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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of I
the University. Copy received by tho Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1925 Number 46


HIP CAPTURE 30-Pei meeting in 11111 auditorium. Sails Introduced possiblity of sails ever putting horse
P CAPTURE r :00-Swinuming meet in the UiIOnD t id . or motors out of business when
GUTSBOSTON'S WHAT'SG0IN'GON(pool. As AdTo Plowing comes to ploughing.
r~r~7 "Notices to appeair in this column mnust 9:oO-Unien d!alle, preference to all- ________________________
OOZE SUPPLYt1 be left in the box at the Daily office architects. (By Associated Press)
Sproidledfrok that puposebefoc .4:00 . BRIGHTLINGSEA, Eng., Nov. 12.
SAocokpreceding the day of issue. t1 1
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FRIDAY I:3 -5:- Exlibiti;n of Henry . ploughingin asoil tiller's match nEnterprises
spaintings anA rd H tslittleseaside resort of which
1 :30-5:00- Exhibition of lery G ty's etchings in Alumni Mcmorial many of residents are yachtsmen as Open for
te1lar's paintings and Alfred Hut-chaleaoe1. well as farmers. The wind at times Orchestra Bookings
aty's etchings in Alumn iMemorial _ :. ijanm-nenkconcert r Idenh ossbta te ie
hall. Hill audiorium. puffs blew the implement to one side Week End of
4 :0-Foo tbail arty fr iehg C Uion dance, preferencc to all d spoile a strit furrow which Minnesota Game
hall. wom hin ere ard. pad the contestan.tE.cBanEe-of7I
women in Sarah Caswvell Angell seniors. hidrdLhaonetn'scaceol1
h:.ll.,".:.__________:::.:..:::::::;::inning first prize. Men as well as ~ .BXR87
7:30-AIl men interested in skiing Let The Daily sell it for you thru ,ticiae d a cres or
meet in room 304, Union. the Classified columns.--Adv. whchs t jug dee was agete ! Al Strauss, Majestic Theatre
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To the Faculty:
All professors and instructors wishing to have their checks deposited
each month, kindly arrange to do so at the office of the Secretary BEFORE
November 23rd.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
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 f'raction of a day.
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
There will be an exhibition of Henry G. Keller's paintings and Alfred
Hutty's etchings in Memorial Hall, 1:30 to 5:00, November 9 to November 24.
Students of University and Schools admitted free.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Faculty of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Members of the faculty having mentor cards for foreign students will
please see that these cards are returned to Room 28 East Hall not later
Inter-Fraternity Council
than Saturday, November 14th.
J. R. Nelson,
Chairman of the Committee on English for Foreign Students.
There will be a special meeting of the council Monday, November 16,
at 4:30 P. M. in Room 302 of the Union. Only one representative from each:
house should be present at this meeting.
Phil Rowe, Secretary.
Geography 33:
Hour Examination, Friday at 10. Students occupying seats numbers 1
to 175 meet in Room 25, A. H. Others in Room 231, A. H.
K. C. Mclurry.
X.S. 13--M.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.
Botany Discussion Group: {
A meeting will be held at 7:30 in Room B173 N. S.
Carl D. LaRue.
Economics Club:
The next meeting of the Economics Club will be held Monday evening,
November 16, at 7:30 in Room 325 of the Michigan Union. Mr. H. S. Ellis
will speak on "The Meaning of Decreasing Cost."
1. L. Sliarfman.
Varsity Band:
The band will meet in the rear ofHill Auditorium at 5:00 P. M. Friday,
Nov. 13, to play for .the Pep meeting. It is imperative that every member
be present and on time, as a concert is'to be played before the Pep meet-
ing begins. Full uniform will be worn, and it is desirable that stands be
brought as well.
T. C. Schneirla.
La Sociedad Hispanica--Lecture Series:
The following is the lecture program for 1925-1926 to be presented
under the auspices of La. Sociedad Hispanica: Nov. 19,The Real Spain
(Illust'rated), by Prof. Spaulding; Dec. 10, Spain and the Psychology of the
Spanish People, by Prof. Albaladejo; Jan. 12, Bits of Popular Spanish
Humor (Illustrated), by Mr. Sanchez; Feb. 25, The Epic Poetry of Spain, by
Mr. Eddy; (March 11, "Contigo Pan y Cebolla," the Sociedad Hispanica play
to be given this year); March 25, Customs of South America (Illustrated),
by Mr. de Gomar; April 6, Garcilaso de la Vega, el Inca, by Prof. del Toro.
Members of the Sociedad will be admitted free of charge and will re-
ceive their tickets at the next meeting or at the door of the lectre room
Nov. 19. All others wishing to attend may obtain course tickets for a
nominal sum from any member of the Spanish faculty, beginning Monday,
Nov. 16, or at the door. The lectures will be given in Room 2003 Angell
Hall and will begin at 7:30 sharp.
Marshall H. Levy, Chairman Lecture Committee.
Michigan Glee Club:
The whole Club will sing at the football rally tonight. Report back
stage at 5 sharp.
Kurt J. Kremlick, Manager.
Phi Delta Kappa:
Phi Delta Kappa will meet at the Green Tree Inn for luncheon Satur-
day, Nov. 14, at 12:15 o'clock. Dr. Walter N. Koelz of the United States
Bureau of Fisheries who accompanied the MacMillan expedition to Green-
land this summer will speak.


Dry agents believe they have cut
off a pri\1cipal source of Boston's li-
quor supply, by capture of the Brit-
ish schooner, La Parisienne, sought
by coast guard vessels for two years
and finally taken off Cape Cod. Photo
shows ship in Boston harbor.
Prof. E. C. Case of the geology de-
partment, an authority on historical
geology and paleontology, took oc-
casion to remark that the great dino--
saurs depicted in "The Lost World",
now showing at the Arcade, were un-
usually accurate in construction. "The
dinosaurs are exceedingly well done
in this picture," ie said, "anhdclear-
ly, showed that the men who con-
stricted them were very well in-
formed on the subject, which is con-
trary to general rule when such- sci-
entific subjects are portrayed in a
DETROIT.- Miss Frances Sutton,
who was graduated from the Univer-
sity two years ago, is the first woman
architect in Michigan to be register-
ed by examination it has been an-
One Week Starting
We:l. and Fri. latinees
Direct from Its Phenomenal
Run at the Garrick Theater,
Laughing Success
i d Mk

2UU-U. Jh. Lierty N.
THE TAVERN will serve meals on the
11A boarding house system at reduced rates
1or one week. Starting Monday morn-
ing, November 16. Fourteen meals may
be had for $5.00 instead of $6.00, and
twenty meals for $6.00 instead of $7.50.
This one week experimiient is to induce
you to come over and see for yourself
the real advantages of eating at the
Nlln n'l

Robert A. Honn, Secretary.


Michigan Women:
All "vomen are invited to attend the Football Party given by the
Women's League in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall at 4 o'clock. There will 'be
dancing, entertainment, refreshments, and favors.
Esther Tuttle, Chairman.
eprisals AgainI ing interpellations in parliament, said
lit had been proved that the recent
Stir Jugo - Slavia I(incidents at Trieste, although they re-
sulted in an attack on a Slovene news-
VIENNA, Nov. 12.-Demonstrations paper, had not been directed solely
against an Italian literary society at against the Slovene minority. He }
Spalato, Jugo-Slavia, culminated in a ( pointed out that the Italian newspa-
shooting affray Tuesday night between per, La Serano and several Italian1
the demonstrants and the police. houses also were damaged.
About 1400 shots were fired and dis- The whole affair was wholly con-
patches say many were wounded. I trary to the formal orders of Pre-
mier Mussolini, who had directed'that
BELGRADE, Jugo-Slavia, Nov. 12.- no reprisals be taken for the recently I
Foreign Minister Ninchitch, answer- discovered plot on his life.

Nights: Lower Floor......2.20
Balcony, First 8 Rows.....$1.65
R enmainder .......$1.11)
Gallery .......... .. C
Wed. and Sat. Popular Mats.
Lower Floor............$1.65
Balcony, $1.10; Gallery, 59c

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