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THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

SATURDAY, ?NOVEMBER 22,

I LY

OFFICIAL BULLETIN

ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tu all members of
Uiversity. Copy received by the Assistant to th6 I'pe, dent until
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.
'no SATURIDAY, M)VE)LBWER 22, M94 Nniber 52

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lerity Lectures:
Alexander J. Cajyle, of University College, Oxford, will give two
ores on mediaeval political. theory in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall
sday and Wednesday, November 25 and 26, at 4:15 p. m. The public is
ally invited, F. E. Robbins.
lty of the College of Literature, WencNee and the Arts:
tetion is called to the mid-semester report cards which are being dis-
ted through the Dean's messenger boxes. All members of the faculty
asked to report cases of students whose work so far has been unsatis-
y.,Such reports, in order to be of any service to the student concerned,
id be made promptly. W. R. Humpreys.
Ind on °Chaperones' Fee to 0. S. UJ
refund of 50 cents will be made to each girl who paid the $1.00 chap-°
;es' fee for the Ohio State game All requests for refund must be made
onally at the Office of the Dean of Women before 5:00 p. i., Wednesday,
tuber 26th. Jean Hmilton.
eo second freshman lecture in Hygiene for me' will be given in Water-
Gymnasium, Monday and Tuesday, November 24 and 25, at 3:15, 4:15
5,:15 p. m.I George 'May.
:eriology 3a anid SL:
to first meeting of the class in bacteriology for students in the Literary
age and the College of Pharmacy will be held in the West Amphitheater,
1,041 Building, Monday, November 24, at one o'clock. Come prepared
$5.00,' Hygienic Laboratory ticket (obtainable at Treasurer's office,)
note book. Philip Hadley.
lty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
te mid-semester reports on those students in your classes whose work
~low passing should be made on cards which may be obtained in this
:e or i~ the messenger boxes and filed in the Secretary's Office, West
ineering Building, not later than Monday, December 1.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
ersity of 3flhigan Band:
wrnatlon this afternoon at 1:30 at the band headquarters, corner of
e and Jefferson Sts. Full ;dress uniforms with black shoes and capes.
e who have not yet settled for band bounce tickets must do so at this
Arthur X. Smith,
s Educationl Club:
he regular b-weekly meeting of the Club will be held on Monday, No-
1er 24, at 7:45 o'clock in Room 304, Michigan Union. Professor Wilbert
arr of the University High School will address the Club on "The Class-
Investigation." As a special feature a social gathering will be held
Ining at 7:45, to which all men interested in education are invited.
Wallace F. Watt, President.
isse. Students Club:.
social meeting will be held' on Saturday ev ning, November 22, at 8
ck in ;Wesley Hall. Xi. P Chen.
fee to Owners of Dogs:
:ereafter dogs that become nuisances upon the Campus, in so far as
ible, will be taken in char'ge by authorized employes of the University,
held for their owners for a period not exceeding ten days. During
tperiod dogs may be redeemed on proof of ownership and payment
care at rate of fifty cents per day or fraction of a day. By authority.
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
ie, Bicycle Ritsng on the Campus:
cycle-riding on walks of the Campus of the University of Michigan his
tly prohibited at all times, day or night, by legislation of the egents.
most frequent violators of this rule are young boys and girls. Pedes-
as have recently been knocked down, and they are daily endangered.
ce is hereby given to all concerned, and especially to parents of chil-
awho own bicycles, that University police have been instructed to take
'ge of any bicycles being, ridden on the Campus walks, and to hold same
'redemption by owners (in case of minors, by parents or guardians) on
ishinxg satisfactory indication that the act will not be repeated. The
ruative, .or the action in case of repeated violation of the =rue, wil be
ectont under Michigan Public Act No. 90, of 1905, as amended by Pub-
Act No. 302 of 1907.
hie rule against bicycle riding, and enforcement thereof, are necessary
the safety of users of the'Campus walks, and the cooperation of all, ('-
tally -of parents, is 'respectfully urged.
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Mont delay-Pay your Subscription3 today.

-.. studlents at
FEAURE RESEARCH WORK BIGEOW IE ETR WHAT'S GOING 0N' Suens
SuetOFB M O II Notices to $)erin this colurna must at 420 We;
BOOK ONRTURE F THE TOM1 p left in the box at te Daly e4ffce
o'clock preceeding the day of issue. par~lors. 1
Asitac1wih1h rsarhdejProf. S. Lawrence Bigelow, of the= SA'IatI)AY :-Mio
partmnents of the University have giv -cheisty duat1-ntThrsdy ngh
jen Ann Arbor industry will be strong-1 - smiti iudr~t Iifoi a h
ly featured in the new booklet of the ;spoke in the Natural Science auditor- of Union. Discovery
city of Ann Arbor which is being pub-1 hm upon the subject "Atoms" in the 1i *04)Band formation, bandl head. 8 :00-Sacred
lished by the Chamber of Commerce. first lecture of a series of three giv- quarters. auditorium
A large section of the booklet will! en under the auspices of Sigma Xi 1 7 :00--C rattsmen nmeet at old N~Iasonie mixed cho
Ideal with the University, the music adt uir1eerh oitisb temiple. troit.
and speakers presented, and the in- vaiu ~oesr teUiveri8:00-Chlnese St udents' club mecets in
fluenice of 'the University on the city'svrospfeosoneUirs I Wesley hall.
bakng rae adinutr.faculty. Several hundred students and ._
bankngtrae, nd ndutry I aculty members attended Professor
Many other sections, supplemented: , ieo" ceue UI
by photogahwill describe the Dis~cussing the nature of the atom, !3:04)-Spkecial meeting of Hindusta.n
surrounding country and the restd- a eie acrigtotems md lbILn al
ences, schools, play grounds, a hospit-rdn t temotI II cu, an al
als, railroads, and industries of the ern observations of physicists and 3 :e--P resby'terian hoover Sunday
ciy chemists, Professor Bigelow made a! school.
(theboltyh.isto t idi- compa rison between ouir solar system 5 :31-Joint service and. supper of1
sud n 0 easwil otbesodbu and the system of the atom. Congregational and Presbyterian
Iwill be used to influence homreseek-'
ers and new industries to come to N ! " ""I

tt the Presbyterian churchi.
et by St. Paul's Lutheran
club for visiting chorus
est Liberty street.
Mir. Perry H-ayden, speak-

('1111)58COUNTRY
Annual lnterfraternity cross couni-
try run will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon, Nov. 24, starting at
Watc.ermnanmnasium.
Entrants must have completed nine
practice runs before the final race -in

H ictreseric, Pes ' !ordler that their physical condition
picuresevic, resy.may be determined. A practice run~
arch. "Columbus and the e
or Amrica.for men who have been training from
at Amrica their fraternity houses will be held
A concert at high schooll at 4:15 o'clock Friday afternoon,
n' by Rev. H-. A. Brauer's 'those whose condition warrants their'
orus and orchestra of De- participation will be permitted to en-
ter the finals.

Before and after the game. The Barbe-
cue Inn is always prepared to serve you
one of their delicious barbecued meat
sandwiches.
Pork, ,ham and beef- roasied out in the
fragrant air is sure to tempt anyone. Try,
just one sandwich---you'll want another.

Ann Arbor.'
Le~rnr to dance. 'Start now, Open
daeily-, 10 a. ni. to 10 P. nM. Adult class
everiy Monday and Friday. Fifteen
1-howur lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
TERRACE GARDEN
DANCING STUDIOS.
22 WVuert h Arcade Phone 211-R

SCOSY CORNER
® T EA ROO.M
330 MAYNARD STREET
LUNCAtEON 11:30-1:30
DINNER 6:00=7:30

and correCtl y
is nom- entirely a mnatte;
of iprid&c
tail~ored by hand -
ofj3ritish W.oolens,
crc-' produced for men
t~lh know and appreciate,
i2ality plus cUabwc.
VAN4 BOVEN, CRESS &
TiiOiPSON

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