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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 the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturdays).
Volume VI FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925 Number 52

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HOSPITALDDICTION,
(Continued from Page Three)
and proceeded without further delay.
The plant was completed last summer
and the staff and patients moved from
the 01(1 building to the new early in'
August.
Dr. Parnell supervised the work un-
til September, 1924, when he resigned
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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.
This meeting 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:
All junior and senior medical students are excused from classes and
sectioTh nork 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.
Faculty, Guests, Members of Michigan 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.
Harvard Dinner:
The Harvard Dinner of November 21 is to be at 6:00 sharp, instead of
6:30. All former Harvard students are urged to attend.
A. L. Cross.
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 days to observation and participation in one of
the cities selected. It is expected the University spring vacation period
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. DavIs.

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Dr. Harley A. Haynes the present di-
rector. Dr. Haynes took up the work,
where Dr. Parnell had left it, and!
has been in charge since that time.
DETROIT.-Frank F. Rogers, Mich-
igan state highway commissioner and
president of the American Association
of State Highway Officials, told that
organization Wednesday night that an-
other ten years' work will show a
complete system of national highways.
PLYMOUTH, England.-An impres-
sive tribute was paid by the British
navy today to the memory of the 68
officers and men who perished in the
monitor-submarine M-1 a week ago.
Irving Warnols5DS-C
CHIROPODIST AND
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is seen launching a 3,000-pound "messenger of death" against a ship while
moving at 150 miles an hour.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Notices to appear inathis column must
h~e left in the box at the Daily office
provided for that purpose before 4:00
o'clock preceding the day of issue.
FRIDAY
1:30-5:00-Exhibition of Ifenry G.
Kellar's paintings and Alfred Hut-
ty's etchings in Alumni Memorial
hall.
6:30-Fellowship supper and enter-
tainment for Chinese students at
Wesley hall.
7:30-Pep meeting in Yost field house.
8:00-General meeting for dedication

of University hospital, in Hill audi-
torium.
9 :0-lDance at the Union, preference
to students of the dental, pharmic,
and Graduate schools.
SATURDAY
130-5:00-Ex ibition of Henry G.
Kellar's paintings and Alfred Hut-
ty's etchings in Alumni Memorial
hall.
6:00-Harvard dinner at the Union.
7:30-Glee club concert in 1ll audi-
torium.
9:00-Dance at the Union, preference
to all seniors.
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House Parties and House Dances:
The following organizations have been given permission tol
on Saturday, November 21st:
House Parties: Kappa Nu, Phi Sigma Delta. ;
House Dances: Delta Phi
Delta Sigma Delta (Open)
Gamma Eta Gamma
4*rGamma Phi Beta
Martha Cook Building
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Epsilon Pi
Phi Kappa Psi (Closed)
# ~Phi Mu Alpha (Closed)'
Phi Mu Delta
Psi Omega
Phi Rho Sigma (Open)
Phi Sigma Kappa
Sigma Chi (Closed)
Sigma Delta Kappa (Open) r
Sigma Nu (Closed)
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Theta Kappa Nau (Closed)
Theta Kappa Psi
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Public Speaking 31:
I shall be unable to meet my 9 o'clock and 10 o'clock classes in Public
Speaking 31 Friday morning, November 20th
G. E. Densmore.
Forestry' 311:
The midsemester examination will be held in the West Gallery of
Alumni Memorial Hall, Friday, November 20.
L J. Young.
Bacteriology 3a:
The first meeting of the class (bacteriological laboratory) for literary,
phiarmic and graduate students will be held Monday, November 23 at 1:00
o'clock in the West Amphitheater of the Medical Building. Come prepared
with note book, laboratory coat and $5.00 Hygienic Laboratory Ticket (ob-
tainable at the Treasurer's Offie).
Philip Hadley.
History 5:
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.
University of Michigan Band:
Assemble at Morris Hall at 7:10 P. M. tonight for the Pep meeting. No
uniform. Roll call at 7:15.
Paul H. Sehlanderer, Student Manager.
H. 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. O. 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.
L. M. Bricker.

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