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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1924

FEATURE RESERCH WORK BIGELOW GIYES LECTURE
IN BOOK OF ANN ARBORi ON NATURE OF THE ATOM
Assistance which the research de- Pr
partments of the University have giv- chemistry department, Thursday night
en Ann Arbor industry will be strong-
ly featured in the new booklet of the spoke in the Natural Science auditor-
city of Ann Arbor which is being pub- ium upon the subject "Atoms" in the
lished by the Chamber of Commerce. first lecture of a series of three giv-

fWTI ATPS GOING ON
INotices to appear inathis column must
1be left in the box at the Daly office
provided fbr that purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
SATURDAY
8:45-Fresliman band meets in front
of Union..
1:30-Band formation, band head-
quarters.
7:00-Craftsmen meet at old Masonic
temple.
8:00-Chinese Students' club meets in
Wesley Ball.

students at the Presbyterian church.
5:30-Banquet by St. Paul's Lutheran
Students' club for visiting chorus
at 420 West Liberty street.
6 :30-FirelIght meeting, Unitarian
parlors. Mr. Perry Hayden, speak-
er.
8 :00-Motion picture service, Presby-
terian church. "Columbus and the
Discovery of America.I
8:00-Sacred concert at high schooll
auditorium by Rev. H. A. Brauer'sI
mixed chorus and orchestra of De-
troit.

CROSSICOUNTRY
Annual interfraternity cross coun-
try run will be held at 4 o'clock Mon-
day afternoon, Nov. 24, starting at
Waterman gymnasium.
Entrants must have completed nine
practice runs before the final race in
order that their physical condition
may be determined. A practice run
for men who have been training from
their fraternity houses yill be held
at 4:15 o'clock Friday afternoon:'
Those whose condition warrants their
participation will be permitted to en-
ter the finals.

University Lectures:
Dry. Alexander J. Carlyle, of University College, Oxford, will give two
lectures on mediaeval political theory in the Auditorium of Newberry Hall
Tuesday and Wednesday, November 25 and 26, at 4:15 p. m. The public is
cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
Faculty of the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Attention is called to the mid-semester report cards which are being dis-
tributed through the Dean's messenger boxes. All members of the faculty
are asked to report cases of students whose work so far has been unsatis-
factory. Such reports, in order to be of any service to the student concerned,
should be made promptly. W. t. Humphreys.
Refund on Chaperones' Fee to 0. S. U:
A refund of 50 cents will be made to each girl who paid the $1.00 chap-
erones' fee for the Ohio State game. All requests for refund must be made
personally at the Office of the Dean of Women before 5:00 p. m., Wednesday,
November 26th. Jean Hamilton.
The second freshman lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in Water-
man Gyninasium, Monday and Tuesday, November 24 and 25, at 3:15, 4:15
and 5:15 p. m. George May.
Bacteriology 3a and 3L:
The first meeting of the class in bacteriology for students in the Literary
College'and the College of Pharmacy will be held in the West Amphitheater,
Medical Building, Monday, November °24, at one o'clock. Come prepared
with $5.00, Hygienic Laboratory ticket (obtainable at Treasurer's office,)
and note book. Philip Hadley.
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on those students in your classes whose work
is below passing should be made on cards which may be obtained in this
office or in the messenger boxes and filed in the Secretary's Office, West
Engineering Building, not later than Monday, December 1.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
University of Michigan Band:
Formation this afternoon at 1:30 at the band headquarters, corner of
State and Jefferson Sts. Full dress uniforms with black shoes and capes.
Those who have not yet settled for band bounce tickets must do so at this
time. Arthur M. Smith.
Men's Educational Club:
The regular bi-weekly meeting of the Club will be held on Monday, No-
vember 24, at 7:45 o'clock in Room 304, Michigan Union. Professor Wilbert
f. Carr of the University High School will address the Club on "The Class-
ical Investigation." 'As a special feature a social gathering will be held
beginning at 7:45, to which all men interested in education are invited.
Wallace F. Watt, President.
Chinese Students Club:
A social meeting will be held on Saturday evning, November 22, at 8
o'clock in Wesley Hall. M. P. Chen.
Notice to Owners of Dog:
Hereafter dogs that become nuisances upon the Campus, in so far as
possible, will be taken in charge by authorized employes of the University,
and held for their owners for a period not exceeding ten days. During
such period dogs may be redeemed on proof of ownership and payment
for care at rate of fifty cents per day or fraction of a day. By authority.
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Notice, Bicycle Riding on the Campus:
Bicycle-riding on walks of the Campus of the University of Michigan is
strictly prohibited at all times, day or night, by legislation of the Regents.
The most frequent violators of this rule are young boys and girls. Pedes-
trians have recently been knocked down, and they are daily endangered.
Notice is hereby given to all concerned, and especially to parents of chil-
dren who own bicycles, that University police have been instructed to take
charge of any bicycles being ridden on the Campus walks, and to hold same
for redemption by owners (in case of minors, by parents or guardians) on
furnishing satisfactory indication that the act will not be repeated. The
alternative, or the 'action in case of repeated violation of the rule, will be
prosecution under Michigan Public Act No. 90, of 1905, as amended by Pub-
lic Act No. 302 of 1907.
The rule against bicycle riding, and enforcement thereof, are necessary
for the safety of users of the Campus walks, and the cooperation of all, es-
pecially of parents, is respectfully urged.
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.

A large section of the booklet will
deal with the University, the music'
and speakers presented, and the in-
fluence of the University on the city's
banking, trade, and industry. ,
Many other sections, supplemented'
by photographs, will describe the
surrounding country and the resid-
ences, schools, play grounds, hospit- I
cals, railroads, and industries of the
j city.
Thre booklet, the first of its kind is-
sued in 10 years, will not be sold, but
will be used to influence homeseek-!
ers and new industries to come to
Ann Arbor.
DA NCIN G
Learn to dance. Start now. Open'
daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. in. Adult class
every Monday and Friday. Fifteen
1-hour lessons for $5.00. Enroll now.
TERRACE GARDEN
DANCING STUDIOS
22 Wuerth Arcade Phone 241-R

en under the auspices of Sigma Xi
and the Junior Research societies by
various professors on the University
faculty. Several hundred -students and

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faculty members attended Professor
Bigelow's lecture.? SUNDAY
Discussing the nature of the atom, 3:00-Special meeting of Hindustan
as dlefined according to the most mod- I club, Lane hall.
ern observations of physicists and 3:00-Presbyterian Hoover Sunday
chemists, Professor Bigelow made a school.
comparison between our solar system 5:30-Joint service and supper of
and the system of the atom. Congregational and Presbyterian

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one of their delicious barbecued meat
sandwiches.
Pork, ham and beef-roasted out in the
fragrant air is sure to tempt anyone. Try
just one sandwich-you'll want another.
Barbecue In
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Dinner, 5 to 8

Sunday Dinner and Supper

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Both Ends of the Diagonal Walk

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Foreign exchange on
nearly every country
is for sale by the Ann
Arbor Savings Bank.
Rates and informa.
tion gladly furnished.
Call on us at either
office.

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the Game!

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