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THE MITCAN DfAILY

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1925

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DAILTY OFFICIAL BULLETIN TOOPENRELIGIOUS
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until I J STII iIL iNI ti
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI TUESI)AY, NOVEMBER 3, 1925 Number 7 Dinner at Lane hll Will be Initial
Session of Eleventh Year;
Courses Announced
To the Members of the Senate Council:
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held on Tuesday, FATHER IDEN TO SPEAK
November 3, at 4:15 in the President's office. This change from the regular
date is made necessary by the necessity of holding the first meeting of the Thomas i\f. Iden, director of the
University Senate on Monday, November 9. Upper Room Bible class, will deliver
Frank E. Robbins, Secretary. the principal address at the opening
dinner of the institute of religious ed-
ucation at 6 ;o'clock tonight in Harris
University Lecture: ball, speaking on "Some Ideals of Re-
Prof. Roger Adams of the University of Illinois will speak on "The ligious Education." The dinner will
Effect of Poisons and Promoters in Platinum Black Catalysis" Thursday, begin promptly in order to allow those
November 5, at 4:15 P. M. in the Chemical Amphitheater. The meeting will who attend to go to the McCormack
be under the joint auspices of the University and the University of Michigan recital later.
Section of the American Chemical Society. All interested are invited to This dinner marks the beginning of
attend. F. E. Robbins. the 11th institute to be held under the
direction of the Ann Arbor Bible chair.
UnIversity Women-Northwestern Game: Five sessions will be held ;on consecu-
All women students planning to attend the Northwestern Game are tive Tuesday nights begieing Nov.
requested to sign immediately in the office of the Dean of Women, and pay p10.eriod The sessions are divided into two
the fee to cover the expenses of the chaperones sent by the University. bperiods of 45 minutes each, the first
beginniat 7:15 o'clock and the sec- i
All *omen students planning to motor to this game must make their ar- ond at .8 o'clock. Four discussion t
nangements with the Office of the Dean of Women promptly. groups compose the first period, Mal- s
Jean Hamilton. i lace Watt's course in "The Leader- a
ship of Boys," Howard McClusky's -
University Women-Sophomores: discussion of "The Thinking of
The first required Hygiene lecture will be on Tuesday, Nov. 3rd, at 4:15 Youth," Donald Timerman's course on -
In Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. "How to Conduct Church Socials" and
In SrahCasell ngel Hll.the Y. W. C. A.'s course in "The Lead-
Margaret Bell. ership of Girls." During the second
Ann rbo ArtAssciaton:period, President Paul and Professor
Ann Arbor Art Assocition: Lake of the School of Religion, will
The Exhibition of Water Colors, by' Miss Alice R. Huger Smith will close give courses in "Pan-American Rela-
on Tuesday, November 3rd. W. P. Lombard, President. tions" and "Study of the New Testa-
ment."
Business Administration No. 131: During the five weeks of the insti-
All sections will meet at 9:00 o'clock Wednesday morning in Room 206 tute last year, the average attend-
Tappan Hall for lecture. ance at the groups was 125, and it
C. B. Gordy. is expected that the attendance this
*year will be even larger. The classes
are free and all students and towns-
Electrical Engineering Students: people are invited.
Your attention is directed to the notice posted on the A. I. E. E. bulletinP a t
board regarding our joint meeting with the Detroit-Ann Arbor Section of the
A. I. E. E. in Jackson tonight. Those going will meet at the A. I. . E. bul- fIMRI R ii fl0 PICU
letin board so that we may start at 4 o'clock. Students going will be excusedfUspi lh!IULIIV LUJUIT
from this afternoon's electrical lab sections at 4 o'clock. Transportation n i ii ranTflI
will be provided from Ann Arbor to Jackson and return.I auiiivtuNlor ivriv I.U.F
sMaurice i. Nelson, Chairman, A. I. E. E.

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Alumni Announce
Dance In Chicago Frog, Chicken and Steak Dinners
Students visiting Chicago for the Servedat
Northwestern university football game
Nov. 7, are invited by the Chicago BOULEVARD INN
Alumni association to attend a Uni-
versity of Michigan dance which will
be given the night of the gamne in the Two blocks from city bus line on Jackson Road,
French yoom of the Drake hotel. from noon till midnight.
Dancing will start at 9 o'clock and = Special attention given to parties. Phone 6531.
continue until 1 o'clock. The dance
will be informal. Tickets, priced at _________________________________________________________________________________________________
$2, will be sold at the door.

ROME, Nov. 2.--A treaty of com-
merce and navigation between Ger-
many and Italy was signed here to-
day.

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Chemical Engineering Staff and Graduate Stiidents:
The regular monthly luncheon comes today, November 3, in the seminar
room of the East Engineering Building.
Alfred It. White.
Philosophy 39:
Philosophy 39 (Aesthetics) will be held in Angell 1025 instead of M. H1
205. DeWitt 11. Parker.
Sophomore Women:
Tryouts in natural dancing and archery for the chariot race' and Greekd
games in the circus will be held at 4:00 P. M. today in the gymnasium par-
lors. Phyllis Richards, Chairman Act 11.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University Organist, will give the following prograi
in Hill Auditorium Wednesday afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock:
Chorale (Fauchet); Clair de Lune (Karg-Elert) Pantomime (Jepson);
Largo (New World Symphony) (Dvorak); Prelude and Fugue in A minor
(Bach); Angel Scene ("Haensel and Gretel") (Ilunmperdinck); Scherzo
("Storm King" Symphony) (Dickinson); To a Wild Rose (Mac Dowell);
Finale (Symphony VI.) (Widor).
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Choral Union Ushers:
All Choral Union Ushers are requested to be at their assignments by
7:30 P. M. Tuesday, November 3, 1925, for the John McCormack Concert.
W. A. Davenport, Ass't. Sup't. Buildings and Grounds.
Aeronautical Society:
The first meeting of the U. of M. Aeronautical Society will be held this
evening (Tuesday, Nov. 3) at 7:30 P. M. at the Michigan Union.
0. G. Blocker will present a paper on "Air Currents Affecting Aviation."
All members and persons interested in Aeronautics are urged to be present.
Frank A. Bird, Jr., Pres.
Alpha Nu:
The regular meeting of Alpha Nu has been postponed to Wednesday,
November 4th, at 7:30 P M. on the fourth floor of Angell Hall. All members
are requested to be present. Men interested in Public Speaking are invited
to attend.
11. Lcroy Selmeier.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet a 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 3rd,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. ft. A. Sawyer will speak on "The
PP' Groups in Atomic Spectra." All interested are cordially invited to at-
tend. W. F. Colby.
Michigan Dames:
There will be- a meeting of the Michigan Dames in the Faculty Woman's
Club Rooms tonight at 8 o'clock. All student wives are invited to attend.
_Mrs. J. L. Chanipagne.
Cercle Francais:
The next meeting of the Cercle will be held on Wednesday, November 4,
at 7:30 in the Cercle Room. An interesting program has been arranged.
The President.
Psychiology 31:
Those substituting experimental work for a thesis may appear in Room
400 University High School (Use West Haven St. entrance) at any time of
the following hours on Tuesday, Nov. 3: 9, 10, 11, A. M. to 1, 2, 3, P. M. These
hours apply .to those who (lid not appear for the first meeting on Thursday,
Oct. 29, as well as to those who did appear. The work of the first day may
be made up at some other hour.
Howard Y. McClusky.

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mscussing te :usaness Admis-
tration of the Community Fund,"
Walter P. Staebler will be the prim-
cipal speaker at the regular weekly
luncheon of the Chamber of Com-
merce today. Using lantern slides,
charts and reports, his talk will ex-
plain the business activities of the or-
ganization, its subsidiaries and the
handling of its finances.
Percy P. Wood-bridge, secretary of
the Chamber of Commerce, returned
Tuesday from a convention of the na-
tilonal Association of Commercial Or-
ganization secretaries at Kansas City,
Mo., and a part of the program will
be devoted to his report of the con-
vention.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Da;y office
provided for toat purpose before
o'clock preceeding the day of issue.
TUESDAY
4:15-.Senate council meets in the
President's office.
4:15-Pbysics Colloquium ineePs in

8:00-John McCormack concert in Bill
auditorium.
WED NE SI)AY
13:00-All sections in Business adniiu-
istration 131, meet in room 206, Tap-
pan hall, for lecture.
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7:30-Alpha Nu Literary sociely meets
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