THE MICHIGA DAILY
AlLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1920.
ELABORATE VACATION TRIP
WILL BE TAKEN BY TEAM !
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positions, Karpus, Whitolck, and Mil-
ler seem to have a slight edge on their
team mates and are likely choices.
Weiss and Reason at center, and Rea,
Williams, and Wilson at the guards
with Peare, Piper, and Rouse present-
ing strong claims are other possible
choices for places among the favored
The Michigan Calendar
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The regular Janary meeting of the Regents wit be held at 9:30 a. m.
Friday, Jan. 7, 1921, in the Regents' Room in the Law building. All com-
munications to the Regents must be in the hands of the President not later
than Dec. 30, 1920.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
To the Members of the University:
The President of the University and Mrs. Burton will be "at home" as
usual on the second Wednesday of January. Owing to the vacation they
will not be "at home" on Dec. 22.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
The Faculty meeting will be held in the auditorium of the Natural Sci-
ence building at 4:15 p. in., on Monday, Dec. 20, instead of Tuesday, as
formerly announced. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Prof. W. W. Sleater will speak at the Physics Colloquim at 4:20 o'clock
Monday, Dec. 20, on Baly's Theories of Spectral Series.
All interested are invited. W. F. COLBY.
To Freshmen on the Delinquent List in the College of Literature, Science,
All freshmen on the probation or warned list in the College of Lit-
erature, Science, and the Arts are requested to consult with the Adviser to
Freshmen before the holiday vacation begins. The following is the sched-
ule of office hours set aside for this purpose:
Saturday, Dec. 18, from 9-12, 1-3.
Monday, Dec. 20, from 11-12, 1-4.
Tuesday, Dec. 21, from 9-12.
Office in Room 105, Tappan hall.
C. O. DAVIS, Adviser to Freshmen.
Education, Departmental Conference:
The fifth departmental conference of graduate students and others
specializing in Education will be held Monday evening, Dec. 20, at 7 o'clock,
Tappan hall. G. M. WHIPPLE.
Inasmuch as the team will meet
the stroLgest combinations in the
South, and because the nature of the
competition will be so varied, that is,
since it will oppose college, athletic
club, and Y. M. C. A. teams, the value
of the experience which the team wills
get cannotube overestimated. It will
tend to round the team into the fin-
ished aggregation which it~will have
to be when it embarks upon its Con-:
ference schedule on Jan. 8.
VacatiSn tarts the 21st
White Flannel Vests
WHAT'S GOING ON
9:30- University Men's Bible class
meets in the upiper room, Lane hall.
11:30-St. Clair County club meets in
room 302, Union.
12:00-Vulcans meet at the Union.
3:00-Buffalo students meet in rooml
302, Union, to organize for the pool
4:00-Christmas vesper service, First
4:30 - Student volunteers meet in
6:4 -- Special Christmas supper at
Unitarian church hall.
8:00-Social half-hour at the Method.
:80-Wesleyan guild meets in Method-
6:30-Special meeting of Christian En-
deavor, First Presbyterian church.
G:30 - Professor Wetherby gives
Christmas readings at Unitarian
church,. following the usual Young
6:15-Intercolleg te Zionist society
SUNDAY SERICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
Ann Arbor churches unite today, in
exemplifying the spirit of Christmas.
Carol services will be held at the First
Methodist, and the First Baptist
churches at 4:30, and at the Presby-
terian and St. Andrew's Episcopal at
4 this afternoon. At the Congrega-
tional and St. Andrew's the Christmas
story will be interpreted by pageant-
Rev. Leonard A. Barret will speak
on "The Christmas We Need Today"
at the Presbyterian morning serv-
"Above Every Name" is the morning
subject by Rev. J. M. Wells at the
First Baptist church, and at the First
Methodist church Dr. Arthur Stalker
will take as his theme: "The ' Christ
[That Is to Be."
At St. Andrew's Episcopal church
the preacher at the morning serv-
ices will be the Rev. Simpson Auhyah-
kaosa Brigham, Ojibwa Indian mis-
sionary at Walpole Island, Ontario.
Rev. Sidney S. Robins will preach
on "Prophecy and Preparation" at
the Unitarian church at 10:40 this
morning. At the Congregational
church Rev. Lloyd C. ,Douglas will
speak on the subject: "The Capitali-
zation of Losses; the Process of Con-
verting Liabilities Into Assets."
"Isiah the Gospel Prophet" will be
the topic of Rev. F. P. Arthur's ser-
mon at the Church of" Christ (Disci-
ples), while the members of the
Church of Christ, Scientist, will hear
a sermon on the question, "Is the
Universe, Including Man, Evolved by
Rev. Lloyd Merl Wallick, of the
Trinity Lutheran church, will preach
on "The Word Makes Flesh," the
third of a series of sermons dealing
with the birth of Christ. Rev. E. C.
Stellhorn, of the Zion Lutheran
church, will speak on "God's Peace,"
at the morning service, and "Christ,
the Great Necessity," at 7:30.
"FRIENDLY WARNINGS" SENT
TO PARENTS BY DEAN BUTTS
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Songs will be sure to give zest to your Christ-
:00-Meeting of the tast for "The
Greatest Gift," in Sarah Caswell
:00-ArIstolochite society dinner at
:00-Bay City club meets in room
:30-Presctt club meets In room
300, Chemistry building.
:00 - Dancing class meets In the
hose wishing to send contributions
for the poor .children's Christmas
should mail them to J. B. Brill,
'21E, 707 Oxford road.
CROOLMASTERS' CLUB PLANS
PROGRAM FOR CONVENTION
Prof. William E. Praeger, of Kala-
azoo college, and president of the
ichigan Schoolmasters' club, was in
na Arbor yesterday attending a
inference concerning the program of
te Schoolmasters' club at their con-
ention here next spring.
Arrangements are being made for
ur speakers of national reputation
S educators to address the conven-
on. It has been suggested that the
emorial to Prof. Isaac M. Demmon
hich was presented Friday night at
e meeting of the University Senate
read before the Schoolmasters'club
their convention, Inasmuch as
rofessor Demmon was widely known
d highly esteemed by all the pub-
i school teachers of the state.
GIRLS ATTENTION! Rainwater
ampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
g, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
r rent at Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski's,
10 S. University, side entrance.
CREOLE PRALINES- Grunewad's
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leave for home
don't fail to get a copy of the Michigan Song
Book. Selections from the Union Operas, in
Sheet or Book Form, will also help carry the
Spirit of Michigan home with you.
The completeness of our stock of all popular sheet music
is a guarantee that we can supply you with whatever se-
lections you may desire.
Parents of students below passing
in the Engineering college have been
informed of this fact from the dean's
office. Over 50 letters have been re-
ceived from parents expressing their
appreciation for the information.
A complete file of the conditions
governing each case of an unsatisfac*
tory grade is located in Dean W. H.
Butt's office for the use of students.
In commenting on this year's situa-
tion Dean Butts stated that the num-
ber of students below grade is not ex-
ceptionally large considering the in-
crease in enrollment. "These notices'
are called 'friendly warnings' and,"
stated the dean, "invariably produce
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