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MAGC, MOOfT

HEI MICI-IGAN DAILY

FTDAY,). IMAY S. l192;

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice tos all members of
the University. Copy received bi the Assistent to tho P-ovi'dent until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 A. im. SaturdayA

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WIIAIT'SG O ING ON
Notices tq. appear in this column moust
JL r ft il)Ithe box at the Da;'q office
ptrovded for 'nzit pu'pose before 4
u'clock oreceeding tnoe ddy of issue.

or' nmechanical and chemical engi-- :I::-C"oniiiitlee on "Internationial; imni Memnorial hail. WIIOMLEN 1 )R.IR !' 0
neers who are interestedl in posi- House,," meets in room 302, Univer-x 2:00-C. 1111w and city lour for moth.
tions with these companies in room sity hall. ers leaves Lane hail. FOR STO E OR
327, xwest Enginering building. i :) WO-Universitly ionidn intereste~d 2 t - H' 11 La ne Speaks to Detroit,
l :00-2:0)- lgistratioit for annual in trying -out for tie intercolletriate┬░ Ann Arbor. and student members Of Mrs. A. S. Hobart has received re.
all-campus erections at booths on debating class meet in room 3209,; the American Society of Mechanical',qcuests from a Detroit department
the' campus. Angel] hail. Engineers, in Natural Science au- store for recommendations of grad-
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FIIA V, MAY 8, I92i

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Annual Phi Beth. Kappa Banqrut:
The annual Banquet of Alpha Chapter of Michigan Phi Beta Kappa will
take place at the Michigan Union Friday May 8, 1925, at 6:30 P. M. Pro-
fessor Edgar F. Carrit wil deliver the address. 'Members of Phi Beta Kappa,
whether of this or other chapters, are cordially invited, and reservations
may be made by writing to Professor H1. L. Caverly or telephoning to him
at 143M (University exchange). The banquet charge is $1.50. The initiates
from the Junior' and Senio'r Classes will be present as guests of the Chapter.
H. L. Caverly, Secretary.
To All Students and Members of the Faculty:
Two amendments to the Constitution of the Oratorical Association of
the University of Michigan are to be submitted to a vote by members 'of the
Oratorical Association at 8:00 o'clock, Friday, May 8, in University, Hall.
This vote will be taken immediately preceding the Atkinson Memorial Con-
test which will be held at the same place.
According to the Constitution all students and] faculty members of the
University of Michigan are 'm'.ibers'of the Oratorical Association. Amend-
ments to the Constitution can be made by a two-thirds vote of members
present at any general meeting of the Association.
Millard 11. Pryor, President.
Psychology 41 (Abnormal) :-
Do not bring blue-books to class Friday morning. The blue-books will
be supliledl by the instructor. ll40Wrd R. Mayerry.
Field Trip In Glacial Geology (GeologyV 128) :
The class will assemble at the Natural Science Building at. 8 A. M. Sat-
urday, May 9th, for field trip to study old lake beaches in Wayne County.
Brng maps of the Ann Arbor and Detroit Folios. Frank Leverett.
Educat ion-Make Up Examination:
Make up examinations in my three courses-Introduction to Secondary
Education, Junior High School, and the Curriculum-will be held Saturday
morning, May 9), from 8 to 9 o'clock in Roomn 10s, TappanHall.
C. 0. Davis.
Prospective French Teachers:
Juniors in the Literary and Education Schools or Graduate Students
working toward a "Departmental Recommendation to Teach French," given
by the Department of Romance Languages, for a year from now should
leave their names in 104, South Wing, before preparations for exams begin.
A. G. Cafield.
Senior Mechanical and Chenmicah Engineers:
A representative of the Union Carbide Company andl the National Carbon
Comp~any will be in Room 327, West Engineering Building on Friday, May
8th, from 10 A. M. to.4' P. M.' He wishes to interview those interested in
positions with these companies. 11. C. Anderson.
Senior Mechanical and Electrical Engineers:
Mr. L. I. Leighton and Mr. W. C. Leingang '23E, of the Detroit Branch
of The Electric Storage Battery Company, will ,be in Room 274 West En-
gineering Building from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M. Friday, May 8, for the purpose of
interviewing students who desire to enter the sales engineering field with
their company.' The location will be in the Detroit terrtory.
Josephi 1. Cannon.
Miebigan.Ohio Debate League Try-Out :
All University women that are interested in trying-out for the Intercol-
legiate Debating class should meet in Roomn 3209 Angell Hall at five o'clock,
l'riday, May 8th. At this time instructions will be given for trying out and
questions for next year's debate will be considered (G. E. Desmore.
Freshmnen Band:
Will all members of the Freshman Band, and all others that desire to
play in the band for the Spring Games, please meet in front of the Union
at 1 :45 P?. M. today. Bring your instruments. G. W. Pa-ker.
Foreign Student Council Luncheon:
There will bae-a. Foreign Student Council Luncheon at the Green Tree
Inn, Saturday, May 9th, at 12:00 Noon. Mr. Meng U. S. Secretary of the
Chinese Christian Association, will give an address. Reservations must Ibe
made with Mr. Herbert Lee, Phone 9437, before Friday evening.
AlbeI rt W. loehringer.
International House:
The ;Committee on "International House" will meet in my office, 302
xUniversity Hall, Friday afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock. J. A. C. llidner-.
A. .S. . F. 3enbers:'
Student members are invited to attend the luncheon Saturday noon, at
1 o'clock at the Union at which time about 150 Detroit members will be
present. Call Professor Boston for reservations.
A short meeting will be held afterwards at 2 o'clock in Natural Science
auditorium. Mr. Lane of Detroit will speak. . IW. Reed. Chairman.
Directs Bulgarian Affairs

FRIDA ' 1:'_4:0---L E. eightn an 11'.C, 6:0-Anual II11 eta.:appaban- ers0leaves leae leley 11ll1
9 :0-12 :00-Regisrjllfor 1111nal Leingang of the Electric Storage duet at the Union, 6:00--( osmnopolitani elnb banquet at
all-camnpus elections at booths on Battery company meet senior me- 8 :00-Amucendnkients to the coiist itin-; the Church of Christ.j
the campus. chanical andl electrical engineers tionm of the Oratorical association
10:030-12:00-C. 1?. Stone of time who are interestedl in positions with will be submitted to a. votein 7n Paris, May 7.-A lull is reported
Chain-Seat company meets seniorti opnyi1om27,ws n iversity hal. on the fighting front in Mtorocco,j
mechanical engineers who are in-' irn uldn, ;hr Riffian tribesmen are attempt-I
terested in positions with this coin-1 1: 0-4:OQ-uteIumlionm exhibition SATU'RIAY iug to secure a foothold in the French
parry, in room 221, west Engineer-; of modern paintings from the Car- 11 :411-Foreign tuldent council lun1ch, zone.
ing building. negie institute of Pittsbuxrgh, in Al- con at the Green Tree inn.
16 :0t4:0#I-A repjresenative of the! umyni Memorial hail. 11:30-a~:010-I uterial lonlal exhlrmitiou , Mrs.- Edwin 'Goddard will act as
Union Carbide company andl the Na- '1 :4.1---Freshmaln bandl meets in front of of modern paintings from tihe Car.- chairman of the Garden section of
tional Carbon company meets sen- the Union. negie institute of Pittslburgh, in Al- the Faculty Women's club with Mrs.
- I.. H. Newburgh as vice-chairman and
SFor 10 Da s READ TilE CLASSIFIED) ADS,
I'250/cOFF ji
kBLANKETS, BANNERS AND PENNANTS
XATDQUNIVER SITY 8
_______BOOKSTORE_8
SECOND OF SERIES OF
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SecialTree

I ating women who are interested in.
taking up department store workc
with the intention of going into the,
work as a profession. Several open-
ings are waiting to be filled and will
only be supplied when the women are
found who can qualify. Mrs. Hobart
who is in d(irect touch with every
*woman on the campus has been asked
to recommend women for the posi-
tions.
Paris. May 7.---Representatives of
German potash interests arrived yes-
St(crday to open negotiations for future
mnarketing arrangements.
READ 'T'E11: CASSIFIED AIIM,

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Day Sales
MAY 7th, 8th and 9th

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Any Colored Collar Attached Shirt in Our Stock $ 05
Originally Priced at $2.50,$3.00, $3.50 and $4.00.
Your Choice, $2.05.
Not Less Than Two Shirts to Any One Customer
Neckwear

Your Choice of Our Stock of
$2.00 Neckwear...
Your Choice of Our Stock of
$3x.50 Neckwear ..1. .

$1.25,

$1.50 and $15

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$2.50,

$3.00 and$,3

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This Sale Will Include the Resilio Neckwear
Not Less Than Three Ties to Any One Customer

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Thursday Morning and Ending Saturday Night
ABSOLUTELY NO GOODS CHIARGED

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Friday and Saturday and is
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which will be received

SOUTH STATE AT WILLIAM STREET

REASON

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LARGE STOCKS
WATCH FOR NEXT
THREE DAY SPECIAL SALE
Our First Sale on Knickers and Golf Hosiery
Was a Big Success. If you missed this one, don't

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of broken size lots.

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