THE MICHIGAN DAi-Y
A L O iCIAL'BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is corstructive notice to all members of
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until"
3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
Choral Union Ushcrs
All ushers assigned for this -eason's conccrts are rcquested to report ill
Hlit] AuditoriAm by 7:.tonTightt
IV. A. 1).1 ent1ort.
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
will find the Packard Restaurant
bigger and better " than ever.
703 Packard St.
Virgilio I a
S1ri- s in lull
was obliged 10
GY II'i, Il'-,i 'rl
ha( of the ('ii o Opera Company, will appear
I Volunie S.
FRILIA, ('OR)BU 2, 1927".
's9 i a ler ;Jk
w 1 '0 11U,' I 11' at x conlei'rt ill h Ex l i.; tra Concert
Auditori m tonighit, aking the place of Giicomo Riminii, who
Cancel his (ngagement on account of illness.
Charles A. Sink.
Students, College of literature, Selevee and the Arts:
The following stude( t are requested to meet the Scholarship Committee
on Friday, October 28th, in Room 300, SW, University Hall, at the tite indi-
cated in this notice:
1. H. A. Abramson ........ .3:00 12L. P. Kauffman .. ....,.. 3:55
2. A. W. Bechtel ..........3:05 1. Sophie Kimels.........4:00
C. 1. Boyd.............3:10 14. Opha M. Knapp.........4:05
4. II. A. Brubacher ..........3:15 15. R. MacRae............4:10
5. It.E.- Carson ............,3:20 16. L. B. Miller............4:15
G. R. G. Curtis............3:25 17. Mrs. Augusta Niethammer .4:20
7. A. B Elliott.............3:30 18. Angela G. Nosenzo .......4:25
8. Katherine Francis... ...3:35 19. Russell D. Sauer. . .....4:30
9. H. L. Hirt.............3:40 20. C. C. Van Vechten .... ...4:15
10, Isaac Hoffman..........3:45 2-1. Irja Widenius ..,.....4:40
11. Mildred Innis.... .....3:50 22. P. A. Wight ............4:45
23. Ph. P. Wright.........4:50 p.m.
Men's Edlnwaltional (liib: -
The clb wi meet iii Room 304, Michigan Union, at seven o'clock, Mon-
day, October 31. Professors Trow andl McClusky will report informally on the
recent Symposium on Feeling and Emotions held at Wittenberg College in
connectioli with the de(d ication of its new psychological laboratories.
W. A. Arnold, President. j
Calvini Am mni:
There will be a reunion of aHI Calvin alumni, at the home of Mr. Bouwsma,
815 Dewey street, on Saturday evening, October 29.
Ann Arbor Art Assoclatloio:
One man exhibition of wa'ter colors by Carl Lundquist and- a group of!
Oriental paintings selected from local collections are being shown in the WestI
Gallery, Alumni Memorial Hall, through Sunday, Oct. 30.
Bruce M. Donaldson.
YOUNG AUTHOR SENDS GOULD BOOK.
DESCRIPTIVE OF BAFFIN BAY TRIP
]Is oI Kaufman
End of Month Sale Offers
Wonderf ul Valu es
COATS and DRESSES l M
x. P. Thieme.
7?ducatiou C-105~. Psychology of Elementary Sciool Subjects:
I shall not be able to meet my class, Friday, October 28.
ygiene Lectures-University Women:
All entering women are required to attend six hygiene lectures and take
an examination at end of course.
Margaret Bell, M.D.
Girls Going to Urbana:
PleaseComte in and pay the chaperone fee some time before five o'clock
Beatrice W. Johnson, Advisor of Women.
I will be at home, 619 East University Avenue, October from four-thitry
to six o'clock;
Margaret Mann, Student Adviser.
The first Hygiene Lecture will be given on Monday, October 31st, at 4:15
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.
Margaret Bell M.D.
The Freshman Spread is in honor of all Freshmen women. If any Fresh-
man has failed to receive an invitation by mail, she is urged to consider this
notice as her invitation. The Spread .is informal, in Barbour gymnasium,
Friday, October 28th, from 8 to 11 o'clock.
Grace Rickards, Adviser of Women.
Friday and Saturday
Prof. Lawrence M. Gould has just which Professor Gould was associated
received a copy of a book by David with the boy.
Binney Putnam which recounts the A description of the trip inland,
cross-country, into land never before
experiences of the Putnam Baffin Bay seen by white men is simply told. It
expedition of which Professor Gould was on this trip that Professor Gould
was chief geographer and assistant found some fossils with which he hop-
director. The book, "David Goes to es to correlate the history of Europe
o f thandt was written beditioh with the North American continent.
David describes the fossils and tells
George Palmer Putnam, publisher. how the party discovered and named
The books gives an account of the mesas and canyons, where the boy-
trip through the Arctic waters andI author shot caribou, and the finding of
describes the exploration and the the nesting place of the rare Blue
mapping of the unknown shores of Goose.
Baffin Island. David Binney Putnam,_ _
the author, is only 14 years old, andALUMNI
yet has written five books for boys. AU N FIELD WORKER
He was a member of the whaleboat AT LOCAi Tl[EATER NOW
party sent out for one month along-
the northern coast of Foxe land. The Fred S. Randall, '23, of Duluth,
little expedition survived ice and Minn., is appearing at the Majestic
terrific tides and established the fact theater with "The Four Voices," a
that some 5000 square miles of land quartet, the last three days of this
previously set down on charts actual- week. Randall has been secretary of
ly did not exist. the Duluth Alumni club for the past
Professor Gould, or "Larry" as he three years and, at -the present time,
is called in the book, is mentioned is doing field work for the Alumni as-
frequently. The boy author tells of sociation under the direction of T.
his "urodigious heard," and relates Hawley Tapping while travelling on
many incidents of their daily life in the Keith and Orpheum circuits. }
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Polonia Literary Circle:
The first program meeting of the year
October 28, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Sadowski will
will be held in Lane Hall Friday,
give a short talk. Everybody out.
Cecilia 1D. Wells, Secretary.'
New York's a won-
derful place to visit,
but I Wouldn't want
to live there."
Prof. Donald M. Matthews of the
School of Forestry and Conservation
returned yesterday from Detroitj
where he addressed the annual ban-
quet of the National Association of
Woodturners who have been attending
a convention in the Statler hotel in De-
troit. Professor MXatthews took the
place of Dean Samuel T. Dana who
was unable to attend the banquet.
Professor Matthews told of the aims
of the new forestry school at the Uni-
versity here and stressed the fact that
Michigan is now able to engage in
greater research for the benefit of
wood consumers due to the enlarged
facilities of the new school.. The
woodturners were of the opinion that
not enough well-trained men are
ready to take the places of the older
executives, Professor Matthews said.
They expressed interest in the work
done at Michigan and emphasized the
necessity for looking forward and ob-
taining the best possible training in
for all daytime and evening occasions
TONIGHT and SATURDAY NIGHT
9 to 1,
9to 1 2
$1.00 per couple
These two big week-end dances at Granger's are always
greatly enjoyed by Michigan Students. The music is fur-
nished by Bill Watkins and his Wolverines, and their specialty
numbers provide plenty of entertainment.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
, aill orders now.
Box Office sale
opens Mon., Oct. 31
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