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November 11, 1922 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-11

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IMUlps Scholarshilps:
Examinations for Phillips Scholarships for the year 193224923 will be
held as f6111Ws:
(Greek; 8 p. in., F'riday, Nov..17, Room 118S Tappan Hall.
Latin,,9 a. mn, Saturday, -Nov. 18, Room 108 Tappan Hall.
Card 4 tes must hand in their names at Dean Effinger's office inimedi-
itely. Previouis folders. of these scholarships who wish to" apply for a re-
newal shoul1d present their names in the same way. The conditions under
which the gcolarships are Pawarded are described ,in the University Cata-
lo i4, t..I 7.-Il

NiOTCE--Copy for this column sbould Wsenr lbfl ac ilb
besbitdb{~3 'lc held Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Pack-1
the day before 1mblle.tiln. ard academy. Tickets may be re-
served now by calling C. F. Gallo-,
SATURNDLY way, 2593-R.
3:15 an m,-Early morning ike of thec Freshman basketball candidates re.
Baptit Students' guild. port in gymnasium, Monday night
2:00-VYarsit~y banid meets at BflyboAi._ at 8:30 o'clock. Bring own equip-
gymnasium. Bring racks, full unli- ment. Men out for football, report
form without capes. at close of season.
4:00-Open hou1se for all ex-service fVeteran s of Foreign W ars *wilwll as-
imen and women at Betsy Barbour semble for 'Ensian picture at 1:45-
lornitor;. o'clock, Saturday, Nov. 11, Alumni
i :00-Upper Room Bible clasp; mewi'; ; Memorial hail, rain or shine. Wear
in Lane hall.
7 :30-Dr. Ida S. Scudder, noted med.- uniforms.
ical worker from India, speaks to Fir lst reading of las lgarras' Hormi-
the Student Volunteer group, Wes- gas in room 205, University hall,;
ley all.Saturday at 9 o'clock. All members
le al :30 -Craftsmn .4i meet In IMasonic of provisional cast of Spanish play]
temple.reque~ted to come.
3:00-Moylielit Wesley hull, "At the Freshmen literary students :wil ;yotoa
Sign of the Jack O'Lantern." on class officers on Monday from 9'
to -3.and at the sametime be1i Iven

Fi'o~pectire Tea~iersSeniors and Graduate Students:
Trho bureau of Appointments will hold its annual enrolment for the
year, Tuesda~y, Nov. 14, at '4 o'clock in the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All
those. whzo estro teaehing positions for February or September should en-
vol at this t$ikn. RIegistration at the time of the regular enrolment is free,
but a f04 of one dolar is required for late registration.
EX"Servl e M. Reid Woment
T)4 re-dei ts. of Betas Barbour House will have open house for all ex-,
service wen and women, Armistice Day, Nov 11, from 4 to G o'clock.
Faculty Concert:
The next concert in the. series of complimentary Faculty Twilight Re-
citals',will 'takle place in' Hill Auditorium' Sunday 'afternoon at 4:15 when
the u'nversity Symphoniy Orchestra, S. P. Lockwood, conductor, will make
its first.ppearaflce. Soloists for the Orchestra will be Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
hlau. Wheeler, tenor and soprano,- and Mr. Nicholas Falcone, clarinetist.
The folowing program will, be given:
Oyerttre, "Meeresstille and luck-lithe Fahrt", Op. 27 (Mendelssohn) ;
Concertino. for Clarinet, Op.,26 (Weber); Serenade for Strings, 01). 20 (Ed-
gar),;.04t te, orchestrated by Albert Lockwood,. (Gluck-Brahms) ; Praelu-
Iium,. F njor (Jaernefelt) ; Duet Faust and Marg erite, from "Faust". Act
11 (Gounod).; Overture, Scherzo and Finale, Op. 52 (Schumann).
' CHARLES A., SINK, Secretary.
$thdents' Takluj' ngineering Drawing 1:
*.The wwle Nov. 13, to- 20 will be the first consolidation week of the Semes-
ter.. .Drawing .Plate 7 any ounced as due Nov. 13 will be due, the third period
q~ cppsolidit1on week. The week Nov. 20. to 27 will be Weep S. Home plates
and '84 andu Drawing Plate. 8 wil be due in Week 8. 4T_.,__-T

9:00--Bible discussion group at Ilni'
ris hall. Conducted by Professor
ITilled .
9:10-Student Bible classes meet at
Congregational church.
9 :30-The University Men's Bible class
I meets, in Lane. hall.
12:03-Congregational Open Forum.
Mrs. Ida. Scudder speaks.
12:00-Prof. IV. 1). Henderson speaks
at Presbyterian church.
12:00-Baptist guild meet's in Guild!
:3:00-Hindustan club meets in Lana
4 :15-University Symphony orchestra
plays at Twilight recital.
5 :0-Presbyterian Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets. Social hour.
0:00-Hobart guild 'supper at Hiajrif.
hall. Miss Isla Scudder speaks.
6:.30-L'resbyi'eriani Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets.
6:130-Dr. Ida S: Scudder speaks at
Firs , Baptist church.
6 :30-Student Fireside chat at Con-
gregational church.
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