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DA L NOF C A -8 ULLEPublication in the Bulletin is constructive ndtlcO to ill methbers of
tLhe University. Copy received by tf Assistant tt the J)!04dont until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. mn,. Saturday--
Volume 4 WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 192w Number 681
To The Deans:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday,;December, 12,
at ten o'clock. Al 1.. Burton.
Freshnman Elections:
All Freshman Literary students will receive fromn their; Rhetoric in-
structors today and Thursday, second' semnester election sheets. They are
urgently requested to fill these out carefully .en~d; hand them In at the Reg-
istrar's office this week without fail. Any Freshmen who do not receive
sheets from their Rhetoric Instrucors .; should 'obtain them, immeditely
fr~om the Registrar's office. It is important that every Literary Freshman
should attend to this matter this week. Arthur 0. Rall, Registrar.
Freshmen and Entering Vpperelass Women:.
All freshmen and entering upperciass women, who have missed either
the first or second discussion group of the Camplis Act1itelecture series
will be given an opportunity on Wednesday, December 12th, at; 4 o'clock to
make up last work. Bring blue books. Jean Hamiltoni, Dean of. Women.
Foreign Student Holidays:
The people of Lansing have sent their annual invitation to foreign stu-
dents to spend Christmas vacation in Landing:..
There are some families 4n Detroit also who Would ike to entertain
foreign students at that time.
For particulars inquire at 302 Un iversity HfAll, M. T. Th. F. at 4 o'clock
p. m. University phone 1104J; Residence phone 3287"M.
J. A. C. Hildner.,
Public Speaking for Engineers:
Program for Dec. 12, room 348 Eng.-Bldg., includes E. H. rWatts, Chair-
man ; W. H. Arnold, 0. A. Colegrove,., G. C. Arnold, W. B. Buchbinder, H. G.
Iler, G. M. Bolton, J. 'K. BuIrer, as speakers. j K. Buliner.
Cii tEngineers:
Student Chapter, Am. Soc. 'C. E. Regular December meeting, room 321
of the Union Wednesday at 7I:30. '' W. Presteii, Pres.

R. 0. T. C. format ion for 3:00 P. X. Wednesday, Decewber lath: Foreign Rule Ilnsatisfaetory
Officers and Seniors: at R. 0. T. C. office. Manila, Dec. 11.-Senator Osmena, a
Noncommissioned Officers and Juniors at room 343 EFngine4,rinug Build- leader of the P'hilpine ,legislature,
ing_ speaking at the U niversity L.aw school,
Sophomores and Freshmen, Coast Artillery Unit at room 330 E~ngineer - said foreigners have not been able, and
ing Building. never will be able to rule the islands
Uniforms are not required. to the satisfaction of the people.
No formation for the 'Band or for Sophomores and Freshnm of the
Infantry, Ordnance and Signal Units. William T. Carpenter.


12:30-Matinee Musicale luncheon inJ
room 319, Union.
3 :00-Day. nursery section of the Fac-'
ulty Women's club meets in club-
house at 226 South Ingalls.
4:00 -Scabbard and Blade meets InIR.!
0." T. C. office.
4:00.6:00--Open house ini Harris lhall.1
7 :00-Vaiesty band practice in Cath-
olic chapel.
7:30-American' Society of Civil engin-
ters meets in room 321, Union.
7:30-Freshman groups mieets in Un.-
jion as, follows :; Group 2, reading
room; group 3, room 323; group 81
(Denby), room 325, Union.
7:30-Sigma Alpha Beta meets In
room 304, Union.
7:30-Chamber of Commnerce meets inI
room 306, Union.
7:;45-DeMolay holds weekly meeting
in Harris hall..
8 :00-Choral Uniion concert In hill
auditoriu, Zim'balist playing.

Sophiomore en ineers pay cia ss dues
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
afternoons in the engineering libra-
ry. D~ues are $1 if paid at this time,
or $1.2:5 if payed after vacation.
He Will Preside
Wizen Governor
Mc Cray Is Tried



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Christmas Vacation Courses:
Civil Engineering 07, "Highway Transport Economics and Surveys",
and Civil Engineering 72, -"Gravel and. Broken Stone Roads, Dust Preven-
tion and Bituminous Surfaces", will be given during the period, December
17th to 20th. Each of these professional graduate courses count' for two
hours credit in the Graduate School and, the College of Engineering, and
consist of 30 lectures and not less than 45 hours of "outside library research
work and reading. Undergraduates in Civil Engineering,.,by :action of the
Faculty of the College of Engineering, may take either' of these. courses for
credit towards the degree of B. S. E. Other students. of the University are.
eligible to attend these courses but credit, except in the case. of Graduate
Students, cannot be. obtained unless approved by the Fraculty under which
they are registered. The period -from noon, December 22nd, to noon, Dec-
ember 26th, will be afllowed for. the celebration oi Christmas.< The _final
examination in those courses will be h eld on December '25th., All 'students
must register in Room 1026, E~ast Engineering Building. No extra fees are
charged University students. A. It. Biancluird..

)nautical Engineers and Chamber of Commerce:
Mr. Win. B. Stout, president of the Metal Aeroplane Co. of Detroit, trill
a talk on heavier than'air craft in room 306 of the Union Wed. night at
'p. in. under the auspices of the University Chamber of Commerce. You
invited to attend. IL~ J. Chick, Jr., Publicity Direetor.



12 :00--Dental faculty lunch in Union.
4':00-Meeting of J-Hop committee in
room 308, Union..
4:15-M~usical recital In School of Mus-
ic auditorium, given by the advance
6:30--County Medical society dinner,
-roomrs 318-20, Union.
7:30-Newark club meets in room 32,
'17:30-Gun and Blade club nmeets in
room 304, Union.
7:3-La Sociedad Hlispanica meets in
room 203, Tappan hall.
7:0-V-eterans of Foreign Wars meet
Sin room 306, Union.
Exhibition of photographs of works of
Prof. Eliel Sarrinen, in west arcbi-
tectural drafting room. Enter
through arch door on diagonal walk.
Tickets.1Travelers Checks, Letters of Credit. Tour-
f( t Insurance. etc., Passport. visaes. clearance
pprreadmission afmdar'its, ete.. Information..
AL Europe, Orient, Cruises, Tours, etc.
bur lalized papers bring relatives and friends to
!U. S. from foreign ecountries. £INSURANCE.. All
Ikinds. Best Co's. for your business, borne, auto. etc.
E. G. KUMBER, 601 E. Huron St.
Phone '184 r ANN ARtBORMUICH.
712 Arbor Street
Near. State and Pickard Streets

Judge. James It. Collins
When Warren T. McCray, governor
of Indiana, is brought to trial in Jan-





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uadrangle will meet at the home of Professor Phillips, 1954 Cambridge
id, Wednesday at 8 p.. m..ME. G. Burrows will read a paper, "Cabell on
ell." ... Lisle .Rose, Clerk.

u tar on eight indictments charging em- ------
bezzlement, forgery and larceny in One page of the President andi Deans- -and twelve pages 01
connection with his $3,000,000 collapse, Library, New Engineering Laboratories, the Model High School,
rhe will face Judge James M. Collins, Building, Yost Field House and the New Hospital.
of the Marion county criminal court __ __ __ Price 75Cc-
Iwho has been assigned to hear the
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lhway Transport Club:
-There will be -a joint meeting of the Club and the Ann Arbor Branch of
eo Detroit Automobile Club at 8:00 p. m. on Thursday, December 13th, in
oom 1213, East Engineering Building to discuss the Gas, and Weight Tax
iMotor Vehicles.
All interested are cordially invited to attend,.
A. H. Blanchard, Secretary.
'atorical Board:
. The Board will meet this afternoon at .5 o'clock in Mason, Hall.
J. K. -Dunn.
delphl Debate Tryouts:
The men's tryouts for Varsity, debate from the Adelphi .will, be held in
e Adelphi rooms, Wednesday at 7:30.' Ray Alexander, Speaker.
ii Sigma Initiation and Banquet:
The Phi Sigma" initiation and banquet will be held at the Michigan
ion on Wednesday, December 12th at 6 o'clock. L. R. Wagoner.
horal Union Concert:
Efrem Zimbalist, Violinilst, will give the next concert in the Choral Un-
,n Series, Wednesday evening, December 12, at 8:00 o'clock in -Hill Audit-
ium, The program Is as follows:
Prelude (Bach); Concerto. Allegro molto appassionato, Andante, Alle-
o nmolto vivace, (Mendelssohn); Gavotte and Musette, Berceuse, Im-
onptu (Tor Aulin) ; Cherry ripe, Danse (Cyril Scott); Carmen.( Bizet-Sar-
ate). Accompaniments by Emanuel Bay.R
Char-les: A. Sink, Secretary.
uversity of i chigan Band:
Rehearsal tonight' at 7 p. mn. at Band Headquarters.- By order of the
rector. William Graulich, Jr., Asst. Manager.
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