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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. Saturdays1.
Volume VI WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 192a Number 73

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University Lecture:
Dr. Sylvanus G. Morley, Associate of the Carnegie Institution of Wash-
ington, will give a University lecture at 4:15 P. M. Wednesday, December
16, in Natural Science Auditorium cn the subject "The Greek of the New
World." The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides.
the public is cordially invited. F. E. Robbins.
Vuiersity Committee on Publications:
A special meeting of the University Committee on Publications will be
held 'in the*Registrar's Office at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, December 1
to consider certain' matters of importance relative tothe Catalogue for
1925-26 and a few other questions pertaining to general policy.
Ira M. SmIth, Registrar.
Christmas Vacation Courses:
The following courses will be given in the period December 21st to
January 1st:
Civil Engineering 67, "Highway Transport Economics and Surveys."
Civil Engineering 72, "Gravel and Quarry Plants, and Gravel and
Broken Stone Roads."
No additional fees are charged for these courses. Further information
may be obtained at Room 1026, East Engineering Building.

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Dan Moody

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Fresioman Engineers:
Professor Wm. H. Hobbs will address the Freshman
o'clock this morning in Room 348.

H. Blanchard.
Assembly at 11

Dan Moody, Texas attorney-general, is being boomed for governor as a result of his efforts to settle
the political war raging around Gov. "Ma" Ferguson. He appears to be cleaning up the situation by ob-
taining a promise from the Fergusons, "Ma" and "Jim," not to run for reelection, and securing cancellation
of allegedly fraudulent road contracts because of which the Fergusons were being attacked. Other figures in
embroglio are shown: Barry Miller, lieutenant governor, who would succeed "Ma" if she were impeached; Lee
Satterwhite, president of the house of representatives, which would be the "Jury."

C. .0. Wisler, head Mentor.

E'lectrical Engineering Colloquumi
TheElectrical Engineering Colloquium will meet at 5 P. M. Thursday,
Dec. 17, in Room 248 West Engineering Building. Prof. Benj. F. Bailey
will present the results of work done upon Single Phase Condenser Type
Motors. All interested are cordially invited to attend.
Benj. F. Bailey.
Presidcnts of Engineering Classes and Organizations:
According to the constitution of the Engineering Council, the presidents
of the following Engineering organizations are automatically members of
this council:
A.S.Ch.E. Senior Engineers
A.S.M.E. Junior Engineersr
A.IE.E. Sophomore Engineers
A.S.C.E. Freshman Engineers
Quarterdeck Aeronautical Society
An important meeting of this Council will be held this evening,
Wednesday, Dec. 16, at 7:00 o'clock in the Engineering Society Room over
the Arch. At this time, the elections for Secretary and Vice President will
be held, and important business will be considered. Kindly be present.
Frank A. Reid, Jr, Pres.
University Women: Women's League:
The fourth Vocational Guidance Conference will be held Wednesday,
December 16, at 4:15 P. M., Room 408 Main Library. Mrs. H. T. Woolley,
Assistant Superintendent of Marrill-Palmer school, Detroit, will speak on
Psychology as a field for women..
irle tTait sefimihggen,
Chairman of Vocational Guidance Committee.
"The importance of Being Earnest"
Tonight and tomorrow night promptly at 8:00 o'clock Oscar Wilde's
Comedy "The Importance of Being Earnest" will be presented in University
Hall as the next program in the Play Production series.
R. D. T. Hlollister.
Organ Recital Omitted:
The weekly organ recital given by Pliser Christian, Uiversity organ-
ist, will be omitted Wednesday afteriloon at 4:15.
Charles A. Sluk, Sevretary.
Ceological and Geographical Journal Club:
The next meeting of the Geological and Geographical Journal Club will
take place on Thursday, Dec, 17, in room 437 N. S. Bldg. at 7:30 P. M. The
feature of the evening will be an illustrated talk by Dr. Case entitled
"Geological Notes on Southwest Utah and South America." All those inter-
ested are cordially urged to attend. The ladies of the faculties concerned
are especially invited to be present at this meeting.
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Secretary.
Botanical Seminar:
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, December 16, at 4:30, B173 N. S.
Bldg. Paper by C. E. Burnside-"The Aspergtllus mycosis of bees."
B. 1. Davis.
ResearCel lub:
Thie December meeting of the Research Club will be held Wednesday,
December 16, at 8 P. M. in the Histological Laboratory, Medical Building.
The program will consist of a paper by Prof. Wm. H. Hobbs, "The Glacial
Anticyclones, the Poles of Atmospheric Circulation," and a paper by Profes-
sor Preston Slosson, "Missing Clauses of the Treaty of Versailles." The
Council will meet at 7 P. M. J. R. Hayden.

HISTORIANS TO CONSIDER MEANS
OF PUBLISHING RESEARCH WORKS
Means for publishing historical necessary funds..
works that give no expectation of Prof. Andrew C. McLaughlin, of the1
profit, but which are worthy as repre- University of Chicago, will preside at!
senting valuable research, will be con- the conferehce. The first paper will!
sidered at a luncheon conference to be be "The,. Function of Historical Re-
held at Alumni Memorial hall, Wed- search in Relation to the Progress
uesday, Dec. 30, as a part of the meet-
ing of the American Historical assoc-
lation. At this session Prof. Evarts
B. Greene, of Columbia University,
will present a report of the endow-
ment committee, which is attempting
to raise a fund of more than $250,000,
to be used in the publication of such G)
writings. F
Publishing houses have in the past,ST
according to Prof. Arthur L. Cross of i
the history department, set aside Gifts for your room-
small funds to publish these works, back home, ennan
not expecting profit, for the good ofp
the cause of education and for the jewelry, and a compl
prestige it gave them. Now, ho-wl ak oen
ever, on account of themincreased costs will make someone h
of publishing, the companies are un-
able to do this, and the committee 3 Excellent display of
is trying to raise a fund to take the of
place of that formerly provided by carry the spirit of th
them. fn
Charles E. Hughes, Elihu Root, andfriends.
other prominent men have been in-
duced to serve on this committee.
Their aim is to secure the aid of men
in large cities, who are interested in4
history and education, in raising the ! .1.ii o I
MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS"_
Second semester freshmen and
sophomores wishing to try out #
for assistant intramural manag-J
er should report at once to the
Intramural office.!

Sof tlmeSocial Sciences," by Guy Stan-
ton Ford, ofrthe Lnive t ii
sota. Arthur H. Schlesinger,; of Har-
i vard university, will speak on the
ways in which the association can
enlarge its services of publication and
I research. Former Sen. AlbertJ.
Beveridge, of Indianapolis,: is: to talk
on "Historical Research as aPublic
Interest." The meeting will close
with Prof. Greene's report.

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LOCAL EVENTS
For notices not otherwise mentioned in
IThe Daily.. Items, will be published on
two successive days only. Copy must
be submitted to the Local Events
Editor by a P. M.
GENERAL
Wednesday
Solos and other novelties are to be
the features of the Christmas band
bounce in Hill auditorium.
Men iterested in winter sports
will meet at 7:30 o'clock in room 304,
Union.
Minor sports tryouts report this af
ternoon and any afternoon this week
at. Yost field house.
A representative from the American
Blower company of Detroit plans to
interview those iuteriested in work
with that company at 9:80 o'clock
this morning in room 221, West Eng.
ineering building.
President Clarence Cook Little dis-
cusses various phases of his own re-
search work at 6:30 o'clock in the
Union. His subject will be: "Mod-
ern Medicine and the Germ Cell", and
is to be given before a banquet of the
Washtenaw County Medical society.

Dr. M. H. Soule speaks on
L of the Canning Industry".

"Aspects

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Coach Matt;. Mann meets faculty
swimming and calisthenics classes at
12 o'clock in the Union pool.
Thursday
Prof. Walter L. Badger of the chem-
istry department will speak on "The
Rate of Growth of Crystals" at the
meeting of the American Chemical so-
ciety at 4:15 o'clock in room 303,
Chemistry building.
RELIGIOUS
Christian Science society will meet
at 7:30 o'clock, Lane hall.
'Ensian Notices
Classes wishing space, in the 1926
Michiganensian must contract and pay
for, same immediately. ]o sp.ace will
be reserved unless a contract is sign-
led by today.
All copy for the organirgtions' see-
tion of the Michiganensiai must be in
the 'Ensian office at the Press build-
ing not later than 3 o'clock Friday af-
ternotn..
Friday will be the last day for
students to make payment on the 1926
I Michiganensian at the rate of $3.50.
The charge for the book 'will be in-

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