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THE MICHICAN DAILY

THUTRSDAY, OC'i Gl2EP' 24, 1020

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)

' Aero 5: The Monday 1-5 section will meet on October 28.........
F. N. =M. Brown.
Zoology 32 (Heredity). Absentees from the examination last June
will meet in Room 3089, Natural Science Building on Saturday, October
26 9:00 o'clock, to take a sunplementarv examination Those who ex-

Remarque Criticized ROW E EXPECTS INCREASED ACTIVITY
by German Officers IN STUDENT PLAY-WRITING CONTEST
<- ~and from the large number of ,,tudJ
Speaking yesterday on the one ents not in the class, who appear
act play contest which is being for help with regard to reading lists

FRIDA*V- Of,'C Oi Ell 2:i.

No. 2 1

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Faculty, School of Education: The next staff luncheon will be held
on the third floor of the Michigan League Building on Tuesday, October
29, at 12:15 o'clock sharp. We will have as guests a number of the offi-
cers and speakers of the M. E. A. A full attendance of our staff is de-'
sired. Please note change of time and place.
C.O.Davis, Secretary.
Music Assembly: All classes and private lessons in the School of
Music will be dismissedon Monday, October 28, from 11:00 to 12:00 inj
order that students and faculty may attend the address by Ernest
Fowels of London, England, who will be lecturer for the University on that
day. His subject will be "Musical Taste, How it is Formed." The ad-
dress will be given in the School of Music Auditorium. Students in
other Schools and Colleges are cordially invited.
Earl V. Moore.
Music Courses: No changes of elections may be made in music
courses or by School of Mlu:ic majors after this week. .
Earl V. More, Musical Director.

Pect to 1, e thi examination shoull notify me in advance in order thmat sponsored by the Division of Eng- and other preparation for dramatic
the rt ki ts numeromopieof qhuedntins mae prvded. in derhtlish, Prof. Kenneth T. Rowe, teach- writing, it is safe to say that there
the reeisit number of copies of questions may bepFranin Shull er of the course in play writing, will be a marked increase over the
declared that he expected a great 32 manuscripts of last year."
deal more activity on the campus It is expected that the plays will
Make-up Examinations: Students taking make-ups in History 6, in the composition of plays than show an advance in quality over
History 92, or other courses in which I lectured last year, will appear in was shown last year. Movement at those of last year due to the ad-
Room 4001 A. H, at 0:03 o'clock Saturday morning, O;,tober 26. the University toward the writing ditional experience and preparation
Preston Slosson. and producing of student plays being brought to the writing of
started a year ago when rhetoric, plays this year. "Of course," Mr.
English, and speech departments Rowe pointed out, 'the quality of
Cosnmpolitan Club will hold a business meeting Saturday, October combined their efforts for the es- the plays for any year depends fin-
26, at 7:00 p. mn., in Lane Hall. Social meeting will follow. tablishment of a real dramatic tra- ally on the unknown element of
dition at Michigan. individual talent."
Prospective' Members of the Cosmopolitan Club: All prospective "There are many reasons for ex- "Although there are 23 students
members and friends are cordially invited to attend a social meeting pecting," Mr. Rowe said, "an in- taking the course in play writing,"
Saturday, October 26, at 8:00 p. m., Lane Hall. !crease in the number of' manu- he concluded, "strong competition
scripts for the second contest. In- is expected from outside the class.
Ann Arbor Stamp Club will meet Saturday evening at 8:00 in room -; terest was stimulated last year, as There is much creative talent on
408 of the Romance Language Building. Election+ of officers will take Erich Remarque a result of which many students; the campus, and the contest should
place and there will be an auction. Vistors and collectors invited. ! have been reading plays, studying serve as an expression for it. It
'______Author of "All Quiet on the Wes- the theatre, and experimenting in has often been the case that the
Children's Rhyme Classes will be held in Barbour Gymnasium every tern Front," who has been men- dramatic writing in preparation for person who investigates writing for
Saturday morning. Children from 5 to 8 years will meet at 10 o'clock tioned as a possible winner of the this year's competition. There are himself puts forward the most in-

and the older group will have the fo
Choral Union Rehearsals: The first Choral Union rehearsal for
memA was held last Tuesday, October 22, at 7:00 in the Auditorium at the Gift to Architectural
School of Music. Regular rehearsals will be held every week from 7:00
p. m. to 8:00 p. in., the men meeting on Tuesdays and the Women on hA nnounce
Thursdays.Earl V. ore, Musical Director. Announcement of a gift of a ba-
tik from the class of '32 was made
yesterday by Prof. Emil Lorch of
International Forum: The International Committee of the S. C. A. the architectural school.
will hold a series of Forums for the liberal and informal discussion of Professor Lorch explained that a
questions and subjects of international interest. All foreign and Ameri- batik is a design or picture dyed
can students and faculty members are cordially invited to attend. The by a special process on fabric.
first Forum will be held Sunday, October 27, at 4:00 p. in. in the South This particular batik was design-
Room of Lane Hall. Dr. A. S. Aiton of the History Department will lead ed and made by Myron B. Chapin,
the informal discussion on "A Program for the Improvement of Span- professor of drawing and painting
ish-American Relations with the United States." in the architectural school.
John M. Brumm, Carlos Guardia. The piece now hangs on the
north wall of the Architectural li-
University Lecture: Natural Science Auditorium, 4:15 p. in., Mr. A. brary.
R. Nock, of ClaireCollege, Cambridge University, England. Subject: -
"The Place of the Emperor Augustus in the History of Religion." JPP
Exhibition from the National Society of Mural Painters, Architec-- ( TONIGHT
tural Building, daily from nine to five. T
Sociology Seminary: meets from 4 to 6 at Mr. Richard Fuller's apart- AND
ments, Forest Plaza, Forest avenue. Dr. Angell will report. SATURDAY
La ue's Discussion Group meets in 1139 N. S. at 8:00 p. n.
Carl 1). LaRue. RA Y
Executive Council of the Michigan Union meets at 4 p. m. in the
Student Offices.
. . . _ COMING EVENTS. MILLER
° Phillips Scholarship Examination in Latin will be held in Room
2014, Angell Hall, Saturday, October 26, at 9:00 a. in.
and
Political Science 32: The make-up final examination for this course
will be given in Room 2032, Angell Hall, Saturday morning, October 26, HIS
41t 9 o'clock. Students who expect to take this examination must report
t'heir names immediately to the undersigned. BRUNSWICK
James K. Pollock, Jr.
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lowing hour. Nobel prize. Many German officers many more students enrolled in the dividual and interesting composi-
objected to his consideration. play writing course, rhetoric 189; tion."

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