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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVF

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, NOV

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DAILY OFFICIAL 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.)

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Vol. 39 SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1928

No. 491

University Lecture:
Mr. J. J. Mallon, Warden of Toynbee Hall, London, England, willf
speak on the subject "The Psychology of the British Working Man" at#
1:15 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
Englishon Monday, November 19, at 4:15 p. i., in the Natural Science
Auditorium on the subject "University Life in Paris in th'e Past and
Present." The public is invited.
F. E. Robbins
Faculty, School of Education:
The first Staff luncheon for the year will be held at the Union
Ladies dining room) Monday, November 19, at 12:15 o'clock. Professor
Myers will be in charge.I
C. O. Davis, Secretary
'aculty, Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
The mid-semester reports on students in your classes whose work
s below passing should be made on cards which may be obtained in
he office of the Secretary, 263 West Engineering Building, or from
he messenger boxes. The reports are to be filed in the Secretary's
)ffice not later than Friday, November 23.
Louis A. Hopkins, Secretary
Co Department Heads:
Due to the fact that Thanksgiving Day shortens the month, kindly
lave all time cards covering extra help in your departments in the
ecretary's Office by the evening of Thursday, Nov. 22. Time cards
eceived after this date will not be paid until one week later.
Edith J. Smith, Payroll Clerk
pplicants for University Scholarships Notice:
The following students are requested to meet the Scholarship Com-
nittee on Wednesday afternoon, November. 21, room 112 R. L. at the
ime indicated in this notice:
Boynton, Louise, 2:00; Callaghan, J. Calvin, 2:05; Cole, Julia Ellen,
:10; Curran, Edward Owen, 2:15; Gendermann, Cyril, 2:20; Gentz,
[arg, 2:25; Graf, Otto, 2:30; Griggs, Jean Carolyn, 2:35; Hartwig, Law-
ence Edward, 2:40; Johnson, Agnes, 2:45; Johnston, Vera, 2:50; Kan-
nen, Isabel, 2:55; Kelsey, Ruth, 3:00; Nosenzo, Angela, 3:05; Pollock,,
as. R., 3:10; Rorabacher, Louise E., 3:15; Teichman, John George, 3:20;
an Vechten, C. C., 3:25; Wellman, Marguerite, 3:30; Whitaker, Paul,
:35; Wilcox, Emily, 3:40; Wright, Phineas, 3:45.
H. P. Thieme, Chairman
eniors, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
A tentive list of seniors for February and June, 1929, has been
osted in the Recorder's office, Room 4, University Hall. Names appear
n this list as they will appear on the Commencement program and
iplomas. If there are any ,discrepancies, please notify the Recorder.
Florence Mohr, Recorder
hysiological Chemistry 102:
The final examination for the first laboratory section will be held
a Monday, November 19, at 1 p. m. The second laboratory section
ill begin on Tuesday, November 20. The students in this section should
rovide themselves with a Physiological Chemistry cash ticket (obtain--
ble at the Treasurer's office) and a copy of the Laboratory Manual.
tudents will report at 1:30 in room 319 West Medical Building.
Howard B. Lewis
ygiene 101:
The make-up examination will be given Monday, November 19
oom 20, Waterman Gymnasium, 4 p. m. Only students who have
logical excuse forhhaving missed the regular examination will be
permitted to take the make-up.
John Sundwall
. O. T. C.:
All R. O. T. C. students who have not secured their uniforms should
o so Monday or Tuesday between 9 and 5.
Reinold Melberg

Mozart: Symphony, C Major (Jupiter); Liszt: Todtentanz, Mr. Lock-
wood.
Charles A. Sink
Choral Union Concert:
The Flonzaley Quartet, founded by Mr. E. J. de Coppet in 1903,
consisting of Adolfo Betti, first violin, Alfred Pochon, second violin, Iwan
d'Archambeau, violoncello and Nacolas Moldavan, violo, will be heard in
the Choral Union Series in Hill Auditorium, Friday night, November
23, at 8:15 o'clock. The organization is completing its twenty-fifth
consecutive season, after which it will permanently disband. For its
final Ann Arbor concert the following program has been built: Beetho-
ven: Quartet in B flat major, Op. 18, No. 6, Allegro con brio, Adagio,
ma non troppo, Scherzo, Adagio (La Malinconia), Allegro quasi alle-
gro; Ernest Bloch: Pastorale; Schubert: Quartet in G Major, Op. 161,
Allegro molto moderato, Andante, un poco moto, Allegro vivace, Allegro
assai.
Charles A. Sink
Twilight Organ Recital:
Margaret MacGregor, organist, of the faculty of the University
School of Music, will give the following program in Hill Auditorium.
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The general public, with the
exception of small children, is invited to attend. No admission charge,
Elgar: Allegro Maestoso (Sonata in G); Marsh: Evening Snow at Fuji
Kawa, a Young Girl in the Wind; Bach: Prelude and Fugue in E
Minor (The Cathedral); Karg-Elert: Choral Improvisation on "In .dulci
Jubilo"; Bonnet: Romance without Words, Rhapsody Catalene.
Charles A. Sink
Research Club:
The Research Club will meet in Room 2528 East Medical Building
on Wednesday, November 21, at 8 p. m. The following papers will be
presented:
"Earliest Inflectional Changes in Middle English," by Professor Sam-
uel Moore.
"Continuity and Discontinuities," by Professor George Y. Rainich.
An important meeting of the Council will be held at 4:30 p. m. in
room 1053, East Physics Building.
Everett S. Brown, Secretary
Intramural Inter-fraternity Handball:
The first round of the Inter-fraternity Handball Tournament must
be played off by Nov. 24. The courts will be open from 7:00 p. m. to
9:00 p. m. all next week for this purpose. There is a chart posted both
in Waterman Gym and the Intramural Bldg. Find out which house
you play and make arrangements to play.
Intramural Department

International Forum:
Mr. B. S. Sindhu will lead an informal discussion on "The Political
Future of India" at the meeting of the International Forum this after-
noon (Sunday). The discussion will be held in the South Room, first
floor, Lane Hall at 4:15 p. m. All foreign and American students and
faculty members are cordially invited to take part.
W. B. Palmer
J. M. Brumm
For International Committee of the S. C. A.
hillel Luncheon:
Dean Humphreys will speak at the Hillel Luncheon to be held at
the Union on Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 12:15. His message is well worth
hearing..r
Philip Stern
Alpha Nu:
The regular meeting will be held Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 in the
Alpha Nu room. Professors Slosson and Onderdonk will lead in an
open forum consideration of the timely question of war and its abolition.
Visitors are welcome.
The annual fall initiation banquet will be held at the Union on the
27th of November. Regent Beals is the speaker.
John Webster, President
Michigan Technic Tryouts:
There will be an important meeting of all tryouts for the staff of the
Michigan Technic, Monday evening, at 8:00 p. m.
Edward R. Nell
Inter-Fraternity Council:
There will be an important meeting of the Interfraternity Council,
Tuesday evening, at 7:30 p. m. in the Michigan Union.
Edward Wachs
Men's Education Club:
The Men's Education Club will meet Monday evening, Nov. 19, at
7:00 p. m. in Room 302 of the Union. Professor Kyte will speak on "A
New Technique in Curriculum Making." All men interested in Educa-
tion are invited.
Arthur B. Elliott
Ann Arbor Art Association'
The Sixth Annual Ann Arbor Artists Exhibition is open to the
public every afternoon in the West Gallery and South Gallery of
Alumni Memorial Hall: '
Bruce M. Donaldson, President

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COLLEGE PRESS CLUB
HAS INITIAL MEETING
Six State Colleges Send Total
Of Fifty Delegates To
Annual Convention 0
GROUP DISCUSSES PAPERS
Representing six colleges and
junior colleges throughout the
state and attended by nearly fifty
delegates of the college publica-
tions represented, the first annual
convention of the Michigan, college
press club was held following a
noon luncheon at the Union yes-
terday.
Mt. Pleasant State Normal col-
lege, Olivet college, Detroit City
College, and the junior colleges of
Highland Park, Port Huron, and
Muskkegon sent delegates to the
meeting. A constitution which had
been drawn up by the journalism
department under an arrangement
made with Prof. J. L. Brumm at
the first meeting of the club last
spring, was presented and accept-
ed without correction.
Following a round table discus-
sion and criticism of the various
publications, the delegates were the
guests of Prof. Fielding H. Yost and
the Board in Control of Athleticcs
at the Michigan- M. S. C. foot-
ball game.
Mount Pleasant State Normal
college was elected the president-
secretary of the club for the en-
suing year, with Arthur H. Rice of
the Normal's journalism depart-
ment in charge of the appointment
of the individual, officers.
Subscribe for the Michiganensian
now. It costs only $4.00.

Chemical Engineering Seminar:
Mr. Richard H. Harrington will be the speaker at the
:Monday, November 19, at 4 o'clock in room 3201 East
building, Hi, subject is, "Transition, Ranges of the
System."

Seminar on
Engineering
Iron-Carbon

Sigma Delta Chi:
There will be a meeting of Sigma
in the Press building at 4 o'clock.

Delta Chi Monday afternoon,

J. Stewart Hooker, President

Alfred H. White
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
Faculty Women's Club:
The Play Reading Section will meet at the home of Mrs. H. E.
Riggs, Barton Hills, Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Will those ,
wishing transportation as well as those who can give transportation
please call Mrs. Haines, phone 3969?
Mrs. W. V. Marshall
Members of Scalp and Blade:
There will be a very importantmeeting at the Union, Sunday, No-
vember 18, 1928, at 2:30.
-' C. Keene, Secy.
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
A. S. M. E.:
There will be a regular meeting of the American Society of Mechani-
cal Engineers Tuesday, Nov. 20, 7:45 o'clock in Room 1042 East Engi-
neering Building. Professor Lovell will present an illustrated slide
lecture on "Motoring Through Europe." All members are expected tol
attend,
Jack Gray

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FRENCHMAN WILL
SPEAK TOMORROW
Auguste V. Desclos, assistant di-
rector of , the National Office of
French Universities and Schools,
who will speak at 4:15 tomorrow
afternoon in Natural Sciene audi-
torium on the subject, "University
Life in Paris, Past and Present",
is the house guest today of Dean
John R. Effinger of the literary
college.
Desclos is well known to Ann
Arbor audiences, according to Prof.
Hugo P. Thieme of the Romance
language department. Last year
Desclos spoke here on French
sculptors, after coming to town as
a member of the distinguished
commission of four appointed by
the Ministry of Public Instruction'
in France, to inspect the Union
and the Women's League building
plans with a view to the admin-
istrative problems of the Union
House of the Cite Universitaire,
Paris.
The lecture' will be delivered in
English, it is announced, to permit
the attendance of students who
are interested.

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, T. C. Ordnance:
)n Wednesday, November 21, the Ordnance Advanced classes will
an inspection trip to the Erie Ordnance Depot. Travel will be
itomobile leaving from R. 0. T. C. Headquarters at 7 a. m., return-
bout 7 p. m. All Ordnance Advanced and graduate students, and
lance Reserve Officers are invited to go. Anyone contemplating
g should communicate with me at his earliest convenience.
L. M. E/icker
-al Union:
"omblned rehearsal for menand womenTuesday, November 20,
School of Music. Rehearsal for sopranos and altos on Thursday,
mber 22, cancelled.
Earl V. Moore, Director
ersity Symphony Orchestra Concert:
'he University Symphony Orchestra, Samuel Pierson Lockwood, con-
r, assisted by Albert Lockwood, pianist, and Thelma Newell, vio-
will give the following program in the faculty concert series in
Auditorium, Sunday, November 18, at 4:15 o'clock. The general
c, with the exception of small children, is invited. The public
uested to come on time as the doors will be closed during numbers.
ni: Egyptian Ballet; Wieniawski: Polonaise in A, Miss Newell;

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