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Genuine Football
Weather Forecast
CHICAGO, Nov. 20.-The closing'
lays of Western Conference football
this year may have the only real foot-
ball weanther of theean if t fb fn ~

the country. The temperature will be
moderate for the period. Fair weather
will prevail from the Great Lakes and
Indiana westward to the northern
Rockies over the week-end.
BOMBAY.-The loss of life in the
cyclonic storm which swept the coast

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ARCHITECTS' AND ARTISTS'
MATERIALS
Specials dhat you Need. Eclinug Display by Horter & Wight in
our windows show quality anid (ciaracter of these supplies.
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cast is right.f at 700 and the damage at 100,000
"For the first time in a considera- pounds ang.
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"the weather conditions are settled in
the western and central portions of PAY YOUR SUBSCRWUION NOW.

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Candies

Your Sweet Tooth Wants the' Best!
Our select array of sweets satisfy the most fastidious.

Any of the following will please.

Cosy Corner Tea Room
330 MAYNARD STREET
Opp. Nickels Arcade

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A view of the great crowd which gathered to hear "Il
foreign minister and dictator of all Italy, speak at a Fascist
er growing daily, has thrust the king into the background,

Benito" Muss olini, prime minister, minister of war,
meeting in Rome, Mussolini (arrow) with his pow-
and is emerging as a modern Caesar.

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Marshmallows, 50c lb. Chocolates and BonBons,
Peanut Brittle, 50c lb. 60c lb.
Blondes, 75c lb. Milk Chocolates, 65c lb.
Wrapped Caramels, 60c lb.
Delightful boxes and baskets for Thanksgiving.
Usual week end special of mixed candies, 50c per box.

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D-AILY OFIIA BULLETIN
Publication 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).
Volume VI SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1925 Number 53

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Fine Arts 101 and 115:
There will be no lecture on Monday, November 23.

B. M. Donaldson.

Bacteriology 3a:
The first meeting of the class (bacteriological laboratory) for literary,
pharmic and graduate students will be held Monday, November 23 at 1:00
o'clock in the West Amphitheater of the Medical Building. Come prepared
with note book, laboratory coat and $5.00 Hygienic Laboratory Ticket (ob-
tainable at the Treasurer's Office). l ey
Philip Hadley.

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International Banquet:

All students from countries other than Canada and the United States
who have not received invitation to the third International Dinner given
under the auspices of the Student Christian Association and the University
Y. W. C. A. to be held in the Michigan Union 5:30 P. M. Wednesday, Nov.
25th, are urged to call Mr. Grafton, 4261, before Monday evening. Guest
tickets will be issued. C. A. Stevens.
Iichigan Glee Club:
The whole Club will siig the "Yellow and Blue" at the game this after-
noon. Members enter at the Southeast corner of Ferry Field, (where the
team enters from the Field House), immediately at the end of the first half.
Kurt J. Krenilick, Manager.
University of Michigan Band:
Report at Morris Hall promptly at 1:10 P. M. Roll call at 1:20 P. M.
The band picture will be taken at 1:30 P. M., so promptness is necessary.
L I& LJ M ' Paul Schlanderer, Student Manager.
Mail addressed to the following persons will be on callat the General

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Dlaily. Items will be published on I
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by 4 P. M.
GENERAL
Saturday
Paintings executed by Henry G.
Kellar and etchings by Alfred Hutty
are still on exhibition between the
hours of 1:30 and 5 o'clock in Alumni
Memorial hall.
Members of the Harvard club will
entertain alumni of Harvard univer-
sity, who are attending the game this
afternoon, with a dinner at 6 o'clock
in the Union. A program has been,
prepared, and Alfred H. Lloyd, dean
of the Graduate school, is toastmast-
er.
Regular dance at 9 o'clock in the
Union; preference to all seniors.
Sunday
The Philippine-Michigan club will
meet at 3 o'clock in Lane hall.
RELIGIOUS
Saturday
The Upper Room Bible class meets
between 7 and 8 o'clock tonight in
Lane hall.
Sunday
Baptist girls are to gather for al
Thanksgiving breakfast at 9 o'clock
in the Guild house.
"Football and the Christian Life" I
will be the subject of Dr. Merle HI.
Anderson's talk, intended especially
for athletes, at 10:45 o'clock in the
Presbyterian church.
MANILA.-The freighter Don Jose'
sank Thursday off the northern coast!
of Formosa. The ship and its cargo'
of 20,000 tons of coal were reported
totally lost, but all members of thel
crew were saved.

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On the Campus

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Sat. Dinner - 6:00-7:30
Sun. Dinner 12:30-2:00
Supper 5:00-9:00

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Delivery window, Main 0
Anderson, Alfred J.
Asuzano, E. A.
Bower, Dale J.
Broderick, Miss Lucille
Burbower, Miss .Carrie
Donvayo, James
Eichhorn, Fred
Emery, H. C.
Good, H. C.
Gorham, Miss Francis
Hauhart, Prof. F. W.
Herrera, Guilermo D.
Hoffer, C. R.
Jackson, Cornelius
Lauder, George Mrs.
Lemire, William
Lowrey, Harvey H,
Maier, Ray N
Medill, Dale
Millet, Chas.
Morningstar, Miss Jean

fice, until November 30th, 1925:
O'Connel, George 0.
Peralta, Ferenco
Piester, Prof. E. A.
Pool, Dr. H. H.
Pronobe, Ricardo, Sr.
Racimo, Leocadio
Scott, Morely
Shiyohara, Miss Hide
Valentine, Miss Mildred
Wertzberger, Robert J.
- West, Miss Florence
West, Miss Florence L.
Whang, Luang, Kai
Wheeler, Mr.
White, Holmes
Whitney, Mrs. Albert N.
Williams, Jesse Lynch
Williams, Dr. L. R.
Winter, C. J.
Wilson, Charles
Withers, John N.

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Phone 6338

"One 9Ian.f Tells Another"

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Talking Over the Game
Tonight
There will be ,the usual disciussion of tho
plays and the players. - There will be
the criticism of bad judgment and the
sanction of good selection. Smoke from
cigars and cigarettes will .dill the room.
The air is thick and stuffy.-coats will be
removed and then the quality of laundry
is revealed. If your laundry is THE
VARSITY, you may sit at ease.

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Junior Engineers:
There was not a majority vote on color for jackets id lst cas meeting.
Final vote will be held in Engineering building on Second our nuar the
Arch on Monday,.November 23. Leon rd Hinder,
Chalrman, Ju fnior 1 I Commzitt'

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The Typewriter and Stationery Store

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Mouse Dances:
In addition to the list of house d, ani to take p1ae tunight w ich as
announced in yesterday's Daily, te fi wing will be he d:
Beta Theta Pi
Garlma Sigma.
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