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PACE EFIGHT ___ TE IHGNWDEDY AUR ,12

THE PAICHIGAN

DAILY

SVFD\Ta)8T)-\ , JANUARY 7' 152!')

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to, all mnembers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the P-esident until
3,:30 p. m. (11:30 a. rn. Saturday,
Volume G WEI)N ESIJAY, JAN VA Ii, V7, 192-5 dumber 74;
Public I.edl re elf Insulinl
'('le 5Ccond lecture under the comb~ined autspices of the Sigmta Xi and
Ju:nior ]tc earth Societies will bo given in the and itoriuam of the Natural
Science building Friday evening, <January 9th, at S o'clock, lby Professor
Howard B. Lewis of the D)epartment o1 Physiological (;hcmistry in the
medical school.
Dr. Lewis will speak on "Insulin," chiefly from the standlpoint of Bio-
logical Chemistry, and the important Ines of thoutght opened up by the dis-
com ery of this substance. Dr. Lewis' lecture will cover Dr. B3anting's work,
but the latter in his lecture the foillowing week will not speak upon Insulin
Imt upon the general subject of 'Medical Recsearch."'
Studlents of chemi ;tly and mnedicine are advised especially to attend
])I-. LewiW' lecture in preparation for IDri. Rant in 's. The general public is
al:so invited to tbis lecture.
Aldred Scoft i4"an itilt, 'rvesidenl, 87gnma Xi.
1 afl h1i~ ti< - ('rsllt'e (I if .Sc i. istud1 hi'Arfii
lhcr:, will he anl l ag of the t Acttnal i's taffof on Wedesrlay,
Jcanuar+y 7, at 4 lP. I., in R oom t 18 I inf lal.
rIlei Eu Uigiileerii;g 'lass :
Tlw. regul a r weekly assemibly wxill be tldl\V J jd v anua ry 7, at.
11:0H) ii I ooiu '148 'Hnginee'ring- Build inig,.I 'rfessor A. 0). Lee will give an
illust rated talk. ..C. Brier.
Twtillg111 Orgall Recital :
The next program in the series of weekly ori;an rcitals given by Palmer
('hristiarn, 1 ni Vrsit y Orp a i;it , \Vi 1 be given Wednesday 'a ft ernoon, *Jan uary
7. Th gneral pubiiic its c(rial Yly ii'tdt I I tendl.
Tlho program is as follows:
Prelude antd Aodit at ioni-Eleg~e (Suit"e in V1inanor ) ( Ilorowski) ; Scherzo-
Pa torale ( Fedlerl('in) ; Aux 14toil os (1 )npa e) ; Totcat a andl Fugue in D)
minlor (Bach) ; Soon r Aon if1 lie ( ('on pern a) ; Li Aesf ran i (Liszt.) ; 1hapgctklie
Co Ia!,ane' (Bonnet).
Clmiarles A. Sinih, Seerel ary.
Regular rehearsal tonight, at 7:15 at the band hecadqumarters. All, memnber i
are urged to he present. Artliur 31. Smith, 1Igr.
U. S. Naval 1ccv Force-.
T~he regulatr meeting of the University Unit will be held at 7:30 P. AL
Wedntesday, .Tnuary 7, in tI ho I '. O. rT. I.III Hill.fbiII.Al irufiers ; re ex-
lected to attend, as the w~orth for thle renminder of tlj~c' yea r will be outlin: d
at this time. I. L. C(. Lech'er.
Public Restlin~g (if Otello:
Pulic:I eadin" of 0~thlll by Section 11I of sttudents, of Shakespearean
Rea1ding, will be griven X~or f;(Iifay,J.1anna ry 7, in I'iivel'sit y H ail, 7:3-1) I. Al.
'I Ito p11 hi : is invited and no admission will he charged.
l 't Pay Cast:
Those chosen for Ithe cast of f hiS year's S ;nisli Platy xil meet in Room
301' S. W. at 3:00 Oo'clock 'Wednesday aft'1 ernooti for ar prolinainary readlin got
the play. *Juek I.IsF

WHAT'S GOING
\ UlI(,( Ito ap, tr in this o]111ll1lin
oc left in the box at the f).;lyo
pr'oN 'ddfori' twat i'll:l)'se iefor(
o'cloc'k preces'ding the day of issi
WED)NESD)AY
1:1.,-0( .in recital by Palmer
1', in I-ill auditorium.
,:lttl--,-.I I op ('Hll iitee mleets ill
o02, Union.
10 :00- l'rofessor Ifich talks oil
oustics in the Theater" in fir
ty fHal,
7 :30---Deals 1! itfiii('abot speal
Aledica 1 buildinlg.
X'icnna. JTan. 6.- 1rau Rutlh Fi
('orgi 'nuni 't member of the GI
Ito7('istag,, has been se'ntenc:ed
fine of I120,000O crowns andsdd
tion fromtAustria on a chll,'r o
a, falIs( passpor0 t.
I PATRO1NZE D1AILY A DVF:It'l'
4ENSIAN NOTICl(E

ON
nmust
ue

Fvanklins' Anniversary V., ill
Bein National Thrift Week

New Y ork, Jan. (;. ---The 218th annli- I Ttot:tit T,ix' Goods al ssociation, and the
versariy er the birthday of hlam01iil u Tn it ed St atvs Pos t Of liee(lejart am out.
C'his. Fraunklin, "'Apost l( of Thrift,"' Satir-: The ohaset'xiinc(' of National Thrift
Sa an. 17, will 1) he obseved thlroeugh- Week has groii fronm a iodest hb
l' o(llflout, thIle ('01111ry as the first, of seven ' llning ill I191i6 into l0 tl est ahisli(d
(illy.- of enildis ~ 111 his lifl('il)l('5 tirtit1ra Il. ltcords of last, yeari's ob.
()'t i'U'CeS. Tlhie fgen erIa Ipie u)s xv I er ('xace show thiatIthe "Week" war
a mm ca:nce'dl-1ere today at National recogizedh in on-' for'm or anotheor in
~ ,Thrift Week headq(uarters. thionusand~s of ('oflmlitilities in this
21 iveri- National Thriftf Xeek is fostered by lcounitry and(Ithat, inlau> 'onnuni-
thle Y. Al. '. A. through a. conulnit teea ties in every state( the observacnce was!
whch rt c ilt. 4S xwell known n.-I act'ordiiig to a . )ro-;ram planne l
lls ltional, ci vie, commlercial, edutcational re m'esentativo loc'al gr'oups. This in-i
andl religions organizations, ineltliiig 'chided , the 1924 report shows, a1
the American Bankers associationl, largely increased use 'of newsp~aper 1d-
Amer'ican Ried Crioss, Associa t ed Ad - veil isin g, Sna ce devotfed to cairrying to
ernai ver tisin g ('hubs of the WolId, Associa - !iIlions of raa d f I'S pratctical I is 10ira-
a ti<ifalit of kife lasnraiice l'(i'e fLs, IBoy lieu as3to fthriftyv use of' thelir iolii(
C1port-( lpwr
f iSn Sc(m4o f c'Am1 (r'ict, (amp li re Grs iIoe
( biaum hr of,('mimnelce (of owi eunited Thlie Ii 1'l)0SCof Nat ionial 'Thrift
Stat es, ('ouncil of Y. N'. 11I. k K. tsso- ; XWeek is (0 hell) Amuericans think
l11Sci 'it7ions,'(ederal el ( I inedeiatinl of('esste raiglihaeutf iii OiyI,' ~t''. Tu
:1 l Seen t GC iera1 dIalino Ip e ((101 lergreda
-- oa;eu1'; clubs, Inlet iiafiEnial itotary; es ;cufials of an all -ound thrtifty pro-
I clil), KiwanLis (clulbs, Nat ioiial1 Board grail for the individuial, as followxs:
of tim Y. V. C. A ., Nat ion alIAssocia -' wx o. and(1barin, Mfik e a I imdget..
!.on ofifI e"al lEstate boa i ds, Nationatl Record Vx en ditu r''s, Ifave aI il;
ofI-
for T F
Pn ed
Sorority
Group Photos
tof N
tg 'S, Our facilities for' hdeilng care
tt of iDour'chapter are misuf- '

.'ecc'inft, ('arry Life Insurance, Own I o ,, majtli 1the nui against the sale ot
Your I lowe, Makhe a Wil, Invest inf wortl] ess stocks anid bonds.
Safte Securities. Pay Bilkls romptlhy,............- _________
hlat es With COthers. 'Mei cal Ro m I
The dayvs of the "week'' will be(ICe-'
signatedi as follows : Saturday, Janl ? Library Finished
17, "Pay Bills D ay"'; Sunday, "Shar'.
With Ot her's Day"'; Monday, "Nvat it-iDuring the holidays work was con-
a] Thrift D~ay or Bank Day": Tuesday,'llt~ ntene eia edn
"ifMe Insurance l1ay" ; Wo(lnesday, heelo h e ncia edn
''Own Your Own If onie Day" ; Thurs-'room in the general library. The room
dlay, ''Budget D~ay" ; and Friday, "S5afe was formerly used as a newspaper
Invest ments Day." i'oei. 'Twxo offices are being built in
A change from last year is the tie- tie space wvhere formerly 'were locat -
signation for Friday, in place of "M'akie I tenehcl efigros h
<a Will Day." This point is retained in
libe guiding rules, bunt the committee'1poriodiidl room has also been enlang-
feels that increasedt effort is (desirable c .
l DERRILL PRATT
* -AND--
JACK DUNN
t Sporting Goods
Men's Furnishings U,

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ferodl to pay s .ibscri ption s
thle 1925 M ich iganonsi an.
pr'ice for thos e who sfg
pslesdges (luring tih' cainpaigr
,%i.50, amid for all (othier;,
Pa vuteont s are being roceivec
the 'Ensian office in t1he 1'
bji ii ing,.

'3"'2 STATE ST.

PRIOM C 2919-3.

Furniture
Repairing
I-laxce your fur'niture
paired now-at the start
the year.. If your wvoA
" done at P. B. Hardin;
you re assu:'cd of the
most lin craftsmanship.
P. B. Hardhingl)
218 ELast H-u ron St.
Phone 381-W

.....11m Y i YYYYYi Ya1 * Y*h . Y S Y
FIRST IN EVERYTHING
Even the Cross-word Puzzle. Solve this one and win youriself
a pair of skates or ten dollars in trade.
We can't work it--you try it.

Answers must be handed in or mailed to store.
be announced later.

Winner tQ

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Where will he a m'etlin F" of' tho .1-11op oi ('iat te t e' 5 o',
iool in 1Room 3102 tof the 110 ion.(lti
cl in u of "Black Quill":
''l m ieeting(t of 1(h ~tho "MaciS 11(i~ 15 pon('d to 1i
i,.arY 14. Lucille va]
D ean li ugh Cahot (of It.'('i .1ed i c'a ,chool xw'ill i x'e thle fir.
cXti-a-emiiicillart'lecttries on) med icail i storiic'alI stilljels a
Trsdit~aty evening, ,Iann a ry 81i, int the west'5. amimlhitltea len
building. Dean Cabot will letutre on ''ie 11ist orical1 I
Operations for stone in time I ha cd di.'' The lec tre will lie
lantern slides, Walter ' ..simps

'clc(:h his aller-
les C~. tt 1 iil.
Wredniesdlay, Jan-
lish, 4Secrieaiy.

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Ain lgyptian goddess.
North ern steamship (ab).'

1H0OlIZONTIA L
'Senior member of prominent
business firm ott State St.
6. Junior muember' of samne fimt.
10. An article used by -a player
in outr national pastime.
141. An ('Xclaniatitoll.
15. A co-ed's name.
1f'. An English saloon.

ITo endeavor.
4. 1 reimositiomi.
5Shirts, ties, 5socks, collars,
r'eefet's, Esc i'fs, h ljut fkrchm's,
e.
We car'ry a 'oumplete line.
G~. The isnakes.
7, To bull (Sctotcl)--juist up-
sido down).
f;. To set tire to (standling on
head).
9. "They conme in polin, broad-
c'lothi, ( xfio4'djs, flannel, of
which we have a lat'ge sel-
ect ion.

Spe
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~ - offer the mos
t UKELELE.
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24. A slang expression.
23. Reed Kiddie Kar (ab).
24. Line (if shoes xvw(' ar'ry,
26. '4 astern Union.
27. Something that goes arond~
your tieck (niot a. noosie)
(0)-
29._ Ouri 'onmpetitor in athletic
t0. Maud's owner.
31. An owl's gurgle.
33i~. A vase.
36. Footballs, basketballs, golf
and tennis sup~plies -- we
carry them, and the best.,
38. Recede.
39. Precious stones.
41. Coverings for the head.
44. Facility.
47. A Greek letter fraternity.
48. Decrepit bunny.
51. A weight.
52. Chtide; scold.
54. The dent of a wild beast (pl).
55. In a short titne.
56. Public thoroughfare (ll
58. An African aintelope.
59t. Man's uticknamte.
60o. Long, flat board bent in
front.
w, \': e of a street in Ann

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1 2i.

14l. A lontg walk.

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17i.
1. .

To bllaze axvay (obi le
Long stick of wood, ciai
on one end .(One too in:
i's.)

22. Spanish for good-bve --
leoiters transposed.
2=1. Righlt 1from the htog's lha('
25. A fence buster (pl).
25. Kicks.
29. A little manm, rather f'at.
32. The moon; the eye.
:4. The eg,,gs of a fish.
3'7. A nlechquiece (1)1). We 11
them in pllaid~s and stni
imiportedi and domestic.
40. Came in which a net is u.
42. American Travelers' A
ciation (ab).
4:1. Freshmen mmust xvear the
45 . A itolecular unit.

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,Not large.
Txveity-?otii'bottles.
A metIal lie, runner that
te;ns oil the shoe (PI).

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rved PR
any 9
two IN
k.
'ave
1)05,5
lied.
i;t.
our

AC), saulltSte. ma rie.

:r{}. NvI'dol0't1have 0110 oil
53.l A('co-ed', narne.

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