O IFFICIAL BULLETIN
TUESDAY, JANUAMY 24, 1922 Dumber 88
Know Your Alumni ITiirrunl9
Professor Alfred E. Zimmern, of Oxford University, -England, will speak
dnesday, Jan. 25, upon the subject "Greek Political Thought in Relation
Modern Problems", and Thursday, Jan. 26, upon "The Political Frame-
rk of Economic Policy". Both lectures will be given in the Natural S-
o Building Auditorium at 4:15 p. m. The public is invited.
F. E. ROBBINS.
men's Research Club:
The Women's Research Club will hold an open meeting Tuesday, Jan.
at 7:30 p. m. in room Z231 'Natural Science building.
Speakers:-Miss Wead-Private Printing Presses. Miss Winslow-
lcting in Tennessee, illustrated. ORMA F. BUTLER.
rees in $itory:
Course $, The Colonization of North America, and Course 57, The His-
r of Spain, are continued in the second semester as Courses 56 and 58
pectively Course 56 will be given M., W., F., at 11, in room 403 Library;
tre 58 Tu., Th., at 10, in room 403 Library. A. S. AITON.
ehology 21-Mental Measurements:
Dr. Barrett will meet this class on Thursday, Jan. 26, at 2 p. m. instead
ruesday, Jan. 24. ALBERT M. BARRETT.
The Physics Collojuium will meet at 4:45 p. m. on Tuesday, Jan. 24, in
im 202 Physics. Prof. W F. Colby will speak on "Recent Work on the
ocular Structure of H Cl." All interested are cordially invited to attend.
R. A. SAWYER.
On Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 12:15 sharp, luncheon will be served to mem-
$,of the Club, in the main dining room of the Union.
dents' Publie Recital:
The following otudent' of the University School of Music will take part
he Students' Recital at the School of Music Wednesday evening of this
k at; 7:30 o'clock: Marian Bland, Althea Bird, Mary Louise Maxwell,
; Clark, Evelyn Pace and Normand Lockwood, Pianists; D. Hartley Sin-
r, Josephine Connable, and Katherine Schaible, Violinists; Clarence Post,
la W., Newbury, Violoncellist; Harriet Bush and Richmond Gardner,
ers No admission charge.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
ching Positions in China:
The Bureau of Appointments has received college and high school calls
n Canton, China, to begin September, 1922. Unmarried men are wanted
positions in, physics, econonics, and business administration. Men or
nen are desired for English, mathematics, and modern languages. For
k in the languages only Americans are wanted but for the other depart-
.ts properly qualified Chinese are particularly desired. A teacher for
ral science in the high school is needed. Appointments are made for
e or five years. All persons who'are interested are asked to call at the
e of the Bureau of Appointments, Room 102, Tappan Hall, forfurther
iculars. MAUGAET CAMERON, Secretary.
Light Organ Recital:
Miss Winifred Dickinson will give the following program at the next
tal in this series in Hill Auditorium, Thursday afternoon, at 4:15 o'cl'ock:
ude in E flat major (Bach) , Pastorale from Symphony, No. 2 (Widor);
ice (The Brook) (Dethier); Angelus Du So'r (Bonnet); Marche Russe
iminke). The concert will begin on time and the d6ors will be closed.
ng the performance of numbers. No admission charge.'
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
riean Chmical Society, U. of M. Section:
The next meeting of the local section will be held today, January 24.
w15 p. m. in room 303 of the Chemistry building. Dr. C. C. Meloche will
a paper on the Determination of Bromine in Brines and Mineral Wa-
All interested are cordially invited to attend.
F. E. BARTELL, Chairman.
i School Observation in Spanish:-
Students desiring to elect Spanish 17 (Teachers' Course) next semester
to have the work count in Education should elect the course as Second
Education 4. As such, thel course will involve 20 observations in the
Arbor high school, and a thesis of 3,000 words dealing specifically with
work observed there.
Students not desiring credit in Education are still privileged to elect the
se as Spanish 17. C. 0. DAVIS,
In Charge of High 9chool Observation Work.
I School Observation in Physics:
[nasmuch as a sufficient' number of students have not signified their in-
on to elect Secondary Education 4h (Observation and special methods
Iysics) so as to warrant making ptovision -for observation work in that
ct next semester, the course will be withdrawn.
In Charge of INigh School Observation Work.
Meeting of the Acolytes Tuesday at 8 p. m., in 106 Mason Hall. Profes-
Waterman will speak on "Some Philosophical Aspects of Semitic Wis-
A. C. BENJAMIN.
FRENCH TOUR RECEITED
P r e li minary announcement of
ourses for American students and
eachers in French universities, in-
luding a tour of France, for next
ummer has been receivbd at the of-
ice of President Marion L. Burton.
£he tour is being organized by the
3omite des Voyages D'Etudes en
. rance and will be of 10 weeks' dura-
ion. Three weeks will be devoted to
ravel, six weeks to study at a French,
upiversity, and one week in Paris.
The purpose of the tour is to offer
in opportunity, to American students
nd teachers to study in the French
jchools. A certificate of study will be
conferred on all who successfully
:omplete the course of study. Among
Lhe universities at which work will be
ffered are: Besancon, Dijon, Greno-
Ale, Nancy, Paris and Strasbourg.
.RESH ORCHESTRA TRYOUTS
WILL MEET TOMORROW NGHT
Any freshmen on the campusawho
,)lay orchestra instruments are asked(
.o come at ' o'clock tomorrow night
.o room 308 of the Union to try out
.or the freshman orchestra. Mhartin
.en Hoor, instructor in English in thel
engineering college, will be the
teauer. He has had considerable ex-
,erimeuce in this line of work and whi
.e aided by an abundant supply or
orchestra music which the Union pos-
sesses. Work in the freshman orches-
.ra will serve as a training school for
he Union orchestra.
fACCINATION URGED BY
HEALTH SERVICE STAFF
Students are again reminded that
they shoud report at once to the Uni-
versity Health service for vaccination,
.f they have not at present a good vac-
cination scar. This is urgent because
if a prevailing epidemic of small pox
in several of the Middle Western
states, notably Missouri, Illinois, and
Iowa. The small pox is not only wide-
Fy spread but it, is reported to be of a
malignant nature, and it is predicted
at the Health service that it will soon
:each this vicinity.
'ENSIAN PICTURES MUST BE
IN BY JAN. 2S, SAYS FREY
"All fraternities, sororities and oth-
er organizations must have their pic-
,ures taken by next Saturday, Jan. 28,
*nd the proofs returned to the photo-
;raphers by Jan. 31, if they expect to
get them in the 1922 Michiganensian,"
said James Frey, '22, managing editor,
"Most of the organizations have al-
ready had their pictures taken and
there will be abso'utely no extension
of time," said Frey.
FRENCH 24 WILL BE GIVEN
AS ANNOUNCED IN BULLETIN
Course 28 in French which con-
ssts of the works of Edmond Rost-
and will be given on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 10 o'clock as it was an-
nounced in the University bulletin for
1921-1922. Prof. Moritz Levi will
teach the course for which two hours
credit will be given.-
(By Courtesy of Chimes)
STUDENT CALLS AT-f lTION
DIFFERENCE IN V.tICES
Do you know--
That the famous F. P. A.'s real name
is Franklin Pierce Adams; that he is
one of the most famous colyumnists
in the United States; that he is the au-
thor of "In Other Words," "Weights
and Measures," and other books; that
he was for years the conductor of
the famous . "Conning Tower" In the
New York Tribune and is now with
the World, and finally and most im-
portant, that he attended the Univer--
sity of Michigan as a special student
WOMAN I RAVFLLFR
TO TELL OF EAST
"College Women in the Orient" will
be the subject of an informal talk to
be given by Mrs. Henry Peabody at
7:15 o'clock tomorrow evening in the
blue room at Martha Cook .dormi-
tory. Mrs. Peabody has traveled
around the world, visiting the Oriental
colleges for women and is now tour-
ing with Miss Ellen Fitz Pendeton,
president of Wellesley college, in the
interest of these schools. She comes
here under the auspices of 'the Ameri-
can Association of University Women.
All club and church women of Ann
Arbor and students or other people
interested are invited by the commit-I
tee to attend. Following the meeting
Mrs. Peabody will talk to the guests
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
In view of the fact that there has
been some discussion by various or-
ganizations on the campus concerning
a co-operative store for handling stu-
dent supplies, let me cite one in-
stance that might be of interest to
those interested in such a store.
Last year I purchased a new Ziwet
and Hopkins "Analytic Geometry" for
which I paid $2.25. While at home
last summer I ,questioned my sister,
who is a student at the University of
Buffalo, as to what she had paid for
her new copy of the same book. She
paid only $1.75. Considering that the
book is written by two of our own
professors and is sold by the thou-
sand here, while in Buffalo 200 copies
Is their outside limit, isn't there rea-
son for the cry about Ann Arbor
I am in favor of a "co-op" store
and sincerely hope that one will be
established at Michigan in the neat
Dr. Camp Talks on Psychotherapy
Dr. C. D. Camp, professor of neur-
ology in the Medical school, spoke un-
der the auspices of Alpha Omega Al-
pha, honorary medical fraternity, last
night ini Natural Scien'ce auditorium.
He talked on the history of psycho-
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WHAT'S GOING ON
--J.Hop committee meets at Sped-
Jng's studio for picture.
0-J-Hop committee meets at Un-,
5-American Chemical soclety, U.
,f M. section, meets in room 303 of
0-Chimes business staff meets in
0-Varsity Mandolin club rehears-
I at Union.
O-Whimsies staff meets in room
D1 of University hall.
5-Sigma Delta Chi meets at Un.
9-Adelphl House of Representa-
ves meets in University hall. Elec-
on of officers.
--Underclass conduct committee
ets at Union.
-Spotlight vaudeville in Hill an-
-Cercle Francais meets in room
3, south wing of University hall.
---Acolytes meet in room 106 of
4:15-Prof. Alfred E. Zimmern speaks
in Natural Science auditorium.
7:00-Tryouts for 'freshman orchestra
meet in room 308 of Union.
7:00-Varsity band practice in Uni-
7:30-A. I. E. E. meets in Natural
7:30-Quarterdeck meets in room 302
7:30-Players club presents two plays
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall. 4
7:30-Advanced students' recital at
School of Music.
7:30-University post, No. 303, meets
,at Union, regards bonus legislation
Tryouts for the annual French play
will be held today from 4 to 5 and 7
to 8 o'clock in room 202, south wing,
of University halI. All French stu-
dents are eligibile.
The joint meeting of the A. I. E. E.
with the Detroit-Ann Arbor section
tomorrow in the Natural Science au-
ditorium will be addressed by R. C.
Loughhead. His subject will be "The
Relation of the Eelectrical Engineer
to Fire Prevention and, Fire Pro-
tection." The public is invited.
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SDAY Student Christian association gave its
luncheon at Cham- opening reception for freshmen. Each
Inn. man chose a lady partner and enter-
b meets. at Sped. tained with., the following games:
icture. Grand march, pencil portraits, conun-
of. F. N. Scott on drums, "Simon says thumbs up," and,
eech" in room 162 fortunes. Lemonade and wafers were
3 building, served.
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