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TUESDAf, NOVEM~lER 15, 1!'27

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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. Saturday.)

they will appear on the Commencement program and on diplomas. Dis- c'clock. All active members are urgently requested to be present at
crepancies should be reported at once. closed session to transact important business.
Florence )[ohr, Recorder. Robert Vessuer, Speaker.


Volume 8.


Nunmber 48.

University Lectures:
Dr. Dixon Ryan Fox, Professor of American History in Columbia Univer-
sity, will deliver two University lectures in the Natural Science auditorium
as follows:
Wednesday, November 16, at 4:15 p.m., "Refuse Ideas and their Disposal."
Thursday, November 17, at 4:15 p.m., "Culture in Knapsacks; the thoughts
of European Soldiers in America, 1776-1783."
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
General Committee on the University College:
The next meeting of the General Committee on the University College will
be held in room D, Alumni Memorial hall, at 4:15 p.m., on Monday, November
All of the members are requested to bring with them in writing specific
suggestions for consideration by the following sub-committees:
A. Sub-committee on Faculty.
B. Sub-committee on Selection, Placement, and Guidance of Students.
C. Sub-committee on Courses.
In order to free these suggestions from any personal emphasis, they
should be unsigned.
Ira M. Suinth, Secretary.
University Lecture:
Professor Enno Littmann of the Department of Semitic Philology; Uni-
versity of Tubingen, will lecture in English on "The Origins of the Arabian
Nights," at 4:15 p.m., Friday, December 2, in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on engineering and architectural students in
your classes whose work is below passing should be made on cards which may
be obtained in the office of the secretary, 263 West Engineering Building, or
from the messenger boxes. These reports are to be filed in the secretary's
office not later than Saturday, November 19.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Bureau of Appointments:
Those who have partly filled out blanks for the Bureau must complete
them this week or pay the late enrollment fee.
Helen Shambaugh.
fech. Eng. 20:
I shall be unable to meet my class in M.E. 20 today.
It. S Hawley.
Psychology 31:
Subjects in Emotion and Motor Control experiment meet in room 3003
Angell hall Tuesday, Nov. 15, at 4 p.m. Please be prompt.
Phyllis Swan.
Freshnen Lecture in Hygiene:
I The second freshmen lecture in hygiene for men will be given in Water-
man Gymnasium on Thursday and Friday, November 17 and 18, at 3, 4 and 5
o'clock. This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
training groups and others that have been excused from these groups.
Geo. May.
Men Students in the Four-Year Curriculum in Physical Education:
The first quarter of the semester will end on Tuesday, Nov. 15 and the
second quarter will begin on Wednesday, Nov. 16. Classes will meet as fol-
Education F1.4b, Marching and Mass Athletics will meet with Dr. May in
the gymnasium on Thursday morning, Nov. 17 at 9 a.m.
Education F43b, Basketball will meet with Mr. Courtwight at the Yost
Feld House on Wednesday morning Nov: 16, at 9 a.m.
Education F45b, Scouting will meet with Mr. Samuel in room 20 Water-
man Gymnasium on Thursday morning at 9 a.m.

To All Seniors:
Order slips for Michiganensian pictures may be obtained at the business
office of the Miohiganensian any afternoon from 1 until 5. You are requested
to attend to this at once, because appointments made late will mean no picture
in the Senior section.
Bryan Hunt, Editor.
The tailor will be at ROTC Headquarters Tuesday, November 15, to try
on advanced course uniforms.
coiomies mClub:
Meets Wednesday, November 16, at 7:45 in room 302 Michigan Union.-
Mr. Perry Mason speaks on Public Utility Depreciation. Members of the staffsj
in Economics and Business Administration and graduate students in these
departments are invited.
Z. C. Dickinson.

Tau ftaNp:
'The f;Ill initiaion will be held at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 135 at the
1.ichigan Union. A banquet will follow the initiation. An invitation is ex-
tended to all members of Tau Beta Pi.
W. E. Berger, Secretary.
The Fall Initiation will be held in the Society rooms at 3:30 o'clock this
afternoon. Following the initiation a banquet will be served at the Union in
honor of the new members at 6:15 o'clock. Old members are requested to ob-
tain their tickets from the commmittee as soon as possible, but a few may be
har! from the chairman at the Union just before the banquet.
Lyle E. Eiserman, President.
Tryouts For Comedy Club:
Tryouts for Comedy Club will be held Thursday, November 17, from 3 to
o'clock in Newberry J-lall. Candidates should be prepared with a short read.
ig from some play. Optional material may be had at the desk of Angell


Students' Recital: study hall.
The Students' Orchestra of the University School of Music, Banns Pick,'
conducting, assisted by members of the Folk and Interpretation Dancing
Classes of the University, will give a recital for children in Hill Auditorium, !ijilel Foundation:
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. Children of the schools o Ann Arbor Professor Sharfman, of the E
will be admitted to the main floor, while the general public will be admitted speaker at the Hillel luncheon forz
to the balconies. No admission charge. 15, in the ladies dining room of th
The program will be as follows: Mozart: Overture from "Eine Kleine
Nachmusik;" Title: Serenade for Flute and Hecklephone, Thelma Feltis; Pick:
Joseph E. Maddy; Kranz: "Whirlwind" for Flute Solo, Thelma Feltis; Pick: IPn-Ilellenic Ball Tickets:
Three Popular Folksongs: "Old Folks at Home," "The Girl I Left Behind Me," Pan-Hellenic 13all tickets will b
"Ben Bolt," Mathilde Burns, Donna Esselstyn, Joseph E. Maddy and Hlans o'clock on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Pick; Saint-Seans: Marche Militaire Francaise from "Suite Algerienne;"
Three Dances for Orchestra: Greig: Norwegian Dance, Beethoven: Minute
in G major, Straus: Blue Danube Waltz; Ward: "America the Beautiful." Fresbina n Grou No.1: :
Charles A. Sink. '4-


Roy G. Curtis, President.
conomics department, will be the guest
men to be held Tuesday noon, November
e Union.
Bernard Goldman.
be on sale in Barbour Gym., from 3 to 5
Lois Porter, Chair.
will meet at Barbour Gym.. Wednesday at
t game and we need your support.

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be studied will be one and a half years
of age.
Since the education of a child begins
very early in his life, it is important,
thinks Dean Whitney, that the glra)hic
curve of his learning, which can be
studied by teacheirs, should begin way
down. At n "Iesent the initial part of
this curve is missing, for there are
virtually no extant facilities for a min-
ute examination of a child's crly edu-
cation. When the new unit has been
put into operation, a very unusual op-
portunity will be offered by the Uni-
versity of Michigan to study the sci-
ence of education from beginning to
end. It will be possible to take a
child of one and a half years of age,
put him in the pre-school unit, and
observe his progress through that
unit, through 4the six grades which
the new unlit will also provide, through
the junior high school and the high
school maintained now by the Univer-
sity, and finally through the literary
college and the professional schools.
"We do not know much about very
small children," Dean Whitney said.
"We have a number of institutions,
one of which studies the physical as-
pects alone, another which studies the
emotional side as the most important
feature, and so on. Here we shall
seek .to study the child as a whole, for
he is at one a physiological, a soci-
ological, and a mental creature."
"The problem is a hard one because
it contains so many elements-the
complexity of a child is enormous, and
.he is constantly changing. We have
always to consider what an -all-round
animal the child i.." With the new
building, however, and the facilities
1 for study and the expents provided by
the University, Dean Whitney has con-
fidence that much worthwhile can be


Reserve Band:

j Mrs. Smiths Fresman Group v
15 o'clock- This will be an importan

Rehearsal tonight at 7 o'clock at the Band Hall. I L. Benson, Capt.
Nicholas Falcone, Director. M."'Kramer, Scribe
Tryouts For the Reserve Band: Iomen's League aid interchurcl Bazaar:
More men who play instruments are needed in the Reserve Band. Any There will be a meeting of the central Bazaar committee today at A
man in the University is eligible. Report tonight at 7 o'clock at the Band o'clock at Barbour gymnasium.
Hall on State street. atBrou yn

Nicholas Falcone, Director.

Jean iI Mcag, eneral Chairman.

Engineering pebating Society :
Meets in room 304 Michigan Union, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
F. N. Menefee.
Student Branch A.S.M.E.:
An important meeting will be held this evening in the Engineering Society
room at 7:30 o'clock. All members are urged to attend.
Francis A. Norquist, Secretary and Treasurer. j
Le Cerele Francais:
There will be a meeting of Le Cercle Francais at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday
night, November 16, in the Cercle's room at 202 South Wing. An interesting
program has been arranged, and will follow the usual business meeting. Al]
members are urged to be present. Ic!
Alo S. Ryan, President.
Faculty Women's Club:
The Drama Reading Section will meet Tuesday, November 15, at 2:30
o'clock with Mrs. J. W. Scholl, 917 Forest. Hostesses, Mrs. A- J. Jobin and
Mrs. H. Hootkins.
Josephine Moore.
Phi Kappa Phi:
All members of Phi Kappa Phi from other chapters are invited to identify
themselves with the Michigan Chapter by notifying the secretary at 1215 E
Engineering building.
R. S. Swinton, Secretary.
A delphi House of Representatives:

Youngstown Nichig anClub:
There will be a meeting of all Youngstown men at the Union in room 304
Wednesday at 7 o'clock.
T. I. Farrell, Secretary.
3lortarboard Gloves:
Mortarboard will sell gloves Tuesday and Wednesday in University Hall
nea, the candy booth.
Josephine Norton.


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E"D.Michll Te ill for discussiont this evening is: ''Resolved, That this House con-
dems the action of the Dean of Students in prohibiting fraternity dances on
Entering Sophomore and tpperciass Women and Those Who Have Not Saturday nights, inasmuch as such action has not accomplished its purpose.
Finished the Requirement in Hygiene Lectures: Visitors are welcome to the open session which begins promptly at 7:30
The third Hygiene Lecture will be given on Tuesday, November 15, at - -
4 o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books. Blott W ill Speak In

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Entering Students:
Will all students (except Graduate students) who enrolled in this Univer-
sity for the first time this fall, and who did not have their pictures taken, re-
port Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in room 429, 4th floor of West En-
gineering building, between 9 a.m., and 3 p.m.
J. A. Bursley, Dean.
Seniors, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
A tentative list of seniors for February and June, 1928, has been posted in
the Recorder's office, room 4, University Hall. Names appear on this list as

Coach Jack Blott will leave on Nov.
27 for a tour of several cities in the
upper peninsula. He will be the main
speaker on the University club pro-
gram in these towns, and will also ad-
dress assemblies.
Notre Dame is planning a new sta-
dium to seat 50,000 spectators.

Tonight and Wednesday Night
Eight to Ten
Dancing at our midweek parties is enjoyable, because
every effort has been made to afford everyone two hours of
pleasant recreation. The music by Bill Watkins and his
Wolverines is wonderful.
Dancing every
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday
Granger's Academy



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