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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL, BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Volume 8 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1922 Number 15
President and Mrs. Burton will be at home from 4 to 6 o'clock, Wednes-
[ay afternoon, Oct. 11. The full professors who have joined the University
'aculties this fall, and their wives, will receive with them.
President and Mrs. Burton desire to announce that although they will
ontinue the custom of "at homes" at the President's hoise, it will not be
ossible to adhere to a fixed schedule, but public announcement will be
nade from time to time as they occur.

the Deans:
There 'will be no conference of the Deans today.

M. L. BURTON.

JournalIsm 33 and 39:
The classes in Journalism 33 and 39 will not meet Wednesday after-
noon. E. G. BURROWS.
French 8 Tues. and Thurs. at 10:00:
Mr. Carry's section of French 8 whic meets Tues. and Thurs. at 10:00
will take Lesson 1 entire, Martin & Russell's "At West Point" for Thurs.
WARNER F. PATTERSON.
English Department:
The English Department will meet at the Union for luncheon on Thurs-
day, Oct. 12, at 12:10 o'clock.
W. R. HUMPHREYS.
Ohio State-Michigan Game:
The tickets fi the Ohio State-Michigan football game are being dis-
tributed to alumni and students on an equal basis, i. e., each section is
divided, half to 'students and half to alumni. In order that all orders received
by Thursday evening, 6 o'clock, Oct. 12, may be filled, all alumni and stu-
dent orders received after that date will be treated alike. Students desiring
tickets will receive better seats by placing their orders before 6 o'clock
Thursday evening, Oct. 12. After that time student preference ceases.
FIELDING H. YOST,
Director, Intercollegiate Athletics.
Players Club:
The treasurer will be in the lower corridor of University Hall to col-
lect dues this afternoon from 2 to 5. Old members may join at that time
and any others who wish to take active part in the club. Professor Cow-
den will meet members who are interested in writing plays Thursday at 4
in room-202 West Hall. R. S. TUBBS, Pres.
Quadrangle:
First meeting of Quadrangle Wednesday at 8 p. m. John R. Adams will
talk on "The Summer of 1922, in Germany."
L. J. CARR.

HUMPHREYS MAKES
STAND ON ABSENCE
All absences of students in the lit-
erary college must be excused not lat-
er than two weeks after the date of
the absences or they will be marked
down as unexcused absences accord-
ing to Prof. W. R. Humphreys, assist-
ant dean of the literary colege. The
committee on absences in this school
meets from 1:30 to 2:30 o'clock on
Tuesdays and 3:30 to 4:30 on Thurs-
days for men and from 11 to 12:15 on
Mondays, and from 3:30 to 4:30 on
Thursdays for women. Both commit-
tees meet in the office of the Regis-
trar, University Hall.
"Each year," said Dean Humphreys,
"many students get the idea that a
certain number of unexcusedabsences
are permitted by the committee. Such
an idea is false since by taking too
many bolts a student is liable to pun-
ishment in one of two ways. Either
his instructors from whose classes he
has been absent, may take from his
grade a certain percent, or if the ti-
tal number of cuts in classes is in ex-
cess of 'what it should be, the student
may be sent a verbal warning which
prohibits his participation in any cam-
pus activities-simply proclaiming him
ineligible. No notice to this effect is
sent to the parents or guardians of
the students, however.
"There 'is no set rule either as to
the number of unexcused absences
permitted or as to the punishment for
those who have unexcused absences
in excess. Each case is decided upon
its own merits."
ENTERTAINMENTS hONORING
DEAN HAMILTON TO BE GIVEN

Greatest Hero Of
All World Series
Sees 1922 Clash

CORRECTION
It was announced erroneously
in yesterday's Daily, that a re-
ception for "members of the Uni-
versity" wvould.. be held at the
President's house tomorrow. The
reception is for faculty members
and townspeople. Student re-
ceptions will be held later in the
year.

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Christy Mathewson, snapped in the
press box at the world's series.
"Big Six" Mathewson, greatest pitch-
er of all time and the super star of
world's series history, is watching
this year's games in New York as a
spectator and scribe-his first glimpse
of a real game in three years. He re-
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WHAT'S GOING ON
NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by i :30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Tryouts for the plays to be pro-
duced by the class In play produc-
tion in University Hall from 4:00 till
6:00.
7:30-Boxing Club neeting in Union.
8:00-American Legion meeting in
Union.
8:00-11 Circolo Iltaliano meets in
Circle Francais' room, S. W. of Uni-
versity Hall. Officers to be elected;
both old and new members are re-
quested to attend.
THURSDAY
5:00--Entire Miehlganian staff meet-
ing in Press building.
7:00--Girl Reserve leaders meeting,
Newberry, Hall-
7:00-R. 0. T. C. band practice, New-
berry Hall.
7:15-Sigma Delta Cli meets in Un-
ion.
7:15-La Sociedad Hispanica meets
in room 205 University Hall.
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in,
reading room, Union. Election of
officers.
7:30-Sigma Delta Chi meets in room
306 of the Union.
The maanagemet (i th University
School of Hu c mrn nces that the
number of or'-; fo Choral Union
concert tick s ixhca ben so great
that the (rt,- "(, ".r"--t of seats in
Block A and B r$1 an(I ?''5 tickets)
hasbeen exhau str1. N,)more or-
ders will be rccei"ved at these Prices.
There is still opportunity to secure
tickets in Block C end 0 ton bal-
cony) at, $4.50 and. $5 and such or-.
ders will be rece ved until further
notice.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, all tickets not
ordered by mail, if there are any
left, will be placed on public sale
at the School of Music.
For the Extra concert series tickets
may still be ordered in all four
blocks at $2, $3, $4, and $5 each.
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-

orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
Press club luncheon tickets will be
on sale Tuesday at Women's League
booth, University Hall, and at Mich-
igan Union desk. Luncheon at 6:05,'
with music. Members who cannot
attend luncheon are urged to attend
club meeting to follow at 6:45.
Sigma Delta Chi meeting, scheduled
for Tuesday evening, has been post-'
poned to 7:30 Thursday evening in
Union.
MAJESTIC THEATER TO GIVE
REPORTS ON SATURDAY GAME'
Detailed reports of the Michigan-
Vanderbilt game will be given out
at the Majestic theater, Saturday, ac-
cording to an, arrangement made by
the management. A miniature grid-
iron has bin constructed with a
moving football to show the line of
-scrimmage. Play by play returns
are to be shown on this field with an-
nouncements of downs, ball, to gain,
and score. Each play will be called
out 75 seconds after it happens at
Vanderbilt.
After and previous to the reports,
the regular moving picture will be'
shown. The admission charge is 25
cents for any seat in the house.
Men's Educational Club Makes Plans
At the first meeting of the year of
the Men's Educational club, held Mon-
day night at the Union, plans were
formulated for the coming year.
Organized several years ago, th,
club has as its purposes, the foster-
ing of acquaintance among men in-
terested in educational work, the
bringing together of students and fac-
ulty in the Educational school, and
the providing of means for the dis-
cussion of problems pertaining to the
public schools.
Meetings for such discussion will be
held at regular intervals throughout
the school year.
TRACI1 MANAGER TRYOUTS
Tryouts for track manager
are requested. to report at Wa-
terman Gym between (ne and
five o'clock on any aftel noon.
Shower bath and a swim for non-
members, thirty-five cents at the
Y. M. C. A.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

Dean Jean Hamilton will be the dinj
ner guest tonight of the members of
the Gamma Phi Beta sorority.
The University Health service will
entertain Miss Hamilon at luncheon'
tomorrow at which time she will also
look over arrangements for the infirm-
ary.
Miss Hamilton will be entertained
at dinner tomorrow night at the Mar-
tha Cook dormitory.
INTRAMURAL NOTICE
On account of the unfavorable
weather apd class elections, the in-
ter-fraternity speed ball contests
which were scheduled for Tuesday af-
ternoon, will be played Thursday af-
ternoon. The rest of the schedule as
announced will remain unchanged un-
til further notice.

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