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THE MICHIGAN DAIL _

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Volume I THURSDAY. DECEMBER 16. 1920. Number 62.

SOPHOMORES VICTORS
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To All the Students:
An All-University Student Convocation will be held in Hill auditorium
on Friday, Dec. 17, at 4:30 p. m. Owing to the limited seating capacity the
members of the Faculty and staff are asked not to attend this convocation.
As President of the University, I desire to present to the students certain
matters of vital importance to the entire institution. Wise plans, soundr
policies, and worthy ideals cannot be formulated or realized without the
fullest possible co-operation and mutual understanding.
MARION L. BURTON, President.
Nat ce to the Deans:
The Deans' Conference will not be held during the Christmas recess.
The next meeting therefore will occur at 10 o'clock on Wednesday, Jan.
5, 1921. MARION L. BURTON, President.
Adiulnistrative Faculty of the Medical School:
The postponed meeting of the adminstrative faculty of the Medical
School will be held at 8 o'clock on Thursday evening, Dec. 16, in the faculty
room. V. C. VAUGHAN, Dean.
Committee on Student Affairs:
- A meeting of the Committee on Student Affairs will be held at 4:15
o'clock on Thursday, Dec. 16, in the office of the Graduate School.
LOUIS A. STRAUSS.
To the Members of Sigma Xi:
There will be -a meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the Sigma Xi at 4
o'clock on Friday afternoon, Dec. 17, in the auditorium of the Natural Sci-
ence building.
- Alfred H. Lloyd, Dean of the Graduate School, will speak on the sub-
ject: "University Policy in Relation to Research."
There will be a short business meeting, at which the Council wishes to
bring before the Society the question of the establishment of Sigma Xi Na-
tional Fellowships and the question of Associate Membership. Delegates
to the Chicago Convention will be elected.
All who have ever been elected to Sigma Xi, at any institution whether
now affiliated with the Michigan Chapter or not, are urged to be present.
PETER OKKELBERG,
Secretary Michigan Chapter.
Romance Club:
The regular meeting of the Romance club will be held at the Michigan
Union today, Dec. 16, at 4:30 o'clock, Room 314.
A. G. CANFIELD.
Engineering Seniors:
Will have their next assembly and class meeting Friday morning, Dec.
17, at 8 o'clock, in Room 348, Engineering building. After transaction of
class business, Dean Lloyd will address the assembly. These assemblies
being a privilege of high value, every student should attend promptly.
H. H. HIGBIE, Mentor.
Junior Engineers:
The December Assembly will be held in Room 348 Engineering build-
ing on Thursday, Dec., 16, at 11 o'clock. Dean Cooley will speak on "The
Five Year Program." A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.
Blarbour Gymnasium:
The last hygiene lecture will be held in Barbour gymnasium at 4 o'clock
Thursday, Dec. 16. All freshman and entering sophomore women are re-

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43:4. 60 yard breast-Hyde, '23,
first; Bowen, '24, second; Hanson, '23,
third; Gleason, '24, fourth; time,
43:2. Plunge for distance-Kearns,
'24, first; Hubbard, '23, second; Van
Orden, '23, third; Kline, '22, Paris,
'24, fourth; distance, 57 1-2. Fancy
diving-Schuchert, '24, first; Corby,
'21, second; Paris, '24, third; Wallin,,
'24, fourth.
Officials - Referee, Coach Elmer
Drulard; starter,Harry Gould; clerk

of course, Karl Kaufmann; timers,
W. F. Elliott, Carl Schmidt, Norman
Gable; judges, Lyndon Babcock, Nor-
ton Goldsmith.
Chaperones for Week-End Announced
Chaperones for the week end dances
are as follows: At the Union, Miss
Martha Hills, Friday, and Mrs. Yatesl
Adams, Saturday. At the Armory,
Mrs. H. G. Berger, Friday, and Mrs.
H. W. Cake, Saturday.
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WlAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
11:00-Junior engineer assembly in
room 348, 'Engineering building.
2:00-Rioming committee meets at
room 304 in the Union.
2 :30-Carol service by public school
children in Hill auditorium. Bal-
conies reserved for the genral pub-
lic.
4:00-Junior Girls' play try.outs in
University Hall.
4:00-Battle Creek men met in room
.306, Union..
4:30-Romance club meets at the
Union.
5 :00-Important meeting of all fresh.
men women in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
5:30-Christmas supper for children
at the School of Music under the
;- auspices of the Symphonicleague.
7:00-Beldsing-Greenviie club meets
in room 306, Union.
i :30-Pontiac club meets in room A,,
. Alumni Memorial hall.
i:80-Iron County students meet in
upper room, Lane hall.
? :80-Lansing club smoker in 306
Union.
8:00-Canadian students meet at 1113
College street.
8:00-Christian Science society meet
in Lane hall auditorium.
8 :00-Second annual Christmas con-
cert of the School of Music Girls'
Glee club in the First Congrega-
tional church. Public invited.
8:00-Gov. Henry J. Allen of Kansas
speaks on the "Kansas Industrial
Situation" in Hill auditoriunf.
8:15 - 'Minstrelsy" performance at
the Whitney theater.
FRIDAY
8:00-Senior engineer assembly and
class meeting, room 348 Engineer-
ing building.
4:00-Toledo men afeet in room 304
Union.
4:00-South Bend men meet in room
306, Union.
4:30-Convocation exercises in Hill
auditorium. President Marion L.
Burton speaks.

7:0-Greater Newark club meets in
room 302, Union.
8:00--Reception by Polonla Literary
circle at Kruzka's studio, 324 E.
Huron street. All Polish students
invited.
8:00-Freshman lit smoker in second
floor reading room, Union.
S:15-"Minstrelsy" performance at
Whitney theater.
U-NOTICES
Those wishing to send contributions
for the poor children's Christmas
should mail them to J. B. Brill,
'2119, 707 Oxford road.
Any student who can furnish an au-
tonobile to assist in getting chil-
dren to' Lane hall this afternoon is
asked to communicate with Lewis
Reimann at Lane hall or Hulda
Bancroft at 996-R.
Freshman lit dues must be paid this
week. They will be collected in
University hall at the following
hours: Thursday, 11-12 and 1-4;
Friday, 9-10; and Saturday, 11-12.
There will be an important meeting
of the Gargoyle'tart and editorial
staffs Thursday at 4:05 in the Gar-
goyle offices. Preparations will be
made for the next number and for
the Judge contest.
Tryouts for All-Frosh Glee club will
be held from 2 to 4 o'clock Friday
and from 9 to 10 o'clock Saturday
in room 221, School of Music.

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VARSITY SWIING
NOTICE

The following members of the
Varsity swimming team will re-
port with suits at 12:15 o'clock
today at the Rentschler Studio,
319 East Huron street, for the
Michganensian picture: Hyde,
Yerkes, Hubbard, Randall, Gil-
more, Porter, Frank Steketee,
Hanson, Carnegie, F. L. Smith,
Schwartz, Ullman, Adams,
Searle, White, Lyndon, Babcock,
SManager Elliott, Coah Dru-
lard. A captain will be elect-
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