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October 18, 1927 - Image 8

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Publication in the Bulletin is cor.structive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. m. (11:'0 a. m. Saturday.)

Volume 8

SAdell)JAMouse (f Representatives:
The openi session will consist of the final tryout speches of the followving
applicants: Schutz, Samson, Vandervoort,Tartig, Wil oby,
Yeagley, Harrison, Parks and Schroeder. These men are to report in the
society's room on the fourth foor of Angell Hall promptly at 7:30 this even.
ing prepared to give their tryout speeches of five minutes length. All active
members must be present to ballot on these applicants.
Robert J. Gezssner. Speaker.
Theta Sigma Phi:
There will be a meeting tonight at 8 o'clock' in Betsy Barbour 1ouse.
Dorothy Morehoime.
Sc:ibbrd Anid Blade:
There will be a meeting Wednesday night, October 19. at the Union at
7:15 P. M. Important matters are to be taken up and it is requested that
every member be present._

Professor R. H. Holmes of the Soci-
ology department will speak today at
the Statler hotel before the Detroit
Chapter, Sons of the American Revo-



Number 25,

University Lectures.
Canon Edmund H. Fellowes, M.A., Mus. Doc., of Windsor Castle, England,
will give two lectures on the music of the Elizabethan Period and its relation
to the literature of that time. The lectures will be illustrated by voices and
music of the period. The lectures will be given in the Natural. Science Audi-
torium at 4:15 p. m. PThe dates and subjects are as follows: Thursday, Octo-
er 20, "The English Madrigal." Friday, October 21, "The Elizabethan Art
Songs." The public is cordially invited. F. E. Xoblbins.
Phillips Scholarship:
Three scholarships of $50 each will be awarded to the students passing
the best examinations in the four units of entrance Latin or in two units of
Greek and four of Latin. See University Calendar pp. 185-6.
Application for admission to this examination should be made to the
undersigned before October 22.r . .
ileiry A.. Sanders.
John G. Winter.
French 161:
I shall be unable to meet this class Otober 18 and 20.
John R. Effinger. f
Hygiene 101-Mr. L angton's Section:
Mr. Langton will not meet his class this week.
John Sundwidl, M, ,).
Hygiene 101-Dr. lsamingers Section:
Dr. Isaminger will not meet his class on Tuesday or Wednesday of this
John Sundwaol, 3. D.


?Yauagership Tryouts
All sophomores or second se-
mester freshmen who wish to try
out for basketball manager are
asked to report at Waterman
gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock to-
Robert Leland, Manager

Conrad Aiken, tutor of English at
Harvard University, and author of
many poems and novels, believes that
the United States is no fit country for
an author. He believes that the tutor-
ial system in the United States is
poorly organized and that it is but a
fifth wheel in the machine of educa-
When asked why so many American
authors are emigrating to Eng"land.
Aiken said: "The background is in-
finitely richer. English society is cul-
tured from top to bottom. The Eng-
lish countryside appeals to the novel-
ist, while in America everything is
rough, ready, uncouth, forlorn, and di-

Any student my conpete for the
prize of $1,000 which is to be awarded
to the nrson writing the best play
portraying fai0h in living. The an-
nouncement of this prize was male
by thiRepertory Theatre of Boston
when one of its patrons offered th_
amount be)au1! o his interest i111!1
Stalrtling' numbe)(r of suilcescomm1l.it
ted among college students of last
A committee has been chosen to
.jud' the inauuscrilpt5; Winthrop Ans
and David 1elasco, theatrical produc-
ers, Pr. S. Parkes Cadman. president
of tle Federal Council of Churchle
of Christ in America, Dr. John H. Fin-
lau, cilfor of the New York Times,

Phi Eljis teoii oappa:2
There is to be a meeting in Room 323

P. E. shoyton.
of the Union tonight at S o'clock.
Max Patn.

Meeting tonight at 7:30 on the
fourth floor of Angell Hall. Those
who have made application for mem-
bership, or who have attended one or
two meetings and desire to make ap-
plication, are requested to give their
tryout spdeches at this meeting. Try-
outs after tonight must be arranged
with the membership chairman. After
the program there will be an import-
ant business meeting for all members.
Lyle E. Eisermian, Pres.
There will be a meeting of the
J-Hop> committee tonight at 10 P. M.
in Room 306 of, the Michigan Union.
John R. Glnmartin, Chairman.
Youngstown Michigaon Club:
The initial meeting of the Youngs-
town Michigan Club will be held Wed-
nesday, at 7:00 in Roam 302 of the
Michigan Union.
K. C. Schafer.


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Hygiene Lecture:
The first freshmen lecture in Hygiene for men will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium, Thursday and Friday, October 20th and 21st, at 3-4 and 5
P. M. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical train-
ing groups and others that have been excused from these groups.
George A. i ay.

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Psychology $4, 36, 38, 42:
Students absent from the examination in these courses will be examined
at 2 p. m. Tuesday, October 18, in Room 3126 N. S.
W. B. Pillsbury.
Mathematics Staff, Literary College:
There will be a meeting of those teaching sections of Mathematics 1 and
7 in Room 3010 A. H. on Tuesday, October 18, 1927, at 5:00 P. M.
hTa. W Usd'h tr

D)raia Reding Section, Faculty
Womnim's Club:
The first meeting of the Tuesday
Drama Reading Section, will be held
at the home of Mrs. U. B. Phillips,
1954 Cambridge Road, at 2:30 Tues-
day, October 18.
Josephine S. Moore.

Chesterfield smok
doit' change with

J01111 tU. iI(Lt I Nursery Section, Faculty Women's
Pl~ysies Collou+ iuma : Club:
Miss Ellen Miller of the Meril-Pal-
Dr. S. A. Goudsmit will speak on "Spectrocopic Evidence of a Nuclear mer school of Detroit, will speak on
Spin in Bismuth," at 4:15 Tuesday, October 18, in Room 1041, East Physics the subject, "The clothing of the pre-
Building. All interested are cordially invited to attend. .school child," on Wednesda eening,
W.,F.Coly. October. 19th, at 8 olclock, in the
n Faculty Women's club house, 226 S.
Junior Women:Inassre.
Those who have not yet paid their Junior Girls Play dues may do so All parents who have their children
October 18th and 19th at table in University Hall Corridor. registered in the school, or have ever
Marie D. Hartwig, Bus. Mgr had them enrolled are cordially in-
vited to be present.
Student Brancim, A. S. L1. E.: Mrs. E. S. Wolaver, Chairman.
Meeting for election of officers will be held Wednesday, October 19th,
at 5 P. M., Room 311, W. Eng. Building. Dues must be paid for participation Research
in this meeting,. y I 1R sa c lub XV1Il
P. . Shoemaker, Temp. Chairman. 1-rt
The Engineering Debate Society:Hs

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- Will meet at 8 o'clock. Tuesday evening in Room 319 W. Engineering
F. N. Menefee.
Twifigit Organ Recital:
Margaret MacGregor, instructor in organ in the University School of
Music, will give the following program in Hill Auditorium, Wednesday after-
noon, October 19,, at 4:15 o'clock, instead of Palmer Christian, who will be
out of the city: Piece Heroique (Franck); Reverie (Dickinson); Minuetto
antico e Musetta'(Yon); Prelude and Fugue on B A C H (Liszt); The Bells
of St. Anne de Beaupre (Russell); Romance sans Paroles (Bonnet); Rhap-
sody Catalene (Bonnet).
Charles A. Sink..

The first meeting of the Research
club for this year will take place at 8
o'clock tomorrow night in room 2528
East Medical building.
Two papers will be read: one 'by
Dean H. M. Bates, entitled "A Modern
View of States' Rights," and the other
by Prof. Louis C. Karpinski, on
"Manuscript Maps Relating to Ameri-
can History in European Archives."
The annual election of officers will
also be held at this time. The coun-
cil will meet at 7:45.
Japanese clubwomen are attempting
to bring about reforms in the workinig
conditions of the 300,000 or more wo-
men silk mill workers in that country.

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Choral Un ion:s
Choral Union rehearsal, men and women,
hearsal on the evening of October 20.

Tuesday, October 18. No re-

Earl T. Moore.

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