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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1920.

Number 15

of the Roard of Regents:
artments are hereby notified that the Board of Regents meets
Lay, November 3. Matters requiring action of the Board must
'resident's office not later than Tuesday, Oct. 26.
S. W. SMITH, Secretary.

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senate Council:
There will be a meeting of the Senate Council in the President's Room
t 4:15 p. m. on Tuesday, Oct. 26, 1920.
J. L. MARKLEY, Secretary.
[eeting of the University Form:
There will be a meeting of the University Forum Friday, Oct. 22, at 8
'clock at the Michigan Union, Room 90.
1. Election of Officers,
2. Discussion of the topic: Democratization of Departmental Ofganiza-
tion. R. W. SELLARS, Secretary.
entral League Debates:
Literary society preliminaries for the Central League Debates must be
ompleted on or before Saturday evening, Oct. 30. All members of societies
'ho wish to compete for places on the teams must do so through the society
ry-outs. Any who are not members may compete in a special try-out to be
rranged for Saturday, Oct. 30. Application for this try-out must be filed
ith the undersigned not later than Wednesday, Oct. 27. The first squad
limination contest will be held Saturday, Nov. 6.
RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
ssembly Dates for College of Engineering:
The first assemblies for the academic year 1920-21 have been assigned
.e following dates by the Committee on Mentors in the Engineering
maculty:
Sophomores, Monday, Oct. 25, at 11 o'clock,
Juniors, Tuesday, Oct. 26, at 10 o'clock.
Seniors, Thursday, Oct. 28, at 9 o'clock.
,All these assemblies will take place in Room 848 Engineering Build-
g. If the assembly conflicts with any class, the assembly takes prece-
nce and the student will be entitled to an excuse from such class if he
is attended the assembly. It is advisable for every student to attend
ese assemblies faithfully.
Dates for other assemblies for upperclassmen shall be fixed and an-
unced at a later time. Assemblies of Engineering freshmen occur reg-
arly every Wednesday at 11 o'clock in University Hall.
Class officers are advised to get into touch with their respective Chief
entors at once to arrange programs for the assemblies, if this has not
ready been done.
igineering students:
Engineering students interested in research in concrete and steel may
ceive information in regard to specific problems for which University
edit is given in Engineering Mechanics 7, by calling at New Engineering
gilding, Room 102, Monday, Wednesday or Friday from 2 to 5.
F. N. MENEFEE.
All University houses for women must report the names of the House
esidents to the office of the Dean of Women before Friday, Oct. 22.
MARGUERITE CHAPIN,
Assistant to the Dean of Womnen.
onomies, Course 1:
The examination for students who were absent from the final in June
l be held Saturday, Oct. 23, at 9 a. m. in Room 202 of the Economics Build-
. Candidates must present a slip from the Registrar giving them per-
ssion to take the examination.

ONEOITH WS NAME
DUNNE, '22, UNABLE TO RUN FOR
OFFICE OF JUNIOR CLASS TREAS.
URER.00
Editor, The Michigan Daily:
Due to theanumber of activities in
which I am already engaged it would
be impossible for me to fulfill the
duties of treasurer of the junior liter-
ary class if-I were to be elected, and
so I feel it to be necessary that I
withdraw my name in connection with
this office.
R. JEROME DUNNE.
ALPH4 ANU MEETING
SET FOR TONIGHT
Alpha Nu Debating society will hold
its regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in its club rooms on the fourth
floor of University hall. The meeting
this week has been advanced one
night so that it will not conflict with
the Illinois game "pep" meeting on
Friday night.
Visitors, particularly students inter-
ested in public speaking, are invited
to be present at the meeting. The
subject to be debated is, "Resolved,
That the Republican party should be
returned to power in the November
election."
CROSS COUNTRY TRIALS TO
BE HELD SATURDAY
With but two days remaining be-
fore ,he final tryouts for the Purdue
meet- at Lafayette Coach Farrell's
cross country men are working their
hardest to be in top form when Sat-
urday morning, the time set for the
trials, arrives. At that time the Var-
sity candidates will cover the course
and the men who appear to be in the
best shape will be selected to meet
the Boilermakers.
"Whispering" on record at Allmend-
inger's Music Shop.-Adv.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625,000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.

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-No Delay.
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WH AT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
-Junior laws meet in Law-build-
g for class elections.
- Candidates for freshman lit
ass football team report at the
treme south end of Ferry field.
-Senior laws meet in Law build-
g for class elections.
-Ferris Institute club meets in
om 206, University hall.
-Senior engineers meet in room
B, Engineering building, for class
ctions.
- Ambulance service dinner at
ion. All men in this service dur-
the war who can attend, call
ank L. Walters, 1855.
-"The Religion of the Great Set-
ists," in Upper Room, Lane hall.
-Alpha Happd Psi meets In room
,Union.
-Cooley club meets I practice
irt, Law buildixg.
-- Prescott club holds. initial
eting in room 303, Chemistry,

LEAGUE PARLORS OPEN FOR'
USE OF UNIVERSITY hOUSES
The Women's league parlors at
Barbour gymnasium are open to Uni-
versity houses on Friday and Satur-
day evenings for dances and other en-
tertainments.
Use of the rooms, dishes and janitor
Sservicesare donated by the league and
a member of the judiciary co ncil will
be appointed to look after arrange-
ments, make suggestions, and other-
wise assist with the success of the
parties.
Any house desiring the use of these
rooms should see Aletha Yerkes, '21,
or Marguerite Chapin, '20, in Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office.
FRESH LITS ISSUE CALL
FOR FOOTBALL CANDIDATES
Already a call has been issued to
the members of the freshman literary
class for candidates for the class foot-
ball team. Members of this class are
to report for the first time today at
the extreme south end of Ferry field.
As this will be the initial pratcice, the
workout will be light. First year men
in the literary college are urged to
report for the team. The time is set
for 3 o'clock.

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- Cosmopolitan club holds first
aeting at Lane hall.
-Camp Davis men meet for smok-
at Union.
-Dixie club meets at Union.
-Alpha Nu holds regular meeting
University hall.
-Round-Up club meets gut Union
transact important business.
-Christian Science society meets
auditorium, Lane hall.
FRIDAY
- Entire business staff of the
rgoyle meets in Gargoyle office.-
U-NOTICES
ien interested in soccer report at
ith Ferry field at 4 o'clock this

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NG POON CHEW, NOV. 23
ALBERT J. BEVERIDGE, DEC. 1
GOV. HENRY J. ALLEN, DEC. 16
LELAND POWERS, DEC. 18

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AT
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Season Tickets, General Admission, (for 10 Lectures) $2.50
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