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DAILY SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1

PAGE EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY A 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 SUMDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1925 Number 59

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Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Midsemester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report not later than No-
vember 30th the nanes of all students whose standing is at this time lower
than C. More cards, if needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students
enrolled in this College. W. R. Humphreys. Asst. Dean.
Mldsemester Report Cards:
Midsemester report cards have been distributed to the heads of depart-
ments. Instructors are requested to report not later than December 2 the
names of all students whose standing is at this time lower than C. More
cards, if needed, can be had at my oflice.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students
enrolled in this school.
A. S. Whitney, Dean.
Bureau of Appointments-A and B:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with A or B are requested to call at the office, Room 102 Tappan Hall,
for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held from
10:30 to 12:00 A. M. and 3:00 to 4:00 P. M., December 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Margaret Cameron.
COvil Engineering Students:
Professor John S. Worley will give the 3rd and 4th lectures of his
course on Transportation in Room 311 W. Engineering Building, Monday,
November 30th, at 10 o'clock and Tuesday, December 1, at 8 o'clock A. M.
These lectures will deal with primitive forms of transportation, early water
triansportation and artificial transportation and the deep canal built 2500
years ago between Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea. Lectures illus-
trated, some of the illustrations being of boat models 4000 years old.
All Civil Engineering Senior classes at these hours will be excused and
attendance of upper classmen requested. All others interested in the sub-
ject will be welcome. H. E. Riggs.
Tumbling Act, Sophomore Circus:
Tumblers will practice Monday at 8 P. M., in Barbour Gymnasium.
Anice Hall.
Junior Class of Education:
There will be a meeting of the Junior Class of Education on Monday,
November 30th, 1925, at 4:00 P. M. in room 109, Tappan Hall.
Harlow 0. Tubbs, Pres.
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, December 2, at 4:30, B173 N. S.
Bldg.s Paper by B. M. Davis-"The history of oenothera floras in England."
B M. Davis.
Michigani OeO Club:
ThA x11e' Clubiwill rehearse tomorrow night at seven in the School of
Musih 'eA' orium. All outstanding tickets and money must be turned in at
this time.- Kurt J. Iiremllk, Manager.
Junior Isearch Club:
The i gular meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 1, at 7:30 P.M.
in Roofi2 N. S. Initiation of new members will take place. The following
papers will be read: "Acetylsalicylate-Some Physical Constants and rate
of Hydrolysis in Various Solutions" by L. R. Wagener. Professor F. Paw-
lowski, hed of the Dept. of Aeronautical Engineering will give the main
paper of the evening, the subject to be announced at the meeting.
L. . Wagener, Secretary.
EconomIc" Crlub
The t eeting scheduled for Monday evening, November 30, has been
postpon Uto 'Monday evening, December 14.
>. L. Sarfman.
Cosmopotitan Club; Board of Directors:
The v ly meeting of the Board of Directors will be held at 4:00
o'clock"on M 'nday, November 30th, in Room 302 University Hall.
Nur M. Malik, Pre.
Men's Educational Club:
President D. B. Waldo, of Western State Normal, Kalamazoo, will be
the speaker at a meeting to be held at 7 o'clock Monday evening, Nov. 30,
in room 306 of the Michigan Union.
All men interested in education are invited.
Ralph Van Hoesen, President.
Freshmen Women:
The fourth required Hygiene lecture will be on Monday, November 30,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.

SR E L I G I O U S spirituals at the Congregational
LOCAL EVENTS Sunday church on various occasions. One
Sunday morning Upper Room will be given following the motion
For notices not otherwise mentioned in I1Bible class meets at 9:30 o'clock in picture service.
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must ; Lane hall.
be submitted to the Local Events_- WASHINGTON.-In 1850 the public1
Editor by a P. M. Palmer Christian choir o fthe Con- domain comprised practically all of the1
gregational church rehearses at 9:45 Western states and the greater por-
G E N E R A L o'clock in the School of Music. tion of the Southern states.
Sunday
It is requested that every member Friendship hour will be observed CONSTANTINOPLE. - The motor
of the Varsity band be present for re-las usual at 5:30 o'clock in the Bapt- hearse is the latest occidental inno-
hearsal at 2:30 o'clock in Morris hall. ist Guild house. vation in Turkey
Section leaders are asked to meet at
2:15 o'clock. Congregational students are invited PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
to attendl the student supper at 5:30
For the purpose of planning the re- o'clock in the church.
caption to be given by the Philippine-
Michigan club in honor of Senator Rensis Likert, president of the S.
Osmena, resident Philippine indepen- C. A., will speak on "Student Inter-
dent commission, a special meeting of est in the World Court" at 6:30 o'-
that organization has been called for clock in Lane hall.
3 o'clock in Lane hall.
1 Professor Dickenson will discuss
Monday J the World Court in the course of the I
All members of the class of '27 of Congregational fireside chat at 6:30
the School of Business Administra- o'clock in the church.
tion who have not paid their dues
are to be given the opportunity of do- Congregational motion picture ser-
ing so Monday, Nov. 30, between 1 vice, showing "The Beloved Vaga-
and 4 o'clock in room 203, Tappan j bond," at 8 o'clock.
hall.
The Kentucky Harmony Jubilee
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW. singers are scheduled to sing negro

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/ FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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Bristle Goods

Leather Goods
- Stationery

Kodaks, etc.

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200-202 E. Liberty St.

SELECT YOUR CHRISTMAS
Greeting Cards now. Nothing carries the holiday spirit to anyone
more than an appropriate Chritmas message. Come .in and take
advantage of our fine selection now.
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An authority on correct dress for men says
that "not painfully new, but well-kept garments
are the mark of good breeding." -
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Margaret Bell.

The total annual loss from worthless securities in the United
States reaches a staggering amount. Get-rich-quick schemes
seem to hold a fatal allure for many people. So smooth sales-
men of doubtful ethics make their killing easily. Sometimes the
savings of a life-time are swept away over night, leaving the
unfortunate victims dependent upon family, friends or= society
for support during their declining years.
Not always the unwary are victims. Sometimes the most careful
investigation and analysis will fail to disclose the fatal defect in
a security. But in the great majority of cases a little care would
protect the investor.
Obviously everybody cannot spend the time necessary to thor-
oughly investigate each of the hundreds of securities offered.
It would take diligent study to become qualified to pass an
intelligent opinion on many securities.
Your banker is called on daily to give his opinion on securities.
Perhaps his years of experience fit him in a measure to offer you
intelligent counsel in making your investment selections. In addi-
tion he is fortified with the vast store of information furnished
by the recognized rating, houses in the country, who make it
their business to thoroughly investigate every issue. While not
infallible, his suggestions will be of value. Of this you may be
certain, if every man would consult his banker before investing,
much of the loss from poor securities would be saved.
ANN ARBIDOR SAVINGS. BANK

Instructors of Engineering Freshmen:
Will all those instructors who have engineering freshmen in their
classes, for whom they have not already filled out mentor reports, please
fill out and return these reports at once.
C. 0. Wisler, Freshman Mentor.

SMUGGLING OF CHINESE
UNCOTERED AT HUNOLULU
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 28.-Immi-
gration officers here expressed keen
interest today in the purported wide-
spread conspiracy to smuggle Chinese
into the United States which was un-
covered Thursday night at Honolulu,
with the discovery of Chinese posing
as dead men and hiding in as many
coffins deep in one of the holds of the'
Dollar liner President Lincoln, which
is .enroute to San Francisco from the
Orient.
The discovery grew out of informa-
tion received from the Orient by'A. E.
Burnett, district director of immigra-
tion for Hawaii. The information,'

from special agents, said that 15
Chinese had been dispatched by a
smuggling ring and Tong Nam, an
agent of the conspirators, a Chinese
member of the crew, was to receive
$1,100 for each alien landed safely.
Dean Day's Father
Is Taken By Death
Dean Edmund E. Day of the School
of Business Administration left Thurs-
day afternoon for Worcester, Mass.,
where he was called by the serious
illness of his father, Mr. Ezra A. Day,
who died Friday morning. The fun-
eral will be held today. Dean Day
will return to Ann Arbor Tuesday.
A portrait painter invented the tele-
graph.

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