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OFFICIAL BULLE'

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ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all mem
University. Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Sat

Volume 3

FRIDA,Y OCTOBER 20, 1922

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University Lecture:
The Hon. Philip Henry Kerr, formerly editor of The Round
secretary to the Rt. Hon. David Lloyd George. will deliver a
lecture upon "Some Present Intdrnational Problems" Friday, Oct
4:15 p. m., in Room B, Law building. The public is cordially invi
F. E. RO
Teachers of Students in Engineering and Architecture:
You are requested to file in the office of the Secretary of the
an official class list of each of your classes on Monday, Oct.2
will be mailed you and may be obtained in the office.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Sec
University Library Sunday Service:
The Main Reading Room and the Periodical Room only ar
Sunday from 2 to 9 p. m. Books desired for Sunday use, which
narily shelved in other parts of the building, will be reserved in
Reading Room Saturday evening for use on Sunday upon a p
,quest presented/at the desk where such books are usually drawn
WM. W. BISHOP, Lib

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Associaton Asks WARTHIN TO GIVE MICHIGAN
STATE LECTURES COLORS
Aid For Children CO10
abers of Dr A. S Warthin of the Medical
turday.) Mrs. Mable Hardwick, experienced school has several lecture trips sched-
uled for the early part of November.
tber 23 in welfare activities, and having re- On No the wily i n KaNma-
cently completed a four years' course zoo on "Gardening and Health." The
in scientific and extensive case work night of Nov. 11 he will speak at
Table and at the Little Wanderers' Home, in Benton Harbor on "Hygiene andi+
University -' Moaitr
Unversi, t Boston, has been put in charge of the Morality."IL A
ober 20, at Michigan Children's Aid Society. This The next afternoon he will appear
ted.
BBINS. society provides an opportunity for before the Kiwanis club of Benton
happiness to the child and insures a Harbor speaking on "Gland Trans-
better citizen to the state. The local plantations". That same night he will
;se collegeswork of the Michigan Children's Aid go to Hartford where he will again
23. Blanks Society has been carried on for five talk on "Hygiene and Morality".
years. It began by taking from the
retary.ospital, infants for whom foster "PRETTY FRESHMEN!"
homes had to be found and placing
such infants for adoption, or for care, EXCLAIMS EDUCATOR I

AN BLANKET
would look mighty good at
COL UM BUS ON SATU RDAY
COLUBS $1000 at
UNIVERSITYS
BOOKSTORE
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rarian.

TohUTe following arrangements for special accommodations for University
women expecting to attend the 0. S. U. game have been announced. All
of these trains are over the Ann Arbor and Pennsylvania Railroad:
The first three coaches of the night train to Columbus, leaving Ann Ar-
bor Friday at 11 p. m., Central time, will be exclusively for University
women.
The third section of the morning train for Columbus, leaving Ann, Ar-
bor at 6 a. m., Central time, will be reserved entirely for University Women.
The first section of the evening train, leaving Columbus at 6:30 p. in.,
Central time, will be exclusively for University women.
JEAN HAMILTON, Dean of Women.
Scholarly Publications by Faculty:
Members of the faculties are asked to send lists of their scholarly pub-
lications, July 1, 1920, to June 30, 1922, to the office of the Graduate School
NOT LATER THAN NOON ON SATURDAY NOV. 4. Lists should be com-
plete as to all information called for following the form here given, books
being given first, then articles, and both being in chronological order:
Doe, John A.
New theories about the elements. A. Bookmaker and Co. New York,
1921. xi, 301 p. 10 pls.
What I have found about it.. (With James Smith) Am. J. Sci., 1921,
v 50, p. 21-100, 3 figs.I
Lists should be typewritten. Blanks, in letter size, may be had at theI
office. ALFRED H. LLOYD.
R. 0. T. C.:
R. O. T. C. Rifle Firing Friday afternoon. Truck will start from office at
2 p. m. This course is open to any male student at the University.
ROBERT ARTHUR, Major, C. A. C.
Aero Blie Books and Reports:f
There is a considerable number of blue books and reports in my office
left over from the preceding semester. The owners are requested to call for
them before Nov. 1, after that date they will be destroyed.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
Faculty Women's Club:
The meeting of the Dramatic Section scheduled for Friday, Oct. 20, hasj
been indefinitely postponed.
MRS. ULRICH PHILLIPS, Chairman.-
Rehearsal of "Much Ado About Nothings":
Members of the cast will meet me at 8 o'clock sharp, Monday evening,
Oct. 23, in University Hall. Each member should bring a marked copy of
the play. Students in Public Speaking 14 and 14e are invited to attend this
meeting. It is imperative that every member of the cast be present.
R. D. F. HOLLISTER.
School of Education Students:
The general rules for Attendance in the College of Literature, Science,
and the Arts obtain also iti the School of Education. All vomen will report
at the Registrarls Office,. University Hall, Monday and Thursday, 11 to
12:15. All men enrolled in this School will report at the Office of the School
of Education, Thursday 11 to 12 andThursday 4 to 5.
A. S. WHITNEY.

in boarding 'homes. It is interesting
to note that there are more requests
for the adoption of normal, healthy
infants than can be met. During the
past year this welfare society handled
as many as seventy-six children in a
month, and ninety-six were received
for temporary aid.
One may ask, "What is done with
children whose parents wish to keep
them, but because of economic condi-
tions, the mother as well as the fath-
er is compelled to work outside of
the home? The Day Nursery is the
solution of such a problem. Here the!
busy mother may leave her small chil-
dren for the day to romp and play!
safely in clean surroundings until
she calls for them after her day's
work.
These organizations will ask for fi-
nancial aid in the November drive of'
the Community Fund association.

Evanston, Ill., Oct. 18.-College boys
are becoming better looking each
year, Prof. L. G. Kranz, director ofi
physical education of Northwestern
university, declared today in summar-
izing of 300 freshmen of the univer-
sity.
Professor Kranz attributed this ad-
vancement in, beauty to the new plan
adopted almost universally in high
schools of giving students two years
of health training.
Improvements in physical condition
of students since the institution of
health training in high schools, as
noted by Professor Kranz, are clear-
er skin, greater interest in health ed-
ucation, better carriage and posture
and greater interesg in athletics.
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(By Associated Press)
Bucharest, Roumania, Oct. 18.- New Y. W: C. A. members were rec-
Five hundred persons were released ognized yesterday afternoon at an im-
from jail today after being confined pressive candle light service held at
during the three days of festivity that the Congregational church. Cabinetj
followed the cooronation of King Fer- members, dressed in- white and carry-1
dinand and Queen Marie. Every one ing lighted candles, opened the serv-
of whom the olice had the slightest ice by singing a processional hymn.
suspicion was locked up during the After devotion, led by Miss Mary
period of, celebration. Not even in Ross, general secretary, and a short
Russia in the days when czars ap- address by the president, Margaret
peared befor the public were such Whyte, '23, the candle light ceremony
stringent precautions taken against was carried out. The association light
assassination of those who surround- of service was symbolized by the
ed the Roumanian king and queen flame of a large candle which was
during the coronation ceremonies used by the cabinet members to light,
over.thesmaller candles of the new mem-
just bers. A Litany of consecration closed
Flint May Open Branch Librales the service.
Flint, Oct. 18.-Plans for extension
of the Flint public library by means When yo'u want something, try a
of branch libraries in several parts "Daily" classified ad. It will help
of the city are being considered by you.-AdV.
school and library association offi-
vials. Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

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Going to the Game? Then do not Forget
Better slip a pair of Fownes' to take along one of those
Buck Gloves in your pocket soft, warm Angora Reefers
for that cold wind will nip which we are showing such
your fingers if you don't! a large assortment of this
OR if you had rather have an eason
unlined Mocha or Fur-lined___
we have them also-the
Wool-lined as low as $3.00
tepair.
Sec the Nem Pcadil Buckski An n A
r ~at A ,.-OPN
$3 and $3.50 STATE AT VILLIAM STREET
Celebrated Glove,"

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WHAT'S GOING ON

NOTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5 :; 1 d ock o
the day before pulJitlIon.
4:I5-Pidti' Ir rr sdk- .to 1C gener-
al puhiik in Il ,I. Lav building,
oi "Some lalle lnt.rnational Pro-
ts:R "01 c Chemistry
7 :3(0-Ai;~ia rM m i , fot floor,
University !'a .
7:0-Upper ocm ibl ci:s meets
in Lane hall.
S00-Douglas Mcdo ii ihe "Rookies
Return" at Weslay hall.
U-NOTICES
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.
Members of the senior class of the
School of Education must pay their
dues today 'in order to insure reser-
vation of space in the 'Ensian for
their pictures. Call from 2-12 and
1-3 o'clock in Tappan hall.
Westerners Club postponed to Wed-
nesday, November 1. Fred F. Wy-
man, Pres. Westerners' Club.
Detroit Students' Dinner Postponed
The dinner of the Detroit students
who are at Michigan, which was to
have been held at the Union last ev-
ening was postponed on account of
the O. S. U. pep meeting. The ban-
quet will be held early next month.
All students who are attending Michi-
gan and who are residents of Detroit
are asked to watch for the announce-
ment of the date.
Let a "Daily" classified ad rent that
vacant room for you.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

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Oct. 23

THE MOST MILLIFLUOUS OF ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES

Sue

Dear

COMING TO US
DIRECT FROM ITS FOUR MONTHS' SUCCESSFUL RUN AT THE
TIMES SQUARE THEATER, N. Y.

With Its Own Original Production
Virginia O'Brien . George Sweet
Bradford Kirkbride Bobbie O'Neil
Alice Cavenaugh Berta Donn

and Splendid Cast, Including
John Hendricks
Madeline Grey
Peppy Albrew

And the Same Perfect, Jovial Bevy of Songstresses that Helped Make
Sue Dear the Pronounced Lyrical Comedy Hit.

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