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PAGE EIGHT. TH1~ MICHICAN DAILY

DAILY O FFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until t
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.)
Volume S. FID1AY, I ECEMII 2.Nuiiiler 53.
Notice in re Purchase of Annuities:
The attention of all members of the Faculty who by the term of their ap-
pointment are obligated to purchase old age annuities or who have the priv-
ilege of purchasing such annuities, is respectfully called to the fact that the
annuity rates of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association will be
somewhat increased beginning January 1, 1928. There will be an appreciable
saving to all who perfect their arrangements for taking annuities before the j
end of the present calendar year.
Shirley WV. Smith.
University Lecture :
Professor Enno Littmann of the Department of Semitic Philology, Uni-
versity of Tubingen, will lecture in English on "The Origins of the Arabian
Nights," at 4:15 p.m., Friday, December 2, in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Bureau of Appointments-C, 1), E, and F.:
All candidajes enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with C, D, E, or F and who have not called at the office for personal inter-
views this week should do so today during the following hours: 9 to 12 a.m.,
and 2 to 4, p.m.
Helen Slinibaugh.
Rtetailing;
All persons interested in retailing are invited to attend a lecture by Mr.I
M. F. Dowley, Merchandise Manager of the J. L. H-udson Company. Detroit, in
room 306, Michigan Union, at 7 :30 p.m., on Friday, December 2. Mr. Dowley's
subject will bC "The Futur e of the Department Store."
Carl NT. Schmnalz.
Business Ad mnistrat ion Club:
Mr. Mv. F. Dowley, Merchandise Manager of the J. L. Hudson Company,I
will give a talk before the Business Administration Club, Friday evening ina
room 306 Michigan Union, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone interested is invited to at-
tend.
C'lyne Crawford, President.
'.11 All houise :'residents:
Signing out slips for the month of November must b~e in the Adviser's
Office, Barbour Gynmnasium, before D~ecember 7, 1927.
Alice C. Lloyd.
University Lectu re:
Professor A. Souter of the University of Aberdeen will deliver a Univer-
sity Lecture on "The Latin Bible" at 4: 15 p. in., Thursday, D~ecember 8, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E.lRobblis.
University Lecture:
Dr. Lee E~dward Travis, Associate Professor and Director of the Speech
Clinic in the University of Iowa, will lecture onl "The Place of Speech. Con-
nection in Modern Education" at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, December 13, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins. '

Alpha Oyu: aNurse.ry seetioi--Fuctllty {omns 11'111: tI nnAror Art A s~oebtiI141:
TeReception Committece for the Miss Norah Cancy will talk to the Nursery Sect ion of thle Faculty Woa- TeAeia eeaino rsEhbton o ae oosrpeet
delegates to the Conclave will meet in en's Club, Wednesday, December 14, ont the subject of ''Play and Gaines for' ing the work of ladig E'uopanan Arianartists opens~Suday at r-
the Society rooms at 2 p.m. As soon Y oung Children." noon. December -I, in the "West Gal er, Alumni Memorial Hall. rphe hiIi-
as all the delegates are assemnbled the A bibliography for thisItopc canl be obailld r In ll sCancy at the tion clo.cs lFriday, oo. i h ehr 16,l
first business of the Conclave will be Faculty Women's (Cluh. 3iadrar(' l Wotiuci. 1Brulce M. 'al~onu, Pretsidet
trais-a(cted, and the (cont est in Oration ____________________________________________
ancl Declamnation xvwilfollow. The
afternoon session wvill b~e brought to a
close by the Anunual Banquet at the
Michigan Union. Tickets for this Ban-
Iquet may be obtained from the corn-
mnittee up to the time of the Banquet
at 6:15, All iembers are expected to
attend the afternoon sePsson.
Lyle E. Elserunn, resident. N* U '~

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Soi ioniore (kx'cus:
The annual Sophomore Circus will
b~e given Friday at 4 :15 and 8 o'clock,
and Saturday at 1(1:30, 3 anid 8 o'clock
in Sarah Caswell Angell Hll o ' Bar-
bour Cyninasiumn.
Dorothy MIchee, Chairman.

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B.A. 105 and B.A. 207:
I shall be unable to meet, my classes today.

F. S. Wolaver.

isFtory 5 Makeup :
Written test for students who missed the regular mid-semester examin-
ation, Saturday, December 3 in room 1020 Angell flall at 10 a.m.
Preston Slosson. j
La Rue's Discussio'n Group :
A meeting will be held this evening at 8 o'clock in room 1139 N. S.
C.DI.La Rue.
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters:
A meeting of the Council will be held at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, December 3,
in ro-om 4065, Natural Science Building.
Lee R. Dice, Secretary.
(Thgebic Range Club:
There will be a meeting of the Gogebic Range Club Friday, December 2, at
8 o'clock in room 302, Michigan Union. Teter Buguil, President.
I shall be unable to meet the class in Latin 31 oil Friday.
A. IL. Crittenden.

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numbers provide plenty of entertainment.DACN EVR

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