THE MICHIGAN DAILY
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10,
THE MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10,
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. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)
Volume 5 FRIDAYO OCTOBER 10, 1924 Number 16,
Students and members of the faculty and staff of the University are cord
tally invited to take part in the exhibit of local art, in Alumni Memorial Hall'
which is to be the feature of Art Week, November 9-16, under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art Association. Original drawings and paintings in all mcd-
iums, photography, the handicrafts, and decorative household art will be in-
cluded in the exhibit. Articles for inclusion will be received November 5-7
at the office of Professor B. M. Donaldson, Room B. Alumni Memorial Hall.
The Association hopes to make the exhibit fully representative of the art
interests of this community. For the committee, F. E. Robbins.
College of Pharmacy Faculty Meeting:
There will be a faculty meeting of the College of Pharmacy, Friday, Octo-
ber 10, at 4 p. in., in Room 212, Chemistry Bldg.
C. C Glover, $ecretary.
Board inTontrol of Student Pablications:
A meeting of the Board in Control of Student Publications will be held
' the Ann Arbor Press Building next Saturday, Oct. 11, at 11 a. in.
F. N. Scott-.
J.istory Staff Luncheon:
There will be a luncheon of the History Department Friday, October 10, at
12:15 p. in., in Room 319, Michigan Union. B. W. Wheeler.
University of Michigan Band:
... The special train for the M. A. C. game will leave the Michigan Central
station at 9 o'clock, Ann Arbor Time. All men must be present with full dress
uniform, black shoes and capes. Instruments may be checked at the station.
The special train will leave Lansing at 7:30 in the evening. All men must
return to Ann Arbor that night unless they are excused by the director.
Arthur M. Smith.
The first meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, October 13,
at 4:15 p. m., in the President's office. Frank E. Robbins, Secretary.
All women students who are planning to drive to the out-of-town games, as
well as those who are going on the special trains, must sign up at the office
of the Dean of Women at least a week before the games.
Jean Hamilton, Dean of Women.
To All Members of the Faculty:
This is to announce that the Dictaphone Station located, at 102 Mason Hall
is maintained to render stenographic and typing service to all members of
the faculty for work of a strictly University nature. There is no charge for
such service. Ethel Whitchurch, Head of the Dictaphone Station.;
All fraternities, sororities, and League I-louses wishing to have space in
the Student Directory should hand in typewritten alphabetised lists of the
members of their organizations and the address and telephone number of
the house. These should be handed in immediately at the 'Ensian Office in the
Press Building. Charles Higley, Fraternity Editor.
Engineering Faculty Dinner:
Members of the engineering faculty who cannot get back from the M. A. C.
game fh time for the informal dinner at 7 o'clock at the Michigan Union in
honor of W. E. Wickenden, Director of Investigations of the S. P. E. E., are
urged to come in at 8 o'clock to hear Mr. Wickenden's address and to take
part in the discussion. X. E. Cooley.
All foreign students are cordially invited to the first meeting of the school
year to be held at Lane Hall, Saturday evening, October.11, at 8 p. n. The
program will consist of special music and informal games. All those interes-
ted in the program and work of this All-Nation Organization are welcome.
Rensis Likert, President.
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Every available room in the archi-
tectural college is being used to ac-
comodate the students of that school.
Many difficulties are being faced as
the enrollment is the largest that the
College of Architecture has ever had.
Classes in free hand drawing, which
normally have about 18 or 20 students,
I have more than 30 in some instances.l
I Extra instructors have been hired this
fall but the increase in students is so
great that more arrangements must
yet be made. An attempt is being
made to diminish the size of classes
so that the standard of work will re
main as high as usual.
The architectural college of the Uni-
versity iT one of the largest in the
country. It is part of the program
of those in charge to yearly secure
some noted architect, such as Eliel
Saarinen of Helsingfors, Finland, to
act as visiting professor for a year
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12:15-History staff luncheon in room FRIDAY
4:00-5:30-Girls' Glee club tryouts in Will Be Delivered on
School of Music. IUIi-
4:00-Facusty of School of Pharmacy SATURDAY
meets in room 212, Chemistry build- '
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7:30-Erie club smoker in Union.
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8:l00-Special train for Lansing leaves
Michigan Central depot.
8:00-Band formation at Michigan
Central depot. }l
11:00-Board in Control of Student
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Senior pictures are on sale at the
'Eilisian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
All campus organizations, fraternities,
sororities, and societies must have
their contracts for organization
space in the Michiganensian oflice
by Nov. 1.1
IN PHYSICS ANNOUNCEO I
"The United States Civil. Service
commission announces a competitive
examination for a junior physicist.
"An examination for junior physicist
will be held throughout the country
on November 19. It is to fill vacan-
cies in the Bureau of Standards, De -
partmnent of Justice, at an entrance
salary' of $1#O0 a year. Advancement
In pay may be made without change
in assignment up uto $2400 a ye a -
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