THE MICHIGAN DAILY
D A ILYOBULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received, by the Assistant to the President until
8:30 p. i. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.r
Volume 4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1923 Number 36
Faculty Record Blanks:.
It has been for several years customary to keep in the President's of-
fice a confidential file containing records of the academic career of each
member of the Faculties. This file was established by advice of the Deans,
and has proven extremely helpful, particularly at times when the budget is
under consideration. It is the President's earnest desire to keep the records
up to date. With this in view, record blanks are being sent out to new
members of the Faculties and to those who have not yet filled them out.
May I ask for the,help of the members of the Faculties in maintaining this
record, and that the blanks be promptly filled out and sent to my office? I
shall be very grateful for such co-operation. Frank E. Robbins.
Clirysanthemums in Bloom:
The chrysanthemums are now in blossom at the Botanical Gardens of
the University. The greenhouses are open during daylight hours and visit-
ors are welcome. Neither plants nor flowers are for sale. H. H. Bartlett.
American Chemical Society, U. of ,i. Section:
The next meeting of the local section wil be held on'Friday, November
9th, at 4:15 p. m. in the Chemical Amphitheatre. Professor F. C. Whitmore
of'NorthwesternUniversity will speak on "Recent Developments in the Or-
ganic Chemistry of Mercury."
- All interested are invited to attend.
C. C. Meloche, Secretary.
University of Michigan Band:
Saturday, 1 p. m. rehearsal in U hall auditorium. 2:00 p. m. Grid graph
game at Hill Auditorium. Fatigue uniform., Capes will not be issued.
William Graulich, Jr., Asst. Manager.
Choral Union Concert:
Vladimir De Pachman will give the following all-Chopin program in
Hill Auditorium, Monday November 5, at 8:00 (Eastern Time):
Nocturne, Op. 27, No. 1 C sharp minor; Third Ballade, Op. 47, A flat ma-
jor; Fourth Scherzo, Op. 54, E major; Etude, Op. 10, No. 7, C major; Etude,
Op. 25, No. 2, F minor; Etude, Op. 25, No. 3, F major; Etude, Op. 25, No. 7,
C sharp minor; Berceuse, Ord. 57, D flat major; Polonaise, Op. 40, No. 1, A
major; Prelude, Op. 28, No. 3, G major; Prelude, Op. 28, No. 3, G major, Pre-
lude, Op. 28, No. 22, G minor; Prelude, Op. 281 No. 15, D flat major; Mazur-
ka, Op. 67 No. 4, A minor;' Mazurka, Op. 33, No. 4, B minor; Valse (Post-
humous) E minor; Valse, Op. 70, No. 1, G flat major; Grande Valse, Op.
42,A A fiat major.
To avoid confusion, holders of season tickets are requested to detach
and present for admission coupon Number "2".
A limited number of single tickets are available for this concert.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
Play Production Plays, (Public Program:
The classes in Play Production and Interpretive Reading will present
the following series of plays and recitals as a part of their work for the
November 8th-"Toller's Wife," by Cosmo Hamilton. "The Locked
Chest," by John Masefield. "Modesty," by Paul Herviei.
November 13th-"Mark Twain," by Professor T. C. Trueblood.
November 30th-"Dulcy"-A three-act comedy by George S. Kaufman
and Mark Connelly.
January 10th-Miscellaneous Interpretation, by students in Interpre-
January 24th-"Beyond the Horizon"-a three-act tragedy by Eugene
A nominal charge will be made for the series. Tickets may be ob-
tained from students in classes in Public Speaking or at Wahr's on State
Street or the Goodyear Drug Company on Main Street.
R. D. T. Hollister.
iWHAT'S GOING ONp
2:15-Iowa-Michigan football game on
the Grid-Graph at Hill auditorium.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets
in Lane hall.
'7:30-Craftsmen club meets in Mas-
9:30-University Men's Bible class
meets in Lane hall.
6:30-John Francis Glynn speaks on
2:00-Philippine-Miciigan club meets
in Lane hall.
3:30-Jewish Students' congregation
meets in Lane hall. Mr. Milton M.
Alexander of Detroit, speaks on
"Forms of Propaganda."
6:30-John Francis Glynn speaks on
"What Makes a Criminal" in Unitar-
ian ichurch parlors.
'6:30-Wesleyan Guild meeting. Fresh-
man women will have charge of the
A new addition to the dis-
tinguished candy line-
7 00-Scalp and Blade meets in room
302 at the Union.
7 30-Wesleyaq Guild lecture. Edwin
The Ann Arbor Art association an-
nounces an' exhibition of famous
paintingsain Alumni Memorial hall
Nov. 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition,
will be free to the public.
Seniors who have not yet obtaIned
their photographers' receipts must
do so as soon as possible. The
Michiganensian office is open from
2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat-
Mexico City, Nov. 2.-The presi-
dential campaign proceeds. Three
more men have been wounded in
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