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PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

Faelty Women's Club:
The members of the Faculty Women's Club will hold a reception and
dance to meet President and Mrs. Clarence Cook Little on Friday, November
6, from 3:30 to 5:30, at the Michigan Union. Admission will be )y membc-
ship ticket, each member being entitled to one gentleman guest. Member-
ship tickets may be procured at the door.
Ella T. A im, Secrtary.

Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by tMe Assistant to the Pesident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays.
Volume VI TrllllSI) Y, N{)VEMiIIE =, , 192 Number 1)
University Lecture:
Prof. Roger Adams of the University of Illinois will speak on "The
Effect of Poisons and Promoters in Platinum Black Catalysis" Thursday;
November 5, at 4:15 P. M. in the Chemical Amphitheater. The meeting will
be under the joint auspices of the University and the University of Michigan
Section of the American Chemical Society. All interested are invited to
attend. F. E. Robbins.
Phillips Scholarships:
The Phillips Scholarships for the year 1925-1926 will be awarded upon
the basis of a competitive examination, in accordance with the rules gov-
erning the foundation. A full statement of the conditions of the award will
'be found upon pages 133-134 of the General Catalogue of the University.
Students who wish to apply for one of these scholarships should give their
names to Prof. H. A. Sanders or Prof. Campbell Bonner.
The examinations will be held as follows:
Latin, November 6, 3 P. M., Room 2016 Angell Hall..
Greek, November 7, 9 A. M., at the same place.
Previous holders of Phillips Scholarships may apply for a renewal of
the award by handing in their names to the above instructors.
John R. Effinger
H. A. Sanders
Campbell Bonner.
Women Students--Rouse President's Supper:
On account of Mr. Alfred Noyes' speech, the supper to House Presidents
and to the Officers and Senior Representatives of the Women's League will
be at 6:00 P. M. instead of 615, on Thursday, November 5th, in Barbour
Gymnasium.
Jean Hamilton.
Prospective Teachers:
The annual meeting for enrollment with the Bureau of Appointments
will take place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, November 7th, in the Audi-
torium of Newberry Hall. It is very important that all seniors and grad-
uate students who expect to enroll with the Bureau this year should attend.
Enrollment at this time is free but a charge of one dollar is required for late
registration. Margaret Cameron.
Public Lecture:
Professor Henry J. Cadbury of Harvard University will lecture at 4:15
today in Newberry Auditorium on "The Career of Paul."
This is the third of four open lectures on The Acts of the Apostles, to
be given by Professor Cadbury under the auspices of the Michigan School
of Religion.
TL. Waterman.
Foreign Students:
Foreign students who entered the College of Engineering and Architec-
ture this semester for the first time will meet the Committee on English for
Foreign Students in Room 316, Michigan Union, Thursday, November 5th, at
7:30 o'clock.
J. Raleigh Nelson, Chairman.
Sophomore Engineers:
There will be a class meeting Thursday, November 5, at 10 o'clock,
Room 348, Enginering Building.
You will be automatically excused from classes to attend this meeting.
J. C. Brier.
Fraternities and Sororities:
All fraternities and sororities desiring to receive copies of the 1924-1925
Scholarship Charts, should send in today to the Office of the Dean of Stu-
dents, Room 2, University Hall, a list of their officers for this year.
J. A. Bursley.
Students in Labor Classes-Lecture on l1 nemployment:
Prof. William M. Leiserson, Impartial Chairman of the Chicago and
Baltimore Clothing Markets, will lecture on "The Causes of Unemployment"
at 5 P. M. Thursday in Room 101. Economics Building. Members of Econ-
omics 121 are expected to attend, and students in other labor classes are
cordially invited.
Carter Goodrich.
University Club:
Club night Friday, November 6, at 8:00 P. M. There will be entertain-
ment and refreshments as usual. C. T. Johnson.
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One Night Only, Monday, Nov. 9
-MUSICAL HIT OF AGES-
Don't fail--this time -to give your mother, wife, sister or sweet-*
heart the unique satisfaction and memorable happiness of seeing
and hearing this pure and lovely romance-the like of which
may never come again.
The Messrs. Lee and J. J. Shubert Present
GAY, GOLDEN, GLORIOUS, UNFORGETABLE

lien's Educational Club:
The club has accepted Dr. Courtis' invitation to attend an informal re-
ception at his residence in Detroit Saturday afternon and evening.
All members and prospective members are urged and invited to attend.-
Consult bulletin board in Tappan Hall and sign your name if going.
Ralph Vanhloesen, President.
Prescott Club:
The first regular meeting of the Prescott Club will be held Thursday
evening at 7:30 in Room 303 Chemistry Bldg. All students of the College
of Pharmacy are cordially invited to meet their fellow classmates.
C. C. lover.
Freshman Band:
Regular rehearsal of the Freshman band will be held tonight at 7:15
P. M. in Morris hall. Full attendance is expected.
Clyde R. Flora.
Windjammer Gives Up Ghost; Only
Six Of England's Fleet Remains,

Heads Commission HUNGARIAN PARLIAMENT MUST
To Report On War SOL VE THREE CURRENCY ISSUES
BUDAPEST, Nov. 4.-Creation of a bist, while balanced, is still on a
new currency, the establishment of I ' (rown bash,.
:::::ad:ustment in:::;:"::::_:;":::.,;:iwrev~lua(t in hedir~tewr
the federal budget on a gold basis i re aluating the war laynn ad
and the adjustment in rI-C.V luation,1 w11 irpol
are three problems to occupy the at- the uu ians wil be guided in a
Swhen it reconvenes this fall. U y the experience of
Decision as to what shall be they
unit of currency must be made first.
Some favor the shilling, now used by rT'K-. Nov. 4. - The vernacular
both Danzig and Austria, as the mone- newspapers are dilating on the sei-
tary unit. Others believe that the ous row between the finance and navy
crown should be brought back to its departments over the apparent refus-

pre-war value.k
The budget question will be easily"
satisfied after the new currency has'
been selected. For the present the

al of the finance minister to approv,
an appropriation of 23,000,000 yen for
the replacement of auxiliary naval
vessels in the next five years.

(By Associated Press)
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 4.-The wind-
jammer has just about given up the
ghost, at least so far as the British[
flag is concerned. The old full rigged
vessel that once carried the brunt of
the sea cargo is too slow nowadays
and it doesn't pay.
The thousands of these British ships1
that sailed the seven seas now num-
ber six. The survivors remaining up-
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in thisecolumn must
he left in the b1ox at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4:oo
o'clock preceding the day of issue.
THURSDAY
11:00-Sophomore engineers meet in,
room 348, Engineering building.
4:15-Prof. Henry J. Cadbury of Har-
vard university, lectures on "The
Career of Paul" in Newberry audi-
torium. ,
4:15-Prof. Roger Adams of the Uni-
versity of Illinois, speaks in the
Chemical amphitheater.+
7:30-Dr. Gustav Egloff addresses thef
American Institute of Chemical en-
gineers in room 3205, east Engin-
eering building.
7:30-Christlan Science society meets
in Lanne hall audlitorium.
7 :30-Econosaclub meets in room,
306 of the Union.
7:30-First regular meeting of ,the
Prescott club, room 303, Chemical
building.
8:00-Alfred Noyes speaks In Hill au-
ditorium.I
8:00-All-campus swimnulng in the
Union pool.
FRIDAY
3:30-Faculty Women's club holds a
reception and dance to meet Presi-,
dent Clarence Cook Little and Mrs.!
Little, at the Union.
8:00-' Regular University club night.
9:00---Sophomore literary studentsl
have preference at the dance in the
Union assembly hall.
BERLIN, Nov. 4.-Seventeen miners
were killed and a number injured inI
an explosion at the Holland pit of1
the Phoenix company, at Gelsenkir-
schen.
'ENSIANS $3.50 TODAY.

on Lloyd's register are the Monkbarns,
William Mitchell, Garthpool, Garth-
neil, Rewa and Kilmallie, each of
which is known in many American
ports, and especially Honolulu and
Manila. All haveserved 30 ormorel
years, and with the exception of the
Garthpool are three masted vessels.
The Garthpool is the sole British
four master on the job and among sea-
men is known as "The Ghost," be-
cause of the great fleet of such ships,,
all gone to Davy Jones' locker, which
it represents.
Finland seems destined to become
the world's last owners of ships of
this type, as most of the British sail-
ing vessels sold within recent years1
have been bought by Finnish interests.
Grain from Australia, nitrate from,
South America and salt outward from
Liverpool are about the only cargoes
now offered for sailing ships.

Sir Horace Runibold
As head of a commission appointed
by League of Nations, Sir Horace
Rumbold, British ambassador to
Madrid, is conducting a formal inquiry
into controversy which threatened to
plunge Greece and Bulgaria into war.
'ENSIANS $3.50 TODAY.
CHARLESTON
TAUGHT
NOW
Open Daily
10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Private Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour les-
sons, $5.00.
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Served at
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from noon till midnight.
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