THE MICHIGAN DAILY
ILY OFFICIAL'. BULLETIN
THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921
'he regular meeting of the entire teaching staff of the dental college
>e held Thursday at 6:15 p. m.
MARCUS L. WARD.
'rofessor Tom Peete Cross of the English Department, University of
go, will lecture on Thursday, March 24, at 4:15 p. m., in the Natural
ce auditorium. Subject: "Romantio Myth-making in Modern Poetry".
L. A. STRAUSS.
lementary Examination in Economics 1:
e supplementary examination for those who were absent from the ex-
ation in Economics 1 in the first semester will be given Saturday,
i 26, at 9 a. m. in room 103, Economics building.
F. M. TAYLOR.
en's Research Club:
mu important business meeting of the Women's Research Club will be
on Monday, March 28, at 7:30 o'clock in Room Z 231 of the Natural
ce building. The program will be as follows:
Miss Wead-Rare book news.
DOREEN POTTER, Secretdry.
neering and Architecture:
leads of Departments and other members of the Faculty who are in-
ted in the publication of the 'General Announcement of the Colleges of
neering and Architecture, are hereby notified that copy for the 1921-22
incement should be in my' hands on or before March 28.
W. H. BUTTS, Assistant Dean.
H. Blome, Chief Pharmacist with Frederick Stearns and Co. will
E to the students of the College of Pharmacy and others interested on
ubject, "The Alcohol Problem, and Its Relation to the Pharmacist,
ician and the Public," Thursday evening, March 24, at 7:45 in Room
if the Chemistry and Pharmacy building.
C. C. GLOVER, Secretary.
Vaudeville is to be revived in Ann
Arbor if the plans of several local
business men who intend to incorpor-
ate to run a theater featuring that en-
tertainment, are carried out. Samuel
Greene, who is acting for these men,
has taken an option on the Community
house property at the' corner of South
Main and Williams streets where
they propose to erect a theater with
a capacity of 2,000 or 2,500.
Sketches of the building are. now
being made and the management
promises a modern, Well-appointed
theater which will compare favorably
with any show-house in this part of
According to the promoters, the the-
ater will be ready for business before
the University opens in the fall, if the
plans are carried through. While no
definite arrangements have been made
as yet in booking acts for the venture,
the management will try to get on the
Keith circuit or connect itself with
some other circuit of that quality.
Definite announcement as to wheth-
er the company will go ahead is ex-
pected next week.
A ' 3ide Rule" to Lettering
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WHAT'S GOING ON
:00-Lieut.-Com. William H. Faust!
""OIL, +gives the fourth of a series
of 10 lectures on "Admiralty Law,
in room G of the Law building.
15-Lecture by Tom Peete Cross, of
the University of Chicago on "Rom-
antic Myth-making in Modern Poet-
ry," Natural Science auditorium.
15-Junior lit class meeting, room
205, Mason hall.
:00-Presbyterian Young People's
society holds inaugural banquet in
parlors of Presbyterian church. All
Presbyterian students welcome.
:80-Phi Lambda Upsilon national
convention banquet, Union.
00-Freshman band practice, Uni-
00-Mandolin club rehearsal, Union.
15-Glee club rehearsal, Union.
:15-Freshman Glee club rehearsal,
t30- Cosmopolitan club meeting,
room 106, Tappan hall, with speech
by Professor Whipple on "The
Search for Brains and Skill Among
Three Million Men."
:30-Zoological Journal club meet-
ing in room Z 231, zoological labor-
:45-Speech by W. H. Bome, ehief
pharmacist of the Frederick Stearns
company, of Detroit, on the "Al-
cohol ,Problem," room 151, Chemis-
:00-Lieut.-Com, William H. Faust,
'GiL, gives the fifth of a series
of 10 lectures on "Admiralty Law,"
in room G of the Law, building.
:0-Albion college dinner at Method-
ist church, witb speech by President
30-Regular meeting of Alpha Nn,
fourth floor, University hall.
arsity soccer practice has been post-
poned from Tuesday to Thursday.
Tryouts are wanted.
Ickets for th upperclass engineer
banquet are on sale now. They may
be obtained from upperclass engi-
he class in international relations of
Professor Hildner will be held at
:30 o'clockatonight in room 302,
mior fits and junior engineers will
get preference in the ticket sale for
the Union dance Friday. Medics of
all classes will be accommodated
first for the Saturday dance.
Fraternity and organization
bills are three months past due
and must be paid at once.
Use the advertising columns of The
ichigan Daily to reach the best of
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MICHIGAN BUDGET TO BE
CUT BY STATE LEGISLATION
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gram as outlined by President Marion
L. Burton and that the plan should be
extended over a longer period of time.
The University should receive
$1,000,000 in 1922 for the new hospital
and $125,000 in 1923, with an addi-
tional $375,000 for equipment, accord-
ing to Senator Engel. He also rec-
ommends $450,000s for a new medical
building in 1922 and $340,000 in 1923,
with $110,000 for equipment. This
sum would be sufficient to complete
the new medical building as planned,
but President Burton asked for an ad-
ditional appropriation to enlarge the
new structure and to care for the
rapidly growing classes in this depart-
No other new building was consid-
ered by Senator Engel except the den-
tal building,. for which he would give
$100,000 next year and an equal
amount in 1923.
His report attempts to show that
with the $8,690,000 budget, tuition
fees,, and incomes from other sourc-
es, the University would get $18,064,-
664, in 1921-23.
PROPOSED TO TAX GRADUATES
OF ALL MICHIGAN SCHOOLS
PROF. WHIPPLE ISSUES
RESULTS OF MENTAL TESTS
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the outcome of the semester examina-
tions showed that those students
whose work was so poor that they
were sent home were as a group
drawn from the inferior end of the
mental test scores.
Professor Whipple closed his report
to the faculty by citing briefly the
work now in progress in seven other
colleges where similar mental tests
are being given to all students on
probation or to entering students.
Examinations have been given here
recently to students on probation in
the College of Pharmacy, while an-
other group of students on probation
in the literary college will be tested
within the next few weeks.
Dr. Wile Refuses Cornell Offer
Dr. Udo Wile, head of the dermatol-
ogy department of the Medical school,
has refused'a flattering offer to go the
medical school of Cornell university,
it became known yesterday. He is rec-
ognized as an authority in his work.
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"Requiring a man to pay promissory
notes within two years after gradu-
ation, when his income is perhaps the
lowest, is not a desirable feature. The
'only part of the proposed tax that is
commendable is the plan to put 10 per
cent of the money collected into a
fund from which loans can be made
to needy and deserving students. I
would much rather see such a propo-
sition carried out voluntarily by the
alumni. I do not think that the pro-
posed tax is practical."
H. L. Sensemann, director of the
alumni catalog office, likewise did not
approve of the measure.
"I haven't had time to give the mat-
ter my consideration," he said yester-
day, "but on the face. it seems as if
it were not a desirable thing. It is
practically a raise in tuition, but it
postpones the amount to be paid until
a date after graduation. It would no
doubt cause the enrollment of the Uni-
versity to fall off, unless there were
a concerted action along this line in
other states,. Ibelieve that this prop-
osition would tend to keep students
from other states from attending the
University here, and when we consid-
er that more than half of our faculty
have come to the University from
other states to study here before they
became members of the faculty, the
harm which the measure might do
can be seen."
City to Observe Good Friday
Mayor Ernest M. Wurster has is-
sued a proclamation urging the res-
idents of Ann Arbor to an observance
of Good Friday tomorrow. Business
will be suspended and services held in
all churches and at the Wuerth thea-
ter between 12 and 3 o'clock this aft-
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