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'AGE EIGHT W h 7

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAT! Y 1~~T LPN7ehA .iTn' 1I

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Doctor W. I Mayo of R(
Baltimore, Maryland.
This meeting will be
other Faculties are invit
Freshman Lecture:
The third frshmen l
man Gymnasium, Thurs
and 5 P. M. This require
training classes and othe
Fidiers, lDedcationi of lnii
The following are re
In Iill Auditorium Thurs
N.i. Amos
H1. Mortimer Bishop
Robert J. Cooper
Ennis H. Corley
Andre i. Cortopassi
Francis B. Fralick
Carl L.. i les._:.
C. R. Rit sshofer
PloasU-report to Dr. C
7:30 P. M.",
Faculty, Guest, Meber
Thye folowig sectin
Dedicaq~ Exercises Nov.
MeditqaVFaulty andG
MMJ h State Med ic
UVtP~rs VtY aculties--*
to Senior Lteary Stud
Those who have nots
do so at the office of the n'
day this week between S
To Members of Seior Ed
There will be a Senir
18, at 5:00 P. M., TappaIi
Freshman Engineers:
Professor H. C. Ande
gineering, wil address th
in Room 348. Every fresh
Business Administration1
Mr. Burke of the Kn
talk on "Time and Motion
Room 304 of the Union a
students in Management, i
be interested in this line o
To Presidents of All Camyi
All fraternities, soror
space in the 1926 Michign
The Michganensian office i
To Treasurers of All Cam
All treasurers shouldj
at the various banks whr
To All Graduate StudetsI
.,There will be a moeetir
109, Tappan Hall on Wedn
of organizing a Graduate K
Nonley 3
Public Lecture:
Dr. Helen Woolley, P
troit, will speak at 4 P. M.
School Auditorium. Dr. W
the Nursery School to the
The Laugh Ri

"Two Gentlemen of Verona": I ]J2usic .A ndDr m
OF IILSections I and II of the Shakespearean Reading classes will presentDr m
OFFCIA DOLITu scenes from "Two Gentlemen of Verona" Thursday, November e "19Y, e9, at 7:30 ron udfmPgFu)
P. M., i h uioimo University H-all. This recital is open to the gram.thnednamPCarles Fliorob
Continued from Page Seven) -.public. L. ict. gamI TenaesCaryesMoris, a-
ochester, Minnesota, and Doctor W. S. Thayer of Frosh Glee Club:per but in our minds they have no
separate existence. As actors they do
The next rehearsal will be held tonight in Rooml 308 of the Michigan not concern us. They are simply
of general interest and the public and members ofUno.BigMciaBngbkswtyu.Rhralillstfm
etoatn.Hugh Cabot. Uin rn ihgnsn ok ihiu eera ills rm Eben Cabot, Epraim Cabot, and Ab
A oatn.seven to eight. IKurt J. Krmiick, Manager. E bi Putman.**
ctrinHgeefrmnwlbegvnnwae-University of Mitligan Land: 3ICciG " ARTIS
lyur anHFriay, Novemer 19thbegiand20thater- The regular weekly rchearsal of the band will be held at 7:30 P. M. A New H-aven paper carries the an-
>mont includes all freshmen in the regular physical Wvednesday. Every bandsman should be present and in his place at 7251 nounzcement that H-arry Burnett, one
:rs that have been excused from these classes. P. M. T. C. Selneirla. of the founders of The Puppeteers and
Geo. A. May. I a graduate of the University in 1923
______________ University Women-Womn's League is conducting a sries of marionette
dversit y Hospital: Mliss Margaret Elliott, Assistant Professor in Personnel Management, classes in the Little Theater of Yale
gested to act as ushers for the dedication exercises ( will give a conference on Personnel Work for women, Wednesday, Nov. 18th, university.
at 4:15 o'clock, in Room 408, Main Library. Women from all classes are Mr. Burnett is studying with George
day and Friday evening, Nov. 19th and 20th: nie t ted Pierce Baer this year.
Southard T. Flynn inie oatn.
Walter A.Festrmacher Marie van Osenbruggen, Cairman, Vocation Guidance Commnittee. I-
MurrayE. Goorich :15- Ajitnal Mayo lecture given by
MuirayER. Goric Botanical Semilnar: Dr. W. J. Mayo in Natural Science
Cal1.HbrBotanical Seminar meets Wednesday, November 18, at 4:30, 1173 N. S. oirum
Win. A. MacVay Bldg. Paper by C. G. Kiukarni-"Inheritance studies of the white cap in 4:4--Rehearsal of Palmer ('ristan
Dean M. Richmon yellow dent corn."~ B. M. Davis. choir at Congregational church.
_________________________ .):0-Discussiomi of experiments on
Carl W. Swanson
Ui S. Niaval Reserve Force: .""Color Contrasts" and "After I-
Davi M. eeksages," room P162, Natural Science
arleton B. Pierce at the Auditorium not later than The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held Wednes- building.
GeogeC.AdeAsisumt o heDen. day, Nov. 18th, at 7:30 P. M., in the R. . T. C. Drill Hall. Lee. 7 :005:00-Daincing classes for men,
___________________ L Barbour gymnasium.
iof Michigan State Medical Society: 7:3-Scenes front "Two Gentlemen
ns will be reserved in Hill Auditorium for the La Sociedad lisp anica: of Verona," presented by sections
19th and 20th: There will be a short but important meeting of La Sociedad Hispanica I and I of Shakespearean reading
~uetsSec 3 Ros toQ.this evening at 7:30 in Rooms 30G Michigan Union for the purpose of dis- classes in University Hall.
Guets-ee.3,Row A o . tibuin th letue tckes.Marshall I. Levy. 8 :00-Formal dedication of the new
alSociety-Sec._2,_RowsAtoR.LUniversity hospital at Hill auditor-
-See. 4, Rows A to R. ScbadiudBae m.
George C. Adie, Assistant to the Deant. S7:15aat the Union. 10 :0-Union' life membership cam.
___________Regular meeting Wednesday 71 tteUin gaign workers report at the Union.
, D. A. Hlolm. _________
~nts: I j a MONROE.-Mayor Gilmore and the
signed an application for the Memorial Fund may1 RoundtlU Club: city commission recently approved
M'emorial Committee in Alumni Memorial Hall anyI Special meeting Round-Up Club, Room 306, Wednesday evening, Novem- the proposition of establishing a mun-
A. M. and 5 P. M. Harry C. Messer. ber 18thi, 7:30 P. M. All members are requested to be present. icipal court in Monroef under a spe-
0. W. Williams. cial act of the Michigan legislature.
lucationa Class: _______________
WINDSOR, Ont.-Windsor will vote
r Education Class meeting Wednesday, November Polonia Literary Circle:De.7owhtritfvsteD-
Hall, Room 109. Every one urged to be present. Polonia Literary Circle will meet tonight at 7:00 P. M. in Lane Hal. trocit-Wndsoretbrigeavproj e-
Erni Shml~zSec. Mr. John Wedda of Detroit will speak. All interested are invited to attend._______________
J. W. Kimek, Vc-rs I PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
rson, Head of the Department of Mechanical En -__________________
ie Freshman Assembly this morning at 11 o'clockGO N j
imn holdbepesnt W ATSC. 0. Wisler, Freshman M1entor. N~otices to appear in this column must Ai y La h r Go s
_____________________ be lft in the b o at th e Daily office
131: provided for that purpose before 4:00
131: o c'ock receding the day f isue
i-Owens Machine' Co. will give a very interesting "-e tee i
zStudy," at the regular assembly this evening in WED)NESDAYSeths quality bult
tt 7:30. This assembly while given primarily for 11:004-Prof. Jamies F. Norris speaksBiladCrFos
s open to other students on the campus who may in the Chemical amphitheater.BiladCrFos
f work. Wm. It. Arnold.' 4:00-Dr. Helen W{ooley speaks .at Un-. Pocket Books
-___________________iversity high school auditorium.
pus Organizations: 4 :1-,Iliss Margaret Elliott conducts
a conference on "Personnel Work at our store.
ities, and campus organizationrs wishing to have for Women" in room 408, Library.,
nensian must contract and pay for space at'once. 15~:-0-emiahl meeting Ink honor of
is open every day from 2:00 until 5:00 o'clock. the late Hon. Levi L. Barbour at I Eb r a h & o o
Forrest Heath, Organizations M4anagr. Betsy Barbour house.L'b r a h &n C .
:00 -Polonia Literary circle meets in j
pus Organizations: Lane hall. 20-02E LbrtIt
make sure that their signatures will be honored 7 :0O.8:40-lDancing classes for wzor-
e accounts are run before writing checks. en Barbour gymnasium.
Forrest Heath. 7~:15-Scabbard and Blade meets at
n___________ the Union. l_
in Education:s 7:J0-Mr. Burke speaks on "Time a Ei!EEamIIII
and Motion Study," room 304, Un- w
g of all graduate students in Education in Room ion. WN
Clb om36 no.A Go at Hias Little Brain P'ower-mn
zsday, November 18, at 7:00 P. M. for tire purpose 7;30-La Sociedad Hspanica sleets in Wi am
111.Ellis, Chairman, Committee on Organization. X7:3-Les Voyageurs meets in the cab- nu J Ia ii 1 hata Stomach!"
110 :41-I'iion life n nberstip cam.- HalIan
sychologist of the Merrill-Pahner School of Do- paign workers meet at the Union. ~lI o a otsSoahyucudsr e o i
Wednesday, November 18, at the University High I ""will 1~ f '
rolyssubject is: "The Educational Value of ' 20,-wimn n clshnc
Chl n oIsHome." 1:0-Simn dcaiteIsOn-ly a Mttnhed eats like a Goat-anything--any-
chid nd o tsdrill, open to all faculty members, 0' onwc
Mayelle H. Whitney. under the tutelage of Coach Mann. ie-anywhere. it
'lYu ri hudbe more tana Bme.Bt i
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am will function properly only in proportion to the consideration J
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_ Its a reatcon enie ce t w;THE TAVERN'S rations are balanced to suit the need
EEKbe able to purchase all your =~ of healthy students. Eat regularly and forget your stomach.E
dairy ~suppliesatn place. Two meals a day for $5.0}0, three for $6.50. Tickets
uair aL neR bought today at this rate will be good for an entire week. la

_In fte ad a tg s o We also serve single meals and short orders as before.
I ~buying them here. H
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