THE MICHIGAN DAILi
DAILY OFFICI.AL BU'LLETIN
Volume 1 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1921. Number 78.
Notice to the Denas:
There will be a meeting of the Deans this morning at 10 a. m. in the
Second Semester Elections:
Election blanks for the second semester, in the College of Literature, Sci-
ence, and the Arts, must be handed in next week: By freshmen throughout
the week as explained in a sheet of directions; by upperclassmen Wednesday
to Friday, Jan. 26 to 28. A supplementary announcement stating the few
changes and new courses is now in press. In order that these elections may
be final, students (above freshman rank) should NOW consult instructors
for information and advice. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Commlttele on Rooms:
The Committee on Rooms will hold office hours on Thursday and Friday
of this week from 3:30 to 4:30 o'clock, and next week daily from 3:30 to 4:30
o'clock for the purpose of assigning rooms to classes not provided for in the
Announcement of the Literary college or for making necessary changes in
assignments. L. C. KARPINSKI, Chairman,
Committee on Rooms.
Tothe College of Engineering Faculty:
Dean Cooley has appointed a committee to advise him as to the method
of co-operative rating to be followed this year. Suggestions are solicited
and will be given careful consideration if received promptly.
ALFRED H. WHITE.
American Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
Dr. L. H. Cone, Vice-President of the National Aniline and Chemical
company, will deliver 0n address in room 165 Chemistry building on Friday,
Jan. 21, at 4:15 p. m.
A dinner in honor of Dr. Cone will be given at the Michigan Union at
6:30. Price, $1.25 per plate.
All interested are invited to attend. Those who expect to be present at
the dinner should communicate with the undersigned before 5 p. m. Thurs-
day. C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Play Production (Public Speaking 14a):
Advanced students wishing permission to elect this course should con-
fer with me not later than Jan. 24. R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
kesearch Club, U. of M.:
The fourth regular meeting for the academic year 1920-21 will be held
in the Histological Laboratory at 8 p. m. Wednesday, Jan. 19. (The Coun-
cil will meet at 7:30.)
Prof. H. A. Sanders-A Papyrus Manuscript of the Old Testament.
Prof. B. M. Davis-Malnutrition as a Cause of Irregularities in Mendelian
H. H. BARTLETT, Secretary.
Players' Club Members:
The treasurer of the Players' club will be in University Hall Wednesday
afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock to receive dues and enroll new members. All
applicants and others interested are urged to enroll at this time or come
to make further arrangements. ROBT. B. RITTER,
Treasurer Players' Club.
C. M. N. S. Students:
Reception, banquet and dance at Highland Park High School, Feb. 4, at
6:30 p. m., tickets $1.50. All former students of C. M. N. S. are invited. Send
PRICES FALL AN AVERAGE
OF 8 PER CENT IN DECEMBER
Washington, Jan. 18.-An average
decrease of 8 per cent in retail prices
of 22 food articles in December as
compared with November was noted
today in statistics compiled by the
labor department. Compared to De-
cember, 1919, the decrease was 10 per
THREE COWBOYS KILLED BY
YAQUI INDIANS ON WAR PATH
Nogalles, Ariz., Jan. 1.-A band of
Yaqui Indians resumed the war path
today, killed three Mexican cowboys,
and looted a ranch near Cruz Pie-
dras, eight miles south of Guaynas,
Sonora, according to official advices
reaching the border tonight.
LITS PUT ON PROBATION FOR
DISOBEYING HOUSING BUREAU
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The committee has been highly suc-
cessful in the settling of disputes be-
tween students and their landladies
and hitherto has never had serious
difficulty in seeing their decisions car-
ried into effect,
VARSITY FIVE WILL MEET
IOWA QUINTET HERE FRIDAY
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played with the Purple this year.
Northwestern holds a victory over
Wisconsin, and the latter team was
able to outscore Michigan by three
points. This gives either team a good
opportunity to chalk a game in the
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WHAT'S GOING ON
3:30-Regular meeting of the Matinee
Musicale in the assembly hall, Un-
4:15-Public recital by advanced stu-
dents of the piano and voice de-
partments of the School of Music.
5:00-Meeting of senior engineer class
officers and the assembly committee
in Professor Higbie's office.
5:00-Meeting of the Gargoyle staff at
7:00-Varsity band practice in Univer-
7 :00-lKichigan informal hockey team
plays Rayls, of Detroit, in Wein-
7:00-World Service forum, Hill audi-
7:00-Canadian club meets in room
7:15-Intercollegiate Zionist society
meets in Lane hall.
7:15-Freshman Glee club rehearsal
in the reading room of the Union.
7:15-Boxing club meets in room 306,
7:15-Veterans of Foreign Wars meet
in room 318, Union.
7:30-Meeting of Kalamazoo Normal
club at Lane hall.
7:45-Glee and Mandolin club holds
business meeting, Union.
8:00-Research club meets in the His-
8:00-Relief Spotlight In Hill auditor-
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
8:00-Workshop company meets in
The meeting of the Mu Alpha society
will be held Thursday in room 319,
at the Union.
There will be a meeting at 5 o'clock
today in room P 162, Natural Sci-
ence building, for all Kansas stu-
The president, or his representative, of
the following organizations is urg-
ently requested to be in room 306,
Union, at 7:30 Thursday evening:
Bayonne club, Craftsmen, Chinese
club, Commercial club, Cabinet club,
Forestry club, Men's Educational
club, Griffins, Mt. Clemens club, New
Art club, New England club, Quart-
erdeck, Rochester club, Round Up
club, Sphinx, Scalp and Blade, Sag-
inaw club, South African club, Tri-
angles, Vulcans, Web and Flange,
Tryouts for the Union opera should
see Mr. Shuter in room 308 of the
Union, from 10:30 to 12 or from
2:30 to 4:30 o'clock any week day,
LIT SCHOOL EXAMINATION
SCHEDULES ARE ANNOUNCED
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Famous Canadian Humorist
12:15-Barrister luncheon at Union.
4:15-Ilustrated lecture by Herman
Hoexter, music critic for Detroit
Times, on next program of the De-
troit Symphony orchestra.
6:30-Technic staff banquet at Union.
7:15-Varsity Mandolin club rehearsal
in assembly hall, Union.
7:30-"Freudalism:. A Critique of Psy-
cho-analysis," title of a lecture to
be given by Prof. Carl D. Camp, of
the Medical school, in Natural Sci-
7:30-Meeting of P1 Delta Epsilon at
7:80-Iron County club meets at Lane
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at 11, first Monday morning; at 1, sec-
ond Thursday morning; at 2, first Fri
day morning; at 3, first Thursday aft-
Tuesday classes-at 8, first Saturday
morning; at 9, first Thursday morning;
at 10, first Monday afternoon; at 11
first Saturday afternoon, at 1, first
Wednesday morning; at 2, second
Wednesday morning; at 3, second Wed-
Consolidated classes-French 1 (all
sections), second Monday afternoon;
Spanish 1 (all sections), second Mon-
day afternoon; rhetoric 1 (all sec-
tions), first Thursday afternoon; his-
tory 1, la, 1b, first Wednesday after-
noon; economics 1, first Tuesday after-
noon; psychology 7, second Tuesday
afternoon; mathematics A, C, 1, 51, (all
sections), first Friday afternoon.
TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL DEBATE
pry 21, 8 o'clock