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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1924

k'AUE EIGHT FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 192~
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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
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).

ROYAL RECEPTION GIVEN
ROUMANIAN CHILDREN

MARIE BY gan are requested to attend a meeting of the Gogebic Range Club in room
JT C I304 at the Union, Friday the 19th of November.
IN CHiCAGO H. J. Iaskin,, Secretary.

Voloum VII

FJRIAY, NOVEMBHER 19, 19.06

Number 8

)inhers of the t'iculty and Students:
The University is officially informed that the Queen
not make her intanded visit to Detroit and Ann Arbor.
foi her roception therefore have been cancelled.

of Roumania can-
The arrangements
C. C. Little.

Negro-Caucasfon Club:
Regular monthly meeting will be held in the Board room of Lane
Hall from 8 p. in. until 10 p. in. Visitors are cordially invited.
Wm.Howard.
Phi Delta Kaplpa:
There will be a noon luncheon for all members of the Fraternity today
at the Lantern Shop. A good opportunity for the new members to become
acquainted with the spirit and workings of the organization.
R. A. Bonn, President.
Reserve hand:
Regular practice will be held at 4 o'clock followed by an important
business meeting. All members are urged to be present.
G. H. McArthur, President. !

Lewis, Clifton Lonsborough, Hazel
McDonald, Dr. Tadeus Mitana.
Peg Moore, Marcus Ole, Aaron t.
Owen, Chas A. Reinke, Prof. J. .
Sadler, Lester E. Smith, M\lilo H.
Stuart, O. J. Terrio, Jack Thomllpo,
Margaret Trephagen, Chen Sato Ti,
Selma Walker, D. C. Webb, Beatrice
,Welch, Ah Nan Wong, Prof. Woo i,
Asst. in Public Speaking.
LMEXICO CITY.- The prominent
rebel leader, former Gen. Rodolfo Ga]-
legos has requeste'd President Callt
to accept his unconditional submis-
sion.
PARIS.-- Negotiations on Spain's
demands concerning Tangier will be-
gin early next year.

UnhkorA'ay Lece: I
Dr. Howard T. L arnes, Professor of Physics at McGill University,
Montreal, will give an illustrated lecture on "Ice Engineering" at the Science
Audit'orium, Tuesday afternoon, November 23, at 4:15 o'clock. All are
invited.
W. H. Hobbs:
Memibers of the Administrative Board, College of Literature, Sciences, and
the Arts:
'here will be a meeting of the Administrative Board on Friday, No-
vember 19th, at 4 o'clock, in Dean Effinger's office.
W. R. Humphreys.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The exhibition of the work of Ann Arbor artists and amateurs at,
Alumni Memorial Hall will be open daily 1:30-5:00 p. m., Sunday 2:00-5:00,
p. m. The last day will be Sunday, November 21. It is free to students of
the University and children of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Public Lecture:N
Dr. Albert C. Dieffembach, editor of the Christian Register, Boston,,
will lecture on "Religious Liberty and Political Action" on Friday, Nov..
19, at 4:15 p. m., in Natural Science Auditorium. This lecture is in connec-
tion with the Seminar of the Michigan School of Religion on "The Moral
Issues of Modern Life."
The I ublic is cordially invited.
Leroy Waterman.
Wickershain Lecture:"
Mr. George W. Wickersham of the New York Bar, former Attorney-
General of the United States, will speak on "Present Prospects of Amerl-
can Adherence to the World Court" at 8 o'clock Friday night in Natural
Science auditorium. Dean Henry M. Bates of the Law School will preside.
The public is invited to attend.
Edgar H. Ailes, Secretary League of Nations Association.
No student in the College of Engineering will be allowed by the Hours
Committee to drop any subject without record after Saturday, November 20.
T. R. Running
F. R. Finch
0. W. Boston
Hours Committee College of Engineering.
The yidsemester examination will be held in the auditorium of New-
berry hall on Friday, Nov. 19.
U. of M. Section, American Chemical Society:
Dr. Ernst Cohen, of the University of Utrecht, will lecture before this
Section on Monday, Nov. 22, at 8 p. m. in the Chemistry Amphitheatre. His
subject will be "The Accurate Determination of Diffusion Coefficients,"
and the lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides.
All interested are cordially invited.
P. F. Weatherill.
R. 0. T. C.-Signal Corps:
'ihere will be a meeting of R. O. T. C. Signal Corps Rdio operators
at R. O. T. C. Headquarters at 5:00 P. M. today. The schedule of operation
for the Signal Corps Radio station will be decided at that time.
R. T. Schlosberg.
Junior Engineers:
This year's class dues of $1.50 are now payable. Men will be stationed
on the Second floor, West Engineering Building, from 1-4 Friday and

Unclaimed Mail Is
Held At Postoffice
Mail for the following persons is on
hand, unclaimed; at the Postoffice, and
may be claimed by calling at the
General Delivery window, Main Office,
on or before November 23.
Joseph Akan, Kenneth Arbuthnot,
Ray Baer, Carl G. Bagge, Eugene
Barabasz, Prof. Gerald Barnes, Betty
Beis, E. A. Berry, Glenn I. Berry,
Emma Beryack, Prof. 611n W. Black-
ett, Brand Blanshard, Theodore L.
Bliss, Chelive C. Bosland, C. C. Bos-
land, Harold Bowditch, John Boyer,
Barnett Brande, Pauline Bridgman.-
Dr. Otis W. Britt, Prof. Fred Burk-
hardt, Wilbert Enoch Butler, E. H.
Cheong, N. Y. Clauson, Aaron David
Cohan, Dr. Chas. W. Creaser, Davis
C. Crouse, Everett Custer, Willis
Davenport, Raymond Davis, Chas. E.
Daugherty, Irene S. DeRonde, Prof.
James J. Dow, W. W. Duemling, Lilah
Whetstine Ellis, Dudley Flanders, Dr.
Henry Field Jr., Pf of. M. VI. Fisher,E
Dr. L. .J. Foster, Miv. Gilbert, Henri
Goehli, Mrs. H. I. Gram, Scott Hark-
ins, Berhard Hartzell, Dr. Geo. R. Her-
mann, George Homer.
Chas. B. Huggins, Miss Adny Type,
W. A. Jenkins, Chas. Edward Jennings,
G. Jones, Al. Joslin, 'Mation Kar-
boski, Ed. Kean, Oskar Klein, Dr. L.
V. Koos, Dr. R. E. Kremers, Joseph
Laborine, Harold Lasser, Robert
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Queen Marie of Roumania, passing a few days in Chicago, is given a
royal reception by Roumanian child ren.
Monday afternoons, Nov. 19th and 22nd, to receive them. Attention is called
to the ruling that J-Hop applications will not be accepted until these dues
are paid.
John C. Mathes, Treasurer.
Ohio State Alumni:
Dr. William Oxley Thompson will be the guest of the Ohio State
Alumni Club for luncheon at The Michigan Union at 12:00 o'clock Satur-
day, November 20, 1926. All Ohio State Alumni, former students, anda
former members of the Ohio State faculty are invited to attend. All those
wishing to attend must notify the undersigned before 6 p. in. Friday.
L. f3. Bricker.
Player4' Club Tryouts :
Students actively interested in dramatics are invited to tryoutfor
membership in Players' Club. Nov. 22 from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock in the audi-
torium of Newberry Hall. If possible, come prepared to give a short read-
ing or recitation. Active members are requested to be present.
Edmond Hoben, Pres.
Prescott Club:
Under the auspices of the Prescott Club a three reel motion picture
showing the story of a glass bottle will be shown at 4:30 P. M. in room
303. Chemistry Building, Friday, Nov. 19. The public is invited.
C. C. Glover.
Students of the Upper Peninsula:
Male students of Iron Range district of the Upper Peninsula of Michi--
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