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ULLETIN

on in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
rsity. Copy received until 3:2O D. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
THURSDAY, DECE ?tER 14, 19d Number 69

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OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
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. udents:
here will be a convocation in Hill Auditorium at 4:15 p. in., today,
day, Dec. 14, at which the attendance of all students in all depart-
of the University is earnestly desired. It is not, however, the in-
n. that students absent themselves from classes to attend this meet-
z, no regularly scheduled University exercises need be suspended for
eason. - The purpose of the convocation is to inform the student body
Issues and problems confronting the University regarding which it is'
tant that everyone conected with the University should be accu-
informed. The doors of the Auditorium will be open at 3:45 p. in.
M. L. BURTON.
of Advisors to Foreign Students:
oard of Advisors to Foreign Students will meet on Friday, Dec. 15, at
ek, Rooom 302 University Hall.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
'orelgn Student's Holiday:
ansting, Michigan, has sent an invitation to the students from other
at the University to spend their Christmas holidays in Lansing. The
kho wish information about this invitation will please report as soon1
sselle,to J. A. C. Hildner, Roorh 302, University Hal, M., T., Thr.,
-6 p. . The women interested are asked to report to Dean Hamilton
regular conultation hours.
J. A. C. HILDNER.
Oan Assocation of University Professors:
here will be a meeting of the Michigan Chapter of the American As-
ioi of University Professors in Room 304, Michigan Union, at 7:15
Thursday, Dec. 14. 'Election of officers and other important business.
C. B. VIBBERT, Secretary.
can Chemical Society, U. of M. Section:
henext'eeting will be held- today, Thursday, Dec. 14 at 4:15 p. m. in
a03 of the Chemistry building. Professor H. B. Lewis of the Depart-
of Physiological Chemistry will speak on "Some. Recent Advances in
ole of Prbteins in Nutrition." The Annual Business Meeting and
on of Officers will take place immediately afterward.
C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.
tt:,Collee of Literature, Scence, and the Arts:
brouh an error in mailing, some students havebeen sent the wrong
; 1etr, dealing with midsemester reports. Will any student who
sson toa think a,*"stake has been made in his case please inquire at
ce?
W.'R. HUMPHREYS, Assistant Dean.' ;
maties--College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
e postponed meeting of the Mathematics Staff will be on Friday,
,ii Room 110 Tappan Hall at 4 p. in. Statistics in regard. to all'
h5s ofn 4,1courses'of'pthe present semester.tConsideration of Bulle-
," coining Summer Session.
JO SEPH1 L. MARKLEY.
E 6'lebrin 67 and 72::
nrrgraduate and graduate students who desire to enroll in Civil En-1
lg 67, '"HIghway Transport Economics and Surveys", or Civil Engi-
g 72;"Gravel and Broken Stone Roads, Dust Prevention and Bitumin-
u;'es", to be given during the Christmas Vacation from Dec. 18 to
otiild enroll in Room 407 Engineering building prior to Monday noon,
. N~f o extra tuition is charged for either of these courses.
ARTHUR H. BLANCHARD.
a of U, S. Government Rifles:
l st Udents who have taken U. S. Rifles out from the R. 0. T. C. y
theim to the Military Department this week.
WILLIS SHIPPAM,
Major, C. A. C.
uttat Students:4
'. .Gerhardt, '17E, Aeronautical Engineer for the U. S. Air Service,
.Field, will talk on recent developments in aeronautics before an
meeting of the.Aeronautical Society. The meeting will be Thursday
g at 7:30, Room 340, Engineering building.
. ,. ° _GORDON T. WATE.
)RNA DOONE " TO DATES OF TRYOUTS
BENEFIT LEAGUE' SET BY MASQUE
ets are now on sale for the Masques entertained its tryouts this
tgpittie,, "ora Don",anI week with a reception and dance in
Spicture, "Lorna Doone", the parlors of Barbouragymnasium.
ation of Blackmore's, novel, This informal affair was for the pur-
will be shown for the remain- pose of allowing the members and
the week at the Majestic thea- those wishing membership in the club
- the benefit of the University to become acquainted as well as be-
hgan eague. Madge Bellamy,i ing given in appreciation of the help
BowerS, and Frank Keenan are which the friends of the organization
ars of the production. 'ga ve at the time of the annual pro-
idents of Martha Cook building dution this year.
charge of the sale of tickets, Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson, director of
may ti purchased directly from the club, gave a short talk in which
or at the booth in the library, he annouced the dates of tryouts as
eague booth in University hall, Jan. 9, 10, and 11. At a meeting of
.m's and Wahr's bookstores, the club immediately preceeding the
's drugstores, Mack's, and Van reception, Mrs. F. L. Schneider of the
ad'Cress. School of Music, and Louise Graham
___________ 23, were elected honorary nembers!
r MA( GIRLS' GLEE CLUB of the club in appreciation of the serv-
TO SING CAROLS TO ,IIT ices they gave in taking charge of
the music for both "The Yellow
mbling at 7 o'clock tonight in Jacket" and "The Knight of the
u'r gymnasium, the Freshman urning Pestle."
Glee club will sing Christmas!
through the. city. They will Faculty Women's Club Meets Tonight
,t the President's home and from The Faculty Women's club will,
will proceed to the women's E meet at 8 o'clock tonight in Barbour
tories. This Is a custom which 'gyminasiumn . Two plays will be pro-

tub has followed for a numbe} sented by the dramatic section of the
ar. 'organization.

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Georges Clemanecau at the grave of America's unknown soldier in
Arlington cemetry
M. Clemenceau, war-time premier of France, now touring the United
States, recently visited the grave of America's unknown soldier in Arlington
cemetery and paid silent tribute to A merica's war dead.
V A R I E D PR OGRAM ACCOMPANIES
INT RODUCTION OF WOMEN'S CHOR US

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. Matinee Musicale offered a varied
and rather pretentious program,1
partly of Christmas music, yesterday.
WHAT'S GOING. ON L.
NOTICE--Copy for this column should
be submitted by b:30 o'clock of
the day before publication.1
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THURSDAY
4:1--Convocation for all students ina
Hill auditorium.
4:15-American Chemical society
meets in room 303, Chemistry build-
in.
6:0- Liberal club dinner in room 323,
Union.
6:15-)o Raphael clib dinner in room
311, Union.
7:15-Mfcbigau chapter of Aimerlear
A.ssociation of American Professors
meets in room 304, Union.
7:15--La Sociedad Ilspanica meets In
room 205, University hall.
7:30-Bayonne club meets' in room
302, Union.
7::30-Aeronautical society meets in
room 340, Engineering building.
7:I 0--Belding-Grenville club meets in
room 304, Urnion.
8:00-St. Paul's Young Peoples' soci-
ety Christmas party at 420 W. Lib-
erty street.
FRIDAY
4:00-Matiematics st.Iff meets in room
110, Tappan hall.
U-NO'ilCES
All contriUtions to the January is-
sue of Whimsies must'be in by Jan-
uary 10.
i4pecial 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.
\ll group pictures for the 192 3Mich.
iganensian must be taken during
the month of January. All frater-
ntties, sororities, house clubs, and
campus organizations must pay for
their space in the 'Ensian before
these pictures (an be taken.
All Veterans of Foreign Wars may
obtain their pictures at Lyndon's
this evening.

afternoon in the assembly hall of the
Union. It was particularly marked
.by the initial appearance of the Mat-
ine'e Women's Chorus under the di-
rection of 'Frederick Alexander of
Ypsilanti. The chorus showed excel-
ent trainingtand sang with. feeling,
.though the' tone -qualities- were not:
consistently good. Technically its
performance was almost flawless.s Of
the three carols, that of. Verdi;, sung'
a capella, was most difficult of per-
formance, and that of Franck, the
most melodically beautiful and most
intelligible.
"LesbPreludes", one of Liszt's
twelve symphonic poems, arranged
for two pianos and played by Martha
Merkle and Grace Richards of the
School. of Musical faculty, was not
able for technique and tone, though
lacking in clinmax, and 'devoid"7 of ,the
color that its customary orchestral
performance supplies.'As a- duet, it
was irreproachably played.,-
Nora Crane Hunt, also of the School
of Music faculty; sang a group of
four songs, of which - Strauss' "Ich
trage Meine" was most beautifully
done and best suited to her voice.
Mendelssohn's Overture from Mid-,
summer Night's Dream, arranged for
four pianos, concluded the program.
R.N.H.

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SOLALIN DE SPEAKS
ON ALFONSO'S ART
"The Art . of King Alfonso, the
Learned" was the -topic of. the Uni-
versity lecture given Tuesday night
by Prof.;Antonio G. Solalinde, of Mad-
rid; who is acting as temporary pro-
?essor of' Spanish literature at the
University during the present school
year.
Speaking before a large group of
students and instructors, Professor
Solalinde outlined the artistic produc-
tions of this strange king, both in the
field of music and literature, and the
I effect of his work on modern Span-
I ish literature.
The lecture was illustrated by lan-
tern slides and by. examples of some
of Alphonso's songs, the latter being
rendered by violin and piano.
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To those of you who are oinG home wish a Very
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