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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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Volume I

THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1921.

Number 73.

To the Members of the University:
At the meeting of the Board of Regents on Jan. 7, it was decided here-
after to hold the regular meetings of the Board on the last Friday of the
month beginning with March. The next regular meeting therefore will oc-
cur on Friday, Feb. 4, but the March meeting will not be held until March
25. If the business of the University requires it a special meeting of the
Board may be called sometime between February 4 and March 25.
In this connection it may be well to emphasize the fact that all commu-
nications regarding =the affairs of the University which must be acted upon
by the Board of Regents should be in this office eight days prior to the meet-
ing 'of the Board. Our procedure in handling the business is such that they
President no longer presents a "personal program." All items therefore .
must be in hand eight days prior to a meeting if they are to be sure of con-
sideration. Moreover, it is suggested that the communications be sent in
just as early as possible in order to avoid congestion at the last moment
and particularly in order to make it possible to gather any necessary facts
which bear upon the problems presented for consideration. By this method
hasty action is avoided and the interests of the University may be given
careful and judicious attention.
M. L. BURTON, President.
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.
Citizens' Banquet:
Members of the Faculty and others wishing to attend the Chamber of
Commerce January Banquet are asked to secure tickets not later than
Saturday evening. The banquet will be held at the Armory Monday, Jan.
17, at 6:30 p. m. Tickets, $1.00, at Quarry's drug store.a
W. E. FORSYT HE, Committeeman.
To Graduate Students in History:
At 3 p. m. Friday, Jan. 14, in room 110 Library, Librarian Bishop and
Professor Phillips will discuss the Clements Library of Americana and
the selection from among its books now on exhibition in the main corridor
of the Library in tercentenary celebration of the founding of the Plymouth
bolony. Advanced students in History are invited to attend.,
ULRICH B. PHILLIPS,
Professor of American History.
Dramatic Technique (English 22a):
All students who intend to elect English 22a in, the second semester
should confer with me not later than Thursday, Jan. 20. Each candidate
for admission to the course must also submit a written statement of his
qualifications.
The number of students in the course will be restricted, and only the
more promising applicants will be admitted. It is unlikely that applica-
tions will be considered' after Jan. 20.
JOHN ROBERT MOORE.
[embers of Masques:
There will be an important meeting of all members c-f Masques Friday at
4 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. A. L. MITCHELL.

WIAI'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
6:00-Regular meeting of the Philip-
pine-Michigan club in Lane hall.
6:30-Wayfarers meet in room 302,
Union.
7:00 - Rehearsal of Freshman Glee
club and tryouts. Bring Michigan
song book.
7:15-La Socledad Hispanica meets in
Cercle Francais rooms.
7:14-Triangle meeting in Union, room
304.
7:30-Canadian students meet to form
club in room 304, Union.
7:30-Senior lit-engineer smoker at
the Union.
7:30-Alpha Nu meets on fourth floor
University hall, the subject of the
debate to be, "Resolved, That the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts should adopt the honor
system for all examinations."
7:30--Commerce club meets in room
B, Law building, for election of of-
ficers.
7:45-Ann Arbor Library club meets
in room 110, Library.
8:00=-Workshop company meets in the
workshop.
FRIDAY
3:00 - Librarian Bishop addresses
graduate students/of history in room
110, Library.
8:00-James Hamilton Lewis speaks
on "Our Foreign Relations-,-Yester-
day and Tomorrow," in Hill audi-
torium.
U-NOTICES
The Michiganensian group picture of
Barristers will be taken at noon
Friday at Spedding's studio.
All fraternity and sorority houses that
have not returned their "Good Fel-
lowship" post cards are asked to
do so at once in order that final re-

versity of Illinois, against college so-
cietieswhich have attempted tocon-
trol campus activties. The recent
campaign against Theta Nu Epsilon,
will be extended to cover all societies
which maintain a secret membershipE
and who attempt to monopolize class
offices and campus activities. A clause
of the University Rules and Cui1ance,
explicitly forbids membership in such
organizations, and will be rigidly en-t

when Sigma Alpha Epsilon took the
long end of the score from Sinfo-
nia. During three-quarters of the
game the songsters led their oppon-
ents, at times with as much as a six
point margin. In the third quarter
S. A. E. came back with a punch and
took the lead, which they kept up to
the finish of the game. Near the close
of the affair Sinfonia held the ball in

ILLINOIS TAKES ACTION;
SOCIETIES MIXING IN POLITICS
Action has been taken at the Uni-

forced according to Dean Thomas their contender's territory and played
Arkle Clark. the ball constantly about the basket
abut the breaks were against them.
CORRECTION Butler starred for Sigma Alpha Ep-
The Comedy club tryouts were an- silon, while Tramp and Torrey showed
nounced in Tuesday's Daily as for up well for the losers.
Saturday. Jan. 18. This suld have The schedule for Thursday even-
Saturday, Jan. 1.Thisha ing's games is the following: 8:45-
Delta Kappa Epsilon vs. Zeta Psi;
!Delta Epsilon vs. Gamma Eta Gain-
Poultry fanciers will enjoy the show PhDe BetEp Psinvs.Alam atGm-
now on in the Seybold-Esslinger bldg. ma; Phi Beta Psi vs. AlIha Tan Ome-
on S. Fourth Ave.-Adv. ga; Phi Chi vs. Phylon; 9:45-Phi

EWIT FRATERMTY COURT Kappa Sigma vs. Beta Theta Phi; Sig-
M),TCHES PLAYED OFF ma Delta vs. Alpha Sigma Phi; Cyg-
nus vs. Acacia; Na Sigma Nu vs. Phi
Kappa Psi.
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ports can be made.
Contributions to the "College
contest should be addressedt
Editor of the Gargoyle, Ann
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IS MICHIGAN

ASLEEP?

IS MIdHIGAN ASLEEP?
What do you think about it?
It is an accusation that has been hurled directly in the face of
Michigan men.,
It was so directed as to apply to every phase of college life.
Here are a few of the things at which it was aimed:
Are Michigan men here to absorb book learning or are they
here to get an education?
Are Michigan men thinking or are they allowing what mental
powers they have to be wasted in frivolous discussions of teas,
dansants, et cetera?
Is everything on the Micnigan campus as you would have it, or
has something occurred to give rise to a "pet peeve"?
AGAIN - WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT ITT.
The Michigan Daily is compiling the sentiment of the campus
on the charge, "Michigan is asleep." Discussions are invitedfrom
everyone and anyone connected in any way with the University.
Your name will not be used if you so desire, but all communica-
tions on the subject must be signed as an evidence of good faith.
Address them to the Sunday Editor, Michigan Daily, Ann Ar-
bor. They should not exceed 250 words in length and should be
mailed not later than Jan. 17, 1921.

Jan. 31. Color designs must be in
two weeks earlier, however.
PROF. SHE PARD OUTLINES
USE OF PSYCHOLOGY TESTS
Prof. J. F. Shepard, of the psychol-
ogy department, appeared before the
engineering faculty at their recent
meeting, outlining the psychology
tests which are to be conducted with
the engineering faculty again this
year.
These tests. are purely in the ex-
perimental stage, according to Dean
Mortimer E. Cooley, of the engineer-
ing college. and are used only as a
basis of investigation. No action is
taken as a result of the statistics se-
cured. They are, however, filed away
and kept for future reference.
Commenting on the nature of the
questions asked, Dean Cooley said
that they were of the same general
nature of the army tests for officers
excepting that they applied to the
teaching profession. They gauge the
approximate mental efficiency of the
person examined. The tests were giv-
en for the first time last year.
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH AND
THE UNIVERSITY DISCUSSED
"The Relation of Industrial Re-
search to the University" was the
subject of three speeches at -a meet-
ing in connection with the depart-
ment of industrial research last night.
The speakers were Dr. W. J. Hale,
director of chemical research with the
Dow Chemical company, and former-
ly professor of general chemistry at
Michigan; Dr. C. D. Holley, director
of research in paints and varnishes
with the Sherwin-Williams factories,
and at one time a member of the de-
partment of chemical engineering;
and John C. Brier. factory manager
for the Holland Aniline and Chemi-
cal works, and professor of chemi-
cal engineering here from 1917 to
1919.
FRESHMAN GLEE CLUB
REHEARSAL SET FOR TONIGHT
Rehearsal of the Freshman Glee
club is scheduled for 7:15 o'clock to-
night in the second floor reading
room in the Union. Tryouts for the
club now number 40, there being some
20 places still vacant. Tenors espe-
cially are wanted, and an accompan-
ist from the first year class.
The organization will include the
Freshman Glee club planned some
week ago by the freshmen of the en-
gineering college. Frank B. Thom-
as, of the School of Music faculty,
will train the new club.
Tryouts are asked to bring Michi-
gan song books to the rehearsal to-
night.

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Thirty Years go
rpm the U. of M. Daily, Jan. 13,
1891).
THE CAMPUS
The young people of the Presbyter-
i church give a social to the S. C. A.
the U. of M. next Saturday evening.
I students are invited.
Mr. G. .E Bert, lit '93, has left col-
;e on account of inflamed eyes.
The second class in practical an-
>my began work yesterday.
The University Mathematical soci-
r met last Friday evening, at the

All "Sons of Veterans" in the Uni-
versity of Michigan, are cordially in-
vited to come up to the Armory tomor-
row evening.
It is requested that every student
write home to ally alumni of the Uni-
versity, asking them to contribute to
the gymnasium fund.
Mici. Section A. S. C. Names Officers
Prof. A. H" 6White was elected
chairman of the University of Michi-
gan section of the American Chemical
society at its regular December meet-
ing. The other officers are: Dr. C. C.
Meloche, secretary-treasurer; Dr. H.
H. Willard, councilor; and Prof. W.
L. Badger, Dr. C. S. Schoepfie, and

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ne of Dr. Cole. Dr. Markley pre- Dr. F. E. Bartell. members of the ex-
ted a paper on Riemanns Surfaces. ecutive board.
e° society now numbers 24, and is in
ourishing condition. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
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