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ILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1920

Number 3

[otice to All University Officers:
The Daily Offlcial 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
-eetings.
The following rules will be strictly observed:
1. All notices must be signed.
2. Every notice must be typewritten.
3. Notices must be in my office by 3:00 P. M. of the day preceding
publication.
4. Notices can be inserted only through this office.
5. Notices will not be accepted by telephone.
The cooperation of all persons concerned is asked in order to make
his Bulletin as efficient and beneficial as possible.
0. L. BUHR,
Assistant to the President.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Members of the Teaching Staff:
It is essential that the Michigan Daily be supplied at once with the
>ftee address of each person teaching a University class, including Teach-
ug Fellows and Assistants. Give the number of the room and name of the
>uilding where you will be able to see the Daily Official Bulletin before
lasses 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
end it to The Michigan Daily office today. Give your office address if
Fou have one.
O. L. BUHR,
Assistant to the President.
bame ..................... --..................................
)ffce Address .................... .............................
)ollege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
-Unavoidable changes in election may be made Thursday and Friday,
)ctober 7 and 8.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Beginning Monday, October 11, all instructors in the College of Liter-
ture, Science, and the Arts will report every absence from class at the
nd of each week on the blanks to be found in the Dean's messenger
boxes.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Mhetorie Students:
Professor Rankin's 8 o'clock section in course 3 will meet permanently
n room 205 Mason Hall and his 10 o'clock section in .the Auditorium of
JUniversity Hall.
T. E. RANKIN.
hetoric Students:'
Section IV of Rhetoric III will meet Thursday at 10 o'clock in room
:02 West Hall.
Economics Students:'
Economics 32a will meet today at 4 P. M. in Room 6, Economics build-
,ng.
College of Engineering:
Standing Committee meeting today at 4 P. M. in the Dean's Office.
M. E. COOLEY, Dean.
reshman Dental Students:
All freshman dental students, including those who have advance credit,
re requested to meet the dean in the amphitheater of the dental building
aturday morning, October 9, at 8:30 A. M. Teachers in charge of classes
or dental students are requested to postpone their work from 8:30 and 9
"clock respectively until 9:15 o'clock.
MARCUS 7. WARD.
Mr. Harlow I. Hall, pre-dental student from Holly, N. Y., should report
t my office at once.
DEAN MARCUS I. WARD.
ero Students:
Classes in Aero will be held as follows:
Aero 2, Tuesday at 10 A. M. Room 223. Wednesday at 11) A. M. Room
Aero 3, Thursday at 10 A. M Room 347.
Aero 4, Tuesday and Thursday at 9 A. M. Room 417.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
6ost and Found Bureau:
Articles found in University buildings or on University grounds should
f# turned i at the office of the Secretary, Room 3, University Hall. Re-
eipts will be given to the finder and if articles are not called for by the
wuer within sixty days they may be reclaimed by the finder.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the Tniversity.
Reservation for Meeting Quarters:
University organizations desiring to hold meetings in any building noc

rovided with janitor service at the hour of the meeting must make request
iot less than twenty-four hours in advance, at the office of the Secretary
f the University, Room 3, University Hall, by order of the Regents.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
Uicycle Riding on the Campus :
The attention of all persons, particularly of new students is called to
he fact that the riding of bicycles on campus sidewalks, including outer
ralks is prohibited under Public Act No. 80 of 1905 as amended by Public
Act No. 302 of 1907.
SHIRLEY W. SMITh,
Secretary of the University.

WHAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
7:15- Union orchestra meets, room
308, Union.
7 30-Union reception for President
Burton, Union Assembly hall.
(Sophomores only).
7:30-Triangles meet, room 302, Un-
ion.
7 :30-Luther league meets at Zion
Lutheran church.
ming candidates meet, room 304,
Union.
8:00-Christian Science society meets,
Lane hall.
FRIDAY
7:30 - Women's Cosmopolitan club
meets, room 203, University hall.
7:30-Lutheran students of the Synod-
ical conference meet at the parson-.
age at Third and West Liberty
streets.
7:30-Dixie club smoker, room 319,
Union. All men from the south in-
vited.
8:00-Unitarian Build party for new
students in the church parlors.
U-NOTICES
Economics 31 will meet Friday in
room B, Law building.
W. A. A. PRESIDENT EXPECTS
SUCCESSFUL SPORT SEASON
"With tue large number of new girls
who are interested in outdoor ath-
letics, this promises to be an en-
thusiastic year for fall sports," is the
statement made by Phyllis Wiley, '21,
president of the Women's Athletic as-
sociation.
Hockey, tennis, and archery are the
the main sports to be elected, and girls
are urged by athletic authorities to
sign up at once in Barbour gymnas-
ium before the lists are filled.
In order to be eligible for a place
on any one of the teams it is neces-
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sary to belong to the Women's Ath-I
letic association. More than 200 girls
have already joined. Those who have
not will be given an opportunity dur-
ing the campaign for membership to
be held within the next two weeks.

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MASONS ATTENTION sonic band will furnish the music f
Every Mason on te campus invited the occasion.-Adv.
to attend the first smoker and get-to-
gether of the year. It will be held The "STANDARD" Loose-IA
Saturday evening, Oct. 16, at 8:00 p. Notes at Wahr's University Bo
m. at the Michigan Union. The Ma- Stores.-Adv.

University Men and Women==

You are

assured a cordial welcome, excellent

service and your money's worth alw ays at
Wahr's University Bookstores
316 State St. Main St. opp. Court House

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The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
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THE CLUB LUNCH
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Agency for

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OLYNDON & -COMPANY
- EST. 1905 -
719 North University Avenue
KODAKERS - HERE'S YOUR FIRST STOP -
RIGHT HERE AT THE STORE
We specialize in Developing and Print-
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Banners Laundry boxs & bags
Blankets Oilcloth
Pillows 7luslin
J'Memory Books Towels and a
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Sheets and novelties
Pillow cases
DARLING & MALLEAUX
224-226 SOUTH STATE STREET 7 NICKELS ARCADE
We Save 'Your Clothes 4y .Taking Pains
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ONE DAY SERVICE ON REQUEST
White Swan Laundry Company
DETROIT and CATHERINE STS.

619 E. Liberty St.

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POPULAR PEASE PIANOS
PLAYER ROLLS AND CABINETS
Prices and Goods are Sure to Please.
ALWAYS THE LATEST POPULAR HITS

DEAN ADDRESSES
FIRST YEAR WOMEN
Sarah Caswell Angell hall was filled
Wednesday afternoon when freshmen
and entering upperclass girls met with
drs. Myra B. Jordan to hear her ad-
rice and suggestions for the carry-
ng on of a successful college career.
Careful attention to scholarship
rom the very first, and regular at-
endance at all classes were stressed.
rhe purpose of house rules for Uni-
'ersity women was made clear.
Miss Marion Wood, the director of

physical education, told of the work
that their department aimed to do,
and its connection with the Women's
Athletic association. The work of the
Health service was explained by Dr.
Eloise Walker. Girls in need of med-
ical attention were urged to call upon
the Health service at any time.
'Women Medics Increase in Numbers
An unusual increase in the number
of women entering the Medical school
has been noticed this year. There are
14 new women as compared to eight
last year.

IN SHEET MUSIC

Alimendinger' s Music Shop

We Call for and Deliver

Phones 189001891
220 S. State St.

122 East Liberty Street

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