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'ring a more intimate service, accord-


Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday. t
Volume 4 SUNDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1923 Number 19
Faculty, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The first meeting of the Literary Faculty will be held Monday after-
noon, October 15th, at 4:10 in the lecture room of the Library.
John R. Effinger.
To the Deans:
There will be no conference of the Deans on Wednesday, October 17.
M. L. Burton.
Faculty Directory:
Numbers of recently installed telk phones can still be inserted in the
proof of the Faculty Directory, if han(ed to me at once.
Arthur G. Hall, Registrar.
Women's Organizations:
The Presidents of the women's dramatic and debating clubs, and hon-
orary societies are requested to file immediately with the Dean of Women
a full list of members and officers.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Required Health Lectures for Women:
First lecture for freshmen women-Oct. 18th at 7:00 p. m. in Sarah Cas-
well Angell Hall.
First lecture for entering sophomores and old students who have lec-
tures to make up-Tuesday, Oct 23rd at 7:00 p. m.
Those who have not had a series of lectures elsewhere that have been
accredited in our Physical Education Department are required to report.
Margaret Bell, M. D.
Psychology 7:
The first regular meeting of the Research Club for 1928-4 will be held
on October 17 at 3 p. m. in the Histological Laboratory.
The following papers will be presented:
"Trial and Error in Mental Processes" by Professor W. B. Pillsbury.
"The Metabolism of Certain Aminp-Acids" by Professor H. B. Lewis.
Election of officers for 1923-4. ..
T. H. Hildebrandt, Secretary.

Neighbor's Fu nds

Minister To Aid
Wife Who Killed
Another Pastor

To pledge support to the team and1
to put the pep into the men to win theI
Ohio State game Saturday the entire
student body will gather at 5 o'clock
next Friday afternoon in Hill auditor-
ium for the first big football pep meet-
ing of the year.
Speeches, yells and songs are ex-
pected to make the gathering one of
the most enthusiastic ever held. The
meeting will be the final send-off of]
the team by the Student body to what
it hopes will be another row of Con-
ference victories and the "Champion-
ship of the West."
TheStudent council hastasked
prominent alumni to address the stu-
dents at this meeting in addition to
other speeches given by Michigan men.
The council wants this to be an all-
Michigan gathering in which students,
alumni, faculty members and friends
will all come together for the one pur-
pose of giving the team a great dem-
onstration of loyalty and spirit.
As the Galli-Curci concert is sched-
uled for 8 o'clock Friday night the
council originally set 6:15 o'clock as
the time for the pep meeting. This
has been changed to 5 o'clock, how-
ever, so as not to inconvenience stu-
dents at the dinner hour.
The Varsity band will be present
at the meeting, after a short parade
which they will hold outside the aud-
itorium. The permanent Varsity
cheerleader, which will be picked this
week, will appear for the first time at
this meeting.
The Student council committee in
nhn.onnF hn nn~no a nntd iW

A system that will allow a complete
knowledge of the work being carried
on by the upperclass advisors will be
inaugurated this year by the Upper-
class Advisory committee of the Un-
ion and put into effect immediately.
The committee will inaugurate a com-
plete check on the work of the ad-
visors through the system.
Each member of the Upperclass Ad-
visory committee will be assigned to
a certain number of upperclass ad-
visors and will get in direct touch,
with each of the advisors. Not only
will the committee members thus be
able to offer advice to the advisors but!
they will be able to have a complete
record of the amount of work carried
on among the freshmen by the upper-
Checks of the work of the advisorsI
has been carried on through a sys-#
tem of sending cards to the upperclass-j
men and asking them to return them
with an account of their work in pre-
vious years. The new system will

Eng to Merriamu.
Harry Russell Evans, formerly of
the School of Music faculty, and now
organist and choir director at the
First Presbyterian Church of Bay City,
has composed a Christmas cantata,
"The Coming of Christ," which he will
produce with his choir on December
23. The cantata makes use of varied
and interesting forms 4f voice com-
binations, and is said to give evidence
of excellent musicianship and ability.
Mr. Evans has given several organ
recitals in Bay City, organized a choir
of boys' voices, and is now teaching.
Seats on the stage and standing
room for the Choral Union concert
to be given by Mme. Amelita Galli-
Curci on Friday evening, will go on
sale tomorrow at the office of the
School of Music. The number of stage
seats will be limited, and the price is

xike Raggini
Mike Angelo Raggini, called the
"East Side Caruso" by his friends
around Moft. street, New York's east
side, has sailed for Italy to study op-'
era singing. His acquaintances pooled
funds to send him. Giacomo Lawn-
Voldi of the Metropolitan Opera com-
'pany, is also aiding him in his career.

Rev. Nichols Strutynsky
Rev. Nicholas Strutynsky, pastor of
a Raney, Pa., church, has announced
he will stand by his wife who recently
shot and killed Rev. Basil Stetsuk in
the 'St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox
church in Chicago. Mrs. Strutynsky
says she killed Rev. Stetsuk "to help
things in Europe" to keep him from
"putting it over the masses."


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12:00-Congregational church forum
meets in Congregational church.
12:00-fethodist students Bible class
meets in Wesley hall.
12:00-Baptist students meet i n
Guild house.
2:45-Presbyterian students meet in
Lane hall for University hospital
8:00-Jewish Student congregationj
mneets in Lane hall.,
4:80-Open househ inWesley hall.
5:80-Student forum in Zion Lutheran
parish hall.
5 :45-Soci l hour and supper in Uni-
tarian church.
6:00-Baptist students social hour.
6:15--Congregational students' hour
in Congregational church.
6 :30-Wesleyan. guild meeting.
6:30--'Baptist guild meeting.
7 :30-University Sunday Services ink
Hill auditorium. .
12:00- Journal club luncheon at
, Union.
8:00-Freshman health lecture.
4:00-Freshman health lecture.
6:00-Exchange club dinner at Union.
6:00.- University, hospital surgical
stafC dinner at'Union.
7:00--Freshman health lecture.
8:00--ien's Educational club sunok-
er at Union.'
Pencil sketches and etchings by Cze-
cho-Slovakian artists now on exhibit
in the architectural corridor of the
Engineering building.
Manuscripts for Whimies now \ne-
cepted. Address Whimies, 'Press!
Chimes subscriptions are payable at
the Chimes desk, upstairs, at the=
Press building, Monday, Tuesday,!
and Wednesday, Oct. 16, 17 and 18.
It's true efficiency to use Daily I

Store Exhibnts
Posters Of Past
Black Fridays

Willard F. Keeney, '84L, who was charge of the meeting is Donaa w.
traveling in Japan shortly after the 'Steketee, '24, and Edward M. Fox, '25E.
earthquake there, gave his impressions A pep meeting for the Venderbilt
of the disturbed area in a recent let- game yesterday was found inadvis-
th'able, it was announced due to the lec-
ter to Prof. William H. Hobbs, of the ture held in Hill auditorium Friday
geology department.
"Itis not too much to say," he Rtat-ng

Black Friday posters as .they ap- In_-- --
ated!o..timday, LsGen f Ies in part, that Yokohama has been,
peared to intimidate freshmen of past blotted out of existence. The devast- '
the window of the Campus Barber FIRST GAmRGOYLE cmpIeeLthUdun
classes, are now being exhibited in 'ation is much more complete than that,
the wndowof te Camus Brberthat, for example, at Ypres or Verdun,IFRT68U EIS
shop on North University avenue, for other destroyed towns in the devast_
where they attract large crowds of ated regions of Southwest Belgium
curious spectators, among whom ad rn WillA TE
members of the class of '27 figure a rane"
prominently. Mr. Kenney is a member of the firm Gargoyle, campus humor pu
One of the oldest posters is that of attorneys of Butterfield, Keeney and tion,, will make its firsb appeara
which was issued by the class of 1908 Amberg, of Grand Rapids. He and his the year Tuesday morning.
to the freshmen of 1909. Then ap- two sons spent the summer in travel- changes have been made fron
pears another put out by the class ing through China, Japan, and Korea. jyear's magazine, notably an in
of 1911, wherein the freshmen are in- in the number of -pages and a
structed to appear for combat on HONORARY CHEMICAL FRATER- cutting in the page size.
Medic green. Contrary to all cus- NITY TO SELECT MEMBERS The first issue while not, pril
tom, the freshman class of 1912 issued a freshmen number will be 1
a warning to the sophomores a por- IoaSgaPnainlhnrr devoted to the activities of' the
t nof which follows:"ray! Ye Iota Sigma Pi, national honoraryd tmettha es ta
I chemical fraternity for women, will 'year men and women. Footba
Poodles. Ye pale, puny, pitiable pen- soon begin the selection of new mem- Isporty of the season, also will r
ny packers, ye paralytic, parsimonious sooisnue Te asineogWstH
, bers, whose initiation will take placei
rrotspartakeo arkr sometime in December. Only those be depicted by pen and fitting
"Port" and "Pale." Ye peculiar parts smtm nDcme.Ol hs on the opening page. Most of th
of humans who aspire not to pass outvomen are eligible who have taken h
of the state of parvinanity, but per- yat least thirteen hours of chemistry y type supplemented by sketch
sist in perpetuating your putrid hab- and have an average grade of B. one full page drawing
its." There are three other sections Plans for this semester were made Illustrations in this first iss
of similar content containing dire' at a 'business meeting of the sorority not be as plentfiul as in some
threats directed at the second year which was held recently at the Delta later magazines, when it is p
men. Delta Delta house. Meetings will be to seeathe wrk of iomp
"Buy campus tickets, your pots are held every two weeks, and at every Much the same policy will be
not penwipers, you will be rejected second meeting, some member of the'edhthsaeaaslast wnludeR
from the front seats and boxes of the chemistry department, or a chemist publication of severalspecial
Whitney, stay off the streets at night, from outside the city will address the uc as th seMeO1C. numi
keep out of Joe's, you cannot buy Society. sues such as the B.M.O.C. num
'Hamburgers with,' spend nothing it.
Ypsi but' your money." The above Choral Union to Rehearse Tuesday STUDENTS ENTER
were some of the words of advice that First rehearsal of the Univer- TRAINING COU
were given the freshmen by their au-: sity Choral Union chorus will be held
gust sophomore advisors. Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the
School of Music. All members are re_ R. C. Baker, '23, L. T. Rice,'
Stanchfeld to Speak on India quired to be present. Fees for mom- K. Swartz, '23, and E. A. Frands
Men students taking courses in ed- bemorro aa mue i ut be pai o-haeursentere theueneraElectric
ucation, and faculty members teach- mosio c ousey theneal Nectr
Music. pany at Schenectady, New York

nce of
mm last
e first
11l, the
all will
,e ma-
es and
e will
of the
ng the
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'23, B.
on, '23,

Men desiring to tryout for the Un-
Ion opera orchestra, which will ac-
company the production on its tour,
are asked to report for tryout from 4
to 6 o'clock in the afternoon or from
7 to 9 o'clock in the evening tomorrow
or Tuesday in the assembly hall of the
Union. Men playing stringed instru-
ments will be heard by the committee
in the evening, while musicians play-
ing all other instruments will tryout
during the afternoon hours.
Each contestant is asked to bring
with him some piece of music whicn
he will play before the committee.
Men playing piano, first and second
violins, cello, trombone, clarinet, cor-
t et, base viol, flute, French horn,
drums, and, oboe are eligible to tryout.
Fuel Ship Whitney Christened
Boston, Mass., Oct. 13-(By A,P.)--
The United States fuel ship Whitney
was christened here Friday. - Mrs.
Roderick Tower, of New York city
performed the ceremony.
Daily classified for real results.






THE smartness of a Stetson is only
the first step-real appreciation of
Stetson quality comes after long wear.




ig such courses, are invited to attend D. C. Millard, '23, is now employed
he second meeting of the Men's Edu- -in the drafting department of the
itional Club, at 7:3 Oo'clock tomor- Penn Defeats Swarthmore, 13-10 General Electric company, and ex-
Ow evening in the upper reading' Philadelphia, Oct. 13.-(By A.P.)-, pects to enter the students' training
>om of the Union. 0. 0. Stanchfield The sturdy Swarthmore college foot- course there within the next six
ill speak on India. Refreshments ,ball team gave the University of Penn- months.
re to be served. sylvania a bad scare on Franklin field
today, and was defeated only after a "Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
Daily classified for real results. fight by the score of 13 to 10. quickly. -Adv.

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A smart turn-out for the more for-
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