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"I'H MICHIGAN DAILY

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D1AILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructi've notice tt, all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th. P-esident until
3:40 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.
Volume 6 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1924 Number 54

Library Measures
Fluctuc tions Ofx
Student Ambition!

Construction On
New Air Tunnel
Nears Completion

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THANKSGIVING DAY PROCLAMATION
By the Governor:
Thanksgiving Day this year should mean much to the American people.
We are blessed with a reasonable degree of prosperity and the outlook for
the future is encouraging.
In spite of the many handicaps under which our governmental operations
are carried on, our people, as a whole, are making steady advances in the
cause of good government. The progressive spirit which they repeatedly
manifest in relation to the public service, demonstrates their faith in Amer-
ican institutions and the stability of constitutional government.
For these great blessings and the many good things that are ours, it is
most fitting that we should render united thanks to Almighty God, the giver
of all that is good.
Therefore, in pursuance Hof our time honored custom and in accordance
with the proclamation issued by the President of the United States and by
virtue of the authority vested in me as Governor of Michigan, I hereby desig-
nate Thursday, November 27, 1924, as a day of Thanksgiving and Prayer.
Given tnder my hand and the Great Seal of the State this thirteenth day
of Novemiber, in the year of our Lord one thousand nine hundred and twenty-
four, and of the Commonwealth the eighty-eighth.
Alex. J. Groesbeck, Governor.
Facuity 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. I. Hnmphreys.
Geological and Geographical Journal Clubs:
There will be a combined meeting of the Geological and Geographical
Journal Clubs in Room G436, Natural Science Building, at 7:30 p. in., on
Wednesday November 26th.
Program: "The Wheat Situation" By Professor McMurry. All interested
are cordially invited to attend. R. L. Belknap, yecretary.
Twilight Organ Recital (Postponed:)
The usual organ recital will be omitted today; instead Mr. Christian will
give a special concert Sunday, November 30, at 4:15 o'clock.
The general public is invited except that children under ten years of age,
forobvious reasons, will not be admitted.
Chailes A. Sink, Secretary.
Notice to All Naval-Reservists:
The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednesday,
November 26, at 7:30 p. m., in the R. O. T. C. Drill Bail.
Lt. L. C. Leever, Commanding.
Political Science 31-a, American Government:
Assignment for week ending Thursday, December 4, Ogg & Ray, Chapter
XXV. J. J% Hayden.
Foreign Students:
Foreign Students who entered the'College of Engineering and Architecture
this semester will see me in my office, Room 28 East Hall, 4 to 6 p. in., Wed-
nesday or Friday to discuss with me the reports on their work sent me by
their instructors. J. Raleigh Nelson.
Alpha Nu:
On account of the holiday tomorrow, the regular meeting of Alpha Nu
Will be postponed until next week. James J. Dunn.
University of Michigan Band:
Regular rehearsal tonight at seven o'clock at the band hall.
Arthur 3f. Smith, Manager.
Notice Respecting Parking of Cars in Campus Driveway:
Parking of cars anywhere in the driveway between North University Ave-
nue and the parking space east of Mason Hall not only causes inconvenience
to all using the driveway for proper purposes, but is a positive source of
danger to other automobiles and to persons. This is particularly the case
when cars are so parked at night. Such disregard of the rights and safety
of others may be expected, hereafter, to result in cancellation of the Campus
parking permit. Shirley .W. Smihi, Secretary

Now that football season is over
Michganstuent ar agin xpCted After two years of work, the air
Michigan students are again expecte tunnel for the testing of airplane pro-
tontion toemjr ato their atiIC,~to yellers. which is being built in the
te cha t phe tu d codigto East Engineering building, is nearing
the chart kept by the University;cmlto.Tetunlbigbit
library indicating average study hall;cmlto.Tetne en ul
here is one of the few in the country.
attendance. For years a graph n11 Hli- . C. Sadler, professor of naval
brary use has served as a remark- architecture and marine engineering,
ably accurate reflecticn of thr amnount and F. W. Pawvlowski, professor of
of time students spend on their work aeronautical engineering, who were
and this graph shows that more chiefly instrumental in designing the
books are in circulation toward the tunnel, have incorporated in it the
end of November than at alnost any best features of similar tunnels in
other period of the year. all parts of the world.
A fairly high average in book use is In many phases of its construction
always maintained until January, !tile tunnel, which is being built bf
when the cramming for finals causes telect woods, requires as much skill
a great increase, as that of violin making.
Besides mid-semesters and finals, The air rotates through three hori-
the weather is an important factor in Iontal tunnels more than 50 feet long
determining circulation and the num- and of diameter slightly greater than
ber of people in the study halls." In an airplane propeller. Place is pro-
winter the library becomes a popular vided for mounting the propeller in
place for students to spend their the air current of the central tunnel.
spae ftie but with spr eng, attend- Air locks are provided at the en-
ance falls. rtrance doors. The roomshousing the
anc fals.tunnel are entirely, air tight. In en-
Alaphs show a slight rise beore tering the room when the tunnel is
spring vacation and from then on a in use, the person enters the air lock,
slow decline. Even the June finals the air pressure is changed to corres-
fail to draw students to the study- pond 'with that in the tunnel, and
hals.dthen he enters the room.
During the last five years the
graphs have revealed, besides the Evanston, Ill., Nov. 25.-"Scrawl"
monthly use of the library, the fact is the name just given to the new
that the average circulation for the campus literary magazine which re-
whole year has increased far more cently made its appearance at North-
than the increase inlstud(enlts.i western university.
According to William Warner Bish- -esternuniversty.
op, 'librarian, this is probably due in Munich, Nov. 25.-German beer is to
part to additional required reading have more kick after Jan. 1 when for
in more advanced courses, to better the first time since the war all re-,
facilities for service in the study strictions on brewers will be re-
halls, qnd to a higher enrollment in moved.
the graduate school, where the courses
demand more research work. Your Subscription is payable now.

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WUATPS GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
e left in the box at the Daly office
provided for tnat purpose before .
I o'lockprecceding the day of issue.
WEDNESDAY
12:15--Mathemnatical club luncheon
in Michigan Union.
7:00- Band rehearsal in Band 1:11ll.
7:30-University Naval Reserve unit!
meets in R. 0. T. C. drill hall.
:730 - Geological and Geographical
Journal club meets in room G-436,
Natural Science building.

THURSDAY
7:00-Church of Christ students' hike
starts from corner of Jefferson and
State streets.
10:30-Thanksgiving University Ser-
vice at Hill auditorium.
b :00-Thanksgiving party at the Pres-
byterian church.
GARRICK MATINEES
Thanksgtv.n (Thurs
Nights 60o to S2.50 and Sat. 60c to $1.60
SIMON CALLEDI
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A DARING PLAY
It Calls a Spade a Spade

Thanks giving
Dinner
MENU
Soup
Willets Best
Celery
Olives Wafers
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Roast Young Turkey
Chestnut Dressing
'Tenderloin of Beef
Mushroom Sauce
Hubbard Squash
Mashed Potatoes
Cranberry Sherbet
Rolls
* * *
Dessert
Home Made Mince or Pumpkin
Pie
New England Fruit Pudding
with Vanilla Sauce
Brick Ice Cream
Tea Coffee Milk
* * *
12 to 2 P. M. Price, $1.00
Tables Reserved
WILLITS
Phone 173 315. South State

Tours to Europe-Summer of 1925
FOR STUDENTS, TEACHERS, ARTISTS ETC.
30 Day Tour-All $30a d Up LONDON, BRUSSELS
Expenses Included AND PARIS
SAILINGS END OF JUNE AND EARLY JULY

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Moderate Cost. Travel.
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Pa Hellenic Ball Permissions
Each group desiring to have permission to entertain guests from the Pan
Hellenic Ball at Breakfast must apply directly to the office of the Dean ofSr
Women, by Wednesday, November 26.
This permission will last only until 2:30 a. in., instead of until 3:30 as
previously announced. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
More Directories Itltllat: lttt1tmt1mtmmmmmmmmmm lm m limmmm 1mmmm llmmm m ttmmttm tltt"
To Be-Sold Today TIME'S FLYING-
Announcement was made yesterday ORDER NOW!
that 40 copies of the 1924-25 student
directory will be placed on sale to-hC
day at the Publications office in the Christmas Greetng Cards
Press Building. These copies were
kept ou t for sale to the business men iE V S M L O K T Y U E V C
of the"townand as all of theni ere NEW SAMPLE BOOKS AT YOUR SERVICE
not sold they will be offered to the,
students today. 95 R S IT Y
Paris, Nov. 25.-Minister of Corn- B O O K S T 0 R E
merce Raynaldy has introduced in the
chamber his bill for revising the cus- I
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Thanksgiving!
HOW that word is freighted with mean-
ing! How it takes us back to our
boyhood days and what Thanksgiving meant
to us then. And today-how thankful we
canl be for living in a prosperous, peaceful
country, our people well-fed, happyv and
contented. For this we are grateful and we
trust that America and Americans may
always have abundant cause- to celebrate
this Thanksgiving season.
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