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IAlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
I WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1920.
ttin to the Deans:
The regular conference of the Deans will be
at 10 o'clock in the President's Office.
held on Wednesday (to-
M. L. BURTON, President.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
To Members of the Faculty:
It is requested that the directory blanks, which you will find in
the messenger boxes today, be filled out and returned to this office not
later than Oct. 25. Blanks should be filled out by all members of each
departmental staff, including assistants.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
All University houses for women must report the names of the House
Presidents to the office of the Dean of Women before Friday, Oct. 22.
Assistant to the Dean of Women.
The geological seminary (Geology 8) will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
in room G 436 N. S. Professor Hobbs will review Eckel's "Coal; Iron and
War" and the work of the seminary will be outlined.
WM. H. HOBBS.
Assembly Dates for College of Engineering:
The first assemblies for the academic year 1920-21 have 'been assigned
the following dates by the Committee on Mentors in the Engineering
Sophomores, Monday, Oct. 25, at 11 o'clock.
Juniors, Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 10 o'clock.
Seniors, Thursday, Oct. 28, at 9 o'clock.
All these assemblies will take place in Room 348 Engineering Build-
ing. If the assembly conflicts with any class, the assembly takes prece-
dence and the student will be entitled to an excuse from such class if he
has attended the assembly. It - is advisable for every student to attend
these assemblies faithfully.
Dates for other assemblies for upperclassmen shall be fixed and an-
nounced at a later time. Assemblies of Engineering freshmen occur reg-
ularly every Wednesday at 11 o'clock in University Hall.
Class officers are advised to get into touch with their respective Chief
M(entors at once to arrange programs for the assemblies, if this has not
already been done.
OCT. -24 SET FOR LEAGUE OF
NATIONS DAY BY DEMOCRATS
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original form of the co-fenant,
without serious danger to our
peace a.nd with no danger to our ulti-
mate welfare. To reject all such re-
lations with other nations as a League
of Nations implies would be a policy
for little men who are contented with
a little America. For no country, no
matter what its extent or wealth, can
be called great if it abdicates its na-
tural position in the council of world
ENROLL: Tonight is your last
chance to enroll in the first term
of dancing classes for beginners con-
ducted and managed by Mr. and Miss
Moses in the Nickels' Arcade. Dance
Hall. The first lesson will be given
this evening, 7:15 to 8:15.sClasses
are exclusively for University men
and women. Private lessons by ap-
pointment. Call 1545-W for informa-
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
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eareh Club, University of Michigan:
The first meeting of the Research Club for the
. will be held at 8 p. m. Wednesday evening, Oct.
(The Council will meet at 7:30.)
Annual election of officers.
Campbell-Bonner, The rights of women over
tives: a study in ancient law.
academic year 1920-
20, 1920, in the His-
suppliants and cap-
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
Mr. Max Schuster is requested to call at the Dean's office at his earliest
convenience. MARCUS L. WARD.
Doctor Upton's course in Municipal Adminstration will meet today
at 3 p. m. in the usual manner.
F. ROBT. BUECHNER.
All ,freshman and sophomore women who missed the first meeting
of their class in, outdoor sports on Oct. 18 or 19, are required to report at
Barbour Gymnasium on Wednesday, October 20, at 5 p. m.
MARION O. WOOD.
A third try-out will be held Wednesday at 4 p. m. in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall for those applicants for membership in Masques who have
not yet been heard. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
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book of Cartoons
Sophomore 's Work,
"Michigan Year-Book of Cartoons,"
r "Scrambled Sketches and Rabid
Rhymes" is the work of W. W. Gow-
r, '23, member of the Gargoyle staff.
"This is the first time that a student
as edited a book of jingles and draw-
ngs pertinent to Michigan,' said
,eorge Wahr, publisher. The collec-
ion contains 30 full page sketches
ealing with every phase of college
ife from blue books and room short-
,ge to the weekly dances. Opposite
ach drawing are a few verses which
dd another smile. The book is unique
n that Gower made not only the
ketches but also wrote the rhymes.
'IRST ISSUE OF 1920 CHIMES
WILL GO ON SALE TODAY
Johnson; "R. V." (more letters); and
Upperclassmen Advisers, by Paul Ea-
ton, are other outstanders in an issue
that for its excellence of makeup,
wide variety of interest, and literary
tang is a milepost in Michigan jour-
V. F. W. POST TO ACT TONIGHT
ON PROPOSED CLUB MERGER
Action in connection with the pro-
posed merger of the Overseas club and
the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be
taken at the meeting of the Richard
N. Hall post of the V. F. W. at 7:15
o'clock tonight in room 318 of the Un-
ion. Ex-service men eligible to mem-
bership in the organization will be
taken in at this time.
Plans for the banquet to be given
on the evening of Armistice day have
been completed and it is expected that
nearly 200 men will attend. Accord-
ing to the commander, the V. F. W.
Is planning to co-operate with the
Overseas club in regard to the propos-
ed parade of ex-service men on Arm-
DEBATE HELD BY ADELPHI
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tributed "The Kind of Men We
Need", and if a good many heartily
disagree with parts of it, what is
opinon unless it clashes? Chimes is,
most evidently, going to set the cam-
pus by the ears, which proves it is
living up to its truest purpose for
Collier's Editor Contributes
If among all the contents one arti-
cle might be singled out as that
which will draw a field of readers
reaching from freshman to gravest
professor and graduate, the choice
would undoubtedly fall on "Ghosts on
the Campus," by Charles Phillips1
Cushing, '07, managing editor of Col-
lier's Weekly. He has not forgotten+
a moment of his life at Michigan, and1
his picture of the past in comparison'
to strident "now" is a triumph for the1
editors who secured it for dChime.)
The Campus Bteadle (traditions!);
A Summer Romance (fiction via theI
letter route, by Gage Clarke); Rem-
iniscences of the Olympics, by Carl
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE
Adelphi house of representatives
held its second regular meeting of the
year Tuesday night in University hall.
After the regular business had been
transacted debate was staged, P. H.
Scott, '22, N. R. Buchan, '22, and O.
W. Rush, '22, successfully defending
the proposition, "That the United
States should own and operate a mer-
chant marine." The negative side of
the question was upheld by H. Hines,
'21, O. A. Brown, '21, and H. E.
Applicants for membership in the
society will be given the second pre-
liminary tryouts from 9 to 12 o'clock
Saturday morning in the Adelphi
house in University hall.
WM. JENNINGS BRYAN, NOV. 6
NG POON CHEW, NOV. 23
ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE, DEC. 1
GOV. HENRY J. ALLEN, DEC. 16
LELAND POWERS, DEC. 18
WILL BE OPENED BY
Saturday, Nov. 6
JAMES HAMILTON LEWIS, JAN. -
STEPHEN LEACOCK, JAN. 22
RABBI STEPHEN S. WISE, JAN. 26
EMELINE PANKHURST, FEB. 18
VICE-PRES. THOS. R. MARSHALL,
Advance Sale of Season Tickets at Wahr's and Graham's (both stores)
Season Tickets, General Admission, (for 10 Lectures) $2.50
Season Tickets, Reserved Section . . . . . . . . $3.00