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.DLY 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. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRIDAY, N OVEHBER f, 1925 NumbEr 4)
Notice to AllFaculty Members:
At meetings of the Regents held January 10 and April 25, 1919, the Board
made the purchase of an annuity in the Teachers' Insurance and Annuity
Association of America, a condition of employment in the case of all mem-
bers of the Faculties thereafter engaged except instructors of less than three
years' standing, with whom such purchase is optional.
Members of the Faculties and others connected with the University
can obtain at the office of the'Secretary of the University full information
concernii peir privileges and responsibilities with respect to life annu-
ities. pecinien policies, rate books, and reports of the Teachers' Insurance
and A"y ityg4spociation are on file for distribution. Ask for Mr. Buckley,
The University will contribute equally with the member of the Faculty,
within certain limits, to the provision of the old age annuity. The faculty
member thus purchasing an annuity receives under such conditions 100 per
cent upon his contribution plus 4 per cent per annum on the entire sum in-
volved, and these accumulations are non-forfeitable to him in any case.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
The first regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1925-
1926 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday,
November 9, at 8:00 o'clock.
Order of Business:
1. Annual Report of the Secretary of the Senate Council.
2. Report of committee appointed to investigate parking space.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
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
Will the following graduate students please call at the office of the
Graduate School at once:
Miguel B. Afable William L. Everitt
Kikusaburo Asai Edward Potthoff
Philip M. Barr Mitsuzo Tamura
Lloyd Donnell Hale Tenant
Ruth A. Rouse, Recorder.
Public Lecture :
Professor Henry J. Cadbury of Harvard University will lecture at 4:15
today in Newberry Auditorium on "The Origin and Value of Acts."
This is the final lecture on The Acts of the Apostles, to be given by
Professor Cadbury under the auspices of the Michigan School of Religion.
History department luncheon meeting today, Michigan Union.
B. W. Wheeler.
Officials Probe Fatal Air
As Mitchell Faces
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4:0o
o'clock preceding the day of issue.
3:30-Faculty Women's club holds a
reception and dance to meet Presi- I
dent Clarence Cook Little and Mrs.
Little, at; the Union.
4:15 -Prof. IleiryJ. Cadbury of liar.
vard university speaks on "The Or-
igin and Value of Acts" at New-
8:00-"Three Live Ghosts," the first
program on the Play production
series, is presented in University
S:0-Regular University club night.
9:00-Sophomore literary students
have preference at the dance in the
Union assembly hall.
12:10-Second Cosmopolitan club
luncheon at Harris hall.
1:30-Cinigregational ramble starts
from the church.
S :00-"Tbree Live Ghosts," the first
program on the Play production
series, is presented in University
9:00-Union dance, preference. to all
DAVIS GRANTED LEAVE
TO DO VIDRKIN JAMAICA
Botany Professor to Obtain Data on
Prof. B. M. Davis of the botany de-
partment, who was granted a sabbat-
ical leave of absence for next semes-
ter will leave for Jamaica 'at the close
of the present semester. Professor
Davis expects to study the varied
conditions of the island's vegetation,
the tropical rain forests, the desert
regions, and the coral reefs which are
to be found along sections of the
He will go into the mountains, partic-
ularly to study the vegetation in the
tropical forests on one side and the
desert region on the other side of the
range. Professor Davis will return
to Ann Arbor for the Summer session.
For Tickling Throats
Take a Few
Medicated Throat Discs
Eberbach & Son Co.
200-202 E. Liberty St.
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-LE WATE IGOS
(YE~LLOW OR OLIVE)
Whether defects in machine caused crash in which three flying offic-
ers were killed near Cape May, N. Y., is being probed by the war depart-
ment as Col. William Mitchell goes on trial before a court martial board
for saying, among other things, that most of the army planes were unfit
for service. Photo shows wrecked craft.
TO fr be used in establishing a uniform sys-
item of collecting class money, as pro-
vided for by the council at its meet-i
Tn PUr1101i[ A n[ CTDOI Cings last week.
M ' ~ A aS
1UV U LtVt n a i n aLONDON, Nov. 5. - An Exchange
I As a protest against state govern- I Telegraph dispatch from Melboutne,
ment's edict that 80 per cent of thee Aus., says 1,000 striking seamen clash-
Treasurers of all the classes of the employees in offices shall be Mexic- %ed with the police at Freemantle. One
University, called together by the Stu- ans, all foreign business houses in hundred arrests were made.
dent council, agreed to establish a Vera Cruz, Mex., have closed.
fund for the purpose of, paying the LONDON, Nov. 5.-The British em-
transportation expenses of Varsity'I pire expedition at Wembley is being
cheerleaders to out-of-town football i 1 ,thent AlIdismantled, having closed Saturday.
games, at their meeting Wednesday Kead the ant ads lTwenty-seven million persons visited
afternoon at the Union. it since it opened in 1924.
The fund will be established this
year, in order that the money will be
on hand when school opens next Sep-
tember, in readiness for the 1926 foot-
ball season. Authority was granted Hot Lunches 11.00-1:30
to Kenneth C. Kellar, '26, president! A L
of the Student council, to draw up *00'7:00
a plan for establishing this fund, the
amount of money collected from each
class to be determined by the total l'-0
enrollment of that class. The com- Salads, Sandwiches and Ice Cream
plete plan will be presented to theetianwi
treasurers at their next meeting, 1
French Classes of E. E. Rovillain:
I shall not meet my classes today.
E. E. Rovillain.
"Three Live Ghosts"
Will those who attend the performance of "Three Live Ghosts" to be ,
given in University hall tonight and tomorrow night, as the first program in
Play Production series, kindly be seated at 8 P. M. No tickets will be sold
after that hour. .... ..11. D. T. Hollister.
University of Michigan Band:
The Varsity band will meet at the M. C. station at 11:30 P. M. Friday
night to entrain for Chicago. Instruments and personal baggage must be 1
brought to the station. T. C. Schneirla.
Faculty 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 by member-
ship ticket, each member being entitled to one gentleman guest. Member-
ship tickets may be procured at the door.
Ella T. Aiton, Secretary.
Frosh Glee Club: -
There will be tryouts for membership Friday and Monday afternoons
in Room 308 of the Michigan Union between 4 and 5:30.
Kurt J. kremnliek, Manager.
The second of the bi-weekly luncheons will be held Saturday, from
12:10 to 1:30 o'clock at Harris hall, corner of State and Huron streets. The
members of the Hindustan club are in charge and have prepared a menu
of dishes popular in their native land. Added to this feature will be a mu-
sical program and initiation of new members. Every foreign student is
urged to attend. Nur. M. Malik, Pres.
Men'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 Vanioesen, President.
Tan Beta Pi:
The -initiation will take place on Tuesday, November 10. Candidates
will present themselves at 4:30 P. M. in Room 214 West Engineering build-
ing, The initiation banquet will be held at the Union at 6:00 P. M.
ID. van Osenbruggen, Corresponding Secretary.
Frat ,pitles and Sororities:
4g fraternities and sororities desiring to receive copies of the 1924-1925
Scholrship Charts, should send in today to the Office of the Dean of Stu-
fents,Room 2, University Hall, a list of their officers for this year.
J. A. Bursley.
For. every .article for sale, there is a buyer. Reach him thru Classifieds.
which will be held a few days prior
to class dues day, Nov. 17.
At this meeting, the council will
have a complete set of receipt and
voucher looks ready for distribution
to the treasurers. These books will
This new Corona
has the standard
When we say "standard key-
board," we mean the four-row'
single shift keyboard exactly
like the big office machines.
It will really be an' asset to you
to learn on Corona for then you
will be able to use any of the
big machines. But you will have
the advantage of Corona's port-
ability while you are in college.
The price is only $69. Come and
see it today.
o. D. Morrill, Dealer
17 Nickels Arcade
The Typewriter and Stationery
"..A 1 ~Service After the Dance
CIrner Liberty Wednesday, Friday and
and Maynard Saturday Nights
"The Cradle Song"
By MARTINEZ SIERRA
at = ;
_ Sarah Caswell Angell Hall
Tuesday, Nov. 10th and Admission
Wednesday, Nov. 11th 1 $1.00
Tickets on Sale at
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