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_____ THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to tha l'┬░esident until
3:30 p. m. (11.30) a. m. Saturday.
Volunme 6 WMINESJAY, l)E(EE R, ti , 1921 number 60)

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Chica go Noarth Shore a.nd Milwaukee N'iectrIic: Railroad will be showNn in
Natural Science Auditorium Wednesday, December 3l, at 4 P. M. All engin-
cers invited to <,tten(1. Brief A. I. E. E. meeting after film.
J. B. Johnson, (Chairman PIub. Conn.
S. C. A. (Cabinet
Thl.ere will b~e a speciazl meeting of the S. C. A. Cabinet AWednesday noon
at Lane Hall. (C. SHIigley.
lVeferaiis of Foreign Wairs:
lIeeting of the Richardl N. Ilall Post on Thursday. December 4, at : 30,
MichiganLUion
If.IN )C('ark, (Corainander.
"1i Ch-rsolo Itallano":
'There will be a regular meeting of "I1 Circolo Italiano" on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in Room 204 S. W. "Facisimo" to be discussed. All inter-
ested are cordlially invited to attend.

boom ;A 43,11ngineering Building, at wvhich time Dean Effinger will a1r2
the class. d. ( .Bier.
The fthird written test will he given on Tpuesday, De cmbeCr 9.
A del bert 1Ftord.
Dem on siralion '.rill for Advertising St udents :
Students who signed to take advantage of the demonstratioa trip
through the plant of Brooke, Smith & french, Detroit, have been dividIll
into two groups. Tphe first group wvill go Saturday, December 6i, leaving
Ann Arbor at 12:10 on the interurban and arriving in D~etroit.a 1
where they will be taken directly to the plant. The names in the
first group are posted on the psychological bulletin board in the Nat~urtal
Science Building. Students desiring to withdraw should notify mei-
Imediately. A delbert Ford.

Coilsider
I3 U.Jo 1- S.

Open i.,1
In Summer

To pAe lDeanus:
There will be a conference of the Deans on Wednesday, December 3,
at 10 o'clock in the President's office.
F. IE. Robibins.
University Women-House Presidents:
All signing-out slips for the month of November must be turned in to
the Office of the Dean of Women before November tenth.
Jelan Hamilton.
Foreign Student Holiday:-
Foreign students wishing to take advantage of invitations to spend the
Christmas holidays lin Battle Creekr, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, and Port
Iluron, or at Grand Ledge upon a farm, will please consult with me Timrs-
day and Friday at 4 o'clock, 302 U. 1-1.

~is fo:r the opening of the Univer-
sit Y h igh school during the next Sur-
HIrPses'o n together with special-
corr.,e,:;in observation and demionstra-'
lion for stud~ents in the School of Ed-
iteat ion are being considered by a com-
mhittee composed of Prof. C. 0. Davis;.
'Prof. ;.. W Schorling, 'AndI high school
?hec commhnitteo is attempting also.
to bring several professors from oth
or universitics here for. the coming,
-;tti:11i11or to instrucnt; in eduircaion.

La
int

.. P Jlastino, tPres.

Scleilad Hlispamlca :
La Sociedad Hispan ica will meet Wednesday, December 3,it 7 :15 p. Il.
room 3 "20 Michigan Union.
Sarah la Siln, Secretary.

Economkes 181:
Thd section in Public Finance, will not mneet todty.

J. A. C. Wlhiner.
14. L. ('averly.

j(Chambher of ('oinznci'e :
j T h'erte will he a regular business meeting; Thursday evening, 1)ecemi-
her 4, at 7 : 30. Room 300 Union. F. R1. Corse, 'Sc.

French 1N & 102:
I s ~I be unable to meet my classes in French 101 & French 102, on Fri-.
day, December 5th:
Psych ology 33, M4, 37:
The make-up examination for those who unavoidably missed the first
blueboolk (which covered chapters I, II, and III of the text) will be given
at 5.00 p. in., Wednaday, December ?, in my office, Room P 2513 N. S. The
examinatit$ will cover' the lectures on the Nervous Systemn, together with
the above chapters of the text.

Alpha Ni:
On account of the Public Speaking Banquet to
night the regular meeting of Alpha Nu will be held
our room on the fourth floor of the Literary Building.

be hld tom-orrow
tonight at 7:30 in
James I .Dunn.

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IV. 13. Pillsbury.

G~raduaite Students In Education:
A conference of the graduate students in Education wiil be held Wed-
nesday-evei ng, December 3, at 7 o'clock in the offices of the School of
Education, Tappan Hall. All graduate students in Education and the mem-
bers of the staff are expected to be present. Clifftord Woody.
>3otanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, December 3, at 4:30), B173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by Stirling H-. Emerson--The Cytology of Genothera Genetics."
Bl. M.liavis.
Choral Ui~uonaConcert:
Jascha Heifetz, violinist, will give the following program in Hill
Auditorium Friday evening, December 5.
Sonta in C minor, No. 1, Opus 45 (Greig); Rondo Capriccioso (Saint-
Saens) ; Stimmung in D minor (Joseph Achron), Cortage (Lily Boulanger),
Dance No. 20 (Brahms-Joachim), Perpetun Mobile (Riess) ; Nocturne in E
flat major (Chopin), Ronde des Lutins (Bazzini).
('harles A. Sink, Secretary.
'l iilittOrgan R1ecital Omitted:
The regular Wednesday Organ Recital will be omitted this week. An--
nouncement of the date of the next recital will be made later.
Charles A. Sinh, Seerel,,a ii-
Mlusic Stndents' Recital:
A recital will be given by students at the School of Music Thursday
evening, December 4, at 8:00 o'clock. The public is invited.
The. program is as follows:
Sonata, Op. 00 (Beethoven) LucileGraham; Romance, E minor (Sinding),
Gertrude+ Friedrich; Presti, Opus 27, (Beethoven) Anna Brocne; Ah, My Be-
loved (Stickler), Minor and Major (Spross) Eunice Northrup; Sonata for
Two Pianos (Pasquini) Helen Blahnik and Elizabeth Davies; Aria on the
G string (Bach) Menuet in D (Mozart) Lucille Bellamy; Sicilienne (Bach-
Maier) Miss Strauss and Mr. Gnau.
Accompaniments by Helen Blahnik, Pauline Kaiser andI Dwight Steere.
Charles A. Sinik, Secretary.
Wvomen's Athletic Association:
'There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Woman's Athletic
Association on Wednesday, December 3, at 5 o'clock in Barbour Gymnasium.
.Marianna Smalnley.
Unftersity of Michigan Band:
Regular rehearsal tonight at 7:00 o'clock. All men who have not
turned in their athletic coupons and band bounce tickiets mitst (10 s0 at this
time. Art hur If. Suith.

XNotice to Aill Naval.Ileservists:
1 The regular weekly meeting of the University Unit will be held
Wednesday, D1ecemnber 3, at 7 :.^0 P. m. in the R. 0. TP. C. Drill hail.
f' Lt. L. C. Leever, C'ommaniding.
Ph i Sigma:
The Fall Initiation Blanquet will take place at the Union, December
f,, 1024, at 6.00 p. m.
C. 0. Mrantson, Soeretary.
Prescott Club MeetAIng:
The regular meeting of the Prescott Club will be held Thursday
evening, 1 ecember 4, 'at 7:30 i Room 303 Chemistry Building. Dr. Emery
W. 'Sink, Acting Director of the Health Service will talk on "Eye De-
fects." C. C. Glov en.
i Meeting of Door Schedule Committee for Bazaar Thursday, December
4, at 'ti'clock in Room 227 at Mlartha Cook.
Ethel Schroeder, Chairman.
Frte binan Engineers:
The regular weekly assembly will be held Wednesday, December 2,

jWHIA['S GOING ON
Not1ices to appear in this colmnmanust
bye left in the box at the Daly office
pvided( for twiat purpose before 4
1 o'loc preceedinig the du.y of issue.
WE 1)NlbES DAY
l1:00--D)ean's conference, in Presi.
denIt's office.
4:00--Electric railroad filmi shown hti.
Natural Science audlitorium.
I z:00- Executive hoard of Women'sj1~
Athletic association meets in IBar-
borgymnasium.
7 :00-4)-radate education students
meet in offices of the School of Ed-
cation.
7 :14--Presbyterian Young Peoples'
S chorus practice in church.
7 :30 -Les Vosyagiters meet at Ion01.
7 :30-Wes1 craers' clubthmecets in lfar.
rishall.
8:--)asq11es present "Bonds of In-
terest" in H-ill auditorium.
All day--Open house 'at Harris hail.
THURSDAY
4 :60-3feeting' of the violin group of
the Students' League in the School
of Music.
7 :30-All-Buffalo smoker, given by,
Scalp and Blade at the Michigan Un-
aon*
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
7:30-Veteranis of Foreign Wars meet
in room 323, Michigan Union.
7:3I0-Catholic Students' smoker at the
Union.
BEAD THE '11C; Iix'li)DAILY

The Garment C'enter Buildings
New Yark ('izy,
eTowering AM asses" WALTER M. MASON, Architect
HJERE the new architecture expresses itself in grcat vig-
orous masses which climb upward into the sky with a
pyramidal profile-gigantic, irregular, arresting. An earlier,
conventional building on the near corner is overshadowed,
engulfed in towering masses of the newer building which
are prophetic of an architecture of the future which is
vividly stimulating to the imagination.
Certainly modern invention-modern engineering skill
and organization, will prove more than equal to the de-
mands of the architecture of the future.

Youthul Iajan I Established 1887
Enters Michigan
,After Long~ Wait;
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After many long- months of waiting
and after having encountered many-
obstacles, Pritamn Singh, young East'
Indian, whose attempt to enter the
United Staten by way of Mexico cans-
ed much comment, arrived in Ann
Arbor last week. Tlhere is but one
Indian of his cast in the University at'
present, and Pritam wanted to live in
Detroit among people of his cast for
the remainder of this semester and
enter the University next semester, but
due to the fact that the bond by which
he is admitted to this country states
that he is to attend the University of
IMichigan as a student and reside iii
Ansn Arbor Pritain will take up his
residence here immediately.E
le will take a course in dlrawing,
dloing extra wort: for the relnajindl-r,
of the year and visit several other
claspes by way of review.
Gabriellino d'Ainnunzia, son of the
jwarrior-poet-playwright, has been en-
zaged to assist a noted American
mu, .iun picture producer in mnaking al
picture in Rome, Italy.
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