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TUTESDAY, 'NOVEMB~ER

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Heads and chairmen of departments in this college are requested to
communicate with my office, if they have not already done so, concerning the
reservation of class rooms for the second semester.
WJHumjphreys.
Fat ully, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
Mid-semester report cards are now being distributed through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report not later than No-
vember 30th the names of all students whose standing is at this time lower
than C. More cards, if needed, can be had at my office.
These cards should. be used only ,'or reports of the work of students
enrolled in this college.
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
Bureau of Appointments-A and B:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with A or B are requested to gall at the office,"Room 102 Tappan Hall,
for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held from
10:30 to 12:00 a. m. and 3:00 to 4:00 p. m., November 22, 23, 24, 26.
Margaret Cameron.
.Students, College of Lecture, Science and the Arts:
Permission to drop courses without E grade may not be given after
Thanksgiving Day. The fact that examinations are given in certain courses
after this date does not affect the operation of this rule. Exceptions will
be made only in cases of extended illness, or because of similarly serious
conditions not under the student's control.
W. R. Humphreys, Asst. Dean.
University Lecture:
Dr. Howard T. Barnes, Professor of Physics at McGill University,
Montreal, will give an illustrated lecture on "Ice Engineering" at the
Science auditorium, Tuesday afternoon,'November 23, at 4:15 o'clock. This
lecture is given under the auspices of the Engineering Council. All are
invited.
W. H. Hobbs.
Public Lecture:
Dr. G. G. Atkins, pastor of the First Congregational church, Detroit,
will give a series of lectures on "Changing Phases of the Christian Ideal."
The first of these, "The Prophetic Approach to Christianity, and Christian-
ity as a Messianic Hope" will be delivered on Tuesday, November 23, at 4:15
p. m. in'Room C, Law building. The lectures are under the auspices of the
Michigan School of Religion. The public is cordially invited.
Leroy Waterman.
Freshnian Ad'isory Group:
My Advisory Group will meet Tuesday evening in Room 323, Union

chased single admission tickets at Slater's may redeem their tickets.
Carl G. Brandt.
Bacteriology SA:
The first meeting of the class will be held Monday, November 29, at
1 o'clock in Laboratory No. 3, (seocnd floor, east) of the East Medical
building. Come prepared with laboratory coat, note book and $5 Hygienic
Laboratory ticket obtainable at the Treasurer's office.'
Philip Hadley.
Sociology 51:
Tomorrow, November 24, is the last day that a change of thesis topic
will be accepted.
11. It. 1loines.
Philosophy 31, Mid-Semester Examination:
Seating arrangements for the mid-semester examination in Philosoph ,
31 this afternoon at 2 o'clock are as follows: The men in Natural Science
auditorium; the women in 231 Angell Hall.
John Kuiper.
Organ Recital:
Palmer Christian, University organist, will give the following program
in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock.
Rhapsody No. 2, in D (Saint-Saens); The Bells of St. Anne de Baupre
(Russell); Allegretto (Wolstenholme); Variations on "Weeping, Fearing,
Mourning, Trembinig" (Liszt); Berceuse and Finale ("l'Oiseu de feu")
(Strawinsky); Pilgrims Chorus (Tannhauser) (Wagner); Prize Song (The
Meister Singer) (Wagner); America Triumphant (Pilgrim Suite) (Dunn).
Charles A. Sink.
The Classical Journal Club:
The Classical Journal Club will meet on Wednesday, November 24, at
4:00 p. in. in Room 2016 Angell Hall. Faculty members of the Greek and
Latin departments are urged to be present .
James E. Dunlap.
Athena Literary Society:
The initiation of new members into Athena will take place in the Athena
room on Tuesday, November 23, at 5:00 p. in. It will be followed by the
initiation banquet at The Haunted Tavern. New members will not be in-
itiated until their initiation fee of$2.00 is paid. All members of Athena
are required to be present.
Florence A. Pollock, President.
Alpha Epsilon Mu:
There will be an important meeting of the A. E. M.'members in the Glee
Club and Varsity Band, Tuesday, November 23, at 8:00 p. m. in Room 308
of the Union. It is imperative that all members be present.
Roy F. Wells, Director.
Alpha Nu:
Alpha Nu debating society will hold its regular weekly meeting tonight
at 7:30 in the chapter room. The question for debate is, "Resolved, That
an International Government be formed for the maintenance of World
Peace." Visitors are welcome.
Robert E. Minnlch, President.
Tau Beta Pl:
There will be a meeting of the Michigan Gamma Chapter of Tau Beta
Pi at 6 o'clock tonight in the Michigan Union.
Joseph D. Ryan, Secretary.
Black Quill:
There will be a meeting of Black Quill Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock 41
204 S. W. It is important that everyone be there.
Mary Elizabeth Kibbey, President.
University Women:
ClIpsing hour on Wednesday night, November 24, will be 1:30 o'ciock
p. Im. Closing hour on Thanksgiving will be 11:00 o'clock p. in.
Alice C. Lloyd, Chairman, Advisers of Wopnen.

Millionaire. Revealed
As Donor Of Library
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Unusual Exhibition of
BATIKS
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOONS

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These unusual scarfs, handkerchiefs, dressCs,
scarfs are here just for two days while en route to
tion in New York.
They will be shown at
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T'he Spirit o Christmas
Does not lie in the money value, but in
the amount of your own personality in
the'gift.

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George F. Baker
New York financier, one of the
r wealthiest men in America, has been
revealed as the donor of a $1,000,000
library to Dartmouth college last
spring. The gift was announced as
anonymous.
MANY ENROLL IN
EXTENSION WORK
With the addition of a class in
"Psychology of Management" organ-
ized at Saginaw, enrollment in the
University courses offered in Mich-
igan cities by the University Exten-
sion division has been increased to
840 students. About 16 more are ex-
pected to be added to the total en-
rollment by the newest class at its
next meeting. With the exception of
a few students who may possibly be
added through the Graduate school,
no further increases are expected.
Prof. Adelbert Ford of the psychol-
ogy department is in charge of the
course at Saginaw. The initial meet-
ing was held last Friday night. The
class is especially intended for busi-
nessgexecutives.
Rider's Pen Shop
Remigto
Portable Typewriters
The strongest, lightest portable
rentals

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order to secure , Iconvenient date.

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Fireplace Wood:
Fireplace wood consisting of limbs of trees and trunks can be had free
for the hauling, as long as it lasts. Apply Buildings and Grounds depart-
menit.
E. C. Pardon.
Foreign Students in the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Foreign students who entered the Colleges of Engineering and Archi.
tecture this semester for the first time will meet the committee on English
for Foreign Students, Wednesday, November 24, at 7:30 p. m., in Room 302
of the Michigan Union.
J.Raleigh Nelson, Chairman.
All Students in Education: 1
All students with advanced credit in Education and all candidates for
the Teachers' Certificates not specifically :following an especially outlined
curriculum or the regular high school series of education courses, are
asked to meet with the Committee on Elections and Certificates, School of
Education, Tuesday, November 23, 2:00 to 5:00, Room 105, Tappan Hall.
This request concerns juniors, seniors, and graduate students, unless
such individuals have already had their specific requirements officially ap-
proved by me personally.
C. 0. Davis, Chairman.
Bacteriology 3, 3A, 3S and 3D:
Opportunity will be given to take a condition examination in any of
these courses Friday, November 26, at 2 o'clock in the lecture raom of the
East Medical building. The final examination in Bacteriology 3D will be
given at the same time and place .
Philip Hadley.
Oratorical Association Course:
The Oratorical Association regrets to announce that, due to the illness
of Mrs. Kennedy, it has become necessary to postpone The Kennedy's ea-
gagement scheduled for tonight. Another announcement will be made as
soon as new arrangements caq be completed. Those patrons who pur-

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Faculty, College of Engineering:f
Mentor cards have been sent to faculty members for the freshmen en-
rolled in their courses. These cards
are to be filled in and returned to the
office of the secretary, College of En-
gineering.
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Head Freshmen Mentor.
MEDICAL SOCIETY
TO HOLD DINNER
Public activity in the form of health
service will form the main topic for
discussion at the periodical dinner
meeting of the Washtenaw county
medical association to be held Novem-
ber 30 at the Union. The program in
general will follow that of the Octo-
ber meeting at which a paper was
read by Dr. J. B. Jackson of Kala-
mazoo and discussions carried out by
Drs. Cabot, Darling 'and Hickey.
MOSCOW.-The Soviet state insur-
ance organization will pay 2,500,0001
rubles for houses and property de-
stroyed during the recent earthquake.

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Saturday, December
$*P. M. Eastern Time
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Tickets $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
at University School of Music1
Charles A. Sink, Secretary and Business Manager.

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