100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 01, 1927 - Image 10

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-12-01

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.


PAGE TE,"N

THE NITCHTGA! DAILY

.1'FTL'It 19

TI IF MICHIGAN DAILY

"rflt'RSDAY. DECEMViEU 1, 1927.

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN,
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all memb~ers or
the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until
3:30 p. mn. (11 :30 a. in. Saturday.)

o'lOcli at 111817 Olivia avenue.0Jen1.eVrePsint
Xeg'ijiramSeal.J.: .Greinc-]ACe1sezi will lectii 1'eThiursday, IDoc. aat
4 :15 p.m., in roo m 28 1, Angell flil on "Whly I amn a Vegetarian.'': Anl e ers
of the faculty and student's wh~o be(lieve iniVglraii will give br'ief state-f
nit; at the c'olio~(n of tihe I-eetiiig to which the puii s invited.
'liristial Science ociel3 :
TIhe. Chrisdta I l""cien cc soc Viey meet at 7:20 o'clock tons it in Lasle
_hall.
Aliece Foucli, w('ui'evry.

Entries For 3omli;jw~ TO PRINT TALKS F ORD ANNOUNCES
TIourne T Now Open GIVEN THIS FALL STANDARD SHIFT
FOR NEW MODEL

i

- - ~ ~ i~~ic'>ThV i-Nell IiatiMe itii UlimiiLL
1% tries for' 1l1e01annu131 howll- ~convent ion of I he Univers;ity Press
toun iilnen , sponsored by thle Union( c(lubi)or M ichiiga n, held at. Ann arb)or

Voltiiuie8.

THRSDl~fi.AY, 1DE(E3 IBER 1.

N amher (yr'.

Notice mIro Purchiase oif Anuites:
The attention of all members of the Faculty who by the termn of their ap-
pointmnent are obligated to purchase old age annuities or wo have the priv-
ilege of purchasing such annuities, is respectfully calledl to the fact that the
annuity rates of the Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association will be
somewhat Increased beginning January 1, 1928 There will be an apieciabl
saving to all who perfect their arrangements for taking annuities before the
end of the present calendar year.
Shirley W. Smith.
Action of the University Disciplne Committee:
Mr. H-ugh Kitchen, '29E, has been expelled from the Uiver sity tfor having
operatedl an aut omobile in violation of the rule of thie Board of R~legents, as a
N' result of which three pther- students occupants (ot the- car were injured. In
taking this action theUniversity Discipline Commtee and the Pre'sient of the
University concurred in the recommendation of the Advisory (ommiitee of the
Student Council, which suggests also "that rigorous action be taken in further
violations of this nature."
- J. S. Reve, 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 Auditoium.
The pubic is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
The Romnance of Printing:
A film depicting the scenes and1 characters associated with the develop-
ment of the art of printing from its inception to the present day will be ,shown
in the Natural Science audilitoriuin at 7:30 o'clock 'Thursday evening, Decem-
ber 1, under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Library club. T'he public is cord-,
Win. IV. ihl, Librarian.
Bureau of Appoininejils -- ', 1, F, and F.: Wk 1.Bs
All candidates enrolled withI the Bureau of lpot net s whose nrames
begin with C, 1), E, or F andi who have not called at t le office for personal inter-
views this week should do so today during te following Ihours: 9 to 12 a .m.
and 2 to 4 p.
lelen ih laiiilaicgh.
Open N ight, Astronomical LII a boraory:
Visitors will be admitted to the Astronomical Laboratory on Angell hall
on Friday, December 2, from 8 o 1 p.m., to observe Juiipit er and t he Moon3
with the new 10-inch telescope Toe deiring a dmnissin ne1x Friday nightl
should call the Observatory secretary any day bet ween 11 aa. and noon aun!
give names.
It. I C(urtiss.
131otioni Picture:
A three-reel film "The Maing of a Gret Nwspapo-pe',lit uing, step by
step, the publication of thle NM>xw York Tlim-es, wvill be shown ait 4:15 p. in.,
Thursday, December 1, in the Natural Science Auditorium. Thew public is cor-
dially invited. I erci t S. Brown.
Students In -Engineering College:
"Mid-semester reports for all students in iae College 01Egnei
whose gr'ades in any courses have been report~l below C, are now on file and
open" to inspection by those concerned, in the offic of the assistant (ean,
room 255 West E+nineering Building. Kindly see iss arl for the reports.
TIo All House Presidents:
Siging out slips for the month of November mst be in the Adviser's
Office, Barbour Gymnasium, before December 7, 1927.
Alice C. Lloyd. I
Business Administration Club:
Mr. M. F. Dowley, Merchandise Manager of the J. L. Hudson Company,
will give a talk before the Business Administration Club, Friday evening in
room 306 Michigan Union, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone interested i invited to at-
tend.
Clyne Crawford, President.
Retailing:
All persons interested in retailing are invited to attend a lecture by Mr.
M. F. Dowley, Merchandise Manager of the J. L. Hudson Company, Detroit, in
room 306, Michigan Union, at 7:30 p.m., on Friday, Decem-ber 2. Mr. Dowley's
subject will be "The Future of the Department Store."
Carl N. Shmaz.
Ohio State Alumni:
The annual Ohio State reunion will be held Friday evening, December 2.
All Ohio Alumni please get in touch with me or with Miss Nora Clancey, 226
S. Ingall, Dial 7816.
A. R. Morris.
Advisers' Tea:
All University women, including Nurses are reminded of the Advisers'
tea at Barbour Gymnasium from 4 to 5:30 o'clock today. Girls of the Black-
aller house will act as assistant hostesses.
Beatrice IV. Johnson.
PI Lamtbda Theta:
There will be a regular meeting of Pi Lambda Theta this evening at 7:30

anid the 2in I 'aiin rral depjnn, ' 1(1, arie
niow open to I,aember's of' the Uniion.
Quali tyinrg rounds :i 't to he pla yed
duiniig thiiis week anrd next, anid thle
results turniled ini toitim management.
,rhrvi'ctomiplet e games arc to be

S [ins (a m m F ~slio *afire. 1ftheIthiree will determinle
gi Gam l 1)11 enwilli itlli 2a 1 cfi tchl (lass in \which lie will center.
Thim monthly liho il efedThursday, Dc t121I . no t Oil i'lianeit proper wllbei
the Union. All members, including those recently elected, are urged to be afe
present.Iafe the Christmias holidalys or,
R. F im, ons o hng S e'tiypossible, may even be held before

sthe
SOOl
rit
thIe

this f'all, wii be published soni timle
n1ext week., and distributed to tnem-
lhe's of thle P ros: ('Ii11h, to journaiism11
st'loiols all over. the conuttny, an1d to
lie larger 11mt i'opol itnii wspa pci's
oiiticle the state.
Prof. Jlohni L. 1 h'nmm , head of the
jour'na lism depa i'fmentr, Sy that this
pulica'tion is the most pr'ofession~al
of its kind ini the count ry, its edi-
torial side. While other convent ions
take up advertising and the business
side of the imwspapers, the University
Press club has devoted most of its
time and effort to the actual pirofes-
sional ;journalism, and its value lies

(fBY Asso,.ciated Press)
I)PTIIO iT. Nov. :'0. -TeN(,w%-Ford
car will be ponvered withi at40 ho rs:-
pcwer motor, will be of the standard.
selective gearshift type and bie eqluip-
lied with hydraulic shock-absorbers
a supplemental announcement by th"i
Fous Motor 'omupanly disclosed today.
The aniioinc einwit reveAls ec'I
a ddti onal details of inechanI'al o
Among these axie: a mult iple drive-
dIfs(clciutcih; a t her rno-syphon c oo ling
systern; a new batt(ery, coil anid (i;-
tribut or ignition; one-piece Nv(,Idc I
steel-spoke wheels; tIree('- q uart en
floating rear axle in a foirged steel
housing and a "theft-proof coincideni-
tat lock." Four wheel brakes xvero

4

Anterican Society for Steel 'treating:
The Ann Arbor (livisioni of the Detroit chapter will hold a meeting on1
Thursday, Decc. 1, at 7:30 p.m., in room 3201 East Engineering Buildling. P1ro-
fessor A. E. White will discuss some impressions received dliiring his r'ecentI
trip to lEurope.+
All students interested in mietallur'gy are invited.
W. P. Wood
Prescott Club:
The iregular meeting will be held at the Chamber of-Commerce, Thurs-
day evening, Dec. 1L Dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. Following theI
dinner, Mr. C. R. Walgreen, head of the Walgreen Chain of Drug stores will
adldress the meeting on "Pharmacy and the Chain Store System." Visitors
are always welcome.
RI. C. By ee, President.
Student 313athenaticai Society :
There will be a meeting of the Student Mathematical Society Thursday,
December 1 at 7:30 o'clock in room 3017 Angell Hall. Mr. Guy Amerman will
give a talk.
1Mdelyn C. Kingsley, Secretary. I
('omnledly C('m:
Th'le re wvill be an important mneeting of Comedy ('1b1)Tiiuarsdlay, lecenmber
1, ot 4 o'cloc-k in r'oomn 208.11U1I. New members are expec'ted to come at. this
I line. IRoy C~. Curt'lis, President.
1iW\VYO RZK Enuit e. Uot ue.Notre ! AllNNES,,O'1A1-- - Thi e hit Iles 01'thlej
I )amc tfootlba II men tor, hts (charter'edI Somime, Arigomi mm, andl the il ant1e Wiil
girl o(ean lineir to tael a Ismiall arinmv be enacted as fea~t ii'eS a t the thir1t y-
of friends, and college studi~ets on a [ on it h a nun 1 t i itan-y boll to be lie,16
Ellriopean itoiiri. lexi suimmemr, inehiid-.at thlit'liti ('V<it y. 01Miii iesot a.
ing the Olympic games. - --
----- -'I'm' area of 2;ll<:ni'oniated leiihli(
(111110f o_ Senior s at I he Uni ver'sit y of I a ads in the lUnlit 1Stales has been re-I
Ohio are wearing block hats as the luced by halft since 11906, when1 it wats
official insigniaoOf their rank, abhout 3887,000,000 {}actEe.
I I
AndI
tAll Campus Tag Days
Sponsored byI
Galens Honorary Medical SocietyI
LET'S GIVE THE HOSPITAL KIDDIES
A JOLLY CHRISTMAS
TODAY
AND
TOMORRO

111.-1cay - b .. I -
Comrpet ition is d ividled in two
classes: sing les and dloubles. Cups
donated by the it raiial department
wvill be given to thle xvinn ers in each
division, and( it is *expected ihat
medals will be given;- to the runners-
111).

in that. previously announced.
-- ;iii

SUBSCRIPTIONS
to the
MIC HIGAN
AJI Y
must be paid by
DECEMBER 1, 1927
at the rate of
X4.5O

or the delivery of the paper will be discontinued.

Bring or mail $4.50 to

the' Michgan Daily in the Press Building on Maynard street before Decem-
ber 1. The paper will be stopped on this date and a charge of five cents
an issue will be made for, all, issues delivered up to that time.

Ir il re .__ .

ii

I... -.-. - ..

__- .I

r

V

I

DAN ui

If

IIH'

fili111

.dddffllb

hic ichig anl Untin

II

I f lID Sid

Bryant%

wand

."U" I D A Y

9 - 1

SATURDAY 9 -12

i
,h
A<

Ip,-

~.3.q~~

kill

i

p Tea Same to You
c

The Same to You 1The Same to You

The Same to You The Same to You The Same to You

The Same to You The Same to You The Same to You

tU
43
"w
0I

SNAPPY MUSIC, GOOD ACTING, NVOVEL DANCING AND CLEVER LINES
Are Features of the 22nd Annual Mimes.Union Opera
General Ticket Sale Friday at Michigan Union, Saturday at Whitney Theatre

CD
0

:c.

CD
CDP
"'y
0a

p

PH

W

Back to Top

© 2020 Regents of the University of Michigan