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OFFICIAL BULLETIN

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1920

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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 Bookstores
316 State St. Main St. opp. Court House

the Members of the University:
On account of the important educational conference which will be held
e bn October 14th, 15th and 16th, it has been offcially decided to set
le Thursday, October 14th, as an all-university holiday. The offices of
University will be closed during the forenoon only.
On Friday, October 15th, individual instructors are at liberty to dismiss
ir classes or not as thiy see fit.
M. L. BURTON, President.
the Members of the Faculties and Staff:
On Wednesday, October 13, from 3:30 to 5:30 P. M. and from 7:30 to
0 P. M., the President of the University and Mrs. Burton will be at home
members of the staff, their families, and guests. Owing to the incom-
te address lists of the Faculties and staff, many members, particularly
se who have moved or who are new appointees, have not received cards.
fs earnestly requested that this fact be overlooked.
President and Mrs. Hutchins will receive with President and Mrs. Bur-
. The Dens and their wives will be present during the afternoon or
eing or on both occasions.-
Owing to the possible presence in Ann Arbor next Wednesday of out
town guests, it has seemed desirable to extend the invitation this week
the evening hours. Dress will be informal.
tlee to All Students-Inaugural Session:
The Executive Committee in charge of the Educational Conference upon
a occasion of the inauguration of President Burton on Thursday, Friday,
: Saturday of next week regrets exceedingly that, on account of the lim-
d seating capacity of Hill Auditorium, it will not be possible for the en-
6 student body to attend the inaugural exercises next Thursday morning,
tober 14th. The Committee, however, is very desirous of having a large
mber of students present, and accordingly has allotted 2,500 tickets pro
a to he various schools and colleges. These tickets will be distributed
the registration offices of the several schools and colleges at times to
designated and according to methods to be determined upon by the offi-
s in charge.
It will be necessary for holders of tickets to-occupy their seats as early
possible Thursday morning, and in no case later than 10:20 A. M. It is
o expected that the entire line of march of the official delegates, guests,
I faculties, which will be announced in a few days in these columns,
.1 be flanked by students who have been unable to secure tickets for the
ercises.
The- Daily Official Bulletin should be consulted for further information.
(Signed) EDWARD H KRAUS,
Chairman, Executive Committee.
There will be a meeting of the, Faculty at 4:30 P. M., Tuesday, October
in University Hall (Auditorium), to elect committees and transact other
itine business.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Lege of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students of the College of Literature Science, and the Arts who desire
attend the Inauguration Exercises on Thursday morning, October 14,
st make application at the Registrar's office on Monday, 8 to 12, or 1:30
5. The tickets will then be agiven out at a time to be announced later.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
patment of Education-New Courses:
43. Graduate students and qualified seniors may register with any Pro-
sor in this Department for carrying on individual studies of minor prob-
s for credit ranging from one hour up. The plan of work will be sim-
r to that announced in Education 45a.
A. S. WHITNEY.
the Students of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Students of these colleges who wish to attend the Inauguration of Pres-
nt Burton next Thursday morning should make application for tickets in
office, No. 263 Engineering Building, today or before 5 o'clock, P. M.,
nday, October 11. A selection of the applications will be made by chance,
ecessary, and the list posted on the bulletin boards Tuesday noon. Tick-
not called for by Wednesday, 11 A. M. will be distributed until noon,
spective of the applications.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
lege of Dentistry:
All teachers of dental students are requested to report all absences to
Secretary of the College of Dental Surgery once a week.
MARCUS L. WARD.
All pre-dental students who are taking Latin Y should report to the
retary of the dental college at an early date.
R. W. BUNTING.
tory la:
The lecture section of History 1a, announced for Tuesday and Thurs-
at 2:00 o'clock, will be withdrawn. Students who have enrolled in the
) o'clock section are expected to attend Professor Turner's 10:00 o'clock
ure, Tuesday and Thrsday, in the New Science Auditorium. The Classi-
tion Committee will be in session Saturday morning, from 9:00 till 12:00,
Monday afternoon from 3:00 to 5:00 to make rearrangements of sched-
s necessitated by this change.
C. H. VAN TYNE.
nomies 32:
Lecture at 10 o'clock on Monday, Room 101 Economics Building.
All sections will meet at this time. The original division of sections

h one lecture and two quizzes per week will be followed. See bulletin
rd for assignments to sections. j
C. EDMONDS.
nomics 46 Business Law:
The class will meet in Sections beginning Monday.
The secton assignment will be posted Monday morning.
E. S. WOLAVER.
T LOVELL GIVES WAY TO DORMITORIES UNITED UNDER
RESTAURANT ON STATE ST. ONE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
igh rents were the cause for rip- Helen Newberry residence and Bet-
k out Poet Laureate Ton Lovell's sy Barbour house have been united un-
4kfast room on State street next to,
lkins', as well as the thing that der' one management. Miss Nell M.
e possible the installation of a: Royer who has been business man-
grotto-cafeteria in the location of ger at Helen Newberry residence for
old Baltimore Dairy lunch. C .J. several years will have charge of both
erle, also the proprietor of the dormitories. Miss Royer will live at
de cafeteria, has spent $3,00 in Betsy Barbour house and her assi t-
>deling'and renovating the place ant will live at Helen Newberry.
h will open sometime next week.
. men and women will be accom- Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
ated from 6:30 o'clock to mid- Wahr's University /Book Stores.-Adv.
t and the same food at the same
s will be served as at Mr. Finger- Shop tools and Lab. supplies at
other restaurant. Wahr's University Book Stores.-Adv.

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