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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\

AlLY OFFICIA BL ULLETI
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1922

Number 41

Communitetions for the Board of Regents:
The next meeting of the Board of Regents will be held Friday, Novem-
time, must be received at the President's Office before 5 p. m. Thursday,
Nov. 16. No communications received later than this time will be presented.
M. L. BURTON.
Phillips Scholarships:
Examinations for Phillips Scholarships for the year 1922-1923 will be
held as follows: ,
Greek, 3 p. in., Friday, Nov. 17, Room 108 Tappan Hall.
Latin, 9 a. m., Saturday, Nov. 18, Room 108 Tappan Hall.
Candidates must hand in their names at Dean Effinger's office immedi-
ately. Previous holders of these scholarships who wish to apply for a re-
newal should present their names in the same way. The conditions under
which the scholarships are awarded are described in the University Cata-
logue, P. 117-118.
M. L. BURTON,
J..R. EFFINGER,
F. W. KELSEY,
CAMPBELL BONNER,
Committee in Charge.
To All Who Are Concerned in the Preparation of the Budget:
This announcement is intended for all who are concerned in the prepa-
ration of the budget and is directed particularly to Deans, Directors, Super-
intendents and other officers who submit portions of the budget to the Pres-
ident.
At the meeting of the Board of Regents held on Oct. 28, 1921, the fol-
lowing procedure fo preparing the budget was approved:
The principles which underlie the entire process involved in the
prej!,.ration of the budget are two in number.
L The Board of Regents is the final authority both in determin-
ing the main outlines of the budget and in making official commit-
ments in, regard to every detail. Consequently the submission of rec-
ommendations by heads of departments, Deans of schools or colleges,
or by the President in no way creates obligations. The inference,
frequently drawn, that a recommendation is a final assurance of fav-
orable action, or the building of false hopes upon possibilities sug-
gested in the various steos necessary in the making of a budget is en-
tirely inconsistent with this principle and is to be discouraged In
every possible way..
In exercising its 'authority in this matter, the Board of Regents
will function through two committees known as the Finance (or Bud-
get) Committee and the Committee on Salaries. It is the duty of the
Finance Committee to see that the budg'et is prepared and submitted
for final approval by the full Board. is the duty of the Salaries Com-
mittees to give its attention to the salary scale as a whole and its spe-
cifle application to all members of the entire faculty and staff. Its rec-
ommendations are to be incorporated in the budget before it goes to the
Finance Committee for final consideration and recommendation.
2. The Board of Regents at all times will endeavor to avail it-
self of the intimate and detailed knowledge of the various officers of
the University. It is to be presumed that in general this information,
at 'first, "is available in the actual recommendations of the various
adminstrative officers. In case It becomes necessary to make reduc-
tions in salarias or in other items the Regents, functioning through
the comniittee named, will return the recommendations to the offi-
cers concerned 'with a definite announcement of the total amount which
nust be eliminated and with the request that new recommendations
Within .the prescribed limitation be submitted. Under this principle
the Board of Regents aims to have at its disposal the best information
and judgment of the educational officers both in the original recom..
mondations and in the final proposals. The Board will aim to allow
ample time for each of these steps. It is to be hoped that the method
now outlined will make it unnecessary, as a general rule, to return rec-
oinaendations for reformulation.
In accordance with these two principles, it is suggested that the
. but.*t be prepared in the following manner:
1. The President of the University on December 1 of each year
khall comtnuiicate with eBich Dean, Director, Superintendenu and
Officer involved in the preparation of the budget requesting a general
statement in regard to the main features of his unit. This request
shall not call for the actual recommendations of the budget. The aim
will be to discover (1) what economies can be effected by discontinu-
ance of existing activities and (2) what expansions seem absolutely
essential in view of new facts and developments. This information will
be utilized in connection with step 3 described below and should be
presented to the Regents for the December meeting.
2. The Secretary of the University, for the December meeting of
the Board, shall. present a statement of. the estimated income of the
University for the succeeding fiscal year, pointing out any pertinent
S spects of the financial situation of the University which should be
considered in determining the limits of the new budget.
3, In the light of this information, the Board of Regents at its
December meeting upon the recommendation of th'I Finance Commi.
tee, shall determine officially the income of the University and the
grand total of the new budget. It shall also determine tentatively the
maximum allotments which shall be available for each School or Col-
lege or similar Unit of the University and. authorize the President. to
accordance with the main outlines thus established.
4. 'The first draft of the new budget shall be presented at- the
January 'meeting of the Board. The Salaries Committee shall meet
prior to the meeting of the Board and give ample time to the consid-
eration' of the entire salary situation. The Finan I Committee shall
be prepared at the January meeting to make its recommendations in the
light of the decisions of the Salaries Committee and to point out both
in principle and in detail what subjects deserve further consideration
and investigation.
5. The recommendations of the various units,. wherever it is nec-
essary, shall be returned for revision in accordance with decisions
made by the -Regents at the January meeting.
6. The final budget for' actual adoption shall be presented by the
Finance Committee at the February meeting of the Board.
The December meeting of the Board of Regents this year will occur on
Dec. 2. It will therefore be necessary to have in hand on Dec. 10, the state-
ments called Yor in paragraph 1 of section II above. Accordingly, I desire,
hereby, .offlcially to request those who are concerned to transmit to me the

statements required. I shall expect to confer personally with each officer
before his final conclusions are reached and shall be available for inter-
views between Nov. 20 and Dec. 6.
M. L. BURTON.
R. 0. T. C. Band:.
The regular rehealYsal will be held Tuesday at 7 p. m. in Newberry Hall.
No rehearsal Thursday. FREDERIC W. HOORN,
Capt. S. C., D. O. L.
Prospective Teachers, Seniors and Graduate Students:
The Bureau of Appointments will hold its annual enrolment for the
year, Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 4 o'clock in the auditorium of Newberry Hall. All
those who desire teaching positions for February or September should en-
rol at this time. Registration at the time of the regular enrolment is free,
but a fee of one dollar is required for late registration.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.

Cancer lWeek Health Lecture:
As part of a national campaign, Dr. Reuben Peterson will deliver an
address in the Medical Dailding at 7:30 p. m., Nov. 16, upon the title, 'Some
Facts About Cancer: A Preventable Disease." The public is invited.
WARREN E. FORSYTHE.
Senior Engineers:
Assembly will be held Tuesday, Nov. 14, at 11 o'clock, in Room 348.
This is a highly important meeting and every member is urged to be pres-
ent. Committees will be announced, the \Lveral class activities of the year
will be / scussed, and certain suggestions for the benefit of the organi-
zation will be brought up for consideration. No address.
W. C. HOAD, Class Mentor.
Physical Colloquium:
"Recent Advances in the Infra. Red," Part I by Professors Sleator,
Barlier and Mr. Phelps, on Tuesday Nov. 14, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 202 Physi-
cal Laboratory. All interested are invited to come.
H. M. RANDALL.
Mathematical Club:
A. regular meeting will be held this evening, at 8 o'clock, in Room 401
Mason Hall. Prof. L. J. Hopkins will present "Further Studies in Asteroid
Motion of Type 2-1." Prof. J. W. Bradshaw will present Graphical Solution
of Spherical Triangles." Graduate students and members of the Faculty are
invited. W. W. DENTON, Secretary.
Aerrlytes:
Acolytes will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, at 8 p. m. in room 106
Mason Th1. Tere will be a symposium on "The Nature of the Aesthetic
Experience". H. D. ROELOFS, Arch-Acolyte.
Twilight Organ Reeltal:
Miss Helen Schaefer of Detroit, guest so' l st, will give the following
organ progam in Hill Auditorium Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock.
Allegro Maestoso (Edward Elgar); Intermezzo (Callaerts); Sonata in
D minor, Chorale, Four Variations, Fughetta, Finale (Andante) (Mendels-
sohn); Intermezzo from Sixth Syphony (Widor); Valse Triste (Sibelius);
Finale in C minor (Baldwin).
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

would be, while Southern California the students and citizens of the Twin pected to be one of the finest In the
defeated Stanford 6 to 0. cities, and is meeting huge success. country.
- All of the money solicited will go for
LEACOCK DOES NOT FAVOR j the construction of the Illini football Have YOU signed your LEAGUE
ANY PLAN OF CO-EDUCATION stadium which, when completed, is ex- pledge?-'Adv.
Columbus, 0., Nov. 13.--"Co-educa-
tion is at best only a second rate, a
substitute for an ideal method of high- THE THE
er education. Young men and women
would do better if they each had large SIN FLOOD S111FLUOD
schools of their own," said Stephen me k C I
Leacock here last week in a lecture I C N IS VVEiRU
on "What I don't know about Litera- THURSDAY - SATURDAY .a
ture and Drama."
Illnois Stadium Drive Successful S N oF the
Campaign, Ill., Nov. 1.3.-More than
$90,000 h-as been realized in the drive
here for money to build Illinois new
football stadium. The drive is being
carried on by teams working among

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Students' Recital:
Students of the University School of Music will appear in a public re-
cital at the School of Music, Wednesday a t8 p. m. The program is as
'follows:
La Filense (Raff), Robert Henderson; Norse Maiden's Lament (Heck-
; scher), The Night Wind (Farley), Wake Up! (Phillips) Wilma Demuth;
Prelude and. Fugue No. 1 (Bach) Marguerite Shattuck; The Street Organ
(Sibella), O Mariner, Mariner (Gentanini), When you are Singing (Tirin-
delli) Marguerite Bragg; Sonata Op. 13 (Beethoven) Mary McEachron;
'Concerto, D major (First Movement) (Mozart), George Clancy; Reflections in
the Water (Debussy) Donna Esselstyn.; None but the Lonejy Heart (Tschai-
kowsky), Gloria (Peccia) Genevieve Peoples; Liebestraumn (Liszt) Frances
Adams.f

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WIIAT'S GOING ON
1OTICE-Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of;
the day before publication.
TUESDAY
II:00-Senior engIneers meet in rooni
348, Engineering building.,
5 :00-himes business staff and try-
outs meet in Press building.
7:00-All members of Varsity Glee3
club who are to take part in the
falltconcert meet at Hill auditorium
foi' rehearsal.l
7 :3t-Sophomore engineer smoker inI
upper reading room, Union.
7:15-Mt. Clemens club meets in room
325, Union.
WEDNESDAY
4:00-OpeI house at Harris hall. All
Episcopal students invited.
4:15-Special business meeting of
Alpha Nu.
4:1i--Organ Twilight recital in Hill
auditorium. Miss Helen J. Schaefer
will appear as guest soloist.
3 30-Order of De Moley meets in
Harris hall.
8:00-Student recital in auditorium of
School of Music.
l-NOTI CE
There is an exhibition of the paint-
After reading the article which ap-
peared in the Sunday morning's issue
of The Daily regarding the flower
sliow, signed by the officers of the
Michigan State Florists society deny-
ing the article which appeared in Fri-
day evening's issue of The Times
News, the local florists whose names
were signed to this article wish to I
make a further statement to the gen-
eral public.
A special meeting of the officers was
called early Saturday morning, and af-
ter hearing one side of the story, they
authorized this article which appear.
ed in The Daily and which was also, f
to have appeared in The Times Newsi
Afterward a thorough investigation
was conducted by the President, Mr.
S. W. Coggan, of Battle Creek, and he
regretted the authorization. He also
told these florists by all means to stop
the article if possible from going to
press as he was thoroughly convinced
that the local florists were perfectly
justified in their accusations.
Following is a telegram received by
The Times News from the President oi
the Michigan State Florists Society
verifying this statement:
The Times News,
Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Do not publish item requested by
Blue Maize Shop over the signature of
the board of directors of the Michigan
State Florists' Association. By order
of S. W. Coggan, President.
Signed, S W. COGGAN.
Flanders For Flowers.
Goodhew Floral Co.
Riverside Greenhouse Co.
-.Adv.

ings of Nicolas Roerich, noted Rus-
sian artist, daily in the West Gallery
of Alumni Memorial hall. This col-
lection is placed on display under{
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art
association.
TWO FAVORED TEAMS GO DOWN
IN DEFEAT LAST. SATURDAY
(Continued from Page Six)
ning its intersectional battle with Mc-
Gill 32 to 0.
In the south Centre handed Wash-
ington and Lee a bitter 27 to 6 pill,
Georgia Tech exhibited a comeback
after assimilating a beating at the
hands of Notre Dame last week and
gained a 10 to 7 verdict over George-
town, while McGugin's Vanderbilt;
team walloped Kentucky 9 to 0.
Califronia almost clinched the Pa-
cific coast title by smothering Wash-'
ington -45 to-7, after Coach. Andy
Smith, of the Bears had madeadvance
predictions as to how hard the gaine

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tessor Thomas Whittemore, the American Director of the Egypt Ex-
an Society, will give an illustrated lecture in Room D of Alumni Me-
Hall on Tuesday, November 14, at 4:15 P. M. Subject: Recent Exca-
of the Egypt Exploration Society at Tell El Amarna. The public is
y invited, LEROY WATERMAN.
h C1gb:
, regular meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
at 8 p. m. in the Histological Laboratory. The following papers
presented:
lton and the Art of Love," by Professor J. H. Hanford.
e Growth of Mountains on the Borders of the Pacific," by Professor
3obbs.

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