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"T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

THE ICHGAN AIL ______THU SDAY, NOVYTM

AlLY OFFICIA1L BULLET.IN
blication in the Bulletin is constructive notice b. all members of
U~niversity. Copy received by the Assistant to th. P'eslzdent instil
10 p. mn. (11.30 a. mn. Saturday.
[time 6 THURSDAY, NOYEIWBRER 0, W924 iNumber i)

i

hen and Sophomores:
th the approval of the Deans of the Colleges of Literature, Science and
Arts and of Engineering and Architecture, freshman and sophomore
eats in these Colleges will be excused from attendance at their classes
aturday, morning, Novem~ber 22, 1924, on account of the annual Fall
es. J. A. Bursicy.
utlve Board, Graduate School:
ere will be a mneeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
riday, November 21, at 4:00 p. m. A. H'. Lloyd. ,
nination for Women taking Health Lectures:
eshmen are reminded that the examination will be given on Tuesday,
25th, at 4 p. in., in'Sarahi Caswell Angell Hall.
phomnores will take the examination on MIonday, Nov. 24th, at 4 p. in., in
hl Caswell Angell Hall. Margaret Bell.
ired Health Lectures for Women:
cture VI will be held in Sarah Caswell Angell I-ail at 4 p. m,
r entering sophomores-Thursday, Nov.. 20th. Everyone please bring
uebook to each lecture. 11argaret Bell.
ofessor S. Lawrence Bigelow of the Department of Chemistry will give
frst lecture under the combined auspices' of the Society of Sigma Xi
.he Junior Research Societylin the Natural Science Auditorium Thursday
ing, November 20th, at 8 o'clock. His subject will deal with the present
tific knowledge concerning the nature of "Atoms" from the chemo-
[cal standpoint." This lecture is open not only to the members of the
sties concerned but to members of the University Faculty, students
he general public. A% S. Warthin, President, Sigma 'Xi.

IResearchi Club:
The regular November meeting of the Research Club will be held on
Friday, November 21st, at 8 p. in., in the Histological Laboratory. The fol-
lowing papers will lbe presented:
k"On the Systole of the Human Heart" by Professor W. P. Lombard find
0. MV. Cope.
"An unpublished Manuscript of Fabre d'Olivet" by Professor I. P.
Thieme.
Th e Council will meet at 7:30 p. mn. T. IH. Hildebrandt, Secretary.
V a sihy Glee Cflub:
Rehearsal will be held tonight from 7 to 8 in the second floor Reading
Roomx of the Union. Carl IL Schoonniaaker, .1anager.
5r logi('al and Goglaphic'PJournal Club-
There will be a meeting of the Geological and Geographical Journal Club
in room G436 Natural Science Building at 7:30 p. in., on Thursday, Nov. 20th.
Program: "The Wheat Situation."
A review, by Prof. McMurray. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
IR. L. Belknap, Secretary.
La Sociedaad Hispfanica :
La Sociedad Hispanica will meet tonight at 7:30 in room 320 Michigan
Union. SarahI Slocum,, Secretary.
Polonia Literary Circle:
There will be a meeting of the Polonia Literary Circle Friday evening,
Nov. 21, at 7:30 p. mn., in Lane Hall. A program of an unusual nature has been
providled. Leo J. NoMcki.
I Public Healt h Journal 'Club :
The Public Health Journal Club will meet in Room >25, Michigan U.nion,
Thu. slay, November 20, at 12:15. Nathan Slnui.
Gun and Blade Club:
Tlhe Gun and Blade Club will give their first party of the season at the
woinens faculty clib Thursdlay evening, Nov. 20, at 8 o'clock. All Veteran
Bureau members and their wives area cordially invited to attend.
If. F. -XeArthur.
Women's Ednefl ion Club:
'The Women)'s Education Club will hold its' regular meeting Thursday,
Novemlm)r 2), 1924 at 7:30 p. in., in room 214, University High School. Dr.
Courtis ofl the 'University High Sc2hool will speak on "E~volution in the High
School." All women interestedl in education are cordially invited to attend.
# ~Lucille Clhalnmers, President.
To isaudents in Physical Education Athletics and School Health:
All work for men in the Theory andl Practice of Physical Education and
Athletics scheduled for, the first quarter will end Friday, Nov~. 21. Second
quarter work will begin Monday, Nov. 24. Elton F. Wieman.

Formeir

HARLEY TO -FIGHT
CHARGE OFLUNACY

414io State Athlete
Affidavit With Judge
Bostwvick

FilesI

COLUMBUS ANXIOUS

Chicago, Nov. 19. (By A. P.)-
Charles "Chic" Harley, learding athlete
at Ohio State University a few years
ago, announced to his attorney today'I
that he will return to Columbus next
week to fight the lunacy charge miade
against him two years ago.
The case will be heard Monday be-
fore probate judge Homer Bostwick,I
who entered the lunacy finding whicht
still stands. James M. Trainor, counsel
for Harley, said that the famous foot-.
ballplayer has filed an affidavit which
Judge Bostwick setting forth that he
was never examined by physicians at
a lunacy hearing nor was he- ever
present at such 'a proceeding.
Columbus, Ohio, Nov. 19. (By A. P.)
-Columbus friends of Charles "Chic"
Harley whose running and passing
won him an immortal place in football
halls .of fame while he was a member,
of Ohio State's 'Western ConferenceI
j team 'of 1916, 177 19, are looking for-'
(ward with interest to the opening of
r hearing Monday before probate judge
Bostwick in which Harley will at-
tempt to have set aside proceedings
declaring him insane.
'Probate court records show that
Harley was sent to the Dayton state
hospital December 2, 1922. The lunacy
affidavit was signedI by Ned Giesy,
student at Ohio State university at
the time.
J. J. Trainor, Harley's attorney, to-
day brought names into the story that
are as well known in western con-
'ference circles as that of Harley when
ihe was in the height of his glory.
i Frank "Tee" Young, captain of this
year's Buckeye squad, Trainor assert-
ed, was present in Harley's room the
night of December 2, when the latter,
according to his attorney, was taken
against his will by a deputy hsere to
the Dayton institution.
Young, however, today, asserted that
there were no deputies in Harley's
1raoorm that night.

WHA 'S OINkG oN WLL OPEN COyVIE:NTIQ0N
Notices to appear in this columnamust J (Continued from Page One)
-be left in the box at the Da-ly office
provided for that pui-pose before 4 luncheon will be held for all mem-
o'clock preceeding the day of issue. J hers of the different newspaper
_~groups.
TH*URSD)AY, During the afternoon the delegates
11~:0(0--Junior engineers assenmble inj will be' the guests of President Mlar-
Sroom 348, Engineering building. ion L. Burton and the Athletic asso-
12:15-Public Health Journal club ciaition at the Michigan-Iowa battle
meets in room 325, Union. on Ferry field.
4:1i-Walerdela tiar spak. tc'UonAll i delegates r cannf register at the
:15-altr d haMarespeks nio thi monin frm 9until 12
Natural Science auditorium.I o'ciock, 'while all meetings and din-
5 :30-7 :00-S. C. A. cabinet and Upper! ners will also be held there.
Church council meet in Upper room,
Lane hall. - - -
7:00-9 :00-Varsity g~lee club rehears-
es in second floor reading rood,.
Union. r e Y u
7:30-Geologicai and Geographical O d r Y u
{Journal club meets in room G-43 6,11
SNatural Science building.U I1 tT VtU
S: 30-Chtristlan Science society meetsE
in Lane hall auditorium. '
7.i 30 Mr. A., B. Connor speaks to
Chemists in room 3215, East Eng-I
in eering building. ? without deway. Proper en-
7 :30-Women's Edu~cation club meets 1
in room 214, University high school. graving takes time. Select
7:30-Western ers club meets in Lane' r
hall. one of our many attractive
7:30-La Soeledad Ilispa lea ntcets d eclI
in room 320, Union. .t and xlsive designs and
8 :00-Cutn and Blade club party atl lc orodrnw
Wtornen's Faculty clubhouse. , lc orodrnw
S :00-P1rof. S. L. Bigelow speaks inI
Natural Science auditorium.: ~ r ]~ rrl
FRIDAYI
3 :15-Gu al,3.Rer presents musical re- 1 The St. tio~nery Store
cital at Hill auditorium. 1 4 NI ckels' Arcade
4:00-Executive board ,of Graduate Greeting Cazrds for All Occasions
school imeets. I,1
7:30-Poloula Literary circle meets*mmiLaehl. 23
8:0-Rseachclub meets in the . w~ the XV ant Ads'
Biological laboratory. t ad t

Engineers:
mnbly at 11-o'clock In Room 348.

A. 0. Lee.

CliUemleal Engineers:
Mr. Arthur B. Conner, of the DetroitChemical Works, will address the
student branch of the A. I. Ch. E., Thursday, November 20th, 7:30 p. nm., room
3215 East Engineering Bldg. All interested are invited to attend.
H. R. Poland.

ry 31:
mnid-semester examination will be held on Friday, Nov. 21.
L. .J. Young.
al Sclence 31"b, Amierican Governmient:
use of an Engineering Assembly..my lecture. in Political Science 31-b,'
can Government, will be given in the Auditorium of University Hall
Thursday, November 20, at 11 'o'clock. J. S. Reeves.

today,

The thesis is due Friday, December 19. Care should be taken to allow
ufficient time for, typing. Wednesday, November 26, is the last day that a
range of topic will be accepted. R. II. Holmes.
eeitltefor "Young People Of All Ages":
Guy Maier will give the following program, with explanatory remarks, for
young people of all ages," in Hill Auditorium, Friday, November 21, at
15 o'clock sharp. Doors closed 'during numbers. No admission charge.
Sarabande and Gavotte (Bach;) Gavotte (Gluck;) The Erl-King (Schu-
crt-Liszt;) "On the Wings of Song" (Mendelssohn-Liszt;) The Cricket and
umble Blee (Chadwick;) Crapshooters' Dance (Lane;) "Puck" (Phillippe;)
relude (Gliere;) The Hurdy-Gurdy "Man (Goossens;) Perpetual Motion
Ponlenc;) "Juba" Dance* (Dett. ) Chlarles A. Sink, Secretairy.
yvilight Organ Recital:
The next program in the Series of Twilight Organ Recitals will be given
unday afternoon, November 23, at 4:15 o'clock when Mr. Palmer Christian,
niversity Organist, will play the following numbers:
Prelude and Fugue in D major (Bach;) "Song of the Basket Weaver"
Russell;) Romance 'without Words (Bonnet;) Beatitude (Bossi;) (a) The
ountain (b~) Legend (DeLamarter;) Sportive Fauns (Scherzo) (d'Antaffy;)
everie~ (Dickinson;) Toccata "Thou art the Rock"' (Mulet.)
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.

University Leture:
Mr.x Walter (Ie la Mare will deliver lectures on Wednesday and Thursday
of this week, November 19 and 20, at 4:15 p. mn., in the Auditorium of the
Natural Science l3ihling. Is subject on Wednesday will be "Atmosphere
u Ficticn"' an~d(on Thursday "Tales of Adventure; and Robinson Crusoe."
The public L; cordially invited. Y~ . E.Ro)bins.
. (4'p Folt iE'l pDECiORAv'I'EI) ?
;j HOUSE
Charles Usual
I ChrlesGraham, owner of
Graham's bookstore, has donat-
ed a cim to be given to the best j ave Vour prti
sjdecorated fraternity house for I
3)I the Iowa gfame Saturday. All , whre
Ihouses which intend to enter
this ec"Itest should' send their I
applieations to W. T. Coleman, I
I615 Monroe street, not later
thn Fiay
n Frida. lie conte Dewill b
Judgesfothcotswilb
IMr. Alfi~ud G. Pelikan, of the I ~7'sfor &de
1 architectural college, Mr. Bruce u
M. Donaldson., of the fine arts (heCr ArcaTde TheaItre
Idpartment, and Wilfred -JB.I
I :aw, gener'al secretary of the'

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