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 13, 1927 - Image 8

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1927-12-13

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

41

)'AGE RIGHT

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I- t7VTCSDAY, DRCt,-M-fiFZ 1:>1,.,,1 "

Tt

D A I LYOF FICIAL 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. in. (11:30 a. mn. Saturday.)

Volumte S.

TUESDAY, D)ECEMBIER 1:3.

Number 72.

University Lecture:
Dr. Lee Ed~ward Travis, Associate Professor and Director of the Speech
Clinic in the University of Iowa, will lecture on "The Place of Speech Cor-
rection in Modern Eduction" at 4:15 p.m., Tuesday, December 13, in the
Natural Science Auditorium. The public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
Enterhig Sophomiore and Uppercass Women and Those Who Have Not
Finished the Requirement In Hygiene Lectures:
HYGIENE LECTURES: Be prepared for a (final blue book on Tuesday
Deccemnber 13,"t 4 oclock in Sarah Caswell Angell Hlall.
Margaret Bell, M..10.
Business Administrat ion LectuIre :
Dr. C. C. Edmonds of the Buick Motor Company will speak to students in
Busincss Administration, and1( others interested, on Tuesday, IDecember 13,
at 4 p.m., in Room 206, Tappan Hall, on the subject, "Sales Control in Auto-
mobile Merchandising."' C. F. Griffin.
Econiomiics (Clubi:
Meets Tusdy December 13. at 7:45 o'clocc Ii room 304 of th Union.
Dr. Ea Fluegge of the University of Berlin is to speak. Z. (' Dickson.
Mathemaaticai('til):
Regular meeting will he held on Tuesday, IDecember 13, at 8 p.m., in Room
3201 Angell Hall. Prof. J. W Bradshaw will present "A Transformation of
Certain Sries." All persons interested are cordially invited.
W.IV. WD1eton.
All C'amus Organizations:
Contracts for organization sbace in the 1923 Michiganensian have beenI
mailed to officers of all fraternities, sororities, clubs, and miscellaneous or-
ganizations appearing in the Michiganensian last year. There will be space
available for a few additional pages after the usual number is taken care of.I
All contracts moust be signed and presented at the Michiganensian business
office on or before Friday, December 16.
Organizations Departmiet.
Dramia Section, Faculty Women's Club:
Monday evening drama section will meet at the Club House at 226 South
Ingalls, 7:30 p.m., Monday, December 12.
Ellene . yerly, Secretary.
~Jont Phmysics an1d(1Astronomy Colloquium:
Dr. Hazel Loshi will speak on "The Spectrum of Zeta Taur" at 4 :15
o'clock, Tuesday, December 13, in Room 1041, East Physics Building. All I-
terested are invited. W. F. Colby.
General Committee on the University College:
The fourth meeting of the General Committee on the University College
will be held in Room D, Alumni Memorial Hall, at 4:15 p.m., on Wednesday,
December 14, 1927. In preparation, members of the committee are requested
to re-read Section B of Exhibit B which is attached to the minutes of the
first meeting of the General Committee.
The tentative report of the sub-committee on Selection, Placement and
Guidance of Students will be discussed.
Ira XW Smith, Secretary.
Psychology 109:
Students taking part in the controlled reading experiment must complete
the work this week, six periods in all. The last regular meeting was held
last Wednesday., Make-up periods will be held, Dec. 13 at 1 and 2 p.m., in the
Natural Science Auditorium, and Dec. 15 in Room 1025 A.H.
H. F. Adams.
Psychology 31:
Students taking part in the controlled reading experiment must complete
the work this week in order to secure credit. The last regular meeting will
be held at 2 p'm., Dec. 13 in the Natural Science Auditorium. Make-up
periods will be held Dec. 13 at 1" p.m., in the' Natural Science Auditorium,
and Dec. 15 at 4 p.m., in Room 1025 Angel Hall.
Edward . Greene.
Presentation of Warthin Anniversary Tolume:
The Warthin Anniversary Volume will be presented at 4:30 o'clock this
afternoon, December 13, in the West Amphitheater, West Medical Building
Hugh Cabot, Dean.
Rhomnaice Club:
There will be a meeting of the Romance Club today at 4:15 o'clock at the
Michigan tinuon, Room :316 (raduate students in the Department of Romance
Languages are invited to this meeting.
Julio Pled Tor'o.
Graiiiate English Club:
All gradluate students in English and Rhetoric are cordially invited to
hear Mr. Dawson discuss non-professional creative literary production, Tues-
day night, Dcembcr 13 at 3 p.m.. at the Michigan Union, Room 306.1
I, B. Parks.
Antihropolog'ical Clutb :
There will be a metng of the Anthropological Club, Tuesday evening,
December 13 at 8 p.m., in Room 21 16. Natural Science Building. Prof. R. B.
Hall will give an illust ratedl talk on "Some Peoples of the West Indies"
Carl 1,. uthe.
I'Aigiucerin g Deba ting Soejety~:
Meeting 7 :30 p.m., Michigan Union. Room wil be announced on bulletir
board., F. N. Meneicfe. j
11 Circolo Itauluio:
11 Circolo Italiano announces its first lecture of the year, which will le j
given Wednesday, Dec. 14 at 4:30 o'clock in Room 2003 A.H.
Miss Mary J. Pearl will talk on her impressions of Naples. This lecture
will be illustrated. All interested are cordialy invited.
A. 1)1 Gilio, President.
Le (eceFrancais:

'Phere will be an important meeting of Le Cerele Wednesday night at
:15 o'clock. Business for the evening includes the choice of new members.
A short andl interesting program has been arranged. It is desired that every-
one be plresent.I
13111o S. Ryan, President.
A deiplil House or Representatives:
There will be no meeting this evening due to the Whitney performance
i Hill Auditorium. The House will not meet on January 3, 1928. Pins will
be shipped to your home addresses.

i
z=

Ushers For the Oratorical Series: NuTimber Students
There will be a lecture at 8 o'clock, Tuesday, December 6. Ushiers are O-"f -
requested to be present at 7 :15 o'clock sharp. This will be the last. lecture at e lh
before Christmas vacation.Trae By H lt
R. 11. Sandlerson, Chairman. "~~~S o s G i
Students' Recital Serl's: ---
The following program will be given in the .Students' Recital Series in the All lines of service in the Univer-
School of Music Auditorium, Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Tphe general sity health service showed an increase
public, with the exception of small children is cordially invited to attend. (luring tihe month, but no unusual
Haydn: Juartet, B flat, Mary Alice Case, first violin, Vera Johnson, conditions prevailed. In a report
second violin, Bernard Dickstein, Viola and Madeline Holmes, '(CCello; Beeth- given cat yesterday health experts
oven: Sonata Op. 27 No. 2, Marion Johnson; Mozart: Concerto, D major say that the department has always
(first movement) Beth Hamilton; Rubinstein: "Thour't Like Unto a Flower," been uncertain as to what is justi-
Arne: "The Lass With the Delicate Air" Helen Gould; Popper: Requiem jor ili1I in trying to prevent possible
three 'celli and piano, Lawrence Goodspe~ed, Edward 0. D'Anma, Tom Tionesi injuiry to students who participate in
and Dorr Legg. Accompanists: Rena Pavitt and iMarion Johnson. various activities daring the year. The
Chares ~. ~. problem has arisen particularly from
Chorl tirtlo: physical activities which sae either
Choral o pomtUnbyUnon:it
There will be a rehearsal for both men and women Tuesday evening' 'at - efrt.. ThisOr rooted b wiersity
o'clock, in the University School of Music Building. Attendance is very im- I orcacute US extenision of required
lotant. I:. 'r. tMoor3e. OVS1(.cl exercise, the report says.
31 ui:~Secton f Fcult ~I*pmeuN I.~~ liui ( U~' i ilte Vallies_ to be
IR~~~~~~~~i~~a' ut11(l lSCl: 'i'.iipat (Ifromn aal llCedical ex-1
The Music Section will sleet~ Tuesday, December 13 :-it 8 o'clock at lie mi I£)'.s ugg of , the advisilility 0G
home of Mrs. Maddy 1918 Berkshire Road. An interestingprgm.ihd- i umahnrtome[hcx

ALUMNI OFFICIALI

ATTENDS MEETING,
Wilfred B. Shaw, general secretary
of the Alumni association, has Just re-
,turned from New York City, where as
president of the National Alumni
council, he attendled a meeting of the
executive committee.
The committee met for a two day
conference to consider plans for the
national conference of the association
in May, 1928. The National Alumni
council is composed of the active
alunmni officers, publishers of alumni
magazines, and secretaries of alumni
funds from 250 colleges and univer-
sities of the country.
On Jan. 26 Mr. Shaw will leave forj
an extended trip to the West where he
will attend district conferences of the
national association.!
amnination of' the entire student bodyj
a. possib~le requisite to annual enroll-
mlent.

I

SWIMMING TEAM T BE
ENTERTAINED BY ALL' i !'

During the trip which the wirn:~
team will take during t he !iudltia',' ;'
son1, it will b,' entcrtained by Ili-~
ious University of Jlichiga n (' lulbs
t e cte it wl iiToledo, Erie, New Yfork, Philadlipli..
and Washington. The -1Inli i %,i
meet them at the train and sow i J
the different points of "1 __i.WV
team. will be entertained w iit a (k, -
ner at night, and the alumnni wJll fr
a cheering section at the meet to gv
the team support.

1

!cing Christ ma~s carols by the Chorus, ha
Trhe Piano Group of the Section
S o'cloc~k at Uie]homec of ibrs. L. 0. ('asc
Gidei Section, IFacult y lWomen's (CIub:
The. Gardien Sect ion gil meet Wedr
Home of Mrs. Wells lenuiet t, 500 llighll
speak onl "Evergreens."~
11illel hFotandatiomi:
Profess'or Hlolbrook of the Law ScI
Poundation Luncheon today at 12 :15)o'c
Ujnlersity & MAichigan Band(:
Important rehearsal tonight at 7c
hearsal for the concert tomorrow night
Gilbert
ITALIAN SOCIETY
FORMS PROGRAM i
II Circolo Italiano has just complet-
ed its program for this year. Includ-
ed among its distinguished lecturersj
are: Miss Mary J. Pearl, who is come-;
pleting her doctorate here, and who
has spent three years in Italy doing re-
search work in archaeology; Count+
U~go B~ern! Canani, Italian Consul from
Detroit; Prof. William A. Frayer of.
the History department; Dr, Antonio
Curri, a linguist and Professor of'
Roman Laws in the University of;
Rome; and Prof. William A. McLaugh-
lin of the Romance Language depart-
ment.

Ias been planned.
wsill meet Thursday, Deccember 1)~ at
e, 720 Whaley Court.I"II"O
Mr.L. 0. (Case, Chairmnt.
l~cpic i~ ~ 1 ~ G iftis Tha~t Are Always
_ilqi'~ L. ]ic e, Secretary. 13
hool will be the speaker at the HIli kwv ote
clock in the Mkichigan Union. R iit1ary Brush~esThroBtle
Harry Seligson.
------ -Founain ensPerfume Atomizers
o'clock tonight. This is the last r. 8 Manicure Sets
B. ultnstllAssistant Manalger. 3
SOCIOLOGY CLUB Eebc & Son C.
INITIATES SEVEN'Is 200-202 E. Liberty St.
Alpha Karpa Delta, rationadlihon- "E..":d.' X 0d ./J ....*.''~.. .. ~ l~J/ P..
orarv so i f a.'tritv. ll ilStif,

most
WELCOME
because most
USEFUL

formnal initiation Sunday, with11 even
students added to the roll of the
M~ichigan Alpha chapter.
Henry H. Fuller, grad., Elroy S.
Guckert, grad., Shuli Ching Yang,
grad., Milton Kirshbaum, '28, 'Mrs.
Augusta Niethaimua, '28, Gertrude
Vent, '28, and Cortlandt Van Vetchen,
'29, were the initiates. John Albiz,
and Joseph Cohen, instructors, became
affiliated with the local chapter by
transfer from the University of Wash-
ington.

r
r

yYOwae.... .. ._ - - }MtilMllli _ 1
1 it

A New Suit
FOR THE
Holiday Season
Young Men's

I.

S

UITS

'1
/t ~
a5

Good enough
for Dad-
good enough
for you

You will enjoy. Xmas a hun-
dred per cent better with a

Famous for ease of ,opera-
tion, the Royal Portable
Typewriter is the ideal
Christmas remembrance -t
a wonderful aid in the edu-
cation of children, surpris-
ingly useful at home, con-
stantly helpful to traveling
men, executives, profes-
sional men. Built by 'the
makers of over a million
Easy-Writing Royal Type-
writers, the Royal Port-
able is finished in your
choice of splendid colors,
particularly appropriate
for Christmas. $60.00 com-
plete with handsome carry-
ing case, many prefer
gradual payments.
Rider's Pen Shop
Dil 8950
Authorized Dealers
tT L

1

new garment.

Our assort=

Edgeworth p ; o,.,

ments have been selected with
a keen regard for your de-
mands. Newest of styles in
smart weaves and sturdy tail-
oring.

'I

4

'30

ANT)
MORE

I1

Jo F. WUERTFH & CO.
Albeit Fiegel, Prop.

We Wish You All
A
Merry Christmas
AND'
A Happy New Year
Pn~ngrapr

I-_

mmrrfln

x

1I

Oratorical Association Lecture
HILL AUDITORIUM
I0am
EDWIN M. WHITNY
Presents the Well-Known Play
"The Tailor-Made Man"

'10'

A

State Street

Phone 5031

I.

Admnission $ 1.00

Box Office Open at 7 P. NI.

STUDENTFINED
Gordon J. Robertson, '29E, arrested
Sunday on a charge of speeding, was
fined $10 and costs in Justice court
yesterday.
DAD'S
(hristrnas GIFT
He'll like Flinker, because-
it really sharpens any safety
razor blade. Hones as well as
strops. Works the way his
barber strops. Only $3.50.
Buy from these authorized
student salesmen:

Robert J. Gessner, Speaker.

'I

-- w--
- w - a
r-w - -
AN EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS GIFT
a a
w -
w
s a a
w a a a
a a THE
w a a -
_ - a

__w y

I

a
10

r

CHRISTMAS PARTY AT GRANGER'S

75c
Per Couple~

WEDNESDAY NIGHT
A big frolic of good cheer, and
pep and jollity
BILL WATKINS' WOLVERINES
will furnish two hours of plenty

I'Dancing I
8toloI

,1

hot mu sic r /

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan