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Chinese Students' Club: --
AA The Club picture will be taken on Sunday afternoon, Nov. 11, at
2 o'clock in Rentschler Studio, 319 E. Huron. Every member is requested
{j 1 ii111 to be there at 2 sharp.
Y. E. Chang, President'B s S41er *nFI
ublcation in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi- Prescott Club:
mnt until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Dr. S. R. Light, vice president of the Upjohn Company, Kalamazoo,! ATHERTON-THE JEALOUS GODS ........... ..................
will address the club on "The Pharmaceutical Development of Thera- BYRNE-DESTINY BAY ..........................................
o. 39 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1928f No. 43 peutic Agents," at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, November 13, in Room 303 BOJER-THE NEW TEMPLE .................... .............
Chemistry building. All interested are cordially invited. DEEPING OLD PYBUS ..........................................
rsity Senate. Fred Weinmann, President WHARTON-THE FATHER EN
y n e HARTON-THE CHILDREN .......... ................ ....
'he first regular meeting of the University Senate for the year Tryouts for Comedy Club: B BROMFIELD-MISS ANNIE SPRAGG ... . ......... .
1929 will be held in Room C, Law building on Tuesday, November General tryouts for membership in Comedy Club will be held Wed- WAST-STONE DESERT.........................................
12d At 4:15 p. . nesday, November 14, from 4 to 6 p. m. in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, LUTZ-BLUERUIN..............................................
)rder of Business: Report of the Committee on the Reorganization lctdi h eodforo abu ynsu.Popciety SCHNTZLER-THERESA ............... ,........... ..
e Senate Council. in the second floor of Barbour Gymnasium. Prospective try- WILDTn.-THE ANGEL THAT TROUBLED THE WATERS
outs must be prepared to give a three minute selection of some dramatic GIBBS -.HARNESS..........................................
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary value. Second tryouts by invitation only will be held Thursday after- Special Price to Reading Clubs
of the Senate noon at the same time in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
Thurston Theme, PresidentI V
'rofessor Roman Dyboski, Professor of English Literature at the Faculty Women's Gymnasium Group:, U N IV E R
rsity of Cracow, Poland, will lecture on "The Influence of Poland The regular meeting of this group on Monday evening will beginBO
>Seph Conrad" at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, November 13, in Natural at 7 o'clock on November 12, in order that those who wish to attend 1 B__ _ _ _KS T
ce Auditorium. The public is cordially invited. the concert will be free. Any member of the Faculty Women's Club
F. E. Robbins is eligible.
Katherine B. Greene
ersity Lecture:_SophomoreVigilanceCommittee:
r. Edward Mack, Jr., Professor of Physical Chemistry, Ohio State Sophomore Vigilance Comnittee:t9.15. Prosecutor please attend.
gsity, will speak on "Size and Shape of Molecules" Wednesday, Members bring two men if possible, otherwise phone. Be ready to
nber 14, at 4:15 p. in., Room 165 Chemistry Building. mydi
his lecture is under the auspices of the American Chemical Society, discuss Rally.
rsity of Michigan section. All interested are invited. Geo. Ryerson, President =
Byron A. Soule, Secretary Subscribers To The Michigan Daily:
:h Lecture: Payments on all unpaid subscriptions to The Michigan Daily are
he French Writer Yvon Lapaquellerie will give the first lecture on due before Nov. 15. After that date the price on all unpaid subscriptions i_
percle Francais Program, Thursday, November 15, at 4:15 o'clock, will be raised to $4.50. Payments can be made through the mail or in
tural Science Auditorium, on "Le Roman Francais d'apres-guerre.',The, Daily office in the Press Building. Have you found out the Distinction between la
ickets for the whole series of lectures and plays may be procured George S. Bradley
the Secretary of the Department of Romance Languages (oom Monday Evening Drama Section-Faculty Women's Club: work and Varsity Service? It is so obvious
omanrice L@Tguages Bldg.) or at the door. There will be a meeting at the Club room, 226 South Ingalls y
Rene________ street, Tuesday evening, November 13, at 7:30 p. m. instead of Monday
Lecture: evening.
optor Dora Wagner, one of the group of German Educators at Mrs. H. C. Eckstein
it visiting America will deliver a public lecture in the Auditorium
e University High School on Wednesday, November 14, at 4 Book Shelf & Stage Section-Faculty Women's Club:
L;, under the auspices of the School of Education. The topic of The Book Shelf and Stage Section of the Faculty Women's Club will
ddress# is The Youth Movement in Germany. e Avenue, on Tuesday, Novem- C
octor Wagner speaks English fluently and a real treat is in store r 13, at 2:45 p. m.
ose who hear her. The public is cordially invited. Mrs. R. D. T. Hollister
C. O. Davis, Secretary Alpha Nu: we use with your clothes. Find out why
redical Students: Alpha Nn debating society will hold its regular meeting Tuesday,
here will be a meeting of all pre-medical students in the West November 13, at 7:30 in the Alpha Nu room.
itheater of the West (old) Medical Building at 5 o'clock on Tues- is The program is a dramatization of "The Seventh Doctor." This
Iovember 13. At this meeting, Dean Cabot of the Medical Schoolc being sponsored by the pledges of the society. Visitors are welcome. condition.
resent the reasons why the position of Counselor has been created,
opportuities this position offers to the pre-medical student, and To Members of the Round Table Club and Others Interested:
oppotunitis thingositin odesto the pre-medical student ad "Adult Education in an English Mining Community" will be the
an atteint is being made to include all pre-medical students, topic discussed at a meeting of the club Sunday, Nov. 11, at 2:45 p. mn. iE
iless of the Medical School they are planning to attend. in 202 South Wing. nr to experience the speed
Dean Hugh Cabot, Or-oeprec h pe
Dean of the Medical School The speaker is a lecturer in social sciences and is at present making
Daoth MdaSho a survey of American coal fields with special reference to educational of ourrice ut c
nts, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture: and civic development of mining communities.
he Classification Committee has placed the limit of time, at which Judith Mayer
:se may be dropped without record, at the end of the eighth week Hillel Foundation:
semester, November 17, 1928, excepting in cases of continued ill- Professor Cross will address the second open forum meetin
or other extenuating circumstances. In all cases the classifier o o Cg at the
i consult with the instructor. foundation quarters Tuesday evening, November 13, at 7:30 o'clock.
Louis A. Hopinks, Secretary The subject will be one of great interest, everyone is invited.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary Philip Stern
Union Ushers: War Resisters League: -o e 4
Rev. Athanasius Rickard, British World War Veteran, who is at Phone 4Z
eport not later than 7:30 at Hill Auditorium, Monday evening, present pastor of the M. E. Church in Whitmore Lake will lecture on
[2, for .the Choral Union Concert. "as Jesus a Pacifist," Monday, Nov. 12, in Room 1025 AnglHa
oat racks have been provided for all ushers in the room next to Jeub P is, invdell Hall at
est check room. Please use this at all concerts. It is the room4s
e rear of the public telephone booth. F. Hartley
W. A. Davenport, Polonia Literary Circle:
>use Presidents: There will be a very important meeting tomorrow (Monday) eve-
he League signing-out slips which shtiuld be used now are those ningtat 7:15 o'clock in Lane Hall. All members are urgently requested
have a column for signing class numerals. If you are not using
rrect form, please obtain a supply from the League Office immed- Joseph Kurcz, President _14E
Elizabeth Wellman, Hindustan Club:
Chairman, Board of Representatives There will be an important meeting Sunday, November 11, at
3:00 p. m. at Lane Hall. All members are urged to be present as the
Organization Committee: new Constitution will come up for further discussion.
iere will be an important meeting Tuesday, November 13, in W. B. Palmer, Secy
ur Gymnasium at 5:00 p. m. Please call me immediately if it is ND R
itely impossible for you to attend. Phone 7817. Governor To
Elizabeth Wellman G vro Smith T Deliver Radio Spe~~ech _
more Engineers: (By Associated Press) fice," the governor said, "is en-1
LH Sophomore Engineers interested in Speedball are requested to NEW YORK, Nov. 10.-Gov. titled to a full, fair chanceto make
South Ferry Field Sunday morning, Nov. 11, at 10:00 a. m. Alfred E. Smith will deliver "a good and Mr. Hoover should have
Erwin Benz message to the American people" every assistance from every citi-
over a national radio hookup Tues- zen."
[cal Engineering Seminar: day night. The governor's first thought last
he speaker at the Seminar which is to be held at 4 o'clock Mon- Announcement of the address Tuesday night, one of his close
November 1'2, in room 3201 East Engineering Building, will be was made by Democratic national political advisors said, was not how _________________
M. Kirkpatrick, National Research Council Fellow at Yale Uni- headquarters, but no one professed the defeat affected him personally
. He will discuss the application of X-Rays to the determination to know what its nature would be. nor primarily how it would affect
differences in structure between magnetic iron and non-magne- A statement the governor made at his party, but how the bitterness I

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