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THE MICHIGAN DAILY~

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN'
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received b) the Assistant to the Provid~ent until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.
Volume ll SUND~AY, MAY 10, 1924 Ntmber 163
To the mnembers of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held in the
President's office Monday, May 11, at 4:15 P. M.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
UniversityWoe-oe esdih:
Signipg-out slips for the month of April are due immediately in the
Office of the Dean of Women.
Jean iHamillton, Deani of Women.
Treasurers of Student Organizations:
Your attention is called to a ruling of the Regents requiring the Treas-
urers of 41ll┬░Student Organizations (social fraternities excepted) to submit
their accounts to the Auditor of Student Organizations for an annual audit.
Arrangemnents have been made to hava this work, formerly handled by
Registrar Hall, taken care of this year by Mr. D. W. Springer, University
Auditor.
-1Treasurers of all student organizations are requested to Call at Room
2, University Hall, some time May 11, 12, or 13 to arrange a time for pre-
senting their accounts to Mr. Springer.
J. A. Bursley, Dean of Students.
Suinmmer .Wor~k for MIen Students:
Men'students are invited to attend the showing of three reels of moving
pictures produced by the "Near-Ever" Aluminum Co. showing the various
J. ctory processes and the sales methods employed by successful college
mien 'during summer vacation work. There is no charge made for seeing
these instructive films which will be shown by a representative direct from
the factory on Monday evening, in Lane H-all at 8:00 P. M.
- J. A. Bursley.
Conmtittee on Beorganiization of the Registrar's Office:
The Committee on the Reorganization of the Registrar's Office is re-
quested to meet in this offlice on Tuesday, May 12th, at 4 P. M..
John B. Effinger.
FUiversity Senate:
The fourth regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1024-
1925 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday, May
18, at eight o'clock.
Order of Business:-{
1. Annual Report of the Board in Control of Student Publications. I
2. Election of Secretary.
John 1V. Bradlshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
To all .Women Students:
The rule regarding closing hours t 11:30 P. M. on Friday andI Saturday
neights is still the same. No rule is changed'until it is p~assed at a joint
meeting of the Board of Directors and the Board of Representatives of the
Women's League. Margaret Dixon, President Women's League.
Freshman Pageant:
There will be a complete rehearsal of the Freshman Pageant, Monday,
May 11thi, at 4:30 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
JeanHaniton, Dean of Wonmen.
Application Blanks for University Seltolarsitips:
.Undesrgtaduate students of the College of Literature, Science and the
Arts wishing t- hccme candidates for a University Scholarship (value
$200) may obtain blank application forms at the, office of the Dean. These
blanks must ?)e flled oft 'and returned not later than May 15th. in order
to receive consideration. Further notice will be sent to each applicant.
Awards are based on scholarship and need. H. P. Thieme.
Ann Arbor Association:
International Exhibition of modern paintings, from the Carnegie Insti-j

tute of Pittsburgh, Alumni Memorial Hlall, afternoons 1:30-5:00, except
Sunday 2 :00-5: 00; 'Thursday evenings 7:30-9 :30: May 5th'to May 24th. Free
{to members, students of University, pup~ils of Schools.
Warren1P. Lombalnrd, 1President .
Public Speaking :31:
=Mr. Crocker's and my classes will meet in Imne Hall, T1uesday evening
at 7 o'clock. The following members of my classes will speak : Tolle,
Streeter, Worcester, Wood, Sabin, Rosenzweig, Roberts, Rapaport:, Pratt,
Koenig, Jaros, Ruslander. C'arl G. Brandt.
Senior )leelanca IEnuginecers:
1\Mr. IR. B. Ilosken, '1 0E, AssistantGeneral Sales Manager of the Sullivan
IMachinery Company, Chicago, Illinois, will be in Room 221, West Engineer-
-jiing Building on Monday May the 11th. Hie would life to interview all those
interested in positions with his company. 11. C. Anuderson.
Plant Inlspection, Shop 4:
One group of Shop 4 Students will go with Mr. Perkins to Detroit on
IMonday and meet at the office of the Cadillac Motor Car Company at 9:30
land at the Dodge Bros'. Plant at 2:00.
The second group will go Tuesday and meet at the East Engineering
I Building at 8:00 prompltly as enough automobiles will be' available for all.
, Each group will be the guest of the Cadillac Motor Car Company for lunch,
before going to the Dodge Plant. 0. 1V. Boston.
The dinner in honor of Major W. T. Carpenter. the retiring Commandant
of the Michigan R. 0. T. C. unit, wvill be given at the Union on Wednesday,
May 20, at six o'clock in the evening under the auspices of the University
Section of the Society of American Military Engineers.
Members of the Michigan faculty who served in any war of the U. S.,
members of the Army and Navy Club. and students who either hold com-
missions in the Military Forces of the U. S. or will receive their* commissions
during 1925, are invited to attend.
Those desiring to attend are requested to communicate with Arnold B.
Zimmer, 721 Monroe Street, Chair'man of the Arrangements Committee,
before May 16.
Full dress uniforms will be worn, if possible.
Joseph Seide, President, M~iichigan Section, S. A...1. E.
Seniors, School of Education:
There will be an important class meeting Wednesday, May 13, at 5

Research ('Jul.:
T1he M~ay meeting of the Research Club will he hel on Wednesday,
May 13th at 8 P. A1. in the Histological Laboratory of the Medical B~uilding.
IThe following papers will be presented:
"The Domain of Literary Theory'' by Professor C. E. Whitmnore.
"Plant or Animal Origin of Materials Composing; a Coral Reef"' by Pro-
;fessor J. B. Pollock.
The Council will meet at 7: O~ P. M.
T.It.h. IhlldebnIirii, Secret ary.
(Classical Jlouinal ('11n),:
j The Classical Journal Club meeting has been postpJonied onie week, to
<i Mlonday, May 18.* Jaques E. iDunlap, Secretary.

SUTNDAY, M AY 10, 12
Classifieds-CGout.

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Chicken
Hiaumburg
Sandwichles
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The next regular meeting -wNill h~e held at The Michigan Union Tuesday,
May 12th, at 6:00 P. M. Waldo Ki. Grciner. {edteW n d
S Patronizie Daily Adlverisers- it lays.-Adv. +ed te \V n d
SFor 10 Days-
ti 25 /r OF
BLAN KETS,BAN NE RS "lANDnuPE-NNANTS4
tiAH ' UNIVERSITY
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o'clock in Room 203 Tappan H-all. Among
class memorial.

other things to he discussed is the
W. HI. Strong, President.

Classifieds-Cont.

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ATTENTION STUDENTS
Why not drive home, at
prices it will be cheaper than
road fare.
CADITLLAC $?5.00) CASH
Mlotor in ex;;ellent condition,
curtains, etc.
PAIGE COUPE, $300.0
Motor fine. newlyv nminsAd.

these
rail-
liew"

good.------" '"~
I PAIGE COUPE, $55.00
i5-passenger, special body, "Big 6",
and tires like new.
OVERLAND TOUR1ING, $100.00
Mtrvery good, tires and paint
1 MAXWELL T1OUBINO, $75.00
Here is a wond~erful buy.I

SPRING GAMES
OR NO SPRING
GAMES-
Johni keepus servinbg the same
up-to-date meial s for whichi he
in Amn Arbor has establhishied
Is rep utautioni.
Good Eats
Cafeteria
609 East William St.'

THIRD OF SERIES OF
Three Days Sp cidi Ils
MONATUESDAY AND, WEDNESDAY
May 11th, 12th, 13th

Flannel Trousers and Belts
Our entire stock of flannel Trousers and Belts
will be on Sale
FLANNELS

REO TOURING, $150.04)
Motor exceptionally good, thx
now cords.
F"ORD) COUPE, $125.00
Th'is is a new car at a saving
$150.00. Look this over.
WOOLTOLI{ MOTORS
520 E. Washington St.

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$ 9.00
9.50
10.00

Flannels
Flannels,
Flannels

$7.00
7.25
7.75

12.00
14.00

Flannels
Flannels

9.25
11.00

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Two Layers of Banana
- Oae of Fresh Strawberry-
in our S pecial This Week
Dial 4101
ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.
HOME OF PURE MILK
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"KEEP SMILING"
Just as long as we do your
cleaning and pressing you
will have a smile on your
face.

Gres,

COLORS
Oatmeal and White
Plain and Fancy

All The Late Models
are the Colors in
Stripes

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Quick Service

Good Work

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328 South
Phone

Main St.
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WHY WAIT
until next fall? House managers, now is the
time for you to decide who is -going to' do
your laundry work for you next year. Our
plant is open to your inspection at any time.
We invite comparison.
KYER LAUNDRY
627 South Main Street
Insist on Kyer Scrvice

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W'henever and
Wherever
You Travel
OR
insure your baggage. If it is
lost, stolen or damaged while in
transit or at hotels, time invest-
nment mepresented in its contents
is still safe.
There is no red tape attached
to taking out North America
Tourist Baggage Insurance. It
is as easy to obtain as a railroad
ticket. We are ready to give you
instant attention.
BUTLER
Insurance
209 First Natl. Bank Bldg.

All $2.50 and $3.00 Belts
All $2.00 Belts """......
All $1.50 Belts ........
All $1.25 Belts"""""
All $1.00 Belts . .......

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$1.45
1.35
1;15
1.00
.75

This includes all leathers, all shades and
also the Sport SILK Belts.

No Goods

Charged

No Exchanges

No Refunds

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Stocks

Watch for the Next One-It's Due Thursday,
Friday and Saturday

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