THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ALLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1920.
embers of the Faculty:
The second General Faculty meeting will be held on Monday, Nov. 29,
4:30 p. m., in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. All mem
ers of the Faculty and Staff are urged to attend this meeting. I desire to
lace before the entire Faculty the plans which are being developed for the
ture of the University. M. L. BURTON, President.
o All the Students:
An All-University Student Convocation will be held in Hill auditorium
n Friday, Dec. 17, at 4:30 p. m. Owing to the limited seating capacity the
embers of the Faculty and staff are asked not to attend this convocation.
s President of the University, I desire to present to the students certain
atters of vital importance to the entire institution. Wise plans, sound
olicies, and worthy ideals cannot be formulated or realized without the
xllest possible co-operation and mutual understanding.
M. L. BURTON, President.
Owing to the General Faculty Meeting on Monday afternoon, the meet-
g of the Physics Colloquium will be postponed for one week.
A. W. SMITH.
Aucation, Departmental Conference:
The next departmental conference of graduate students and others
pecializing in Education will be held Monday evening, Nov. 29, at 7 o'clock,
appan hall. G. M. WHIPPLE.
For the hour test on Monday, Nov. 29, students in this course will be
xpected to report as follows:
Sections meeting on Tuesday and Thursday, Room B Law building.
Sections meeting on Wednesday and Friday, Room 348 Engineering
uilding. W. P. CALHOUN.
Dean Jordan will talk to the Homeopathic Xurses Unit of the Univer-
ity Y. W. C. A. Monday evening at 7:30 p. m. in the parlors of Nurses Home
umber One. MRS. J. K. DURLING.
An important meeting of Masques will be held Tuesday at 3,:30 p. iM.
larah Caswell hall. All members are expected to report at that time for in-
:ruction as to their committee duties for the year.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
[embers of Junior Mechanical Engineering Class:
All members of the Junior Mechanical Engineering Class are directed
> report in Room 236 sometime Monday or Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 29 .and
), between 1 p. m. and 5 p. m. in order to make out their prospective sched-
les of work for next semester.
J. A. BURSLEY,
J. E. EMSWILER,
Classifiers for Junior Mechanical Engineers.
all of the facts concerning that which
-S Dhe criticizes." President Burton
urged women to be more careful to
TB~l obtain full information about the
BY PRESIDN UO l problems upon which they may now
vote, and to keep before them the
CRITICISM AND FRIENDSHIP ARE main issues without deviating into
CHIEF NECESSITIES trivialities.
SAYS BURTON "Friendship," according to Presi-
dent Burton, "is the second necessity
"The problems before the American: of the hour. The right kind of friend-
democracy today will not be ade- ship contains intimacy and independ-
quately solved until the people learn ence, quality with quantity, it is a
the elements of true criticism, and matter of both accident and choice
genuine friendship," stated President and one of give and take. It should
Marion L. Burton, speaking on "The help us find ourselves, be ourselves,
Necessities of the Hour" before the and be ourselves at our best."
Collegiate Alumnae association of the The President believes that one
University Saturday afternoon In trouble with Americans is the fact
Martha Cook building. that we strive to know only people of
In pointing out the main functions our own kind, and would advise at
of criticism, President Burton men- least an acquaintance with foreigners
tioned first, the necessity, though neg- In our midst.
ative and destructive, of pointing outl
the defects in any product of toil. Fol-
loiwng this, it becomes the work ofl
true critics to bring combined judg- SCHOOL
ments to bear on the problems which1DANCING
these defects reveal. OF DAIN
The third function of criticism, If you can walk, you can dance
President Burton explained as that after four private lessons with
which causes it to serve as a social MlLLE.
check. "We are too good natured in JEANE TTE KRUSZKA
our criticism, too leisurely, when we OR
should be alert and instantaneous. PHILIP MILLER, '23
Criticism should serve not only as a
social check, but as a spur to suc- LET US PROVE THE FACT
cessful effort. For Appointment Call
"A good critic is fair and just, with- PHONE 2308-R
out favoritism or prejudice, is con- Between Hours 12-2
structive, not merely offering gratui- OR AT THE STUDIO
tous criticism, but endeavoring to 324 E. HURON
point a way out of difficulty. Above Two Blocks West of High School
all he must know not only a part, but
SENIOR LIT COMMITTEEMEN
APPOINTED BY PRES. PETTY
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Ingham, Lee M. Woodruff, Marguerite
E. Clark, Alice B. Hinkson, Gladys
K. Reineke. Invitation-Donald J.
Porter, chairman, Frederick B. Wick-
ham, Thomas I. Underwood, Charles
Danto, Lois B. DeVries, Marcella B.
Moon, Alice E. Beckham. Social-
Peirce McLouth, chairman, Marland
B. Small, Harold P. Lindsay, Boyd H.
Logan, Ernestine J. Hall, Beatrice N.
Beckwith, Dorothy F. Ulbright.
Memorial-Elton E. Wieman, chair-
man, Charles H. Murchisou, William
H. Johnston, Katrina Schermerhorn,
Cecelia M. Fohey. Banquet-Paul W.
Burkholder, chairman, Harry P.
Hutchinson, George M. Gilmore, Mary
Kirkpatrick, Marjorie I; West. Recep-
tion-Chesser M. Campbell, chair--
man, Lowell Genebach, Warren W.
Herron, Benjamin J. Winter, Agnes
Smith, Dorothy E. Dodge, Dorothy
Herrman. Promenade-Robert C. An-
gell, chairman, Charles C. Hamill,
Robert L. Drake, Mary D. Lane, Hel-
en R. Koch.
Picture-George Duffield, chairman,
Samuel R. Rosenthal, Jack G. Wil-
liams. Sing - Robert E. McKean,
chairman, John Henry, Dorothy Dun-
lap, Bernice J. Nickels. Souvenir-
Dwight B. Joyce, Jack Gardner, Wil-
liam Wirt, Helen Kolb, Dorothy
Kingsford. Cap and Gown-Donald
J. Thorpe, chairman, Vernon H.
Parks, John F. Dunn, Emma Schreib-
er, Mildred P. Sherman. Pipe and
Cane-Ernest K. Armstrong, - Arthur
E. Pierpont, Fitzhugh L. Brewer. Fi-
nance - Paul W. Eaton, chairman,
Hunter G. Griffith, John L. Hanley.
Auditing--C. Stewart Baxter, chair-
man, Joseph W. Cummings, Marion
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SUNDAY NIGHT, DECEMBER 5
WHAT'S GOING ON
9:30 - University Men's Bible class
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
10:30-Leonard A. Barrett speaks in
Presbyterian church on "The God
We Need Today."
4:00-Chinese Students' club meets at
Lane:hall to discuss entertainment
5:45-Supper and social half-hour, Un-
itarian guild hail.
6 :00-Solal half-hour at the Meth-
8:30-Prof. R. W. Sellars addresses
6:30 - Christian Endeavor meets in
Presbyterian church,, social half-
6:30.Wesleyan guild devotional meet-
ing led by' Joice Stedman.
8:00-Louis F. Post, assistant secre-
tary of labor, speaks on "The Fut-
ure of Labor," in Natural Science
4:00-Freshman its meet in audi-
torium of University hall.
4:15-Meeting of University of Mich-
igan section of American Chemical
society in room 151, Chemistry
7:30-Meeting of Adelphi House of
Representatives, Law building.
7:30-Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post
422, meet in reading room, second
All members of the Glee and Mandolin
club are asked to report to Sped-
ding's studio at 12 o'clock Sunday
for Michiganensian picture. All men
must wear dress suits.
Kembers of the Veterans of Foreign
Wars, post 422, may leave orders for
group pictures at Spedding's studio.
All Phi Eps are requested to report in
person to 341 East Jefferson street.
Members of Marine Corps club can
order group pictures at Spedding's
All members of the Gargoyle editor-
ial and business staffs are asked to
report to Spedding's studio at 12
o'clock Monday for Michiganensian
All members of the freshman lit class
are expected to be present at the
class meeting at 4 o'clock, Tuesday
Nov. 30, in the auditorium of Uni-
Prof. L Leo Sharfman, of the econom.
ics department, will address the
Jewish Students' congregation at 7
o'clock tonight in Lane hall.
All senior and junior lits who want
to play soccer are asked to come out
for the game against the laws Mon-
day afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. This
is an excellent chance to win your
Girls' Mandolin club will meet in the
Women's league room of University
hall at 7 o'clock tonight for a 20
minute business meeting.
LAMING HIGK SCHOOL
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Fitzpatrick. Another first down
brought the ball to the 18-yard line
from where Fitzpatrick circled the
left end for a touchdown, Meller again
failing to kick goal.
In the fourth quarter after North-
western had kicked to the eight-yard
line, Meller went for 27 yards
through the line. A seven yard gain
by Meller and a four yard advance by
Fitzpatrick netted a first down, and
then Meller went through tackle for
43 yards, stopping on the 20-yard line
where Fitzpatrick made a brilliant
dash for the third Lansing touch-
By defeating Northwestern in this
hard fought game, Lansing won the
semi-championship of the state. Sev-
eral new developments in the inter-
scholastic race have made it doubtful
if Muskegon can be induced to meet
the Capitol city aggregation. Word
received from Muskegon authorities
Saturday was to the effect that they
would meet only an undefeated team,
and as Lansing meets Hyde Park of
Chicago, next Saturday, a game at
this date would be an impossibility.
With Traverse City being advanced
as a strong team, Muskegon may be
matched with this team Saturday,
and a contest between the winner
and Lansing might be arranged for at
a later date.
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