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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Puilication 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).
Volumne 1I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1925 Number 45

Boats Defeat Florida Embargo

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Membcrs of the Administrative Board, College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts:
There will be a meeting of the Administrative Board on Thursday, No-
vember 12, at 4:10 in Ehan Effiner's office.
,W. R. Humphreys.
To the Faculty.
All professorr and instructors wishing to have their checks deposited
each month, kindl-arrange to do so at the office of the Secretary BEFORE
November 23rd.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
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 Dean Bursley,
Chairman of the Eligibility Committee.
Grace Richards, Assistant Dean of Women.
Notice to Owners of Dogs:
Hereafter dogs that become nuisances upon the Campus, in so far as
possible, will be taken in charge by authorized employes of the University,
and held for their owners for a period not exceeding ten days. During
such period, dogs may be redeemed on proof of ownership and payment for
care at rate of fifty cents per day or fraction of a day.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
To All Students:
All students having difficulty in choosing their vocation or life work,
and who are not progressing so well in their studies, will have an oppor-
tunity to talk over their problems personally with faculty men and business
men of the various professions. It is important that you report at Lane Hall
this week for appointments.
Hours:-Wednesday, Thursday, Friday-4 to 6 P. M.
Harold R. Williams, Chairman Vocational Committee.
rol. So. 291:
Journal Club in Political Science will meet in Room 406 Library on
Thursday, November 12, at three o'clock.
J. S. Reeves.
English 293 (Bibliography):
The next meeting of this course will be held in the Custodian's Office,
the William L. Clements Library, at 4 o'clock, Thursday, November 12th.
H. C. Hutchins.
M.S. 13-l.S. 15:
The following moving pictures will be shown at the Natural Science
Auditorium at 7:30 P. M. Friday, November 13: "Sketching Methods," "Sig-
nal Corps Activities in the A. E. F." Members of all sections of M.S. 13 and
M.S. 15 are expected to be present. All others interested are invited to
attend. R. T. Schlosberg.
Harvard Diner:
Michigan Union, November 21, 6:30 P. M. Those wishing to attend
should send their names to
Herbert Hope,
care J. L. Hudson Co.,
Detroit, Michigan,
before November 14.
A. L, Cress.
Public Lecture:
Dr. and Mrs. F. Homer Curtiss of San Francisco will present a joint
lecture on the subject, "The Truth About Evolution And The Bible" in
Natural Science Auditorium, Thursday evening, November 12. at 8 o'clock.
Ezra Young.
Freshman Band:
The members of the Freshman Band will assemble in Morris Hall
Thursday evening, November 12th, at 7:15 before marching to the Union.
All those who haye music stands will bring them with them.
Clyde R. Flory.
Frosh Glee Club Tryouts:
Additional tryouts for membership will be held this afternoon between
4-5:30, in Room 308 of the Union.
Kurt J. Kremlick, Manager.
Notice to All Sophomore Musicians:
Please report at theclass meeting Thursday afternoon with your band
instruments prepared to play in the Sophomore Band.
Leslie Weston.
S. C. A. Cabinet:
The regular meeting of the S. C.iA. Cabinet will be held at 5:30, Thurs-
day, November 12, at 1101 Olivia Avenue.
T. R. Hornberger, Secretary.
All Students:
The Undergraduate Campaign Committee is sponsoring a dance to be
held in Barbour Gymnasium Saturday evening, November 14th, from 9:00 to
12:00 o'clock. Tickets may be obtained at Graham's or Wahr's and at the
door.

Elizabeth Blackwood, Chairman,
Undergraduate Campaign Committee.
University Men and Women:
A beginners, social dancing class for women will be held on November
17th; for men on Thursday, 12th and 19th. Hours 7:00 to 8:00 P. M. in
Barbour Gymnasium. There will be no fee. Everyone is invited.
Ethel McCormick.
To Ski Enthusiasts:
There will be a meeting of all men interested in skiing Friday, Nov. 13,
at 7:30 P. M. in Room 304 Michigan Union,
L. C. Anderson.

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Chicago and mid-western firms are
defeating the railroad embargo on allf
freight shipments to Florida by send- I
ings their goods to the boom state by
water, via the Great Lakes, St. Law-
rence river, and Atlantic seaboard.
Photo shows S. S. Bennington taking
on a cargo at Chicago for the penin-
sula.

CHARLESTON
TAUGHT
NOW
Open Daily
C Private Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour jes-
soils, $5.00.
TERACE GARDEN
STUDIO
2 'uerth Arcade Phone 8:328

OUEZZAN, French Morocco. - The
American aviators of the Sherifian
quadron will be demobilized at Casa-
lanca Saturday. i

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Full line of select chocolates always.

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