Fisher, M. P., will lecture on "Leaders of
sh Liberalism, Gladstone, Morley, Bryce, Asquith, Lloyd George," Fri-
November 14, at 4:15 p. m., in New Science Auditorium. The public
,dially' invited. F. E. Robbinis.
I the following students please call at the Registrar's office at once,
eave their Ann Arbor addresses:
N. Champlin, Henry F. Clark, George S. C. Crawford, Robert J. Emslie,
>e S. Furman, Andrew Galsterer, Charles B. Gilbert, Mattis Goldman,
'd Haskins, Marshall Hungerford, John F. Keyser, Percival LaVoy,
A. Manason, William Moebs, Frank Rosenbaum, Newton Smith, William
alker, Leon Wilber. Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.

There will be no meeting of the Richard N. Hall Post on Thursday evening,
November 13. All overseas men are urged to attend the special meeting
at 7:39 p. m., on Monday, Nov. 17. 11. D. Clark, Con:mder.
Varsity Glee Club:
a Rehearsal will be held today from 5 to 6 in the Auditorium of the School
of Mus'e. Carl B. Sc hoonmaker, Manager.
'ait izy Bani, Glee Club, and Alhpa Epsilon Mu:
All members of these organizations will meet at Morris Hall, corner of
State and Madison streets, at 7:45 to attend the Sousa concert in a body.
Band to appear in full dress uniform with capes. Others in formal evening
attire. Seats have been provided for all members who will be present at this
time. Arthur VW. Smith.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union ushers are requested to report at the Hill Auditorium
at 7 p. m., Thursday, November 13. W. A. Davenport.
Chamber of Commerce:
/Mr. Woodbridge of the Ann Arbor Chamber will speak on "The Problems
of Chambers of Commerce" Thursday evening, Nov. 13, at 7:30, Room 203
Union. F. B. Case, See.
Alpha Nu:
The r gular meeting of Alpha Nu will be held tonight at 7:30 in our room
in the Literary Builing'. James J. Dunn.

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.
HAVE YOU SIUBSCRIBED YETI PATRONIZE DAILY ADVERTISERS
Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Books,
Typewriting and Pound Papers, Candies, etc.
Students - secure your supplies from us.
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ity Women-house Presidents:
gning-out slips for the month of October
f the Dean of Women immediately.

must be brought to the
Jean Hamiilton.

fred hlealth Lectures for Women:
ture V-for entering sophomores-Nov. 13th.
°h Caswell Angell Hall at 4 p. im. Everyone please bring a bluebook
ch lecturee
Is who missed lectures in previous years are expected to be making
up in the Thursday sections. Margaret Bell.
Arbor Art Association:
e exhibit of local art work will be shown at Alumni Memorial Hall,
ay, November 9, to Sunday, November 16, afternoons from 2:00 to 5:00;
he evening of Friday, November 14, from 7:00 to 9:30. It will be free
dents of the University and the schools. A small admission fee will
arged to others, not members of the Association.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
itiee on Entrance and Graduation, College of Lit.,Sel., and the Arts:
s Committee will meet on Thursday, November 13, at 4:10.a.
Charles P. Wagner.
man Class:
members of Group 111, are asked to meet in Room 325, Michigan Union,
lay Evening, November 18, at 7:30. Instruction and full details for the'
lames will be given. Reports of the Executive Committee will be read.
ng scores from each member are requested to be turned in to the sub-
itteeman by this time. Good entertainment will conclude the program.
James, T. Herald, Captain,.
lors in the School of Education are urged to pay their class dues to the
irer of the class on Friday, November 14th, in Tappan Hall. The pay-
oth will be open from 8:00 a. m., until 3:00 p. m.
George H. Baker.
autical Students:
aero students wishing to take the trip to the Stout Metal Aeroplane
at Dearborn Thursday, Nov. 13, should leave their names on the bulletin
in the aero drafting room before 10 o'clock Thursday morning in
that reservations may be made in the Highway Motor Bus which will
the Union at 1:00 o'clock. Ralph R. Graichen.
;h Department:
department meets for luncheon at the Union, Thursday, November 13,
10. LouisLBredvoldt

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For Engagements (all 284
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Lunch
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Choice of
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Roast Prime Ribs of Beef
Roast Pork Apple Sauce 4
Mashed Potatoes
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Gumpert's Fruit Gelatine
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wear ought to be finely-finished
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These are that way and there's
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W HETHER you are the President of the Univer-
sity or the lowliesfsub-freshman, you owe it
to yourself and your sense of humor to read the
Football Number of Lim.
It is stamped with a smashing cover by John Held,
Jr., and included in its pages are drawings and
articles by Percy L. Crosby, Dorothy Parker,
Gluyas Williams, Robert Benchley, Ellison Hoover,
F. G. Cooper and many others.

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Visit the nearest news-dealer to-day
and obey that impulse
FINAL SCORE: 15c

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(Downtown)

291, Journal Chlb:
eeting of the Journal Club has been postponed from today
ember 20. J. S. Reeves.

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scription Dept., LIFE, 598 Madison
Ave., New York City, will bring
you ten issues of LIFE, including
Christmas Number (25c)
New Year's Number
Automobile Number
Dixie Number
California Number
and five others

nent of Rhetoric and Journalism:
will be a dinner and important meeting of the faculty of this de-
it in Room 319 of the Michigan Union, on Friday evening at 6:30 p. m.
nbers of the staff are asked to be present. Waldo Abbot.
t delay-Pay your Subscription today.

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ast Engineering building
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