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THE MICHIGAN

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FRIbAY, NOVEMBPER 16,

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DAILY OFF1ICIAL BULLETIN
Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members
of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the Presi-
dent until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)

Vol. 39 FRIDAY, - NOVEMBEER 16, 1928

No. 47

University Lecture:
Mr. J. J. Mallon, Warden of Toynbee Hall, London, England, will
speak on the subject "The Psychology of the British Working Man" atI
4:15 p. m. Tuesday, November 27, in Natural Science Auditorium. The
public is cordially invited.
F. E. Robbins.
University Lecture:
M. Auguste V. Desclos, Assistant Director of the Office National des
Universities et Ecoles Francaises, will deliver an illustrated lecture in
English on Monday, November 19, at 4:15 p. in., in the Natural Science
Auditorium on the subject "University Life in Paris in the Past and
Present." The public is invited.
H. P. Thieme
Pre-Medical Students:
I shall be in Dean Cabot's office in the old Medical Building daily
from 10:00 a. m. to 1:30 p.m. and from 3:00 p. m. to 5:00 p. m. On
Saturday my office hours will be from 10:00 a. m. to 12:30 noon.
Harvey C. Emery, Counsellor to Pre-Medical Students
Students, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The Classification Committee has placed the limit of time, at which
a course may be dropped without record, at the end of the eighth week
of the semester, November 17, 1928, excepting in cases of continued ill-
ness or other extenuating circumstances. In all cases the classifier
should consult with the instructor.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary.
Freshman Hygiene Lecture:
The second freshman lecture in Hygiene for men, will be given in
Waterman Gymnasium, Friday, November 16, at 3:00, 4:00, 5:15, p. m.
This requirement includes all freshmen in the regular physical
training classes and others that have been excused from these classes.
G. A. May
Physiological Chemistry 102:
The final examination for the first laboratory section will be held
on Monday, November 19, at 1 p. m. The second laboratory section
will begin on Tuesday, November 20. The students in this section should
provide themselves with a Physiological Chemistry cash ticket (obtain-
able at the Treasurer's office) and a copy of the Laboratory Manual.
Students will report at 1:30 in room 319 West Medical .Building.
Howard B. Lewis
Students Wishing Work:
Will any girls willing to do housework in private homes for partI
time please call at the Advisers' Office for work.
Beatrice W. Johnson
Freshman Women Who Are Camp Fire Girls:
Will any freshmen who are or have been members of the Camp Fire
Girls' organization please telephone Mrs. Frances Pettibone, 22115, Young
Women's Christian Association, at once?
Beatrice W. Johnson, Adviser of Women
Intramural All-Campus Handball:
All men interested in handball should sign up on the sheets that
are posted in Waterman Gym or the Intramural Bldg. Four wall courts
will be used exclusively. Entrees will close Nov. 23.
Intramural Department
Senior Pharmacy Class:
There will be an IMPORTANT meeting of the Senior Pharmacy
Class, on Friday, Nov. 16, at 5 p. m., in Room 303 Chemistry Building.
The seniors are as follows and attendance is compulsory:
Joseph E. Adams Harry B. Benson
Joseph J. Balsamo Mary E. Bowen

Donald S. Breisch Nathan W. Manow Undeliverable mail for the fol-1
Paul D. Carpenter Harry E. Morton lowing persons may be claimed at
Doris J. Foster Edward C. Mosier the General Delivery window, Main
William S. Godfrey Daniel E. Ziegenbein Office on or before November 17th.
Jacob Goldman Edwin V. Reid Ollie Backus
Charles H. Hall Oscar Robinson Cecil Billington
Gertrude Horsch Hagop Toroyan Cel Bllin
David B. Karelitz Fred H. Weinman Jael Blanquist
Earl J. Knaggs Samuel Weinshelbaum Ruth Bowman
Frank R. Koss Philip L. Wolgin Tullius Brady
Donald S. Breisch, President Prof. Wm. C. Brown
Prof. W. A. Brownell
University Symphony Orchestra Concert: Dr. Frederick A. Carr
The University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, con- Jo H. Camberlin
ductor, assisted by Albert Lockwood, pianist, and Thelma Newell, vio- Henry F. Donner
linist, will give the following program in the faculty concert series in Russell Dubois
Hill Auditorium, Sunday, November 18, at 4:15 o'clock. The general E. W. Dunn
public, with the exception of small children, is invited. The public Enuliano N. Erum
is requested to come on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. D. D. Ewing
Luigini: Egyptian Ballet; Wieniawski: Polonaise in A, Miss Newell; Elbert Fail (Trail?)
Mozart: Symphony, C Major (Jupiter); Liszt: Todtentanz, Mr. Lock- Natalie Ford
wood. Poseph Fortek
Charles A. Sink Victor Fromhart
E. N. George
Prof. Phelps Dinner:

W. A. Gillette
Wm. C. Grover
Kai Ho
Ruth Hopkins
N. W. Jeffries
Jas. L. Kassner
Lewis B. Kellum
Wm. A. McCabe
W. A. Moebs
. E. Morton
F. L. Miller
Joel Nelson
Judson H. Osterhoff
Maxwell G. Park
Lawrence Prense-
Eldred Rentig
E. J. Robson
R. J. Roth
Walter M. Roth
Robert F. Ruthruff
Darwin E. Sacheroff
Dorothy B. Tisch
Arthur M. Wagner
Luther B. Wood

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Professor William L. Phelps of the Yale University will be the guest
of honor at a dinner arranged by the Tolstoy Centenary Committee
Sunday, Nov. 18, at 1 p. m. in Lane Hall Tavern, State Street. Faculty
members and students who wish to meet Professor Phelps are welcome
and can make reservations by calling 21751.
F. S. Onderdonk
Michigan Dames:
The next meeting of the Michigan Dames Club will be held Monday,
November 19, (instead of Tuesday) at 8 o'clock, at the Faculty Women's
Clubhouse, 226 South Ingalls Street. Mrs. Ross Bittinger will speak on
Theatrical Costume Designing.
Mrs. C. W. Ferris, President
Notice:
An open forum discussion of war from the angle of the militarist,
the institutionalist, and the pacifist will be carried on by Professors
Slosson and Onderdonk and Alpha Nu on Tuesday, November 20, in theI
Alpha Nu room. Visitors are cordially invited.
M. Hutchinson
'Varsity Band:
Drill on old Ferry Field today at 5 o'clock sharp with instruments.
This will be the last opportunity t o turn in M. S. C. tickets.
Joe Narrin
J-Hop Committeemen:
There will be a meeting of all J-Hop committeemen; in room 304
of the Union at 4 p. m. Sunday.
Harry W. Wallace, Chairman
Chinese Students' Club:
There will be a social meeting tonight at 7:30 in Wesley Hall
on State street. Every Chinese student is cordially invited.
Y. E. Chang, President
Pan-Hellenic Ball:
The Pan-Hellenic ball is scheduled to close at 1:30 a. m. Breakfasts
following the ball should close at 2:30 a. m. and all houses at 3 a. m.
Plans for breakfasts should be approved by the office of Advisers.
Alice C. Lloyd
Notice:
We have the following surplus equipment which can be had by
any department having use for same, by calling our office.
1. Open bookcase 6 feet high and 4 feet wide. Has 6 shelves and
2 drawers. Dark finish.
3. Wooden blackboards.
1. Classroom platform 5 feet by 8 feet.
1. Swinging gate for office railing.
E. C. Pardon
Superintendent Buildings & Grounds Department

Tomorrow night we offer to our patrons two of the
best orchestras on the Campus, each having a distinctly
different style of playing, in a real battle of music.
You are the judge of this contest and we promise you
a struggle filled with rhythm, harmony, jazz, and
novelties.
Will your verdict favor
Buddy Golden and His Eleven Wolverines
or
Cooper's Colored Stompers?
They play at
9-12
$1.50 per couxple
Tonight is our Regular Friday Night Dance
with Buddy Golden playing.

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