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PAGE EIGHT

TFIE MICHIGAN DAILY

FA~~ IGT HE ICIGN AIL ____WEDNEISDAY, JA.NU ARY 14, 1 2)

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice t all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th Pvesident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdayl
Volume 5 W'lEI)MAY, JANUARY 14, 1925 Nuiibelwr S
To the Deans:
There will be a conferenlce of the Deans on Wednesday, January 14, at
10 o'clock in the President's offlce.
To Ali. Engineers:
Flitins on the testing of guns at Aberdeen will be shown ii the N. S.
Auditorium, Wednesday, Jan. 14, at 7:30 P. M. Prof. A. H. White will speak
on the subject, "Public Ownership, or The Control of Monopolistic Enter-
prises."This is an open meeting of the A. S. Do. E. and everybody is invited.
0. 11'. Reed, Ca irnmnu.
Graduate Stud lits in Edueation:
The next mneeting of the educational conference of graduate studnts in
Education will be held Wednesday, January 14th, at 7 p. in, in the offices of
the School of .Education, Tappan Hll.
All members of the staff and graduate students ar exorted to be
present. Clifford Woody.
t nivergity Women-House Presidents:.
All signing-out slips for the month of December mst lbe brought to the
office or the Dean of Women Immediately.
Jean IH-111101, IPean o of 1neite.
Presidents of Organzations:
All organizations must have their pictures for the 1925 MICHIGAN-
]NNSTAN tken durng't be imnth of January. There will be no extension of
time. Vt. 1X. Phelps, Jr., Organizations Manager.
The Buildin andl Grounds Department desires to call attention of
Faculty students 4ud employees to unrestrictedl parking places as follows:
At South U'nersty avenue, north of the 'Teachers' Training School.
At the corner of Wasitenaw avenue and Volland street.
Parking at rear a£ Clonerts Library prohibited.
y. . C. Pardon, Superint edet.
There wilt be a meeting of the University Committee on Diploma cools
at tie President's ofce ou Thursday, January 15th, at 2 P. M.
J. 1. B dlonso, Secreary.
F'eslluen Engieering Cas:
Thle regular weekly assombly wil be feld Wenecay, January 14, at
11:00 in room 348. Engileering Building. Professor William Frayer will
talk to thts class. (Sgned) J. ('. Bier, Mentor.
Organ BMWtn:
The* following program -hCh is complimntary to he public will be
givri !A ull A~didtoriun Wednsday afternoon, January 14, at 4:15S o'clock
by Mr, Pailzer' Christloin, University Organist:
Allegro con fuoceo. (Delleck) ; Evening Song (lairstow) ; Marche
Cbainpetre (Doex); -Choral and I_'gu0t (Sonata V) (Guilmant); The Bells of
St. Atiho 17fl eantpre ,(tusel); Scherzio (Dickinson); To the Evening Star
and _>! rch (Tannhausaer (Waner).
Char iles i. Sinik Secretary.
- rfhere will be a meeting of the J-H-op conmmttee at 5" o'clock this after-
noo0n, ;in room 302 of the Unionr.
Charles G. Oknan, Ch i main.
Rhetoric 168:
The attention of Seniors and Graduate students is called to the omnis-
,ion from; the, Lftera: y- Announcement, of Corse 1 6 in lRhetoric. [he
course is offered for the seeond semester, and the announcement of it :hould
read as follows:-
4108 Prose Fiction. 2. hours credit. Sec. 1, Tu. Th. at 9; Se. I, T. 'Tb.
at 10. Roomn 3227'L. Bi.Professor Scott. Studiesin the structure and fuc-
tion-cof the leading types of prose fiction, including the short story. Open
only, to graduate students and to seniors who have permission."
1 lai -teservlfst
'Everyonb interested in the Navy or the Naal Reserve is Urged to attend
thte meeting of the Uiniversity Unit at 7:30 Wednesday vening, .an. 14th,
in theIt. . T, C. 'Drili al
AnInteresting illustrated lecture by Prof. Hobbs will follow the meeting
in Room 219 Natural Science Building at 8:30 P. Al.

('erer(le l'ra-lticaiS
The flrst 1l10t113e of the Ceorcleo ran-al s lecture series will bie given in
203 Ta ppan NIall1 at 4:10 o'clock Th ursday. The sub)ject will be "Tl'ie
1'yarelw'es"' miiiNvill be pn-seznted by P rof. Clavel in French. All mnembers
;,,n a ssocial od memblers arie urged to be p~resent.
II Robert V. F inney, D)irect or.
Thec (omedy Club will present, the fi rst antlhorizod lproduiction inl Atuor-
Ica of (George Bet-n ard shiaw' s "The Adiniira ble Nashville'' thiis evein n;inl
Sarah Caswell Angell h~all at 8i:"N oclockh.
Meeting of the "Ilala otwQill,"' tonighit at 7:20( in I toom 204. South Whiig.
I i'. 'uciedlad I96 i :pal ics
l ae,-oc iecld(Ili-pa nh-a will imeat in Poonm 320 [a!nion \ ednesday ight.
at 7 :15. Ent ertainment 0of1vin unusual naturiie will lie presenlted i m uia
pro gram biy Mrs. Dunning. M1arstaill It. Lev y.
Vl(-iest y of' 31 ich iga n I in it ii
lRegula r rehiea rsal Ionight at 7 o'clock at thle lbanld headqulariters. All
inettibcrs are eseicl. urged to be piresent, at this tinte.
A a't i1. mit ~h, c :ta det lgr.
Alt#!. Epsilon lIN:
'i'h ore will be aiiwct i: i., 'fhturs da y,Jzmn. 15,-1 925, in Boom 304 A\lichig an
Union at 7:39:lo idoc(-h All : i 'tii; 5 111must, lie Pres ent at this time as there
issoi S i l )poi't8 t:tLily-' c;,.tito'L t 5;! flsOctOl.
Arthur It. Smi,,lwarian.

SATAite will speak~ on labior unions and an organization will be eifec ted lto
bringeipromninent speakers here, and for the liberal dliscussion of present
1;: ty !ccial problems. unuer the name of the hound Table Club.
D)oug'las C'leplume, Chairmtan.
i'lli S igma:
! The regulari monthly mteeting will be held in Room Z 242 N. S. at 7:310
P.M1 ., Wericnorday, Jan. 14. The report of the National Convention will he
given andl Professor Blunting wvillI speak on "Diet in Rtelation to D~ecay of the
Teeth." K. C. hurter, (Cr. Secretary.
P'tibliseSpeahin Iaug31l
A\Ir. ("rocker's and Mr. llrandit's classes in Public Speaking 31 will meet

Pyrenees" in room 203, Ta1ppn
hall.
4 :30-S. C. A. C'abinaet uteets in Lime
hall.
7:30--('lristiait Science Society ineets,
at Lane hall.°

Joseph. Conrad, who wvas
Poland, was past midd~le
hie dliscovered his gift for

a native of
age biefore
writting.

toda,

9 'Tyon("sP ' 2l I a i l 1) ' I hu isda y mt('id riay a ft ernoons 1fro1l.1
1:01) toG (0 in N;. ;lvI il ,10111tol' 1111. ('ooze Preliared to give a road- C
i11z;" i if'.Nllie Iillc enhoU IQ, Pres .i;:.}tU
i - - - - - - -a t
"ri scott ( 'ltit)J i 3e la n g 7 :;t
Tim t11i nthly 1aieoti nt u heI'esefI(uh will he fheld 'I'hiur'day ('ve- u
ning. January T15, ,< t.7:'1it) i., 303 ?('ii ''uilistry llu1ibhiiw. Mr - . 1J. 'Yrault . p
I U'seu' -h ('belta i i : i,. I ,,,('o., 1 Xittle (re.:, ill lie the prinicipal 1:3
spleakler. C. C. (.>lol er, Sccretary. C
There vwill he io 101iig0of LiSo(Aid ltI spani( a1in Room 3201)1inthe
Alich Iigan I T rion tors iht. zt 7.:),0.,alt:i a t tioe arran gemlents will be made - 7 : 0
f le io 0 i i ipi('h0!r. .ll inlbe; stl)Ow 1 e Itheir due's pa i lp helor~e
the ( date of the pic lure. L. Walle1 1 ioffluia II. ! 7 :30-
i Pi1 1 *i:hxa 'lwf vi'II v bi l ai l an inulpoi'tantt ltsitiess ItIeCtiiv ; at 7:30 1111
EO'clock tonigh~tin the lihrl'Y' of Martha Cook. 7 :30-
Presideut31Muriel Fox. ha
j ' I'A l S u e t 1tr s : rt l o ci, I O " mMh w ill h ae l e t i ol a, ,_ itl S tt e lts h1,ci'(rvst o iliii so cial anu i l bo r'
iniobl eni:s I enigt 7 n P-R )1 i ~12 (oil the 'licrl , :n ii 'nien a7I. 7:11). '1ofe _,or LPAT
ME 90 N 19, aM m M ARi no M Ua M EWEE®M 11NGi!a
tNestor Johnson Skate
Closing them out at reduced
Only a few pair left
UNIX
Upholstery I A ST
Fabrics

ty at 7:00) in Lane hall.J
--------- ----- -- - --- j 8:0-Coinedy club presents "The A d- ! J
i mirable B3asliville" at the Sarah (>5s-
well Angell hall.!
Joices to appear in, this column mus
e eft in tihe box at the D~ly offie ITUSA
rt'ided for that purpose hefore a II~tIA
Occ preccding the day of issue : 1 ~lSt ~11itCO ll-
-------- mu Schools meets at President's of-
11EI)NE SD)AY flee.J
W1 - (2nfrenefe of the lc -in : 10-Cerele Frucals lecture, "The -
esiden t's oficje.
l9 - Prof. W. bra yer slieahis to(-
osh Engineers in Room 3 t M En-l
neering Bldg.
1-6 :t11Y-.-'pen house at Harrids
t--fni r ; Ilok hwriters iets inI.
(jg Or pu rentl Iby 31r. ( hi'ist ia i
1[Hill audlitoriuii.t
--4-ILop c(('lkmnit tee inicts inl room 'HE Insurance C
121, union. ?IAmerica has a numiE
}__I? ;iiti~ielicu-( Stnidcnit lul, oganzaiontht ofe
305 I. Liberty St.oraitonhtofet
E--Idtucatltinah c-on kre~nnft rrttid- terestingand remunerati
aiviin inl] ,.uato n al As the Oldest America
lnrus practic~e in Lane hall. Insurance Compan~y, the
---lmScejedad II i-pi~iai eets in
3oi 21, Union. of North America~ has
----eliiisyl vaniaii clnbinsI ets il closest contact with A
)rl205, 'Mason hall. and industrial activitie
D-itonzmd 1able (e ls nicetys in
001) 302, Union.- Its organization and sc
-I'Fils 01 en01 gf ii s at Ab. -world-wide.
'decoi in Natural Science0 aud(itori-
111. Inquiries ar
-11'04t4' Ilclb mieets in lHarrisj
ill. INSURANCE C
-D I3 ohay (ctoeitloii a-t Old NORTH A
lasonic temple. 3rIW
11RONtIZE DAILY ADaVERTISE S !Philade
price Special f
K STORE, We
One 'Thousand Pai
L O DGE lIImported Fr
iagelent 'Half I
BYT-IEI
LARGE 75c, $1.00, an
E ROOMS
Sunday Dinnerj
I $1.50 and
M B NT S ~$2.50, $.00 at
MANDOLINS$1
ALAS
GUITARS 8
ITARS> GET YOUR SF

easy to learn and afford
zin return for minimum
CTO PAY CASH
inued Styles at 4~ I K J
sCount South Stale St.
14 Extra Trousers Sale on Suits
PHONE 1799

CA1LL FOIL INFORMIAL
SIN AP-SHOTS 01F WOMEN
A call has been sent out by the
M ichiganetisian for informal ko-
dak pictures showing the ac-
tivities of women on the campus,
particularly athletics. They
should lie brought to the Mich-
iganensian office as soon as pos-
sible. Any expenses incurred
will be met with.,

MMMMMMMOIN

Pportunities

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,ompany of North
ber of openings in its
opportunities for in-
yve careers.
,n Fire and. Marine
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enjoyed 132 years of
mericati commercial
and development.
:ope of influence are
re invited
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That will make the old fur-
niture look like new. Tap-
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Mohairs, eic., in pleasing;

designs and colorings are
display at our store.

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P. B. Harding .vvac,. MEAL.
218 East H uron St. Phone Reservations for
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Mninute a day
in ' your owni
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Scalp Massage means an abundance Of
new hair and the glass and luster that
come with perfect hair health. Ask us
aort 'the 90.day treatment plan. We
sell it under mone'y-back suarantee.
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No other instruments are so
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effoi t and expense.

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it Depeab~aile Stores--3
324 South State St,
Corner E. and S. University Ayes.
Corner State aind Packard

A few Disconti
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at William St.

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