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PAGE ErIGHlT TEMCIA AL

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the bulletin is constructive notice t;., all nembhers of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to th* P-esident until
3-:30 p. m. (11:30 a. nm. Saturday,
Volume FRID)AY, DECEMBER ~i , 192.1 Nitmijer 0''
Medical Vacuity:
Doctor William J. Mayo will deliver the first of the lectures of the
'Mayo Lectureship" at 4:15 this afternoon in the Science Auditorium. His
subject will be "The Physiology and Pathology of the Blood in Relation to
llio fiery." You are requested to invite your students.
Carl IV. Eberhacli.
Authoerized [university Houses:
Those landladies who expect to keep their houses open for women stu-
dents during Christmas vacation, are requested to notify the Office of the
Dean of Women by telephone.
Jean iHamiliton.
University Club of Ann Arbor:
Because of the H-eifetz concert on Friday evening of this week, the De-
cember Club night of the University Club will be held next week on Friday,
Deceriiber 12. Evans hlolbirook.
Foreign Student Holiday:
Foreig~n students wishing to take advantage of invitations to spend the
Christmas holidays in Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, and Port
Huron, or at Grand Ledge upon a farm, will please consult with me Friday
at 4 o'clock, 302 U. H.
.J. A.. C.iidner.
The Nursery Section of the Faculty Women's Club announces a lecture
by Dr. Hielen Woolley, Tuesday, December 11, at three o'clock, Auditorium,
University High School. Dr. Woolley will speak on The Merrill-Palmer
School of Detroit a unit of which is soon to be established in Ann Arbor.
All parents and teachers Ire cordially invited.
31aybelle H. Whitney, Chlairmnan.

ExpeVct C'ollege S uokts FomiiEtire
N.-die to Attend A nim.d
Con -viil
m E ETS IN N. Y.

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, t('() 5o)'Ire reuested to notify the Unjfl innesota is second with 487 stu-
Fifth Avenue, New York.MI iIIA J IfU U U Purdue leads with the largest en-j
-~~ ~ gieigdepartment, listing 1,746
I 1692, while the university of Illinois
MEDIC ENROL EWel2221;a222: iI "
Notices toapa nti ounmut,57 h nvriy places second
belet n hebo a te atyof l'e rofessioiial SchoolsCmpr in the size of its College of Dental!
o'lc;preceeding the day of issue. WithiI i titer Un1iversiies Surgery, enrolling 410 students, the
of- ____-I0 Country !university of California leading in
FR IIDAtY this field with 40'6 students.
1 :001 - Womn's League bazaar wll Michigan rates favorably in a size! The University of Maryland leads
openat ~arourgymasiu. cmpaiso ofthe rofssinalscholswith the largest law school, enrolling
opna abu ynsu. comparison6of the Universitnaofscalofor!iwiis
theUnierityof..lfor.as;. t . ."- fwei t.y, t.. . ayo: ne, 'N.II 17te tte uivrite o he

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of the naitionl are expected( to attenid atural Scence auditorium, country, acording to a statistical re- secdwith 43 2,ith. MichiganloethirdTI
the annual students' conference of the 7 :30-Ch'linese Students' club election port issued by the bureau of educa- rating is in the colege of pharmac, 60Chrr
League fo)r *Industrial Deocac o in Lane hall. tion of the department of interior, listing only 8S students and takingi3
1IDe.29 and 30, in New York city.'7:t~l niersty (Chamiber o Cor- Compilations based upon enrollment seventeenth place. The University of!Phone 115
Dscus on fiierce meets,. room 306, Union. figures for the school year 'ending Illinois leads in the latter profession'__________________
1)iscssioni of olit c ial, nil ad :0--eetling of the Erie club In room June 1923, allows the University first with 33 students.
eooi usinwiltkplc t 302, Union. place for its medical rchool with an Don't delay-Pay' your Sblscri ptlion
a series. of lectures andl dinners. .~ui ~t~I1 noleto 64 h ffryu
7.3 1cein ofth PloiaLitray nrllentof66. heUniversity o Pay fryu Subscription today. today.
The opening (discussion will con- Icrl nLn al
cern th u s i n W a r u 8 tt - i h g n O i l t o e ' e 1 ~ 1 1 h i : ~ ii ~ i l l i l l l l t 1 U t i l l 11the111questiontl 111"W hat arel 111 tIour11tcircleII C in L anet haltll.
Collegians Thinking?" Among the bate at University hall.
prominent speakers at later mee inga 81:00-J.sc~ha Hlelfez pays at Hill au- T MES =YTT
is Brigadier-General Thl"R0nison, for- ditorium. = T MES-L I
mel. m'ember of the' Br~iish Lab~or S~:00-St. Paul Students' club smoker ORDER NOWV
cabinet. at 420 West Liberty street.= .
During the cloinlg sessions fthe dis- ;l-00---il-Pulctons bA1 at 3Masonic
cussion will take the formn of a de- Itemple. ae a-ou el-nonme it h r s m a reetinrg GSL Crd s -
divergent views will ])resent their IStru
opinions on the same subiect, "The" I:O-Woniei's League azaar at Bar- NEW SAMPLE BOOKS AT YOUR SERVICE
March of Imperialism." These mren hour gymnasiums -.
are Prof. . M. Earle of Columbia 7 --. etiu f rftmnfo - HTT'TT T P. a ''
uaneriy Dr. Scott Nearing, Otto H. fcial election in club rooms. w '
ahn, and Morris Hilqiuit.:h Prof. F.al V. Moore speaks in A L L OK S T O It E
Any college or university student auditorium of Lane hall. J1,I -,
is welcome to attend sessions of the :0-Cliaining Polock's ,'The Fool," -
Iconference. All students who expect' Whitney theater. 11l= ltlllllillllllllill1111t11l111IIl1lU t111i11t1tltliliIIf11If11111111111:fIIIII1

I'lue arts 101, 107 and 115:
There will be no lectures on Friday, Dec. 5.

B. 3l. 1Donaldson.

Faculty Coucert Series :
On Sunday afternoon, December 7, at 4: 15 o'clock, Maud Okkelberg, f
Pianist, Grace Johnson-Konold, Soprano, and Ora Larthard, Violoncellist,
will give the following program, in Hill Auditorium which the public, except
children under ten years of age, is cordially invited to attend :
Sonate for Violoncello and Piano, F. major (Strauss) Ora Larthard
and Maud Okkielberg; Zueignung (Devotion) (Strauss), Standchen (Seren-
ade) (Strauss), Songs My Mother Taught Me (Dvorak), Life (Curran),
Grace, .johfison-Konold; Prelude and Fugue, A minor (Bach-Liszt), March.
(Doinadyi), Menuet .(Rameau-Godowsky), Barcarolle (Liadow), Ab Iratoj
(Liszt), Maud Okkelberg.
Asia Comm-Case is the accompanist.I
Chlarres A. Sink, Secretary.
Choral Union;,Ushers:
All Choral, Union ushers report for concert at Hill Auditorium tonight
at the usual time.
Admittance by identification card only.-
WV. A. Davenport.
There wuill be a meeting Sattirday, December G, 1924, at 7 :30f p. mn. The
secial (lection will be held at this time.
Ariluir R. Turner.
1'0161041 Literary C('.ce:
The Circle meets tonight at 7:30 in Lane Hall. Final arrangements
will be made for our annual banquet. Be there if, you want to make it a
success. L o NoWeIM..

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C H HISTMAS! It's right before you! The glad
time of the year when hearts are stirred and
when the spirit of good f Aeling is boundless! We're
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