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P~AGE 'EGHT,

TI-1IMI IC HI GAN D AI1LY)

PublicatiOn inr the Bulletin is comistuctive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the ,A{ istant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:301 a. wi. Saturday)
VOL. XL. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, M9 9 No. 46i
NOTICE~S

? he Pl i t iv . taience f jouirnalt ( '1111)ineet~s at 3 :00 p). In. in 20351
C(ollooi uriii :App ied Mecha ics 11eets at 831p.111. in I ,.oli334 WestJ
i: ~ ~ ~ ~~l' Wieri~I~ liiD.X. M. Co Lt-eIs will present a, pa per en titled6
tA i i 1 C1 M1 1071(1 t;' ;i!t_)do(.' )Yi)2plI, ig 1 ye':sc ad Di';p)].uefn~ mits 11in '''

'9 IIIS HRLiquor Hd Been Confiscated by
Police on Illinois
Camapus.

TSuzzalHo to Direct
Eduicatiottid Surveyl

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1'd29
COUNCIL OEQARE
PG.POSITION VCATE

_, The P'V -i v;;al -Journial Club at at 7:30 h. in. is 1roomf 31 ?f(,
Natural S r 13iuildin . Professor Adams will presen~t mauteri al r(Ilb--
t ve to ti, -iA>u f maind ern(s

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To Members of the Faculty, 1923-1.930: Academic annual salaries'
are paid in nine installments (the ninth being a double installment) Bto, \ s,,i td ,S
opition of the Faculty member arianeinent may bc made with the .r:.ci ~IWI iesi om32MihgnUina ::]p~' cinas mc rsi rpr
Business Office to pay the salary in twelve equal monthly installment~, *lons on the University, of Illinois
endint with, the installment of Seftember 30, 1930. If the arrange-" camnpus today.,
ment is not made untilo October 31 proportionate adjustments i Am Arbor lccekey Club: There will be field ho .;.-y practice to- X. J. Sherman of Crown Point,!
the amount and number of the annual installments ending September clay ait 12 o'clock.
30, 1930, will be made. We have argae scheduled with. the Detroit Hockey Club within ,Xh a ied$0 n ot
Faculty miembers w ishling to make such an arrangement for 1929- the week.,veafter pleading guilty to possession;
1930 will please call on the payroll clerk, Misr; Edith Smnith or the as- -_)_ __ f the 12 gallons of liquor confis-
sistant, Miss Edna Geiger, in the Business Office at any, time except!'iwatecl in the raid Sunday, ws one;
during the final four days o, any monthl. Preparation of Life payrois The Newcom rs' Secti~n-Faculty W1oinel's Club mets at 2:30 p.; f those expelled. Other fraternity
d~iingthi for-dy pio& . ctica ivis attention to other mat- 3 m. in the JWomen's Athletics Building.nebrtom tth saefe
ters.

Mandatory Ruling Necessitate,,
Removal of Norville
From ,Offie.
Application of a constitutional
rule -last night prompted the Stut-
dent council to declare the position
of Leo T. Norville, °32L, as seiWIr
councilman, vacant, because of
Norville's thr'ee unexcused absences
during the council *meetings 'thi.s
fall. A provision in the countcI
j constitution makes it mandatory
3 for the student governing booto t
declare the office vacante. No ac-

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Shirley IV. Smith, Sacrot ary and Business Manager

V;acuity, Colleges of Engincering and Arebitecture: The mid-s^-
iinester reports on students in your classes wvhose work is below passing
;.hould be made on cards which iiay be obtaied in the office of the
Secretary, 263 West Engineerinig Building, or fromn the messenger;
oxes. These reports re Lo be filed in the Secretawry's office not later a
thian Friday, NovenlbeV 2:.
Loijis A, . iopis, Seretalray
St tudits, Colleges of ',Elgineering and Arehitecture: The Classi-
fication Coipmnittee of thecse Colleges ha;; placed the limit of 'time atI
which a course may, be dropped withiout record, excepting in cases of
continued illness or other extenuating circumstances, on Saturday, ;
Novembr 23, at 12:30 o'clock, p. m.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Attention Seiniors: Anyone interested in domestic and foreign
banking will have an opportunity to talk to a representative of the
National City Bank of New York on Friday, November 22, in the officea
of the University Du6reau of Appointments and Occupational Infor-
mation, in Room 201, Mason Hall. Those interested will please come
to the office sometime before Thursday noon to make arrangements.

Doume Presidents of W~omen's Houses: The monthly meeting for
Novemiber will be held today instead of Novemiber 23, in the Board ofl
Reopiesentat:ives Rooms in the League, at 5 o'clock.
Ch1risti'ana Scienve society meets in .the Chapel of thec Michigan
League Building at 7:30 p. in.
Signa ...h ,mmii p silon will hold a luncheon inl the Michigan U11i01
at 12:15 p.rtm.
COMING EVENTS
Eimlish 300 will not meet this week.

zro'ithe stuudent council of adimin- w-
stration were: A. J. Withers, Hib- Assooia ted Chess PhotO
bing, Minn.; E. E. Langbonds, Mar- Dr. . c ry Suzzallo
ion, Ill.; A. Butwell, Cicero, Ill.;; Former president of the Univer-
R, R. Hughes, Burlington, Ia.; J. P. -jty of Washington, who will direct
,McMillan, Cartilage, Ill.; Charles a nattional survey to discover the
Binkert, Quincy, Jil.; and Robert J. i duties of the federal government in
Hartley, Toulon, 1l1. regards to education.

10on was5 taken i y ttlC couLWU i.Wine
b ers themselves on the matter.
The future of the position will be
considered at the-'next meeting; of
the council. It will then be decided
if Norville should be allowed to re-,
enter the body, or if a new manl
should be chosen.

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The Intramural Sports Building will be closed all day T'hanxks-
giving day.
j Le Cerele ;Franicais: It has been erroneously announced that
there would be a meeting of the club today at 8:00 p. m. The first
meeting of the year, for old and new members, will be held in Room
408 R.L., Tuesday evening, Nov. 26,: at 7:45 p. m.
Children's Rhythm Classes will hereafter meet as follows: Chil-
J1~LI ~AA~eI11i~iU~ ren4-6yeas od a 10 'clck;thoe 68 yars ld t 1:30o'cock

BFLORENCE McCLINCHEY, A.
University of Michigan, 1927
"JOE PETE"9
Chosen as their Christmas Book by Thec Book League of America-
$2.50

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_-- -and those over 8 years old at 11 o'clock. as usual. The above hour
Class, Presidents: All class cfflecers must have their pictures taken arIh ie hncassatal priiaei ciiy opes
before December first for the Michigancnsian. Class presidents arc eaonthetime hncassatal atcpt natvt~opes
responsible for the officers .of their class. I__beontime.
I nrge Ltonardl, Managing Editor Salesmen 1-*igrams for the Iowa game will be issued PFiday alter-,
Prospective Teacer:hers: In accordance witil a University regula- ona angt fFrr il rm3t .m
tion there will be a late registration fee of $1.00 charged to all stu
Cents enrolling for teaching positions after November 23rd. Free reg-,
istration will conitinue this week in room 201, Mason Hall.

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UNIVERSITY
BOOK STORE

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Lucille Brooks,
University Bureau of Appointments
and 0" iipatonal Information
EVETSTODAY
Exhibition of original dirwings and paintings by Ameraean illus-
trators, ground floor gallery. tBchiteectural Building, daily, except Suli
clay, throughout November.

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Dr. Walter R. Sharp, Secretary of thU Committees on Grants-ini-
Aid and Fellowships of the Social Science Research Council,, will be
at the University today. Members, of the Social Science departments.I
and candidates for the Doctorate whomay be interested in the future
Jin either of the matters in-Mr. Sharp's charge, wouM~ be welcomed
at luncheon at the Unioi, _12: 15. Phone reservations to the Depart--
men1t of Political Science, 535.
All-Campus Foruim: Prof. J. R. Hayden will conduct the Fourth
All-Campus Forum in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall at 4 p. mn.
Geology 31: The examaination on Rocks which was previously ani-
nounqed for next week in the Thursday 3-5 section, will be given today:
instead.
I;. N. Goddard
,-pech 31 andt 32 Mid-Seinester Examninationis: The mid-sceester
cxtImin11ations in Speech 31 aned 32 will be held today, at 4:00 p. mu. as
follows:
Speech 3i: Students from A to L inclusive will report at Roomi 25,j
Angell Hall. Students from M to Z inclusive will report at Room 1025,
Angell Fall.
Speech 32: All students will report at Room 1025, Angell Hall.
Wornen's Rife Class: There wvill% be no rifle practice today. j
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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION PRESENTS
The Outstanding Lecture Attraction
of the Season
Wi11aan eeC
In An Illustrated Lecture-
"BEEATH TROPIC SEAS"

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America's foremost naturalist, featured in a lecture illustrated with underwater

motion

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bringing to its the great unknown life beneath the seas.
T"ONIGHT -=HILL AUDITORIUM-8:OO P. M*

Single admaission

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tickets on sale at Slater's Bookstore, 3211 Angell Hall or at Hill Auditorium Box Office
betweten, 7 and 8 on Thursday Night.

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Perfect dance music in a beautiful ballroom

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Friday 9:00 till 100

Saturday 9:0till 12

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