THE MICHIGAN DAILY FY,
D AiLY OFFICIAL BULLETI
Volume 2 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921 Number 29
ro Deans and Heads of Departments:
The Institute of International Education has furnished the University
with a list of foreign professors available for teaching and lecturing en-
agements. This list may be inspected at the President's Office.
F. E. ROBBINS.
All girls on the warned and probationed lists who have not seen me
nust report before Nov. 1. MYRA B. JORDAN,
Dean of Women.
Fo the Members of the Sigma Xi:
There will be an importatit business meeting of the Society of the Sigma
Xi this afternoon (Friday) at 5 o'clock in room 217 Natural Science build-
ng. The meeting will be short.
PETER OKKELBERG, Secretary.
1925 Literary Students:
Desiring to visit the stacks and workrooms of the University Library
(following the talks on the Library given in the Rhetoric classes), will be
shown through in groups on Monday evening, Oct. 31, from 7-9. Students
will please come to the Delivery Corridor, 2nd floor.
FREDERICKA B. GILLETTE,
Superintendent of Circulation and Stacks.
Heinbers and Friends of Cosmopolitan Club:
Dean Bursley will speak at a general get-together meeting of the club,
to be held in room 203 University Hall, Saturday evening at 7:30 p. m. All
old members, and foreign and American students desiring to apply for mem-
bership are cordially invited. VICTOR GONDOS, JR.
There will be a tryout Saturday morning, Oct. 29, to fill parts in two
one-act plays to be given Dec. 13. All members desiring parts meet in U-
Hall at 9 o'clock. New members are urged to turn out.
R. B. RITTER, President.
Women Graduate Students:
All women who are graduate students in the University, and all others
who are eligible for membership in the American Association of Univer-
sity Women, are cordially invited to attend its first meeting of the year.
The meeting will be held in the assembly room of the Michigan Union on
Saturday, Oct. 29, at 3 p. m. Following a short business meeting, Mr. Robert
Frost will talk. MRS. SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
President A. A. U. W.
Owing to absence from the city, I shall be unable to meet the class in
Course 23 Friday of this week. F. N. SCOTT.
PLANS FOR YEAR
Plans for the work of the year were
discussed by the judiciary council at
a luncheon given yesterday by Dean
Myra B. Jordan. Letters are to be
sent out to all league houses on the
campus asking for suggestions on
league house rules.
Mrs. Bloor to Talk on Russian Famine of an address -by Mrs. Ella Reeves While in Russia, Mrs. Bloor worked
"Russia's Famine Plight and Its In- Bloor, at 8 o'clock tonight in the under the auspices of the American
ternational Effect," will be the subject Labor temple. Relief conference.
Edna Groff, '22, president of the
Women's league, will have office hours
daily from 11 to 12 o'clock in Barbour
gymnasium to give information con-
cerning league work, and Joyce Mc-
Curdy, '22, vice-president of the league,
will give information on league house
work from 9 to 10 o'clock Mondays,
Wednesdays, and Fridays, and fronm 11
to 12 o'clock Tuesdays and Thursdays.
CRITICISM OF ,COACH YOST
BRANDED AS DESTRUCTIVE
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well cancel the rest of the schedule,"
Like Glum Oysters
An indignant co-ed queries: "Who
is this Tubbs that he dares brand our
coach as a has-been? Is it Michigan
spirit for a man to knock another
when he is in distress? Is it Michigan
spirit to blame the doach when the
team pulls off a million bone-head
plays and the crowd sits like glum
oysters, gray and silent?"
J. W. Glover, '22, says that the only
ones eligible to decide if a change of
coaches is necessary are the members
of the team. He suggests a se'cret
ballot of all men who have played on
the football squads for the past five
years to decide the question. Leonard
L. Fenwick, '22, admits that there
may be some truth in the arguments
on both sides.
The last letter in the pile is signed
by Robert L. Davis, '23E. Davis says
it is the same old story, and that Stagg
gets the same thing periodically at
Chicago. "Don't knock - like you
might expect from a red-headed bar-
ber - Boost," he urges.
Bryce's American Commonwealth
Calvin's liah School Teaching
Clifford's Further Side of Silence
Dewing's Financial Policy
Payne's History of Journalism
Terman's Test Material
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A T LIBERTY
WHAT'S GOING ON
12:00-Law faculty luncheon, Union.
4:10-Upper Room Bible class, Lane,
7:00-Hallowe'en party for Baptist
students, at Martin farm. Meet at,
Guild house. 0 I
7:30-Hallowe'en party, St. Paul's
Lutheran club rooms, 420 Liberty
:30-Wesleyan guild Hallowe'en par.
ty, Methodist church.
7:30-Greater Newark club, Union.
7:30-Alpha Nu, fourth floor. Univer-
7:30-Hallowe'en party,-, Bethlehem-;
8 :00Polonia Literary circle, Lane
8:00-Ella Reeves Bloos speaks on
"Russian Famine," Labor temple.
8:00-Party for Episcopal students,
Harris hall. Admission by card only.
8:30-St. Joseph's auxilliary Hallow-
e'en party, St. Thomas' hall.
10:30-Freshman cross country try-
3:00-Collegiate alumni afternoon re-
ception, reading room, Union. Game
7:30-Hallowe'en social, Presbyterian
7:30-Cosmopolitan club, room 203,
University hall. Dean Bursley
7:45-Craftsmen's club, Masonic tem-
8:00-=Tryouts for Varsity debaters,
room 302, Mason hall.
WEAR THE MICHIGAN COLORS TO
DETROIT ALUMNI VOICE
CONFIDENCE IN COACH YOST
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playing board gridiron similar to
those used for the world's series re-
ports. The meeting will be held at 21
o'clock in the Elks' Temple at the
corner of First and Lafayette.
Plans for a rousing pep meeting in
conjunction with the smoker have
been made and amusements have been
arranged for. There will be vaude-
ville stunts, with J. M. O'Dea, '09, in
charge. A quartette and cheer lead-
ers will be present from Ann Arbor..
Cider, smokes and doughnuts will be
Third Recital By
(By Sidney B.Coates)
Earl V. Moore gave his third suc-
cessful program of the' season at the
Twilight Organ recital yesterday aft-
ernoon in Hill auditorium, when he
played a program entirely made up of
works of modern composers to an in-
terested and responsive audience.
Those numbers which won most
applause were Moore's "Campus
Chimes", largo from Dvorak's "New
World" symphony and a toccata by
Crawford. These three numbers
range from the pulsating speed 'and
difficult pedal' work of the toccata to
the almost religious solemnity of the
largo. Moore's excellent work furn-
ished a contrast to both the other
works with its mellow ring of chimes
and carefully interpreted chords and
Smelody in the treble.
Yesterday's concert was played with
the pedals and stops away from the
audience. It is the audience's due to
watch an artist execute the difficult
technique of his art as well as listen
to the interpretation that artist gives
WEBSTER AND WASHBURN TO
SPEAK AT PRESCOTT CLUB
J. W. Webster, a member of the state
board of pharmacy, will "address the
Prescott club at its fall banquet at
6 o'clock tonight at the Chamber of
Commerce inn. The subject of Mr.
Webster's speech will be "The Respon-
sibility of the Pharmacist." Crosby
Washburn, president of the Detroit
branch of the American Pharmaceutic-
al association, will speak upon "The
Importance of Membership in Pharm-
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TULANE TEAM STOPS HERE
ON WAY TO MEET U. OF
Players on the Tulane university
football team arrived in Ann Arbor
last night and stayed at the Union
overnight, before leaving this morning
for Detroit, where they will play the
University of Detroit this afternoon.
The Tulane team, of which "Ger-
many" Schultz, former Michigan star
and All-American man, is coach,
played in Ann Arbor last fall.
Architects Night at Union Announced
Due to an oversight, the archi-
tects have been omitted from the
regular schedule of weekly dances at
the Union. Saturday, Oct. 29, is nam-
ed by the dance committee as the
preferenec night for all architects.
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