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DAILY OFCIA BL LEI
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. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI T]11URSPAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1945 Nuniher 1

General Meeting, Occasion of Dedication of the Hospital:
On Friday evening, November 20th, at 8:00 o'clock a general meeting
will be held in Hill Auditorium with Dean Cabot presiding, and addresses
will be given by Doctor H. A. Haynes of the University Hospital, Doctor
J. B. Herrick of Chicago, Illinois, and Doctor C. P. Emerson of Indianapolis,
INdiana.
Thismeeting is of general interest and the members of other faculties
and the general public are invited to attend.
On Friday afternoon, November 20th, the New Hospital will be open to
inspection between the hours of 1:30 and 2:30. Hugh Cabot.
To the Members of the Medical Faculty and Hospital Staff and to Medical
Students:
Work in the Medical School must close promptly at 4:00 P. M. Thursday,
November 19th, to permit attendance upon the Annual Mayo Lecture.
All junior and senior medical students are excused from classes and
section work Friday, November 20th, and Saturday morning, November 21st,
but these students are expected to present themselves at the New University
Hospital during these hours and to participate in the exercises given there.
Hugh Cabot.
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.
Ushers, Dedication of University Hospital:
The following are requested to act as ushers for the dedication exercises
in Hill Auditorium Thursday and Friday evening, Nov. 19th and 20th:
N. H. Amos Southard T. Flynn
H. Mortimer Bishop Walter A. Fenstermacher
Robert J. Cooper Murray E. Goodrich
Ennis H. Corley Fred R. Harper
Andre J. Cortopassi Carl P. Huber
Francis B. Fralick Wm. A. MacVay
Carl L. Gillies Dean M. Richmon
C. R. Rittershofer Carl W. Swanson
David M. Weeks
Please report to Dr. Carleton B. Pierce at the Auditorium not later than
7:30 P. M. George C. Adie, Assistant to the Dean.
Faculty, Guests, Members of Michidgn State Medical Society:
The following sections will be reserved in Hill Auditorium for the
Dedication Exercises Nov. 19th and 20th:
Medical Faculty and Guests-Sec. 3, Rows A to Q.
Michigan State Medical Society-Sec. 2, Rows A to R.
University Faculties--Sec. 4, Rows A to R.
George C. Adie, Assistant to the Dean.
The following organizations have been given permission to hold parties
on Friday, November 20th: r
House Parties: Kappa Nu, Phi Sigma Delta.
House Dances: Alpha Gamma Delta, Alpha Phi, Alpha Sigma Phi (clos-
ed), Hermitage, Lambda Chi Alpha, Nu Sigma Nu, Omega, Psi Pi, Phi Beta
Pi J. A. Bursley.
Ann 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.
Public Lecture:
Judge Alexis C. Angell of Detroit will lecture in Room C, Law Building,
at 4:15 P. M. today on "Some of The Moral Problems of the Lawyer."
This is the third public lecture given in connection with Professor Kir-
sopp Lake's seminar, on "The Moral Issues of Modern Life," held under the
auspices of the Michigan School of Religion.
L. Waterman.
Business Administration Students:
Any men interested in accompanying the members of the course in Re-
tail Store Management on a tour of the J. L. Hudson Company's store in
Detroit this (Thursday) afternoon should make arrangements with me at
Tappan 205 (Telephone, University 31) this morning before 11:30.
-.. C. N. Schmalz.

S. C. A. Cabinet:
The S. C. A. Cabinet will meet at Lane Hall, Thursday, November 19,
at 5:30 P. M. T. R. hlornberger, Secretary.
Web and Flange:
There will be a meeting of Web and Flange at 7:15 o'clock Thursday in
Room 304 of the Union. Henry Groves.
Alpha Nu:
There will be a special business meeting of the members of Alpha Nu,
Thursday, Nov. 19th, at 7:15 P. M. in the society rooms in Angell Hall. It
is important that every member be present.
H. L. Selmeier, President.
Michigan Dames:
The group picture of the Michigan Dames which was to have been taken
at Rentschler's Studio Sunday, November 22, has been definitely postponed
until some time in January.
Mrs. J. L. Champagne.
Men Interested in Skiing:
All men interested in skiing are requested to attend a meeting in Room
217 N. S. Building Friday 7:30 P. M.
L. C. Anderson.
Freshmian Rand:
There will be a rehearsal of the Freshman Band Thursday evening 7:15.
Election of officers will be held at this time.
Clyde I. Flory.
Members of Masques:
Money and unsold tickets for play must be mailed to me at 1052 Bald-
win St. by Thursday night, Nov. 19, without fail.
Helen Whipple, Ticket Chairman.
Mimes :
All men interested in trying out for Mimes activities during the rest of
the year are asked to register at the Mimes Theater today from 4 to 5:30
o'clock. Robert Henderson, Pres.
English And Rhetoric Faculty

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WHlAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear in this column must
he left in the box at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4:00
olock preceding the day of issue.
12:00 - Swimming and calisthenics
drill, open to all faculty members,
under the tutelage of Coach Mann.
I :30=- :00-Fxhibitioni of Henry G.
Kellar's paintings and Afred Hut-
ty's etchings in Alumni Memorial
hall.
14:15-Judge Alexis C. Angell of De-
troit, speak: in room C, Law build-
ing.
4:15-Annual Mayo lecture given by
Dr. W. J. Mayo in Natural Science
auditorium.
4:45-Rehearsal of Palmer Christian
choir at Congregational church.
f5:00-Discussion of experiments on
"Color Contrasts" and "After Im-
ages," room P162, Natural Science
building.
,5:30-S. C. A. cabinet meets at Lane
hall.
7:00-8:00-Dancing classes for men,
Barbour gymnasium.
7:15--Web and lauge meets in room
304, Union.,
7:15-Alpha Nu meets in the societyE
rooms, Angell hall.
7 :30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall auditorium.
7:30-Scenes from "Two Gentlemen
of Verona," presented by sections
I an. II of Shakespearean reading
classes in University Hall.
8 :00-Formal dedication of the new
University hospital at Hill auditor-
ium.
10:00-unionf life membership cam-
gaign workers report at the Union.

Prof. James F. Norris spoke on
"The Quantitative Study of Chemical
I Reactivity" in the chemical amphi-1
theater yesterday.
Professor Norris is a member of
the National Research council and
president of the, American Chemical;
society. The meeting was held under
the joint auspices of the University
and the University of Michigan section
of the American Chemical society.
PRAGUE.-A new chemical element,
which its discoverers call "dvimagan"
and have classified as No. 75 among
the elements, has been found.
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Will Attend National Meetings FRIDAY
1:30-5:00-Exhibition of henry G.
Kellar's paintings and Alfred Hut-
Members of the faculties of the lish in American Life" to be present- Ity's etchings in Alumni Memorial
English and rhetoric departments will ed during the general session by John hall.
represent the University at the 15th M. Clapp of the school of retailing, 6:30-Fellowship supper and enter-
annual meeting of the National coun- . tainment for Chinese students at
cil of teachers of English, to be held New York university. Professor Fries esley hal.
in Chicago, Thursday, Friday, and will also present a paper on "Testing W:00-General meeting for dedication
Saturday, Nov. 26-28. the Academic Preparation of Teachers of University hospital, in Hill audi-
'Prof. C. C. Fries of the English de-! of English", during the Saturday torium.
partment will act as chairman of the morning session of the college section. 9:00-Dance at the Union, preference
sessions of the college English section Mrs. Norma D. Solve and Miss Lila to students of the dental, pharmic,
Friday and Saturday; Prof. Oscar J. Reynolds of the department of Eng- and Graduate schools.
Campbell of the English department lish of the University high school, will
will present a paper on "Graduate f also attend the Chicago meeting. PAY YOUR SUBSCRIPTION NOW.
Work in English" during the Satur-
day morning session of the college sec-
tion; and Prof. F. N. Scott of the'
rhetoric department will lead discus-
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Law Protecting
Iowa's Auto Shy
Horses Repealed
IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 18.-Up to
this year there was a law upon the
statute books of the state of Iowa re-
quiring motorists to use the telephone
every time they travel from town to'
town. When the automobile was first
introduced into Iowa 30 years ago, a
law was passed ordering traveling
motorists to telephone ahead to the
next town so that owners of nervousi
horses might be warned of their ap-
proach.
As the automobile grew more com-
mon, horses lost their fear, and soon
the law was forgotten.
Last winter one of the legislators
discovered that the law was still upon
the statute books and that probably
every motorist in the state was break-
ing it. It was repealed.
OWOSSO.-Mrs. Ethel Kayser, 26
years old, today was placed on proba-
tion for three years for violation of
the prohibition law.

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Psychology 31:
Those substituting experimental work with Mr. McClusky for a thesis
and who were planning to meet with him on Thursday (today, Nov. 19)
for make ,up- work in connection with the experiments should postpone
Thursday's meeting until Tuesday, November, 24, at the same hour. This
does not apply to those who have -attended every meeting of the experimental
groups and have already completed five hours of experimentation.
Howard Y. McClusky.
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Midsemester Examination Friday, November 20, 8:00 A. M. Mr. Manyon's
sections meet in Newberry Hall Auditorium; Mr. Moody's in Alumni Me-
morial Hall; Mr. Scott's in Natural Science Auditorium.
Preston Slosson.
Junior Engineers:
There will be a class meeting of the junior engineers in Room 348 at 4*
P. M. on Thursday,, Nov. 19. E. M. Bragg.
I: 0. T. C.:
Examination for appointment of Cadet Officers and non-commissioned
officers will be held at 9:00 o'clock Saturday morning, November 28th, at
the R. 0. T. C. Headquarters. The examination will be based on Training
Regulations 50-15, 50-20, 420-50. Applicant will be expected to be thor-
oughly familiar with those parts of these regulations which contain instruc-
tions applicable to the grade for which he is being examined and for all
grades lower than that for which he is being examined.

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