SIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY
HARDING TO CONSULT
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN LEADERSON LEAUE'
Volume I SATUVRDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1920. Number 29. PLANS ASSOCIATION OF NATIONS
The Regents at their meeting Nov. 3 determined to meet hereafter, ex-
ept when otherwise specially voted, on the first Friday of each mouth at (By Associated Press)
:30 a. m. The ne't meeting of the Regents will therefore be held Dec. &K Marion, Nov. 5. - President-elect
Business for con,%idration at that meeting must be in the President's hands Harding has already begun fulfill-
aot later than Tli;:irsday, Nov. 25. ment of his campaign promise to con-
SHIREY . SMTHsult the nation's leading minds with
Secretary of the Board. regard to a new association of na-
tions. Fie hopes that by the time of
Dollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts : his inauguration next March he will
There will be a meeting of the Faculty at 4:30 p. mn. Monday, Nov. 8, have laid the groundwork for a plan
no Room 206, University Hail (second floor, north end).beidwchtesnmntotena
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar. tion can unite.
________________A list of those to be first consult-
ed has been drawn up, and invitations
Jurveying Students: are going forward to several to come
B~oth curve and traverse work, course one, surveying, will begin on to Marion at the conclusion, of the
Monday, Nov. 8. Those students who have completed course four and now month's vacation trip, which is to be
lesire credit in course one, or who have partial credit in course one, and started by the president-elect tomor-
who need one or both of these subjects to complete course one, will report row morning.
it Room 108, Tappan hall, 1 o'clock, Nov. 8. The names of those already invit-
C. T. JOHNSTON. ed have not been made public, but it1
was said in an announcement from
__________________________________ . _________________________________the president-elect's office tonight,
I I that men and women who have been
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