THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICiAL BULLETIN
Volume I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1920. Number 41.
There wJll be a meeting of the University Senate on Monday, Nov. 22,
i Room C, Law building, at 8 p. m.
Annual report of the Senate Council.
Annual report of the Dean of the Graduate School.
dommunications from the Senate Council.
Report of Committee appointed by the President to prepare an appre-
ation of Professor Demmon. J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
Assembly will be held in room 348, Engineer building, on Monday,
ov. 22, at 9 a. m. Professor Roth of the Forestry department will be
.e speaker. A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.
ollege of Engineering-To Teachers and Mentors of Freshmen:
Grade cards called for by the Dean's letter of.-Nov. 15 are to be re-
.rued Nov. 20.. Please give prompt attention.
PETER FIELD, Head Mentor for Freshmen.
The collection of Seascapes by Woodberry will continue to be on ex-
bition throughout this month at Memorial Hall from 2 to 5 including
anday. On Sunday at 3 Mr. L. A. Makielski will give a gallery talk.
H. P. THIEME.
. HATS GOING ON
1:00-Greater Newark club meets at
Spedding's studio for Michiganen-
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:g0-Thanksgiving social for all
Presbyterian students in church
7:0-Greater Newark club meets in
room 304, Union.
8:00-Iihan New speaks on "The
Handicap of Being a Korean" in
Lane hall auditorium.
9:80-University Men's Bible class
meets in Lane hall.
8:00-Glee club rehearsal, second
floor reading room, Union.
4:80-Chinese Students' club meets at
Lane hall to discuss the north
China relief campaign.
4:80-Student volunteers meet in
6:45-Supper and social half hour,
Unitarian Guild hall.
6:00-Social half hour at the Metho-
:80 Wesleyan guild holds Thanks-
giving devotional service at Meth-
6:80-Prof. H. H. Bartlett speaks to
Unitarian Guild forum on "The
Gods of a Primitive Religion."
7:80-Dr. Lynn Harold Hough ad-
dresses Wesleyan guild on "The
Ampler Puritanism" at the Metho-
The Classical club will hold an Im-
portant meeting at 8 o'clock, Tues-
day evening, in Alumni Memorial
hall to discuss a revision of the
constitution. Prof. John R Brumm
of the rhetoric department will give
The Cabinet club will meet for Mich-
Iganensian picture at 11:30 Sunday
morning at Spedding's studio. Mem-
bers will bring money for initiation
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars post 422 who have not ob-
tained buttons or receipts for dues,
may get them between 7 and 8
o'clock any night this week from
Gilbert or Cochran, 802 Monroe
Fred X. Butzel of Detroit will ad-
dress Menorah society in Lane hall
at 8:15. Sunday evening.
Senior engineer offieers and chairmen
of committees are requested to have
their pictures taken as soon as pos-
sible for the Michiganensian.
Members of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
MAKIELSKI WILL GIVE TALK
ON ART SUNDAY AFTERNOON
L. A. Makielski, instructor of paint-
ing in the College of Architecture, will.
give a gallery talk on one phase of
art at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in
Alumni Memorial hall.
Mr. Makielski has himself painted
a number of portraits, some of which
are on display in Alumni hall.
The collection of seascapes by
Woodbury will continue to be on ex-
ibition from 2 to 5 o'clock every aft-
ernoon throughout the month.
Ng Pooh Chew
"The Mark Twain of China" is the
appellation which Dr. Ng Poon Shew,
who fills the second number of the
Oraterical association program Tues-
day evening in Hill auditorium, has
won for himself. Papers in all parts
of the country have praised his keen
wit and characteristic humor.
Dr. Chew has had a varied career.
Born in Canton province, China, in
1866, his family soon came to Amer-
ica, where he was educated in the
public schools of San Jose, in the Oc-
cidental school of San Francisco, and
the San Francisco Theological sem-
inary. He holds the degree of Litt. D.
from the University of Pittsburgh. His
family intended him for the Toaist
priesthood but he was converted to
Christianity and entered the Christian
He left the ministry to found a Chi-
nese newspaper, which is today the
largest paper of its kind in the world.
He is also a statesman, having aided
in the recent Chinese revolution, and
having served as Chinese vice-consul
at San Francisco. As a business 'man
he has been prominent in several
shipping ventures, and is engaed in
various commercial pursuits. He has
become an authority on the exclusion
of Chinese from the United States,
and is the author of "Non-Exclusion"
and "Treatment of Exempt Classes
of Chinese in America."
As a lecturer, Dr. Chew is known
for his perfect command of English
and his humor. Not long ago he ap-
peared as a lecturer for the Redpath
chautauqua. The subject of his lec-
ture will be "China Under Burdens."
GREEKS TO ADHERE TO FOREIGN
POLICY OF PEACE IN FUTURE
* (By Associated Press)
Paris, Nov. 19.-Former King Con-
stantine of Greece outlining his views
of the future foreign policy of Greece
today declared that it would be one
of peace. The government, he de-
clared, would keep to the letter the
treaties just signed.
Referring to the recent elections he
was quoted as saying: "I can count
upon the sympathy of Italy and Eng-
land itself if it desires will find in
me as faithful a collaborator as my
former premier. Regarding France,
when the whole truth is know, she will
find that I never wished to break with
my father's traditions."
Announce Musi Contest
With the aim of attaining preficien-
cy in different departments of music,
a state-wide contest for artist stu-
dents has been announced under the
auspices of the National Federation
of Music clubs to be held in Ann Ar-
bor next spring.
A detailed statement of the condi-
tions of the contest andtthe music to
be selected may be obtained by ad-
dressing Mrs. Edwin S. Sherrill, 50
Dexter boulevard, Detroit.
This early announcement of the
contest is made in order to give am-
ple time for the preparation of the
music to be used.
Overdue Ozone Arrives
Ventilators for the completion of
the ventilating system in Mason hall
are now being installed on the roof of
the building, according to the Build-
ings and Grounds department. The
ventilators were to have arrived last
September but were delayed in ship-
R. O. T. C. UNIT TO
GIVE AERO COURSE
Real flying, in real airpanes may
become a reality at the University of
The department of Military Science
and Tactics is working in conjunc-
tion with Prof. F. W. Pawloski, of the
aeronautical branch of the engineer-
ing college to effect the establishment
of an aero unit of the R. 0. T. C.
Before measures can be taken in
the application of this unit, it is nec-
essary to have the signatures of 100
men who are willing to enroll in this
course, with the understanding that
the unit is to be "flying," and not a
In order that the application for
this unit may be made as soon as
possible, Major Robert Arthur, of the
R. 0. T. C., asks that the interested
confer with him at once, in room 239
New Engineering building.
A. F. OF L. TAKES STAND AGAINST
RADICALISM AND IMMIGRATION
Washington, Nov. 19.-The execu-
tive council of the American federa-
tion of labor concluded its work with-
out making a formal announcement
on what it had accomplished during
the three weeks discussion.
It was understood, however, that
certain programs were considered
which by common consent will be
come policies of the organization.
These include what was described as
a stand against radicalism within la-
bor and for sharp restrictions of im-
migration. There was an almost unan-
imous agreement, it was understood,
for labor and industrial engineers.
Legislation to be urged upon con-
gress was discussed but the nature of
these plans were not disclosed.
NEWARK CLUB WILL MEET
TO PLAN VACATION BANQUET
In order to make arrangements for
banquet of high school seniors to be
held- during the Christmas recess,
members of the Greater Newark club
will hold a special meeting at 7:30
o'clock this evening in room 304 of
the Union. The purpose of the ban-
quet will be to interest men In com-
ing to Michigan.
The club will meet at Spedding's
studio at 1 o'clock this afternoon for
the group picture for the Michigan-
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