DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1920.
N amber S.
The meeting of the Deans will not be held today.
M. I4. BURTON.
Plans for Inaugural Procession-Oct. 14, 1920
Time of Assembly-9:00 a. m.
Weather Being Fair:
Flaes of Assembly:
Honor Section made up as follows, will assemble in the Auditorium of
Two Heralds with Trumpets
Two Color Bearers. U. S. Flag and University Flag.
Delegates to the Conference
Regents and ex-Regents
President Emeritus Hutchinsr
Honor Guard, at Secretary Smith's Office, University Hall.
Members of the Faculties, in the classrooms, second floor, Tappan Hall.
Students who hold tickets for Hill Auditorium will occupy their seats as
edrly as possible Thursday morning, and in no case later than 10:20 a. m.
Students who do not hold tickets for the exercises will assemble at 8:30
a. m. on South Uni*ersity Ave., south of Engineering Building.
Line of March-will be State Street to North University Ave., to Li-
brary, to Gymnasium, to North University Ave., to Hill Auditorium.
Weather Being Rainy:
A sprinkle will not be considered rainy. It must actually rain with no
prospect of clearing. In that case there will be no procession.
Honor Section will assemble at 9:30 a. m. in the dressing rooms 1st, 2nd
and 3rd floors, west end of stage, Hill Auditorium, entering through rear door
Members of the Faculties and
Honor Guard will not wear academic costume. They will proceed di-
rectly to Hill Auditorium, entering through cener front door, and seats will
be reserved for them until 10:20 a. m.
L. M. GRAM, Chief Marshal.
To the Students:
I cannot refrain from calling your attention in a serious manner to the
very,-unique advantages which will be offered to you this week by the Edu-
cational Conference to be held here on Thursday and Friday. Speakers of
national reputation are on the program. Each man is there because he has
a right to speak upon the subject assigned to him. The conference will
deal with problems which are of interest to every intelligent citizen and
of vital concern to every person, teacher or student, -involved in the proc-
eiss of Education. Nothing is more important to this American Democracy
than a sound educational system. Frankly, I am of the impression that
you cannot make a wiser use of your time on Thursday and Friday than
to attend these gatherings Just in so far as they do not interfere with your
official duties as university students.
M. L. BURTON, President.
The banquet will be held in the Assembly hall at the Michigan Union,
at 7:30 on the evening of Friday, Oct. 15. Places will be provided for del-
egates, for official guests of the University, for wives of delegates and of-
ficial guests, and for hosts and hostesses who are entertaining delegates
and official guests during their stay in Ann Arbor.
Tickets for delegates and official guests and their wives will be sup-
plied at the time of registration. Tickets for hosts and hostesses will be
mailed to them. The following information is particularly desired by the
Committee and it is requested that hosts will inform me, by telephone at
my office (University 53 M) not later than Tuesday at 5 p. m., in the follow-
1. If the wife of a delegate or official guest is to accompany him.
2. If either the host or hostess will be unable to attend the banquet.
In the absence of such information places will be provided for the del-
egate or guest and for his host and hostess.
Chairman of Committee on Banquet.
The Reception will be held in the Alumni Memorial hall at 8:30 on
Thursday evening, Oct. 14. Admission will be by ticket; tickets will be
mailed to new members of the faculty; other members of the faculty will
obtain tickets at the offices of the secretaries of their respective schools
and colleges; alumni Will obtain tickets from Secretary Shaw at his office.
Chairman of Committee on Reception.
StudenA Honor Guard:
Qaps and gowns will be distributed in Room 4 (Registrar Hall's of-'
fice) University Hall, Wednesday, October 13, from 3 to 5 p. m. All gowns
should be returned immediately after the Inaugural Session.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Members of Faculty:
Gowns for the Faculty in the Academic Procession will be distrib-
uted in Room 203 Tappan Hail, Wednesday, from 3 to 5:30 p. m. and Thurs-
day from 8:30 a. m. until the formation of the procession. It is hoped that
as many as possible of the Faculty will secure their gowns Wednesday
afternoon as this will avoid confusion Thursday morning. All gowns should
be returned by 3 p. m. Thursday.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH. Secretary.
Students who have registeted for positions as Choral Union Ushers
(Nos. 1-111) will please report to Mr. J. C. Palmer, Hill Auditorium, at
9 A. M. sharp, Thursday, Oct. 14th.
W C HOIALANDS.
Students G0oleges of Engineering and Architecture:
All students who made applications for tickets for the inauguration may
obtain them this morning 263 Engineering Building. Other students who
.wish to attend will be supplied as far as possible.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
Try-outs for membership in Masques will be held at 4 p. m. Oct. 13 in
SArah Caswell Angell hall. All women in the University, including freshmen,
are eligible. All old members of Ma.sques are urged to be present.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
Former members of the University Choral Union who desire to retain
their membership in the chorus this year should call at the School of Music
at once and make out their membership cards.
New candidates who desire to try out may do so MONDAY, WEDNES-
DAY and FRIDAY, between 1 and 2; and 4 and 5:30; TUESDAYS and
THURSDAYS from 3:30 to 5. A. A. STANLEY, Director.
The section of English I meeting at
9 a. m.. Monday, Wednesday, Friday,
in Room A of Alumni Memorial Hall,
will meet in Room 110 of the General
Library. C. C. FRIES.
Notice t Students:
The ardicle on the Department of
Astronomy, which appeared in the'
Michigan Daily on Saturday, Oct. 9,
1920, was unauthorized and many of
its statements are contrary to fact.
W. J. HUSSEY.
The Secretary of the above organi-
zation is requested to call for letters
for the Society which arrived during
the summer at the following office,
New Engineering Building, room 341.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
MATHEMATICS CLUB ELECTS
OFFICERS FOR COMING YEAR
The Mathematics club, a faculty or,
ganization, opened its initial meeting
of the year last night with a banquet
at the Union from whence it adjourned
to its regular meeting place in Mason
An election of officers was held.
Prof. Alexander Ziwet, head of the
mathematics department of the engi-
neering college, was elected presi-
dent, and Prof. W. W.. Denton, sere-
Professor Karpinski gave an ad-
dress on the first American arith-
metic. The book was written in Span-
ish by Juan Diez Freyle and published
in Mexico in 1556 by Juan Pablos, the
firt American printer. Copies of the
original are now being edited by Prof.
Charles Wagner of the Spanish de-
partment and Prof. L. C. Karpinski of
the mathematics department.
HOSPITAL WORK PROGRESSES
RAPIDLY WITS LABOR PLENTY
Construction of the new University
hospital is progresing rapidly, due to
the increased supply of labor and ad-
equate material. The work was some-
what delayed during the early part of
the summer because of a shortage of
At present the framework of the
hospital, which is being constructed
of reinforced concrete,.has been erect-
ed as far as the first floor of the main
section, while that of the surgical
ward is nearing the second. The
main floor, basement, and sub-base-
ment have already been completed.
QITY WOMEN TO HOLD FIRST
POLITICAL MEETING TONIGHT
To acquaint themselves with the
issues at stake in the presidential
election this fall and in order to cast
an intelligent ballot, Ann Arbor
women will gather for their first po-
litical meeting this evening at the
county court house,
Such paramount issues as the Lea-
gue of Nations will be the subject of
talks by prominent local speakers,
following which there wil be a dis-
CARPENTIER WINS TITLE BY
KNOCKING OUT LEVINSKI
Jersey City, Oct. 12.-Georges Car-
pentier knocked out Battling Lev-
inski, holder of the American light
heavyweight title, in the fourth round
of a scheduled 12 round bout tonight.
Carpentier who holds the light heavy-
weight championship of Europe thus
becomes the world's title holder in
Dance tonight, 9 to 1. Paclard.-
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TO RECEIVE GUESTS.
President Marion L. Burton and
Mrs. Burton will be at home to the
faculty and townspeople from 3:30 to'
5:20 o'clock this afternoon and from
7:30 to 9:30 o'clock tonight. This is
the first occasion of this sort since
their entrance into the University life.
President Burton and Mrs. Burton
will be at home on the second and
fourth Wednesday of each month.
President-emeritus Harry B. Hutch-
ins and Mrs. Hutchins will receive
with President Burton and Mrs. Bur-
ton. Mrs. Junius E. Beal and Mrs.
Walter H. Sawyer will pour. The
wives of the deans of the University
are acting as hostesses.
ANN ARBOR MAN RECOVERING
FROM ACCIDENT INJURIES
W. B. Orr of Ann Arbor, who was
Ex-ray- photographs were taken
yesterday of his left hip, which was
badly bruised in the accident, but the
doctors at the University hospital
pronounced no bones broken.
Dance tonight, 9 to 1. Packard.-
injured Monday afternoon when the Adv.
University Men and Women==
You are assured a cordial welcome, excellent
service and your money's worth aliv ays at
Wahr's University Bookstores
316 Stae St. Main St. opp. Court House
interurban collided with the machine
in which he was riding in Ypsilanti. is
now at his home at 905 Sybil street
recuperating, after receiving severe
cuts about the face and neck.
Girls' Attention. Rain Water Sham-
poos, Marcelled Waving, Face and
Scalp Treatment at Mrs. 3_ R. Tro-
janowski's, 1108 So. University.
HOME MADE CANDY
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
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EYES EXAMINED I
SAVE YOUR MONEY
c This year your education is ,
costing considerable more
than ever before. Several
days wasted waiting for eye
drugs to wear off means r
money from you.
I will guarantee you a per-
fect examination. Eyes ex-
amined one day and glasses
the next. No inconvenience
R. C. FULLER
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