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THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRlrAY NOVEMBE

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DAIL Y HFFICIAL BULL[T IN
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. Saturday.)

ber 11, at 8 o'clock, at Lane hall. Interested persons are cordially invited.
L. B. Smith, Vice-President.
League for Industrial Denmocracy:
A meeting will be he'd Friday, November 11, at 8 p.m. at the Michigan
Union, in room 306. AN members are urged to attend. All students interested
in socio-economic problems are invited.
C. D. Breltel.
Notice:
Student Directories are still available at the Press Building.
Ton Yates, Sales and Distribution Manager.
The University Fire Whistle will be blown for fivc minutes Friday,
November 1, at 11 o'clock for Armistice Day.

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11.

Number 45.

Fall Games:
With the consent of the Deans of their respective colleges, Freshmen
and Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts, En-
gineering and Architecture, and Pharmacy, and in the curriculum in School
Health and Physical Education, are in accordance with custon excused from1
classes Saturday morning, November 12, for the purpose of participating in
the annual Fall Games.
Attention of Faculty Members:
The DICTAPHONE STATION has been moved to the basement of Angell
Hall, room 208, immediately adjacent to the elevator shaft.
E. Whitchurcl.
Prospective Teachers:
Today is the last.day for enrolling with the Bureau of Appointments. Will
all who wish to enroll come in and do so today and will all who have partly
filled out their blanks complete them today. After this week a fee will be
charged for late enrollment.
Helen R. Shiambaugh, Secretary.
Physiological Chemistry 102:
The second section of the laboratory course in Physiological Chemistry
will hold its first meeting on Thursday, November 17, at 2. p.m., in room 319
West Medical building. Students should procur from the Treasurer's Office a
Physiological Chemistry cash ticket to cover breakage in the course.
H. B. Lewis.
Comedy Club:
There will be an important meeting of Comedy Club Friday, November 11,
at 3 o'clock in room 203 U.H. It is important that all members be there.
Roy G. Curtis, President.
Men's Education Club:
All men interested in education are invited to attend the meeting Monday,
November 14 at 7 o'clock in room 306 Michigan Union. Professor J. B. Ed-
monson will address the group on "How to Secure a Teaching Position."
W. W. Arnold, President.
Sophomore Band:
All sophomores who play instruments bring theh to Waterman Gymna.
slum on Saturday morning for fall games.
Joe Narrin, Manager.
University of Milciigan Band:
Formation tonight at the Band Hall at 7 o'clock to play for the pep meet-
ing. Uniforms without capes.
Russell Malcolm, Student Manager.
University of Micligap Band:
Marching drill at the Field House from 5:07 to 5:50 p.fth. No instruments.
Gordon Packer, Drum Major.

E. C. Pardon.
Poloun'a Literary Circle:
There will be a meeting Friday, November 11, at 8 p.m, in Lane Hall.
Tea will be served after the meeting.
Cecilia D. Wells, Secretary.
Figures In Italian Fascist cabinet have been removed by
Mussolini in the most recent shakeup
Shakeup By 11 Duce in Italy since the Matteotto case.
Count Volpi, minister of finance,
probably will be transferred to the
United States as ambassador by order
of Il Duce.

WORKS OF DEBR Y, 16TH CENTURY GERMAN ARTIST, ARE
NO ON DISPLAY IN CLEMENT LIBRARY EXHIBIT R00jW
A unique collection of the engrav- display shows a picture of an India drawings contain a wealth of informa-
in s o Theodorus Debry, 16th century t spice market, and subsequent citys Lion and detail, and the most sample ~
collection of Debry.
German engraver, are now on display shows the loading of foreign ships,
in the Clements library. The pictures the travel across the ocean, and the
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are so arranged as to give a chrono- monsters which the sailors conceived - "-{
logical explanation of the discovery threatened them.
and early settlement of America. Several plates show the Columbus c Your Favorite
Derry was the first engraver to voyage including his departure, the c
show contemporary events in, the his- ! trip across the ocean, his landing, the is
! tory of the art. He made thousands of bartering with the Indians, and a if
cuts showing 15th and 16th century quarre. that the sailors have with the I CHOCOLATES _4
history, *and a'.so published the works natives over the gold.
in which his engravings appeared. Un- Considering that Derby never saw
til the advent of photography there America his conception of Indian life :I
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was no other attempt to make histor- is .,remarkable, those who viewed the
ical engraving on the scale he attemp- I exhibit agree. One picture portrays
ted. an Indian village, showing the fields Gilberts
Debry lived in Frankfort and did of corn, tobacco, and wheat, besides
all his work there. His books were so several Indians hunting deer. Mary Lee
popular that he printed them in Ger- His portrait of Columbus which has
man, French, Latin, and English. He , become famous, and his drawing of Page arid Shaw
was aided by his two sons who carried the incident where Columbus proved
on his work after his death in 1598. to the Spanish how the 'World was Martha W ashington
The Clement's exhibition consists of round by standing an egg on end, is :
his "Grands at Petit Voyages." Ti, also shown.
Some popular historical events are
displayed in pictures of how Pocah-
antus saved Jahn Smith's life, the z
-- settlement of Jamestown, Indian cus-
toms as well as Indian fishing, hunt-
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The entire display presents graphi- (Near Arc)
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COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better than ever.
L 703 Packard St.
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ADLER CLOTHES EXCLUSIVELY

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The Mirror
A short but important meeting of Iota Sigma Pi will be held on Friday eve- y Shop
fing, November 11, at 7:15 p.m., in room 410.Chemistry building. offers
Mabel Miller, President.
Freshman Group No. 12: New and Nifty Novelties
Mrs. Smith's Freshman group will combine with group No. 6 to form SPECIAL
volley ball group No. 5. We will meet in Barbour gym., Friday, Nov. 11 at
4 o'clock for the next game. For the Holiday Season
M. Kramer, Scribe.
FootballPrograms: As nadtoa ieo
Programs will be distributed to salesmen at Yost Field House, Friday, so additional ofe S
after 3 p.m. our own French Creams
J. N. Ryrholm.
Negro-Caucasian Club: 19 Cutting Apts.
There will be a meeting of the Negro-Caucasian Club Friday night, Novem- Phone 7355
SHAW ATTENDS MEETING HOUSE DANCES CLUBS
Wilfred B. Shaw, editor of the Michi- JOE SOLOMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
gan Alumnus, left yesterdaty for St. A Real Dance Orchestra
Louis, Mo., where he will speak'this; Open for Engagement
afternoon and tonight before the JOE SOLOMAN PHONE 3418
Cornellian Council, which like the SATIMAN -o P HoNEA34O8
Michigan Triennial, is composed of all PARTIES 431 Thompson BALLROOM
Cornell clubs.

FURNISHINGS
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SHIRTS
A complete selection of oxford broad-
cloth and basket-weave shirts in plain
colors and striped patterns.

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through, and double breasted,
priced

JUST ARRIVED
Several large shipments of
suits and overcoats in the much

wanted Oxford Grays

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Michigan Students
{ We extend to you and your
friends a cordial invitation to
lunch with us. Your visitors will
be treated with that hospitality
that is so typical of the Sugar
Bowl.

NECKWEAR
The new knitted crochets of pure Italian silk and a new
selection of bright stripes in rep=silk offers you a choice
of correct neckwear.

SPECIAL
One Group
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Many new patterns in both light and
heavy-weight grades.

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The newest MICHIGAN MODEL suit, specially designed
by Del Prete, is the best ready-to-wear suit obtainable at
any price. We have them in all sizes. If you are hard to
fit Del Prete will take care of you, satisfaction .guaranteed.

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SUGAR BOWL
109 South Main Sr.

Is unusually popular this season-narrow-brimmed-It
is trim and neat. Brown, mocha and grey shades with
either a plain or sewed--edge brim.
State Street

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Silk Scarfs ................................. .
New small shape hats, one price ....... ........ .
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Gloves in all shades ........ . ........... $2.50 to
And what hot ties .................... $1.00 to

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Pleasant Surroundings

Excellent Service.

Do. not forget to save your candy oupons from the Sugar Bowl.
A dollar box of candy for ten dollars in coupons.

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SATURDAY NIGHT

Alabama Cotton Pickers
A Colored Jazz Banff

TWO BIG BANDS

Fill Watkins' Wolverines
A U.. of M. Organization

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