THE MICHIGAN DAILY
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1920
DALY 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 VII TIIURSI)AY, OCTOBER 14, 1926 Number 15
Entering Upperclass Women:
All entering upperclass women are required to attend the second Or-
ganization Lecture Thursday, October 14, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Caswell
Angell Hall, Barbour Gymnasium.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Women.
Evelyn Murray, President Women's League.
Without the consent of parents, the University is unwilling to take the
responsibility for women students who go out of town to football games.
Therefore all girls desiring to do so are required to present a letter from
their parents authorizing them to go. This letter must be presented at
least three days in advance of the date of the game, to the Office of Ad-
visers'of Women, at Barbour Gymnasium, where it will be kept on file.
Letters will not be accepted or permission given after the third day preced-
ing the game.
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women.
Game Discussed By
President Li t t l e
With the proposed Michigan-Har-
,vard football gamne, which has been
pending for some time, has been def-
initely dropped from the schedule for
the present, Dr. Clarence C. Little,
president of the University, issued the
"Now that the matter of Michigan-
Harvard football games for 1927 and
1928 has been settled by Princeton,
Yale and Harvard in conference, it'
seems to me only fair to all concern-
ed to make clear Michigan's position
in the matter.
"Michigan did not take the initia-
tive in opening the negotiations and
was in no way responsible for any
publicity in connection with the pro-
"Michigan believes that friendly nat-
ural rivalries are not always confined
to those who live nearby nor are
calmness and unemotional treatment
of the athletic problem always to be
furthered or even obtained by limit-
ing contests geographically. We
should have greatly enjoyed the
games. We remember with pleasure
previous contacts with Harvard and
we regret that the interpretation of
the present agreement between Prince-
ton, Yale, and Harvard has at least
postponed the opportunity for the ex-
change of games."
EAST LANSING.- When Michigan
State college's football team opposes
Cornell at Ithaca Saturday, President
Kenyon L. Butterfield of State will be
torn between loyalty to his school anda
to his family.
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I shall not meet my classes on Thursday, October 14
James A. Reed
Second Year Italian:
Contrary to the first announcement, the class in second year Italian,
(course 151), will be continued in the same room and at the same hour at
which it has been meeting, 10:00 o'clock, Room 301 South Wing. Prof.
McLaughlin will teach the class.
Philip E. Bursley.
Choral Union Ushers:
All ushers are requested to report at Hill Auditorium by 7:15 this eve-
ning for the Elsie Janis Entertainment.
W. A. Davenport, Asst. Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Frieda Hempel Concert:
Frieda Hempel, Soprano, assisted by Ewald Haun, Flute, and Rudolph
Gruen, Piano, will give the following program in the Choral Union Series in
Hill Auditorium, Monday evening, October 18 at 8:00 o'clock, sharp:
Rondo Capriccioso (Mendelssohn) Mr. Gruen; My Mother bids me bind
my Hair (Haydn), ARIA from the "Marriage Cantata" (Bach) Miss Hempel
(with Flute Obligato); Theme and Variations (Proch) Miss Hempel (with
Flute Obligato); Prelude in G 'Minor (Gruen), Prelude in B flat
minor (Chopin) Mr. Gruen; Ave Marie (Schubert), Der Schmied
(Schumann), Feldeinsamkeit (Brahms), Dort in den Wieden (Brahms),
I have a Lover True (Wolf) Miss Hempel; Spirale (Donjon)
Mr. Haun; Folk Songs: Schwesterlein (German) Gsaetzli (Swiss),
Coucou, Canari Jaloux (Neuchatel), Lauterbach (Alsatian) Miss Hempel.
In order to avoid confusion the management respectfully requests those
who will attend the concert to come on time as the doors will be closed dur-
ing numbers and to detach from their course tickets before leaving home,
and to present for admission, only coupon Number "1" reading "Frieda
Charles A. Sink.
All Buffalo Smoker:
This evening at the Union, 7:30 P. M. Scalp and Blade is host. All
men from Buffalo are invited to attend. Entertainment and refreshments
will be provided.
W. J. Dodge, Secretary.
Harvard Club of Michigan:
A Harvard dinner will be held at the Michigan Union, Saturday, Oc-
tober 16th, at 6:30. Ticket, can be secured at the Union desk at $2.00
per plate. All Harvard men will be welcome.
A. L. Dunham.
The Contemporary Jewish Literature group will haveits first discus-
sion on Thursday evening, October 14th, 7:30 P. M. at 615 E. University.
Rabbi Finkelstein will lead the discussion.
Adolphe H. Finkelstein.
The first business meeting of the year will be held in the Board Room
of Lane Hall Friday, October 15, at 8 p. m. Election of officers will be the
matter of chief importance at this time. All members are asked to be pres-
A. S. Pride.
Zoological Journal Club:
The Zoology Journal club will meet Thursday, Oct. 14 in room 242
Natural Science Bldg., at 7:30 p. in. F. N. Blanchard will 'review Dunn's
The Salamanders of the Family Plethodontidae and T. C. Byerly will discuss
Some Possible Factors in the Proliferation of Somatic Cells.
F. N. Blanchard.
Geological Journal Club:
The first meeting of the Geological Journal club will take place on
Thursday, Oct. 14, in Room 437 N. S. Bldg. Mr. Senstius will speak on
"Climate-Plant-Soil Relations in the Tropics."
Walter A. Ver Wiebe, Sect.
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