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THF. MICI-IIGAN F) A I I Y rRIDAY, NOV~MT~ETh ,~, 1929

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

House Organizers: House Organization meeting Monday at 5:00
o'clock in the Board of Represerntatives Room. 'There will be some
jchanges in House Presidents. l tis ncessary that c avZ ry gianiicr b,,
at that mreeting-.
Philippine Niiehigan Club will meet at We,;le-v 'i ai-iuly a ter-.
'noan, November 10, at 3:00, to discuss about the Rizal DX. , p.rogram.

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EIOUS DISEASES New Dctroi- Windsor
.'HOSPITAL FRIDAY ~ L
T"ihe forum will close with a ds E'tlNV ' ~i i 1
cusionof he Roe o Inusinsnew Ambassador bridge betiweent
cusson f te "ole f IfusonsDetroit and Windsor was completed
and Transfusions in the Treatment at 5 o'clock Wednesday afternoon
of Diarrhea," the topic being in-, with the laying of the final secti~n
trod uced by Dr. Leon De Vel of of the pavement,
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Ident until 3:30p. im. (11:30 a. im. aturday) 'n igmnn Ainnual mveeing 01
VOL. XL. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER , 1929 No. 35 1 Hindustan Club invites the Chinese and Hawaiian students for a Medical Society.
__________________________ social meeting to be held November 10, at Lane Hal at 2..00 p. in. Prof.
NOTICES 4 C. F. Remer of the Economics Department will speak. O'DO0NNE LL TO LECTURE
Beginning wtih the present year Mr. William C. Ho~lands has retiredI Chorus Group Faculty Women's Club will meet Monday evening,
fro th acivesueritenenc ofth UnverityPritig Pantin heNovember 11, at 7:30, at the bonze of Mrs. F. N. Calhoun 1047 Olivia! Discusin oni the subject of
General Library Building. Mr. Hlollands continues to be in charge of the'IvNuMeioccsMnngtsb D.
Bindery. The Printing Plant is in charge of Miss Edna K. Mulhollandl. Dr William S.ODnel n r
_hre .Sih Members of the Facuty: All faculty members who have not ordered' Rockwell M. Kempton will open the
International Forum: The second International Forum will be held thaiyplae-os-imditlyateScrtrysofie first session of the eighth annual
Sunday, November 10, at 4:00 p. ni. in the Library o Lane Hall. Mr.; meeting of the University of Michi-
E. C. Jandy of the Sociology Department'will lead the discussion on "The ALL STUDENTS ELIGIBLE TO JOIN 'an Pediatric and Infectious Di-
Social Psychology of Race Relations." All students and faculty are cr- esSoitwhcwllbhlda
dially invited. ARTCLB SAYS MARGARET DORMAN;saeSceywic ilb eda
John M. Brumnm, Carlos Guardia, International Committee.:C UBthe University hospital Friday aft-
Not only those actively engaged - er noon and evening and Saturday,
House Presidents: All girls are ptmrsonally responsible for their in art work or taking courses in! ing exhibition of student art work November 8 and 9. The first meet-
guests as to Closing hours and Lteness. at btal tdet:hoae ,n to be conducted by the society. ' ing, in the form of an open forum.
Elizabeth Ile Vol. rbtalsuet h r n All those who are interested are will begin at 2 o'clock Friday.
terested in art may belong to the requested to bring their exhibits to Following this discussion, the
Viitrs Ngt-ngllfai Lboaor: heoblc s n itdo Art club, stated Margaret Dorman,! the League building during the subject of Rheumatic Syndrome
visit the Astronomical Laboratory in Angell Hall to observe the moon c. himno h program! coming wekioieo h oma etfrhb r aulJ ei
from 7:00 to 10:00 p. in., Friday and Saturday, November 8 and 9. committee correcting a false im- will be posted on the first-floor of Detroit, will command the at-
Reservations must be made by calling i~ e Observatory ofilce, Univer- pressionr regarding eligibility to bulletin board. ten of the physicians.
sity 657, between 9:00 a. in. and 12:00 Noon on Friday and' membership in the society.I
Sat urday. R. It. Curtiss I a meeting held at 7:30 Tues-
dynight in the Russian Tea roomI
EVENTS TODAYI of the Women's League building,! a
Art Exhiibitioni illustrating Now Ways of Art Education in German the constitution of the club, which
Public Schools from the Prague International Congress of Arts, in third is the formative process, was dis-
floor exhibit room, Architectural Building, from 9 to 5 daily, except Sun-┬░cusd
day, through November 9.I The actvities of the organization _________________________
____i are threefold: in addition to the
"Business Adnministration 161: Hour examination will be given at1 regular business meetings, speakers
4:00 p.'mn. in Room 101, Economics Building. will be procured to speak to the so-
________ ciety; laboratory and discussion
Colloquium in Applied Mechanics meets at 8:00 p. in., in Room 334 Session sessions will be held in
West Engineer Building. Professor C. T. Omstead will speak on En- which the members will have a
gin eer's Registra tion Examinations, chance to do their own sketching,
painting, and modeling, and also
Americant Cheic~al Society: Dr. D. 11. Andrews, of Johns Hopkins benefit by the exchange of ideasI
University, will speak before the local section on "The Mechanical Na- with other students; exhibits of the
ture of Valence Forces," at 4:15 D. ra., in roon 303 Chemistry Building. wFork of members as well as other!
Anyone interested is5 invited to a.ttentd. { students who care to contribute
Iwill be held.k
Hfouse Committee: Short meeting of House Committee of the Michi- All students who have done any
gan Union at 3:30 p. in. f art work, whether they are mem-
bers of the Art club or not, are in-
Program Salesmen : Programs will be issued at the main gate of C,vited to enter their work in a com- y
Ferry Field from 3:00 to 5:00 p. in.' -
COMING EVENTS.
Stamp Collector,: There will be a- meeting Saturday evening at 8:00
o'lc n om48 fteRoacLagae Bidn. nacio asj D ain!
been planned. Visitors qnd collectors are cordially invited.al i g
o'clck n rol~ 40 of he omace angage Buidin. A autio ha
Senior Mechanical T nginee s , Mr. G. W. Kittridge, Training Super- Fia
visor, White Motor Company, CI-veland, Ohio, will be in room 221 West Frida
Engineering Building on Monday. November 11, from 9:00 a. mn. to 2:00; anM E Y ERda
p. in., for the purpose of interviewing prospective graduates. As many adStra
seniors as possible should talk to Mr. Kittridge. He does not wish to;
make any definite propositions at the present time, but wishes to make Cri n i r
'the students. acquainted wit~h the organization. Red Cri n i r
IV.______ E. Lay. I chestsa directed from Fatty ,P ik in
LYNCH & Co.Arbuckle's P1l a ni t a t io in
New York Stock Exchange SejH L B Yi u
Chicago Stock ExchangeI at leather for t
Cleveland Stock Exchange I
Detroit Stock Exchange (G a g jFD OL
New York Curb Market 'j n esFIEDLA
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erstock, Instructor in Pedtiatrics
and Infectious Diseases, of the Uni-
versity.
A formal meeting will be held
Friday evening beginni'g at 7:30
o'clock. After the election of of fi-
cers for the ensuing year, nine ad-
dresses will be madte by promnient
physiciajns of the University, of the}
city, and of other cities.
Saturday morning's session,
,starting at 9 o'clock, will be fea-;
tured by eight talks, among which:I
is one on "The Evolution of the!
Kahn Test in Children" by Dr. Reu-
ben L. Kahn, discoverer of the test.
All physicians interested are in-
vited to attend these sessions.

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