THE MICHIGAN DATLN
r 0FF'I I f Nn the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
ity. Copy received until 3;$0 p. Mn. (11:30 a. iM. Satlutdft.)
WEDNESDAY, DECE."IER 6, 192 'Number 62'
France-La Loire et s chateaux"-Natural Science Auditorium on Wed-
nesday, Dec. 6, at 4:15. Illustrated lecture. A. JI JOBIN.
Politicatl Science 13:
1 Political Science (i3, Journal Club, will meet Thursday, Dec. 7, at 3
p. in., Room 406 Library. J. S. REEVES.
SIt you lose your dog, a daily classi-
t ied ad will find it for you.--Adv.
'o tho Deans:
There will be no conference of the: Deansr in -the President's Office at 10
'clock Wednesday, Dec. 6.'
M. L. BURTON.
Professor A. Sommerfeld of the University of Munich will give a series
ffour lectures on the 'general subject of Atomic Structure, this week in
ze West Lecture Room of the Physical Laboratory.
Professor Sommerfeld, is undoubtedly one of the leading Mathemathical
tiyslcists of Europe and has made fundamental contributions to the fields
fboth Physics and MVathematics. His latest book on, Atomic4 )3tructures
The . cturea will be given at ,4:15 on Wednesday, Thursday and Fri-
y. The time of the Saturday lecture will be announced later.
The subject of the Wednesday lecture is "Hydrogen and Helium" and
fat of Thursday "Atomic Structure and the Periodic System"
F. IE. ROBBINS.
Baron S. A. Kor% w fill deliver three University lectures on Monday, Dec.
Tuesday, Dec. 5, .aud WednesdayDec. 6. Each lecture will be given in
om B, Law building, at,4:15 _p. m. The subjects will be as follows: (1)
t'he Prevent Status of Parliamentary Government ini Europe"; (2) "Recent
vents in Russia"; (3) "Russia and Tcrkey." The public is cordially in-
lted to attend these lectures, which are arranged through the Department
P Political Science.
F.., E. ROBBINS.
Tho University lectures: by Dr. Edward Sapir, Anthropologist of the
ictora Memorial Museum, Ottawa, Canada., which were unavoidably post-
)ned, are now scheduled to be, given. on 'Monday, Jan. 22, and Tuesday,
in. 23, at 4:15 p. in., in the Natural *Science Auditorium. The 'subjects} of
e two lectures are "The. West Coast, Indians of Canada"and "The Art, of
Le Ind'anis of Canada". The public is cordially invited.
A limited number of pamphlets have been, revcived at, this offlice for dis-
ibution among students who are Interested in the American Consular
rvice. Professor Crane of the Political Science departmnent has agreed to
nsult with students interested In the consular work. at 5 o'clock Thurs-
y afternoon ,in. Room" 406, Library, niot .on Wed4nesday as, previously an-
)unced.* J. A. BURSLEY.
Dlleges of Engineering and Are~iteture t
Seniors finishing lwork in February should call at the Secretary's Of.-
e, Room 263, and check up their credits'.
LOUIS A. HOPKINvS, Secretary.
Iinistrative Board, College of terAtin~e, Scienice, and the Arts:
The Administrative Board wiillmeet in Dean Effinger's office at4 o'clock.
zW~ednegdy, Dec. 6.
W. R. HUMPHREYS, Assista.nt Dean.
Under the auspices of the Federated Parent-Teacher' Associations of Ann
rbor, Airs. Helen B. Paulsen. ("Mother Goose )P'aulsen") will speak on
Making the Citizens of Tomorrow" in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday, Dec. 6,
8 p. in. The lecture is for adults fnd, older children only.. Admission is(
ee. D. L. RICH.
0. T. C. Advanced Course:
Men who have not drawn uniforms will report for them Immediately.
As is important.
A tailor will be at the .R, 0. T..C.,.office from 8 a. m., to 6 p.'m.,Wednes-
Ly, Dec. 6, to mark uniforms for ,alteration. This will" be the only' oppor-
nity tq have alterations made by the manufacturer without expense to the
.udent., JOAtN A. BROOKS, JR., Adjutant.
te Foreign Student's Holiday:
Lansing, Michigan, has. sent an invitation to the stude~nts from other
nds at the University, to spend, their Christmas hlolidfa~y Uli Lansing. The
en who wish information about this invitation will please report as soon
possible to J. A.1~ C. Hildner, Room 302, University Hall, M., T", Thr.,
.4-5 p. mn. The women interested are asked to report to Dean Ham-
:on at her regular consultation hours.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
The English Department will meet at the Union for luncheon on Thurs-
day, Dec. 7, 1922. W. R. HUMPHREYS.
The treasurer, will be in the lower corridor of University Hall this
afternoon from 2 to 5 for the collection of dues and the enrolling of new,
members. The Workshop will be open between 4 and 5:30 each afternoon
until vacation. R. S .TUBBS, President.
Th~le regular business meeting and Fall election of members of Phi
Sigma will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p. m. in room Z 231 N. S.
All active members are requested to be present.
L. E. WEHMEYER, Sec.-Treas.
rThere will be a meeting Friday night, Dec. 8, at 7:30. All faculty alumni
are cordially invited. ELMER SALZMAN.
Quadrangle, will meet Wednesday at 8 p. mn., Room 304,. Michigan
Union. E. G. Burrows will read a paper on "Moonshine and Run of Mine
in West Virginia." L. J. CARR.
University of iiXichigaui Varsity Band:
Wednesday, Dec. 6, Regular RehearsalUniversity Hall 7 p. m.
WILFRED WILSON, Director.
I. 0. T, C.:
The following cadet. officers will report to me at the R. 0. T. C. office
between 3:30 and 4:15 p. mn. today:
Milton G. HinkleY, V. S. Firestone, A. H.'Robins, J. J. Hamel, A. D.
QOetien, W. A. Brice, D. B. McLaughlin, D. W. Ressler, M. W. Maddin, C. Di.
Crawford. , GEORGE A. TRACKS, Lieutenant.
The perplexing wor-
ries of gift selection
never trouble those
who give photographs
is solved. 'Phone
for an appointment
WHAT'S GOING ON
1OTIUE---Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5:30 o'clock of
the day hefore publication.
WEID NESi) AY
4 :00-J-Hlop conliiitee meets, :Q2
1:15--Organ recital in Hill auditor-
ium. Earl V. Moore plays.
7:15--Traverse City club meets in
Lane hall. Plans for holidays will
7 :: 0-l1eno~a h st udy circle mee~ts a I
Lran "i .hall.
7:0-A. S. X1.E. smoker In: Union.
Prof . H. B. Merrick speaks on "An
Engineer's Observations. in China."
7 :30-Xluslc recital of advanced stu-
dents. at School of Music..
7 :0-Student council meeting ht'
.room' 306, Union.
7 :80-Saginaw club smoker in rognij
7 :30-3feeting of* the' Pennsylvania
club in room. 205, Mason hall. All.
members requested to attend,.
8:00--Mecting of University post, Am-
8 :Vi-TbIrd performance at Whitney
theater of Union opera, "In and
1 :45-~liihg-anieuisian editorial mcet-
ina. Upper staff only.
8 :00-Christian Science society meets,
cin Lane hall.
8 :40-Second. concert of fNormal coll-
cert course in Pease auditorium,
8 :11-Fouri01 performance" at Whitney
theater of Union opera, "In and
Lansing club. will not hold its iiieet-
ing' as announced, owing to conflict
with date -at Lansing business men's
All group pictures for the 1923 Mich.
iganensian must be taken during
the 'month of January. All frater-
nities, sororities, house clubs, andE
campus organiza~tions must pay for
their 'space in the 'Ensian before
these pictures can be taken.
All men desiring to try out for the1
freshman engineers bowling team,
must roll three games, and turn in
their names and scores to J. P.
Vose by Wednesday night.
Sophomore lits desiring to Cryout O~r
a class bowling team send in name,
address, and telephone number to
George Haggerty, 1912 Geddes av e-l
nue. Please enclose best scores.
Dees for thr junior class of tho
School of Edlucation vil be collected
by the treasurer, Tuesday, Dec. 5,
Tappan hall, from 8 to 11 in the
morning, and 1 to 5 :30 o'clock in
69 East 1iber ty Street
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Oper N mer
he advanced students of the Universeity School of Music ,'Will take
n a recital at the School, Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 o'clock. The
al public is cordially invited to attend.
CRARLES A. SINN, Secretary.
ht Organ Recital:
he next concert in the Series oft~ Twilight Organ Recitals will take
in Hill .Auditorium, Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 4:15 p. mn. Mr. Earl V.
of the Organ F'aculty of the Univer'sity School erf Music will be
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
role Francaiq lecture by Professor Clav*el lon "Le . coeur de
You Heard Mary Garden
Wez rHave Her Reeords for You-
Here are some' of the best:
"INS AND OUTS OF THE OPERA"
By the Author, EDWIN MEISS
PAGES OF PHOTOS SH OWING SCENES
FROM OPERAS FROM OTHER COLL EGES
UNUSUAL SHORT STORIES, POETRY, AND. ARTICLES
Traviata: Quel est donc ce trouble charmant. (What can be this feeling.)
Traviata: Pour jamais ta destinee. (The round of pleasure I'll enjoy.)
Le Jonglear de Notre-Dame:. Liberte! (0 Liberty, my life and love.)
Herodiade: Il eat doux, ii eat ban. (Kind is he and good.)
Louise: Depuis le jour. i(Since that fair day.)
Thais: L'amour eat une vertu rare. (Love is a virtue rare.)
Comu' Thrie the Rye. (Old Scotch, Melody.) In English.
John Anderson My Joe. (Old Scotch Melody.) In English.
We 'll be glad to play these for you
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