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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

F'LA'Y', NOVEMBER 3, 1926

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FRiDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1q26

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 VII FllI)AY, N0VEMBER 5, 102 Number 31
Fall immines:
With the consent of the Deans of their respective colleges, Freshmen and
Sophomores in the Colleges of Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
snd Architecture, and Pharmacy, and in the curriculum in School Health
and Physical Education, are in accordance with custom excused from classes
Saturday morning, November 6, for the purpose of participating in the
annual Fall Games.
C. C. Little.
Senate Council:
The regular meeting of the Senate Council will be held Monday, Novem-
ber 8, at 4:15 p. m. in the President's office,
F. E. Robbins.
Notlce 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 whor 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 information con-
cerning their privileges and responsibilities with respect to life annuities.
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 puchasing 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 Lecture:
Professor R. Whiddington, 1). Se., F. R. S., Director Physical Laboratory,
University of Leeds, England, will give two lectures on the Conduction
of Elecitricity Through Gases. In his first lecture, Friday, November 5, 4:15,
West Lecture Room, Old Physics Building, he will discuss the earlier work
of Sr. J. J. Thomson and others and describe what may be seen in such =i
discharge. In his second lecture, Saturday, November 6, at 10 a. in., he will
tell of recent experimental observations and discuss some possible explana-
tions of the phenomena in the light of these observations.
1]. ik. Randall.
Ann Arbor Art Association:
The private view of the exhibition of the work of Ann Arbor artists and
amateurs will be held in Alumni Memorial Hall Monday evening, November
8. Members of the Association, those who desire to join the Association,
and the exhibitors are invited. The exhibition will continue from November
9 to November 21, inclusive. It is free to students of the University and
children of the schools.
Warren P. Lombard, President.
Field Trip in Sociology 141:
Busses will leave west side Hill Auditorium at one o'clock Friday,
November 4, for visit to Detroit House of Correction for those who did not
go last week. Others will take examination at usual time and place. Allf
who did not take examination last week, however, will take it this week.
A. E. Wood. -
Senior Engineers:
There will be a class meeting in Room 348 at 10 o'clock, on Friday, Nov.
5. Dean Cooley will speak.
E. 1. Bragg.
Sophomore Engineers:
The annual election of class officers will be held in Room 348 at 11
o'clock on Friday, November 5th.
C. 0. Wisler, Mentor.
Sophomore Band:
All sophomores who play any kind of a musical instrument are asked
to meet at the Waterman Gym., Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock to play at
the Fall Games.
Eddie Brady.
Xen's Educational Club:
There will be a meeting of Men's Educational Club Mon. eve., Nov. 8, at
7:00 p. m. in room 304 of the Michigan Union. Dr. S. A. Courtis will speat

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Gov. 1I. S. Whitfield of Mississipp:, and Gov. Tom I. Terral of Arkansas,
vacationing at Ilot Springs, Arkansas, confer on methods of relief for grow-
ers affected by the low price of cotton. They are inspecting some prize cot-
ton.. They are inspecting some prize cotton while conferring
on 'Pctentialities, of Research in Education." All men interested in educa-
tion are urged to be present.
J. D. Cooper, Pres. 41
Choral llion Uslhers:
All ushers are requested to report, not later than 7:30 p. m., at Hill
Auditorium tonight for the English Singers Concert.
. Please be on time and report at East Entrance only.
W. A. Daenpor, Ass't. Supt. Buildings and Grounds Dept.
Phi M '1.1 Kappa :
'There will be an important meeting of the fraternity Friday evening,
November 1, in Room 306, Michigan Union. This will be followed by a
dinner at which Dean Uhl of the School of Education, University of Wis-
consin, will be the speaker. The dinner will be adjourned in time to per-
mit attendance upon the Choral Union Concert. All members of both Omega
and other chapters of hi Delta Kappa are urged to be present.
Robert A. ioni, President.
T.io All Woitmei:
"THl,' iEl' KICK OFF" A Football Dance given by the Women's League
at 4 o'clock, Pmriday, in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Caryl Lundquists' Five
Piece Orchestra., entertainment, and refreshments. No admission fee.
Come and help us "score" a success.
Esther Louise Tuttle, Chahrman.
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