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A-HE ICHIGAN DAILY

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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. mn. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

l'scloloigv 127. I ndividIuali I tfereiices: educational laboratory, on the fourth floor of the university high school, at 7 930 am., Sunday In Wesley Hakll.
F or the~ examination Monday, November 21, names A-L should go) to room c'elor::k. Monday, November 21. All graduate students in educationi arc cordial- Thr1ilb9ads:~ono Ipu
2023 A.1., and names M-% to room 205 Pharmacology. ly to be present Fances Wil11son.
--- - egae Fo.IP1'du4drial l3eiuocwraev: lile'1l Foiundatio:
11History .1:" 'ai. 1 X U'1+,.La tt, lotQl in labor circles vice president of the Michigan Morris Piarsky will speak at the
Miscme tr examination Monday, November 21, at s ociock. ]r. levns's Vdr ion of Iabor. presidcnt of the Machinist State Council, and editor of Foundation H-ouse Tuesday evening,
sect ions to meet in Newberry Auditorium;: Mr. McGee's sections in Naturall the Saginbiw Valley Journal, wil address a meeting at the Michigan Union Nov. 22 from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock.
Science Auditorium; Mr. Scott's sections in West Gallery, Alumni Memorial; on Tuesda, November 22, at s p m. See Bulletin Board for room. All those His subject is "The Romance o' Thel
Hall. interested are invited to come; there wii be no charge. Ages." Refreshments will be serve.
Preston Slosson. Chlarles 11. Breitel. Berardl Goldmn.

Volume 8. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20.

ix iber q 3t.

UiestSeae:The first regular meeting of the University Senate for the year 1927-1928 PI'M 1aiiixhi[ i Uisiltin:
will be held in room C, Law Building, on Monday, November 21, 1927 at? A speciall meeting for the election of members wil be held on Monday e;'e-
4:10 p~m ning at 7:15, in room 303 Ch. The presence of all active members is urgent-
Order of Business: ly reqc( ted.
1. Report and announcements by the President.----
2. Memorial to the late Professor Francis W. Kelsey. .Rodlney V. Sliatkiand. President.

La " ~oc"Cfll 11i" pli Ju
j T ri will be a social and get.-toget her meeting Tuesday, November 22.
Ai n IMe'I stin- and~ short prygram of talks and mIusic has been p~lanlned; all
,adlhat who have nct 1) (en present for initiations are urged to be pr'eseint,
ued . as this is the first of a short series of such meetings. Watch Tues-.
,ls )'ily for place and time. (Charles Staubalch. ,President.

3. Memorial to the late Dean Alfred H4. Lloyd.
4, Annual report of the Secretary of the Senate Council.
John W. Bradshaw, Secretary of the Senate. n
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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 pam., Friday, December 2, in the Natural Science Auditorium.
The public is cordially invited.A
F. F. Robbins. "tl
Dean's Advisory C omm ittee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts :
The meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee which was announced for EI
Tuesday, November 22, has been postponed until further notice.
John R. E.finger.
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Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Tuesday, No-.
vember 22, at 4:15 p.m., in room 348, West Engineering Building. i F
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary. I
as
Engineering Faculty:3
On. Monday evening, November 21, at 8:30 p.m. the Student Honor Com-
mittee will hold a meeting of the Engineering College. The committee will 11
appreciate the presence of all those who find it possible to attend. The meet-
ing will be held at the M~ichigan Union. See bulletin board for room number. 1+
J. I. Hall, Secretary. i
School of Education: I
The regular staff luncheon will be held at the Union (Ladies Dining Room)
on Monday, Nov. 21, at 12:15 o'clock. Professor Robert Wenley will address Is
the group on the topic, "Tihe Educational System of England." Students and
others interested are invited to attend. The address will be given at 1
o'clock.
C'. 0. Daivis, Secretary. j
Engineering Stuidentls Desiring Positions in February: P
Mr. C. B. Collins of the Koppers Construction Company of Pittsburgh will
be in Ann Arbor Monday, November 21, to interview Seniors who desire po-j
itions in February. The Koppers Construction Company is a large corpora-C
ton which designs, erects and operates by-product coke ovens and gas works.
Appointments may be made b~y telephoning Miss McKim at Branch 65.
Alfred H. White.
Seniors, School of Education :
A tentative list of February, Junle andl August seniors has been posted onI
the School of Education bulletin board in Tappan H-all. Names will appear j
on all official lists as they are spelled here. Any discrepancy or omission
should be reported in the Recorder's Office, room 105 Tappan Hall, immed-
iately.
Senior statements have been nailed to all tentative seniors except, those
specializing in Physical Education, Vocational Education or Public Health
Nursing Curricula. Office hours: 10: 30 to 12 a.m. ; 2:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Gretchen 1Drug', Recorder.
Students, College of Literature, 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 condi-
tions not under the student's control.
Mary A. Cuttinig, Secretary to Assistant Dean.
Seniors :
Dec. 5 wil be the last day when seniors may make appointments with
their photographers for their Michiganensian pictures. During the last few
weeks this paper has sought to impress upon every member of the senior class
the necessity of arranging for photographs for the 1928 year book. It is
doubtful whether pictures taken after Dec. 5 will appear in the 1928 Michigan-
ensian. Bryan Hunt, Managing Editor.
F'reshmn iWomen:
The fourth Hygiene Lecture will be given on Monday, November 21, at 4
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books.
Margaret Bell,M.D.
Entering Students:
*Wsill all students (except Graduate students) who enrolled in this Univer-
sity for the first time this fall; and~ who (lid not have their pictures taken, re-
port Monday or Tuesday in room 429,. 4th floor of West Engineering Building,I
between 8:30 and 12 o'clock or 1:30 and 5 o'clock.j

"avor's For Pan- \ .dlellic Lall:
lPan-liellenic Ball favors will be given out Monday, Tuesday, and W\ed- 1:alit~swhutT-Ilet nazl
nesdlay, Nov. 21, 22, and 23, at B~arbour Gymnasium. Tickets must be pre- L.ea Luboshutz.
sented in order to get favors. ! inlHll Auditorium,
SonatLa in F major,
Hary Alice Moore. lcgr'o molto viviace;
Ann Arbor Arl Asso~atloni: iato, Allegro, Recit~a
rThe Ann Arbor Artists and Amateurs Exhibition in the West Gallery. #n1 G mninor', Opus 26'.
Alumni Memorial Hall, is open every afternoon from 1:30 until 5 o'clock
hrough Friday, November 25.1 Flonzaley Quartet F,
Bruce ;4. Donaldson, President. ! The Flonzaley
violin, Iwan d'Archa
iuter'im nl,ophoore ahr tVpcwreass Womten And Those Who Have doti the following progra
F11ISiisli1'11ce Reqirement lIn Ilyglene Lectures: evening. November
The 'T'urth Hygiene I. ecture will be given on Tuesday, November 22, at 41 Allegro moderato, A
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books. variazioni, Hugo W,
Margaret Bell, M.D. major, Op. 15, Andai
Fr'eshmn iGroup:
The freshmen in my g~jup are requested to see me in my office MondaylInstrumtent Exhibit:
?fternoon. I shall be in my office, 4200 Angell Hall, from 1 to 2 p.m.. and fromI On Monday, Tues
3to 5 p.m. Carl G. Branudt. ; day, November 21,
Taylor Instrument
listor y 93: Rochestem', N.Y., wi]
To avoidl conflict wvith another class, Section B of History 93 will meet at cational exhibit o
0 o'clock TPhursdays in room 1035 Angell Hall, instead of at S o'clock as prey- ( rom 244 West Eng
iously incorrectly announced. Preston Slosson. !The display consists
I hydrometers, hygr
Psychology 109):; eters, automatic ten
Students who are taking part in the experiment on Controlled Reading flash and fire testa
hould meet promptly at 4 :07 p.m. in room 1025 Angell Hall. nionieter, a sphygrr
R. F. Adams. ;rfIme exhbiit will be
- ~D. J. McQuaid of th+
Phtysics Colloquinum : 'BS, andl he will be
Dr. Otto Laporte will speak on "A Few Problems in the Theory of M\ag- plain the apparatus.
etism" at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, November 22, in room 1041, East Physics terested ar'e cordial:
Building, All interested are cordially invited. the exhibit while it
W. F. Colby. J.
rradumite ('lub In Education : Student Tolunteers;
The regulai' meeting of the Graduate Club' in education will be held in the The Student Volin

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C'oncert l'rogram :
violin. and Josef Hofmnn, Chioral

Union Concert Series I

Wednesday evening. November 23, at 5 o'clock. Grieg:
Opus 8, Allegiro conb~rio, Allegretto quasi Andantino, Al-
Cesar Franck.: Sonata in A major, Allegretto ben moder-
tive---Fantasia. Allegretto l)oco mosso; Bruch: Concerto
Allegro moderato, Adagio. Finale. ('laries A i. Sink.
?r gram:
Q~uartet ; Adolfo' Betti, first violin, Alfred Pochon, second
ambeau, voloncello, and Nicolas Moldavan, viola, will give
am in the Extra Concer't series in Hill Auditorium, Monday
21, at g o'clock. Mozart: Quartet in D minor (K. 421)
Anldante, Menuetto, Allegretto ma non troppo (Tema con
dof': "Italian Serenade;" Dohnanyi: Quartet in D flat
nte, Allegro, Presto acciacato, Molto adagio, Animato.
Charles A. Sink..

IOWA BETS NEW TREATER
IOWA CITY, Iowa.--The new thiva-
ter building, which will contain one
f the finest educational theaters in the
country, wvili be constructed as a palrt
of the third unit of the Iowa Union.
The only other educational theater
Iwhich offer's facilities iomparable to
those included in the newv plans for
Iowva, is the recently constructed un2i -
versity theater at Yale, under the di-
rection of Prof. George Pierce Baker.
MAINTAIN ALUMNI BUREAU
The Alumni association of the Uni-
versity maintained )headquarters in
the lobby of the Union yesterday for
the benefit of returning alumni, as
has been their custom at football
games during the last four years.

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sday andl Wednes-
,22, and 23. the
t Companies of:
[1l present an edui-
of instruments in
gineering Building.
s of thermometers,
rometers, .barom-
nperature controls,
apparatus, an ane-
aomanometer, etc.
in charge of Mr.;
e Taylor Compan-
eavailable to ex-
All who are in-
ly invited to visit
is here.
E. Eunswiler.
inteer wvill meet at

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International Thanksgiving Banquet:
The Fifth Annual International
Thanksgiving dinner will be held atI
the Michigan Union on Nov. 23, at
5:15 p.m. All foreign students wilI
be the guests of Ann Arbor fmiends.I
American students and members of
the faculty are cordially invited to be
present. Kindly make your reserva-
tions immedately at time desk in Lane,
Hall. Tickets are $1.50.
XW A. Wenger.
To All Foreign Students :j
All foreign students wil be the
guests of Ann Arbor friends at the In-
ternational Thanksgi-ing Banquet to
be held at the Michigan Union on;I
Nov. 23, at 5:15 p.m. Any studentsI
who' have not yet receved invitationsI
are asked to report their names to theI
Secretary at. Lane Hall.I
ht. A. Wenger, For the Comnmittee.
Landscape Club :
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at the Union, room 302, H. A. Lamby,
'16, who is associated with T. Glen
Philips, Landscape Architect and
City Planner of Detroit, will speak on:j
the University of Detroit plan and I
other recent works of said firm. AllI
landscape students are expected to be ;
present.

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