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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
WvOM'!AN BOSSES WYOMING _ 'CNAM EH
_- _ _ RANGE

1TO ENTERTAIN 'K:
CLUBSR TUFSlAY'

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tc, all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the ,s~zident until
0p. mn. 01,30 a. mn. Saturday.
Vol nae 6 SATUR'DAY, .JAAlY T10, 19'.214 uer r 7l
To the Meniber% of the Faculty:
Thils is to inform you that the Dictaphone Station formerly located in
ooi 102 Mason fll is now located in Room 101 South Wing---the roomi
oftierly occupied by the Treasurer's Office.
11. Whitchurch, Head of the -Dictaphone Statioma
L'nij sily oft Miichigan Band:
F4rmnation tonight at 7:30 at the Yost Field --ouse to play for the
I rthwestern basket ball game. Seats have been reserved on the west side
of tie court and a full turnout is rcquested. Full dress uniforms without
capes will be in order.
Arthur 31. Smnith.
Men's Educational Clubi:
]Men's E~ducational Club will hold its regular meeting on M1onday eve-
ning, January 12, at 7:15 o'clock, in Room 304, Michigan Union. 1 Ir. Clifford
Woody, will speak on "Opportunities for the Trained Man inl Education," to
be followed by a general discussion and social hour. All University imel
inlterested in Education are inv'ited to attend.
Wallace F. Watt, 1Presidentl.
Freshman Lecture:
,Thre third freshman lecture in hygiene for men, will be given in Wator-
man Gymnasium on Thursday and F'riday, January 15 and 16, at 3, 4, and 5
P. M. Uco. 't. May.
Military Ball Conunittee s
There will be a meeting of the Military Ball Commrittee in Room ;(t
at the Michigan Union Sunday, January 11, 3:00 I'. M.
31110 0llpiant, VChairmain.

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club wvill mneet at 12:15 o'clock next%
Officer,; and (leletgatcs from C range 'Tuesdaty at the haunz ted Ta Cverni, 417
clubs all over NWashtenaw county wvilyEast Huron street for luncheonm. I
is' luncheon guests of thet Chamber servatilons may be made by cl u
of Commerce next'Tuesday noon. C race Rash, 2845-\V, not, later tIm ii
TIhe, meetina'Tuesday will be the oc- Monday noon.

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cagion of she electioni and installa-
tion of new officers in the various
C range clubs, and it is exp~ected thiat
mere thani 50 delegates will accept the
nvitation )f the Chamber. State of-
fieers of the Grange will also bel
p, wsent.
E.1;7. F.Nllls will speak in behalf of
the Chamber of Commerce and a

-walm, representing
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the Grangers

"'Business as nsuai'' is the sign hangin~g out at the Wyoming state house, where Mrs. Nellie T[. 1Ross,
f1ir5 L oian .govcrne(r in Se -e cdiii ry' hishn01', fnow presides. Mrs. Ross, smairtly hatted and~ gownledl is seen
signing t he oath of office a=; governor. INO to1)1 . ip. .1 udge Samuiel Taylo xor Safil Antoiiio Trex", her, rotller,
Cearage T. Ross, sonl: CGovernor R os;:? INA or" e Tuiyloe, lier sister-n-law;v \William 13. Ross, son ; and Chicft
J1ustic C. N. P~ottr, who iadiviister the lbmodli.
(hiago where lhe will attendl the , ference which wvas held in Wa-shington!
ele0venth aizuai (onference of the as- (lduring the Christmas vacation, at
MIC IG L. T MELING cii o m ercanclge thc wihim temaeracademic=
p MrIIN a reeom nd lWdniteteurewas
1)ea J 111 It LIAD 'O:(ift b'iiacad8(em~ic tenure of this associa- I reec d t he W\an t Ads
itry colleg;e lON 'l'inr~~a',1whlheto:tion w-ill report the results ofa con.--

DANGCING
' TONIGHT
From 9--12
And every Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday Nights
Music by BILL WATKINS AND
HIS GRALNGER EIGHT
fGANESMADENIY

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to kappear In this co~uitit-iust
he left in' thte box~ at the Do-l~y oftioc
pravided for toaf purport before 4
o'cIoc!4 preceeding the di~y of issue~

PROSPECTIVE OPERA 8B11K
j WRITERS MEET SHUTER

SATURDAYSuet interested in writing books
~ a.ni.311.Wet deatetryutsfor the 1326 Union Opera were given
held in room 302, Mason hail. a! potnt orcieai mfr
1:{10 --J-Hop cojmmjittoe, meets, room Illation whinch they dlesired yesterday
3 '~,Union. Mtroo nAimnes tlieati'ewhens F,
7 :30 .-tirtltiiw e t basketbatlI gamel 'Mortimer Shuiter, director of M1liuos,
ini field house. I dramatics, conferred with e: ch inati
tla :J,---DeiVrIf hopper opera at Whltt-
n~~y theater. individually in his office, peIrd
l3etwen 15 sand 20 1)(1men twkre
all? of then( planning to sulbiitiit boolis.
S1) >! 'The reiiuireineltits of tihe books sttub-
if)3 11' yiurg ppoMpleq' t1assg sngs at initted. are that they should cc lUliU
by-t er4n ,nchurch., at conipfete scenario of the pllay andl
12. fjl , i -cussion, . lasses nice, t two sentes fully developed ini (ia-.
}' 5b~ t rtan church. loges'. one a comedy scene anid oie a
;fly 1' ovier Sun dny #sool at I're4- * serious scene.'This. according to Mr'.
A)} te inn ohulreli. {Shu1t or, is to give those who rcadt the'
a llt Soeitl D lour at Presjytel~rin!imanuscr'ipts an idea of the author'si
cAtirch. _.a bility in dialogue, as there arts many
C13%--Yotting People meet' at 'rreslby. w ritetyrs who, while they czn conceive
tdrlan church, a good plot, are ilitable to write coni
_____________________I ing dialogues.
All inianuscripta arc idu, Satt iday.
ehez S eaks Jalitiary .17, and are to be brougtht to
- . . 1 I M. Shter':s ollice in the itt hues I hca-
''",'C, '-' a ter. M.i. Shuter is leaving Ann .,rhor1
todiay for' a short trip Eatst, butl lie
Fi df i i , Sanclhe'A, of lie romance w 'ill return before that date0. Thme
hliguages (lepartinieflt. spoke Tbubs- books will be judtgedl by a coin;ittee
flay ; night at Tappan" hAIll on "Pio. compiosed of the officers of itrles and
1EarV,.a"gi ring the s amid lecture 5tevtral faculty members.

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Handy Desk Calendars, Diaries,
Blank Books, Etc1., Etc.
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at Ann Arbor Churches

w)I the course . or t i u@i aunUU tne. t
a nII"ees of -La "Sociedall " hispanica.
iNJr..-S~t Iih16 gave a discussion' of the!
t(Ne en 1. )ool's of- the author, and
i cad se'ural extra(gts from leis works.
-01'orulio del Toro, of the romance'
Th n u.gcs., (l('1aitx t; t, wil2 lhe 'tlhe
iicxt' lpeturper on the otirse, speaking
Thsd ty, Janz. 22, on "The Laist Days
oi 'p ninAirc.

Mlexico City, Jan. 9--Ti eia
governmncnt is to devote $42,000,0l0
lb is year to piayncnt of interest on
it3 for'eign debt.

F eut(.ii o)'i ci a I
108115 xxwilraise
10.

--is iS 1U-v Ilit~t ;;lt. i
Circles thai.t the GJer-
thle tariff barriers Jan.

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111p a)1(1 sermiion. IMri.
t ('br:s' ' (i1
Dr1. Waterumland11[1
iii i,'t'eac'her's.

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(Disciples)

TRINUTV INtiLISII
LUTHEIRAN CHIURCHI

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lFihthi Ave. and Willain St.
R1ev. L. 11. U I ' I) ERM AN, Pastor

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KE-NNI-;t'l B. iiOIVE , 3lisljr'
M:111 t iipts - (.1'1£'. T pc
i'<':rt) tn Ettt.: T'tplc,'

0:85 St dent Soial
'aiii hll, as
tonl street.
6i:30 -Stud~ent Forum.

, :3 -t1Sunray School.
to : 3( 'i-cchuin1g service.
by the Pastor.

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FIRST CHURCHI OF CHRIST
SCIENTIST
400 South Division St.
10:30 A. M.---Regular morning ser-
vice; topic, "Sacramnt."
11:45 A. M.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
Testimonial meeting Wednesday
evening, 7:30.
The Reading room 608 First Na-M
tional Bank building, is open daily
from 12 to 5 o'clock, except Sun-i
days and legal holidaysI

Hour at
Washinig-

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(AN iLH1,11 'ION.t~ 01 AL (iss;r1J1(CIl

ITSA DUNKIRK
Thc: well dressed: man is always particular :
about hi. personal appearance, for he realizes
diat in this wcay lhe can showv best whiat goo0(
taste hie posssse. The one particular item
w riche he must'uach most caref ull is his hat,
We 'are offering at this time the very latest ini
hats-made of the best of materials and high-
est quality, worlemanship. Among the many
featlures' are the curled brim, of ten called the
B~aloon Brim, and sille bound edges.
- These hats are priced reasonably at_
$5.50--$7.50

'. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CH URCH
ij--oiiSynod)
Tlhird will W t ba eron Strelets
CARL A. 111AUFII, Pastor
!}:3o -Sermon, 0German8 I.
M: 80---SIudent Bible C'latis.
11 : (t) Sermzon , 14ng1lish). Subject:
"'I'lle Spread~ing of Zion
A moagsl Ole Gentiles."
O: 81-StutdeottYoung ipeople imept
at. parsonage for skating
pa 1tY.
0:3 3) 7 :2,O -- Supper andl discus-
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Huron at D~ivision
RED'. iERLIII. ANDJERISON, I. 1linlter.
LEWIS C. h1EDIlANN 1, Fie'y Men Student-s
MRS. '_ELLIE B. t'AI)ELL,, Spv W omen Student';h.
it):45--Morning worship."I Ake Tolile'.1IsIt C i4'ible'I~1s It lhIa ,,'l'
First 11 iii c"lCof ''crilnoils lihV i'ctiuo,"

5:811 -i od t(1 1 It'2-i'artl Iton lc I(11r.

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6:15 "oll Mill will F;p ,Ik (IT) 11h; work ill
1' , [ "-Iic! to 11.1:> 1l;St! (4 mo ioil pictures.

5 :30-- Social Hour. All YOUng9 people invutedt.

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CHiURCHi

S!,11111 I 11110.t!-...et

f'WIslinigtoni St., 11141 Vfil hA rP.
L. C. STEMLIIOIN, Pastor
I. ; ioo A. M.-Bible study hour.

COR1tNER-2CATHEIlNE' and DIIVISIO)N S'II"TREE
HENRY LE WIS, Rector.
RACHIEL IIAYLATN), Secretary for' Ktndeiut Aork.

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