THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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AILY. OFFICIAL BULLETIN
>lication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all, members of
University. Copy received by tih Assistant tv the .Prosident until
0 p. m. (11:30 a. m.. Saturda-v.i
ue 4 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1923
The next regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held on Mon-
day, December 10, at 4:15 in the President's office.
F. E. Robbins, Secretary.
LiUnvaccinated Students: ,r
Students who have had no successful vaccinaton,.-are hereby totified
that as ,long as they remain unvaccinated, the Health Service will not be
financially responsible for their care, should they contract .Smallpox.
A third student has recently developed that disease and, we' are con-
cerned by the presence of it in several nearby towns.
ro All Students:
Students having in their possession books drawn from the University
Library are notified that all such books are due Monday, December 10, on
account of the impending Christmas vacation.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
ro Residents of League Houses and Dormitories:
It is imperative that all signing out slips be brought to the office of the
Dean of Women without delay. Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
Architectural Reception, Pageant, and Dinner:-
On Saturday afternoon, December 8, the architectural faculty will give
an informal reception for Professor and Mrs. Saarinen at 4:30 o'clock in
he Engineering Library. To this a cordial invitation.is extended to mem-
>ers of the various faculties and their wives. A number of batiks by. Mrs-.
Saarinen will be on display.
At .6:15 o'clock the architectural students will give a pageant in the ball-I.
'oon of the Michigan Union, tickets for which may be secured at Room 207
Lngineering Building, telephone 95 University, or at the desk of the Michi-
At 7:30 o'clock a dinner will be given in honor of Professor Saarinen
n the main dining room of the Michigan Union. The dinner is under the
oint auspices of the Michigan Chapter of the American Institute of Arch-
tects, the Michigan Society of Architects, the Architectural Society of the
Jniversity, and the architectural faculty. Owing to limited accommodations*
ut a few tickets remain available for the dinner and these may be secured
it Room 207, Engineering Building. Dinner tickets also admit to the pag-
ant. Arthur K. Hyde, Chairman.
students in Business Administration:
We are receiving calls from time to time from business firms looking for
nen graduating at the end of the present semester. Students interested in
ecuring positions at that time shoild leave their names at the office, 105,
Dconomics Building. E. E. Day.
Seniors in Business Administration:
Applications for the special certificate in Business Administration must
e filed on or before Friday, December 14. There will be no later opportun-
ty to register. . E. Day.
opography and Nap Reading:
A lecture accompanied by moving pictures will be given by Captain F. E.
ollins, of the R. 0. T. C., on Monday, December 10th, at 4:00 'p. m. in the
vatural Science Auditorium, The pictures will sh6w recent developments
f aerial photography applied to map making, and will be especially val-
able in visualizing topographic maps. The lecture will be of. great inter-
st to all engineering students, particularly civils, - to- all architects, and
andscape architects, to all interested in military training, motoring, moun-
ain climbing, road construction and real estate development. The lecture
'as been arranged through the courtesy of Major W. T: Carpenter. Mem-
ers of faculty will kindly announce to classes interested.
Alex L. Tro ut.
WHAT'S GOING ON
9:00--Joint meeting of editors and
business managers of W. C. E. A. in
second floor reading room, Union.
10:00-Students' Knicker Outing club
meets at the Congregational church
for a walk.
12:00-Union board of directors' lunch,
room 319, Union.
12:00-Alpha Omicron PI lunch, room
2:00-Matinee performances of "Cot-
ton Stockings." Delegates of W. C.
E. A. attend.
2:30-Sophomore lits' premiere dan-
sante in Union assembly hall.
0 : UnAlpa Chi Sigma dinner, room
tOO-SeWa'p and Blade Initiation In
7:00Alpha Epsilon P1 meets in room
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meet-
ing in Upper room, Lane hall.
7 :30.-Craftsmen meet in Masonic tem-
ple. Degree work.
7:30-Architects dinner, room 318,
8:00-Chinese Students' club election
and business meeting in Lane hall.
8:00OFInal local performance of Mich-
igan Union opera "Cotton Stock-
ings" at Whitney theater.
8:00-Unitarian students' union meet-
ing in church. Alfred W. Hobart,
national field secretary of the S.
F.. R. L. will be a guest.
9:30 a. m.-Uviversity, Mens' Bible
class in Upper room, Lane hall.
10:45-Christmas cantata in Congre-
12:00-Baptist Students' Bible class.
in Baptist guild house.
4:00-Society of Friends meets in Up-
per room, Lane hall.
4 :00-Un iversity chapter,.DeMolay,
meets in room 306, Union.
4;00-6:00-Reception for Major Arthur
in assembly room of Union.
5:30-Presbyterian Young Peoples' so-
ciety meets in Presbyterian church.
5:SO-Lutheran Students' Forum in
5:30-Congregational students' supper
in Congregational church.
6:00-Baptist students' gull socialj
6:30-Baptist students' devotional pro-
gram in Guild house.
Sophomore engineers pay class dues
onday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
afternoons in the engineering li-
brary. Dues are $1 if paid at this
time, or $1.25 if payed after vaca-
KELSEY TO READ PAPER
AT PRINCETON MLETIN6I
Prof. Francis W. Kelsey of the Lat-
in department will read a paper on "A!
Waxed Tablet of the Year 128 A.D."
before the fifty-fifth annual meeting
of the American Philological society
Dec. 27 to 29 at Princeton univer-
sity. The meeting is being hcld in
conjunction with the sessions of the
Archaelogical institute of America
and the College Art association of
Prof. Fisk Kimball of New York uni-
versity, formerly assistant professor
of architecture at Michigan, will ad-
dress the same gathering on "Luci-
ano da Laurana and the High Ren-
aissance." "Some Aspects of the Lit-
erary Art of Apuleius in the Meta-
morphosis" is the subject of B. E.
Perry, '15, of Western Reserve uni-
WOMEN IN LANSING
I have been so busy showing my rugs to
time to write my article about them.
Mrs. H. B.
Prof. Ralph H. Curtiss, of the as-
tronomy department and acting di-
rector of University observatory gave
an illustrated lecture on "What every-
one should know about astronomy"
before the Woman's club of Lansing
Daily classiftea ror rear results.
oday that I have not had
It will be continued to-
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As yet the lost chord has not
been found, but "Husk" O'Hare
is hot on its trail. He is due
to connect Friday night, the-
28th. This will be decidedly one
on Orpheus, Apollo, and Mozart, I
who fell by the wayside in their
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The Michigan Calendar
One page of the President and Deans-and twelve pages of Campus views, including the Clements
Library, New Engineering Laboratories, the Model High School, the Lawyer's Club, the new Literary
Building, Yost Field House and the New Hospital.
BOOKST O R E
R. EDWARD SAYLES, Minister
HOWARD R. CHAPMAN
Minister of University Students
Chur ch cvte
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
4th Ave., near Packard
G. A. NEUMANN, Pastor
10:30-"No Man LiveU Unto Him-
self," Mr. Sayles.
Would not Christianity
6:00-B. Y. P. U. at Church.
push more if more would try to
COACH BARKER ISSUES
CALL FOR WRESTLERS
Coach Barker of the wiestling
team has issued a call for all
men who are interested in trying
out for the wrestling team to
meet at the gymnasium at 9:30
'o'clock today. Thre wrestling
teams this year will be more of
a feature than ever before.
ersity of Michigan Band:
Special interurban cars will leave the I'nterurban Depot at 12 o'clock
today for trip to Dtroit. Further iustructions, will be given on the
>Full dress uniforms with capes. By order of the Director.
William Graulich, Jr. Asst. Manager.
12:00-Students' Class in Guild
House. Mr. Chapman's
topic: "The Christian Law
5:00 to 6:00-Students Friendship
6:00-Prof. Louis M. Eich will
give a reading of Dicken's
State and Huron Streets
SITDNEY S. ROBINS, MInister
Dec. 9, 1923.
9:45 A. M.
10:30 A. M.
Morning Service; Christmas Music
from Handel's Messiah. Sermon:
"Idealizing Great Men."
Professor Wood's Social Service
Young People's Supper
6:30 P. M.
Christmas Readings and Songs
"The principle of veracity in
CHURCH OF CHRIST
F. P. ARTHUR, Pastor
Sunday School at 9:00 a m.
9:00-Sunday School and Bible
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
Corner Third and West Huron Sts.
CARL A BRAUER, Pastor
9:30-Services in German.
11:30,-Services in English. Sermon
Subject: "Advent of, the
King of Glory."
5:30-Student Social Hour.
6:00-Students' Christmas Jubilee
7:30-Advent service, with sermon
by the Pastor.
Nights, - 500 to 2,5 0
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AT AND THE CANARY
Presented by the Company Which
Played Chicago All Last Season
is on sale at the
HRISTIAN SCIENCE READING
236 Nickels Arcade.
10:30-Morning Service. Sermon
Topic: "Christ for the World."
12:00-Men's Service Club, led by
Student Classes at Noon
In Lane HallReading Rooms
Mr. Coffman, Leader
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
E. C. STELLHORN, Pastor
"The beauty and strengthsof
Christ's doctrine of man as a
creature of God lies in the fact
that he assumed it with un-
shaken conviction of its truth
and acted upon it always and
10:30 A.M.-Holy Communion.
5:30 P.M.-Student Forum. Fol-
lowing the supper and
social hour, Joseph H.
Benkert will lead in
atcteristics of the Luth-
7:30 P.M.-S e r m o :."Christ's
All Services English
REV. L. F. GUNDERMAN, Pastor
9:30 A. M.-Sunday School with
10:30 A.M.-"The Naming of the
Fifth ATe. and William St.
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
REV. A. W. STALKER, D, D., Pastor
REV. W. SCOTT WESTERMAN, Associate Pastor
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE, Student Director
10:30 A.M.--Morning Worship: Pastor's Subject:
"THE CROSS AND BROTHERHOOD."
12:00 M.-BIBLE CLASSES at WESLEY HALL.
4:30-6:30 P. M. OPEN HOUSE at Wesley Hall.
6:30 P.M.-Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Subject:
"NEIGHBORS Ys: NEIGHBORS."
7:30 P.M.-Evening Worship. "THE MATHEMATICS OF GOD," by Rev.
W. Scott Westerman.
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH THE WARM WELCOME"
HERBERT A. JUMP, Minister E. KNOX MITCHELL, University Pastor
LUCY HUBER, Secretary for Women Students
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN GH URCH
REV. LEONARD A. UARRETT, D.D., MInister
LEWIS C. REIMANN, '16, Sec'y Men Students
MRS. NELLIE CADWELL, Sec'y Women Students
10:30-Morning Worship. Sermon Theme: "Vacations."
12:00-Classes for Students.
5:30-Social Hour and Open House, for all Students.
6:30-C. E. Meeting. Joseph K. Heckert, '24 M., will lead the meeting
-n "What Makes a Worth-While Vacation "
A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.
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Christmas music will be rendered by the choir. Willan's cantata,
"The Mystery of Bethlehem," new and never before heard in Michigan,
will take the place of the sermon at 10:45 a.m.
"Shah We Teach Morals and Religion on Week Days?" will be dis-
cussed at the Noon Forum by Edward Sargent of New York, a religious
8t. Anbrgiui ? Epiarnpat lipxsrcli
COR. CATHERINE AND DIVISION STREETS
HENRY LEWIS, RECTOR
CHARLES T. WEBB, Director Student Work
RACHEL HAVILAND, Secretary for. Student Work
Second Sunday in Advent.
A.M.-Morning Prayer and Address by Mr. Edward Sargent of the
Department of Religious Education, on "Week-Day Re-
to 12:30-Bible Classes for young people, 306 N. Division.
P.M.-Evening Service and Address by the Rector.
P.M.-Student supper in Harris Hall Professor Louis M. Eich will
give a reading of "A CIrIstmas Carol."
CALL 303 -W,
Read The Daily "Classified" Columns
The students will meet at 5:30 for supper, final returns on the
Loyalty Drive, and to Discuss "What Are the Outstanding Qualities of