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Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. n, Saturdays).
Volume VI 'UESoDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1925 Number 49

will be utilized for visiting purposes, although additional times will also
be required.
Students interested in the plan are requested to meet with me in Room
223, University High School, Saturday morning, November 21, at 11:00
o'clock (sharp). C. 0. Davi3.
Sophomores and Upper lassmen Who Have Completed Their Required
Hygiene Lectures:
The third required Iygiene lecture will be on Tuesday, November 17,
at 4:15 in Sarah Caswell Amgell Hall. Bring blue books.
Margaret Bell.
Public Lecture:
Dr. Helen Woolley, Psychologist of the Merrill-Palmer School of De-
troit, will speak at 4 P. M.. Wednesday, November 18, at the University High
School Auditorium. Dr. Woolley's subject "is: "The Educational Value of
the Nursery School to the Child and to Its Home."

Bat nical Seminar: lfAlllil1u1lmll1Il IIIullmIIIu[lllnI1ill1IIIlIil111ul1InImm II1
Botanical Seminar meets Wednes- a E
day, November 19, at 4:30, B173 N. S. FrChid S
Bldg. Paper by C. G. Kulkarni-"In-
heritance studies of the white cap in
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Memorial for the Late Hon. Levi L. Barbour:
On Wednesday, November 18, at 5 P. M., a memorial meeting in honor
of the late Hon. Levi L. Barbour, former Regent of the University, is to be
held in Betsy Barbour Residence. This is the University's official commem-
oration of Mr. Barbour and his services to the University. All of his friends,
and others interested, are cordially invited to be present.
C. C. Little.

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University Lecture:
Prof. James F. Norris of the National Research Council, President of
the American Chemical Society, will speak on "The Quantitative Study of
Chemical Reactivity" on Wednesday, Nov. 18, at 11:00 A. M. in the Chemical
Amphitheater. The meeting will be under the joint auspices of the Univer-
sity and the University of Michigan Section of the American Chemical So-
ciety. The public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins,
Mayo Lecture:
On Thursday, November 19th, at 4:15 P. M. In the Natural Science
Auditorium, the annual Mayo Lecture will be given by Dr. W. J. Mayo of
Rochester, Minnesota, on "Splenic Syndromes."
This lecture is intended primarily for the Medical School and all mem-
bers of the Medical Faculty and Hospital Staff and students of the four
classes in the Medical School are expected to attend. Owing to the limited
seating capacity of the auditorium the general public cannot be admitted.
All work in the Medical School will close at 4:00 o'clock to permit the at-
tendance of students. Hugh Cabot.
Dedication of New University Hospital:
The formal -dedication of the New University Hospital will be held at
Hill Auditorium at 8:00 o'clock, Thursday evening, November 19th, with
President C. C. Little presiding.
Addresses will be given by Doctor V. C. Vaughan of Washington, D. C.,
Doctor W. J. Mayo of Rochester, Minnesota, and Doctor W. S. Thayer of
Baltimore, Maryland.
This meeting will be of general interest,and the public and members of
other Faculties are invited to attend. Hugh Cabot.
1ules Governing Decorations in University Buildings
In order to comply with the Fire Marshal's rules regarding decorations
used in University buildings for parties, dances or other affairs, said decora-
tions are to be fire proof or fire resistant.
No open flash lights are permissible, but photos may be taken with
electric arc lamps. All wiring for special lighting is to be done under the
supervision of the Buildings & Grounds elect'rician foreman and by regular
electricians employed by the University
E. C. Pardon, Superintendent of Buildings & Grounds.
Freshman Lecture:
The third freshmen lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, November 19th and 20th, at 3, 4,
and 5 P. MI. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
training classes and others that have been excused from these classes.
Geo. A. May.
To All Seniors:
There are only nine days left in which to have eleven hundred pictures
taken. If you want to appear in this year's Michiganensian, you must actj
immediately. Allin B. Crouch, Editor.
To Presidents of All Campus Organizations:
All fraternities, sororities, and campus organizations wishing to have
space in the 1926 Michiganensian must contract and pay for space at once.
The Michiganensian office is open every day from 2:00 until 5:00 o'clock.
Forrest Heath, Organizations Manager.
To Treasurers of All Campus Organizations:
All treasureds should make sure that their signatures will be honored
at the various banks where accounts are run before writing checks.
Forrest Heath.
Observation and Practice Teaching Next Semester:
Consent has been secured from the school authorities in Detroit, Grand
Rapids and Flint whereby University seniors and graduate students may
be privileged to utilize their, schools for practice purposes next semester.
Students doing so will be required to pursue regularly one of the special
methods courses scheduled 'in 'the School of Education next semester and
to devote at least 10 school das to observationsand participation in oneof
the cities selected. It. is expected the University spring vacation period

Maybelle 11. Whitney.

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Mid-Semester Examination will be held Tuesday, November 17, at 9:00
o'clock. Students whose names begin with the letter A-L will go to Univer-
sity Hall Auditorium, and those from M=Z will go to Newberry Hall Audi-
torium. J. S. Reeves.

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Pol. Sel. 32:

Mid-Semester Examination will be held Tuesday, November 17, at 11:00
o'clock in the West Gallery or Aluirini Memorial Hall.
J. K. Pollock.
To All Graduate Studentu In Education:
There will be a meeting of all graduate students in Education in Room
109, Tappan Hall on Wednesday, November 18, at 7:00 P. M. for the purpose
of organizing a Graduate Education Club.
Manley M. Ellis, Chairman, Committee on Organization.
Members of the Staffs in the East Engineering Building:
The monthly luncheon of the various staffs in the East Engineering
Building comes today. This will be in Room 3201 (Seminary 'room) as usual.
Alfred H. White.
Organ Recital Omitted:
Owing to absence from the city Mr. Palmer Christian will omit the
organ recital in Hill Auditorium Wednesday of this week. The next recital
will take place on Wednesday, November 25th.
Charles A. Sink, Secretary.
House Presidents:
All articles for the Bazaar will be called for after lunch on Wednesday.
Articles not'ready at this time must be finished and brought to Ruth Hirsch-
man, Room 300, Helen Newberry Residence, before 6 o'clock Friday in
order to be considered in the articles contest.
Lillian Wetzel, Chairman.
University Women:
The social dancing class will meet in Barbour Gymnasium Wednesday
from 7:00 to 8:00 P. M. instead of Tuesday from 7:00 to 8:00 P. M.
Ethel McCormick.
Adelphi House of Representatives:
Due to a conflict with other activities on the campus tonight, the reg-
ular meeting will be postponed until Thursday evening of his week.
Chairman, Bills Committee.
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, November 18, at 4:30 B173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by C. G. Kulkarni-"Inheritance studies of the white cap in
yellow dent corn." B. X. Davis.
B. 0, T. C.:
There will be no classes in Military Science and Tactics Tuesday after-
noon, November 17th. L. . Bricker
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 17,
in Room.1041, New Physics Building. Dr. N. W. Galli-Shohat will speak on
"Optical Phenomena in Moving Media." All interested are cordially invited
to attend. R. A. Sawyer.
Public Lecture:
Dr. Helen Woolley, Psychologist of the Merrill-Palmer School of De-
troit, will speak at 4 P. M., Wednesday, November 18, in the University High
School Auditorium. Dr. Woolley's subject is "The Social and Educational
Value of the Nursery School to the Child and to the Home."
Maybelle H. Whitney.
Let The Daily sell it for you'thru the Classified columns.-Adv.

B. %. Davis.
WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
be left in the box at the wily office
provided for that purpose before 4:0
o'clock preceding the day of issue.
TUESD)AY
4:15-Physics colloquium meets in
room 1041, new Physics building.
7:15-Religious education classes
meet in Lane hall.
S 00-Clarence Darrow speaks at Hill
auditorium on "Crime, Its Cause and
Treatment."
S:00-1Professor Lake and President 1
Paul speak at Lane hall.1
10:00-Union life membership can-
paign workers report at the Union.
WEDNESDAY
11:00-Prof. James F. Norris speaks
in the Chemical amphitheater.
4:00-Dr. Helen Wooley speaks at Un-
iversity high school auditorium.
5 .:00-M1emoral meeting ii honor of
the late Ilon. Levi L. Barbour at
Betsy Barbour house.
7:30-Les Voyageurs meets in the cab-
in.
10:00-Union life m mbership cam-
paign workers meet at the Union.
Directory For
Alumni Will Be
Open Saturday
All fraternities expecting alumni
guests forthe Minnesota game this
Iweek-end are requested, in ; W muni-
cations from the alumni relations'
committee of the Union today, to file
the names of such alumni with that
committee as soon as possible in or-
der that they may be entered on the
temporary directory which. the Union
will again maintain for ;tle conven-
ience of alumni. All students know-
ing of any alumni who ill be in.
Ann Arbor this week-end e also
asked to submit such names to the
Union committee at once. The alumni
relations committee will be repre-
sented in the student ofices of the
Union every day this week.
The temporary directory was in-
stituted at the Union last Saturday in
an effort to assist alumni in locating
classmates and other fornler ,tudents
while in this city. Mo e: t k 100!
alumni registered at the Union for
this purpose Saturday, including mem-
bers of the classes of '91, '94 '95, '96,
'97, '98 and '99. Many were material-
ly assisted in locating friends by this
means.
Patronize Daily Advertisers .-Adv.
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