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Volume I


Number 7

To the.Students:
I cannot refrain from calling your attention in a serious manner to the
very unique advantages which will be offered to you this week by the Edu-
cational Conference to be held here on Thursday and Friday. Speakers of
national reputation are on the program. Each man is there because he has
a right to speak upon the subject assigned to him. The conference will
deal with problems which are of interest to every intelligent citizen and
of vital concern to every person, teacher or student, involved in the proc-
ess of Education. Nothing is more important to this American Democracy
than a sound educational system. Frankly, I am of the impression that
you cannot make a wiser use of your time on Thursday and Friday than
to attend these gatherings just in so far as they do not interfere with your
official duties as university students.
M. L. BURTON, President.
To the Members of the University:
It has seemed wise and necessary to organize a Committee of Appeal
in connection with the Housing Bureau to deal with all questions of dis-
pute which may arise concerning the renting of rooms.
Accordingly the following prsons have been requested to serve as
such a committee:
Colonel Joseph Bursley, Director of the Housing Bureau, Chairman.
Mrs. Emma Yeres.
Mr. James McClintock, '21, Law.
It must be clearly understood by all parties that' this committee exists,
iot merely to protect the interests of this or that group, but just as far
as it is humany possible, to ensure fair dealing and justice to everyone
concerned. It is confidently expected that this committee will make for
mutual understanding and good will.
This Committee of Appeal will meet in Room 302 of the Michigan
Union, between the hours of 2 and 3:30 p. m. on Monday, Wednesday,
'Thursday and Friday.
It should be clearly understood that this' committee has full authority
and that no student is permitted to give up his room without the permission
of the Committee of Appeal.'
Full and hearty co-operation on the part of all who have interests in-
volved will be deeply appreciated.
M. L. BURTON, President.
Inauguration Banquet
The banquet will be held in the Assembly hall at the Michigan Union,
at 7:30 on the evening of Friday, Oct. 15. Places will be provided for del-
egates, for official guests of the University, Ifor wives of delegates and of-
ficial guests, and for hosts and hostesses who are entertaining delegates
and- official guests during their stay in Ann Arbor.
Tickets for delegates and official guests and their wives will be sup-
plied at the time of registration. Tickets for hosts and hostesses will be
mailed to them. The following inforiation is particularly desired by the
Committee and it is requested that hosts will inform me, by telephone at
my office (University 53 M) not later than Tuesday at 5 p. in., in the follow-
ing cases:
1. If the wife of a delegate or official guest is to accompany him.
2. If either the host or hostess will be unable, to attend the banquet.
In the absence of such information places will be provided for the del-
egate or guest and for his host and hostess.
Chairman of'Committee on Banquet.
Inauguration Reception
The Reception will be held in the Alumni Memorial hall at 8:30 on
Thursday evening, Oct. 14. Admission will be by ticket; tickets will be
ma led to new members of the faculty; other members of the faculty will
obtain tickets at the offices of the secretaries of their respective schools
and colleges; alumni will obtain tickets from Secretary Shaw at his office.
Chairman of Committee on Reception.
Student Honor Guard:
Caps and gowns will be distributed in Room 4 (Registrar Hall's of-
fice) University Hall, Wednesday, October 13, from 3 to 5 p. In. All gowns
should be returned immediately after the Inaugural Session.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Members of Faculty:
Gowns for the Faculty in the Academic Procession will be distrib-
uted in Room 203 Tappan Hall, Wednesday, from 3 to 5:30 p. m. and Thurs-
day from 8:30 a. m. until the formation of the procession. It is hoped that
as many as possible of the Faculty will secure their gowns Wednesday
afternoon as this will avoid confusion Thursday morning. All gowns should
be returned by 3 p. m. Thursday.
SHIRLEY W. SMITH, Secretary.
Admission to Inaugural Session:
The main floor of Hill Auditorium will be reserved for the following
groups: (a) faqulty section of the Academic Procession, (b) the Guard of
Honor, (c) invited guests, (d) visiting alumni, (e) assistants, and (f) Uni-
versity families and other citizens.
Miss Walter, of Secretary S. W. Smith's office, will distribute tickets,
upon application, up to 1,100, beginning Tuesday morning, October 12th.
All .participating in the Academic Procession will be admitted without
Chairman, Executive Committee.
Students who have registered for positions as Choral Union Ushers
(Nos. 1-111) will please report to Mr. J. C. Palmer, Hill Auditorium, at
9 A. M. sharp, Thursday, Oct. 14th.
Law Schiool-Distribution of Tickets for Inauguration
About 120 tickets. to the inauguration ceremonies will be available for
distribution among students- in the Law School. Students wishing to ob-

tain tickets should file an application in the Recorder's Office before Tues-
day noon. Tickets will be assigned by lot and distributed Tuesday after-
noon and Wednesday morning.
Graduate School-Tickets for Inauguration
Graduate students who wish tickets for the Inauguration Exercises at
Hill Auditorium on Thursday morning, Oct. 14, may apply at the office of
the Graduate School any time between 1:30 and 5 p. in., on Tuesday, Oct.
12. Only one ticket can be given to each applicant and the School has only
100 tickets to assign. It should be understood that all persons marching
in the Faculty Section of the Academic Procession are admitted without
ALFRED H. LLOYD, Dean of Graduate School.
Pharniacy Students:
Students of the College of Pharmacy who desire to attend the Inaugu-
ration Exercises on Thursday morning should secure an envelope from the
Secretary's Office Room 252. Tickets to be drawn by chance. After Wed-
nesday- noon any remaining tickets will be available on request.
C. C. GLOVER. Secretary.
Dental Students:
All dental students who wish to attend the Convocation exercises
should leave their names in the office of the secretary of the College of
Dental Surgery before noon Tuesday. The tickets for admission will be
distributed Wednesday morning in the same office .
R. W. BUNTING, Secretary.
Mr. Harlow I. Hall and Mr. Samuel D. Harris are requested to call at
the Dean's Office at their earliest opportunity.

Federal Board for Vocational Educa-
All Federal Board wards are re-
quested to report to the Socal Serv-
ice Nurse, representing District Of-
fice No. 8, in Room 202 University
hall, Tuesday and Wednesday, from
8 to 12 and 1 to 5.
F. B. WAHR, Counselor.
Philosophy 17
Philosophy 17, Contemporary Epis-
temology, will meet in room 408 Li-
bray at 8 Monday, Wednesday and
Friday. R. W. SELLARS.
English 24:
English 24 will meet in Room 203
Tapan hall.
The Committe'e on Rooms
Literary Department, will hold of-
fice hours on Tuesday and Wednes-
day at 3.4:10 p. in., room 106, Mason
Graduate School - Loan Fund for
Friends of Alice Freeman Palmer
and the State Federation of Women's
Clubs have established an Alice Free-
man Palmer Loan Fund for the bene-
fit of women regularly enrolled as
graduate students. Applications for
loans may be made to the Dean of the
Graduate School.-
Notice to All 1reshlen of te College
of Literature, Science and the
The first series of Talks to Fresh-
men will be given in the Hill Audi-
torium by PresidentBurton at 4 p. m.
upon the following Mondays: Oct. 18,
Oct. 25, Nov. 1, Nov. 8, Nov. 22.
Attendance upon these talks will
have priority over all other University
engagements. The second series of
talks will be given next semester, of
which due notice will be given. Con-
sult page 144 of the Annual An-
nouncement of this College for the
present year.
Chairman of the Committee.
Barbour Gymnasium:
Every woman student taking re-
quired gymnasium work should pur-
chase a locker ticket at the Treasur-
er's Office and present it to Mrs.
Blackburn in Barbour Gymnasium
before Wednesday noon, Oct. 13.
Because of undue delay at the
Health Service during the past week,
The Blue Front
Cigar Store
Corner of State and Packard
Invest WiselyI
A suit of clothes made to
measure of all-wool material
is the most economical. It
will outwear two poorer ones
and always look like new.
Our prices are reasonable,
our quality high. Prompt
service in alterations.
Albcrt Gansic, Tailor
113 South Main Street
Second Floor

students having appointments for
medical examination are reminded
that these appointments must be kept.
Classes in outdoor work will be-
gin on Monday, Oct. 18. The first
meeting of each class will be held in
Barbour gymnasium.
The University Symphony Orchestra:
Tryouts for the University Sym-
phony Orchestra will be held tonight
and tomorrow night between 7 and
8:30 at the University School of Mu-
sic. Applicants should bring their!
instruments and some music - with
which they are familiar. Freshmen
may try out. Women are eligible.
The new Steongraphy class at the
School of Shorthand, 711 N. Univ. Ave.
will have its first meeting today at
3:00 P. M. Come up at that time if
you are interested.-Adv.

W. B. Orr, an engineer connected
with the Michigan -Highway commis-
sion, having its offices in the Ann Ar-
bor Press building, suffered painful
facial injuries when his machine was
struck by a fast interurban car near
Ypsilanti Monday afternoon.
Orr's faceswas cut in many places
by flying glass and he was rushed by
a passing autoist to the University
Wonfen's League Plans Tea
The Intercollegiate committee of
the Women's league invites all enter-
ing upperclass students to a tea from
3:30 to 5:30 o'clock Wednesday after-
iioon, Oct. 13, at Helen Newberry res-
idence. Senior advisors are asked to
consult the lists posted in Barbour
gymnasium to get the names of .ad-

Extensive plans were discussed for
the coming year at a' meeting of the
Classical club held last night in Me-
morial hall. Arrangements were be-
gun for the opening party of the
club to be held Tuesday evening,
Oct. 26.
It was decided to hold the next
meeting at 7:30 o'clock on Monday
night, Oct. 18. Reports from the va-
rious committees and further plans
will be discussed at that time.
Accident Not Fatal to Girl
Frances Cushing, five years old who
was hit and seriously injured last
Saturday when hit by a taxicab in
front of, the Arcade theater, is doing
well, according to her father, and is
leaving the hospital today. She sus-
tained two broken ribs and several
bruises from the accident.



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