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THE PM1CICITAM PDAITVFIAY EEBE 8 Y a~ *.S*.fl* Jt*L

FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 18} 1

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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
9:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturdays).
Volume TI FRID^Y, DECEMBER 18, 1925 'ulniber 75
Action of the Discipline Commiit tee:
Mr. John P. Rowe, Lit, 26. having been found by the Committee guilty of
public intoxication and disorderly conduct on the night of Friday, December
11, 1925, has been suspendled from the University from the evening of De-
cember 17, 1925, up to and until January 11, 1926, and his parents notified
of this action.
W. A. Frayer, Chairmian.
College of Literature, 'science, and the Arts:
Arrangements have been made by the registration officers so that $tu-
dents in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts will be permitted
to complete their election and classification before the final examination
period, thus doing away with registration confusion during the final exami-
nation week. All students, therefore, should. arrange. to complete their elec-
tions6 and classification for the second semester during the four days from
January 18 to January 21, at the office of the Vecorder, Rooms 4-6, Univer-
sity Hall. Courses taken by freshmen the. first semester must be. continued
throughout the second semester, and in cases where there are no changes of
sections or other irregularities freshmen will be permitted to complete their
election and classificaticn without consulting the Committee on Elections.
Florence iliohr, Recorder.
Northern Oratorical Contest:
Orations for this contest are due Februjary 13 and must not exceed 1850
words. Only undergraduates above the Freshman Class who have not had
four years of college work are eligible. First honor, the Chicago Alumni
Medal and the Paul Gray testimonial of $100; second honor, $50. The win-
ner of, the Varsity contest will represent this University in the Northern
L ague, contest to be held at Madison, Wisconsin, May 7.
Thomas C. Trueblood.
Seniers y Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Students who expect to graduate in February, 1926, should come as
soon as possible to the Secretary's Office, 263 West Engineering Building, to
check over their credits. Camilla B. Green,. Assistant Secretary.
"Andtocles and the Lion":
Members of the cast of "Androcles and the Lion" will meet on Tuesday,
January 5, 3 P.. M., Auditorium of University Hall. Lines should be thor-
,oughly memorized by this time.
R. 1). T. Hllister.
Psychiology 31:
There will be an opportunity for a number of students to substitute ex-
perimental work for the last thesis in Psych. 31. The hours for experimen-
tation will be 10, 11, 1, 2, and 3 on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Please sign
for one of these hours on the lists posted on the Psych. bulletin board. Ex-
periments will be conducted in room 400 of the U. High School . The exact
date for the first hour, either Thursday, Jan. 7, or Tuesday, Jan. 12, will be
announced at the lecture hour .and in the 'Daily Bulletin.
This opportunity will not be open to those who have already worked
in- experiments with Mr. McClusky.
Howard Y. McClusky.

GOVERNEVSS OF61WYOMIING CALLED I at the present time. Governess Ross
_________EXAMPE__OF _FEMININE__ABILITY_ Says that she isto busy with her.
EXA I~ILE F F AIIZsJIVE BIL TY~official duties to familiarize herself
____________ with the particulars of the discourse.
'pary fom ffie beaus ofirrgu-about the efficiency of Governess Fer-
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Dec. 17. - De-patfrmoicbeusfreg- guson, andl therefore declines to comn-
spite the opinion of the nation at lar expenditures of public funds and ma on the matter. A
large as to the efficiently of Mrs. Mir-f laxity of the enforcement of the pro-,___________
iam Ferguson, governess of TexasIhibition law. At the present time she
friends of Mrs. Nellie Ross, governess is deeply engaged in an attempt to! LONDON.-The London Spectator,
of Wyoming, claim that Mrs. Ross' ad-! block the proposed five per cent in- one of the best knhown of the weekly
ministration proves that a government] crease in freight rates of the western1 rev iew~s, has passed from the hands
controlled by women can be as clean~ railroads. I of St. Loe Strachey to John Evelyn
and efficient as that cotole bI Wrench. Y. ,
mlen.cntold y IMrs. Ferguson and Mrs. Ross are,____________
Govrnes ossintiaed eradmn-the only two women holding guberna- Want a room? Read Page Seven
istatin b apealng o te Womig~torial positions in thre United States and use the Classified columns.--Adv.
legislature for laws compelling great-i______________________________________
*e r 'economy in local government. She1 UGSIN O HITA
Suggested the adoption of a system of SGETOSFO HITA
"ounty budgets, andy her plans 'have: Vittnse for> your. roovi-nimato anid tihe folks Nlck hionie, peniants,
iiowa fir canc of ein adotedbyl 1T ushtions, 31-jewlelry, anid a complete line of gifts that will niako
no ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 a aifhacno eig dptdbyne~) lipller.
heWyoming legislatu.re., 'heeGov- E1x cellentt display-tof (Cl'-Awas cards to carry the spirit of the season
rncss Ross was victorious in a battle 1 to all your friends. r
atgainst a plan to place the control of 4744 1111 South Unix ersity 4741
the banks in the hatids. ofa'- commis-+
sion selected by baniker's of the state'
and appointed a member oe the oppos-
Governess Ross has been uitbend IS- 'J
:gher friends declare, ie th en- aV*I"
forcement of lwsh~,xe'e
several members of lids own political a

After a ten year campaign, army officers finally have succeeded in
winning official approval of a new uniform for both aoffcers and enlisted
men. The "choke collar" will be discarded and a modern roll-collar sub-
stituted. At left is new uniform coat ; at right, the old. The material-
khaki, remains the same.

IThe -Michigan Calenda~r
~AN EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFT-75c.'
Michiga-Fai riteCollege Songs
NEW EDITION-$4.75

LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
The Daily. Items will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
GENERAL
Friday
Minor sports tryouts report tonight
and any night this week at Yost field
house.

All students who will be in town
are invited to attend a sleigh Fide
party followed by an oyster supper
to be held during vacation. Make
reservations at Wesley ball. Phone
6881.
H-AVANA.- Reports from the pro-
vinces of Camaguey and Oriente says
the sugar planters have broken off re-
lations with mill owners.
PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.

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GILBERTS' CHOCOLATES

by dialing 21914, and the truck, will
call for the gifts.
the6 Yule-tide entertainment for the
Spatients began last evening when the
Girls' Glee club sang carols in the
is south department of the building. It
will continue throughout the week
with a childrens party Monday, and a
ion general party for all the patients
Ls Tuesday. At this party, the children
will present a play written by them-
1selves while in the hospital. Carols
will be sung by St. Andrew's choir
Christmas eve and by the nursesI
Christmas morning.
whIo very adult patient will receive a
over gift, the King's Daughters presenting
the women with bed jackets, suitable
urg- gifts being provided for the men by
:t of the Rotary club.,
the 1__________
iday
nay Superstition Aids
los e In River .Dredging
s of PEKING, Dec. 17.-Superstition has
uch
for caused Kuo Chuen-yen, a Hongkong
the millionaire, to donate $200,000 for the
res restoration of two rivers to their
nworiginal channels.
1 i At Ni-Shan, in Shantung province,
ear birthplace of Confucius, the Chu and
to Sze are silting up, thus, according to }
cial superstition, being responsible for a
;atf gradual decline in classical learning
who irnClina.
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ties Knute Rockne, Notre .Dame coach,
ent plans to spend the winter in Europe.
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If you get first choice from our stock. Everything is moving fast, you
know!i First here is first served. We still have a nicey selection of Christmas
gifts to. s ffoin.
Don't forget Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Sweetheart or Friend. Christ-
mas comes oply once a year.- So' make your friends happy with, a suitable
gift. Come Jo our store and be convinced that we carry as complete a stock
to select from as there is in the city.
Wishing you a Merry Christmas.

WOOLEN

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D ON'T wait until the third quarter of life!1
Everybody who's anybody is going.:
Ask about "Cunard College Specials", now!
You'll like the ship-a modern Cunarder offering
,splendid accommodations.
You'll like the trip-an ocean voyage par excel-
lence, and then London, Paris-the Continent!
You'll like the crowd-a splendid aggregation of
university men and women.
The cost? We almost blush when we mention. it
'-it's so modest.

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Christmas day only, the
Arcade C'afeteria will
remain open throughout
the entire vacation time

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