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ThURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26,
DAILY OFFICIAL 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 V1 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1925 Number 57
Local Art Exhibit:
Prospective exhibitors at the exhibition of local art are 'requested to
bring or send their exhibits to Prof. Donaldson's room in Memorial Hall be-
fore Friday noon, November 27. The Hall will be closed on Thursday.
Carlton W. Angell, Chairman of Committee.
Owing to my absence from Ann Arbor this class will not meet again
until Monday, November 30. F. N. Scott.
The next meeting of the Economics Club will be held Monday evening,
November 30, at 7:30 in Room 104 Economics Building. Professor Ulrich
B. Phillips of the History Department will speak on "Plantations with Slave
Labor and Free." I. L. Sharfman.
Four One-Act Plays:
"The Rescue," "Mis' Mercy," "Sintram of Skagerrak," and "Pan In Pim-
lico" will be presented in University Hall Friday and Saturday nights
promptly at 8:00 o'clock as the second program in the Play Production
series. Tickets may be had at the door.
P. D. T. Hollister.
Manuscripts for the January issue of the Inlander will be received at
the Press building until December S. M. E. Cooley.
R ELIGIOUS I
LOCAL EVENTS The Thanksgiving service in St.
Andrews Episcopal church will be
For notices not otherwise mentioned in hl t1.0tdyisedo t1
The Daily. Items will be published on held at 10:30 today instead of at 11
two successive days only. Copy must o'clock. The Rev. H. L. Lonsdale will
be submitted to the Local Events preach on "The Pilgrims."
Editor by 4 P. M.
G E N E R.Lto B9DGNW "SET
Local artists will have a chance C
exhibit their products in the west gal-
of Alumni Memorial hall from
Dec. 1 to 13. The exhibition is open
to all students and townspeople whose Greetings to and from President
work' may be designated as creative iClarence Cook Little and the Build-
art. I Ings and Grounds department are in-
cluded in the Thanksgiving issue of
The exhibition will include oils, the Buildings and Grounds News, the
water colors, pastels, all forms of first of the year, which appeared yes-
black and white (including photo- terday.
graphs), sculpture, landscape- design, The publication. which is now in
nterior decoration, jewelry, leather its second year, has expanded to 12
vork, basketry, batic, gesso, and pages, and contains, aside from de-
weaving. The piece exhibited must partmental news, an outline of some
be suitably framed or mounted, ac- of the activities carried on by the
:ompanied by the name and address department.
f the exhibitor, and the title on cards
urnished by the art association. In STAUNTON, Va.- The automobile
ddition, a duplicate list of all exhibits used by Woodrow Wilson during his
offered, together with the value, if occupancy of the White house is to
he article is for sale, must accom- be preserved here in connection with
arry the exhibit. ithe birthplace hemorial to the war
Prospective exhibitors are asked to President.
notice that the time limit for which
xhibits will be received at Professor Let The Daily sell it for you thru
)onaldson's office has been extended the Classified columns.-Adv.
o tomorrow because of the holiday
Officers Testify For Mitchell
10 A. M. to 10 P. M.
Private Lessons Daily
Adults' Class every Monday and
Friday. Fifteen one-hour - les-
20. WierthArcade Phone 8328
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Affirmative testimony of brother officers is lending strength to the
defense of Col. William Mitchell in the court-martial proceedings against
him growing out of his charges of inefficiency in the air service. Top:
Major. Carl Spatz (right), famed world war flier, who backed Colonel
Mitchell in statements before the court martial board, with (left) Major
I4amphier, commander First Pursuit squadron, called as a witness. Bot-
tom: Colonel Mitchell with Capt. Robert Oldys (left) who testified that
the air service is being neglected.
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MINORITY VIWS ON TAX
BILL TO BE GIN HOUSE
(By Associated Press)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 25. -Minority
views on the non-partisan tax bill
unanimously ordered reported by the
House ways and means committee
will be presented to the house, it was
said yesterday by Representatives
Rainey, Illinois, and Hull, Tennessee,
Democratic members of the committee.
Annual Tea Dance
lobby of the building. Phil Diamond's
orchestra will play from 2:30 to 5:30
o'clock. Tickets are $1.
LONDON.- Informal conversations
are in progress betwen the British
foreign office and Washington, regard-
ing the scope of the proposed naval
disarmament conference. i
NOTICE TO OUR PATRONS.
In order to give our employes an
opportunity to enjoy their Thanks-
giving dinner, we will close all of our
Service Stations on Thanksgiving day
OF TICKETS TO
SOPIL PREFERENCE ENDS
FOR PROM APPLICATIONS
Distribution of applications
for the Sophomore prom to be
he14 Pee. 11 in the, Union ball
room will be continued from 2
until 5 o'clock today at the side
desk in the lobby of the Union.
Today is the last day that pre-
ference will be given to mem-
bers of the class of '28; mailing
of acceptance cards was begun
fruom ± IP. M1. until 5 P. M ti. We would
Tickets For S leappreciate it if you would arrange to
obtain your supplies for that day
Tickets for the annual Thanksgiv- before 1 P. M. or after 5 P. M.
ing day tea dance in the ball room
of the Union this afternoon may still THE MICHIGAIIME OIL COIPANY
be secured at the desk in the main
Twentieth Annual Union Opera
Which Plays at the Whitney Theatre
Evenings of Dec 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and
Matinee Saturday, December 12
Will Be Held for Union Members Only
Best Wishes for
Just a few days left to get
extra free trouserp with every
suit ordered from the Eng-
lish - American corporation.
A guaranteed line of import-
ed and domestic woolens.
A. C. Barth
"Custom Tailor of
SATU R DAY
2 t® 5 P. M.
at the Desk in the Union Lobby
Flowerday & Son
IKELs ARCADE PHONE 7014
Floivers by Wire
This is the last chance for Union members to get tickets ahead of University
women and townspeople. Box office sale for University women will be
held from 2 to 5 o'clock Monday at Hill Auditorium. Women should secure
applications at the office of the Dean of Women.
General Box Office Sale at Whitney Theater
beginning Wednesday, December 2
Prices-$3.00, $2.50, $2.00 and $1.50
P H0 T G R A PHS
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