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THE MICHIGAN DAILY____

OFFICIAL BULLETIN4.

ion in the Bulletin is constructive notice to* all members of
ersity. Copy received by the Assistant to the P:-evident until
ni. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
a TUESDAY, i 0TF31IBER 18, 1924 Numl;er 48

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sity Lecture:
Walter de la Mare will deliver lectures on Wednesday and Thursday
3week, Novembler 19 and 20, at 4:15, p: in., in the Auditorium of the
il Science Building. His subject on Wednesday will be "Atmosphere
ion" and on Thursday "Tales of Adventure; and Robinson Crusoe."
ublic is cordially invited. YF. Robbins.
11 School:
1V. Einthoven, Professor of Physiology, University of Leyden, will
s the Medical Faculty and students on Tuesday at 4 p. m,,., West
theater, Medical Building. All interested are invited to attend.
Carl W. Eberbach.
essor S. Lawrence Bigelow of the Department of Chemistry will give
,st lecture under the combined auspices of the Society of Sigma Xi
eJunior Research Society in the Natural Science Auditorium Thursday
g, November 20th, at 8 O'clock. His subject will deal with the present
fwc knowledge concerning the nature of "Atoms" from the chiemo-
al standpoint." This lecture is open not only to the members of the
es concerned but to members of the University Faculty, students
egeneral public. A* S. Wartiiin, P'resident, Sigma X1.
Nursery section of the Faculty Women's Club announces a lecture by
en Wooley of the Merrill-Palmer School' .of Detroit on Thursday,
ber 20, at 3:00 p. in., University High School' Auditorium, East Uni-
Avenue. Dr. Wooley's subject will be "The Merrill-Palmer School,"
ic of which is soon to be established in Ann Arbor. All parents
chers interested in the problems 'of the pre-school child are cordially
X. IL. Whitney, Chairman.
'1I1 (Public Speaking For Engineers:)
speakers for the Thursday night assembly (November 20th) are as
B firks Chairman; and Messrs. D. G. Warren, C. P. Witcher, A., C.
*R. Riethmiller, D. M. Whitesell, G. J. Mack, J. E. Sweitzer, andl
arehmi.
meeting will be held in Room "348 West Engineering Building at 7:15
Earl R. Rietluniller, General Chiairmni.
rs of Freshman Band:
ewill be a rehearsal of the freshman band Tuesday at 7:30 in room
he U~nion. All freshmen who can play band'instruments are requestedl
out, [ . S. Tazppan.
.OC. Band:
T. C. Band Practice tonight at R. 0.. T.. C. Building 7:15p.. m.
Wm:. T. Carpenter.
ie-Om~torIeal Assodlation:
who take tickets please be present by 7; 15 tonight and wear your
Those who cannot come must get someone to take their, place or
Imes will be dropped from the list and someone else secured. Please
o Taylor. Ross L~. Taylor.

AcolayZtee:
A colytes Imeets tighiflt, Nov.18, tt8 p.iProFtI.WSellars a;ill r id
a paer etitld, 'ietl(tofonPschologY.'""h ~ipr
The A4delphi H1owe of Representatives will not meet Tuesday evening,
No v. 18.. W. C. lDixon, Spesther.
The Ferris Institute Club wil meet in room 1209 New Literary Building
a7::o0,p. h,., Wednesday, November 19 All former students of Ferris In.,titute
who .i,, now1 in college am~ requxested to be present.
'F. C. Sclicrierhorn, ice-P'rosident.
Scab -r a i i llaid r~ilernity:
TFh regular m onthly business meeting of the Scabbard and Blade will
be held ait 7:15 n. mn., at the Michigan Union. All' members are urgently re-
qted to attcd~. 'Milton )N. 1Madiin.
tit.lth Lec,,4ures for Woneii:
Lecture VI will' be held in Sarah Ca swell Angell Hall at 4 p. in.
For freshmnen-Tuesdlay, Nov. 18th.
For entering 'sophomores-Thursday, Nov. 20th. Everyone please bring a
bluebook to each lecture. Margaret Bell.
A ivery imnportant miccl ing of Sigma Delta Phi will be held at 4:15 o'clock
today t the Zeta Tau A plia house. Every member is urged to be present.
I"hylis Turnbull.

brdg, Mas.,Nov. I.--ilarlvard I
freshmen de1 (Ifeated 3Yale freshmen in
25~~ (oN1
Attention is c ai l l o nmembers of}
the Mt. Clemens club) of aspca
Imeeting to be hield in r~oomt 322 Union
toig ht at 7 o'clock.
.Nl~agIU " t.- 50Ct050
A Plan of Todilay Sat. "Tat. - 1o to $x. o
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Waishington, Nov. 17.-Under a re-' Paris, Nov. 17.-Movie : hov
vised plan, President Coolidge ex- ' etors complain that the lirt
petits to deliver two addlresses during program of films, has lucre
his visit to Chicago early in fleceum- fold since 1,918.
bter to attend the National Livestocki
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without one. It's the original,
correct slicker and there's nosh-
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weathner and chilly days.
Made of famous yellow waterproof .
oiled fab~ric. Has all-'round strap on
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r Leotuxre Uourse:
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reafter the time. will be 7:30 for each lecture, and there will be
r notices in the Daily Bulletin unless a change is made.
Richard Ford.
olI4oquim
ysics Coloquium will meet at 4:15 z3 im., Tuesday November 18, in
Physics Building. 'Dr. R. V. Zumnstein will speak on "The Absorp-
ra of some Metallic Vapours in the Ultra Violet." All interested
d to attend. R. X. Randall.
ancals:
'ill be a mneeting of the Cercle Francais"Tuesday evening, November
0 p. in., in the Cercie room for the election of new members.
Charles B. Cummdings, President.

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NEW SAMPLE BOOKS AT"YOUR SERVICE
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CONTINUED ALL THIS WEEK
Our Great Sale of Fine

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