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IFAGIE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 19

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DALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is-constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th. Prevudent until
8:30 p nm. (11:30 a. m. Saturday
Volume 6 'THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1924 Number 61
Senate Council:
The net regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday,
December 8, at 4:15 p. m., in the President's office.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts.
The next meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee will be held Thurs.
day, December 4th, at 4:10 P. M. in the Dean's office, 1210 Literary Building.
John R. Effinger
University Women-House Presidents:
All signing-out slips for the month of November must be turned in to
the Office of the Dean of Women before November tenth.
Jean Hamilton.
Spanish Lecture:
The Spanish lecture to be given tonight by Mr. Michaud has been post-
poned on account of illness, and will probably be given next week, at which
time it will be announced. H. . Sinclair.
English Department:
The Department meets for luncheon at the Union, Thursday, December
4, at 12:14. L. I. Bredvold.
Military Science s:
Sections I, and II will meet at the 'regular times, 9:00 a. m. and 1:00
p. m, on=Thursday, in Room "D" of Memorial Hall. There will be a moving
picture showing the operation of the recoil system of the 155. mm G. P. F.
gun. Members of these sections are expected to attend. Others interested
are invited. .{George W. Dunn, Jr.
Student Mathli matics Society:
There will be a meeting Thursday, December 4, at 8 p. m., room 151
Chemical Bldg. All students interested are cordially invited to attend.
1. S. Steiner, Sec'y.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Professor Earl V. Moore, Head of the University School of Music, speaks
on "How to Appreciate Good Music" Saturday evening, December 6, at 8
p. m. in the Auditorium of Lane Hall. Illustrative selections on the Victrola
will be used. The lecture should be of particular value to students from
other lands not very familiar with the best in occidental music. The public
is cordially invited.
Rensis Likert, President.
Cliamlber of Commerce:
There will be a regular business meeting Thursday evening, Decem--
ber 4, at 7:30. Room 306 Union. F. B. Case, Sec.
Alpha Omega Alphia Lecture:
The first lecture in the Alpha Omega Alpha Lecture Series will be given
tonight at 8:00 o'clock in University Hall. Attention is particularly directed
to the change in the place of the lecture. Doctors George F. and Gladys H.
Dick of the McCormick Institute for Infectious Diseases, of Chicago, will
lecture on 'Scarlet Fever." Because of the transfer of the lecture from the
Natural Science Auditorium to University Hall, additional course tickets
are made available and may be procured at the door.
Walter i. Simpson, President.
Varsity Glee Club:'
Rehearsal tonight at 7 in the Assembly Room of the Union.
Carl B. Schooniaker, Manager.
Geological Journal Club:
There will be a meeting of the Geological Journal Club Thursday, De-
cember 4,.at 7:30 p. m. in room G 436 Natural Science Building. Pro-
gram: Professor Pollock of the Botany Department will discuss the fol-
lowing subjects:
"Is Pearl Harbor, Island of Oahu, an Erosion Basin?"
"Amount of Elevation of the Island as Indicated by the Raised Reefs."
All interested are cordially invited to attend the meeting.
R. L. Belknap, Sec'y.

Wins Nobel Prize

WHAT'S GOING TECHERS MEET TO GET
Notices to appear in this column nust
le left in the box at the I) ly 0 ce
provided for tn2t purpose before T
"'clock preceeding the dar of issue.
Teachers of Washtenaw county will
TI'IRS)DAY meet tomorrow in Ann Arbor for an'
1:(4-31ec1ing of the violin group of. all day institute which will be held
the Students' League in the School d
of Music in the auditorium of the Jones school.
7 :10-All-Buffalo smoker, given by The work of the institute will be tol
Scalp and Blade at the Michigan Un- I train the teachers along health lines
ion: and to prepare them for the giving of
7 :30-Christian Science society meets d.the country and village school, physic-
in Lane hail auditorium.
7 :30-Veterais of Forign Wars neet~ al examinations which have been au-
in room 323, Michigan Union. thorized by the county board of su-
7 :30-Catholic Students' smoker at the pervisors.
Union. The work will be under the direction
of Dr. Louis E. Steans. Arrangements
,r are being carried on by the Tubercu-
First Year Woman ' losis"association, the publichealth de-
Hurt In Accident partment of the University, and the
physical education department of Ypsi-

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The 1924 Nobel prize in medicine
has been awarded to Prof. *William
Einthoven, of Leyden university, for
his invention of the "cardiogram."
With this mechanism, motion picture
X-ray records of the movement of 1 he j
human heart can be made.

Elizabeth C. Fitzgerald, '28, who
was injured when she was struck byl
an automobile last Saturday, is im-
proving according to an announce-
ment from her honie yesterday. The
accident occured when a car wa~s
thrown across the sidewalk after a
triple collision at State and Was.
ington streets.
Dresden, Dec. 3.-"Silent Night, Holy
Ni~zt,"forman deades thefavort

lanti Normal.
Chinese
Have,

Clothes
High Quality

22 falls on a Sunday, the Monday fol.
SSN TUN S To lowing has been declared a holiday,
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAYthe Deans. udy .Mna
To It was also decided at the meeting
of the Deans that the University Nwill
send a representative to the confer-
The whitha once hhwill open January 3.in
The Deans, at their regular weekly Washington, D. C., for the purpose of
conference yesterday morning in the discussing vocational guidance for
Presidents office, changed the time pre-professional students. The con-
of the Washington's Birthday convo- ference will be attended by represen-
cation from the evening hour to 10 tatives from many of the largest col-
o'clock on Monday, February 23. due leges and universities in the country.
to the fact that there is a concert It is understood that Dean H. E.
ii. Hill auditorium that night. [Hawkes of Columbia University, who
Sir Robert A. Falconer, president spoke here last year, is fostering the
of the University of TorontAb, has conference.
been secured to address the convoca-
tion. Due to the fact that February P1y your Daiiy subscription.
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Edmonson To Talk Christmas carol of Germany, will be
. sung with particular devotion this
Before Princtpals'Christmas, it being 100 years old this
jyear.
Prof. J. B. Edmonson of the School
of Education will go to Lansing this Nice, Dec. 3.-A tornado lasting 20
afternoon to address te state con-s seconds crumpled several buildings
vention of principals in two-day ses- and injured 70 persons.
sion there on some features of a re- i
port which he has lately summarized.
covering situations in North Central '
high schools. New plans of the North
Central association will be outlined
ofeal hihsho eiai omexain
and the profems remaining before it
discussed. Professor Edmonson will
deal principally with the exemption
of high school seniors from examina- The Student Supply Store em
tion, and the variations to be foundhu
in the marking system us used in by stocking positively everythi
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Superiority of Chinese clothing in
price and material over American is
demonstrated weekly to Ann Arbor
laundrymen by inspection of the in-
coming laundry of Chinese students.
Because of this superiority most of
:the Chinese students have their,
clothes made at home and sent aver,
thereby saving considerable, as the
import duty is small.
The men students have adopted the
American style clothesbut some of
the women still cling to their native
costumes. I
deavors to live up to its name
ng in the student supply line.
Phone 1 160-R

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CHRISTMAS GIFTS AT THE-
Women's League and
Inter-Church Bazaar

SEWING SETS
APRONS
KIMONAS
DUSTERS
TOWELS
LINGERIE

Christmas
BATHROBES-All
thing for a present to

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colors and designs.
Dad or the boys.

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pair with that new bathrobe.

soft soles. Give

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December 5 and 6

SWEATERS-The latest
designed and well made.

thing in

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H N DKE CIIEFS

STIU)Y DESK SETS

Courtesy of Wair's University Book Store

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TIES-Both bow and four-in-hand, b.
everything.
SCARFS-Direct from Scotland and
colors and wool.

road stripes and

Veterans of Foreign Wars:
Meeting of the Richard N. Hall Pos
Michigan Union.
Prescott Club Meeting:
The regular meeting of the Presco
in Rbom 303 Chemistry Bldg. Dr. Em
Health Service, will talk on "Eye Defect
Gun ad Blade .Club
There will be a meeting of the Gun
December 4, at seven-thirty. Location
at the Union.
HONORARY BIOLOGICAL ,
SOCIETY INITIATES 151
Phi Sigma, honorary biological so-
ciety, held its fall initiation and ban-
quet at the Union last night, at which}
Prof. E. C. Case of the geology de-
partnient spoke on "The Spirit of the
Thing." J. C. Bugher, '26M, welcomed
the new members into the organiza-
tion.
Those who were taken in were Dr.
D. A. McGinty, of the physiology de-
partment, A. E. Woodhead and C. O.
Carlson, both of the zoology depart-
ment, Dr. J. O. Beavis, grad., J. H.
Delaney, '24M, W. T. Dempster, '25,
A. C. Elmer, '27M, E. F. Greenman,
'25, C. P. Huber, grad., N. R. Kretz-
schiitar, '26M, E. R. Martell, '25, C. R.
Rittershofer, grad., V. F. Ross, '27D, L.
Schultz, '26D, and I. H. Sims, '26.
811LROA PICTURESI
SHOWN TO ENINEERS
Moving pictures of one of the most
modern electric line in this country!
were shown yesterday in Natural )
Science auditorium by the studentl
hraew ,f the Amrican Tnstitute of I

st on Thursday, December 4, at 7:30,
H. IN Clark, Commander. I
tt Club will be held tonight at 7:30
aery W. Sink, Acting Director of theI
s."
C. V. Glover..
a and Blade Club Thursday evening,
will be posted on the bulletin board
H. E. McArthur.
tion and methods of maintenance were
clearly demonstrated by the films. I
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today.

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iA.nnual University of Michigan Union Opera
Playing in Ann Arbor
December 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
Opens TODAY at 10 A. M.
at the Box Office of the
hitney Theatre
Prices, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00

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