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THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUEyAY, N

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1921

Number 82

t Members of the University:
Owing to the annual meeting of the National Association of State Uni-
ersities at New Orleans, the President of the University and Mrs. Burton
111 not be "at home" on Wednesday, Nov. 9.
'niversity Lectures:
The three University Lectures by Dr. A. J. Barnouw, scheduled for Nov.
3,and 4, have been postponed on account of the illness of the lecturer.
'he dates of the postponed series will be announced later.
F. E. ROBBINS.
ruiversity Lectures:
Professor Ernst Cohen, Director of the Van't Hoff Laboratory, Univer-
ity of Utrecht, Holland, will deliver one of his lectures. today (Tuesday,
rov. 1) at 4:15 p. in., and the other tomorrow (Wednesday, Nov. 2) at 4:15
. m. in the Chemical Amphitheater, room 165 Chemistry building. His sub-
set will be, "The Metastability of Matter and Its Bearings on Chemistry and
'hysics."
The lectures will be illustrated by lantern slides and experimental dem-
nstrations and will be given under the auspices of the University of Michi-
an Section of the American Chemical Society. All interested are cor-
Ually invited to attend. C. C. MELOCHE.
'Iekets for Minnesota Game:
All holders of athletic coupon books should follow the instructions on
he back of the application blank for the Minnesota game. At 6 p. m. Wed-
esday, Nov. 9, preference according to the number of years a student has
een on the campus will cease. The Athletic Association is allotting all
ickets for the Minnesota game to students and alumni according to the
lan of distribution adopted by the Board in Control of Athletics, which
oard is composed of faculty, alumni, and student representatives. The
lock "M" will be located in the West Stand at the request of the Student
ounci. FIELDING H. YOST.
billps Scholarships:
Examinations for the Phillips Scholarships for the year 1921-1922 will
e held on Saturday, Nov. 12, in room 108, Tappan Hall. Applications for
dmission to the examination should be made in writing and handed in at
)ean Effinger's office as soon as possible, in any case before Nov. 5.
Candidates will be examined upon four units of Latin, all freshmen who
resent four units of Latin for entrance being eligible. Those who pre-
eut in addition two units of Greek may elect to be examined in both sub-
Scts, in which case if their grades are equal to those of other candidates
ey will be given preference. The conditions under which the examina-
one are conducted and the scholarships are to be held are fully described
a pages 106-107 of the University Catalogue for 1920-1921, which should be
ad by all prospective candidates.
Applicants for renewal of scholarships held during the year 1920-1921
hould present their requests in writing at Dean Effinger's office not later
han Nov. 5.
A. R. CRITTENDEN,
F. E. ROBBINS,
Committee in Charge.
x-Service Men and Women:
All students who were In Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
ig the European War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete ac-
Dunt of their service, are asked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue Of-
ce, basement of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This ap-
ies to all University students, including those who saw service before en-
olling in the University for the first time.
Circularizing of all former students has been completed. By means of
is notice only will students now in attendance at the University be cir-
ilarized. H. L. SENSEMANN,
F Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
:ygliene Lecture:
Freshman and entering sophomore women are required to attend the
:ygiene Lecture to be given today, Nov. 1, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall at
p. m. MARION O. WOOD. .
tudents from Foreign Lands:
Some of the ladies in Lansing, Michigan, are willing to entertain stu-
ents from foreign countries at their homes during the Christmas holidays.
romen who are interested will please consult Dean Jordan at her office
ours. Men will please consult with me, Thursdays and Fridays at 4
'clock, 302 University Hall; phone -1451, or University exchange 110-J.
J. A. C. HILDNER,
Adviser to Foreign Students.
colytes:
Regular meeting of Acolytes will be held Tuesday evening at 8 p. m. in
X8 Mason hall. Martin Ten Hoor will read a paper on "George Santayana,
hilosopher and Poet". A. C. BENJAMIN.
arsity Debating Squad:
The first elimination tryouts will be held Saturday morning, Nov. 5, at
o'clock, room 302 Mason Hall. A brief of one side of the question, showing
ur analysis of the issues, must be presented. Present evidence and proof
r some one phase of the queston. Speeches limited to seven minutes.
anddates come in alphabetical order except as prevented by classes.
RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
inior- Research Clubs
Meeting Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 8 p. m. in room F 426 New Science building.
Subjects: -
Timber Rot Studies in California.- Lee Bonar.

Infra-ree Band Spectra. -Dr. E. F. Harker.
H. R. SNOW, Secretary.
medy Club:
Try-outs for the cast of Shaw's Pygmalion will be held for members of
>medy Club in the auditorium of Newberry:Hall Wednesday and Thursday
-ening at 7 o'clock. Copies of the book have been placed in the Upper
eading room at the Library. J. RALEIGH NELSON.
he Players Club:
Those who wish to do practical work in the design, construction, and
inting of scenery and in stage setting in connection with the Players
.ub are asked to meet Mr. Milton R. Landy,-Chairman of the Committee on
agecraft, at 4 p. m., Tuesday, Nov. 1, in the auditorium of University Hall.
R. D. T.HOLLISTER.

FIRST SWIMMING
f PRACTICE TODAY
Y. M.G C A. Pool to Witness Opening
Work of Year in Aquatic
Sport
CAPTAIN HYDE HANDICAPPED
BUT READY FOR HARD SEASON
First swimming practice will be held
at 3 o'clock this afternoon in the Y.
M. C. A. pool. This announcement,
according to Coach Elmer Drulard, is
expected to bring forth one of the larg-
est turnouts of Varsity material'that
the sport has experienced since its
first bow to the world of Michigan ath-
letics three years ago.
The Wolverine tank men face what
should be a difficult, but successful
season. Several of the men who have
been most counted on have not return-
ed to school, and others will be unable
to devote as much time as had been
hoped. One of these latter is Capt. G.
Warren Hyde, '25M. The entry of Cap-
tain Hyde on the rolls of the Medical
school will prevent him fromgetting
in as much of the all-important prac-
tice as is desirable, but the Michigan
leader is in good shape, and should
be able to head his squad throughout
the season.
Candidates in all events, free style,
breaststroke, back stroke, plunge for
distance, and fancy diving are expect-
ed to report this afternoon. No charge
will be made at the pool.

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PAUL ZAHNR, Prop.

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Dr. George E. Xickle
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
Office hours daily by appoint-
ment Telephone 526
Rm. 12, Over Arcade Theatre
11 1. University Ave.

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Banners, Pillow Covers, Table Runners, etc.

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'WHAT'S GOING ON

TUESDAY
11:00-Dr. Van der Hoeve speaks to
Medical students and faculty in
Medical amphitheater.
4:10-Dean's advisory committee meets
4:15-Chemical society lecture by
Prof. Ernst Cohen in room 165,
Chemistry building.
6:00-Cabinet club initiation banquet
at Lane hall. I
6:15-Press club luncheon at Union.
M. W. Bingay and Alan Schoenfield,
of the Detroit News, will speak.
7:00-Choral union rehearsal at the
School of Music.
7:00-Union Orchestra rehearsal in
assembly hall, Union.
7:15--Mt. Clemens club meets in
room 321, Union.1
7:15-Friars meet in room 325, Union.
7:30-Boxing club meets in room
323, Union.
7:30-Meeting of underclass conduct
committee at Union.
7:80-Upperclass advisers meet in
reading room of Union.
7:30-Commerce club committee meet-
ing in room 302, Union.
7:30-Meeting of Adelphi House of
Representatives, fourth floor, Uni-
versity hall.
7:30-Dixie club meets in room 819,
Union.
7:30-Alpha Kappa Psi meets in room
306, Union.
8:00-Junior Research club meets in
room F426, Natural Science building.
8:00-Acolytes meet in room 106, Ma-
son hall.
U-NOTICES
Freshman Lit elections will be held
between the hours of 9 and 2
o'clock Wednesday in the lower cor-
ridor of University hall.
REGENTS APPROPRIATE FUND
FOR SCIENTIFIC PAPERS
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quest from the city of Flint for Dean
A. S. Whitney, of the School of Educa-
tion, to direct an efficiency survey of
the schools of that city was acted on
favorably. The board also voted to
establish a dental clinic in Ypsilanti
under the direction of the Dental
school.
Prof. C. H. Van Tyne of the history
department was granted a leave of ab-
sence in order to go abroad for the
purpose of doing some special re-
search work in connection with the
book he is writing. Notice was receiv-
ed at this meeting also, that the Unit-
ed States Radiator company, of De-
troit, would continue their fellowship
of $500 a year and this fellowship
was awarded to Lyman J. Ballard.
Congratulate Former Regent
The Regents took luncheon at the
Betsy Barbour dormitory and passed
a resolution congratulating Levi L.
Barbour, of Detroit, former Regent
and doner of the funds for the dormi-
tory, upon the successful operation of
the institution.
Dr. P. C. Lowery, of Detroit, was
appointed lecturer in prosthetic den-
tistry. Earnest F. Barker, who holds
a research fellowship in the Univer-
sity, was made a lecturer in physics.
The Varsity band was formed in
1896.

A rcade Cafeteria in the kead !
It's upstairs in
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VICTOR RECORDS

For

November

DANCE RECORDS
DANGEROUS BLUES-Fox Trot...........Original Dixieland Jazz Band
ROYAL GARDEN BLUES-Fox Trot.......Original Dixieland Jazz Band
SOUTH SEA ISLES-Medley Fox Trot. .Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra
Rosy CHEEKS-Fox Trot..................All-Star Trio and Orchestra
I AIN'T NOBODY'S DARLING-Medley Fox Trot
All-Star Trio and Orchestra
Yoo-Hoo--Fox Trot ........... ............ Hackel-Berge Orchestra
SWEET LADY-Medley Fox Trot..........Paul Whiteman and Orchestra
SAY IT WITH MUSIC-Fox Trot..........Paul Whiteman and Orchestra
IT MUST BE SOMEONE LIKE YOU-Fox Trot.. Benson Orches. of Chicago
WHEN THE SUN GOES DOWN-Fox Trot............Shilking Orchestra
RED SEAL RECORDS
ETUDE IN G FLAT MAJOR, Op. 10, No. 5 (Black Keys)
(b) ETUDE IN G FLAT MAJOR, Op. 25, No. 9 (The Butterfly)
Alford Cortot
MOTHER OFEMY HEART ................. ........ ..Frances Alda
QUARTET IN A:MAJOR.. ............................Flonzaley Quartet
LOVE'S MESSENGER WALTZ...................... .Amelita Galli-Curci
TO SPRING............... .........................Fritz Kreisler
LITTLE TOWN IN THE OULD COUNTY DOWN.........John McCormack
SYMPHONIE PATHETIQUE..................... Philadelphia Orchestra
This is but a partial list of the Victor Offering for November.
We invite you to call and look over the complete November
list. We will be glad to.play any record that you may desire
to hear.

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OR SOCIETY ELECTS NEW
MBERS; INITIATE THURSDAY
ior soceity, an honorary organ-
n of senior women, has elected
'ollowing girls to membership:
Lovewell, Dorothy Ide, Florence
n, Margaret Zeller, Elizabeth
ry, Rita Beebe, Olive Lockwood,
4argaret Beckett. Initiation will
Id at 4 o'clock Thursday.

Prof. Cohen, Holland, Lectures Today
Prof. Ernst Cohen of the University
of Utrecht, Holland, will deliver two
illustrated lectures, one today at 4:15
o'clock and one tomorrow at the same
hour, in room 165, Chemistry build-
ing, on the "Metastability of Matter
and Its Bearing on Chemistry and
Physics".
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