- THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURBDA3
A OFFICIAL BULLETIN
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1921
MRSI ADAMS IS DIRECTOR
Succeeds Miss Greenwood In Local
Work of Women's Association
Mrs. Henry C. Adams, 1421 Church
street, has been appointed director
of-the northeast-central section of the
American Association of University
Women, according to word receivedl
contains more branches of the asso-
ciation than any other section.
BOUNCE SUCCESS DECIDES
CHEER LEADERS FOR MADISON
No definite arrangements have been
NortRn Lee, Ex-'4, Dead
Norton Lee, ex-'24, of Detroit, died
yesterday in an ambulance on the way,
to Detroit as a result of injurie3 re-
ceived in an auto crash near Clark-
ston on the Flint road. Fred Kerr, a
friend, was with Lee. The two youths
had turned out of the road to pass a
truck and in endeavoring to regain
the road ran into a second truck
ahead of the first.,
Girls Attention! Rain water sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. jigs for
rent. , Mrs. J. R. 'rrojanowski, 1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
New Term Nov. 14th. Type-.
writing, Shorthand, Bookkeep.
ing, Penmanship, Secretarial
Training. Day and Evening.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLL.
State and William Sta.
After conference with the Deans, I desire to announce officially that on
Friday, Nov. 11, beginning at 12 o'clock noon. all university exercises will
be suspended for the remainder of'the day. This action is taken in recogni-
tion of Armistice Day at the request of the former service men of the Uni-
versity. M. L. Burton.
The period for making up Incompletes - or taking examinatigns from
which the student was absent last June terminates with this week.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Ex.Service Men and Women:
All students who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
ing the European War and who h~ave not sent in a detailed and complete ac-
count of their service, aredasked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue Of-
fice, basement of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This ap-
plies to all University students, including those who saw service before en-
rolling in the University for the first time.
Circularizing of all former students has been completed. By.means of
this notice only will students now in attendance at the University be cir-
cularized. H. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
Phi Beta Kappa:
Members of the Faculty, graduate students, and others, who have re-
cently come to Ann Arbor and are members of the Phi Beta Kappa, are re-
quested to make themselves known to the officers of the local chapter.
EBER M. CARROLL, Secretary,
ARTHUR G. HALL, President.
Twlilght Organ Recital:t
Harry Russell Evans, Organist, will give the following program in Hill
Auditoriumn, Thursday afternoon at 4:15: Sonata (Wolstenholme), Ber-
ceuse (Dickinson), Caprice (Kinder), Grand Fugue (Bach), Little Haakon
(Skinner-Evans), Lamentation (Guilmant).
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
made to send cheer leaders to
Wisconsin game, according to Al
Cuthbert, '21E, Varsity cheer leader.
Whether or not they will be sent de-
pends entirely on the success of thel
first started to wear pots
from the executive committee of the Band Bounce.
association. This appointment was
made to fill the vacancy caused by the
resignation of Miss Grace Greenwood,
social director of Martha Cook dormi-
The American Association of Uni-
versity Women facilitates its work
by dividing the United States into 10
geographical sections, and appoint-
ing a director for each section for a
term of four years.
The northeast-central section in-
clues the states of Michigan, Ohio, In-
diana, Illinois; and Wisconsin, and
We have the best in the City of Michigan Pennants,
Banners, Pillow Covers, Table Runners, etc.
I When You l1uy, 2iiuy Quality"
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Special to the Faculties--we come out of our regular
space to announce a wonderful line of English Ulsters. Made
from the best woolens that England can produce. And the prices
are no higher than for goods domestics. An unusual line, of
which we are proud.
WAGNER & COMPANY
FOR MEN SINCE 1846
STATE STREET AT LIBERTY
WHAT'S GOING ON
12:05-Dental faculty lunch at Union.
1:00-Meeting of both staffs of the
'Ensian and all who are to assist in
;he sales campaign.
1:00-Meeting of all assistant editors
of the Michiganensian in Press
4:15-Organ recital, Hill auditorium.
5:00-Ticket sale for sophomore lit
dance, at desk, Union.
6:80-Conopus club dinner at Union.
7:00-Meeting committee chairmen of
the -Varsity Glee and Mandolin clubs
in room 308, Union.
7 :15-Varsity Glee club rehearsal at
7 :15-Sigma Delta Chi meets in room
7:15-Meeting of La Sociedad 1iispan.
ica in room 110, Library.
7:15-Sigma Delta Chi meeting in
room 306, Union.
7:80-Meeting of the Literary club at
7:30-Upperclass advisers meet at
S:00-Round-Up club meeting.
S :00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium, Lane hall.
9:00.2:00-Class dues of sophomore
engineers payable at desk over arch.
7:00 Meeting of Philippine Michigan,
club at Lane hall.
7:30-Prof. Francis W. Kelsey lectures
on the Near East at Presbyterian
7:30-Meeting of Intercollegiate Soci.
alist society ib room P162, Natural
:80-Regular meeting of Alpha Nu,
fourth floor, University hall.
S:30-Benefit dance for St. Thomas'
basketball team at St. Thomas' par-
SPARGO TO OPEN
Due to an error in type setting,
the statement under the heading
of "General Funds" which ap-
pears on page four of this issue
of The Daily, is not complete nor
entirely accurate. The correct
financial statements of the Stu-
dent Christian association will
appear in a later issue of The
ENGINEERS PLA N TRI P
More Than 60 to Visit Works in Detroit
More than 60 civil engineering stu-
dents will accompany the teaching
staff of the department on the an-
nual inspection trip to Detroit and
Toledo tomorrow and Saturday. Stu-
dents not already listed who expect to
accompany the party must communi-
cate with R. B. Alexander, '22E.
The expedition this year is larger
than any that have been attempted
before. Among the 13 engineering
works on the trip are the Detroit
municipal asphalt plant, the Connors
creek sewer now being built in De-
troit, Toledo's fire service station,
ipumping service, and the Hocking
Valley docks, which are equipped with
devices for lifting and handling 2,500
tons an hour or a car load a minute.
In addition to these special features
the trip will include inspection of sev-
eral typical structures in each city.
RgOTgC, UNIT NEARS QUOTA
Only 11 Places Not Filled; Infantry
Corps Numbers 106
Fourteen additional students have
enrolled in the ordinance department
of the R. O. T. C. within the past
two days, leaving only 11 places still
to be filled. From the inquiries be-
ing received, it is expected the unit
will be complete within a few days.
The infantry has received enough ad-
ditional enrollments to bring its
strength up to 106. The signing up of
one Pharmic has left the Homoeop4
school the only one not represented
in the R. O. T. C.
Major Arthur states that when the
total enrollment of the local unit has
reached 400 the government will hon-
or a requisition for an R. O. T. C.
!iillliii ttii it tititt# iitf iiititt I
: Dr. George E. Mickle
mOffice ours daily by appoint-
ment Telephone 2626
Em. 12, Over Arcade Theatre s
711 N. University Ave.
A Relia ble Jeweler
113 South Main
The New Victor Dance Records
No need of telling you how superior yictor Dance Records are-
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85c . Royal Garden Blues-Fox Trot..Original Dixieland Jazz Band
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85c Say It With Music-Fox Trot.....Paul Whiteman and Orch.
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116 SOUTH MAIN STREET
John Spargo, noted socialist writer
and speaker, will open the series of
ten lectures given under the auspices
of the University Oratorical associa-
tion Thursday evening, Nov. 10, with
his address on "The Struggle Between
Bolshevismn and Democracy."
Spargo came to the United States
from England in 1901 and since that
time has been in the public eye as an
exponent of socialistic thought. He
has written books interpretating Karl
Marx' philosophy and lately produced
a work entitled, "The Psychology of'
The Oratorical Association
S P ARGO0
band. As there are already 395 en-
rolled, this figure should be reached
within a few days and a request will
be forwarded at once for permission
to establish the band. The govern-
ment will furnish instruments, music
and otherequipment for 28 pieces,
but with the instruments owned by
students it is thought that a much
larger band can be organized.
Date: November 10.
Subject: "The Struggle Between Bolshevism and Democracy in Russiat"
Columbus, O., Nov. 2.-- Halfback
rank Honeker of the Ohio State foot-
all team "find" of the Minnesota
ame suffered a broken shoulder to-
ght in scrimmage preparatory to the
hicago-Ohio State game. He will be
it of the game the rest of the sea-
Opening number of the LECTURE COURSE.
Junior Engineers' Dues
Junior engineers may pay their
class dues at the desk in the hall on
the second floor of the Engineering
building, directly over the arch, from
9 to 2 o'clock today or Friday.
Season tickets for the Course (10 numbers) are selling now at Wahr's, Gra-
ham's, and Slater's bookstores. Prices $2.50 and $3.00. Single admission
for each number will be $1.00.
ap Night" was originated at
Lman receptionjn .1904.