THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Volume 2 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921 Number 64
Dr. A. J. Barnouw, Queen Wilhelmina Lecturer at Columbia University,
will deliver three University lectures Dec. 12, 13, and 14, at 4:15 p. m., in
the Auditorium of the Natural Science building. His subjects will be (1)
Contemporary Dutch Literature, (2) Art *and Artist in the Seventeenth
Century, (3) Holland's Colonial Expansion. The public is cordially in-
vited. F. E. ROBBINS.
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library, are notified that all such books are due Friday, Dec. 9. on account
of the impending Christmas vacation. F. L. D. GOODRICH,
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.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra:
The Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Victor Kolar, Conducting, Erwin
Nyiregyhazi, Pianist, will give the following program- in the Extra Concert
Series, in Hill Auditorium, Monday evening, Dec. 12: Fifth Symphony,
Opus 64, in E minor (Tschaikowsky); First Concerto, in E fiat major, for
pianlo arid orchestra (Liszt), Erwini Nyiregyhazi, Pianist; Ballet Music from
"Faust" (Gounod); Roumanian Rhapsody in A major, Opus 11 (Enesco).
The concert will begin on time and the doors will be closed during numbers.
Tickets for either the series or for individual concerts are still available at
the University School of Music.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Oratorical Association Lecture Course: s
Ex-Governor Charles S. Whitman, of New York, distinguished for his
adminstrative ability, will give the fourth lecture in the Oratorical Asso-
ciation course this evening at 8 o'clock, in Hill Auditorium. He will speak
on the "Adminstration of Criminal Justice".
R. D. T. HOLLISTER, Financial Manager.
Freshmen, College of Engineering:
On Saturday, Dec. 10, between 8 and 12, all freshmen will be required to
report in room 411 for preliminary classification. Each student must bring
his admission card, his advanced credit sheet, and a written list of the sub-
jeets he is carrying this semester. M. E. COOLEY.
There will be a try-out Saturday 9 to 11 o'clock in University Hall to
choose casts for "The Neighbors" and "The Play-Goers". Members are
urged to turn out, especially those who have not yet taken part.
R. B. RITTER.
BASKETBALL TICKETS TO
ALL GIMES NOW ON SALE
STUDENTS BUYING BOTH SETS
MUST PRESENT COUPONS'
23 AND 24
Both groups of basketball tickets
will be available to all students be-
ginning today, and those who have
already purchased-one group may now
also buy the second.
Sale of the books for the, indoor
contests went well yesterday, and al-
together approximately one-third of
the tickets have been disposed of.
This is practically the amount that
was expected to be sold during the
first few days.
Students who avail themselevs of
the opportunity to buy the second
group of tickets must present their
coupon books, as before, and turn in
coupon 23. Students buying both sets
will be expected to dispose of cou-
pons 24 and 23. The presentation of
the books and the giving of the cou-
pons are done so -iht none but Uni-
versity students may purchase the
DE MOLAY CONVOCATION WILL
BE AT HIGH SCHOOL, DEC. 14
Order of De Molay, junior Masonic
organization, will hold its installation
of officers and convocation ceremony
Eec. 14 at Patlengill auditorium, Ann
Arbor high school, instead of at Har-
ris hall as previously planned. This1
change is made in belief that Harris
hall would not be near large enough
to seat al of those who expect to at-
tend the ceremony.
Master Masons of both the city and
the University are invited to attend
'he work. Ann Arbor Masons will se-
cure tickets from their local bodies,
and those from the University will se-
cure them from Robert A. Campbell,
treasurer of the University, in his of-
fice in University hall.
AT THE THEATERS
Arcade - Viola Dana in "Life's
Your family and friends will give Michigan Banners, Pennants, Blank-
you credit for having original ideas
if you do your Christmas shopping at ets, and Pillows at Wahr's University
the Episcopal booth.-Adv. Bookstore.--Adv.
Majestic - Hobart Bosworth in
Lord and Master."
Wuerth - Alice Joyce in "Her
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constructed for danc-
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fit.. Exceedingly good
grade of Patent
Orpheum - Bebe Daniels
"Ducks and Drakes."
Garrick (Detroit)-"Irene," mus-
ical comedy. Second week.
Dec. 6 to 10
Whitney-Michigan Union Opera
"Make It For Two."
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WHAT'S GOING ON
7:15-Scalp and Blade club meets at
7:15-Alpha Nu members adjourn to
attend Whitman lecture 14. body.
8:00-Ex-Governor Whitman speaks
oratorical course in Hill auditorium.
8:15-Union opera, "Make It For Two,"
at Whitney theater.
1:10--Band meets at Delta for Detroit
2:15-Union opera, "Make It For Two,"
at Whitney theater.
7:30-Bayonne, N. J., club meets In
room 306 of Union..
8:15-Union oprea, "Make It For Two,"
There Is an exhibition of water colors
in architectural corridor of the Eng-
All fraternities, sororities, and house
clubs should have informal student
activity pictures in to the Michigan-
ensian before Monday.
CHRISTMAS CHIMES CONTAINS
VARIETY OF GOOD ARTICLES
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undemocratic. .Hersdorfer has the
goods and springs it in a snappy con-
vincing style, while Newton evades
the actual question involved.
"A Fool There Was," the Winning
story of the Chimes short story con-
test, written by Katherine Cooley
Baker, Spec., supplies a serious plot
which unfolds into a refreshingly orig-
inal and absorbing story.
"The Man Who Understood Wom-
en," by Hardy Hoover, '23, is a nov-
elette whose artful satire and amus-
ing revelations concerning feminine+
psychology are a source of complete
enjoyment to handsome males and in-
tense mental disturbance to men of
A pair of opera stories by E. Morti-
mer Shuter and Marion B. Stahl, '23,
cover the Mimes production thorough-
ly from opposite angles, while articles
by Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, of the
philosophy department, and Hughston
M. McBain, '23, appeal to those inter-
ested in international education and
Letters from many prominent alum-
ni, telling of the popularity of the
weekly form of the Alumnus, will be
printed in this week's issue along with
the leading article entitled, "The
Union Opera in in the Making", writ-
ten by Edwin R Meiss, '23. The story
tells of all the trials of Director Shu-
ter and how the cast was rounded in-
to form as well as illustrating tie
"girls chorus" in action and the mem-
bers of the cast being "shown how'.
There is a complete resume of the
new department of engineering re-
search which, the article explains,
was established "for the purpose of
assist in Michigan industries".
The relations of Harry Daugherty,
'81L, United States attorney general,
to President Harding are aired in an-
other article which should be of in-
terest to alumni politicians. The
plans for the new women's club
building are discussed by Mrs. W. D.
Henderson, secretary of the Alumni
council, in this week's number.
"With the Teams" is the heading of
an article giving reports of the dif-
ferent athletic teams and the latest
book of Harry A. .Franck, '03, is re-
viewed in another interesting article.
The poularity of the Alumnus in its
new weekly form is assured by the
many letters received from prominent
alumni and published on the last pag-
es of this week's issue.
Prof. Filbey Will Address Men's Club
Prof. Emory Filbey, of the School
of Education of the University -of Chi-
cago, will be the speaker at the next
meeting of the Men's Educational club,
at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, Dec. 13,
room 302 of the Union.
A badly crippled Wolverine eleven
beat Pennsylyania 11-9 in 1911.
PAY FOR 'ENSIAN SPACE
Due to a ruling of the Board in
Control of Student Publications
it is necessary that all campus
organizations who want space
reserved in the 1922 Michiganen-
sian, shall pay for the space by
Dec. 10. The price per full page
is $25 which includes the cost
of the group picture. The price
for a half page is $15, but no
pictures will be placed on this
amount of space.
It has been necessary to raise
price per page over last year be-
cause of the increase in the cost
of the engraving and printing,
and the increase in the size of
the book. The actual cost to pub-
lish each page is $33.00.
The increase in the size of the
book was made .necessary be-
cause of the large and increas-
ing number of house clubs, fra-
ternities and campus organiza-
tions. In the new book, fratern-
ities will be given only one page,
and some of the other organiza-
tions a half page. This will cut
down the size of the book with-
out decreasing any of the mate-
rial that goes into it.
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Michigan beat Vanderbilt -9-8
1911, playing on Ferry field.
Michigan Jewelry, Seals, Memory
Books, etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.
ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION LECTURE. COURSE
"ADMINISTRATION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE"
HILL AUDITORIUM -8 O'CLOCK
SEASON TICKETS - $2.50 AND $3.00
SINGLE ADMISSION - $1.00
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