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A I I £ViIl~rlUINIt4 i/lL I

ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Volume I

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER, 24, 1920.

Number 44

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HEILTH SERVICE GIVES
SMALPOX WARNINGS

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STUDENTS SHOULD REPORT
FIRST SIGNS OF.
SICKNESS

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unetin to the Deans:
The regular meeting of the Deans will be held in the President's Office
is morning at 10 o'clock. M. L. BURTON.

Dental Student :
, All students enrolled in the College of Dental Surgery will be held
personally responsible for their absences. All unexcused absences will be
considered in the final grades in each subject. Those having valid excuses
for absences should report to the secretary's office, Friday afternoon, Nov.
26, and on succeeding dates to be announced.

R. W. BUNTING,

ollege of Engineering:
Thanksgiving Vacation, Nov. 25, is for one day only. No excuses al-
wed except for sckness, with satisfactory doctors' certificates. The Fac-
Lty will report all ,absences before and after this vacation. Instructors
ay condition students who are alisent without excuse on the day before
r the day after any regular vacation.

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W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean.

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ai School Special Lectures-The Use of Law Books:
Mr. C. A. Daly will begin a series of five lectures on the Use of Law
ooks at 1 o'clock Monday, Nov. 22, in room C.
The course will take up the use of all kinds of law books, cross refer-
ices, and the analysis of subjects. The courses will continue daily, except'
i Thanksgiving day, through the week.

H. A, BATES, Dean.

Phllips Scholarships for Greek and, Latin Studies:
The competitive examindtions for the Phillips Scholarships for the
year 1920-1921 will be held on Saturday, Nov. 27, as follows:
The examination in Latin, from 9 to 12 a. m., Room 108, Tappan hall.
The examination in Greek, from 2 to 5 p. m., Room 108, Tappan hall.
Committee in Charge: M. L. Burton,# J. R. Effinger, H. A. Sanders,
ampbell Bonner,
}ral Interpretations of Literature:
A recital of miscellaneous lyrics and short poems will be given this
fternoon at 4 o'clock in Room 205, Mason hall, by members of the classes
n Interpretive Reading. Those interested are invited to attend.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
Lrt Exhibit:
The collection of marine paintings by Charles Woodberry will continue
o be on exhibition until Tuesday, Nov. 30. This afternoon at 3 o'clock Pro
essor Donaldson will give the gallery talk. The exhibit will not be open
n Thanksgiving day. The lecturer for the last Sunday will be announced
rmnrwn. . H. P. THIEME.

With the purpose of preventing the
epidemic of smallpox which is now
becoming prevalent throughout the
state from spreading to Ann Arbor,
the University Health service has is-
sued a statement of warning for the
benefit of the student body.
The number of cases reported in
cities in the near vicinity of Ann Ar-
bor is growing steadily, and Dr. W.
E. Forsythe, director of the Health
service, declares that it is imperative
that students should keep away from
such towns. Smallpox, he states, is
a disease easily contracted, and ut-
most care should be taken to check it.
"Sharp pains in the back and vom-
iting are the first signs of smallpox,"
says Dr. Forsythe, "and students who
are suddenly taken ill should imme-
diately report to the Health service.
If the signs indicate smallpox, the
student will be vaccinated, if he has
not already had an inoculation.
"Vaccination is compulsory with
first year men, but I would also advise
any other students who have not
been inoculated to come to the Health
service for treatment. Vaccination
acts as a check against smallpox."
MEN INTERESTED IN SHOW
POSTERS SHOULD SEE SHUTER
Students interested in submitting
designs for a poster to be used for the
minstrel show of the Glee and Man-
dolin club are urged to get in touch'
with E. Mortimer Shuter after 3
o'clock this afternoon in room 308 of
the Union. Full specifications will be
given out at this time to all appli-
cants.
Princeton Will Not Go to California
Princeton, N. J., Nov. 23.-Definite
announcement that the Princeton un-
iversity football team would decline
an invitation to play a game in Cali-
fornia on New Year's day was made
today by the board of athletic control.
Read The Daily for Campus News.

H. C. WILLSON ELECTED J-HOP
REPRESENTATIVE BY J-LAWS
Harry C. Willson, '22L, was elected
law representative on the J-Hop com-
mittee} by the junior law class at its
meeting yesterday afternoon, and in
addition the various committees for
the year were announced. These com-
mittees are as follows: Finance, Earl
E. Kincaid and Leo W. Kuhn; social,
J. A. Friekland, chairman; A. D. Mc-.
Donald, H. A. McCowan, and C. L.
Smith; auditing, Harold E. Storz and
George 0. 'Brophy.
Dues of 50 cents per year were as-
sessed after a class ballot on this mo-
tion.
SEVERAL CASES OF FRESHMAN
MISDEMEANOR CONSIDERED
Several cases of freshman misde-
meanor were considered at the first
meeting of the committee on fresh-
man conduct held last night at the
Union. Discussing the plans for the
year, the committee decided that no
mob discipline for freshmen other
than that by the committee would be
tolerated.
Republicans Appeal for More Funds
New York, Nov. 23.-An appeal for
contributions to make up a deficit of
approximately $1,500,000 in the cam-
paign fund for the Republican nation-
al committee was sent out tonight by
Will H. Hays, chairman.
Ohio State Will Not Meet Notre Dame
Columbus, O., Nov. 23.-A post sea-
son football game between Ohio State
and Notre Dame will not be consid-
ered by Ohio State athletic authori-
ties, L. W. St. John, athletic director
of the university, said tonight.

MINSTREL SHO BRITISH OFFICERS ROUNDING i .
DATES ANNOUNCED UP REPUBLICANS IN IRELAND
Dublin, Nov. 23. - The vigorous ac-
(Continued from Page One) tivities of the authorities left little
'22L; J. C. Bugher, '21; W. B. Butler, doubt that determined and persistent
'23E; L.I A. Burns, '21; R. C. Wolfe, efforts are being made to round up
'22E. every Republican suspected of being
' active in outrages.
Harp guitars-Fred E. Motley, '22M; Tht otrres.
S. F. Perry, '22L; W. F. Hanselman, The total arrests to date are uder-
'23. Flute-H. V. Prucha '2. stood to be huge but the government
Cello-ugeneH.sius, '21M. Viol-! refuses to divulge the figures. Dublin
B. H. Bronson, '21. Mandolin-E. T, castle authorities, however, said the
Jones, '23M. prisons are so full that it has be-
Jones,'23M.come necessary to utilize the castle
To acquaint members of combined itself and that it was in the lumber
club committees with their duties, room in the old detective. quarters
Frederick R. Storrer, '21E, general of the castle that Clancy and two
chairman, announces a meeting at others were shot yesterday.
7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening, Dec.
l, in room 308 of the Union. An-
nouncement was made yesterday of FRESHMAN GLEE AND MANDQ.
the personnel of these committeemen LIN CLUB TO BE ORGANIZED
ap follows:
That a freshman Glee and Mandolin
Publicity-Hugh W. titchcock, '22, club will be formed within a week
chairman; Thornton W. Sargent, Jr.,l was the announcement of Frederick
'22; Renaud Sherwood, '22; Byron!RaStoeran21Enchmnof Fredcrm-
Darnton, '23. Ticket committee-Sid- R. Storrer, '21E, hairman of the coi-

ney Sarasohn, '22, chairman; Max R.
Schrayer, '23E; Frank Tennant, '23;
R. C. Smith, '23P. Program committee
-Ed Priehs, '22, chairman; V. H, Hill-
ery, '23; R. G. Burchell, '23; C. G.
Currie, '23E; R. C. Stearns, '23E.
The following men have been ap-
pointed to serve on committees for the{
minstrel production:
Stage-W. R. Harrison, '21E, chair-
man; C. N. Hess, '23; Stuart Stand-
ish, '22; prank Camp, '23. Property-
Frank H. Lee, '22, chairman; Guy;
Wedthoff, '23; Robert Collins, '23;
Robert Cooper, '23. Costumes-H. W.
Spence, '22, chairman; Wendell Moore,
'23; Stroughton Benjamin, '23; R. L.
Haggameir, '23. Make-up-Kershaw,
Harms, '20E, chairman; Joe Crabbe,
'23E; Charles Kindel, '23; Roland Is-
land, '23.

bined clubs committee of the Union,
yesterday. Instructions will be given
in several days to the first year men
who wish to try out for the clubs.
Union Plans Thanksgivng Dinner
Turkey, cranberries, and everything
is what Dennis Donovan, steward, has
planned for Thanksgiving dinner at
the Union. Service will be from 1 to
2:30 o'clock in the main dining room
and the ladies' dining room. Plates
will be $2.
UNIVERSITY MEN! Best and saf-
est place to put your money is with
HURON VALLEY BLDG. & SAVINGS
ASSO. Dividends never less tban 6
per ct. Can withdraw money anytime
and receive 5 per ct. from day of in-
vestment. Wmn. L. Walz, Pres., H. H.
Herbst, Secy., Saving Bank Building.=-
Adv.

I JUST RECEIVED

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WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
7:15-Tutereollegiate Zionist society
meets in Lane hall.
7n30-Griffins meet in room 304, Un-1
ion.
7:80-Forestry club meets, room F
214, Natural Science building.
THURSDAY
9:00-Rifle club turkey shoot at old
S. A. T. C. range. Motor trucks
leave Union between 8 and 9 o'clock.
11:00-Union services in Hill audi-
torium.
FRIDAY
3:00-Officers of Pontiac club meet for
group picture at Spedding's studio.
7:80-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
8:00-Post Thanksgiving party given
by Young Ladies' sodality at St.
Thomas hall.
U-NOTICES
The meeting of the Western club has
been postpoged until* Wednesday,
Dec. 1, because of the Thanlksgiv-
ing vacation.
Senior engineer officers and chairmen
of committees are requested to have
their pictures taken as soon as pos-
sible for the Michiganensian.
Kembers of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for,
group pictures at Spedding's studio..
Al Phi Eps are requested to report in
person to 341 East Jefferson street
any evening.
Members of Marine Corps club can
order group pictures at Spedding's
studio now.'
ENROLLMENT IN R. 0. T. C.l
CORPS REACHES 211 TOTAL
Enrollment in the R.0 . T. ,. c'orps
0f the University has reached a total
>f 211 at the present time, and ,of
his number 161 are enrolled in coastt
artillery and 50 in the signal corps.t
l'he engineers are leading in num-(
er of men enrolled with a total ofx
57 while there are 52 lits. One stu- 8
lent from the dental college and one x
rom the architectural college com- f
lete the number. The sophomore en-
ineers show most interest in thec
rork with 76 registered and the classn
f '24E comes next with 56. 1
New equipment is arriving daily, f
he most recent' addition being a five i
on tractor and a 155 millimeter G. P. v
. rifle. An eight inch tractor howit- o
er has been shipped but has not yet t
rrived. The signal'porps is expecting
new type of radio outfit to be de b
vered soon. b

ENGINEERS MUST HAVE MORE
ROOM, DECLARES DEAN COOLE
(Continued from Page One)
"Several courses are now bean
housed in temporary buildings. Ti
highway laboratory and the evapori
tor laboratory have been placed in th
old boiler hoube building. The S..
T. C. building is being utilized for a
automobile laboratory. Classes in su
veying, which were held for two year
in the Natural Science building, ar
now being held in the basement c
the Library building.
Building Would Give Space
"The proposed new building wi
provide ample space for present an
future requirements in the followin
departments of the engineering co
lege: Engineering shops, material
testing laboratory, steam laborator
hydraulics laboratory, refrigeratin
laboratory, heating and ventilatin
laboratory, automobile laboratory
aerodynamic laboratory, electrica
laboratory, highway laboratory, evap
orator laboratory, and chemical engi
neering laboratory.
"This would leave vacant-the engi
neering shops building which coul
easily be altered for use of architec
ture, drawing, surveying and mi
tary departments. The laboratorie
in the new engineering building an'
space now occupied by classes it
architecture and drawing could b
converted into class and lectur
rooms. Laboratories now used fo
chemical engineering could be give
over to chemistry, thereby adding one
third to the chemistry floor space.
"It is planned to erect the neR
building of the simplest type of con
struction, costing much less than the
ordinary building., Therefore if thf
budget passes, a maximum of relie
will be. obtained with the least possi
ble expenditure of money," Dean Coo
ley said.
MOTOR TRUCKS WILL CARRY
CONTESTANTS TO RIFLE SHOOTi
*
Motor trucks will be provided by
the R. 0. T. C. unit to transport to
the range the contestants in the Rifle
club's turkey shoot scheduled for to-
morrow morning. The trucks will be
at the Union from 8 to 9 o'clock to-
morrow, and there will be no charge
for the trip.
The Rifile club has obtained suffi-
cient turkeys and geese to insure
matches for all who wish to compete.
Prof. C. E. Wilson of the engineering
aculty and Major Robert Arthur, who
s in charge of the R. 0. T. C. unit,
will act as referees. These men are
on the Rifle club executive commit-
ee.
Competitive shooting matches will
be held after the turkey shoot has
been completed.

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