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_THE MICHICAN LDAILA .

IlLY O FFIC I A L BU L L ET IN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
e University. Copy received until 3:.0 n. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
lum) f. FRIDAY, DECEM E it 8, 1922 N umber ,6'
ersity Lectures:
'he subject of the third lecture of the series being given by Professor
immerfeld of the University of Munich is "Evidence of the Relativity
ry Afforded by Spectral Lines". The lecturre will be given today, at
p. mn., in the West Lecture lRoom of the Physical Laboratory. The pub-
invited. F. E. ROBBINS.
ld, College of Literature, Science. and the Arts:
here will be no December meeting of the Faculty and the next regular
zg will be held Jan. 22. 1By that time the Comimittee on Correspond-
Courses will be ready to make its report.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
ner Courses in France:
have received from the Comite des Voyages d'Etudes en France a
ninary announcement of six-weeks' courses in French universities ar-
d by them for the summer of 1923. frhis may be inspected at the
lent's office by those interested.
F. E. ROBBINS.
ForeIgr Sudent's Holiday:
asing, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
at the University to spend their Christmas holiday if n Lansing. The
who wish information about this invitation will please report as soon
sible to J. A. C. Hildner, Room 302, University Hall, M., T., Thr.,
-5 p. in. The women interested are asked to report to Dean Ham-
at h*r regular consultation hours.'
J. A. C. HILDNER.
r Engineers:
ssembly today (Friday) at 10 o'clock in Room 348. Important class
ess, PETER FIELD.
itersity Women:
n account of the Women's League Bazaar which is taking place in
)ur Gymnasium, there will be no regular office hours on Friday, Dec,
I Saturday, Dec; 9. JEAN HAMILTON.
frial Engineering 11:
'ill meet at the University Power Station at 1 p. m., Saturday, Dec.
inspection of the steam plant. The Argo hydro-electric plant of the
it Edison Company will be "inspected from 3-5 p. m. of the same day.
ALFRED H.LOVELL.
nioreEngineers:
here will be an Assembly of the Sophomore Engineers in room 348
Engineering building on Friday, Dec. 8, at 11 a. m. Every Sopho-
Engineer is urged to be present.
C. E. WILSON, Mentor.
Twilight Concert:
-iext concert in the series of complimentary Faculty Twilight Re-
will take place in Hill Auditorium Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, at 4:15,
the following program will be given by Lorna Hooper Warfield, Mrs.
Fischer-Cross and the Stanley Chorus:
[ditg.tion (Tscha.ikowsky), Concert Paraphrase -on Valse "Southern
" (Strauss-Schuett) Mrs. mina Fischer-Cross; Mainacht, Vergeblicher
ehen (Brahms), Verborgenheit, Ach in Maren, Er Ists' (Wolfe) Lorna
er Warfield; The Sleep of the Child Jesus (F. A. Gevaert), 'The Snow
igar), Baby Is Sleening (B. Crist), The Shepherd's Story (C. Dickit-
'Stanley, Chorus; "Du bist die Rich" (Schubert-Liszt), "Arebeske"
hetezky), Hungarian Rhapsodie" No. 12 (Liszt) Mrs. Cross; Ave Maro
Bruch) Mrs, Warfield.
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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Mexico's Status As Nation

KIntramural Items 1

J vs. Khemmani, 1582-M, Ensinger,
2766-W vs. Abram, 1485-J. Langlois
drew a bye in the second round and
vvil mptlp winnerof the a n a"tcha

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SOwy Rises Under b theseoin the pairings. These matches must
thesematches have been played, ho decded and the scores recorded by
\OTlCE--Copy for this column should - Fronczak defeating Shawaker, 3-1, in 5 o'clock Saturday night.
be submitedtted by 5:30 'lok of Mexico City, Dec. 7. - A military proof of the assertion that the era of in a close battle. Both of the plavra
the day before situation that is decieiedly better; an nation-wide peace is near at hand. are of about the same calibre ai Martial Law Ends in Guateimala
---- Economically, Mexico is in not gave a grat exhibition in playing Washington, Dec. 7.-Constitutional
Riner economic situation that is without as good condition as it was a year their sets, each inning being undecid- rights have been restored and martial
10:00-Junior engineers meet in room doubt worse, and an international sit-ago. The absence of United States ed until the last minute of play. law ended in Guatemala, says Minis-
348 of the Engineering building. ation that is in status quo - these recognition has withheld the antici- The following pairings have been ter Iiatour; the restrictions lasted
made for the second roid: Segall, three months, due to uprisings against
11 :00-Sophomore lengineering cas are the terms used by impartial ob- pated influx of foreign capital, and 751-W vs. Stevens, 2085-Rl, Carrett, the Oreana government, which took
meets in room 24 b Engineeringj servers here to describe conditions in business is at a virtual standstill. 1547-R vs. Hoot, 372-M, Greene, 2011- office a year ago.
. bildin. I Mexico as they were on Dec. 1 when Twenty-six nations have now trec- M vs. Bowers, 397, Sarnachia, 1935
r:00- -Se0or edc tionallass eefII.:President Obregon completed the ognized the Obregon regme, includ- vs. Heilbrunn, 2598-W, Swartz, 1202. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.
7 :0--intecollegiat. Zioniassocia. second year of his administration. ing Germany, China, Japan, Italy,
tion mcts in board of director:, Combined optimism and pessimism Holland, Sweden and virtually all of
room, Lan,; hail are expressed by persons who, dur- the South and Central American coun-l
7:30-Aplua Nu meets in club room, ing the nast 24 months, have watched tries.
fourth floor, University hall. Gen. Alvaro Obregon, the revolution-'-
7:3--Meet.ng of St. Paul's Lutheran ary successor of President Carranza, NORTHWESTERN NOW TURNS
Young Peoples' society postponed unfold his program of national re- TO BRIGHT COURT SEASON
until Thursday, Dec. 14. T RGTCUTSAO
7:-r. It, s. yDe .4f New York construction which, according to him__
City, speaks in Natural Science au- and his adherents, is to lift Mexico (Continued from Page Seven)
ditoriuni on "The Social and Econo- from turbulence and rebellion to ayear's sensational fresh squad who F o r
velopments in Simultaneous Tele- nations of the world. are mixing in with the veterans in
graphy and Telephony." It cannot be denied that Mexico to- such a way as to make some of them
s:15-4ifth performance at Whitney lay is more at peace than at any time step to keen their positions. Of them, 11W O 1
theater of Union opera, "In and 1luring the past decade. Rebel leaders Bob Wheelan. a center, and Georgeeo
"Fim rtan ha eithera ethr d Khe ershaw, a speedy forward, are the

SATURDAY
2:15-Last Ann Arbor pirformnance a
Whitney theater of Union opera,
"Ir. and Out."
?:0-Freshtnan class mixer in Un."
ion,
7:30-First Varsity basketball game .In
Waterman gymnasium with Notre
Dame.
:-Cosnmopolitan club soc-A in
Lana hall.
U-NOTICE S
All mnci desiring to try out for the
gymnasium team should report
from 2 to 5 o'clock any afternoon
before next Wednesday in Dr. May's
office.
All group pictures for the 192 3ich,-
iganensian must be taken during

firing squad or have died in battle. C K s d a m
Coach Kent has made no attempt to
Mexico as yet is not wholly at peace limit the squad or to pick a definite
Every state harbors its disgruntiedi lineup as yet but intends to give every
elements which at times adopt har- man a good chance to prove his worth
rassing tactics, sacking villages, blow- before the holiday vacation. The first
ing un trains and pillaging haciendas. game is with Monmouth on Dec. 15,
The army has been reduced to ap- followed by the Lake Forest tilt on'
proximately 50,000 men, and the war the 19th. Both of these games will be
proxmatly 0,00 me, ad te wr layed on the home floor. The Con-
office budget for 1923 shows a mate- oerence season oens with the Badr-
rial reduction from that for 1922. gree sason n.i6.g
Purple battle on Jan. 6.
Trains are running everywhere and,-_
new highways are being opened. These pr
facts are pointed to by friends of Tios De 7.-T s aps R ed
PresdentObrean s sustanial Tokio, Dec. ; 7.-The Japanese Reif
PresIdent Obregan as substantial Cross will aid 7,000 Russian refugees
at Gensan, Korea, exiled from Vladi-
the month of January. All frater- vostok and refused an outlet throughs
nities, sororities, house clubs, and Manchuria; 43 have died and 2,000 are
campus organizations must pay for said to be seriously ill.
their space in the 'Ensian before
these pictures can be taken. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

They' llspan the distance and
years that have separated you.
gibing unbounded happinmess.
'Phone 6o4-W fcr appointment

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The ICHIGAN CALENDAR 1923

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A MICHIGAN INSTITUTION

UNIVERSITY
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Ism
, professor Brunun wvill not meet his classes this morn-

o6gy 7 and 25m11:
e make-up examination for those who missed the regular midsemes;
1 be held Saturday morning, Dec. 9, at 10 a. m.. in room P 162.
HENRY F. ADAMJ.
ca Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
ie next meeting will be held on iThursday, Dec. 14, at 4:15 p. m. in
03 of the Chemistry building. Professor H. B. Lewis of the Depart-
)f Phiysiological Chemistry will speak on "Some Recent Advances in
ole of Proteins in Nutrition..' The Annual Business Meeting and
n of Officers will take place immediately afterward.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
Ra Institute of Eeletrical Engineers:
ere will be a joint meeting of the Detroit-Ann Arbor and Student
., Friday, Dec. 8, at 7:30 p. m., in the Natural Science Auditorium. At
me a lecture will be given by Mr. R. D. Parker, engineer in charge
elopment and research activities of the American Telephone & Tel-
. Company, on "The Social Pnd Economic Significance of Engineering
pments in Simultaneous Telegraphy and Telephony". Lantern slides
.film showing latest radio telephony deve'bopments will'play an im-
t part in the program.
e public is very cordially invited to attend this poular lecture.
J. H. CANNON, Chairman.
R. N. OLDS, Chairman, Student Branch.
politan Club Social:
smopolitan Club social already announced for Lane hall, will be held
iley hall instead, at the same hour, Saturday, Dec. 9, at 8 p. m. New
rs will be taken in at this time. All students from other lands are
to come. J. A. C. HILDNER.
.sity of ichigaz 'Varsity Band:
turday, Dec. 9-Formation at Lane hall 12:50 p. m. Uniform, full-
with capes. Instruments. -apes issued at 12:30 p. m.
WILFRED WILSON, Director

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My stock consists of new goods direct from
manufacturer and ncludes Waterman, Conk-
lin, Parker, Sheaffer, Wahl and the famous
Dunn Pen, which holds more ink than any
self-filling ptn made. Pens taken in ex-
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Mechanical Pencil stock includes Autopoint,
Eversharp, Readypont, Conklin, Sheaffer,
etc. Name or nitials placed on purchases
free of charge.

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OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

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ls Ask For
risimas Treesl

Practically every organized house
the campus had a Christmas tree l
t year-and after the celebration
s over, threw the tree away. This
ar, the University Hospital circle of
ngs daughters are asking those
wing trees, to donate them to the
spital, where they will make, a hap-
,r Christmas for many patients. A
nber of organizations will receive
rds concerning the action to be
yen with the trees. Those who do
t receive cards are requested to call
s. Breakey, at 1504 for particulars.
Due to the great scarcity of trees
s ,aar', - ie Hospital circle is not
kng that trE;s be bought for do-
tion but merely that those which'
ve already been teed be turned over I
them.I
ARKER ADDRESSES
A. I, E. E. TONIGHTI
'The Social and Economic -Signifi-
ace of Engineering Develo)Pwents
Simultaneous Telegraphy an lmTel-
hony" will be the subject dis(uss-
by Mr. R. D. Parker of New York,
y in his lecture at 7:45 o'clock tR-

Detroit-Ann Arbor branch of Amer-
can Institute of Electrical Engineers,
the two former gatherings havingj
been held in Detroit at the main
building'of the Michigan State Tele-
phone company and at the Connors
Creek power house of the Detroit
Edison company. The general pub-
lic is cordially invited to attend this
lecture.
MICHIGAN LOANED
HIGHWAY MACHINE
Arthur H. Blanchard, professor of
highway engineering and transport,
announces that a tractive resistance
recorder has been loaned to the Uni-
versity by the Massachusetts Depart-
ment of Public Works. The record-
er was designed under the supervi-
sion of Major Mark L. Ireland, Roy
D. Chapin Fellow in highway trans-'
port at the University of Michigan,
who was last year in residence at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy.
The machine will be used here for
experimental investigations by the
division of highway engineering and,
transport and the automotive engin-
eering department. It will be used
under the direction of Prof. Walter E.
Lay and the Michigan State Highway
department on comprehensive tractive

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