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Publication in"
the University.
Volume 3

the Bulleti is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 v. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
WED)NESIDAY, NOVEMBIER 29, 1822 Number 57

Tor eDas
Ta he D's'hr will be no conferenc of the Deans en Wednesday, Nov. 29.
'Senate Committeet on Student Affars:
There will be it meeting of the committee at # o'clock Wednesday, Nov.'
29, in Room 2, University hall.,
.".To Teachers of reshimen in the College9f In oewing :
Teachers of Freshmen in the Entgineeing Coqllee are requested to 1111
Et the information ealled for on the report cAWd8 recently sent out and toI
return them to the Assistant Dean's. Offie obu 'r' before Friday, Dec. 1. In'
O order to save time in sorting the cards for teo-- nto tr,, teachers are re-
quested to arrange them alphabetically wthr resect to the0 mentors whse
" sames appear on the cards. l ,FXID . LEE,
i Chairman of the Freshmenlielltor Committee.
Ble Prints:
Beginnaing. Moday, Nov. 27, students d.'I"'~nvrsity dpartmets may
have blue prints made in any sive and quatityy #n> :he Phtgaphic :Iabor-
atoryl of the Departmnet of Drawing. tudents should1e1 .their tracings
in the ofice of the Secretary of the Uiveeityr. ad my receive and p y
for the prints at the same offce. University departmeants may deliver their
tracings either to the Secretary's affce o' to the. photographic laboratory,
x"- Eugineering builaig.
*All tracings left at the laboratory ri atothewScretary's office before
10 . n. wllbe printed and ready for dehivry at 2 30. racings lft before
4 oelock will be printd and re6tred at. 16 o'eob* a. r,m.fallowing. The
pride for "blue prints will be 1 cent, pr ,QLor raction thereof. The min-
imum charge is'5. ents. Special airanig~ezts 'eore ma4S fr the business
*f1 'niversity departments.
The laboratory is prepared. also to ae rdrwn print negatives from
?tracings, and traciRegs delivered before 10 . is. swllbe tirind ad the neg-
atives -returned at .10 a. in. following. heprietr thegat vs is 2 cents
per square foot, withi a minimum charge of 10 VeCits.
Club night anid entertainment Friday,.Dec. , t h p.im.
ItiRY'" 5)A~I, Secretary.
Amearican "'Field erVice Feluowsip s:
" 1ifteen felowships, of the value of,, 2> 4 .pus 8,000o franc, which are
"renrveale for a So oxd year, will be o, lil4 y the So ety for American
iehId Service.Fellowships for French unlorslee this year. These fellow-
sips are assigned, upon a comptitive bis,~a to radluats of American col-
lages and other suitably qualified canddate. Aplicatos shuld reach the
Sdiretaty. of 'the Society not ater ta Jail 1 923 Prof. C B. Vib-
. bert, ofP the Department of Philosophy,ha been dsignated to act as ad-
viseix to students. in connection .with "these. Fellowshtis.those wh wish
toi..W, application for them are advised to cnusu~t Professor Vibber.
.~F , . ROBBINS.
Art Exhibtion:
Bcause of the unprecedentd iteret iz te aintings. of Nikolai
'4oericb, now on dsplay in the West allery of 4jnni, Mlerial hall, a-
raneet have been made to coentinue th e ehibitionthrouzgh Wednesday
aftenoon Nov 29.B. M DOALDSO)N."
Mary Gardenl,assisted. ly Mr. Max t e j ya, Cllis, and' Mr. Emil Polak,
Pianist, ,will give .the following ,rogram hn n 6ith Chrl, U nonSeries in
H3ill Auditrium Tue"sday evening, IDe. 5,
The school .of Music -Manaeent hs, arrakzged "o sl1a limited num-
brer of ,ticketsadmtting to'"seats on the stage.. Thse may }}o secured at the
' University School of Musi. '., .; '
.Sonate (Henry=Ecces)) . Largo, V. Al~egro con spirito, M. Gegna; B-
henme:(Puccini), Arloaso (Leo Dlibes)'liss Garden; Seenade .(Joseph
Hiaydn),iuett, Shepherd Boy ( avowed) Mr .tegna.; Laes Brceux" (G.
iatibre), Mahon (Pucctii, Le Nil (With vilincell) "(X. eroux) Miss Gar-,
den. lntermission Beau .Soil ':(Debussy),, Zeigung (R. Strauss), Jocelyn
(with violoncello) (. Godard) Mliss Gren; Rhapsordie (Popper) Mr.
Gtegna; Louise (G Charpenier) Miss Gaden
OAR.LES A. SINK, Secretary.
Alfred Cort#ot Conert:
Afred Cortot, the -distinguished Frenih °pinit, will .give the third
program in the Extra Concert Series $oday evening De. 4, at which time
he will play,'the fllowing program:
Cocerto da Camera (Vivaldi); Andante Spanato aet.Polonaise (Chop-
in); Agtato-C major (Waiting fevriShl Y fo'r e ' e:beloved ,one); Lento-
minor (Sad; meditations; in =the distanc e.", deseted sea); Vivace-G major
(The song f the rook) ; LargoE minor (eside a om); Allegro moto -n
major (A. tree full of song). Lnto Assai- ilnzir (i'oneicness); An-
dantino-A major' (Delicious ,recollectt Ilon at 'ie, perfume through the
mnemaory) ; Molto agitato-F sharp minor (he snow falls, the wind' howls,
te tempest 'rages, but in my sad heart there; is .a "ore terrible storm);
Largo-E= mAjr (Prophetic ,voices); Allego mltoC sharp minor (Falling,
m. rockets);: Vivac-B major (A young; gil's wish)i; Presto-G sharp minor
., (The'rider in the night); Lento-F sharp minor (In a strange and, underi
a starkry sky, thining of thebeloved one far away"; Allegro-E flat minor
(A stormy scene); Sostenuto D "fat malo, (But'the dead is here in the
dusk) ; Preto con fuoo-13B flat minor ;(Tihe road to the abyss) ; Allegret-
to-A fiat major (She told m e she loved me); Allegretto motoF minor (Im-
precations), Vivace-E fiat major (Had I but wings, I would fy to you my
beloveod) Largo-C mi nor (Funerals); Cantabile-$",fat major (Returning sol-
itary to the spt where vows; were made) ; 1.ot, agitat-G minor (Revolu-
turn) ; Moderato-F major (Naiads paying); Allegro appasionato-D minor
(D SN, .de la Volupte, do la mgrt); Etudes en formie de Valse (Saint-
Saens) ; Bouree pour Ia, main gauche Soule (ant Saens) ; La Cathe-
, dtrale engloutie (Debussy); Saguidilllas (Abeniz); 2nd Itapsodie (Liszt).
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Barbou, °;niasiufti
The class -in Playground Activities will meet today in Barbour Gyni-
nasiumn at 2 'clock. MARION . WOOD.

Sophomore 11o1110:
All ffophoniore women who have not yet paidt the one dollar tax for
the Freshman Spread must mail the, money immnediately to Grace G. Hall,
1036 Oakland Ave. Make checks payable to. Freshmnan Spread' Committee.
GRACE G. HALL, Treasurer, Freshman Spread Committee.

"Xuch Ado About Nothing Rehearsals
Wednesday at 2, Act , Scene 3.
Wednesday at 2:30, Act 11, Scene
Wednesday at 3, Act V, Scene 2.
Wednesday at 3:&0, Act III, Scene
Wednesday at 4, 'Act V, Scene 2.
Wednesday at 4:30, Act III, Sene
Friday at 2, Act IV, Scene 1.
Friday at 3, Act II, Scene 3.
Friday at 4, Act 11, Scene 1.
Alpha Nn.
! There will be a special business i
Ion account of the meeting for that e'
INOTICE--Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock Of 1
the day before publication.
4:15--Twilight organ recital by Earlf
V. Moore in Hill auditorium.
4 :80--Presbterian hors choir re-
bearsal at Lane hall.
7 :00--Vetran's of Foreign Wars meet
in Assembly hall, Union.j.
7:00-Richard N. Hal post 422, meets;
in 'Union. '
715-Round Up club meets li n 'Iion.
7 ;3-Green'ville-Beldng club mlets
in room 302, Union.r
5 :00-Unitarian students union party
for members and friends.
8:00_1U Creooo Italano meets in{
room 202, South Wing. Professor
Tealdi will lecture.;
8:00-Engineering society dance at
11:00 A4 ,--Thanksgivng day serice1
in 11111 auditorium.
4:006:30-Openi house a. fWesey hall.I
5:00-Party at Presbyterian curch.
For all courses in. the literary college{
dropped after Friday, save under ex-j
traordinary circumstances, a grade}
of "H" will be turned in on the stu-?,
dent's record.
Today Is the last day on _wich the
paintings of Nicolas Roerich, noted
Russiani artist, will be on exibition
la the west gallery of Alumni Memo-
oral hail. This collection has been.
placed on dsplay under the auspic-
es o the Ann Arbor Art associa-
All class pre iens should have their
list of Officers and committees turn-a
ed in at the Michiganensian office
before Dec. 1.
"The Value of Mental Test.', in 'the
Sunday Magazine for December 3.-
Adv. 'r,
616 First Nat'l Bk. Bideo.
Oece Hours Phone j
1 I 04; U3046 32141F

May Qualify
2. For Two Jobs
e 2.
e .
meeting at 4 p. in. on Friday, Dec. 1, ?""' f.i
vening having been postponed. "
I"The little theater is one of the ,r
best mediums for artistic expression1r1
in a community, it combines the work j
of every kind of individual, those who ldeSmcAchlr
can act, those who can write, thoseJug a clAhlr
who can paint scenery, and raises the Judge Samuel Aschuler of Chicago,
whole aesthetic tone of the commun-1 was appointed to membership on the
ity". Thus Daniel L. Quirk, president federal coal commission by President
of the Ypsilanti players corporation; 'Harding, but has never qualified as a
defined the little theater movement mnember of that body because he can-
in his address before the Episcopal not do so and retain his place on the
students in Harris Hall. The theater,I bench. Congress may grant him per-
of which he is the president, is one mission.
of the best known little theaters 1-1 __________________
this section of the country. Manyf
pays which were produced there for Michigan Daily and' Chimes for $4.50.
the first time now have a regular~
~place in the big circuits. Mr. Quirk{ N
accompanied his lecture by slides, oe us
showing many pictures of his theater, oe tu e
which was formerly a barn, 18 by 361 No lWritten Work
feet large. It will seat 75 people. At Babson Institute they make a
:dr. Quirk came here at the invi- business of teaching business to
tation of the Episcopal church with a college trained men who-wish to
fill positions of responsibility and
view to advising the church as to the' and trust without spending years at
adaptability of the stage in Harris routine work.
Hallto poduc suc plas asare Standard office equipment through-
Hallto rodce uch lay asare out. No classes or lectures, but a
given in the Ypsilanti theater. business schedule of work from 8:30
_________________to 5:00 o'clock, including daily con-
ferences directed by men with years

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May Give Plays at Harris Hall
Members of the Board of Trustees
of Harris hall held their annual meet-s
ing yesterday afternoon in'l Harri l
hall The recommendation''wras pre-
sented to the Board that the ball room
stage may be altered and, other nec-
essary features be added so that playa
could .be given in the hail.
Mr. Webb, who is in charge at Har-
ris ball, said that. there was much
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