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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Publication in the Bulletin Is constructive notice ti all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th P -esident until
3:30 p. m. (11;30 a, m. SaturdayA
Volume 5 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1924 Number 41

Notice to All Faculty Members:
At the meeting of the Regents held February 25, 1921, the Board made the
purchase of an annuity in the Teacher's Insurance and Annuity Association
of America, a condition of employment in the case of all members of the
Faculties thereafter engaged except instructors of less than three years'
standing, with whom such purchase is optional.
Members of the Faculties and others connected with the University can
obtain at the office of the Secretary of the University full information con-
cerning their privileges and responsibilities with respect to life annuities.
Specimen policies, rate books, and reports of the Teachers' Insurance and
Annuity Association are on file for distribution. Ask for Mr. Buckley, As-
sistant Secretary.
The University will contribute equally with the members of the Faculty,
within certain limits, to the provision of the old age annuity. The faculty
member thus purchasing an annuity receives under such conditions 100 per
cent upon his contribution plus 4 per cent per annum on the entire sum in-
volved, and these accumulations are non-forfeitable to him in any case.
Shirley WV. Smith, Secretary of the University.
To Professors and Instructors:
All those wishing to have their salary checks deposited monthly, kindly
arrange to do so by calling at the Secretary's office before November 24th.
Edith J. Smith, Payroll Clerk.
Faculty Metting College of Literature, Science and The Arts:
The monthly meeting of the Faculty will be held November 10, 1924, at
4:10 p. m., in room 2225 of the New Literary Building. This room is at the
north end of the second floor.
Order of business:
I. Report of Committee on Attendance.+
2. Report of Committee on Conduct of Examinations.
3. Report from Dean on Scholarships. John H. Effinger.

lNyciolo y <31:
No thesis will be accepted later than 4 p. in., Monday, Nov. 10, Room, 438
N. S. W. B. Pillsbury.
S. C. A. Finance Drive Committee:
'there will be a very important meeting of the S. C. A. Finance Committee
in the cabinet room, Lane Hall, at 11:00 a. m., Saturday.
, Earl Sawyer, Chairman.
8. C. A. Financial Drive:
All solicitors are urged to finish up Saturday and to report at Lane Hall
by noon. Earl Sawyer, Chairman S. C. A. Financial Drive.
League of Nations :ion-Pa1itisan Association:,
Prof. William A. Prayer of the History Department will speak on, "The
League of Nations as a Non-Partisan Issue" at the next meeting of the
League of Nations Study Group, at 7:45 o'clock Tuesday night, Nov. 11, in
Room 318-320, Union. Members of the Association and all others interested'
are invited to attend. Edgar H. Ailes.
University of Michigan Band:
Formation this afternoon at 1:30 at the band headquarters to play for the
Nor"'hwestern game. Full dress uniforms with capes and black shoes.
Arthur 1W.,Snith.
Seniors of The School of Education:
The Seniors of the School of Education are giving an informal party to-
night (Saturday, November 8, 1924,) at nine o'clock in the gymnasium of
the University High School. Everybody come as a good time is assured all.
llildegarde R. Beck.
Craftsmen:
There will be a meeting tonight, Saturday, November 8, 1924, at 8:00
p. m., in the old Masonic Temple. The third degree will be conferred. !
Arthur I. Turner.I
Men's Educational Club:
.Men's Educational Club will hold its reguljr bi-weekly meeting on Mon-
day, November 10th, at 7:45 o'clock in Room 304, Michigan Union, Dr.
Howard Y. McClusky will address the club on "A Neglected Phase of Teacher
Training." All men interested in Education are invited to attend this meet-
ing. Wallace V. lWatt1 President.
Phi Delta Kappa meets today at 12:00 noon at the Green Tree Inn. Sup't.
hlaisley, of the Ann Arbor schools, is the speaker.
Clarence J. Whitney, See'y.
Economics 101:
Hour examination Monday at 11. Mr. Bradford's sections will meet inI
Room P, Law Building. Other sections in Room 25, Literary Building.
F. G. Rodkey.
Economies 197:
I shall be unable to meet the class this morning on account of illness.
Z. C. Dickinson.

SATURDAY
9:00-Board of directors of Women's
League meet in League room.
9:00-Masques' rehearse acts 1 and 2 I:
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
10:00-Bureau of appo.intments enroll-:
ment meeting in Newberry hall au- _
ditorium.
11:00- S. C. A. finance committee
meets in cabinet room, Lane hail.
12 :00-PhiDelta Kappa meets at
Green Tree inn.
1:30--Band formation at band bead-1
quarters.
3::04-Michigan-Northwestern football
game at Ferry field.
7 :30---Biological station students and
faculty meet in room Z-242, Natur-
fal Science building.
:00 -Crftsmnen club meets at old
Masonic temple.
9:00-Education seniors' -party in.
University High School gymnasium.
SUNDAY
10:30--Young People's chorus sings
at Presbyterian church.
12 :00-Disc sson classes meet at
Presbyterian church.
2:30--llospital sing. Meet at Congre
gational church.
4 :00-Cositiopolltan club meets at the
home of Dean Patterson, 2101 Hill
street.
5:30-C-ongregational student supper.
6:30-YounghPeolles meeting at Pres-
bvterian church.
6:30-Howard Becker speaks at Con-
gregational fireside chat.
8:00-Congregational motion picture
service. Ellen Terry in "The Bo-
hemian Girl.'
U-NOTICES
Manuscripts for the first Issue of
Whimsies will be received at Press
building until Nov. 10.
Senior pictures are on sale at the
'Ensian office from 2 to 5 every aft-
ernoon until Thanksgiving.'

W HA T'S GOING ON
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be left in e box at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4
o'clock preceeding the day of issue,

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Ceography 1:
Make-Up field trips will start this morning at 9:00 o'clock promptly from
the front steps of the Literary Building. P. E. James.
Prospective Teachers:
The annual meeting for enrollment with the Bureau of Appointments will
take place at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, November 8th, in the Auditorium
of Newberry Hall. It is very important that all seniors and graduate students
who expect to enroll with the Bureau this year should attend. Enrollment
at this time is free but a charge of one dollar is required for late registra-
tion. ' Margaret Cameron.
Foreign Students:
Dean George W. Patterson and Mrs. Patterson are entertaining at tea all
foreign students' and members of -the Cosmopolitan Club November 9, from
four to six p. m. Their home is at 2101 Hill Street. Initiation of new
Club members will occur -at this time. An informal program has been ar-
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