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11' IFMITC1 Hc;A'N DIzLuY

FRiIDAY, DE CEMBER 12) 1924I

DALtFFCA BULLETIN-
publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th4 Pesident until
3:30 p. nm. (11:30 a. in. Saturday,
Volume 5 FID~AY, DECEMBER 12, 1924 Number 68b
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Monday, December 15, on
account of the impending Christmas vacation.
r W. W. Bishop, Librarian.
University Club of Ann Arbor:
Friday, December 12th, will be Club Night for December, Dr. Hinsdale
and Dr. Stanley will speak. The program will begin at 8:15 p. in.
Evans Holbrook, Chairwan of LProgrz'm Committee.
Journalism 103:
The class in the Country Newspaper will not meet today.
E. (G. Burrows.
Pbilosophy 172, Seminar in Aesthetics:
Next Monday' this will be held at 6:15 instead of 7:30.
E. F. Carritt.
Mathematics, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff on Friday, December
12, at 4 p. mn. in room 108, Mason H-all. Joseph L. Markley.
Rbetoric 1:
The second Written Quiz for this semester will be given to all sections
on Monday and Tuesday, December 15 and 16. f
0. C. Johnson.
History.JDepartmient;
There will be a department luncheon, today noon, room 325 Michigan
Union. B. W. Wheeler.
Uniiversity of iMichigan Baud:
All members of the band are urged to make the trip to Detroit Saturday
afternoon, December 13. We must have a full attendance to play for the
Alumni Football Bust. Special cars leave the D. U. R. waiting room on
Huron Street at 12:05 p. in., Ann Arbor time. Report in full dress uniform
with capes. Arthur N. Smith.
Palmer Christian, University Organist, assisted by Miss Helen Rose,
Soprano, and Mrs. Victor Martin, Contralto, will give the following program
of Christmas music, in I-ill Auditorium Sunday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock,
to which the general public, with the exception of children under ten years
of age, is invited:
Symphonic de Noel (? aleingrean) ; Berceuse (Guilmant) ; Improvisa-
tion on "Silent Night, Holy Night" (traditional-German) ; Variations on an
Ancient Christmas Carol (Dethier) ; "Come unto H-ine" and "He shiall feed
His flock" (The Messiah) (H-andel) Miss Rose and Mrs. Martin; Choral
Improvisation on "In dulci jubila" (Kaarg-Elert) ; Noel (Mulct) ; The Infant
Jesus(Gesu Bambino) (Yon); Chrisnitas (Foote).
C'harles A. Sink, Secretary.
Craftsmieun:
There will be a meeting Saturday evening, December 13, 1924, in the old
Masonic Temple at 7:30 p. mn. The third degree will be conferred. All
Master Mesons are invited to attend. Arthur R~. Trniier.
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W IIA IS f~~ Ii\ G ' wait ing roe ilal OFlii U on street.
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be left in the box at the lDa~ly oflie 1
jrn~ided for tnat purpose before q I (1┬░r'ng Preg1 la 1 ehe.
j O'*clock precceding ic u:y of issue. I :0A'ai~jl4'('j hi the old MAps.t

FORMULATE NEWiPLANS
F05 PENNSYLANIA CUBf

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FRIDAY S :30 ( I'i'i1 rmas pl'1art afPesbyterian ;on hall, the Pennsylvania club was;
112:00-tistory department meet s fo'!(church.re aizdailpanwrefrult
huncheon in room 325, Union. M'ta1 aitlnt l~iy at iitariui oo,,aiaa r g anizatieonrculdt-
4:O-Mtiiitc taff of Iii crary cehurch. eliby which the ognzto ol
college meets in room 108, Mason an now on the canpus.
hall. VN'liEgut in touch with the 300 Pennsylvan-?
4:15-3r. Pail Blaiisharid speaks in T IV)fl*( v t~ nM ,'ounsolservie \V. W. Davis, Spec., w as appointedj
Natural Science auditorium. wi\ll 1)2 o(iii or the making- of ap- chairman of the entertainment com-I
7 :0W--Chinaese tudrents' cdblash lri's pointiinents from 4 to 0 and from 7 ittee to wrhom sugestion for a so-
Selection at Lane hall auditorium~r. to 8 o'cloc!k h'oin now until Christ- vial function t) be held aster vacs-
s :60---A'hristmnaas party at ' es'j-alL )i 111s vacation at. Lane hall. tion are to be0 sent. The next meet-1
S :(W-Mwhcligall Union iiass resent iug of the 'Pennsylvania club will be
"Tickled To Death" at Whitney tlie- it:DJec. 11.-Pi'emier I [erriot held JIan. 14.
a tter. ,old the ('ha2 b''r that Germany must
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