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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 192

DAILY OFFICIAL

BULLETIN

SLOG OF COLUMBUSROUTE ANNOUNCED

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)..

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11,. 1926

Number 39

Professor Kirsopp Lake, of llarvard University, will lecture in Natural
Science Auditorium on Thursday, Nov. 11, at 4:15 p.m., on "Manuscripts of
the New Testament." This is the second of a series of lectures by Profes-
sor Lake to be given under the auspices of the School of Religion.
The public is cordially invited.

Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The November mieeting of the Literary Faculty will
November 15th, at 4:10 p.m. in Room 2225 Angell Hall.
sent the Report of the Committee on Curriculum of
Years, of which he is chairman.
Jo

Leroy Waterman.
be held on Monday,
Dean Day will pre-.
Junior and Senior
An R. Effinger.

Members of Engineering Faculty Interested in Mechanies of Internal Work:
You are invited to attend a series of discussions led by Professor J. A.
Van den Broeck, in Room 445, West Engineering Building, at 4:00 P. M., each
Thursday, commencing November 11th.
G. W. Patterson.
Students Interested in Flying:
A U. S. Naval Aviation Reserve Unit will be organized tonight at
7:30 in Room 1042 E. Eng. Building. The unit is open to all stu-
dents of the University, and University credit will be arranged for certain
subjects.
E. A. Stalker.
Experimental Education C40, Thursday Section:
Experiment III on Problem. Solving will form the basis of the discus-
sion for the Thursday Section of Exlerimental Education. It will be nec-
essary for each member of the class to bring his report and questionnaire
in order to participate in the work of the class period. The class will meet
at 2:15 instead of at 2.
Howard Y. MeClusky.
University Symphony Orchestra:
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel P. Lockwood, conductor,
Soloist.Walter Bloch, 'cello, will give the following program in the Faculty
Concert Series in Hill Auditorium, Sunday aftepnoon at 4:15 o'clock. The
general public with the exception of small children, is invited. No admis-
sion charge.
Overture to "Merry Wives of Windsor" (Nicolai); Concerto, A minor,
Op. 33 (Saint-Saens); Concerto Grosso, D minor (Strings) (Vivaldi); "In
the Convent" (orchestrated by Albert Lockwood) (Borodin); Coronation
March (Saint-Saens).
Charles A. Sink.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Faculty Women's Club will hold an informal reception and dance
for members and their hisbands at the Union Thursday evening, November
11, at 8:30.
Mrs. Wni. Treyer.
Tolstoy League:
Dr. H. D. Wild of the Literary College will review Tolstoy's book on
Sex Questions today at 4:15 p.m. in R. 231 Angell Hall. The public is cor-
dially invited.
F. S. Onderdonk.
Glee Club:
Glee Club Rehearsal will be held tonight at 7 p.m. on third floor of the
School of Music.
L. Stuart Bulman, Manager.
Masques Play:
Rehearsal for "Sister Beatrice" today is as follows: at 4:00 Act II,
Scene I; at 4:30 Act II, Scene 2; at 5:00, Act I.
Ruth Kahn.
Zoology Joiirnal Club:
The Zoology Journal Club will meet Thursday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m.,
in room 242 N. S. Bldg. Dr. H. T. Folger will give the following papers:
"The Effect of Alcohol on Growth and Acclimatization in Tadpoles," and
"A Quantitative Study of the Reaction to Light by Mya arenaria." All who
are interested are cordially invited to attend.
F. N. Blanchard.
Geological Journal Club:
The next meeting of the Geological Journal Club will take place on
Thursday, November 11, at 7:30 P. M. in Room 436 N. S. Bldg. Dr. Case will
speak on "The Rcsults of the Geological Museum Expedition of 1926." All
those interested are cordially invited to attend this meeting.
Walter A. Ver Wiebe.
Read The aily "Classified" Columns

Detroit Automobile Club, Through
Locnl Branch, Lists Two Roads{
To OhIo State Game
DISTANCE IS 191 MILES
Through the courtesy of the Ann
Arbor branch of the Detroit Automo-
bile club. The Daily is enabled here-
with to publish a complete log of one
route-to Columbus, and a partial route
of another which may be taken, and
is the same length as the first.
Both routes go to Toledo first, the
road there running as follows: y
00.0 ANN ARBOR, from Huron anl
Main Sts., go east on Huron I
Ave.
00, 6 Turn right onto Twelfth St. I
00.8 Turn left at end of street at
campus, and immediately curve
right onto Washtenaw Ave.
07.0 Curve left joining trolley on
Cross St.
07.6 Turn right at X-streets, with
trolley onto Washington St. t
07.9 YPSILANTI, through on Wash-
ington St.l
10.2 Fork left (Right fork is toI
Milan).1
12.7 Turn right on right hand road.1
16.3 WHITTAKER, through across
R. R.
19.6 Turn left at end of road.
20.7 OAKVILLE, through.
22.2 Turn right at end of road. '
24.0 Turn right at irregular X-roads
with macadam.1
26.7 Curve left at end of road.
27.7 Important, turn sharp right at
end of road at outskirts of7
MAYBEE.
27.9 Important, turn left on left handl
road at signs.
28.8 Cross R. R.
30.8 Turn left at end of road along
Raisin River.
31.2 Turn right on right hand road,
and beyond cross bridge over
Raisin River.
31.6 Turn right at end of road at
school and next turn left on left z
hand road.
32.9 Keep straight through X-roads
onto M-65 (Left is to Monroe,

02.5 At end of bridge, turn right ontoI
Miami St. following trolley.
04.9 Fork left with trolley at gas
station.
09.8 PERRYSBURG, turn left onto
Louisiana Ave.
10.0 Turn right at cross streets onto
Indiana Ave.
10.3 Turn left on left hand road at
gas station.
23.0 BOWLING GREEN, through.
26.4 PORTAGE, through.
39.8 VAN I3UREN, through.
41.7 MORTIMER. crossI t. I.
4 .7 FINDLAY, straight through on
Main St. No. 21.
56.8 ARLINGTON, through.#
60. 9 WILLIAMSTO N, through.
64.1 DUNKIRK, through.
74.1 KENTON, turn left at court-
house for one block, then right
onto Main St.
83.3 MT. VICTORY, through.
89. 9 BYHALIA, through.
94.0 Turn right at end of road.
94.4 BOKES CREEK. through.
105.4 Turn left on left hand road at
fair grounds.
105.8 Turn right at end of road.
106.2 MARYSVILLE, turn left at X-
streets.
106.8 Turn diagonally right No. 21.
115.3 NEW CALIFORNIA,' through.
123.4 DUBLIN, through and beyond
cross bridge over river and at
end of bridge curve right.
132.1 MARBLE CLIFF, turn left at
end4of road onto 5th St.
134.8 Turn right onto Neil St.
135.8 Turn left at end of street onto
Goodale St.
136.2 Turn right at X-streets onto
High St.
137.1 State Capitol on left.4
137.4 COLUMBUS, at High and Main
Sts. (Columbus Auto Club in
Southern Hotel).j

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