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PA,'U'E EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y

PAE M2HTTUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1925

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DAILY OFCILBULLETIN
:Pblication #n the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Vohm f VI TUESDAY, NOVE3IIER 10, 1925 Numb3er 43

Faculty Women's Chlb:
The Art Section of the F+aculty Women's Club wvill meet with Mrs. John
B. Waite, 1909 Day St. at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10th.
.Mrs. W. C. Loulsell.
Fraternity and Sorority Presidents:
You are requested to send to the Office of the Dean of Student,, not
later than Tuesday, November 10th, the names of the president and secre-
I toary of the alumni association holding title to your present chapter house,
or the land on which you plan to build. In case your fraternity owns
neither house nor lot hut contemplates the purchase of either in the near
Jt ,send the names and addresses of the officers of association in whose
jnairp the transaction will be made.
I .A. 1Burslev.

Ann Arbor Art Association :
There, will be an exhibition of Henry G. Keller's paintings and Alfrd
Hutty's etchings in Memorial Hall, 1:30 to 5:00, November 9 to November .4
Students of University and Schools admitted free.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
University Wome-House Presidents:
Signing-out slips are due immediately in the office of the Dean of Women.
Jean Hlamlton, Dean of Women. f
Entering Sophomore and Upperclassmen Who Have Not Finished the 14-
quired Hygiene Lectures:
The second Hygiene lecture will be on Tuesday, November 10th, at 4:15
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.
Magaret Bell, 1W. D.
University Women:
Attention of all women who make up committee or membership lists
is called to the proper procedure:
1. Get Eligibility Blanks from the Office of the Dean of Women.
2. Make them out in triplicate and leave them for checking, after which
they will be sent to Dean Bursley.
3. Give no names to The Daily or to the Point System reporters until
"your Eligibility List has been returned, marked approved, by Dan Bursey,
Clairman of the Eligibility Committee.
Grace Richards, Assistant Deai of Women.
Junior Engineers:
There will be a class meeting of the Junior Engineers on Tuesday, Nov.
10, at 10 A. M., in Room 348. E. M. Bragg.
Mathematical Club:
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angel Hall, this evening,
at 8 o'clock. Professor Poor will present the following papers: "On the
Double Layer Potential." "Transformation Theorems in Vector Analysis."
All persons interested are cordially invited to attend the meetings of the
Club. W. W. Denton, Sely.
Physics Clloqunium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 10,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. E. F. Barker will speak on
"Atomic Configurations for Elements having Complex Spectra." All inter-
ested are cordially ;invited to attend.
R. A. Sawyer.
Ui~uversity Section, Society of American Military Engineers:
There will be a regular meeting of thc Section on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at
7:30 P. MA. at the Union..
Lieut. R. T. Scholsberg, S. C., DOL, will address the Section on "he
Influence of Signal Communication upon Strategy and Tactics."
All new members are requested to be present at the meeting.
Joseph Sede, Chairman, Program Committee.
Geological and Geographical Journal Cu:
There will be a meeting of the Geological and Geographical Journal Club
on Thursday, November 12, at 7:30 P. M. in Room 436 N. S. Building. Pro-
fessor Mmurry will speak on "The Work and Technique of the Land Econ-
omic Survey of Michigan." The ladies of the faculties concerned are invited
to attend this meeting. A cordial invitation is also extended to all others
who may be interested in the subject of the evening's discussion.
Walter A. Ter Wiebe, Secretary.
Acolytes :
There will be a meeting of Acolytes Tuesday evening, November 1th, at
:00 o'clock, in Room 106 Mason Hal. Professor Parker will discuss the
concept of Time.
Gerrit T. Vander Lugt, Arh Acolyte.
Phi Sigma:
Business meeting for the election of new members Wednesday, November
11th, at 7:30, in Z242, Natural Science. All members are urged to be pesent.
C. M. Davis.
Tan Beta'P1:
The initiation will take place on Tuesday, November 10th. Candidates
will present themselves at 4:30 P. M. in Room 214 West Engineering Build-
ing. The initiation banquet will bie held at the Union at 6:00 P. Al. All
active members are urged to be present.;
D. van Osebruggen, Corresponding Secretary.
Harvard Dinner:
Michigan Union, November p, 6 30 P. M. Those wishing to attend should
send their names to
Herbert Hope,
care J. L. Hudson Co.,
Detroit Michigan,

WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
he left in the box at the Daily office
providedI for that purpose hefo:c 4:00
o'clock pt-cced1ing the clay of issue.
TUESD)AY
10(Y:60-4Jun or engineering class inect-
ing, room 348.
4:15-Physics colloqml h n, room 10-11,
new Phy;sies building.
jDAILY CALLS FOR TRYOUTS
j All men interested in trying
j out for The Daily are invited to
I(a tryouts' meeting pt 4 o'clock
Thursday in The Daily offices,
Press building, on Maynard
I stre. tTcThe Dily offe~rs nractic-

8:00--Mathematical. clumb meets in' CHICAGO.-R. N. 1lolsaple, super-'
i rom 301,Angel hll.intendent of the Michigan Anti-Saloon
S :44-Acolytes meet In room 106, 111, league, declared today in a report at
f so hal. ithe 22nd national convention of the
WERNILSDAYj Anti-Saloon League of America that
7 :30-Business meeting of Phi Sigmai,I Detroit "is known throughout the
room Z-242, Natural Science build-' country as one of the mnost wide-opei
ing. towns in the land."
8 :00---.Pi Lanmitnih Theta meets in I
room 203, Martha Cook building.I Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

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L'relnall Band:
-There will be a rehearsal of the Freshman Band Tuesday evening atj
7':15 in Morris Hall. A full attendance is expected and members should beC
promptly in their seats at the appointed time.I
t ~Clyde K. Flory.

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SENIORS:
Why wait until the last grand rush?
Phone for an appointment today.

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distillers have banded together in a headline writing and other
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America are contained in a statement I semester freshmen are not elig-
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U. S. Naval Reserve Force:
A meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 10th, at 7:30 P.P
C. Drill Hall.
All members are urged to. be present in preparation
Day parade Wednesday evening.
U'niversity Men and Women:
A beginners social dancing class for women will be
November 10th and 17th. For men on Thursday 12th and
to 8:00 P. M. There will be no fee. Everyone is invited.

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M., in the R. 0. T.
for the Armistice

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Doris Glines, Pres.

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