THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1925 Number 42
The first regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1925-
1926 will be held in Room C, Law Building, on the evening of Monday,
November 9, at 8:00 o'clock.
Order of Business:
1. Annual Report of the Secretary of the Senate Council.
2. Report of committee appointed to investigate parking space.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate.
Freshman Rhetoric Library. Visit:
The Freshman Rhetoric Classes will be shown through the General
Library on Monday and Tuesday evenings, November 9 and 10, from 7 to
7:45. All groups will start from the Circulation Corridor.
The classes of Messrs. Bouwsma, Conrad, Fletcher, Kreider, Proctor,
Solve, and Van der Lugt are scheduled for Monday evening; and those of
Messrs. Abbot, Bader, Bower, Donnelly, Hoag, Osborn, Powers, and Wells,
for Tuesday evening.
Wm. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Faculty Directory :
The 1925-1926 edition of the Faculty Directory is now ready for distri-
bution. Those who are entitled to copies may obtain them by calling at the
Secretary's Office on and after Monday, November 9th.
Ira M. Smith, Registrar.
The first required Hygiene lecture will be November 9th at 4:15 in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall., Bring blue books.
Anti Arbor Art Association:
There will be an exhibition of Henry. G. Keller's paintings and Alfred
Hutty's etchings in Memorial Hall, 1:30 to 5:00, November 9 to November 24.
Students of University and Schools admitted free.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Lectures on Transportation:
The first two lectures of the course on History of Transportation will
be given by Prof. John S. Worley in Room 311 West Engineering Building at
9 A. M. Monday, Nov. 9, and 8 A. M. Tuesday, Nov. 10.
Everyone interested in the subject will be made welcome.
The following classes in Civil Engineering will be dismissed and all
students enrolled in these classes are requested to be present at the lectures:
C.E. 3-Section II.
C.E. 30-Section I.
The lectures will be illustrated. 11. E. Riggs.
Bureau of Appointments:
At the meeting of the Bureau of Appointments Saturday morning
temporary enrollment blanks were distributed and directions were given
for their use and for co-operating with the Bureau. This week the office,
Room 105 Tappan Hall, will be open from 8:00 to 12:00 daily and from 1:30
to 5:00 every day but Saturday for the annual enrollment. Permanent
blanks may be secured and must be filled out in the office. After Saturday,
November 14th, one dollar is charged for late enrollment.
University Men and Women:
A beginners social dancing class for women will be held on Tuesday,
November 10th and, 17th. For men on Thursday 12th and 19th. There will
be no fee. Everyone is invited.
Public Lecture: Mech. Eng. 35 and Bus. Adm. 131:
Dr. L. M. Gilbreth, psychologist and conspltant in Management, will de-
liver a lecture on "The One Best Way to do Work," at 9:00 o'clock Monday
morning, Nov. 9, in Room 348 W. Engineering Building. Everyone interested
is invited to attend. C. B. Gordy.
University Section, Society of American Military Engineers:
There will be a regular meeting of the Section on Tuesday, Nov. 10, at
7:30 P. M. at the Union.
Lieut. R. T. Scholsberg, S. C., DOL, will address the Section on "The
Influence of Signal Communication upon Strategy and Tactics."
All new members are requested to be present at the meeting.
Joseph Seide, Chairman, Program Committee.
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 10,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. E. F. Barker will speak on
"Atomic Configurations for Elements having Complex Spectra." All inter-
ested are cordially invited to attend.
It. A. Sawyer.
The money and unsold tickets for Masques play are to be turned in
from each house on campus from 10:00-12:00 or 1:00-4:00 on Monday to a
Masques representative who will be at Barbour Gymnasium during those
hours. Helen Whipple, Ticket Chairman.
Fraternity and Sorority Presidents:
You are requested to send to the Office of the Dean of Students not
later than Tuesday, November 10th, the names of the president and secre-
ta'ry of the alumni association holding title to your present chapter house,j
or the land on which you plan to build. In case your fraternity owns
neither house nor lot but contemplates the purchase of either in the near
future, send the names and addresses of the officers of association in whose
name the transaction will be made.
J. A. Bursley.
Regular meeting will be held in Room 3201 Angell Hall, on Tuesday,
November 10, at 8 P. M. Professor Poor will present the following papers:
"On the Double Layer Potential." "Transformation Theorems in Vector
Analysis." W. W. Denton, Sec'y.
Frosh Glee Club:
There will be tryouts for membership Monday afternoon in Room 308
of the Michigan Union between 4 and 5:30.
Kurt J. Kremnlick, Manager.
Scalp and Blade Men:
Meeting, Sunday the Sth.
Place, Union; Time, 2:15 P. M. Room 302.
It is important that we have a full turnout at this meeting.
Bert F. Wertman.
The second meeting of the Romance Club will be held at the Michigan
Union, on Monday, November 9th, at 6 P. M. Members unable to attend are
requested to send me word. E. L. Adams.
Opening Meeting of Round Table Club:
Mr. S. E. Nicholson, formerly Associate Secretary National Council for
the Prevention of War, and recently returned from his post as head of the
Quaker Relief Mission in Russia, will speak in Natural Science Auditorium
Monday at 4:15 o'clock. His address, "Present Europe and Future Peace"
is sponsored by the Round Table Club and is open to the public.
John H. Elliott, Pres.
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WHAT'S GOING ONI
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he left in the lbox at the D)aily office
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o'clock preceding the day of issue.
9:45-Palmer Christian choir rehears-
es at School of Music.
2:15-Scalp and Blade meets in room
3:00-PhilippineMichigan club meets
at Lane hall.
5:30--Baptist guild friendship hour
at the Guild house.
5:30-Lutheran Student club meets
at Parish hall.
5:30-Congregational student cafeter-
6:00-Supper for students at harris
6:30-Baptist guild devotional meet-
6:30-Miss Patton, Detroit policewo-
man, speaks at Congregational fire-
7 :30-Dean Shailer Mathews, of the
University of Chicago, speaks at the
University service in Hill auditor-
S:00-Thomas Meighian in Conting
Through" at the Congregational
9:00-Dr. L. 3f. Gilbretli, psycholog.
ist and consultant in management,
lectures in room 348, west Engin-
9:00-Prof. John S. Worley lectures
on "Transportation in room 311,
west Engineering building.
4:15-- S. E. Nicholson speaks on
"Present Europe and Future Peace,"
in Natural Science auditorium.
6:00-Romance club meets at the Un-
City; Arabs Join
Druse In Revolt
(By Associated Press)
PARIS, Nov. 7.-Mousseisri, a large
French fortified camp, south of Sueida,
in the Djedl Druse territory of Syria,
was evacuated today, says an official
announcement, owing to the regroup-
ing of the French forces. The troops
which have occupied Mousseisri left
the locality and the day was without
The commique concludes that in-
formation from reliable sources indi-
cates that the Arabs have joined the OTTAWA.-The Canadian -overn-
Djedl Druse tribesmen in open revolt ment by an order in council has in-
against the French and that with vited the people of Canada to observe
Homs about 80 miles north of Damas- two minutes of silence at 11 o'clock
els, completely isolated and closely the morning of Armistice day, in hon-
besieged, and Damasucs terrorized by or of Canda's dead in the World war.
firing, the rebellion has assumed an
aspect of open warfare. Read the Classified Page-it pays.
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