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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

iLY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Combine

University Men and

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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1920.

Number 6

Practical

You are assured a cordai welcome, excellent
service and y our money's worth always at
yBookstores
316 State St. Main St. opp. Court House

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ission to Inaugural Session:
The main floor of Hill Auditorium will be reserved for the following
.ps : (a) facultY section of the Academic Procession, (b) the Guard of
or, (c) invited guests, (d) visiting alumni, (e) assistants, and (f) Uni-
ity families and other citizens.
Miss Walter, of Secretary S. W. Smith's office, will distribute tickets,
a application, up to 1,100, beginning Tuesday morning, October 12th.
participating in the Academic Procession will be admitted without

with the

Theoretical

1-

EDWARD H. KRAUS.
Chairman, Executive Committee.

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Students who have registered for positions as Choral Union Ushers
s. 1-111) will please report to Mr. Jt C. Palmer, Hill Auditorium, at
M. sharp, Thursday, Oct. 14th.
W. C. HOLLANDS.
for Guard-Inaugural Procession:
Students in Honor Guard will meet at 4:15 P. M. Monday at Secretary
th's Office, University Hall. It is important that every one be present.
DR. GEORGE A. MAY.
)momies 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.
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.

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MONDAY-TU.?Y_.... .-:~dAY 700 - 830-.o
The S-.lstC e y of the 'Year
A STORY OF COLLEGE LIFE THAT STARTS WITH THE
CRACK OF THE PISTOL AND SPRINTS ALONG FOR SIX
REELS AT A DIZZY PACE

every
College
Student

and is

practically a

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,-outsfor miembership in Masques
M. in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.
freshmen, who are interested in
;ible.

necessity

will be held Wednesday, Oct. 13
All women in the University, in-
play-production and staye craft,

J. RALEIGH NELSON.

to all who are
preparing
to be
LAWYERS,
BUSINESS MEN,

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>ry 1a:
rhe lecture section of history la, announced for Tuesday and Thurs-
at 2:0 o'clock, will be witlldrawn. Students who have enrolled in the
o'clock section are expected to attend Professor Turner's 10:00 o'clock
.re, Tuesday and Thrsday, in the New Science Auditorium. The Classi-
on 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-
necessitated by this change.
C. H. VAN TYNE.
rtment of Education-New Courses:
43. Graduate students and qualified seniors may register with any Pro-
r in this Department for carrying on individual studies of minor prob-
for credit ranging from one hour up. The plan of work will be sim-
to that announced in Education 45a.
A. S. WHITNEY.
he Students of the Colleges of Engineering and Architecture:
Students of these colleges who wish to attend the Inauguration of Pres-
Burton next Thursday morning should make application for tickets in
ffilce, No. -263 Engineering Building, today or before 5 o'clock, P. M.,
lay, October 11. 'A selection of the applications will be made by chance,
cessary, and the list posted on the bulletin boards Tuesday noon. Tick-
not' called for by Wednesday, 11 A. M. will be distributed until noon,
pective of the applications.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
ty and Student Honor Guard:
Definite information regarding the distribution of gowns for the Inau-
I Procession will be made to the Faculty and Student Honor Guard
'esday morning in this column.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH,
Secretary of the University.
oeopathic Medical Students:
['he tickets for the Homoeopathic medical students to the inauguration
ises of President Burnton next Thursday morning may be secured at
Jean's office, Administration Building (Homoeopathic).
Signed W. B. HINSDALE, Dean.
ge of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
Students of the College of Literature Science, and the Arts who desire
tend the Inauguration Exercises on Thursday morning, October 14s
make application at the Registrar's office on Monday, 8 to 12, or 1:30
.The tickets will then be given out at a time to be announced later.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
Psychology 26, Salesmanship, will meet Tuesday and Thursday at 9,
om 205 M. H.
Psychology 27, Business Psychology, will meet Tuesday and Thursday
in room G 217 N. S.
HENRY F. ADAMS.

PRIVATE

THE CHEER LEADER

SECRETARIES

and

RFPORTERS.

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any fellow ever got into a pec
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troubles in big bunches.
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Added to the great college atmosphere is a ripping story

of

adventure in the West and gushers of excitement about a trio

GREGG

of oil crooks.

WHAT'S GOING ON
SU NDAY
O Jewish tudents eongregation
ieeting in Lane hall.
0 - First meeting of Scalp and
31ade club in room 312, Union. Im-
ortant that all members attend.
0 - Student Volunteers meet in
)octor Ideni' class room i L iiv
all.
*-Wesleyan guild meets at Meth-
dist church. Dr. A. W. Stalker
ill speak.
0-Presbyterian C. E. sociey ieets
1 church, parlors. Social half hour
>t 6'o'clock.
0-Prof. W. D. Henderson speaks
,n "The 'Re-discovery of America,"
t tife Presbyterian church.
--Dean Mathews speaks at Meth-
dist church.

ing, literary writing, ana criticism.
meet in Daily staff room, second
floor front, Press building.
4:3J -- Tryouts for Girls' Glee chit)
meet in Miss Kleyn's studio, School
of Music. Voice students in Schsool
of Music eligible.
7:0- Meeting of Classical club in
room B, Alumni hall. Discussion
of plans for the year. All membera
urged to be present.
TUESDAY
6:0O-Sigma Nu alumni dinner, room
133, Union. All unaffiliated Sigma

SHORTHAND,
TYPEWRITING,
BOOKKEEPING,
ACCOUNTING.

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You'll say it's
"going some"
when you see
it! It's chock-
a-block with
real Rex Beach
fup, and tin-
gles with gen-
uine thrills?

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Out of the Ordinary

New Term
October 11

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Special Musical Score by the Arcade Orchestra-
College tunes, and lively melodies fitting the many
moods of this merry photoplay.
Another Stellar Laugh Success
"A N OV E AL L HERO"
For Fun it Takes the Prize

Nus requested to attend.
7:00-Tryouts for UniversityS
phony orchestra, University S
of Music.
7 :45i-Kentucky club meets at
ion.

Sym-
chool

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HAMILTON
BUSINESS
C OLLEGE
State and William St.

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U-NOTICES
Intramural department desires en-
tries for the fall tennis tournament.
Entries may be left at room 3, Press
building or phoned to 2268. Draw-
ings will be made Monday night.

Don't Follow the Crowd- Be There fi

MONDAY
ents interested in read-

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