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ty. Copy received until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i5, 1922 Number 45

be no conference of the Deans today.

M. L. BURTON.

ud Sophomoes:
h te usual custom and with the consent of the Deans of their
lleges, Freshmen and Sophomores in the Literary College and
ngltieering and Architecture will be excused from classes on
irning, November 18th, in order to participate in the annual
mtests. M. L. BURTON.
lembrs Please Note:
ents, Jan. 10, 1919, established a plan of annuity to replace the
e pension plan not available for any teacher entering the
lNov. 17, 1915. This annuity plan will furnish support for
r retiring after reaching the age limit, or when necessi-
bi1ity. The dependence of a fixed retirement-age limit upon a
tirinig allowances necessitates making participation in the
e, condition 6f membership in the University Faculty, as, stated
50tsity and the' Faculty member contribute equally to the carry-
ds plan. On the basis of the interest rate guaranteed by the
Kiation, the. plan is thus equivalent to a one hundred and eight
istient for the Faculty miember.-
rticipation in this plan is 'not permitted to Faculty members
gible under the old free pension plan of the Carneige Foun-
ion.
rticipaton in this plan is optional for all Faculty members en-
ing' the service of the University with rank of Instructor or
fher between Nov. 17, 1915, and June 30, 1919, inclusive, and
inStriictors of less than three years standing who have en-
ed'the service of the University since July 1, 1919.
cipation in .this plan is obligatory upon
kAI Senate Members who were not in University service with
'tknk 6 Instructor or'higher on or before July 1, 1919.
All sIntructors of over three years standing who were not
in University service with rank of Instructor or higher on
or before July 1,1919.
eksary that all members of Class III, above,, and all of Class
e to. participate in the advantages of the plan, make application
without delay.' Make appointments, by phone or otherwise, with
Assistant Secretary of the University.
SHRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
ty:
-s and instructors who wish to have their checks deposited
arrange to do so at the Secretary's office before Nov. 27.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
eg of Llterature, Science, and the Arts:
njeeting of the Faculty will be held Monday, Nov. 20, at 4:10
berry Auditorium. Order of 'business:
At requests.
ninary 'eport of the Committee appointed to consider the ques-
ypondnce courses. This Committee is composed 'of the fol-
er of the Faculty:
.R. T. Crane, Chairman.
James W. Glover.
'-. E. Rankin
. ". IVI iliamis.
0., Cmpbell.
ninary discussion of the report of the Committee on Freshman
le4 f this report will be distributed at the meeting or n'ay be
:e office of the Dean before that time.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
,cture:
"+ tlerriam, President of the Carnegie Institution of Washing-
vrur-MUniversity lecture Friday, Nov. 24, at 8 p. m. in the Nat
Audt oiun, n the subject, "Are the Days of Creation Ended?"
,Cor ielly invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
deac ers--SenIors and graduate Students:
*49 of Appointments will continue its annual enrolment the re-
is week in the office of the School of Education, Room 105, Tap-
11 those desiring positions for February or September are re-
f in the permanent blanks at this' time. The office will be open
every, morning and from 1:30 to 5 every afternoon with the
Saturday.
MARGARET CAMERON, Secretary.
ers of the Faculty: '
of campus guides has been established in connection with the
Dean of Students. This service will be furnished free to any
efaculty who wishes to have a guest or friend from out of town
the campus. The guides are in possession of information con-
building program as well as the structures already erected.
mo op duty from 9 to ;"2 and from 1:30 to 4:30 week days and
on Saturday. When such service is desired it is merely neces-
:he offIce ofthe Dean'of Students and request that a guide be
J. A. BURSLEY.
lusuiess AdmInistration: /
is cal1ad to the fact that "Candidates for the special certificate
W dmitistration are expected to enroll at the beginning of their
residence -or as soon thereafter as possible, but not later than
g of~t ther' last year ~of residence." In the case of seniors no
Lents willbe accepted after Dec. 1. Further information may
#n qom 106, Economics Building.
F. M. TAYLOR.
i i
lar meetlng of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,

Nov. 15, at 8 p. m. in the Histological Laboratory. The following papers
will be presented:
"Milton and the Art of Love," by Professor J. H. Hanford.
"The Growth of Mountains on the Borders of the Pacific," by Professor
W. H. Hobbs.
The Council will meet at 7:30 p. m..
T. H. HILDEBRANDT, Secretary.
Cancer Week 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.
)lake-up Examination in Aero 1:
Will be given Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 1:30 p. m. in Room 340 Engineering
Building. F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
Geclogy 4 A:
The conference for Thursday, Nov. 16, will consist of an hour in the mu-
3eum, looking over the collections of fossils. The hours will be at 10 and 1,
as usual, and the work will consist entirely of examination and explanations
of the various characteristic fossils.
These conferences, like the lectures, are open to all members of the
student body, and to the general public. Visitors, whether specializing in
science or not, are cordially invited to come in at either hour. The Museum
is on the second floor of the Natural Science building.
C. L. FENTON.
Rifle Teams:
All men in the University, interested in forming an Indoor Rifle Team;
and all R. O. T. C. students interested in forming an R. 0. T. C. Rifle Team
meet in room 330 Engineering Building at 7 o'clock Thursday Evening.
'WILLIS SHIPPAM, Asst. P. M. S. & T.
Oratorical Association Lecture-Sir Basil Thompson:
Tonight at 8 o'clock in Hill Auditorium Sir Basil Thompson, the noted
English Criminalogist, will speak on the subject, "My Experiences at Scot-
land Yard'"
E. T. RAMSDELL, President.
Players Club:
Tryouts for the next program of one act plays will be held this after-
noon from 2 to 4 in the Workshop.
R. S. TUBBS, President.
Extemporaneous Speaking Contest:
The preliminary contest will be held Friday at 4 in Room 302 Mason
Hall. Contestants should be prepared to speak extemporaneously for four
minutes on any phase of the Near East Situation.
J. K. DUNN.
Recital of "She Stoops to Conquer":
The classes in Shakespearian Reading will give a platform recital of
Goldsmith's comedy, "She Stoops to Conquer", Thursday, Nov. 16, at 8 p. m.,
in the auditorium of University Hall. Free to the public.
LOUIS EICH.
Alpha Nu:
There will be a special meeting at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Every mem-
ber should be present. ELMER SALZMAN.

~WHAT'S GOING ON
!NOTICE--Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.
WEDNESDAY.
4:00-Glee club rehearsal, reading
room o' Union.
I 4:00-Open house at Harris hail. Alla
Episcopalstudents invited.
4:15-Special business meeting of
Alpha Nu.
4:15-Organ Twilight recital in Hill
auditorium. Miss Helen J. Schaefer
will appear as-guest soloist.
4:15-Cercle Francais lecture by As.
sistant Professor Eugene Revillain
in room 203, Tappan hall.
7:00-Veterans of the Foreign War
meet in Union. Candidates for.in-
itiation are expected to be present
at 6:45 o'clock.
7:30-Menorah Study circle meets in
Lane hall.
7:30-Meeting of Western State Norm-
al club in Lane hall.
7:30-Order of De Molay meets in
Harris hall.
3:00-Student recital in auditorium of
School of Music.

$:00-Sir Basil Thompson speaks i noon in Lane hall. The choir is open
Hill auditorium on "My Experiences to Presbyterian and unaffiliated stu-
in Scotland Yard." dents. The choir will be under the
I-. direction of George Oscar Bowen.
THURSDAY
5:00-Editorial staff of 31ichiganenslan SOw NMers Nebraska and Dakota
meets. Omaha, Neb., Nov. 14.-Western Ne-
7 :15-Meeting of Sigma Alpha Delta in braska and South Dakota were cover-
upper reading room of Union. ed with snow which began falling Sat-
7:15-Scalp and Blade meets in room urday continued until late last night.
304, Union. ITrain service has been impaired.
7:15-Special meeting of Boxing club,_ __ _ _
Union. I
7:30-Regular meeting of the Monteith ORGANIZATIONS NOTICE
club in Lane-hall. Dr. Sayles of the
First Baptist church will speak. ; In order that The Michigan
7:30-Meeting of, Cosmopolitan club Daily may properly handle all
in Wesley hall. news relating to sectional clubs,
7:30-All-Law smoker at Mhe Union. I all such organizations are re-
7:30-Professor Kenyon speaks on ' quested to send in to the city
"The Spanish Ballad" under the au- desk a complete list of all ofiB-
spices of La Sociedad Hispanica. cers, their names, addresses, and
8:00-Christian Science society meets I telephone numbers. The Daily
in Lane hall. . I would also appreciate a state-

U-NOTICE S
There is an exhibition of the paint-
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.
Presbyterian chorus choir will hold it
first rehearsal at 4:30 this after-

ment of each club's purposes j
and aims.
By keeping its files complete
The Daily will be able, by means
of adequate publicity, to assist
the clubs in securing better at-
tendance at their meetings. I
Special dinner every evening at Ho-
tel Lyon, South Lyon, Mich.-Adv.

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