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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILYOFIIA0BLLTIN
Volume 2 THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1921 Number 63
1 Students:
Students having in their possession baoks drawn from the University
brary, are notified that all such books are due Friday, Dec. 9, on account
the impending Christmas vacation. F. L. D. GOODRICH,
Associate Librarian.

Adents, School of Education:
An Assembly of all students In the School of Education will be held
om 203, Tappan Hall, Thursday, December 8, at 4:15. At the close
i .assembly provision will be made for organization of classes.
A. S. WHITNEY.

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Seniors in Business Administration:
Students expecting to graduate next February, or June, or August, who
are candidates for the certificate in Business Administration are requested
to call at the office of the Secretary of, the Department of Economics some-
time before Friday, Dec. 16, to verify their special enrollment in Business
Adminstration. I. L. SHARFMAN.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Earl V. Moore will give the following program in Hill Auditorium Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:15 o'clock: Sonata, No. 1, A minor (Borowski); Elegy
(Massenet), Humoreske (Dvorak); Chant de Bonhend (Lemare), Toccata
and Fugue in D minor (Bach). The concert will begin on time and the
doors will be closed during numbers. No admission charge.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Junior Engineers:
The December Assembly will be held Friday morning at 8, in room 348,
Engineering building. Members of the class who have not yet paid their
dues will be given an opportunity to do so at this meeting. The Treasurer
very much desires that all dues be paid before the Christmas vacation.
W. C. HOAD, Class Mentor.
I. 0. T. C. Band:
The R. 0. T. C. band will meet this evening at 7 o'clock in Newberry
Hall. ROBERT ARTHUR.
Gun and Blade Club:
I have been requested to announce that there will be a meeting of the
Gun and Blade Club in the reading room of the Union this evening, Thurs-
day, Dec. 8, at 7:30 sharp. Members are asked to hand in their expense
budgets at that time if they have not already done so.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
Men's Educational Club:,
The regular meeting of the Men's Educational Club has been postponed
to 7 o'clock, Tuesday Evening, Dec. 13, room 302 , Michigan Union. At that
time, the club will be addressed by Prof. Emory Filbey of the School of Edu-
cation, University of Chicago. Professor Filney is at present Acting Director
of the Vocational Bureau of the Detroit Public Schools, and will have a
message that every member of, the club should hear. A social hour will oc-
cur after the close of the program.
WESLEY B. BEADLE, President.

TO CHOOSE HOP
CHAIRMAN TODAY'
Junior lits will meet at 4 o'clock'
this afternoon in Natural Science aud-
itorium to make selections for the J-
Hop committee. Two additional mem-
bers of the Hop committee are to be
elected at this meeting.'
The two men to be elected with the
two already elected and declared eli-
gible, Charles Hummer and Robert
Gibson, will constitute the junior litl
selections for the Hop committee.
From these four the class will elect
a chairman.
A ruling by the Student council de-
clares that no member of the class
who has not paid class dues for this
semester will be permitted to vote.
Dues may be paid before the meet-
ing tomorrow at the door of Natural
Science auditorium.
PROFESSORS SPEAK
AT LANS[ING TODAY
Registrar Arthur G. Hall will ad-
dress the Jackson Kiwanis club today
noon on the subject, "Education at the
University of Michigan". From Jack-
son Dr. Hall will go to Lansing to de-
liver an address before the conven-
I Lion of state principals, his subject
being "University Entrance Require-
ments".
A number of professors from the
University will deliver addresses be-
fore this convention. "What Is Amer-
icanization?" is the subject of an ad-
dress to be given by Prof. W. D. Hen-
derson, director of the University ex-
tension department. J. B. Edmonson,
professor of education and state in-
spector of high schools, will talk on
the subject "A Tentative Plan for
Discovering the Strength and Weak-
nesses in tble Adminstration of High
Schools". Professor Ray K. Immel,
of the oratory department, and man-
ager of the State Debating league,
will speak on the subject, "The State
1 Debating League".

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ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE COURSE

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9-

WHAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
4:00--General assembly of School of
Education in Newberry hall auditor-
ium.
4:15-Organ recital in Hill auditor.
ium.
7:15-Varsity Glee club rehearsal at
Union..'
7 :15-Spanish lecture by Garcia Prada
in Tappan hall.
ti 7:15-New York students meet in
room 205 of Mason hall.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union
7:30--Round-Up club meets at Union.
8:00-Kalamazoo Normal club meets
in Lane hall.
8:00-Highland Park club social in
Lane hall.
8:15-Union opera, "Make It For Two,"
at"Whitney theater.

Carson, '17, Given
Honors At Oxford!
Ralph M. Carson, '17, Michigan
┬░Rhodes scholar at Oxford university,
England, next year will achieve the
highest honor that any man can gain
in outside activities, with his proba-
ble election to the presidency of the
Oxford Union, according to Mr. G. D.
Jeffersonn in his address before the
senior engineers last night at the
Michhgan Union.
Mr. Jefferson was resident for some
years at Oxford and told many inter-
esting experiences of his stay there.
After picturing the venerable environ-
ment in the old English institution
Mr. Jefferson went on to say that
Carson was considered a "fine and es-
teemed fellow" by all who knew him.
The Oxford Union is a debating so.
ciety, which has been since 1828-the I
training ground for many of the most j
distinguished statesmen of the British
empire, so that Carson in assuming,
the office of president of the Union
will step into the place formerly oc-'
cupied by such men as Gladstone,
and Asquith.
CORRECTION
The Daily for Nov. 27 alluded to Sir
Ernest Rutherford as a chemist. Ruth-
erford is a physicist. For several
years he was Langworthy professor of
physics at the University of Manchest-
er; he is now fellow of Trinity col-
lege, Cambridge university.
Detective William J. Burns was on'
the lecture course given in 1911-1912.
Have you sent in your scenario for
the University movie yet?
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

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Two for"the price of one. Beautiful maliog-
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WAGNER WARE SKILLETS
These Cast Iron Skillets, 3 inches in diam-
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retain their heat for quite a while -- using
much less heat and frying the food more quick-
ly and thoroughly.

U.NOTICESI
There is an exhibition of water colors
in architectural corridor of the Eng-
ineering building.
Coach Thorne, of the wrestling team,
will be in the wrestling room from
1 to 5:30 o'clock today.
MASTER MASONS 1
All Masons on the campus are in-
vited to attend the Christmas Dance
of the Craftsmen's Club to be held at
the Packard, .Saturday night, Dec.
10th. Tickets on sale at Quarry's Drug
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