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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice ,to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant td the Pyesident until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Sat-urdays).
Volume VI SMND1)Y, NaVEMBER 15, 1925 Number 41

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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." I. L. Sharman.
Graduate English Club:
The November meeting of the Graduate English Club will be held in
Room 304, Michigan Union, at eight o'clock Monday evening, November 16.
Dr. H. C. Hutchins will read a paper on "Some Early Imitations of Robinson
Crusoe." Paul V. Kreider.
La ScIedad Hspanica-Lecture Series:
The followiang is the lecture program for 1925-1926 to be presented
under the auspices of La Sociedad Hispanica: Nov. 19, The Real Spain
(Illustrated), 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 lecture 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.
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.
Rules Governing Decorations in University Buildings
In order to comply with the Fire Marshal's rules regarding decorations
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 permissible, but photos may be taken with
electric arc lamps. All wiring for special lighting is to be done under the
supervision of the Builings & Grounds electrician foreman and by regular
electricians employed by the University
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds.
PublicL Lecture on Personality:
Dr. Clarence Yoakum of the Business Administration school will give a
lecture on the "Measurement of Personality" at Lane Hall, Monday evening
from 7 to 8. -4Harold R. Williams.
Michigan Glee Club:
The rehearsal Monday evening will be held in Hill Auditorium at 7:00
sharp. Kurt J. Kremllck, Manager.
Fresh Glee Club:
Every man who has tried out for membership can find out whether he
has made the Club Monday afternoon between 3:30 and 4:30. There will be
a rehearsal of the Club at 5:00 P. M. Monday afternoon.
Kurt J. Kremlick, Manager.
Inter-Fraternty Council:
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.
Freshmen Women:
The second required Hygiene lecture will be Monday, November 16, at
4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angel Hall. Bring blue books. Margaret Bell.
University Symphony Orchestra This Afternoon:
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, con-
ductor, Albert Lockwood, pianist, will give the following program in Hill
Auditorium this afternoon at4-:15 o'clock:
Overture "Egmont," Op. 84 (Beethoven); Norwegian Rhapsody, No. 1,
Op. 17 (Svendsen); Concerto, Op. 16 F minor (Henselt) Mr. Lockwood;
Elegy, G major (Strings) (Tschaikovsky); Ballet Suite "La Source"
(Delibes). Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 17,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. N. W. Galli-Shohat will speak on
"Optical Phenomena in Mloving Media." All interested are cordially invited
to attend. R. A. Sawyer.
Men's Educational Club:
The meeting announced for this Monday will be postponed a week, be-
cause of cancellation by the speaker.
Ralph Van Hoesen, President.
Cosmopolitan Club; Board of Directors:
The regular meeting of the Board of Directors will be omitted this
Monday, November 16th. Nur M. Malik, Pres.
Philippine Michigan Club:
Every member must be present promptly at 10 o'clock Sunday morning
at Spedding's Studio for Michigan ensian picture.

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Philippine Michigan Club:'
The first social of the club will be held Sunday between 3 and 5 o'clock
at Helen Newberry and every member must be present.,
E. Manzanero, Secretary.
-Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Research Club will be held in the Histological
Laboratory, Medical Building, Wednesday, November 18, at 8 P. M. Program:
Prof. Campbell Bonner, "Recreations and Conjectures;" Prof. H. H. Bartlett,
"The Anomalies of Inheritance." There will be a meeting of the Council
at 7:30. J. R. Hayden, Secretary.
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