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THE MICHICAN

DAILY.

308, Michigan Union during the specified time designated for office
hours. It is impossible to give information out at unreasonable hoursI
over the telephone.,
LECTURE TODAY
University Lecture: Dr. Etienne Gilson, Professor of Mediaeval Phi-
losophy, at the University of Paris, will lecture in English on the subject,
"The Christian Providence," at 4:15 p. in., in Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre.
MEETINGS TODAY
Geology I and 31: Make-up bluebook at 4 o'clock in Room 3056 N. S.
Acolytes: There will be a meeting at Professor Vibbert's residence,
620 Oxford Road at 7:15 p. m. Professor Gilson will lead the discussion.'
Graduate Women: The Dean of Women and her staff invite all
graduate women students to tea in the Ethel Fountain Hussey Room of
the League at four o'clock. There will be an informal discussion of
possible social activities for graduate women.
Play Production: There will be a special matinee at 4:15 p. m., in
the Laboratory Theatre of Professor John Lewis Brumm's one act play,
"Scrambled Ego." The public is invited. No admission charge.
The Latest Marvels in Scientific Discovery and Invention will bQ
explained and demonstrated in the Union at 2 o'clock today,
Sophomore Cabaret: The Tango Group meets at 3 p. m., at the
League, and the Uke Chorus also meets at the League at 4 p. m. The
Empress Eugenie Group meets at 4 p. in., the Chess Group I at 4:30 p. M..,1
the Moderns and the Michigan Band at 5 p. m., at Barbour gymnasium.
Faculty Women's Club: A card and thimble party will be held in the
Michigan League ball room at 2:30. Tea will be served at 4 o'clock.
COMING EVENTS
Sociology 251 Assignment for Monday: Chs. 13, 19, and 20.
R. C. Angell.
Research Club: The next meeting of the Research Club will be held
on Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 8 p. m., in Room 2528, East Medical building.
Dr. C. W. Edmunds will speak on the Exhaustion of the Adrenal Glands
and Dr. Carl E. Guthe on the Lunar Count of the Maya Indians of
Guatemala.
At the October meeting of the Club the following officers for the

current year were elected: E. 11. Kraus, President; J. G. Winter, Vice- Duke Elington'aBand
President; E. E. Nelson, Secretary; C. S. Schoepfle, Treasurer. L. I. Bred-
vold, E. D. Dickinson, and H. P. Thieme were elected members of the I Play at Illinois
council for a period of three years. (Special to The Daily)
URBANA, Il., Nov. 19.--Dke El-
Masonic Students: The next meeting of the Craftsmen will be Satur- ngtoNAd Iov.h19.-Duke E n
day Dc. 5ington and his orchestra have been
clay, Dec. . obtained to play for the Junior.
Michiganensian Women Tryouts and Junior Editors: Important prom at the University of Illinois,
meeting of the Staff on Monday, Nov. 23, at 4 p. m. Tryouts must be which will be held Friday, Decem
present to be assigned to Lower Staff positions. ber 18. On the following night,
McKinney's Cotton Pickers, anoth-
Wesley Hall: The foundation presents Professor Preston W. Slosson, er prominent negro orchestra, will
of the University History Department, who will speak on "Religion and furnish the music for the Senior
Russia," at 6 p. m. informal.
Classes at 12 a. m.: Freshman-Professor Carrothers, instructor, Opening day's sales for the prom
Undergraduate-Dr. Blakeman, instructor. Graduate Forumr-Ton brought 700 purchasers to the win-
Pryor, '26, chairman. dow of the ticket office.
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