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WHAT'S GOING ON

LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1920 Number

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embers of the Faculties:
general faculty meeting will be held today at 4:30 P. M., in the audi-
o of the Natural Science building. Every person who meets students
class room or laboratory is asked to attend the meeting. I am con-
that such a gathering has no legal or constitutional existence, but
are certain matters which I wish to present to our entire staff, which
a will be of general interest. I regard it as important that all mem-
f the Faculties and staff be present.
M. L. BURTON, President.
e Deans:
he regular meeting of the Deans will be held today at 10 A. M., in
ice of the President.
M. L. BURTON.
non and Sophomore Women:
11 Freshmen and entering Sophomore women are required to attend
ting to be held in Barbour Gymnasium today (Wednesday) at 4:00

DEAN WRA B. JORDAN.

of Engineering:
.nding Committee meeting Thursday, October 7, at 4 P. M. in the
Office.
M. E. COOLEY, Dean.
ian Engineers:
sembly will be held in University hall at 11 A. M. today instead of
m 348, new engineering building. Speakers-Dean Cooley and Col.

' FIELD.

man Dental Students:
11 freshman dental students, including those who have advance credit,
quested to meet the dean in the amphitheater of the dental building
lay morning, October 9, at 8:30 A. M. Teachers in charge of classes
ntal students are requested to postpone their work from 8:30 and 9
k respectively until 9:15 o'clock.
MARCUS L. WARD.

Lrlow I. Hall,
e at once.

pre-dental student from Holly, N. Y., should report

DEAN MARCUS L. WA-RD.

[es Students:
nomics 32a will meet Thursday at 4 P. M. in Room 6, Economics
nomics 32 will meet today at 10 A. M. in Room 101 Economics
instead of at 1 o'clock as previously announced.
C. EDMONDS.
staff of the Physiology Department is as follows, all offices being
econd floor of the Physiology building:-
essor W. P. Lombard, Room 203; Assist. Prof. O. M. Cope, Room
W. Bourne, Assistant, Room 206; W. E. Muldoon, Assistant, Room
~Ludwick,_ Assistant, Room 206;, W .R. Torgerson, Assistant, Room
C. Mills, Assistant, Room 208; J. E. Elz'inga, Assistant, Room 208.
WARREN P. LOMBARD.
Found Bureau:
cles found in University buildings or on University grounds should
d in at the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. Re-
ill be given to the finder and if articles are not called for by the
ithin sixty days they may be reclaimed by the finder.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
Ion for Meeting Quarters:
ersity organizations desiring to hold meetings in any building not
with janitor service at the hour of the meeting must make request
than twenty-four hours in advance, at the office of the Secretary
ilversity, Room 3, "University Hall, by order of the Regents.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
tiding on the Campus:
attention of all persons, particularly of new students is called to
that the riding of bicycles on campus sidewalks, including outer
prohibited under Public Act No. 80 of 1905 as amended by Public
02 of }907.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
All University Officers:
Daily Official Bulletin is for the use of all members of the Uni-
taff in the transmission of notices either to students or faculty
id fQr the making of official announcements regarding classes and

WEDNESDAY
11:60 A. 1.-Fine Arts 1 meets in west
gallery, Alumni Memorial hall.
7:00-Varsity band practice, Univer-
sity hall.
7:15-- Union orchestra meets, room
308, Union.
':1-Joint meeting of Zionist, Men-
orah, and Jewish Students' organ-
ization officers and directors at Lane
hall.
7:30-Union reception for President
Burton, Union Assembly hall. (Sen-
iors only).
THURSDAY
7:15- Unioiy orchestra meets, room
308, Union.
7:30-Union reception for President
Burton, Union Assembly hall.
(Sophomores only).
4:00-Christian Science society meets.
Lane hall.
U-NOTICES
Economics 1E, all 4ectionts, meet Wed-
nesday at 9 in room 348 Engineer-
ing building.
Economics 3, all sectios, meet Wed-
nesday at 11 in room 202 Economics
building.
Economics 9, all sections, meet for
first time at 11 o'clock Wednesday,
room B, Law building.
Economics 31, all sections, meet Wed-
nesday at 9 o'clock, room B, Law
building.
Economics 3. First lecture, Tues-
day at 1 o'clock, Natural Science
auditorium. Quiz sections will be
arranged at this meeting.
There will be a meeting 'of all pro-
spective candidates for the Varsity
and freshman swimming teams
Thursday at 7:30 o'clock in room
304 of the Union.
A special wire brings the results of
the World's Series to The Daily. You
can find them there every morning.-
Adv.
Gilbert's Chocolates at Tice's Drug
Store. 117 S. Main St.-Adv.
Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.
S HU B E R T
DETROIT
Mat. Today 50cto $2.RNights Oc to $250
THIS WEEK
TAKE IT FROM ME
GA RRICK
DETROIT
TH1 WEEK
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The Hole in tis Wall
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Always Fresh
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Schianderer & Seyfried
JEWELERS
OF
QUALITY AND
SERVICE
Watches, Clocks, Diamonds,

Cut Glass and Silverware
MiJ Wis
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NOTICE!
Young women who would
earn extra money during lei-
sure hours will find lucrative
employment at the Tele-
phone Exchange. As an
employe, you enjoy the priv-
ilege of the cafeteria where
home cooking is served at
cost. Call at the Office be-
tween9A. M.and 5 P. M.
MICHIGAN STATE
TELEPHONE COMPANY
Cor. Main and Washington

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

PRESENTS

"The White Circle"

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DANCING SCHOOL-ARMORY
Prof. H. H. Miltenthal of Detroit,'
having over ten years successful ex-
perience. Member of Associated
Masters of Dancing. Opens his danc-
ing school at the Armory Friday night,1
Oct. 8th -class 7 to 8:30-those wish-
ing to enroll should come the opening;
night if possible. The professor has
taught dancing in the Armory last

season and had a big success, and sat-
isfied his pupils in every respect. He
is considered the best instructor in the
state-his method is simple. No em-
barrassment-guarantees to teach you
the one step, fox trot, and waltz. The
professor is now teaching at Detroit,
Lansing, Grand Rapids and Kalama-
zoo. Rates reasonable. You pay in
two payments. You can take term,

Today -Tomorrow
AURICEv

Robert Louis Stevenson's Immortal Thrill Tale,
"The Pavilion on the Links"

half term, or single lesson-special
rates to ladies. Private lessons by
appointment. Don't wait. Enroll
now. Don't be a wall flower.-Adv.
The "STANDARD" Loose-Leaf
Notes at Wahr's University Book
Stores.-Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Adv.

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TOMORROW - Saturday ENID BENNETT in "HAIRPINS"

owing rules will be strictly observed:
otices must be signed.
y notice must be typewritten.
es must be in my office by 3:00 P. M. of
blication.
es can be inserted only thorugh this office.
es will not be accepted by telephone.
eration of all persons concerned is asked
as efficient and beneficial as possible.
0. L. BUHR,

the day preceding

in order to make

Assistant to the President.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
be Teaching Staff:
ential that the Michigan Daily -be supplied at once with the
3 of each person teaching a University class, including Teach-
nd Assistants. Give the number of the room and name of the
re you will be able to see the Daily Official Bulletin before
each day. Only in case a person has no office will the Daily
to his residence address. Fill out the following form and
'he Michigan Daily office today. Give your office address if

0. L. BUHR,
Assistant to the President.

DEBATERS TO HOLD
MEETING ON FRIDAY
Debating society will
first time this year at
Friday night to organize
ig year. Short addresses

will be given by C. M. Youngjohn, '22,
D. A. Watts, '21, and W. H. Wise, '21.
Plans and committees for the coming
semester will be announced.
All visitors, especially first year men
interested in debating, are invited to
attend.

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