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THES MICHTGAN DAILY

SATURDAY~. NOVEM1FrR 14. 1925

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DAiLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of I
the University. Copy received by thi6 assistant to the Pr'esident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays').s
Volume T1 SATIT7d)AY, NOVEMBER ii1., 192! Numnber 4: 4
Fall Gamies:
With the consent of the Deans of their resp~ective colleges, FreshmenC
and Sophomores in the C'olleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts, En-
gineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy, and in the curriculum in School
Health and Physical Education, are in accordance with custom excused from
classes Saturday morning, November 14, for the purpose of participating in
the annual Fall Games C. C. Little.
Rules GIo vernig 1)ecora ions in ' U niversii y Buildings
In order to comply with the Fire Marshal's rules regarding decorationsc
used in University buildings for parties, dances or other affairs, said decora-
tions are to be fire proof or fire resistant.
No open flash lights are premissible, but photos may be taken with I
electric arc lamps. All wiring for special lighting is to be done under the
supervision of the Buildings & Grounds elect'rician foreman and by regularI
electricians employed by the University
E. (C. Pardont, Sulerintendent of Buildings & Grouinds. 1
House Dances:1
The following organizations have been given permission to hold house
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After the Game-
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dances on Saturday, Novemiber 14th:
Acacia, Alpha Chi Rho, Alpha Chi Sigma, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Alpha
Omicron Pi, Alpha Rho Chi, Beta Theta Pi, Ci Phi, Delta Clhi, Delta Sigma
Delta, Delta Sigma Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Delta Theta Phi, Delta Upsi'ai
Delta Zeta, Gamma Sigma, Kappa Delta RhIo, Phi Delta Chl, P'M Delta I p-
silon, Phi Kappa, Phi ipp t Psi, Phi Kappa Tan, P' Kappa Alph, P<
Omega, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Deltl Kppa, Jigmia Phii, iP;m Phi Dvi:-lcn,
Tau Epsilon P1hi, Theta Xi, Womcn's; League Undergraduate G anipaign
Comim., Xi :Psi Phi, Alpha Sigmna Phi. J. A. Ilarsley.
Chioral Uniion Ushers:
All Choral Union Ushers are requested to be at their assigni-ents by
j W. A. Davenport, Ass't Suipt. Baildings & Grounds.
Schuinann-leink (Tonight) :
Madame Ernestine Schunann-Heink, Contralto, assisted by Eleanor
Scheib, Pianist, and Florence Hlardlemaii, Viol iis t, will give the followinig
program in Hill Auditorium this evenilug at 8 :00 o'clock in the Extra Con-
cert Series:
j Mitrane Aria (In Italian) (Rossi), Oh, Rest in the Lord (from Elijah)
(Mendelssohn-Bar'tholdy) Delalah Aria (Saint-Saens) Mine. Scaumann-
Heink; Rondo (Mozart-Kreisler), Ave Marie (Schubert-Wiihelmj) Perpetu
um (Novacek) Miss Hardeman; Ich Liebe Bich (Beethoven), When the Roses
Bloom (Louise Reichardg), Erlkonig (Schubert), Haidenroslein (Schubert),
Wiegenlied (Brahms), Mline. Schumann-Ileink; Cortege (Lili Boulange)
Hills (Burleigh), MAosquito Dance' (Kohni) Miss Hardemnan; There is no(
fDca th (O'lara), S 'eol heart (Humirphrey l ,('a rt), Trees (Osczr asbach),
Bolero (Leggiero Invisibile) (Luigi Arditi) Mine. Schumann-I leink.
Charles A. Sink, Secr4r ax'y.

Audi yu("lee('lub:
The Club will lead the stands in singing the "Yellow and Blue", this
t mroon a h game between halves. All members report at South East
(7i'ner of Yer ry ld (where team enters from Field Mouse), immediatel-y
atz the end of the first half. K~urt J. Ereniliek., Maiag-r.
ftlver-'Ilt c 311! gan Rand:
The hard will meet at 1:15 P.,lv. 'aturday to play for the Ohio State
jii i.'t he Varsity Band picture will be taken at this time.
111. C. SellIle 10:1.
The Cosmnopolitan' Club will meet at 2:30 P. M. on Sunday, November
15, at Spedd ng's Studio, 619 E. Liberty Street. At this time the Michigan-
ensian picture of the Club will be taken, and it is important that we have
a large attendance. Please try to be prompt. liar 31. 31aa11k, Pres.
Women's Educileatioai JClub:
Dues will be payable Monday, November 16, from 8 to 1.1. and from 1 to 2
mthe corridor in Tappan Hall. Dorothy Kiefer, Pr( ;.
Craft1smen:
There will be a meeting of the Craftsmen's Club at the Masonic Temple
Sunday, November 15th, at 2:30 P. M. sharp. A rehearsal will be held and
selections made at this time. All Master Masons welcome.
E. NeLay Crosby, Pres.
Sophoiore TBand :
All Sophomores who play band instruments report with instruments at
the Waterman (Gym. Saturday morning at 8:45. ILeslie Weston.
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1 5, at which tie delivery will
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signed up at the first part of the
year is now $4.

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SPrivate Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour les-,
sons, $5.00.
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STUDIO,
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