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THEI MTCHTGAN DAILY

WrD EsnAY, 1)ECmmER 7, x9-"?

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DAILY OFI-CIAL 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. m. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)

Volume 8.

WEI NESI)EY, D)ECEMBE'R 7.

Number 67.

l !g meeting and] a f'ull attendance is. expected.
11. S .Jones, Secretary.
(4'eological and Gieographical Journal Clb:
The meeting which was announced for Thursday, Dec. 8, has been post-
poned to Thursday, Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m.
M.WI. ?Senst is, Sec rotary.
Scabbard and(I Bade:
T{here will be a regular meeting tonight at the Union at 7 :15 o'clock. It
is very important that everybody be present at this time.
P. E. Slaytoni.
Iota Alpha:
There will be a meeting of. the members of IoJta Alpha at 7 : 30 o'clock
promptly 'I'hur: day Evening, D~ecember 8, in room 3201 of the least Engineer-
ing nbuilding. Professor Worley will give an illustrated talk oni 'Transporta-
tion." Itl. S. Swinton, Secretary.
A. S. C. E. anid Web and Flange:
'T'he're w'ill1be a±-int inner, m' notirn 0*or bota~h soeieties atthe TUniovn. W7d-

St aging ;a s-m cla 1l il iier ciow'vtO o eare of the sIndentindemand. J According to an announcement of

last nig ht, in the Jpr(,'idtentinI s o~r- al'rnlflein>in :u oginerinW11g re-
1um for thle beie fit of 101) pospeci ie search, how , should again be re-
interviewers from thed p i oo of served to thle I nal College of Engin-

University Lecture:
Professor A. Souter of the University of Aberdeen will deliver a Univer-
sity Lecture on "The Latin Bible" at 4:15 p. mn., Thursday, December 8, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robins.
Prospective Teachers :
There will be a meeting of thie Women's Educational Club at 4 p.m., Wed-
nesday, D~ecemnber 7 at Betsy Barbour. Mr. Hlaisley, Superintendent of Ann
Arbor schools, will conduct a demonstration of an interview for a teaching po-
sition. All women from all schools and colleges who are interested in teach-
ing are invited to attend this meeting.
IHellen R. ShaumJbaugh, Faculty Sponsor.
Bureau of Appointments: G and H.:
All candidates enrolled with the Bureau of Appointments whose names
begin with G or H are requested to call at the office, room 192 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., December 6, 7, 8, 9 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Friday.)
Hellen 11. Shambaugh, Secretary.
~Psychology 31:
Students performing the personality experiment will be given mental tests
onl Wednesday, Dec. 7 and Thursday, D)ec. 8 at 4 p.m., in room 205 Pharm-
acology. Those doing the work for 6 hours will report on either day. Thiose
doing the work for 12 hours will, if possible, report both days.'
Henr'y F. Adamis.
Botanjical K nam':
Botanical Seminar meets Wednesday, D~ecember 7, at 4:',30 o'clock, 13178
N.S. Building. Paper b~y W. W. Tupper, "Microscolpic Identification of
Woods." (With lantern 'demonstration.) B. i'. I)avis.
IWor ~ For IVaca&tion:I
Mr. C. R. Zane, representing the FICTORIA1. REVIEW, will be in room
304 Michigan Union. Thursday, IDecember 8 from 4 to 63 p.m., to interview stu-
dents in regard to work during the holidays.,
J. A. Biirsley.
Freshuinanm Advisory (Grioup:
The Spelling Contest. scheduled for the Union tonight (Wednesday, D~e-
cember 7)' will be postponed until after the Christmnas vacation.
/ A. It. i3Iorris.
Students' Recital Series:
Trhe following program will be given in the Students' Rtecital Series in the
School of Music Auditorium, Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The general
public, with the exception of small children, is cordially invited to attend.
Chopin: Two Etudes, Albeniz: Seguidille, Rena Pavitt: Golterman:
Concerto for 'cello (first movement) Madeline Holmes; Kreisler: Caprice
Viennois, Liebesfreud, Helen Hunt; Handel: Why Do The Nations So Fur-
iously Rage Together, from "Messiah," Benjamin Z. N. Iug; Dehussy: The
Submerged Cathedral, Liszt: Consolation, Ibert: The Little White Mule,
Kate ;Keith Field; Liszt: Sposalizio, Chopin: Etude Op. 10 No. 9, Moszkowsky :
j uggleress, Elizabeth Schwier; Mozart: Quartet in G minor for piano, violin,
viola and 'cello, Rex Keller, Vera Johnson, Beth Hamilton, Madeline. Holmes.
Accompanists : Virginia Tice, Louise Nelson.II
Ch'lres A. Sinik.
Phyt~sics ~
The written examination which was originally scheduled for Thursday,.
Dec. 8 will be given at 5 p.m., on Wednesday, Dec. 7, room 202 West Physics
building.
..........................B. liievit.

LITTLE EXPRESSES OPINIONS ON
STAT"rE'S ED)l ,CATI0NAI .RO..GRAM

Higlh-School Debates
C ontinue This Week

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jiurn lisrn, t'. ei ?a~oi C'a;:,oCo('ok,
Little a ndil.'t'i mes'Now s c ,:-I. 'ild-
ence talked 101r halIf an hiour ov "sev-
eral of the lprobloms of the staite's
educational progr a.ni, to show lie; pro-
teges hou all interview Toudbo
conduc(tedl.
withlithe ])iosp-c-t ivo jeiuii itiiit
groupled about the presideout in atten-
tive attIitudles, st udyin g the tee lilliqilo
on the 1 at erview stoop, thloeTimes,

coring becau1150o01t Ii 's511)(TrIor facil-I
it jes for u est igtIing physical and
chention 1 ram i fleatIions, of suc'h prob-
'I emrs.
In anaswe'r t0 a third quest ion Presi-
den I Attic, went on recordI as dlefin-
it ely op)p)ose( to thlo maintenance of'
a not he(r college of lit erature, science,
and artis inl connect ion with a state
suplanortcd technical university so long

the extension departmnent the secmind
round of debates of the preliiuiarY
series will take place this week, on
Friday, Dec. 9.
IThis y ear the high schools are 'de-
bating the question, "Rtesolved that
the direct primary should be abolish-
ed." TJhis is the same question that
the University's women debate team
considered in their contest with Ohio
State university.
Results of the first round of prelimi-
inary debates show that Ann Arbor
high school, state champions last
year, were defeated by Royal Oak by
a unanimous decision. Albion, run-
ner up, was vanquished by a Gra,.;#
Rapids high school by a 'two to one
vote of the judges.

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ment will speak on some of his experiences on the recent Greenland expedi- Little his opinion of the state's mai- velsity. as does Michig an. Protection
tion. Faculty members of the societies are cordially invited. tenance of two forestry schools, one of the tax-payer is the chief consider-
G. J1. Robertson. at Lansing and one at Ann Arbor. The aticn. Unless it can be positively
1. M. Salmond. president favore=d the co-existence of shown that one arts college cannot
the two schools as long, as their tuiic- take care of the normal demand for
Le Cerele Francals : tions are divided and there is suffi-j B.A., M .A., and Ph.D degrees, the tre-
Due to unforseen conflicts the meeting previously announced for Wed- cient student demand to justify the In'ltsepseo eqiiga
nesday evening, D~ecember 7, has been postponed until Wednesday, December maintenance of both. President Littli SL(ofd college with buildings, per-~
1.4, at which time the Cerele will choose its new members. suggested that the purely agricultural! sonneil, libraries, and research facil-
_)111o S. Ryan, President. functions or a forestry school could jitiOS should not be imposed upon the
be carried onl to advantage at Lansing,, t ,xpa./ers.
+ewcomners Section"t, Facuity Womnens' Club:" while forestry research, involving t*md' With regard to the co-existence of
The Newcomers' Section of the Faculty Womens' Club will have its next (1d11tionl Lt nical, chemnical, e('0'onol'd, tIhe University's School of Education
meeting at Delta Gamma Sorority, 1205 Hill street, ond Thursday, December ,8, c: 1111 ,:ilt'01ii11 1ro< ,.iwlli ,h)z;t )twithI normal s(hools15throughout the
at 2:30 o'clock. There will he ail interesting programn and memblers at-e i l f',or 'th: ')loc:ltschool of Yor- lstash lcsit lit Litt le expressed an
askd o Win ti er 'iitit ms .st y ~t' c Le liii( tt'slu I1 e,.t,. elnioll tha t, norml schools should
' M argaret T,,111 I uiellySecretary. *.'5>. 1511 t )IIrii1' it~'" 10e Ci oselv , it rain Secondary s('ho001 teachers, and
lr. ,tt1. 'Hiew soii l field of01 o.re ; I that the school of Education should
Jill' ior (il' lIay Tryouts : work pec uliart) the l llivoril I l~ ivtdt ~tiiii fhg
Ther wil heno rynt ~\X~~lles~liY Fm'~uts~il'I'ursdi~'3'll ~ ~. ~ ~school t eachmer:~ and to all research in-
day afternoons and( Saturday nmornling will be held in Sarah (Caswell Angell !''e<lluIA e;ddctl. to, the processes of education.

hall.Eiahf iI lii. 110 po itt dci ~ ,tie wl f i lllpt Io- t1<.c "
o tlic hiiga nl of coiisci'Vi iig 11(1' hatnui Notre Dame niver'sity awarded ita
" iisom lcign(1,1 '511'(.1c mliist i cvL''Iaetare medal to Mtarg aret Anglin, a
Meetng O the\ouhg~toli-Mic~iganClubev~ii~l' Dee7 'hd S'Sil', \V it 2ii avieW (I t0 ilitlin- famiious atroiss. This medal is one of
1rc'il fto o 1~W vn:li g1 ~ltedlnesday c . *ng ec ,l~ the hi~ghest, honors a Catholic Ameri-
at 7 O'clock in thle Union rooml :44. ing lher Supn efa y as a sillnmer IT-1
T1 arel Soi't sate, (Srclilt in'g coil Serva uI ci~alli can m'(ceive for (listinction ini arts
'iti 1]('t'e~lo2t 11d(i C 11](1m'scm'1 e lion wit Ii and sciences.
141e tcl'rIod ustri11 jPenI or( ll'! : he' xvelfare a a ha c ss tflIV ('051-
Mr. W. M oh Ienlhalner o1' the JDet roit IMh ii .5s' union will a ddress a im eet - I t'f. 5 (41 Iia st at I Shoic dler - flowers are regaining
ing at thle Michigan U nionm ( See Bulllet in Board bfoom001) on T hurlsday. No- hll ati e 1'13Cvbei ,rc i' fi houg lt ir I o p't'li 1101100 ii I ai'is fatshion1s.
vember 8. at 8 p.m. All those interestedi are invitedl. jeol logose4 'ofmzli l a s oil ici bl Doctorti'Wcscllberig, a. Berlin dis- I
Chlarles I). BMWte. I ain lt faneon sly li innon dtlby lie I tict. Jultige, mrecent ly ordlered a spe~-
l sta te. Iresidl 11 t, ho r e ei cd1thait1.1e Ia ttii't o leave court for applying cos-
Phi Sigma Biological Societe : ill'ootanco of k'chImtt;lly tr'ained('110,11 mietics npilluli(c.
The Wall Initiation Banquet (of Phi Sigma Biological Society will be held Iwa S o 1ie('t t Ithet110in(dostrial lmoo-
at. the Mlichigan Union on Wednesday evening, Dec. 7, at 6:15 p.m. gre(ss o the1wstilte that allyr imIitlit'r of _________________________
____________________________________________F. P. Cireaser, Secretary. itechil choo 5(lslishould b1)0 itlilil'idI

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Mr. Ellis' Sections of Economics .52:
No class Wednesday. Taylor on Profits for Friday.

II. S. Flls.

Geology 1:
The date of the examination has been changed from Wednesday, Decem-
ber 7 to Friday, December 9 at thle regular lecture period. Surnames begin-
ning with A through L in West Gallery of Alumni Hall; M - Z in Natural
Science Auditorium.
1. -,1. Scott.

Senior Education Class Representatives:
Meeting of class representatives at 7:30 o'clock, Wednesday, December'
in room 109 Tappan Hall, for the election of class treasurer.
Pauline Zoller, Secretary.

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Junior 1 ducation Class:
There will be an informal dinner Wednesday, December 7 at 6:15 o'clock
sharp at the Michigan Union. Those who have not accepted, call 22417 be-
fore 1 o'clock today. Please pay your class dues of $2 to your group leader
as soon as p)ossible. Dinner is complimentary to those who have paid theirS
dues.
Stella Cornwell, Secretary.
Prhvilg etl 1 rly Clssification, College o~f L., S., aud A.:
Sever'al (departments claim that both the average strident and the excep-a
tionally good students make better progress when the second semester's workj
in a course is tak(en under the same instruc'tor as was the first semester's
work ; these de")a rt aents insist very strongly that.I. asudent shal11 continue
under' the same mmInsruactor. All departlmionts agree that if a stiduent wants to
continue under some p~ar'tic'ulir instr'utor~, oppori't111y so to c'ontinute should
be Imade lpossible.
In order to inake suciht coit inat ion possible, son far as ('ont inution
c;ourses5classified l Hi ongh i thle Classification(Comittee are concei'netd, lla nk,;
will- be ('ctriatedl in the various classes dairing the week beginning Satur-I
day, D~ec. 10; any student, now in a pamtic'ular ('lass, cant by signing his or 1hcr
name on that particulam' class list; blank, reseirve a pllace in that same class,
(samle houlrs, same instrucetor') for the continuation course next semester. In!
those departmnents Which do not announce the names of instructors, and] in
Botany 1 and Zoology 1 which nec'essarily involve a change of instrtm(tors, the
student's si gns Iii ie \will iic~i(ate a.(desireC to continue next sebmestemr at thle
:'amte hours as this semester.
Students should(1 considler this aI privilege, not ra requirement ; further, all
Situi'unts taikin'g 8advianltage of' this oppor'tunity, even in one single cour'se, will
be permnitted to make ALL their elections and comiplete theim'cnt ire (lassifi-
c ation he (fle the beginning of tihe usual classif'ication period for the general
run of studlents. Stude'nts who reserve plac'es, and then change their mindls,
mlay of course remove thirm names 2rom any list, but by so doing they will
forfeit the pr'iv'ilegc of' eai'ly classification. J1 . 1 ich.
1,011# siyste111 C'nmm11ifftee:
There will be a mleeting of the committee Wednesday at 3 o'clock in Bar.
bour Gym. Come preparted to discuss chart revision.I
lielenm J. llawkis, Chairman. #
M cap's Physical 1:ducationi Clumb:
The third meeting of the Men's Physical Education club will be held to-1
might at 8 o'clock in room 20 Watermnan Gymnasium. Coach Matt Mann willI
speak on "The Qualifications of a Camp Leadei'." An important and interest-!

IBY HISTORY HEAD
Prof. Claude H1. Van Tyne's book
entitled "England and Amnerica-Ri- =M art=Sye.A
vals in The American Revolution" has - ayM e r
just been issued by The Cambridge i E
University Press. The book containsw{
the six lectur'es which Professor Van 1
Tyne delivered while he was in Lon- =w t ilV
don holding the Sir George Watson
chair of Americani History, Literature Yea
and Institutions last year and mark's Thi.sYes_
an attempt on his part to extract an =M
impartial account of the Revolutionary-
War. I=
Wherever she may be, our flowers by wireI
Gilberi Norrisservice will reach her. Anywhere--Anytime -
_ Be sure to leave your orders with one of Ann1
Juille ret's= Arbor's three reliable flower stores. We are =
602 S. State Dial 5860 bonded members of the F. T. D. Association.
Prices slashe~d this week onlAA b rC . E
Morsers' and Buntes' Box E LX I lo a
CANDY122. E. Liberty
lf lb., 45c = THE FLOWER SHOP CAMPUS FLORISTS
1 lb., 90C- State at Liberty 1115 S. Univ.
Gibert's Xmas Can-1dy
j ~Makes an ideal gift to any one for Christmas
We are offering the hest candy on the market in
Special Xmas boxes in one, three, and five pound boxes.
=. Place your order with us now, and we will deliver it-
- for Xmas.
-= We also have a variety of other gifts in all of our
-:. four Drug Stores.-
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"Cmeoni
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fugand ter oodthigs.
.The cry goes round. Your friends gather.
WAash down the cats with "Canada Dry."
This ginger ale has a delightful flavor
tang to it . .. dryness . .. sparkle. It has a
subtle gingery flavor because it is made from
pure Jamaica giniger. It contains no capsicum
(red pepper). It blends well with other
beverages.
6q ANADA DRY"
? Reg. U. S. Pat- Off.
"TEhe Champagne of Ginger z./es".
Extract inporld from Canada and bottled in the U. S. A. by
Canada Dry Ginzgcr Mlle, Incorporated, 25 West 43rd Street. New Yor*, N. Y.
In Canada, J. J. McLaughlin Limited. .Established 1890.

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Play it dark and cagyf
The name "Canada Dry"
onS the bottle cap means
tha~t no one can put over
a fast one on yo'u.

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