OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
LY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1922 Number 64
To All Faculty and Staff 11nembers-General Faculty Meeting:
There will be a general faculty meeting, at which the attendance of
all the members of all the Faculties and Staff of the University is earnestly
requested, at 4:15 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 13, in the Natural Science Audi-
torium. This meeting is called following the precedent established in 1920.
Its object is to inform the faculties on important matters relating to pres-
ent and future policies of the University, and in particular the requests to be
made to the Legislature of 1923. M. L. BURTON.
To the Deans: .
There will be no conference of the Deans Wednesday morning, Decem-
M. L. BURTON.
Cvmmuneatlons to the Board of Regents:
The next meeting of the Board of Regents will take place Friday, Dec.
22. Communications, in order to be presented at that time, must be in the
President's hands before 5 p m., Dec. 14.
M L. BURTON.
American Associaton of University Profesisors:
There will be, a meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the American As-
sociation of University Professors in Room 304, Michigan Union, at 7:15
p. m., Thursday, Dec. 14. Election of officers and other important busnes.
C. B. VIBBERT, Secretary.
The December meeting of the Research Club will be held on Wednesday,
Decemiber 13th at 8 p. in. in the Histological Laboratory. The following pa-
pers will be presented:,
"fufra-red absorption spectra and their interpretation in molecular me-
chanics' by Professor C. F. Meyer.
"Somie curious anticipations of the Great War" by Dr. P. W. Slosson.
The Council will meet at 7:30 P. M.
T. H. HILDEBRANDT, Secretary.
Members of the Faculties and Administration:
Present addresses of the following former members of the faculties of
the University .are needed to complete the Faculty Section of the forthcom-
ing Alumni Catalogue. Any one who can aid in this matter is earnestly re-
questpd to telephone the information to the Alumni Catalogue Office imme-
d ately. Call Uiniversity,- 97-J.
H. L. SENSEMANN,
Director of the Alumni Catalogue Office,
d.itor of the Alumni Catalogue.
Whiting Alden, A.B., M.S. For., Instructor in Forestry, 1911-1912.
Harry Arch Augenblick, C.E., Instructor in Descriptive Geometry and Draw-
William Louis Bailey, M.A., Instructor in Administrative Law, 1908-1909.
George Dinguid Davidson, Ph.D., Instructor in French, 1908-1909.
Frani: loses Drpzer, A.M., C.E., Instructor in Mathematics, 1909-1910.
C. N. 1u y, Non-Resident Lecturer on Electric Utilities, 1911-1912.
Ei'nst John F uegel, Ph.D., Instructor in German, 1898-1899.
Berthold B ertrand G4runwald, Dint. Ing., Instructor in Chemical Engineering,
Russell William Hargrave, B.S., Instructor in Machine Design, 1904-1905.
Frang Alexander La Motte, M. S., Instructor in Mathematics, 1902-1903.
Alexandr 'frederick Lange, A.M. Instructor in English, 1838-1889; In-
structor in German and Anglo-Saxon,' 1889-1890.
G. N. Lemmfon,' Non-Resident Lcturer on Power Plants and Lines, 1911-
Oscar Le geure, M.D., Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery in the
somoeo athic ledica College, 1895-1900.
Barnem Llbfy, M.S., Instructor in Mathematics, 1913-1914.
Charles A. Lutz, Non-Resident Lecturer on Railyway Transportation 1911-
Frank P. McGra~th, B'.S., Instructor in Descriptive Geometry and Drawing;
J. C. Mock, Non-Re.ident Lecturer on Electric Railrbad Signals, 1911-1912.
Philip Milton Iolt, B.L., Instructor in French and Spanish, 1918-1920.
Clarence Burton Morrill, B.L., Instructor in English, 1901-1909.
GeorgeGarleton Mullen, 1st Lieut., U. S.'A., Commandant of Cadts and
rofessor of Military Science and Tactics, 1917-1918.
Hwatrd Bruce Murphey, B.S., Instructor in Descriptive Geometry and
Wilhelm Neilson, B.S., Instructor in Surveying, 1908-1909.
Arthku'r: 9 Palmer, B.S., Instructor in Descriptive Geometry and Drawing,
William Brackett Parker, B.S., Instructor in Chemical Engineering, 1917-
Earl' Clair Payne, B.S.Mech.E., Instructor in Engineering, 1918-1919.
Jean Petit, Instructor in French, 1918-1919.
Seymour William Pinner, M.E., Instructor in Descriptive Geometry and
Robert Harris Plasance, A.M., Instructor in French, 1908-1909, 1910-1915.
A." H. Plant,'Non-Resident Lecturer on Railway Transportation, 1910-1911.
George Herbert Rowe, B.S.E.E., Intructor in Electrical Engineering, 1892-'
John Howard Rowen, U.S.N., Acting assistant Professor of Mechanical
Engineering, 1914-1915; Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineer-
D. R. Scott, A.B., -B.S., Instructor in Political Economy, 1911-1912.
P noyer Levi Sherman, Ph.D., Instructor in General Chemistry, 1896-1899.
Charles Everett Skinner, A.M., Instructor in Rhetoric, 1906-1908.
Alice Gray Snyder,. M.D., (Mrs. Hugh Thompson), Instructor in Barbour
David Ellsworth Spencer, A.M., Acting Assistant Professor of History, 1892
. 1893. m
Carl Clifton Tarbox, Instructor in Rhetoric, 1903-1906.
Warren Simpson - Thompson, Ph.D., Instructor in Sociology, 1913-1915.
Willard Long Thorp, A.B., Instructor in Economics, 1920-1921.f
Benjamin Bruce Wallace, Ph.D., Instructor in Political Science, 1911-1912.
Charles May Williams, Instructor in Gymnasium, 1899-1901.
W. C. Wishart, Non-Resident Lecturer on Railway Transportation, 1911
St dent Emloyment puring Christmas Vacation:
Quite a number of students will remain in Ann Arbor (luring the ChristL
mas vacation and are desirous of obtaining work. They would lie fu-
time work if possible, but will be glad to take odd jobs if full-time work is
not available. The Students Employment Bureau will be open as usual
during the vacation period and ready to serve all who are interested.'
J. A. BUISLEY, Dean of Students.
:Mathematics, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
To avoid conflict with the general Faculty meeting, the meeting of the
mathematical staff called for Wednesday, Dec. 13 at 4 p. m. has been post-j
poned. J'. L. MARKLEY.
Physical Educatlon' VIII-41b:
'the class in Basketball Theory will meet Wednesdays at 3 in Room
109, Tappan Hall. MR. MATHER
ICivil Engineering 07 and 72: '~'~~' ~ -.
Undergraduate and graduate students who desire to enroll in Civil En-
gineering 67, "Highway Transport Economics and Surveys", or Civil Engi-
neering 72, "Gravel and Broken Stone Roads, Dust Prevention and Bitumin-
ous Surfaces", to be given during the Christmas Vacation from Dec. 18 to
30, should enroll in Room 407 Engineering building prior to Monday noon,
Dec. 18. No extra tuition is charged for either of these courses.
ARTHUR H. BLANCHARD.
Studcnts in Engineering and Architecture:
Supplementary examinations for the removal of deficiencies will be
held after the Holiday vacation, on the days given in the schedule which
is posted on the bulletin boards of the Engineering building. The proper
1 slip should be secured from the Secretary's Office before taking the exam-
ination. LOUIS A. HIOP-KINS,
Secretary Colleges of Eng. & Arch.
Musie Students Recital:
The following program will be given by the' Mure Students at the Uni-
versity School of Music auditorium, Wednesday 7:30 p. m.:
Prelude in C sharp minor .(Rachmaninoff) Dorr Legg; Hark, Hark, the
Lark (Liszt), Hex-a.ntanz (McDowell) M Tsung Dodg; Secrecy ciro
Wolf), A Maid Sings Light (McDowell), I heard a lark sing;--Glen) Doris
Howe; The Loreley (Liszt) Arthur Cooper; Momento Giojoso (Moszk'owski)'
Dama Godfrey; Concerto A minor' (first movement) (Bach) Gertrude Fried-
rich; Valse Oubliee (Liszt), Prophet Bird (Schumann), Moment Musicale
(Schubert Ermine Hackbarth; The Real Princess (Korngold) Lucile Bar-
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Twilight Organ Recital:
Harry Russell Evans will give the following program at the Organ Re-
cita.l in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday at 4:15 o'clock:
Fantasie on a Christmas Theme (Ashmall) ; Cradle Song, Opus 68, No.
5 (Grieg); Ave Maria (Schubert); Great Fugue on the name Bach (J. S.
Bach); Christmas Pastorale, Opus, 52, No. 1 (Harker); Hallelujah Chorus
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
Return of U. S. Government Rifles:
All students who have taken U. S. Rifles out from the R. 0. T. C.
return them to the Military Department this week.
Major, C. A. C.
Class Assembly will be held at 8 o'clock in Room 348 on 'Wednesday,
Dec. 13. It is important that every member, be in attendance, as the matter
of -theater reparations and other class business will be presented for dis-
cusslon and decision. W. C. HOAD,
Senior Necinainica Engineers:
The General Electric Company, of Schenectady,.N. Y., advise me that
they will be able to use a few of the men who expect t6 graduate In Febru-
ary. A number of interview blanks are on file in my office. Those inter-
ested please call and fill them out.
H. C. ANDERSON.
Demonstration of Slide Rule:
Mr. Parsons of the Physics Department will meet all who are inter-'
ested in a further discussion of the slide rule and its uses at 7.on Wednes-
day evening in the West Lecture Room.
N. H. WILLIAMS.
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
TAKE HOME WITH YOU A
LIMITED EDITION. 7500
A MICHIGAN INSTITUTION
transacted upon which a substantial vote of the organization is necessary,
so all members are urged to. be present if possible.
1 G. DEMMINK.
R. 0. T. C. Band:
All members urged to attend rehearsal Thursday, 7 p. m. ,Newberry
Hall. F. W. HOORN, Capt., S. C.
WH AT'S GOING ON
NOTICE--Copy for this column should
be submitted by 5 :30 o'clock of
the day before publication.I
6:15-Do Raphael club dinner in room
7:15--liloigan chapter of Americap
Association of American Professorsy
meets in room 304, Union..
7:15-La Sociedad Hispanica meets i
room 205, University hall.
7 :30-Bayonne club meets in room
sue of Whimsies must be in by Jan-
Special arrangements have been made
for students from Rochester, N. Y..
and vicinity for a special car to be
attached to the Wolverine next Fri-
day at 3:55 o'clock. All interested
are requested to call Allan Soults,
1070-M, at 612 Church street.
All men 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
ToINay is the last day for freshman
engineers to nay their class dues at
the $1 rate. After tomorrow's class
meeting they will by $1.25.
Magazine Subscriptions-Best Club
rates at Wahr's Bookstores.-Adv.
12:00-B shatuka club dinner in
12:0-Matinee Musical lunch in room
3:00-Matinee Musical meets in as.
sembly hall, Union.
4:00-J-Hop committeemen, both elee.
tive and eapppintive meet in room
4:00-Romance language department
meets -in room 304, Union.
4:15-Faculty meeting in Natural Sci-
4:15-Twilight organ recital in Hill
auditorium, Harry Russel Evans
6:15--Wayfarers' club meets in room
6:30-Quarterdeck dinner, room 325,
6:30-Wayfarers' club dinner in room
7:00-Delta Sigma Rho business meet.
ing in room 205, Mason hall.
7:00-Highland Park club meets in
room 306, Union.
7:00-Bay City club meets in Un-
7:15-Circolo Italiano banquet at Wil.
7:30-De Molay convocation, Masonic
:30-Westerners' club meets in Lane
7:30-All ex-service men's smoker in
reading room, Union.
7:0-Students' recital in School of;
7 :0-Web and Flange meets in room
:30-Student council meets in Union.!
8:00-All-Jersey smoker, Union.
8:0--Research club meets in Histo-
8;00-Dr. Lucy Elliot, of Flint, speaks
on "What I Saw Along the Volga,".
in Natural Science auditorium.
6 :00-Liberal club, dinner in room 323,}
All contributions to the
The nn Arbor Railroad
DEPENDABLE AND CONVENIENT
For accommodation of returning students Friday, December 15th
account Christmas Vacation following train service
Ann Arbor to Toledo will prevail:
Lv. Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M.(C.T.) 2:00 P. M.(C.T.) 4:30 P. M.(C.T
Arr. Toledo 2:00 P. .(E.T.) 5:00 P. M.(E.T.) 7:30 P. 1.(E.T
There will be a meeting of the Romance Club
Room 304 Michigan Union at 4:10 p. m.
Mr. N. S. Bement-Balzac before 1830.
Mr. A. Herman-The Semantics of Doublets in
(review of thesis by A. Menut).~
Wednesday, Dec. 13, in
Old and Middle French
A G. CANFIELD.
Chemical Engineering Students:
A mass meeting of all Chemical Engineering students is requested by
the Chemical Engineering Society, to meet in ropm. m1 Cheistry bilding
at. 4:30, Wednesda . Professor A. H1. White and Pr~ofessor W. L. BadgeOr
will speak. A. D. OETJEN
Unmversiy of Michigan Varsity Band: ,
Capes must lbe checked in to Assistant Manager Whie at LYe 1 o from
4:3'0-5:30 p. m. or 7-7:30 p. m. Wednesday, Dec. 13. No rehearsal.
CARLTON B PEIRCE, Manager
Members of Delta Sigma Rho:
There will be a very important meeting of Delta Sigma Rho Wednesday,
Dec 13, at 7 o'clock, Room 205 Mason Hll. Ixomj rtant business will .le
In order to protect Toledo connections a first section of Train No. 54
wlil be operated, leaving Ann Arbor 11:40 A. M. (C. T.), arriving
Toledo, 2:00 P. M., (E. T.), making no stops between Ann Arbor and
This Train Will Handle Passengers ONLY for Toledo
and Points Beyond
Would suggest purchase railioad tickets and check baggage in ad-
vance, so as to avoid unnecessary delay and confusion at train time.
Northbound trains Nos. 51' and 53 leave Ann Arbor, 8:10 A. M.
(C. T.) and 4:41 P. M. (C. T.) respectively connecting with Grand
Trunk, Michigan Central, Pere Marquette, and G. R. & I. for all prin-
cipal destinations in lower and upper Peninsula of Michigan.
IN ORDER TO PROTECT DURAND CONNECTIONS, A FIRST
SECTION OF TRAIN NO. ' WILL BE OPERATED LEAVING ANN
ARBOR PROMPTLY A 4:41 P.. M. (C. T.) FOR OWOSSO, MICH.,
STOPPING AT INTERMEDIATE POINTS TO DISCHARGE PASSEN-
For information regarding Fares,' Train Schedules, Reservations,
etc., apply to J. C. Elliott, Ticket Agent, Ann Arbor Station or the
E. W. Wells, Traveling Passenger Agent, will be at the Michigan
Union or Ann Arbor Station December 13, 14, and 15 and will also
be glad to furnish any information necessary in connection with
,. - -
H. A. MILLS,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
November 27, 1922
And it is a Merry Christmas to those who had the fore-
sight to start a savings account at this bank last year.
Now they have ample means to take care of that ever-
growing list of gifts.' I is so much better than trying to make
a meagre account stretch out over a large list.
Resolve non, to eliminate this trouble next year. An ac-
count in this bank will do the work.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK
"'he Bank of Friendly Service"
Have You Seen Our
Bring the children
along, they will
enjoy it. Nothing
just like it any-
The place for Musical
Christmas Gifts from
Beautiful Baby Grand Pianos
to musical toys for, children.
A full line of all musical instrument.;
Banking Distridt 110 So. Main St.
Today we display a bit of currency issued by The Banks of Commerce
The make up will be given for those who missed the regular;
ter examination in Philosophy I on Thursday at 4 p. m. in Room
Hall. WM. M.
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Gus Edwards' Legal Laughs
Wood's After Dinner Speeches
Reed's Conduct of Law Suits
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Is the time to redecorate those roomns
that need to be done for the "J-Hop"
LET US OFFER SUGGESTIONS