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PAGE ETGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY THUR

,SD/AY, OCTOBER 8, 1

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication -in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p.in. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).

New Chilean Head

Volume VTI

THUVRSD)AY, OCTOBERI 8, 1925

Number 15

Rcward:
A reward of $100 will be paid by the University for information leading
to the arrest and conviction of any person stealing overcoats or other prop-
erty from University buildings.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
guilic Lectre:
President Clarence Cook Little will give an address on "The Moral Is-
sues of Education," in Natural Science Auditorium at 4:15 p m. today. This
is the first of a series of public lectures by. outstanding men of the country
given under the auspices of The School of Religion, in connection with a
seminar by Professor Kirsopp Lake on "The Moral Issues of Modern Life."
L. Waterman.
Dean's Advisory Committee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The first meeting of the year will be held Thursday, October 8th, at
4:10 P. M. in Room 1210 Angell Hall. Professor J. W. Glover has been
elected as a new member of the Committee; Professor W. J. Hussey has
been appointed to fill the vacancy existing at this time, and Dean Lloyd will
fill out the unexpired term of Professor Wenley.
John R. Effinger.
The duPont Fellowship in Chemistry:-
The,Department of Chemistry asks that notice be given that applica-
tions for this fellowship for 1925-26 will be received until Monday noon,
October 12. Blanks can be had at the office of the Graduate School. Ar'-
pointment will be made by October 15.
A. 11. Lloyd.
Women Students-Out-of-Town Games:
All women students, including those living at home, who expect to at-
tend out-of-town games, are required to register as early as possible in the
Office of the Dean of Women, and pay the fee for the traveling expenses of
the chaperones sent by the University. All women purchasing tickets on
the special trains must first show a registration slip from the Office of the
Dean of Women.
Any women student desiring to stay away over night must have her
hostess (whether a person or a sorority) write a letter direct to the Office
of the Dean of Women. This letter must be filed before 5:00 Thursday pre-
ceding the game.
Any woman student desiring to motor to any game must make special
arrangenients with the Office of the Dean of Women.
Jean Hamilton.
Sophomore Women:
Collections of the one dollar tax for the freshman spread are being
iade this week in all sophomore gymnasium classes.
Edwina logadone, Chairman.
Senior Eng'neers:
Assembly Thursday, October 8th, at 11 o'clock in Room 348. Election
of class officers. A. 0. Lee.
Students Enrolled in the School of Business Adminisiration:
There will be a meeting of all students enrolled in the School at 3:00
P. M. on Thursday, October 8, in Room 206, Tappan Hall.
Edmund E. Day.
Mail Held at Post Office:
Mail addressed to persons whose names appear below is on hand at
the Ann Arbor Postoffice and can be claimed by the owner at the General
Delivery window, Main Office, on or before October 17th.
HAVE YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS REGISTERED AT THE POST-
OFFICE.
Hartwig Adler Dr. C. E. McClung
P. M. Barr P. E. Mason
Fred D. Beers 'Louis Meltzer
Robert J. Brown - Mildred Nicholas
Fred M. Campbell IBuela North
Miss E, T. Chang Let Philbin
Jack Colman Edwood Powell
Rufus Dy Herbert J. Proper
Stirling H. Emerson Ed. B. Riedle
A. W. Fascue F. Rubendunst
Benjamin Friedman Edwin P. Russell
Edw. Hoedmaker Elizabeth Turner
C. R. Hofer Richard Sherwood
Ruby F. Howe Theodore Skinner
Owen V. Keller Clarence Stoll
Harold Lasser L. Stone
Bob Likly Gerald Swerdferger
A. C. Pak, P. 3L
College of Pharmacy Faculty lMeeting:
A short meeting will be held this afternoon at 4:10 in Room 212 Chem-
istry Bldg. C C. Glover, Secretary.
College of Pharmacy:
New students of the College of Pharmacy are requested to consult with
their faculty advisors as soon as possible concerning the result of the recent
mental tests. Advisors are: L. R. Wagener for first year students, Prof.
C. H. Stocking for second year students, Prof. C. C. Glover for third and
fourth year students.
C. C. Glover, Secretary.
S. C. A. Cabinet:

The cabinet of the S. C. A. will hold its regular meeting in Lane Hall,
Thursday, October 8th, at 5:30 P. M.
I. I. h orn berger, Secretary.
Cosmopolitan Club:
The first of the bi-weekly luncheons will be given on Saturday, October
10th, from 12:15 to 1 30 o'clock in Harris 'all, corner of State and Huron
Avenue. ' Initiation of new members, including President Little, viII take
place at this meeting. Note the change of address.
Nur 31. Malik, Pres.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided foir ttiat purpose before 4
o'clock preceedine the day of issue.
THURSDAY
11:00-Senior engineers assemble in
room 348, Engineering building.
2"fH~World series by radio at the
Union tap room.
3:00-Business administration , stu-
dents meet in room 206, Tappan
hall.
4:10--Faculty of the College of
Pharmacy meets in room 212, Chem-
ical building.
4:10-Dean's advisory committee, Col-
lege of Literature, Science, and the
Arts meets in room 1210, Angell
hall.
4:15-President Clarence Cook Little
speaks on "The Moral Issues of Ed-
ucation" in the Natural Science au-
ditorium.
4:45-Rehearsal and tryouts for the
Congregational choir held at the
church.
5:30-S. C. A. cabinet meeting held in
lbane hall.
7:30 Prof. W. H. Hobbs of the geol-
ogy department, speaks on "Wind
Poles of the Earth," in room 437,
Natural Science building.
7:30--Blue Key club will meet in
room 302, Union.

M. Quezada
M. Quezada, new president of Chile,
is preparing to leave Paris, where he
is his country's ambassador to re-
turn home to be inaugurated.

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Intramural Items
(Continued on Page Eight)
ielenski 21892; Chaffe 0143 vs Barton
5033; H. M. Utley 7901 vs B. Gold-c
man 8981; Schoenfeld 9474 vs B. Ce-
line 7431; A. K. Darbaker 4435 vs E.
Nagel 9761; Weinberg 9217 vs J. Sher-1
ner 6574; M. Soloman 3540 vs B. Ros-
enberg 5964; S. Podbielneak, Obser-
vatory, University exchange 4 rings
vs R. J. Reed 21677; E. Moyer 3764 vs
H. Friedberg 5341; K. Moore 21634
vs Timberlake 8266; Harnish 8994 vs'
R. C. Eardley 9245; D. Van Osenbrug-
gen 7696 vs F. Stevens 5517; R. J.,
Rees 9801 vs R. G. Robinson 7935;
Ackerman 4572 vs Eisermen 5652.
Doubles: Bulmer and partner, 21517
vs Boxer and partner 4435; Arnold
and Smith 8657 vs S. and T. Wasiel-
enski 21892; H., Small and partneri
9553 vs Hartz and Harpole 6817; Ar-'
dussi and partner 8266 vs Alyear and
Hanimill 9717; Chaffee and Cleary
9143 vs Vose and partner 21695;
Stevens and Marshall 5517 vs Brody
and partner 3317; Eardley and part-'
ner 9245 vs Dunaken and Gilbert 4917;

FRIDAY
2:00--World series by radio at the
Union tap room.
S:00-- All-campus swimming meet
held at the Union.
9:00-Dance at Union, preference
sophomore lits and engineers.
Heinsheimer and Dempner 22245 vs
Jury and Eiserman 5652.
PARIS, Oct. 7.-A decree suppress-
ing the obligatory use of rye flour
with wheat for bread making was
signed yesterday.
CHARLESTON
TAUGHT
NOW
Open Daily
',, l 10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Private Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour les-
sons, $5.00.
TERRACE GARDEN
STUDIO
22 Wuertlh Arcade Phone 5323

EXCLUSIVE
For the Quality of the kind of food one enjoys-
For the kind of surroundings that make your meals
more plea san1.
For the kind of service that makes you say: "One
lives to eat."
TUTTLE 'S
LUNCH ROOM
338 MAYNARD
'Three DysLeft-
to order that
Oratorical Association Lecture
Course Ticket
By Mail
Mail Order to Treasurer,
Room 3211 Angell Hall
Enclose self addressed stamped envelope.
PRICES $3.50, $3.00, $2.50
COURSE OF TEN LECTURES
4I

ao$~arn#

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Ace of Clubs
TOASTED SANDWIC1[ES
NOW OUR SPECIALTY
Open 11 A. M. to 11'. 31.
Upstairs, Nickels Arcade

PHIL DIAMOND
Now Booking
ORCHESTRAS
ForI
FOOTBALL DATES
Make Reservations Early t
Phone 21820

BETSY ROSS
SHOP
Quality
Combined with
Variety

HOME-MADE CANDIES
Every Friday and Saturday
Regular Priced Chocolates, Bon-Bons
and Other Candies in our Friday-
Saturday Packages
50c

"famed for
freshness"

Candies

SUNDAES

SODAS

In the Arcade

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