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A. C. Stimson
TYPEWRITERS
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Tl'LSI)AY, OCTOBER 5, 1920

Nunber 1

University Men and Women==
You are assured a cordial welcome, excellent
service and your money's worth alxx ays at
Wahr's Universit Bookstores
316 state St. Main St. opp. Court House

'o the Members of the University:
On behalf of the University it gives me pleasure to extend a most hearty
relcome to the new members of the staff as they assume their places in
ur official family. To students, new and old, we hope that the University
ear will prove satisfying and stimulating.
When Willard D. Straight died in Paris, he left a will providing a large
equest for the purpose of making a certain American University "a more
uman place." I believe that he was right. Without lessening one whit
ur emphasis upon scholarship and disciphne, we can with great profit
ccentuate those qualities which will make it said of us that we are human
eings. Without doubt we shall accomplish more in our chosen fields if
lso we become specialists in being human. Reason must not be swayed
rom its true position by mere emotion! This settled conviction, however,
eed not prevent us from making clear to everyone that this University,
.owever large it may become, is appreciative of true human qualities.
M. L. BURTON, President.
'o the Members of the University:
It is hoped that the publication of this Daily Official Bulletin will prove
o be a great convenience to the officers of the University, the members of
he faculties, and the students. It should serve as a unifying influence and
>rovide a quick and efficient method of communication between all groups
vithin the University. It is intended to do away with inter-departmental
Lotices and announcements. All members of the University including offi-
ers, teachers, and students will be held officially responsible for notices
.ppearing in this Bulletin. Accordingly, The Michigan Daily .will be sent
ree of charge to every member of the staff, and will be posted early each
lay upon all bulletin boards. Immediate attention shoud be given to the
otice in this Bulletin from the Assistant to the President, Mr. O. L. Buhr,
who will serve as Editor. Every notice must be signed by a University
micial. The columns of the Bulletin are open to all members of the staff.
M. L. BURTON, President.
ro Members of the Faculties:
A general faculty meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 6, at
:30 P. M., in the auditorium of the Natural Science building. Every per-
on who meets students in the class room or laboratory is asked to attend
he meeting. I am conscious that such a gathering has no legal or con-
titutional existence, but there are certain matters which I wish to present
o our entire staff, which I hope will be of general interest. I regard it as
mportant that all members of the Faculties and staff be present.
M. L. BURTON, President.
C'o the Deans:I
The regular meeting of the Means will be held tomorrow (Wednesday)
,t 10 A. M., in the office of the President.
M. L. BURTON.
notice to All University Officers:
The Daily Official Bulletin is for the use of all members of the Uni-
ersity Staff in the transmission of notices either to students or faculty
roups and for the making of official announcements regarding classes and
neetings.
The following rules will be 6Lrictly observed:
1. All notices must be signed.
2. Every notice must be typewritten and on a separate sheet of paper.
3. Notices must be in my office by 3:00 P. M. of the day preceding
publication.

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4. Notices can be inserted oily through this office.
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The cooperation of all persons concerned is asked
Bulletin as efficient and bene'ficial as possible.
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the, President.

INI POR'fANT NOTICE
embers of the Teaching StaIT:
It is essential that the Michigan Daily be supplied at once with the
Mce address of each person teaching a University class, including Teach-
g Fellows and Assistants. Give the number of the room and name of the
iliding where you will be able to see the Daily Official Bulletin before
asses begin each day. Only in case a person has no office will the Daily
e delivered to his residence address. Fill out the following form and
nd it to The Michigan Daily office today. Give your office address if
>u have one.
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A Picture that travels with the rapidity of an aeroplane. Filled
to the brim with "pep" and exciting adventure.
AL ST. JOHN in
"THE AERO NUT"

THIS WEEK
Friday and Saturday
Delightfully refreshing is this
famous book and stage play done
hl the best picture Miss Pick
ford lags ever offered.

MADGE KENNEDY in

IHATSSUING ON
TUESDAY
:00-Gargoyle editorial and art staffs
meet in Press building.
:00- Chimes business staff meeting
Press 'building.,
:30-Registration of tryouts for Var-
sity band, room 308, Union.
':30 - Union reception for President
Burton, Union Assembly hall. (Jun-
iors only).
:30-Student council meeting, room
304, Union.
WEDNESDAY
:00-Varsity band practice, Univer-
sity hall..

team must report at the south end
of Ferry field, Wednesday at 4
o'clock.
The Ann Arbor chapter of the Am-
erican Association of Engineers will
hold a dinner at 6:30 o'clock Tues-
day, Oct. 5, in the Union. Following
the dinner, Gardner S. Williams,
consulting engineer, will talk on
"The Power Possibilities in the
Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Water-
vay Project." All interested are in-
vited to attend, and should com-
municate with Donald May, phone
684.
REGISTRATION TO EXCEED
FIGURE OF LAST YEAR

'THE GIRL WITH THE JAZZ HEART'

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7:30-Union reception for Pres'ient (Continued from Page One)
Burton, Union Assembly hall. (Sen- three students had registered in the
fors only). engineering college as compared with
1,729 for the corresponding day last
U-NOTICES year. The law school has 311 as
Economics 1E, all sections meet Wed- compared with 291, and the graduate
nesday at 9 in room 348 Engineer- school 162 as against 94 for last year.
ing building. Last night 402 were registered is the
Boonomics 3, all sections, meet Wed- Medical School, 356 in the dental
nesday at 11 in room 202 Economics school, 45 in the Homoeopathic, and
building. 90 inthe Pharmic school, all increas-
Economics 9, all sections, meet for es over the comparative day last year.
first time at 11 o'clock, room B, Registrar Hall estimates the total
Law building. enrollment for the literary college as
Economics 31, all sections, meet Wed- y 5,600, an increase of 593 over the
nesday at 9 o'clock, room B, Law, 5,007 who registered last winter.
building. Present indications are that the En-
Economics 32 class will meet at I gineering college will aggregate 2,200
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, room and the Dental school 450, an increase
101, Economics building. of 100 over last year.
EconomIes 38. First lecture, Tues-
day at 1 o'clock, Natural Science Girls' Attention. Rain Water Sham-
auditorium. Quiz sections will be poos, Marcelled Waving, Face and
arranged -at this meeting. Scalp Treatment at Mrs. J. R. Tro-
All students wishing to tryout for the janowski's, 1108 So. University.
informal Varsity soccer football Phone 696-W.-Adv.

Youll enjoy Ethel Clayton in
this unique roinauc. M iss
Clayton does her best work In
"Crooked Streets."
Intrigue, adventure and just a
dash of comedy go to knake this
a play that's different.

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Worth Remembering!
The ARCADE Theatre Is Now Under The
Same Management As The MAJESTIC.

Speed was as slow as t tor-
toise on the running track, but
be was speedy in love-that's
"(GOlNG SOME."
HERE SUNDAY, MONDAY
AND TESDAY
GEORGE COHAN
Whose 15 Minutes from Broad-
way" is known the world over,
has given Charles Ray the
comedy role of a lifetime.

CHARLES RAY
inally comes into his own in his
first independent production
iade for "First National:" Take
this tip :
See Charlie Ray

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