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JAU1'~ EIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is construttive 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

ITUESDAY, NOTERBE'll 2), 19,20

Numwer 3t

University Women:
You are invited to attend a reception in the assembly room of the
Michigan Union Tuesday, November second, at 7:30 P. M. Dr. Clarence
Cook Little will speak at this time and after his talk an opportunity will be
given to meet him. Entering women are especially urged to attend.
Alice C. Lloyd, Adviser of Women.
FreslimanaI Rhetor e Libray V :
The Freshinan Rhetoric Classes will be shown through the General
Library on Tuceday and Weducsday evenings, November 2nd and 3rd, from
7 to 7:45. All groups will start from the Circulation Corridor.
The Classes of Messrs. Van der Lugt, Bouwsma, Schenk, Abbot, Fink-
ley, Conrad, Bader, K reidcr and Morris are scheduled for Tuesday evening;
and those of Me ssrs. Proctor, lanawalt, Bower, Scott, Solve, Gates and
Wells, for Wednesday evcning.
Win. W. Bishop, Librarian.
Entering Sophomores ;ind Ilpercla'*IImenl Who have Not Finished the Re-
quired ilygienie Leet tres :
The first Ilygieu le1ture wilIl he on Tuesday, November 2nd, at 4:15
in Sarah Caswell Angell iall. 1ring blue books.
Dr. Margaret Bell.
Executive Boalrd, graduimte School:
There will be a meeting of the Executive Board of the Graduate School
on Tuesday, November 2, at 5:45 P. M.
A. H. Lloyd.
U. of 1;. Section, American Chemical Society:
The next meeting of this Section will be held on Thursday, November
4th, at 4:15 p. m. in Room 303 in the Chemistry Building.
Dr. Hans T. Clarke, of the Department of Synthetic Chemistry, East-
man Kodak Company, will speak on "Preparative Methods in Organic
Chemistry."
P. F. Weatherill.
Sociology 51:
The following should consult with Miss Scott (in charge of lecture
seating) at once: Eunice Child, Irene Devine, Helen Gustine, H. I.
Palmer, George Platt, Richard Purdy, Sidney Shevitz, Gerald Stewart, Car-
oline Tiller, Russell VanDevent er.
1L. I. Holmes.
I shall be unable to meet my classes until Wednesday.
L. I. Bredvold.
C. E.13 Inspection Trip:
All those of Prof. Sherlock's C. E. 3 class who intend to make the De-
trbit Inspection trip Wednesday, Nov. 3, report at the Engineering Arch at
7:00 A. M.
Milo F. Orr.
Graduate Students in Chemical Engineering:
The usual monthly luncheon of the Staff and Graduate Students in
Chemical Engineering will be held in the Seminar room,, East Engineering
Building, Tuesday, November 2.
Alfred H. White.
Junior Research Club:
The regular meeting of the Junior Research Club will be held on Tues-
day, November 2, at 7:30 p. in. in Room 102 N. S. Election of new mem-
bers. The following papers will be presented:
1. -"Research in American Universities,' by B. A. Soule.
2. "Geological Work of the Greenland Expedition" by L. M. Gould.
W. E. Bachmann, See'y. j
Organ Recital:
PalmerChristian, University organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium, on Wednesday afternoon, November 3rd. at 4:15 P M.
Choral and Fugue (Sonata V) (Guilmant); Liebestraum, (Liszt); Scherzo-
.1l

"Sportiv Fauns" (d'Antalffy); Madrigal (Simonetti); Pass sacaglia and
Finale on Bach (Georg Schumann); Prelude in E (Saint-Saens); Sketch
in D flat (Robert Schumann); Benediction (Karg-Elert).
Charles A. Slik.
The Reserve Bard:
All members of the Reserve band are requested to attend the rehearsal
tonight at seven o'clock in Morris hall. Tryouts for drum major, as well as
for positions in the clarinet, alto, bass and baritone sections will be held
at this rehearsal.
Nicholos Falcone, Director.
A. . C. E. ianqiet:
The iniation banquet of the A. S. C. E. in connection with the Civil
Engineering Faculty banquet will be held this evening at six o'clock at
the Union. -
11ol1 F. Orr, fSec'y.
Landscape Yeeling:
Wednesday, November 3, 1926 at 8:00 P. M. Discussion of Detroit
trips led by Professor Cone. Open to all Landscape students.
W. H. Gray, Chairman Membership Committee.
Acolytes:
Professor Morris of the Philosophy Department will discuss "The
Plilosophical Situation at Oxford," Tuesday evening, Nov. 2, 1926, at 8:00
P. I41. in Room 106 M. H.
C. Ilc Boer.
Adelphi House of Represfen-atives:
To avoid conflict with the Oratorical Association lecture, Adelphi will
meet Wednesday instead of Tuesday of this week.
N. Bowersox, Speaker.
Michigan Dames Meeting:
The Michigan Dames will hold their next meeting on Tuesday evening,
November 2, at 8 o'clock in the Faculty Women's Club Rooms, 226 South
Ingalls Street. All wives of students are cordially invited to be present.
Mrs. Carl L. Whitchurch, President.
Physics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquium will meet at 4:15 P. M. Tuesday, November 2,
in Room 1041, New Physics Building. Dr. E. Hulthen will speak on the
Hydride Spectra of the Alkaline Earths. All interested are cordially invited
to attend.
W. F. Colby.
Alpha Nu:
Alpha Nu has postponed its regular meeting this week until Wednes-
day evening so that the members may attend the lecture of Gregory Mason.
The subject for debate before the Society on Wednesday is, Resolved, "That
the United States should cancel its Allied War Debts." Any men who are
interested are invited.
Robt. E. lIinnich, Pres.
aignia Gamma Epsilon:
First regular monthly luncheon of the year will be held today at noon,
Michigan Union.
D. A. hlolm.
Athena Literary Society:
There will be no meeting of Athena on Tuesday, Nov. 2nd, due to the
conflict with the President's reception for University Women. The next
meeting will take place on Nov. 9th. Miss Laura Osgood will lead an open
discussion.on campus elections. All members are expected to take part in
the discussion.
Florence A. (Pollock, President.
Portia Literary Society:
Due to President Little's speech which is scheduled for Tuesday eve-

ning. Initiation will be postponed until Tuesday, November 9th.
Miriam M. Olden, President.
Youngstown-MlchIgan Club:
Very important meeting Wednesday, Nov. 3, at 7:30 in Room 302 Union.
It is important that all members should be present.
J. H. Parker, President.
Notice to All Faculty Members:
At meetings of the Regents held January 10 and April 25, 1919, the Board
made the purchase of an annuity in the Teachers' Insurance and Annuity
Association of America, a condition of employment in the case of all members
of the Faculties thereafter engaged except instructors of less than three
years' standing, with whom such purchase is optional.
Members of the Faculties and others connected with the University can
obtain at the office of the Secretary of the University full informations con-
cerning their privileges and responsibilities with respect to life annuities.
I Specimen policies, rate books, and reports of the Teachers' Insurance and
Annuity Association are on file for distribution. Ask for Mr. Watkins,
Assistant Secretary.
The University will contribute equally with the member of the Faculty,
within certain limits, to the provision of the old age annuity. The faculty
member thus purchasing an annuity receives under such conditions 100 per
cent upon his contribution plus 4 per cent per annum on'the entire sum
involved and these accumulations are non-forfeitable to him in any case.
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary of the University.
University Instructors:
This is to inform you that instructors in the University, when regularly
I enrolled graduate students, may enjoy the benefits of the University Health
Service by paying the regular Health Service fee of $10.00, at the time of en-
rollment. This privilege does not extend to members of a family. If you
wish to pay the fee with this understanding, you should attend to the matter
not later than November 1. Please call at the office of the Graduate School,
Room 1014, Angell Hall, for this purpose.
A. H. Lloyd.

Tamous Astronomer
Directs Observatory
Although Sightless

University Of Iowa
To Try Oxford Plan
Introduction of the honors system
used by Oxford university of England,
in a modified form, will be an innova-
tion of the University of Iowa depart- I
ment of English in February.
The plan, open only to juniors and
seniors, provides that the students
may attend the honors courses with-
out being responsible for the regularly
required work. Examinations will be:
taken at the end of the junior and
senior years.
Primarily, students in the courses
are to be trained in English and more
broadly in relative subjects such as
history, philosophy, modern language
and the classics.
Bulgarian Monarch
In Physician's Care
(By Associated Press)
BUCHAREST, Oct. 30.-King Ferdi-
nand is ill and under treatment by his
physicians. He is suffering from an
intestinal complaint.
The royal physicians today issued
a bulletin announcing that the king's
illness is due to "sigmoiditis" or in-
flamation of the sigmoid flexure, a

section of the large intestine. The
affliction, it is further announced, is
following a normal course.
BERLIN.-To meet a deficit in the
public instruction budget the board
of aldermen has raised the fees for
students from $37 to $48 a year in
schools.

Professor Edwin B. Frost
Director of Yerkes Observatory of
Chicago at Williams Bay, Wis., has be-
come noted as an astronomer although
blind. Hle reads the heavens through
his students.
CONSTANTINOPLE. -- A Turko-
German treaty of commerce was sign-
ed at Angora.

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