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lLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
FOUR MORE EXTENSION
THURSDAY, JANUARY O, 1922.
iculty, Colleges of Engneering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Friday,
n. 6, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 411, Engineering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS.
aw School -Admiralty Law:
A series of ten lectures on the Law of Admiralty is to be given by
eutenant-Commander William H. Faust, United States Navy (retired). The
urse will begin at 4 o'clock on Monday, Jan. 9, 1922 ,in Room G of the Law
hool and will continue daily at the same hour. The lectures will be open
all members of the University.
EVANS HOLBROOK, Secretary.
asketball Ticket Announcement:
Each student and each member of the faculty may purchase one basket-
11 ticket book of each series of basketball games at the office of the Ath-
ic association. All of these books remaining unsold will be offered to the
neral public on the morning of Jan. 10.
Students are advised to be tested to determine whether or not they are
mune to diphtheria. This simple test can be made at the Health Service
.y Thursday 2 to 4. We are prepared to immunize those who are found not
be immune and desire it. WARREN E. FORSYTHE,
Health Service Director.
agineers-Juniors and Sophomores:
Individual appointments for the required medical examination for mem-
rs of your classes at the Health Service have been posted at the office of
. Please keep the appointment given. Those who have missed are
,ed to report during the hours 8 to 12 this month.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE,
Director, Health Service.
the Members of the Faculty and Students:
The roubles event of the All-Campus Hand Ball Tournament will be
ld in February starting the second week of the Second Semester. Entry
eets are now posted on the north door of the hand ball courts in the
aterman Gymnasium. Quite a few faculty members took part in the sin-
es event last month and it is hoped that these and many others will also
,n up for the doubles. A silver cup will be awarded to each of the doubles
ampions. C. E. GEHRING, 23 (508J).
nior Electrical Engineers:
Information from the General Electric Company and from the West-
ghouse Electric & Mfg. Company indicates that there will probably be
portunity for employment of men graduating in June. Under present
onomic conditions it is desirable that you use every effort to get your-
ves into line for possible employment. I advise that you call at my office
d fill out interview blanks provided by the General Electric Company.
is should be done at once. Please note that these blanks are not appli-
tions for employment. JOHN C. PARKER.
Battle Creek, Lansing, Albion and,
Union City to Hear Univer-
A total of eight extension lectures;
are scheduled between Dec. 30, 1921,
and Jan. 8, 1922, the first lecture be-
ing given by G. S. Lasher, of the rhet-
oric department, Dec. 30, at Homer on
"Living, or Merely Making a Living".i
On Jan. 4 he discussed the same sub-!
ject at Marysville. C. O. Davis, pro-I
fessor of secondary education, spoke
.in Detroit Jan. 3, while Professor1
Ginrich talled 4t Schoolcraft on,
Bruce M. Donaldson, of the fine arts
department, wili speak at Battle Creek'
on "'The History of American Art"
Friday, Jan. 6. On the same day Prof.,
R. M. Wenley, of the philosophy de-
partment, will go to Lansing to speakl
on the subject of "Some 'World }Var;
Problems Confronting the Englishl
Speaking Peoples Today". Prof. Leroy;
Waterman, of the Semetics depart-
ment, will discuss "How We Got Ours
Bible" on Sunday, Jan. 8, at UnionI
City. On the same day Dr. Warthin,1
of the pathology department, w.li de-j
liver a lecture on "Hygiene and Mo-
rality" in Albion.I
ALUMNUS DEVOTES SPACE TO
ERNIE VICK, ALL-AMERICA
This week's issue of the Michigan~
Alumnus whichscomes outtoday will
contain an interesting article about
"Ernie" Vick, Michigan's All-Ameri-
can center, as well as an account of
Prof. William H. Hobbs' travels in the
Orient, and a story about the newn
School of Education.
GRADUATE CLUB SPONSORS
NEW YEAR'S PARTY FRIDAY
All graduate students, those who
dance and those who do not, and the
wives of married students, are to hold
a New Year party at 8 o'clock Friday
evening in Barbour gymnasium, un-
der the auspices of the Graduate club.
The program for the evening in-
cludes dancing, cards, and other-
games. Music will be furnished by
Phil Diamond's orchestra. No special
tax will be necessary, the expenses
being covered by the class dues. Re-
freshments will be served.
Society Organizes to Fight Vermin
London, Jan. 4.-A society has just
been founded for the scientific ex-
termination of vermin. It was christ-
ened the Institute of Applied Pestol-
ogy. Alfred E. Mbore, its chairman,
believes it will accomplish a work of
Wahr Will Speak to Gun and Blade
Dr. F. B. Wahr, assistant dean of
students, will be the speaker at a spe-
cial meeting of the Gun and Blade
club to be held at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in the reading room of the Union.
The Panama canal was opened for
navigation Aug. 15, 1914.
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Bis Of Sports
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from a field of 105 entries ,the pick of
the East and Canada.
Miss Elsie Mueller, woman's na-
tional championship claimant, won the
half mile for women, but came in be-
hind the winner, Gladys Robinson of
Toronto in the 440 yard champion-
Twenty-five skiing experts made the
trip to the big slide of the Norge Ski
club at Fox River Grove, near Cary,
Sunday, and got the first practice for
the national tournament there Jan. 22.
There was a two foot covering of snow
on the slide, and Saturdays thaw had
glazed iteover socthat the jumpers
were forced to cut down on their
jumps, using only the half-way mark.
Carl Neilson made the longest jump,
Among those who practiced Sundayl
were Sigurd Stedt of Norway and
Ragnar Omtvedt, who has been na-
tional professional champion for four
We have a number of high grade
Sheepskin coats at very reasonable
prices. N. F. Allen Co., 211 S. Main
TRACK TR YOU1 S
GET 1922 CALL
Coach Steve Farrell has issued his
first call for the 1922 track candi-
dates and in order to -acquaint all
those interested In any way with the
plans for the coming year and to
stir up enthusiasm for the sport, a
pep meeting will be held at 9 o'clock
Friday night in the lecture room of
the physics building.
Prof. Ralph Aigler, of the Law
school, Prof. Harry C. Carver, of the
mathematics department, Coaches
Yost and Farrell, and Captain Walter
Simmons, '22E, of the track team, will
be the speakers on the program.
R. A. Bailey, '22, track manager, will
be the chairman for the meeting.
TWENTY LIFE MEMBERSHIPS
OBTAINED AT GRAND RAPIDS
Twenty life memberships in the Un-
iversity of Michigan league were re-
ported at the annual luncheon for
Grand Rapids alumnae held in that
city on Dec. 29. Edna Groff, '22, pres-
ident of the league, announced the
plans for the campaign.
Regents to Work on Budget. Jan. 27
Work on the annual budget of the
University will be taken up at the
next meeting of the Board of Regents,
which will fall on Jan. 27.
Brazil became a republic in 1889.
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Women in Australia have
right to vote in municipal
an's Advisory Committee,
The next meeting of the
in my office.
College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
committee will be held Friday, Jan. 6, at 4 p.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
AT VERY LOW PRICES
All Fresh Stock
THE WISTERIA SHOP
330 Maynard St. Open Evenings
Students Supply Store
1111 South University Ave.
Stationery . Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf Note Books
Twilight Organ 1,eeital:
The next number in this Series will be given in Hill Auditorium, this
afternoon, at 4:15 o'clock, by Harry Russell Evans, at which time the fol-
lowing program will be offered: Largo in G (Handel), Great Fantasie and
Fugue in G minor (Bach), Ave Maria (Schubert), Persian Suite (Stoughton).
The concert will begin on time and the doors will be closed during numbers.
No admission charge. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Choral Union Concert:
The next number in this Series will be given in Hill Auditorium. Monday
evening, at 8 p. m. by Fritz Kreisler, violinist, at which time the fo'lowing
program will be offered: Sonata, A major (Cesar Franck), Suite, E major
(Bach), Andantino (Padre Martini), Rondo (Mozart), Ballet Mus'c to "Ru '
munde" (Schubert), Two Slavonic Dances (Dvorak-Kreisler), Two Caprices
(Wieniawski). The concert will begin on time and the doors will be closed
during the performance of numbers.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Fine Arts 1:
The make up examination for the fourth blue book will be held in Room
A, Memorial Hall at 7 p. m. Thursday, Jan. 6. H. R. CROSS.
There will be a meeting of the Graduate Club at 8 p .m. Friday evening,
Jan. 6, in Barbour Gymnasium. The Social Committee has provided good
music, and plans dancing and various other attractions for the evening's en-
tertainment. Married students and their wives are especially invited.
J. F. ROSS, Secretary.
Military Science, Course 3:
. Classes that have been meeting in Room 431, Engineering building, on
Friday at 9 and at 10 will hereafter meet in Room 348.
R. 0. T. C. Band:
The band will meet Thursday at 7 p .m. in Newberry Hall.
ROBERT ARTHUR, Major, C. A. C.
Fine Arts 5:
The make up examination for the third blue book will be held in Room
A, Memorial Hall, at 7 Friday evening. H. R. CROSS.
Athena Literary Society tryouts for the Midwest Debate will be held 4
p. m. Friday in the Alpha Nu Room.
MARTHA SHEPARD, President.
The first rehearsal of "The Neighbours" will be held this afternoon at 4.
The cast will meet in University Hall Auditorium. R. S. TZBBS.
Cameras and Supplies
Agency Candies and Tobaccos
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WHAT'S GOING ON
4:00-All assistant editors of the
Michiganensian meet at Press build-
1:15-Organ recital at Hill auditorium.
7:30-Pi Delta Epsilon meets in room
304 of Union.
7:30--Gun and Blade club meets in
reading room of Union.
S:00-Christian Science society meets
in auditorium of Lane hall.
[2:00-All members of A. I. E. E. meet
at Speeding's studio for Michigan-
':30-Polonia Literary circle meets at
:00-Graduate students hold party in
:00-New Year's party at Baptist
guild for Baptist students.
n exhibition of etchings is being held
on the first floor of Alumni Medtorial
The minimum depth of the Panama,
anal channel is 41 feet.
Society To Give
"The Saturday Step" is not a new
kind of jazz, but a dance to be given
by Mortarboard for the benefit of its
scholarship fund from 3 to 5:30
o'clock Saturday afternoon at the
The chaperons will be Prof John L.
Brumm and Mrs. Brumm and Prof.
Grover Grismore and Mrs. Grismore.
Music will be furnished by the Pack-
ard dance orchestra.
Tickets are being sold by members
of the organization and at Graham's
bookstore for $1 per couple.
ADELIA CHEEVER DORMITORY
TO GIVE HOUSE WARMING
Adelia Cheever dormitory will give
a house warming for women students
and faculty members on Saturday aft-
ernoon and evening. This will afford
an opportunity to find out the sort of
work the girls in the house are doing
and planning, and will create a great-
er interest in the n w dormitory.
Invitations have Been sent to all
dormitories, sororities, and league
houses. The committee in charge
charge hopes that each house will be
able to send a representative.
Students are invited from 4 to 6
o'clock and faculty members from 8
3-5:30 P. M. 50 Cents
9-12 P. M. $1.00
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Safety Deposit Vault Equipment
You will feel at ease knowing your valuables are
safely deposited in your individual box behind
those massive doors
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you will be interested in knowing that you can
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To reserve hall for private parties call 394
to 11 o'clock.