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D A I L-Y -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.)
Volumie S. TUESDJAY, NO0VE11BER -.ftt~br
B3rosseaun Foundation :
There will be a meeting of the Committee on the administration of the
Brosseau Foundation on Tuesday, November 22, at 2 p.m., in room 2, University1
Students applying for loans from this Foundation should present them-I
selves before the Committee at this time.
J1. A. Bursley, Chairman.
])can's Advisory Conimittee, College of Literature, Science and the Arts:
The meeting of the Dean's Advisory Committee which was announced for
Tuesday, November 22, has b~en postponed until further notice. E
John IL Effinger. }
Faculty, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts :
Midsemnester report cardls are now being distributedI through the Dean's
messenger service. Instructors are requested to report not later than No-
vember 30 the namies of all students whose standing is at this time D or E.
These grades should not indicate merely the mark received on the mid-
semester examination, if such an examination is given. More cards, if needed,
can be had at my office.
These cards should be used only for reports of the work of students en-
rolled in this college.
Mary A. Cutting, Secretary to Assistant Dean.
Faculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:*
There will be a meeting of the Faculty of these colleges on Tuesday, No-I
vember 22, at 4:15 p.m., in room 348, West Engineering Building.
Louis A. Hlopkinis, Secretary.
Seniors, School of Education:
A tentative list of February, June and August seniors has been posted on
the School of Education bulletin board in Tappan Hall. Names will appear
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-
Senior statements have been mailed 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 Krug, Recorder.
ippine qlucstion by native Filipincs -who are members of the Hlouse.
Uiversity of Alicliiganu Bandl:
Asset at M'.orr'is Hall at 4:4~5 p.m , for Detroit trim. Uniform with cafu
attire controls, flash and fire test apliarat us. an anemmoter, a sphyginoman-
r. oneter, etc. The exhibit wil11 he in charge oW Mr. P. J.. cQuzid of the Taylor
Companies, and he will be available to explain the apparatum;. All who are
intere:;ted are cordially invited to visit the exhibit while it is here.
e. J. F. Einswiler.
Alpha Nu To Debate(
'D no M crnil
'Pu'll- or.-Ad IInntir-lsn
____League For Iii i'.istna Bemocerzc : should be abolished at Michigan," will
At1eun Literary S ociety: IMr. Dennis E. Batt, noted in labor circles vi(c preient of the Mlichigan b.h usto eae a h et
There ~~Palie izl be74in) mectin- tonight, Nov. 22, ou account of the lecture. Federa;tion of Labor, pres(ient of the Machinist State Council and editor of eteqstodet(tthmet
Pauline Goler, President. the Saginaw Valley journal, will address a meeting at the Michigan Union ing of Alpha Nu on Wednesday. T-
_______________________onl Tuesday, November 22, at 3 p.m , in room 306. All those interested are in- meeting will be held o. Wdnesday
La Soc'edaid Ilispaiica : vtcd to come; there will be no charge. because of the lecture of Byrd to -
The meeting tonight will be held at 7 :30 p mIn at 35 Angell Hall. A pro- Ciares 1). Breitel. niht
gram of short talks and music has been arranged, a ad a little business will be(-- This debate is the first of a serifs
transacted. All candidates not yet initiated should be present for this short Mral for the f ollowing persons is on hand undeliverable. It may be of contests which will inauguratea
meeting. cainned if called for at the general delivery window, Main Postoffice, on or new policy in Alpha Nu. Each class
Charles \. Staubacl, 'resident. before November 26, 1927: will select a team, and a tournament
JJarl Andeer. R. W. Kneunzel.
I hawoll b held to determine the best
('horal Uion : lDr. R. B. Barclay. Haol )1. Larsen. casta n h oit.Ieas k
There will b- a rehearsal for men and women Tuesday, November 22. at Charles Bana. Wayne 11. Laverty. ;ls emi h oit.BcueO~i .Brlt r the many freshmen, this preliminary
7 o'clock in the School of Music Building. C.r..WLeBartlettJr. e e Lo _ .
E. t'. )oore.
Faculty Woujnis (Club:
The Book Section of the Faculty Womans Club will meet Tuesday after-
noon at 3 o'clock at the home o ° Mrs. Carl Fortune, 1604 Dexter Avenue.
Helen HI. Fortune.
.3lusic Section of the. Faculty Women's Clubi:'
The Piano Group of the Music Section will meet Tuesday evening, No-
vember 22 at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. L. 0. Case. 720 W'haley Court.
Mr's. L.O.Case, Chairman.
Naval AvIat Ion:
The examination in Sea Navigation will he held on Tuesday, November 29.
instead of Tuesday, the 22nd.
E. A. Stalker.
Morris Pikarsky will speak at the Foundation House Ttuesday evening.
Nov. 22 from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock. His subject is "The Romance of the Ages."
Refreshments will be served.
On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21, 22, and 23, the Taylor
Instrument Companies of Rochester, N.Y., will present an educational exhibit
of instruments in room 244 West Engineering Building. The display consists
of thermometers, hydrometers, hygrometers, barometers, automatic temper-
Prof:. Carl F. Behrens.
Ralph M. Carson.
R. C. Courtright.
.Janet MV. Cummiug.
J1. Ks. hhling.
WNm. W. King.
Emanuel P. Mlatthew.
John Thompson Milton.
M~rs. Clen lMull.
Jecss Simpson Pitt.
D~r. I. M. David.
Prof. Maurice L. Smith.
Eric H. Thompson.
B. D. 'l'huma.
Lecland S. Wilcox.
*The U. of M. Pent
debate will be hldu among the fir 3t
year men to determine the three men
who will represent that class in thi,
IAnnouncement was made lby Lyle
Eiserman, '34L, president, that thi~
national conclave of Kappa Sig-ma.i
national literary society of which Al-
pha Nu is a chapter, will be held hiero(
on Friday and Sattirday, Dec. 2 and,-'.
Plans will be made at the meet ingt
Wednesday night to entertain the vi:e-
itir.-; delegates, and to arrange for Lh:
whether you have it or not.
Bureau of Appointments: A and' B.: I~I1111I11I11II1lIIIU[~I111litillllllillllllN1I11i.
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names R
begin with A or 13 are requested to call at the office, room 102, Tappan Hall,
for interviews this week. Office hours for this purpose will be held from 9 =
to 12 a.m., and 2 to 4 p.m., November 22, 23, and 25; also Saturday morning, n k g v n gSl
November 26, from 9 to 12 o'clock. h Helen R. Shanuaughr, Secretary. T hnsi i gSl
Students, College of Literature, Science, and tihe Arts:o f Al rj
Permission to drop courses without E grade may not be given after r-d e
'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. Cutting, Secretary to Assistant Dean. -
Finished The Requirement In Hygiene Lectures: _ S "U IT S
The 'fourth Hygiene Lecture will be given on Tuesday, November 22, at 4 E
o'clock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall. Bring blue books. -
Margaret Bell, M.D. WI
PScdenlsgtaki: part in the controlled reading experiment will meet at I-
2:07 p.m., in the Natural Science Auditorium. Make-up periods for '
those who have missed the last period will be held at 1: 07 p.m.,:
Ushers For The Oratorical Series : TU X ED
Third lecture is Tuesday, November 22. Ushers are requestedl to be
present at 7:15 o'clock sharp. They are as follows: Assistant chairmen- t
Robert Brown and Lawrence Walkley; (aisle number and men for that aisle _ ias
Creery, Coon, Weir, 1Hulse; Section 3.-MVol, Allen, Huber, Harris; Section 4.- = IEe tt
follow;) Section 1.-Heyhoe, Campbell, Ruskin, Varnum ; Section 2.-Mc-r 55c $5.00-
Spencer, McClain, Charter, Peterson; Section 5.-Gale, Estes, Wassink, Koon; CorduroyCot Buckskins
Section 6.-Webster, Lashley, Kenfeld; Section 7.-Howell, Cox, Simon; Coatsacet
Section 8.-Hughes, Orr, Bridge; Section 9.-Cooper, Bradley, Callahan; $7.5
Section 10.-Hutchin son, Christian, Baxter. Extra ushers will be the same= Slicker lined3 $5.00
as announced in last notice. There will be no aisle headls.
It. Ml. Sanderson, Chairman. -=
BydLcue VALUES to $4.5A
In order to avoid congestion at the box-office, no season tickets will be=-
sold tonight. The Hill Auditorium box office will be open from 3 to 5 o'clock
this afternoon, and from 7 to S o'clock tonight. The doors will open at 7:30 o'lc-n h etr wl ei t8ocok Come o fellows, here's y u chance to E
Carl G. PBrandt. -
~dri ~save many dollars on your suit, overcoat
Physics Colloquium: _ j
Dr. Otto Laporte will sp~eak on "A Few Problems in the Theory of Mag- = and tuxedos. Rely on Del Prete for quality,
netism" at 4:15 o'clock, Tuesday, November 22, in room 1041, East Physicsfc"S t s a toBuli g Aline sed re odaly nv e .!= S y e a d ft.u r n e d .
BuligWl neetd r odal nie. F. Colby. E.!
There will be" no meeting tonight because of the Oratorical program in 1 2Yas=1alratMei~
Hlill Auditorium. The regular meeting of the Society will be postponed until 2 er alra ihgn
next week, but there wil be a meeting of the executive committee WednesdayI
afternoon at 4 o'clock at the usual place.
Lyle E. Elsernian, President. COLORS: COLORS:_
Oxodgrey, Oxford grey,"
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eEngineering Debati ngSSociety:et usdy,730p taom 0 bonsandotns n
iheanEngioneeig debastin hSetyagwill enthTesmyday N:30 .ro=34jbrbon
F. N. Menefee. =
There will be a meeting of the hnterfraternity Council today at 4:30 p.m.,°I
room 302 Michigan Union. All members are urged to attend.
Wayne Schroder, President.
(lii Delta Phi :
There will he no meeting this week. ;
KathrIyni Francis, President.
213 F~ast Liberty Opposite Varsity Laundry
A delphi House of IRepm~sentatives:
The House will not meet this evening due to Commander Byrd's lecture in =
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Rider's Masterpen is manufactured and serviced right here at our shop;
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315 State Street
THANKSGIVING EVE DANCE
$1.00 per couple
Dancing 9 to 12
A party that will be a sure fire hit for fun and frolic.
Plenty of hot music by Bill Watkins' Wolverines.
Also Our Regular
Friday and Saiurda- Night Dances
1OratoricalIAssociation Lec toure
Hill Auditorium at 8 p. m.
Commander Richard E. Byrd
will give an illustrated lecture
"The Atlantic and Other Flights"
with Motion Pictures of his flights =
Tuesday, November 22, at 8 p. m.
Hill Auditorium Box-office Open 3 to 5,
and 7 to 8 p.mi. Today-
Frolic ''eaLL of uh At the Michigan 1
(9-12 mp~lo NO MEMBERSHIP DANCE
SID BRYANT and his MICHIGAN MEN