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THE MICHI-IGAN DAILY

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Y OFFICIALD, ULLETIN

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.ication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday)

5

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1921

Number 22

rectory-
jalley proofs for the Directory are now being read. If any changes have
n made since the check lists and cards were prepared, we should be noti-
d at once. If any cards have not been handed in because of an anticipated
.nge, they should be mailed at once. Arthur G. hall.
Alography of Publications:
,equests have been sent out to members of the faculties for the years
:2-24 for the biennial reports on scholarly publications by members of
faculties. Prompt and careful attention to these requests is urged. Extra
nks may be had on application to the office of the Graduate School. The
-iod covered is that from July 1, 1922, to June 30, 1924. These dates have
be taken literally. It should be noted that on the forms sent out the dates
re erroneously given. A. H. Lloyd.
thematlcs-College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
'here will be a meeting of the Mathematics Staff on Friday, October 17,
4 p. m., in Room 108 Mason Hall. Joseph L. Markley.
Iversity Extempore Contest:
'he tryouts for the extempore contest will be held Tuesday afternoon, Oct.
at 4:00 p. m., in Room 302 Mason Hall. Speeches will be four minutes in
gth and may be on any phase of the general subject, "National Issues and
e Presidential Campaign." W. C. Dixon
versity of Michigan Band:
11 of the men makin'g the trip to Illinois must be present at the special
earsal tonight at 7:45 at the band headquarters In Morris Hall. At this
e the car assignments wilt be given. Only those men present at this time
I be taken. Report in full dress uniform with capes and black shoes. A
all travelling bag may be taken but uniforms will be worn the entire trip.
special train leaves at 10 o'clock campus time.
Arthur M. Smith.
outs for "Shavings":
he men wishing to tryout for parts in "Shavings" and other plays to bej
en in connection with the play production classes may meet Mr. Taylor at
0 o'clock today in the auditorium, University Hall.
lt D. E Hollister.

EDITORS TO HEAR
ABBO1TTAND SWUPE
Prominent Journalists will Address
University Press Club
Convention
VANDER LIP MAY COME
Willis J. Abbott, editor of the1
Christian Science Monitor, and Her-
bert B. Swope of the New York
World, will be the main speakers at
the annual convention of the Univer-
sity Press club of Michigan here No-
vember 20, 21, 22. The club is made
up of mentrepresenting the news-
papers of the state. A. L. Miller of
Battle Creek being president.
In addition the men in charge of the,
gathering are endeavoring to secure
Frank Vanderlip, noted New York
financier, to speak. Among the local
speakers to address the meetings will
be President Marion L. Burton, Prof.
Jesse S. Reeves of the political science
department, recently returned from
The Hague, Prof. W. A. Frayer of the
history department, Prof. T. E. Rankin1
of the rhetoric department, Prof. F1 N.
Scott of the same department, and
Prof. E. J. Burroughs of the journal-
ism department.
Professor Burroughs, who is head
of the committee arranging the pro-
gram for the convention, is planning
daily discussion groups to be led by
prominent newspaper men. The meet-
ings will all be held at the Union.
On Saturday afternoon, November
22, the delegates to the convention will
be the guests of the University at
the Michigan-Iowa football game on
Ferry field.
I a special wire has been granted the
graduates.
Illinois alumni have also been in-
vited to join the more than 75 Mich-
igan men iwho are expected to hear
the returns of the game. The same
wire will furnish a similar service for
the New York alumni who have ar-
ranged a large meeting for the oc-

ILLINOIS PREPARED TO PARK 10,000 CARS
1 CtAMRA3GN t A A 3' s ky
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Parkng pac fo 10,00 arshasbeen supplied in anticipation of the influx of motorists for the Mich-
igan-Illinois football game on Satur day, Oct. 18. "To Stadium" arrows w ill direct motorists to the parking
areas shown on the above diagram. 1 be well marked for some distance All streets leading to the stadium wil
outside the city and all the chief
thoroughfares will be one-way streets
on Satuirday. lflilllillR
Should it rain before the game
enough t9 make the parking areas
mAuddy, large signs will appear on 14/yar
all streets leading to the stadium in-a
structing motorists to park on the
city str'eets.

(WHAPS GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
he left ill the ho.< at ,lhe Daily office
provided for that purpose hefore 4
o'clock preceeding tli day of issue.
FRIDAY
4;00-Iay Production tryouts me
in University hall auditorium.
4:00-Mathematlcs staff meets
room 108, Mason hall.
7:00-- Young Peoples' society
Chr'istian churches meet in' La
hell for hike and weiner roast.
7:30--Senior society meets in ph
room of Newberry residence.
7:45-Band practice at Morris hall.
10:00-Special trains leave Michdig
Central depot for Illinois game.
SATIUDAY
3:00-llinois-Michigan results shioe
on gridgraph in Hill auditorium.
I:00-Presbyteriau plicnIc.
U-NOTICES
Senior pictures are on sale at t
'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every a
ernoon until Thanksgiving.
All campus organizations, fraternitie
sororities, and societies must ha
their contracts for organizati
space in the Michiganensian of(1
by Nov. 1.
Moscow, Oct. 16.-A rise of 12 ft
in the level of the river Amur h,
caused disastrous floods in Nikolask

re gion.

WILL PRS ENT
;ERlS FOR LEGUE

MIICHIGAN ALUMNI WILLI
REGEITE CAME RETURNSi

o Illois
Lieut. L. C. Leever, '18, who outlined
briefly the work for the year. In
the future the drills wil take place 25c
every Wednesday night at 7:30 o'-
clock in the R. 0. T. C. drill hall 2
and w ill consist of a one hour lecture o v i yEneHd nIrTrY
on navigation by Lieutenant LeeverOSTOR E
ership of C. G. Seaword, '26E.
BEAT ILLINOIS -

Further plans for the presentation
of the Marmein dances by the Ann Ar-
bor branch of the American Associa-
tion of University women and thej
University of Michigan Glee club!
were completed at a joint meeting of
representatives of the two organiza-
tions held Wednesday afternoon in
the Glee club room at the Union.
These dramatic dancers will appear
at 8 o'clock Tues'day, Nov. 25, in Hill
auditorium.
The American Associaion of Uni-
versity Women is presenting the Mar-
mein dancers for the benefit of the
University of Michigan League build-
lug.
Y. W.C.A. Women
Hold "We" Meet
Numerous questions were answered
yesterday afternoon at the "We" meet-
ing of the Y.. W. C. A.. which have
been in the air for several weeks.
Each chairman of the various "Y"
committees explained her work to the
new women in a unique way by the
use of pantomime or dialogue. Com-
mittee members declare that this year
is expected to be a record year for
the Y. W. C. A. as many novel and new
plans are being made. This was the
first general meeting of the associa-
tion this year.
BEAT ILLINOIS!

casion.
Special to The Daily
Schenectady, N. Y., Oct. 16.-Alum- Naval Reserves
ni of the University of Michigan here
will receive complete play-by-play re- ] M eet Commander
turns of the Michigan-Illinois clash
at Champaign tomorrow when their At the regular weely drill of
team dedicates the new Illini Mem- r the University of Michigan unit of
orial stadium. Through the courtesy the Naval reserve, the reserve mem-
of the General Electric company the hers were introduced for the first time
use of the Edison club hall here and to their new commanding officer,
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