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PA I EXGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRDAV, MAY 1, 1923

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all nembers of
the University. Copy received b the Assistent to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdiap
Volume i>FRIDAY, MAY 1, 192i Number 15

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To Members of the Faculties:
It has been pointed out that classes are not infrequently held beyond
the hour. There would be less difficulty in assembling classes on time if all
professors and instructors would dismiss their classes promptly, leaving the
students sufficient time to reach their next classrooms. Cooperation in this
matte is requested. A.-X. Lloyd.
Smoking In University Buildings:
The attention of all concerned is called to the fact that rules of the
Regents, based on regulations of fire insurance companies, specifically pro-
hibit smoking in University buildings except private offices or laboratories
and assigned smoking rooms. The rule is of particular importance in the
case of inflammable buildings like old University Hall, and its wings, the
Museum, the Law Building, and others. The rule is posted in all buildings.
The cooperation of all, both Faculty and students, is asked toward the strict
and literal enforcerent of this rule. The rule covers bringing into or cary-
ing through hallways, any lighted cigars, pipes, or cigarettes.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
Committee on Reorganization of Regisras Office:
Members of the Committee are asked to meet at 4 o'clock Friday after-
noon, May 1st, in the Dean's office, for a conference with Mr. Ira M. Smith,
Assistant Examiner of the University of Chicago.
John R. Efinger.
University Women-llouse Presidents:
Signing-out slips for the month of April are due in the Office of the
Dean of Women and should be brought in before May 10th.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Mathematics, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff on Friday, May 1, at
4:00 P. M. in Room 3201 Angell Hall. Joseph L. Markley.
Field Trip in Glacial Geology:
The class will assemble at the Natural Science Building at 8 A. M. Sat-
urday, May 2, for trip by motor truck into the district west of Ann Arbor.
An outline for trip will be supplied. The class should assemble even if
,weather seems unfavorable for the trip.
Frank Leeret.
Field Trip In Sociology:
A trip will be made to Lapeer to visit training school on Saturday. A
bus will leave the Union at 7 A. M. The round trip fare will be somewhat
less than $4, if thirty go. Will return about 4 P. M. Others outside the
Sociology Department who are interested in going will be welcome.
A. E. Wood.
Psychology106and 110:
- A midsemester make-up examination will be held in Room 480 Natural
Science Building at 1 o'clock on Friday, May 1. Adelbert Ford.
Telephone Lectures:
Mr. F. L. Snyder, Transmission Engineer for the Michigan Bell Tele-
phone Company will give the fourth 6f his lectures on problems of telephone
transmission in Room 248 West Engineering Building today (May 1). In
this talk he will discuss the problems of inductive interference, on which
be has done considerable work.. All interested are invited to attend.
W. L. Everitt.
Central League Debate Try-Outs:
Try-outs for the Intercollegiate Debating Class will be held at nine
o'clock Saturday morning, May ,16th, in Room 302 Mason Hall. All under-
graduate men students who will be eligible to participate in campus activi-
ties during the first semester of next year may compete for admission to
this class. Approximately fifteen men will be selected from which the two
University debating teams will be chosen to represent the University in
the Central League debates. The try-outs will consist of a five minute
speech on either side of the following question:
"Resolved That the proposed Child-Labor Amendment to the,
National Constitution should be adopted by the United States."
All stulents intending to try out for this work should communicate with
the undersgned. G. E. Densmore.
Michigan-OhIo Debate Try-Outs:
Try-outs for the Intercollegiate Debating Class will be held at two
o'clock on Saturday afternoon, May 16th, in Room 302 Mason Hall. All
undergraduate women students who will be eligible to participate in campus
activities during the first semester of next year may compete for admission
to this class. Approximately fifteen women will be selected from which two
University debating teams will be chosen to represent the University in the
Michigan-Ohio League debates. The try-outs will consist of a five minute
speech on either side of the following question:
"Resolved, That the proposed Child-Labor Amendment to the
National Constitution should be adopted by the United States."
All students intending to try out for this work should communicate
with the undersigned. G. E. Densmore.
University Club of Ann Arbor:
The annual meeting and election of officers for the ensuing year will be
held in the club rooms on Friday evening, May 1, at 8:30. A musical pro-
gram'will also be given. Warren P. Lombard, President.
Poloitla Literary Circle:
Polonia Literary Circle will hold its regular meeting tonight, at 7:30 in
Lane Hall. All members are requested to be present.
J. W. Klimek, Vice-Pres.

R. 0. T. C., Reserve Officers, and U. of X. Rifle and Pistol Club.
Members of the R. O. T. C. and Students of the University interested in
Rifle practice may fire the prescribed qualification courses by reporting at.
the R. 0. T. C. Drill Hall for transportation to the rifle range Fridays at
1:00 P. M. and Saturdays at 8:30 A. M. The R. O. T. C. will furnish Star
Guage rifles and match ammunition.I
Reserve officers may qualify at the same time; those interested are
invited to attend. Wn. T. Carpenter.
Cosmopolitan Club:
Professor J. R. Hayden speaks on "Democracy in the Orient" before
the Club on Saturday, May 2, at 8 P. M. in Lane Hall Auditorium, instead
of on Friday, May 1, as previously announced. The public is invited. An
informal social hour and reception of new members will occur immediately
following the lecture. Rensis Likert, President.
Adelphl:
The Annual Adelphi Banquet will be held Tuesday, May 5, at the Green
Tree Inn, 205 S. State St. at 7 P. M. Professor Thomas H. Reed will give
the address. The annual presentation of gavels and medals will be made.
All members are urged to attend; those who have not yet secured tickets
should make reservations by calling Fasquelle, phone 374, not later than
Saturday. Following the banquet nominations will be made for officers for
next semester. Richard Ford..
House Presidents:

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ANNO UNCEMENT
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EXTRAORDINAR V
JARE.N S

Together with several hundred more taken from our

regular

stocks

of New

Spring

Apparel will be offered to Ann Arbor women and misses at

Remarka ble

Price

Concessions

Two Sensationally
Low Priced Groups of
NEW
SPRI.NG
oCOATS
Choice at
.j9 75 $ i.75
-undreds of smart plain tailored or sport models,
handsomely lined and finished, also plain tailored
coats with velvet collars and the elaborate sport
models, affording a splendid selection. The sizes
range from 14 to 48.
Polo style coats in all the popular shades and
fabrics. For motoring and sports wear. These.
are a special purchase from two large coat manu-
facturers.
During this special selling event Jacobson has cut
the price of every coat. Jacobson Coats are the
last word in style. Jacobson Coats stay in style
longer, wear better and the tailoring outclasses
those coats usually shown by the average store.
This is the class of merchandise now offered to
you at reduced prices of from 1-4 to 1-3 off.

During the past few days buyers for the Jacobson Stores, Inc., have made several big
purchases on new Spring Coats and Dresses at great price concessions. Everything bought
is of the highest character and comes strictly up to the Jacobson standard. This gives
our patrons one of the largest assortments of apparel in Central Michigan to select from,
and at savings of from $10 to $25 on every garment offered
400 Street, Afternoon and Evening Dresses
Flannel Sport Dresses and Flannel Street Dresses

YOUR
$10 TO

PURCHASE NOW MEANS A
$25-NEWEST STYLES-NEW

STRAIGHT SAVING OF FROM
COLORS-FINEST MATERIALS-

AL
Choice $14.

LL SIZE
75

5
and $19

.75

Suitable for Strect, Afternoon
and Evening Wear
Now priced so low that any woman or miss may have a
Jacobson dress at the price of so-called sale dresses.
Georgette, Flat CrepesCrepe de Chine, Printed Crepe and
Pussy Willow Crepe. Sizes 14 to 44. Choice of the
entire group.

Dresses
ENSEMBLE
SUITS
Save $10 to $5Q on Every
Garment. All Sizes from
14 to 48. Choice
$39-75
to
$98-50
Special Reduced Prices on
All Tailored Suits

$19.

75

$29.

75

- $39.50

To the Woman Who

Wears Size

s 44 to 52-
- $39.50

$19.

75

Yes, your size is included in this sale.

Special

End-of-the-

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Month Sale of Hats
A general clean-up of Hats.
Values up to $15, at
'emi-Dress hats and some dress

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