THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURI
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ALLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
"SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1921
Members of the Faculties:
All professors and instructors who wish to sign the, payroll for the
year to have their checks deposited in the bank, may do so by calling at the
Secretary's Office -before Nov. 25.
S. W. SMITH, Secretary.
P'rospective Teachers - Seniors and Graduate Students: -
The Bureau of Appointments will hold its annual enrolment for this
year, Tuesday, Nov. 8, at 4 o'clock in .the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All
those who desire teaching positions for February or September should en-
rol at this time. Registration at the time of the regular enrolment is free,
but a tee of one dollar is required for late registration.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
Ex-Service Men and Women:
All students who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
ing the European War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete ac-
count of their service, are asked 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 atbndance at the University be cir-
cularized. H. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
Students from Foreign Lands:
Some.of the aldies in Lansing, Michigan, are willing to entertain stu-
dents from foreign ountries at their homes during the Christmas holidays.
Women who are interested will please consult Dean Jordan at her office
hours. Men will please consult with me, Thursdays and Fridays at 4
o'clock, 302 University Hall; phone 1451, or University exchange 110-J.
J. A. C. HILDNER,
Adviser to Foreign Students.
Make-Up Examination in Economics 1E, Engineers' Course:
A make-up examination for those students in Economics lE who did not
take the final last semester wi1 be given on Saturday, Nov. 5, at 9 a. m. in
room 202, Economics building. I. LUBIN.
Make-Up Examination in Economics 2:
A make-up examination for those students in Economics 2 who did not
take the final last semester will be given on Saturday, Nov. 5, at 9 a m. in
room 202, Economics building. I. LUBIN.
Examination Zoology 3a:
Students absent. from examination in Heredity June, 1921, will report
at room Z-229, Natural Science building, Saturday, Nov. 5. at 9 a. m. to
take a supplementary examination. A. FRANKLIN SHULL.
Students who have completed Surveying IV and have elected one hour
of Surveying I, report at room 338 New Engineering building, Monday at 1.
T. J. MITCHELL.
BUSINESS TRYOUTS MAY
! Sophomores interested in
work on the businessstaff of
The Michigan Daily may apply
to the business manager during
the remainder of this week.
= Anyone interested in copy writ-
ing may also apply. Freshmen
on the campus are not eligible
at this time.
xURLONG, '24M, WAR HERO,
ACCOMPANIES MARSHAL FOCR
In response to an invitation from
Paul H. Martin, department com-
nander of the American Legion, Har-
Id A. Furlong, '24M, who was decor-
ated with the Medal of Honor dur-
'ng the World war, will leave Sunday
for Battle Creek, where he will join
the party of Marshal Foch. While
there Foch will assist in the dedica-
tion of the American Legion hospital'
at Camp Custer. Furlong will ac-
company the marshal to Detroit as his
personal aide, and will return here
Messrs. Greenwood and Gilmore ar-
ranged a 15 day trip to Florida in '95.
The round trip fare, including meals
and transportation, was $62.50.
A talk on Crawford Shoes, page
three. Davis Toggery Shop.-Adv.
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We have the best in the City of Michigan Pennants,
Banners, Pillow Covers, Table Runners, etc.
MICHIGAN vs MINNESOTA
The family will be down pretty soon
for the Minnesota Game!
Show them that self-satisfied and
well-fed look that can be obtained only
by eating regularly at
IF WE SATISFY YOU ONCE
STOP IN ON THE WAY HOME FROM THE LIBE
1116 So. Unversity
WHATS GOING ON
10:80-Freshman cross country try-
1:30-Varsity band meets at Hill au-
2:30-Catholic students' party at Un.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
) in Lane hall.
7:30-Chinese students meet at Lane
.7:45-Craftsmen club meets at Mas"-
9:00-Sophomore lit dance at Union.
9:30-University Men's Bible class'
meets in Upper room, Lane hall.
11:00-Zionist society meet- in Lane
7:00-President Holmes of Drake uni-
'versity speaks at the University serv-
ice in Hill auditorium.
FRESHMAN MEDICAL CLASS
COMMITTEES ARE SELECTED
The following appointments were
made at a meeting of the Freshman
medical class at 4:30 o'clock Wednes-
day: Honor committee, Robert U.
Cooper, Karl M. Beierlein, Bennett F.1
Avery, Alfred D. Summers, and F. R.
Schemn; athletic committee, H. B.
Tidey, Kenneth B. LeGalley, °R. U.
Cooper; finance committee, Bert
Spurrier, N. S. Keeler, J. H. Marshall;
sSdcial committee, R. C. Travis, G. H.
Darling, W. E. Mathews; auditing
committee, Walter R. Tobin, V. F.
Newman, F. R. Thomas.
HARDING SIGNS ARMISTICE
DAY HOLIDAY RESOLUTION
Washington, Nov. 4.-- President
Warren G. Harding today signed the,
resolution of congress declaring
Nov. 11 a legal holiday. He is ex-
pected soon to issue a formal procla-
Soecallst Society Holds Meeting
Plans for organizing, and for pro.
curing speakers to address future
meetings were discussed by members
of the Intercollegiate Socialist socie I
ty in Natural Science building last1
night. The. selection- of a name bet-'
ter suited to the purpose of the so-
ciety was also talked of.l
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
News of the Day
London, Nov. 4.-Developments in
the negotiations toward an Irish set-
tlement now are understood to hinge
upon the conferences with Sir James
Craig, the Ulster premier, will have
in the next few days with Premier
Lloyd George and Sir Edward Car-
A special meeting was held by the
Ulster cabinet in Belfast today prior
to the departure of Sir James for
London. He is expected to meet the
prime minister on Monday.
Washington, Nov. 4.--The sales tax
as a source of federal revenue at this
time was definitely rejected today by
the senate, but there was further evi-
dence that it was the purpose of Re-
publican congressional leaders to bring
it forth later as a means of raising
funds to finance the proposed "five-
way" plan for adjusted compensation
for former service men.
Chicago, Nov. 4.-The "check off"
system of holding out union dues and
assessments from coal miners' pay.
against which an injunction was hand-
.d down by Judge A. B. Anderson, of
Indianapolis, will continue until furth-
er orders of the United States court of
appeals, the court held today in sus-
pending that part of the injunction ap-
plying the check off. The court action
was acclaimed tonight by the United
Mine Workers of America as a decid-
ed victory, a§ the leaders see in it a
reopening of the entire case.
BARRISTERS ELECT TEN FOR
FIRST SEMESTER INITIATION
Barristers, honorary senior society,
will hold its annual first semester ini-
tiation next Tuesday afternoon. The
following men have been elected to
membership: C. J. Smith, F. D. Carrol,1
C. E. Turner, W. C. Palmer, George
D. Anderson, P. 0. Strawhecker, E.
C. Davis, C.-H. Daley, Harry Sunley,
and G. S. Hollenbeck.
Twenty senior laws organized a
"whisker club" in '95. The penalty
for a shave was an oyster supper for
the rest of the club.
A talk on Crawford Shoes. See
page three. Davis Toggery Shop.-Adv.
Try a Daily Want Ad. It pays.--Adv.
Nov. 10-JOHN SPARGO' author, journalist, lecturer.
Subject: "The Struggle Between Bolshevism and
Democracy in Russia."
Nov. 1 8-CHARLES RAHN KENNEDY, playwright, actor,
and EDITH WYNNE MATTHISON (Mrs. Ken-
nedy), leading lady with Henry Irving.
Scenes together from the drama.
Nov. 26-THEODORE E. BURTON, ex-senator, now con-
Subject: "Our Foreign Policy" (with a discus-
sion of the Conference for the Limitation of
DEC. 1-PROF. S. H. CLARK, Uiversity of Chicago.
Reading of John Drinkwater's play, "Abraham
DEc. 9-EX-GOV. CHARLES S. WHITMAN, of New
Subject: "Administration of Criminal Justice."
JAN. 7-JUDGE BEN LINDSEY, of Denver.
Subject: "Why Kids Lie."
JAN. 28-SIR PHILLIP GIBBS, of London,
"The Social Revolution in England."
FEB. 16-HARRY FRANCK,
FEB. 24-IRVIN S. COBB, humorist,
Subject: Home Folks."
THE LAST NUMBER of this course to be announced later.
Season tickets on sale now at campus bookstores and will be sold at
booths on the campus Tuesday, Nov. 8. Prices $2.50 and $3.00