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THE MICHIGAN DAILi

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SUNDAY, NOVE31BER 21, 1920.

Number 42.

ksgiving Recess:
he Thanksgiving Day Recess consists of Thursday, November 25,
All classes meet as usual on Wednesday, November 24, and Friday,
mber 26.
n the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts each absence on
.esday and Friday, November 24 and 26, counts as three. For absences
nose days the Committee of Attendance accepts only excuses from
Effinger. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
i Faculty Members:
opies of the Faculty Directory are now being distributed through the
taries of the various Schools and Colleges. In the case of the College
terature, Science, and the Arts, the books have been placed in the
f the Dean's messenger boxes, the individual compartments being too
. Additional copies may be obtained from me.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
'fle Club Meeting:
here will be a meeting of the Romance Club on Tuesday, Nov. 23, at
o'clock, Michigan Union, Room 306. Papers by Professors Talamon
larja. A. C. CANFIELD.
rs in College of Engineering:
Vill have their next assembly on Tuesday, Nov. 23, at 11 o'clock in
348, Engineering building. Dean Cooley will speak. Important class
ess will be transacted. H. H. HIGBIE.
nts in Electrical Engineering, 2A:
en o'clock lecture section will occupy Room 411 on Tuesday, Nov. 23,
,d of Room 348. The 1 o'clock lecture section will meet in the usual
H. H. HIGBIE.

MASONIC GAT-ERING May Have Aero Unit Here LABORATORY FACILITIES NOT
HERE TOMORROW A large number of men came to the SUFFICIENT FOR DEMAND
R. O. T. C. offices in the Engineering
building yesterday morning for infor- (Continued from Page One)
Banquet, Parade, and Entertainments mation concerning the establishment take workin our department merely
Planned for Grotoes of an aero- unit of the R. 0. T. C in as an elective were advised to take l
Zal-Gaz Masonic Grotto of Ann Ar- theUniversity. some other science, and consequently'
bor will act as host tomorrow to According to Major Robert Arthur many who would have taken chemis-
Shadukiam Grotto of Detroit, Tan- five of these units are to be establish- try had to change their plans. At
Sein Grotto of Jackson, Gnis-Nal ed in universities this year. Through present we have comparatively few
Grotto of Lansing, and all other the co-operation of the Department of laboratory students who are not tak-
southern Michigan grottoes, with a Military Science and Tactics It is ing chemistry as a oundation study
banquet, parade, and evening enter. I hoped for this year. for one of the professions.
tainment.
At 4 o'clock the arriving delegates
will be met by the Zal-Gaz band and 3 JUST RECEIVED
escorted to the Armory, thence to the
various banquet halls. Shadukiam ".
will dine at the Armory, Tan-Sein and _ _T IY _

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Gnis-Nal at the Y. M. C. A. buildin
and Zal-Gaz at the Masonic temple
The grand parade, starting at
o'clock, will consist of four bands,
drum and bugle corps, and memb
of the grottoes. It will march fro
the Armory on Huron to Main,
Williams, to State, and down Huron
the Whitney for the evening enterta
ment. A loving cup will be present
to the best band, the Zal-Gaz cast w;
give an exemplification of the ritu
and numerous Prophets will ent
tain.
Type writers for rent at the Scho
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Dr Engineers:
Lssembly will be held in room
22, at 9 a. m. Professor Roth+
peaker.Y

348, Engineer building, on Monday,
of the Forestry department will be
A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.

WHAP'S GOING ON
SUNDAY
-University Men's Bible class
!ets in Laneehall.
1-Leonard A. Barrett speaks in
esbyterian church on '"Thanks-
lug.~
-Cabinet club meets at Sped-
g's studio for Michiganeusia"n
ture.
-Glee club rehearsal, second
r reading room, Union.
-Chinese Students' club meets at
Le hall to discuss the north
na relief campaign.
-Student volunteers meet in

their pictures taken as soon as pos-
sible for the Michiganensian.
Members of the Veter"ns of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
SUNDAY SERVICES IN
A NNt ARBOR CUCE
"Thanksgiving" is the general sub-
ject in the Ann Arbor churches today
and several special services are to be
held at different churches during the
day.
At the First Baptist, J. M. Wells will
speak on "Gratitude for Service and
Christianity"at 10:30 o'clock.cAt the
morningJ service of the First Presby-
terian church, LeonardiA. Barrett
will conduct a special Thanksgiving
service. The theme of the meeting of
the Christian Endeavor at-6:30 o'clock
is to be "Thanksgiving Uratitude."
This meeting will be preceded by a
social half hour beginning at 6 o'clock
Rev. Lloyd Mere Wallick will preach
on "A Divine Thanksgiving Proclama-
tion" at the morning service of the
Trinity Lutheran church. "Celebra-
tion of Harvest Home" is the subject
of the Zion Lutheran morning serv-
ice.

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arian Guild hall.
3ocial half hour at
church.

half hour,
the Metho

)-Wesleyan guild holds Thanks.
ving devotional service at Meth-
list church.
--Prof. I. H. Bartlett speaks to
nitarian Guild forum on "The
ods of a Primitive Religion.."
1--Christian Endeavor meets in
resbyterian church, preceded by
cial half hour.
1--Rabbi David Alexander of Ak-
n, O., speaks to Jewish Student
ugregation in Lane hall.
-Dr. Lynn Harold Hough ad.
-esses Wesleyan guild on "The
mpler Puritanism"gatlthe Metho-
st church.
-Fred M. Butzel of Detroit speaks
Menorah society in Lane hall.
MONDAY
-Junior engineer assembly, room
8, Engineering building.
-Freshman lits meet in Univer-
y hall.
-Glee club rehearsal, second
or reading rom, Union.
-Marine Corps club meets in
om 302, Union.
-Student Enights of Columbus
et in Ann Arbor council rooms,
5 E. Huron.
TUESDAY
)-Senior engineer assembly,
)m 348 Engineering building.
i-Wyvern meets for picture at,
rbett and Hamilton studio.'
-Czeche-Slovak club meets in;
ne hall. All Bohemian students
vited.
-Student council committee on1
derclass conduct meets at Union.
U-NOTICES
Classical club will hold an in-
rtant meeting at 8 o'clock, Tues-
y evening, in Alumni Memorial
L to discuss a revision of the
istitution. Prof. John R. Brumm.
the rhetoric department will give]
address.
bers of the Veterans of Foreign
rs post 422 who have not ob-'
ned buttons or receipts for dues,E
y get them between 7 and 8 1
lock any night this week from,
bert or Cochran, 802 Monroe

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Other subjects at the Ann Arbor
morning services are "The Helping
Hand" at St. Andrew's Episcopal
by the rector; "Jesus the Radical" by
the pastor at the First Methodist
church; a historical sermon on the
"Disciples, Their Origin and History,"
at the Church of Christ (Disciples),
and "Can a Christian Accept Evolu-
tion," by Lloyd C. Douglas of the Con-
gregational church. This last ser-
mon was suggested by remarks made
by William Jennings Bryan in Hill
auditorium on Nov. 7.
WAR WOIRKER WILL
SPEAK TOMORROW
Miss Harriet Taylor, prominent Y.
W. C. A. 'secretary of New YorkE city,
will address all women of the- Univer-
sity and Ann Arbor at 3 o'clock Tuds-
day afternoon at Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
"Women the World Over" will be
the subject of Miss Taylor's address.
During the war Miss Taylor was head
of hostess houses and all other Y. W.
C. A. work in Europe. While in Eu-
rope she made her headquarters at
the Hotel Petrograd conducted under
the auspices of the Y. W. C. A. Here
she received delegations from Bul-
garia and other parts of Europe ask-
ing that she establish associations in
their countries. Miss Taylor is at
present executive secretary of the for-
eign department of the national Y.
W. C. A.
Miss Taylor will be a guest at
Martha Cook building during her stay
in Ann Arbor. Arriving here Monday
morning, she will* spend Monday and
Tuesday mornings in personal confer-
ence with students interested in Y.
W. C. A. work. On Monday night she
will be the guest of honor at a ban-
quet given by the city Y. W. C. A. at
Newberry hall. She will be at Helen
Newberry residence for dinner Tues-
day night.

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