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THE MTCTGIAN T.ATLY

SUNDAY. DECEMBER

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D A ILY OFFICIAL B ULLETI N
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.)

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Volume S.

SUNI)AY, D)ECEMBEIR 4.Nbr .

Number 65.

Notice in re iPurclmase 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 incr'eased beginning January 1, 1928. There will be an appreciable
saving to all who perfect their arrangements for taking annuities before the
end of the p~resent calendar year.
4 Shirley W. Smith.
Iniversit~y Lecture:
Dr. Lee Edwardl Travis, Associate Professor and IDirector of the Speech
Clinic in the University of Iowa, will lecture on "The Place of Speech Con-
nection in M~odern Education" at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, December 13, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.

'adelli hi ouse ofIRe}reventaI i, es: - -- __Reduced- T-leph....
The annual party with Athena, Pcrtia, and Alpha NU will be held Tuesday iReducdtTLep oeI 1 ---
evening (luring the regular sessions. begininiig at 7:30 o'clck. All min-R ts!r ffcej,__________________________________
Rlobert l. 1 essner, speaker. 2 --..rd-t litN ~~r'
Bo1~~tiiie~i I S.~~tmlephone nil.; to 1point,outside of eiiig~JC1 1
telephonena m Bginig / / . 1 ats. Tues.,
masWednIresday, D ecember 7, at 4:30 o'clock, L1373 .i Thur. and Sat.,
N. S. Building. Paper by W. W. Tapper, "Microscopic Identification of Mihgn 0.ie r oed;at= 1o., Ih'C. PLThur.Sand fat,,
Woods.' (With lantern demonstration.) B, . from Ann Arbor, have beeun annon__________PLAY__________________________ ____________:_
ed by J..J,1 Kelly, An Arbor manager!
ISpanish 4: :orte icinBelreliii cl
Mr. Hursley -will be unable 1o meethIns cass at S o'clock Mondry morn- frthe chgne ll Te3glepoe ola-
ing, December J. Pi~ Bursley.
Kappa. Kappa Psi: Station-to-station r ates on long di' .LLA5.i A OR L U H G N
There will be an import;ant meetin g at 4 p.m., Sunday, Decemb er 4, on tance calls between points 400 miles
the third floor of the Michigan Union. Your presence is urgently requested. isatrefecdbyhenwce- :
Morris Wertenberger, President. dsatar fetd yteneC1
ule and the greater the distance(theI1
(rrgoyle: greater the reduction. Night rates 1 66rC
There will be a meeting of the upper staff anad Try-outs Monday afternoon have also been reduc ted !
at 4 p.m. Press building. JIayiflond Read. -NITIA-ON--ED -BYrA
Varsity (wiceeClub: IIIUPS ED Yi ILON
Monday night will be the last opportunity for turning in your concert PHI LAMBDA USLNy
tickets without the customary fine; also the time imit for paying membership
fee is drawing to a close. Phi IT ambda Upsilon, national hon-
Franklyni 1). Bturger, Manager. orary chemical society, initiated eightc
men at a special initiation ceremony,s
Iflilel Foundaton: Friday night. These men were guests
Dean Wahr will speak at the Foundation House on Tuesday evening, De-, at an initiation banquet hold list i
cember , at 7:30 o'clock. His subject will be "Jacob Wassermann," the night in the Union. Pr'of. Ora S . The Play that kept New York5
author o. "The World's Illusion." Refreshments will be served. Duffendack of the physics departmnt
Bernard Goldmian. l was the principal speaker.

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University Lecture:
Professor A. Souter of the University of Aberdeen will deliver a Univer-
sity Lecture on "The Latin Bible" at 4:15 p. in., Thursday, December 8, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.

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Junior and Second Semester Sophomore Women: j i1chigan Dames Meeting:
First tryouts for the Junior Girls play will be held next week according toI The Michigan Dames will hold their next meeting on Tuesday evening, 1
the following program: Tuesday from 4 to 6 o'clock in University hall audi- Dec. 63, at 8 o'clock in the Faculty !Womnen:' Club rooms, 226 South Ingalls
toritim; Thursday from 4 to 63 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall; Friday 1 street. All wives of st udents are cordially invitedl to be present. Refresh-f
from 4 to 6 o'clock, place to be announced later in The Daily; Saturday morn-, Ileilts wilt be served. Mrs. fora, lWebkd President.
ing from 9 to 12 o'clock in Sarah (:asweli Angell hall. All junior and secondl-
semester sophomore women who are confident of their eligibility for next lii anibda Ujisilon :
semester, and who have paid thme class tax of one dollar, are eligible to try TIme elair Deenn~hcr nnetinug xill be held on Monday evcnlib , Dec. 5
out. Watch the D~aily for any changes of time or place of tryouts. :mt. 7::30 o'clock in room 83",'hemistry building.
Elizabeth Welimuan.iRodntey Slhankland, :!residIent. I
GENEVA-Sweden Saturday moti-' LANDON-Tlhe 1Daily Mail's NV-
Geolog'y 31: fled t he League of Nat ions that. shet
The miake-uip'examination on the midl-terms blue book will be held Mondlay std lan~eid had named a P(tIIInI(llt sawv corresipondent caoIiecri iatiur(ia
afternoon, December 5, in room 4061 of National Science Building (fourth 1ii~lIin(llfiso ostl l atli g ' ioe11 ie'n t0)
floorN. I-1 corn r).. 'disiptes lbet wee ni them . ject s from the hBrazilian lelgadio n
EN I ELD, Eng.----Both 1 ilot and ob- AlthIotigh workiing at capacity, t he'
Antn Arbior Art Associationi: 1scrvci' were killed wvhen a. Ii lithirv aphalt lant of Trinidadl is unable
The American Federation of Arts !exhibition oS' Water Colors repiresent - ll' lal cra'ished herele Sat urdlay. SC? kep ip ith its ordhers.
ing the work of leading European aud American artists opens Sunday after- 1 y .
noon, December 4, in the West Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall.. The exhibi-
tion closes Friday, December 16.-------
Bruce 1'. lDona.Ilson, Presidenit.
Scolo diaaet tSeb HIETCdla 7,dcto:IA regular faculty meeting of the School of Education wvill be held Monday, L AF1YE-r-r
December 5, at 4:15 p.m., in room 109, Tappan Hall. T he "Special Order" ,'rT
relating to Research antd Field Service will come up for consideration. IUO
_(C. o. Davis, Secretary. ! NO W SHOWING'!
; elaool of Education: ; im ciiv Daily--2:15 and 5:15,
At the staff luncheon to be held at the Union, Monday, Dec. 5, Profes-
~or Riene Talamnan will speak on the topic, "Education in France." The talk
.0.DvSertr. UNOL T M
will be given at 1 o'clock. All interested are invited.
To All Seniors :
TIOMORROW is the last day when SENIORS will be able to get their
order slipjs for MICHIGANENSIAN pictures and make appointments with NIo
the photographers. We believe that we have given every SENIOR plentyAUnera
of time in which to have this done' and nearly all have taken advantage of it. A ')kiralMsteriece
Notices have been 'in this paper twice a week for two months and everyone Presented by CARL LAEN1MLE
should have known that DEC. 5, was the, time limit. The business office will A HARRY POLLARD Productioni
be open Monday from 1 until 5 o'clock._____
_____ ____ Bryan Hunt, Editor. THE SCREEN'S BIG S A H N I
House Presidents: 14--MASSIVE REELS---14
The Presidents of all organized houses-hals of residence, sorority and -YIIIO Y R H S R F 2
League houses-are invited to the Hlouse Presidents' Supper on Tuesday, S M H N R H S R F 2
December 6, in Barbour Gymnasium at 5: 30 o'clock. If any President has Prcs-it.,t(c h, 14--iht,~~,7c,$.0 15
failed to receive her invitation, she is urged to consider this notice as one, ALLe: SEATS RE 7c,$10;NisRVE 5,$.0,$.
and to telephone her acceptance to 8316. The occasion is informal, and will ALSASRSRE
be over at 8 o'clock. Grace Rijchiards.-
Physics Colloquium: #~n~intiionr~ n~ n~e~~uniei ni~lo~u ni
Dr. 0. S. Duffendack will speak on "Some- New Viewpoints on Electric
Discharges oug Gses"rtfhr5o'cuchuesGases,"er , natom.4:1511Illo'clockil1ti11Tuesdayll December!!!llllillll6,f11in11iroomllt14t
1041, East Physics Building. All interested are cordially invited. I =
W. F. Colby.
'Graduate Club In Eduncion : AN EXC LLE T C RIST1b
The regular meeting of the Graduate Club in Education will be held in =
the educational laboratory of the University High School, Monday evening,=
December 5, at 7 o'clock. All graduate students in education are cordially ,
invited to be present. L. W. Keeler. ;ETH

aces : Kenn eth A. Van' Leunte, grad., laughing for tWo years
I ~ankN.~igaig. 2:i, .aek 1H. Scaff,
C. i cyee, '' 3', ' bU ri Om . Ca 1 d ale., ''28 .. - ,. ...:-__ -- -_..- ___ _____--__
C eorge 11. rhfl, grad, aid C ord-
onl E. Scavoy, U. .G -cv .surirre . ." .1.. ,1 - .. .

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