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Publication in the $uilet.iz 1U acnstructi:e notice to all member,;
of the University. Copy i ecei ed by the As81stant to the ?rest-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)


To All Student Occupants of Fletcher Hall: Fletcher Hall is closed
student occupancy from Monday evening, Nov. 11, 1929, until the
of the present semester.
F. B. Wahr, Asst. Dean of Students

English 300: The English seminary meets at 8:00 in Room 4031 American Chemical Society: Dr. D. H. Andrews, of Johns Hop-1
Library. Mr. Russell Thomas will report on the progress of his investi- kins University, will speak before the local section on Friday afternoon
gation. at 4:15. in room 303 Chemistry Building. Anyone interested is invited
'=c______ t ttend.
A. . ,i. E. The Stden t :Ba :h of the A. 24 ! eh at -30 1 ter: There will a reharai of the $cphcmcre ani fez
(p. m. in R "om 229 est rea n e ii. r i a the class game from 7 to 7:30 at the band oom. iiorks hail, Friday
Wil give an ilustrated talk cn "e Atntl ty ; t 3 1ighf..al those who want to play emere with iistruments.
Everyone interested is invited to be present. a
Program Salesmen: Programs will be issued at the main gate of
Gargoyle Editorial Staff: There will be an important meeting of Ferry Field Friday afternoon from 3 to 5.
the entire Gargoyle Editorial Staff and tryouts this afternoon at 4:15.
University Lecture at 4:15 p. m., Lydia Mehdelssohn Theater, Mr.
Chemical Engineers: Joint meeting -of the A. I. Ch. E. and the George Young, diplomatist and aut hor: "Freedom and Command of
A. S. S. T. in the Seminar Room of the East Engineering Building at 8 the Seas".
p. m. Mr. H. W. McQuaid of the Timkei Detroit Axle Company will
speak on "Nitriding of Steels". Art Exhibition illustrating New Ways of Art Education in German
Public Schools from the Prague International Congress of Arts, in third
The Psychological JournAl Club meets at 7:30 p. m. in room 3126, floor exhibit room, Architectural Building, from 9 to 5 daily, except Sun-
Natural Science Building. Mr. Sears will report on the literature per- day, through November 9.
taining to the study of chronaxie and Mr. Walls will review the evi-





Luncheons Will be Held
Union; Will Inspect


Restoration of Ann Arbor Service by Train 17: For the benefit of
members of the University who may have occasion to use the service,
the New York Central Lines announce that henceforth the service of
train No. 17, discontinued Septiber 29, has been restored to Ann Ar-
bor for passengers from New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia. This
is the twenty-four train from New York City to Chicago, leaving New
York City at 5 P. M., and stopping at Ann Arbor, when it has such pas-
sengers to discharge, at 7:57 a. m., Eastern time.
To Members of the Faculty, 1929-1930: Academic annual salaries,
are paid in nine installments (the ninth- being a double installment)
on the last day of each month from October to June, inclusive. At the
option of the Faculty memnber arrangement may be made with the
Business Office to pay the salary in twelve equal monthly iistallments,
ending with the installment of September 30, 1930. If the arrange-
ment is not made until after October 31 proportionate adjustments in
the amaunt and number of the'annual installments ending September
30, 1930, will be made.
Faculty members wishing to make such an arrangement for'1929-
1930 will please call on the payroll clerk, Miss Edith Smith or the as-j
sistant, Miss Edna Geig'er, in the Business Office at any time except!
during the final four days of any month. Preparation of the payrolls
during this four-day period prevents giving attention to other mat-
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary and Business Manager j

dence on the origin of the visual cells. All-Campus Forum: Weekly meeting, Room D, Alumni Memorial
Building. Dr. Robert C. Angell will speak on the "Moral Standards of
Bowling For Women: The Bowling Alleys at the Women's Ath- the Campus".
letic Building are open every day from four to six. A fee of five cents ---- --
a string is charged to pay the pin boys. BOARD OF COMMERCE WILL INVITE
Freshmen: All men of the class of '33 who play band instru- ,OO PERSONS TO CIVIC BANQUET
ments report at Morris Hall at 7:00 p. in. with instruments in prepara- A
tion for the Freshman Bandi for the Fall Games. Approximately 1,000 InvItations University schools and colleges have
inot Fem Bdot FlG efor the city-wide banquet, to be been extended personal invitations
Sigma Gamma Epsilon luncheon at the Michigan Union at 12:15 p. held at 6 o'clock Monday night at by Mayor Staebler. At the Monday
,M. the Masonic temple in honor of night session of city council that
Peiet lxneG___ body agreed to adjourn until the
Women's Educational Club meets at 4 o'clock in the lounge room s time of the banquet and attend
of the Women's Athletic Building All women interested in education will be placed in the mails within the function in a body.
are cordially invited. the next few days, according to an Regent Junius E. Beal will act
announcement made today, by as toastmaster and will introduce
Ann Arbor Hockey Club: Any non-student interested in field Chamber of Commerce officials. the speakers.
hockey meet at the Women's Athletic Building, ready to play at 12 Some 400 invitations have been 0
o'clock. made out for members of the city's1UV-


Campus Later.
(Continued from Page 1)
of the Battle Creek Enquirer-News,
Stuart H. Perry, editor of the Ad-\
rian Telegram, and Arthur W.
Stace, director of the Michigan
Public Utilities Information bureau.
At the noonday luncheons the
convention will be divided into
smaller groups, and individual
luncheons for business transactions
will be held by the Associated
Press and the League of Dailies and
Friday evening the annual press
club banquet presided over by the
club president, Louis A. Weil, will
be given. Louis Wiley of the New
York Times will speak on "The
Newspaper's Duty," and Prof. Field-
ing H, Yost, director of intercol-
legiate athletics will talk about
"Men and Athletics." It is believed
that Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg
may be able to attend this meeting
of the club.




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i 'service clubs and it is expected
Members of the Faculty: All s oaculty members who have not or- Christian Science Society meets at 7:30 tonight in Lane Hall. that these organizations will at-
dered the Daily please do so immediately at the Secretary's office. Ithat thes orn izatiopen . will at
tend the dinner 100 per cent. The
COMING EVENTS banquet is being sponsored by
Visitors' Night-Angell a l Laboratory: The publiisiiovited to frSociology 51: The sections are ssined to the following rooms Chamber of Commerce through
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to observe the moon for the examination to be held Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 4 o'clock: Mayor Edward W. Staebler and is
from 7:00 to 10:00 p. m,, Fridayi and Saturday, November 8 and 9. Mr. Fuller's--25 A. H. Mi. Jandy's-1025 A. H. Prof. Angell's and intended to further better under-
Reservations must be made%by -"aing the Observatory office, Univer~ Mr. Guckert's-231 A. H. Miss Caneroh's and Prof. Holmes'-101 EC. standing between the city and the
sity 657, between 9:00 a. tn. and 12:00 noon on Thursday, Friday, and University. Every citizen in Ann
Saturday. R. H. Curtiss Colloquium in Applied Mechanics will meet Friday, Nov. 8, at 8 p. Arbor is cordially invited to attend
Room 2208, Angelt Hall: Begin- George Brown, of Mattoon, Ill. m., in Room 334 West Engineering Building. Professor C. T. Olmsted the affair by those in charge.
ning '.Thursday night, Nov. 7, this B , I will speak on Engineer's Registration Examinations. All interested are j Members of the board of regents,
room is no longer to be used as a the sm.lLest freshman ever enrol- invited.. Ifaculty members and deans of all
class room. Classes now reciting in led at the University of Illinois
this room are to be transferred as
MWF at 8 to Room 3209 A. H.
MF at 9 to Room 206 U. H.
WS at 9 to Ro 08 H. I EFetina Preparation
*MW F at 10 to Room 301 s. W.Exceptional E' tC$
TThS at 10 to Room 2203 A. 11.Ire
MF at 11 to Room 103 R. L. gs p e sI___ _____________
MWF at 1 to Room 22 A. l: 1:." a B
MWF at 2 to Room 203 U. I1.
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House Presidents:. All girls are
personally responsible for their
guests as to Clusing Hours and
Elizabeth De Vol,
Sigma Delta Chi: Meeting at
4:30 o'clock today at the Press
building. Active members must be
University Senate: The first
meeting for the year will be held in
Room C Law Building on Monday,
November*11, at 4:15 p. m.
Order of Business : Welcome to
new membersby. tIe President; re-
port - from the Committee of the,
Senate on University Affairs.
John W,. Bradshaw, Secretary
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and studying at first hand their art, literatureand nation-
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The "Letitia " sails with a complete
college faculty, headed by Dean Charles
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Personal Representative at Michigan


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