THE MICHIGAN DAILY
DAILY OFFICIAL BULTN
Volume I WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1921 Number 68
To Deans, Directors, Superintendents, and Others:
All Deans, Directors, Superintendents, and other officers involved with
similar duties with the preparation of the annual budget are asked to meet
today (Wednesday) at 10 o'clock in the Office of the President to consider
very important subjects related to the budget for 1922-23.
M. L. BURTON.
To the Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans this morning in the Presi-
dent's office immediately after the meeting of officials asked toconfer con-
cerning matters regarding the budget of 1922-23. M. L. BURTON.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Committee on Causes for
The Committee composed of representatives from various departments
where freshman courses are given and asked to consider the causes for
freshman failures, is asked to meet for a second time in the Dean's office,
Thursday afternoon, Dec. 15, at 3:30 o'clock.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Colege of Literature, Seience, and the Arts, Dean's Advisory Committee:
A meeting of the Advisory Committee is called for Friday, Dec. 16, at
4 o'clock, in. the Dean's office. JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Law School'- Attendance Committee:
There will be a meeting of the Attendance Committee of the Law School
in the Secretary's Office at 2:30-3:30 on Thursday, Dec. 15, 1921.
EVANS HOLBROOK, Secretary.
Law School - Admiralty Law:
A series of ten lectures on the Law of Admiralty is to be given by
Lieutenant-Commander William H. Faust, United States Navy (retired). The
course will begin at 4 o'clock on Monday, Jan. 9, 1922, in Room G of the Law
School and will continue daily at the same hour. The lectures will be open
to all members of the University.
EVANS HOLBROOK, Secretary.
Dr. A. J. Barnouw, Queen Wilhelmina Lecturer in Columbia University,
will lecture this afternoon at 4:15 in the Auditorium of the Natural Science
building on Holland's Colonial Expansion. This is the third of Dr. Barnouw's
lectures. The public is invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
French Scholarships for American Women:
A circular describing scholarships for American girls in French Lycees
and Ecoles Normales has been received by the President and may be con-
sulted at his office. F. E. ROBBINS.
Many students, who desire work, will be staying in Ann Arbor during
the Christmas vacation. The Employment Bureau will be open, and will
be glad to put those students in touch with anyone wanting help.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
Tle Sois Prize:
Dr. Jeanne . Solis, of Ann,,,Arbor, has offered the sum of $25 to be
awarded as a prize to the woman whose publicationstduring the calendar
year 1921 in the field of Natural Science (including Medicine) shall be ad-
judged the most meritorious. The following may compete: Women enrolled
as graduate students; Women who are members of any staff, but not yet of
rank above that of instructor; Women, not now in residence, whose publi-
cations in the year 1921 are based upon work done here within three years
of the time of award.
The prize is to be awarded by the Executive Board of \the Graduate
School upon recommendation of a committee made up of one member from
each Department in whose field there are publications to be considered.
While all publications known to the Executive Board will automatically be
considered, it is requested that all authors submit copies of their publica-
tions to the Board not later than the end of the first semester of the acad-
emic year 1921-22. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
Woman's Research Club Loan Funa:
The Woman's Research Club is supporting a Loan Fund of $75 which
will be available at the beginning of the second semester of this year. Only
Graduate women engaged in research are eligible. Those intereted in se-
curing this loan should apply as soon as possible to the Dean of the Gradu-
ate School for particulars. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
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
Admingtration. I. L. SHARFMAN.
Twilight Organ Recital:
The next recital in this series will be given -in Hill Auditorium, Thurs-
day afternoon at 4:15 o'clock by Earl V. Moore, and will be devoted to
Christmas music as follows: Offertory on Christmas Hymns (Guilmant),
Christmas Musette (Mailly), Fantaisie sur deux Noels (Bonnet), March of
th'e Magi Kings (Dubois), Chorale "In dulci Jubilo" (Bach), Fantasy on
"Holy Night, Silent Night" (Gruber-Harker), Christmas in Sicily (Yon),
Hallelujah Chorus (Messiah) (Handel). No admission charge. The doors
will be closed during the performance of numbers.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
The University Band will meet"this evening at 7:45 in Hill Auditorium.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.
Mr. C. E. Fowler, chief engineer and designer of the Detroit-Windsor
Bridge, will speak in the Natural Science Auditorium at 7:30 o'clock Wed-
nesday, under the auspices of the Engineering Society. His topic will be
"The Evolution and Architecture of Bridges". The lecture will be illus-
trated and should be of interest to all engineers.
GEORGE E. GREGORY, President Engineering Society.
Assembly will be held Wednesday, Dec. 14, at 9 o'clock in Room 348,
Engineering building. Dean M. E. Cooley will address the assembly.
A. H. LOVELL, Senior Mentor.
On Wednesday, Dec. 14, 1921, at 11 o'clock, in room 348 of the Engi-
neering building, a general "Get together" assembly will be held. Various
important class matters will be discussed. As an added attraction. Captain-
/elect Paul Goebel of the 1922 Varsity Football Squad and "Al" Cuthbert,
"All American" champion cheer leader, will be present.
C. E. WILSON,
Head Mentor Freshman Engineers.
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WHAT'S GOING ON
James A. Andrews, sectional welfare
officer of the American Legion, will
meet all ex-service men who have
claims pending, tomorrow between
9 and 5 o'clock in the Cornwell
building on East Huron street.
Michigan Banners, Pennants, Blank-
ets. and Pillows at Wahr's University
Going home Christmas? So are we
and we're getting our luggage at Wil-
kinson's, 325 So. Main St.-Adv.
There isn't a cleaner song than my
song "It's the Fashion Nowadays,"
and there isn't a bigger truth either.
You get one with "The Educator" and
take home. DR. TOM LOYELL,
209 Division Street.
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4:15-Lecture -on Holland's Colonial .FOR
expansion by Prof. Adrian Barnouw iW CHRISTMAS
in Natural Science auditorium.CH
4:15-Lecture in French by '1. Marcel Jewelry and Stationery ,
Clavel in room 203 of Tappan hall Song Books and Memory Books
4:30-Junior class of the School of -nand Pillows
Education meets in room 201 of Tap - 5n- 1
pan hall to elect officers. Bannes and Pennants
5:00-Wayfarers meet in room 306 of
Union. = UNIVERSITY
5:00-Seniors in the School of Educa. W EU BOOKSTORE
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hall to elect officers.
6:00-Former Detroit Junior college
men's dinner at Lane hall.
7:00-Varsity band practice in Uni-
7:15-Freshman Glee club practice at Toh t
7:15 Da 3lolay convocation at high
7:30-Address by C. C. Fowler on "The
Evolution and Architecture of
Bridges," in Natural Science audi-
8:00-Athletic mass meeting at Hill presents
auditorium.__Two One-Act Plays
4:15--Organ recital in Hill auditor-
7:15-Varsity Glee club iehearsal at
7:30-Boxing club meets at Union.
7:30-Forestry club meets in Natural
7:30-All Westerners meet at Lane
8:00-Judge William H. HIarrison
negro lecturer, speaks at Second
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
By George F. Tompkins
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Tickets, at all Bookstores, 25c
The Gun and Blade club dinner dance
has been indefinitely postponed.
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