Y OFFICIAL BULLETIN
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1921
American Association of University Professors:
There will be a meeting of the University of Michigan chapter of the
American Association of University Professors Monday, Dec. 5, at 8 p. m. in
Room 304, Michigan Union. CHARLES B. VfBBERT.
Seniors, Colleg'e of Literature, Science, and the Arts:5
Cards are now being mailed to all literary students who are appar-
ently planning to graduate in February, June, or Augaist, 1922, stating their
record. on October 1, 1921, as to hours and points and the completion of the
group requirements. Every- student who should be included and is not, or
who is included and should not be, or who finds an apparent discrepancy
betwen the card and his own recollection, is urged to report to my office
before December 16. ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Faculty Twilight Recital:
The program at the next Faculty Twilight Recital will be given by the
University Band, Wilfred Wilson, Leader; Mass Singing, Georgj Oscar
Bowen, Leader, Sunda'y afternoon, Dec. 4, at 4:15 o'clock. The concert
will begin on time and the doors will be closed during numbers. No admis,
sion charge. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Students in All Colleges:
The President has received from the Assistant General Manager Agent
of the Michigan Central Railroad a letter containing the following state-
ment, to which the writer requests that publicity be given: "To care prop-
erly for the large number of students leaving Ann Arbor for holiday vaca-
tion, students should, when it is possible for them to do so, purchase rail-
road and sleeping car tickets and check their baggage in advance. This
will relieve congestion at the ticket office and baggage room, and enable us
to take much better care of the students using our road."
F. E. ROBBINS.
TO SPEAK SUNDAY
Judge Charles W. Hoffman of the
Court of Domestic Relations of Cin-
cinnati will give the third of the
Wesleyan Guild- lectures at the Meth-
odist church at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night, on the subject, "Children and
Judge Hoffman has been in charge of:
this court, which was one of the first
in the country, since itA organization,
and has gained a wide reputation as
a student of sociology and its practi-
cal application. He is one of the
best known juvenile judges in the
He has served as president of the
National Probation association and
was one of the five men called by the
Commonwealth foundation of New
York to outline delinquency problems.
His articles appear regularly in the
various magazines and his "Story of
a Country Church", published in 1900,
was recognized as a distinct contri-
bution to the discussion of rural
PARKER LEAVES TO ATTEND
Prof. John C. Parker, of the elec
trical engineering department, will
leave the city Sunday for a week's
trip to New York city, where he will
attend the annual meeting of the
American Society of Mechanical En-
gineers, as representative of the De-
troit section. On Friday he will at-
tend a meeting of the directors of the
American Institute of Electrical En-
gineers, of which organization Pro-
fessor Parker is a vice-president.
DR. FERGUSON TO ADDRESS
CHEMICAL SOCIETY TUESDAY
AT THE THEATERS
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SUNDAYS AND HOLIDA
Arcade- Constance Binney
"The Case of Becky."
Majestic-Jewel Carmen in "No-
Wuerth-Tom Moore in "From
the Ground Up."
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Orpheum-Owen Moore in
Divorce of Convenience."
Xmas vacation will be hei
soon and you will all be g
We want you
Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
Shubert Michigan (Detroit)-
Goldywn's spectacle, "Theo-
Dec. 6 to 10I
Whitney-Michigan Union Opera
"Make It For Two."
CLASS MANAGERS, NOTICE
All class athletic managers
should report to the Intramural
office at once for instructions re-
garding the interclass basketball
and bowling schedules.
Daily Wdht Ads Pav.-Adv.
go home well fed and th
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patron ize our splen did dir
WHAT' GOING ON
7:00-Architectural students meet at
- interurban station for Detroit trip.
8:00-Extemporaneous speaking con.
test in room 30 of Mason hall.
1:00-Calumet men meet at Union.
1:00-V. F. W. meets for picture in
front of Union.
2:00-De Molay officers rehearse both
degrees at Masonic temple.
2:30--Catholic students' dance at Un-
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
7:30-Chinese students meet at Baptist
Guild house, 503 East Huron street.
7:45-Craftsmen's club meets at Ma.
Junior women are urged to call the
freshmen they are to escort to the
spread Saturday night immediately, if
they have not already called them.
Va nst Lunc
1116 So. University Ave. Phone 699- '
Guest tickets for the
spread Saturday night are
at Dean Jordan's office.
neets in Lane hall..
social in Lane
-Zionist society meets in
12:00-University Men's Discussion
group meets in South University
4:00-Sigma Delta Chi holds special
4:15-Faculty concert at Hill audi.
There is an exhibition of water colors
in architectural corridor of the Eng-
OPERA CAST CHOSEN READY
FOR OPENING OF PLAY
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worn by the cast and chorus, much at-
tention has been given to this detail
of the make-up. For this reason Ket-
tler and company of Chicago, the fore-
most wig makers in the United States,
have been given the contract for the
hair which will play so important a
part in making our handsomest men
girls of rare beauty.' At the present
time nearly all the wigs have been
received, and according to E. Mortimer
Shuter, who is directing the show, they
are very satisfactory.
Next to the wigs, the hats and head-
dresses will probably be the most im-
portant part of the show, and those'
that have been delivered are said to
be more beautiul than any that have
ever before aided a Michigan theatric-
al production. Like the gowns they
have been entirely designed and con-
structed by Lester of Chicago, from
original plates by their own designers.
UNION FORMAL DANCE SUCCESS
INSURES OTHERS IN FUTURE.
With a large number in attendance,
:he first formal dance of the year
was given last night in the assembly
iall of the Union. Some extra pieces,
added to the regular Union orchestra
and several specialties during the
ourse of -the evening were provided
by the management.
The custom of giving formal dances
nce a month will be tried by the
Jnion next month and if as success-
ul as last night's dance will be con-
inued fog the rest of the year, ac-
ording to the dance committee.
In 1891 the '93 1 w class played a
moreless tie with t high school foot-
A Christmas bazaar will be held
Saturday afternoon and evening at
Newberry hall under the auspices of
the Michigan Dames. Candy, cake,
and fancy work will be sold.
Chaperones for dances over the
week end are: Union-Miss Martha
Hills. Armory-=Mrs. H. G: Berger.
Packard-Mrs. Yates Adams.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will not be at
home to University women on Tues-
day, Dec. 6.
The Freshman spread committee
ask that no flowers be worn at the
spread tonight, and that no taxis be
used execpt in case of stormy weather.
No freshman women should hesitate
to attend the spread tonight -even if
they have not heard from the juniors
who are supposed to escort them.
The board of representatives of the
Women's league will meet at 11 o'clock
Saturday morning in the parlors of
An additional dancing class will be
held at 7:15 o'clock on Mondays and
Wednesdays. All girls' wishing to en-
roll in this class Shold see Mis Mac-
Ewan at once. The first meeting of the
class will be on Monday, Dec. 5.
Freshman Girls' Glee club will meet
at 4:10 o'clock Monday afternoon in
There will be a meeting of the fint
ance committee or the Junior Girls'
play at 3 o'clock Monday afternoon in
the middle parlor of Barbour gym-
All girls who are. in charge of some
phase of the Christmas bazaar will
meet at 4 o'clock Tuesday afternoon
in the blue room at Martha Cook.
Two girls are needed for work as
pages every hour of the bazaar. All
girls who are willing to work should
sign up Monday morning on the list
posted in the league room in Univer-
Fifty-nine colleges and universities
throughout the United States have en-
dowments of $1,000,000 or more.
Dr. A. L. Ferguson, of the chemistry ?illl111111glNl 111H11N11It1111 i 1 1iitf111[111111 H
department, will read a paper on "The
Action of Proteins in the Presence of
Electrolytes" before the local section
of the American Chemical society, at
its meeting at 4:15 o'clock, Dec. 6, inThe New ,M IC igan I
room 151, chemistry building. The so-
ciety will also elect its officers. Edition : 75 C
There were 2,562 daily newspapers UNIVE
In the Unitef States and its depend- BAOKS
encies in 1919. Weekly newspapers
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was in Mislionaire Rossmore's
room the night he was shot?
did his latchkey come' into the pos-
session of someone else?
was the torn photo of a man found
happened on board Rossmore's
yacht in the Palm Beach cruise?
did a certain husband learn the
truth of that shrouded affair?
did he go after that? What did he
do? What did he find?
"Canada"' was the native
word for village.
The Intramural department
wants men to act as referees for
basketball matches. Those wish-
ing to act in this capacity are re-
quested to write the Intramural
department, room 3, Press build-
ing. Menproving satisfactory
Iwill, be paid at an hourly rate.
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A drama of "somebodies" and "nobodies" and what happened when a "somebody" coveted a "nobody's"