THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Volume I SUNDAY, JANUARY 9, 1921. Number 70.
To All Student Organizations:
Notice is hereby given that any student organization wishing to give
a dance, house-party, or social entertainment of any kind, in Ann Arbor or
elsewhere, must secure permission of the Committee on Student Affairs.
Failure to observe this order will render the offending organization liable
to discipline. M. L. BURTON, President.
Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these Colleges at 4:15 o'clock
on Monday, Jan. 10, in room 411, Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
There will be meeting of the Faculty Monday, Jan. 10, at 4:15 p. in.,
in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. The special order is
distributed through the messenger boxes.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Mr. Clarencs A. Lightner will continue his lectures on Medical Juris-
prudence on Monday, Jan. 10, 1921, at 3:45 p. m. in room B in the Law
Jan. 7, 1921. HENRY M. BATES, Dean.
The Staff Club:
The Staff club will be addressed upon Monday, Jan. 10, at 12:05 p. m. by
Louis A. Strauss, Professor of English.
All members will be present. Lecture room, Homoeopathic hospital.
W. B. HINSDALE.
Dinner will be served at the Michigan Union Tuesday, Jan. 11, at 6:30
p. m. Regular meeting will be held in room 401 Mason hall, same even-
ing, at 8. Mr. Kazarinoff will present "Remarks on One-sided Surfaces."
W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
Education, Departmental Conference:
The sixth departmental, conference of graduate students and others
specializing in Education will be held Monday afternoon, Jan. 10,Eat 4
o'clock (not at 7), Tappan hall. T. M. WHIPPLE.
Dr. G. A. Lindsay will speak at the Physics Colloquim on Monday, Jan.
10, on the X-Ray Series and the Relation Between Spectral Lines. The meet-
ing is held at 4:20 o'clock in room 202 Physics building, and everyone inter-
ested is invited. W. F. COLBY.
Men's Education Club:
All men of the University who are interested in public education are
invited to the meeting of the Men's Education club Wednesday, Jan. 12, at
I o'clock, Michigan Union. J. B. EDMONSON.
The Players Club:
An important meeting of the club will be held at 4 p. m. on Tuesday,.
Jan. 11, in room 205, Mason hall. At this meeting announcement will be
made concerning the first event of the year's program; committees will be
formed; members, and others who have expressed a desire to join, will be
given an opportunity to pay the annual fee and sign the constitution.
CARL L. DAHLSTROM.
To All Students:
Attention is called to a ruling of the President that before giving up
rooms students must receive permission from the Committee of Appeal of
the University Housing Bureau.
All students desirous of changing their rooming:places at the end of
the first semester must take the matter up with the Housing Bureau be-
fore Feb. 1, 1921.
The next meeting of the committee will be held Monday, Jan. 10. 1921,
from 3 p. in. to 5 p. m. in -room 304 at the Union.
J. A. BURSLEY,
Director University Housing Bureau.
SUNDAY SERICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES~
Bishop F. D. Leete, or Indianapolis,
will speak on "The Future of America"
this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the
First Methodist church under the aus-
pices of the Wesleyan guild. At the
morning service Dr. Arthur W. Stalk-
er's subject is "The Key to Kept Res-
olutions." Special music is planned for
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will preach
on "The Capitalist and the Stockhold-
ers" at the morning service of the
Congregational church. This is the
first of a series of sermon-lectures on
"Human Life as an Industry."
"The Problem of Evil and Another
Problem," is the subject of Rev. Sid-
ney S. Robins at the 10:40 o'clock
service of the Unitarian church. At
6:30 o'clock Prof. F. N. Scott, of the
rhetoric department, will speak on
"Graven Images," an address intro-
ducing another of the ten command-
Dr. Henry Tatlock, of St. Andrew's
Episcopal church, will take "The Qual-
ities of the Personality of Jesus," for
the subject of his sermon at the morn-
ing service. Rev. Charles T. Webb
will speak on "Calamity and Its Pro-
phet," at 4:30 o'clock.
At the First Baptist church Dr. Ray-
mond M. West, vocational guidance
secretary of the Northern Baptist con-
vention will speak at the 10:30 o'clock
service. The morning service at the
Presbyterian church will be devoted
to the communion and the reception
of new members. "What is Funda-
mental in Christian Living," is the
theme for the young peoples' service
at 6:30 o'clock.
Other subjects at today's services
are: "Our Reasonable Service" (Ger-
man) 'in the morning and "The Last of
the Old and the First of the New," by
Rev. E. C. Stellhorn, of the Zion
Lutheran church; "Though One Rose
from the Dead," a sermon on com-
munication with the dead at the Trin-
ity Lutheran church, by Rev. Lloyd
Mere Wallick; "A Prophet for This
Day," at 10:30 o'clock and an illustra-
Miss Moses announces the opening
of the third term of dancing classes
for University Men and Women in the
Nickel's Arcade Dance Hall. Classes
will be held for advanced students
"Excelsior" and "National" Daries
Handy Desk Calendar ONLY 75cts.
and beginners. Enroll Monday and
Tuesday evening, 7 to 8 P. M., Jan.
10 and 11. Private lessons. Phone
Read The Daily for Campus News.
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Don't forget that Tuesday is the day
on which enrollments will be taken for
the new classes in sh.orthand, type-
writing, bookkeeping and peunianship
at the School of Shorthand, 711 N.
The "Y" Inn
Good Home Cooked Meals
Home of Sweet and Purity
302 S. Main Phone 474-W
SMALL PRIVATE DINING
.ACCOMODATING AS HIGH AS 25
BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
WHAT'S GOING ON
10:30-Dr. R. M. West, Baptist voca-
tional guidance expert, speaks at the
3:00-Complimentary concert in Hill
auditorium by members of the fac-
ulty of the School of Music.
4:00- Discussion group of Chinese
students in club room, Lane hall.
P. C. Kwok, '21, will lead.
4:30-Student volunteers meet in Lane
6:00-Social half hour at the Method.
6:30-Wesleyan guild meets with By-
ron Tields as leader. His subject
will be "Speaking of Resolutions."
6:80-Rev. William R. Hall, '05, na-
tional director of Presbyterian
young people, addresses Christian
Endeavor on "Christian Fundament-
7:80-Bishop F. D. Leete, of Indianap-
olis, speaks at the Methodist church.
7:30-Dr. R. M. West speaks at the
al club in room A, Alumni Memorial
7:30-Student council committee on
conduct meets at the
8:00-Workshop dancing class meets
at the workshop.
8:00 - Czecho-Slovak club meets at
Tickets for the billiard tournament be-
tween Willie Hoppe and Charles
Peterson on Jan. 18, will go on sale
at the main desk and in the billiard
room of the Union on Monday.
Men wishing to try out for the Chinese
Spotlight should hand their names
in at the Union lobby desk, or call
Larry Frost. at 976-J.
Contributions to the "College Wits"
contest should be addressed to the
Editor of the Gargoyle, Ann Arbor
Press building, and must be in by
Jan. 31. Color designs must be in
two weeks earlier, however.
ted sermon on "The Ministry of
Christ," at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. P. F.
Arthur, of the Church of Christ (Dis-
ciples), and "Sacrament" at the morn-
ing service of the Church of Christ
Thirty Years Ago
(From The U. of M Daily, Jan. 9,
LONG TRIPS FOR GLEE AND BANJO
The Glee club has made final ar-
rangements for the concerts to be
given this year. Before going on
their long trip in April, the Glee club,
together with the Banjo club, will give
concerts at Detroit, Jan. 30; Ypsilanti,
Feb. 7; Lansing, Feb. 20; Jackson,
Feb. 21; Saginaw, March 13; Bay City,
March 14, and Detroit, March 28. The
club will leave Ann Arbor the Fri-
day before the spring vacation, and
will give a concert at Grand Rapids
the same evening. From Grand Rap-
ids, the club goes west, and will sing
at Bloomington, Ill., April 11; Spring-
field, April 13; St. Louis, April 14;
Kansas City, April 15; Topeka, April
16; Leavenworths, April 17; St. Joseph,
April 18; Council Bluffs, April 20; Des
Moines, April 21, and Chicago, April
CHICAGO AND COLORADO
TO MEET ON GRID IN 1921
Chicago, Jan. 7.- Athletic Director
A. A. Stagg,: of the University of Chi-
cago, has announced that he has
scheduled a game with the University
of Colorado to. be played on Stagg field,
Oct. 29, 1921. This game is the sec-
ond intersectional game on the Maroon
schedule, as the Midway eleven meets
Princeton at Princeton,.N. J., the week
before the game with Colorado. Col-
orado is a member of the Rocky Moun-
tain conference and is always repre-
sented by one of the best elevens in
UNIVERSITY MEN! Invest
spare monies with the HURON
LEY BLDG. & SAVINGS ASSO.
MAKE IT QUICK I Drop in at DEY'S
ACROSS FROM THIE CAMPUS FOR YOUR
4:00-Play in second annual
cushion billiard tournament
at the Union.
4:20-Dr. G. A. Lindsay speaks at the
Physics colloguim in room 202,
Physics building, on "The X-Ray
Series and the Relation Between
5:00-Freshman dents meet in the
7:15-Tryouts for Freshman Glee club
meet in room 319, Union.
8:00-Concert by the Flonzaley string
quartet in Hill auditorium.
7:15-Mandolin club meets at the
home of Frank L. Thomas, director,
521 South Division street.
7:80-Regular meeting of the Classic-
idends wil double it in ten years. Can
draw it ANYTIME & get 5 per ct.
from date of investment. H. H.
HERBST. Sec'y., A. A. Savings Bank
The COLLEGE INN is now serving
a special dinner and supper. Try us
once. You will be satisfield.-Adv.
Creole pralines (original) from New
Orlean's at Tice's Drug Store, 117 So.
Regular dinner from soup to ice
cream, 60c, at Chinese Gardens. Am-
erican management (Charley).-Adv.
Martha Washington Candies, fresh
every Friday. 90c. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Classes in Shorthand, Typewriting,
Bookkeeping and Penmanship begin
next Tuesday. School of Shorthand,
711 N. University.-Adv.l
Karpus Now Eligible
Arthur J. Karpus, captain of the
Varsity basketball team, who has been
ineligible to play, has been declared
eligible by the Board in Control of
Entries for teams in the de-
partmental and society basket-
ball leagues must be in at the
Intramural office by next Mon-
STATE STREET PHOTOGRAPHER
H. C. of L. reduced at Chinese Gar-
dens. American management (Char-